Experience the Winelands from a different perspective, the Wine Drive Safari is a unique three hour trip on our safari-type vehicle, through the 120-hectare Waterford Estate on the beautiful slopes of the Helderberg mountain. This Wine drive experience allows the chance to taste our award-winning Estate wines amongst the vineyards of their origin, and you will be expertly guided through all the aspects of what makes this area so biologically diverse and viticulturally unique.
DURATION: 6-7 hours
HIGHLIGHTS: Stellenbosch, Waterford Estate, Open safari vehicle wine drive.
No visit to Cape Town is complete without sampling our award-winning wines in our beautiful Winelands. On this tour, we escape the city and head north to the mountains and the oak-lined streets of Stellenbosch. This picturesque town with its many historic building is where Pinotage was created. On the Winelands Escape, we visit 3 wine estates that offer different pairings to compliment their wines.
We collect you at your hotel and travel north in an air-conditioned van to the historic town of Stellenbosch. Situated on the Eerste River and at the foot of the Stellenbosch mountain is the Eikestad, named after all the oak trees lined streets. Here we stroll along the oak-lined streets taking in the architecture of this university town. Our first wine stop is Lanzerac Wine Estate to sample South Africa’s signature wine Pinotage.
Lanzerac Wine Estate dates back to 1692 and is steeped in history. The estate is situated in the Jonkershoek Valley on the outskirts of Stellenbosch and boasts dramatic mountain ranges, endless rows of lush vineyards and hectares of gardens shaded by giant oak trees.
Blaauwklippen was one of the first Estates to join the Stellenbosch wine route. The tasting room offers a uniquely South African delicacy, bunny chow, and wine pairing
The Waterford Estate winery offers a relaxing setting where guests can sit and enjoy various tasting options. With the wine cellar built surrounding the courtyard, guests can observe the workings of the winery, and get a true feel for the winemaking process without disrupting the tranquility of their wine and chocolate pairing.
On the Cape Peninsula Tour, we travel all the way around the Mountain, along the cape peninsula, starting along the Atlantic seaboard flanked by the majestic 12 Apostle mountains to Hout Bay, over Chapmans Peak to Cape Point Nature reserve. On to Boulders Beach to see or swim with the African Penguins, a lunch stop in Kalk Bay and a wine tasting in Constantia before returning to Table Bay.
DURATION 7-8 hours
HIGHLIGHTS Chapmans Peak Drive, Cape Point Reserve, Boulders Beach,
Boulders Beach near Simons Town a suburb in Cape Town is home to the largest colony of African Penguins. These penguins only occur in Southern Africa and are listed as endangered. They nest here all year around. Boulders Beach is accessible to bathers, so make your trip unforgettable and swim with the penguins.
PRICE R1850.00pp(2Pax min)
HIGHLIGHTS Kalk Bay, Boulders Beach, Simons Town, Cape Point Vineyards
Our iconic symbol, table mountain is one of the New 7 wonders of Nature and forms part of the Table Mountain National Park. Visitors have the option of cable car or hiking up the mountain. If the weather permits the hike up Plattekloof Gorge is a comfortable 2 hours hike. The views up are spectacular and the views spectacular.
Gansbaai is known as the Great White Shark capital of the world and is only a two and a half hour scenic drive from Cape Town. It is here that Great White Shark Tours will make your dreams of diving with these magnificent creatures come true!
PRICE R2950.00pp (2pax min)
HIGHLIGHT Hermanus, Gansbaai, Betties Bay, Great White Sharks
Franschhoek is just over an hour out of Cape Town. The fertile valley has three centuries of wine-growing experience and is renown for her culinary delights. Book a private tour with a registered tourist guide and make sure you don’t miss out on all Franschhoek has to offer.
A beautiful Day in July afforded us the opportunity to climb Lions Head with stunning views of the harbor and Table mountain. 20 degs in winter with a slight breeze made a memorable start to our tour. Continue reading “Lions Head and Horse back trail”