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Private Tour: Cape Point and Constantia Valley Wine Region from Cape Town

Private Tour: Cape Point and Constantia Valley Wine Region from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

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$68.89

See the best of the Cape Peninsula on a private day trip from Cape Town! Sit back and relax as your attentive guide drives you along Chapman’s Peak Drive, a spectacular marine road, to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. After walking around these stunning sites, head to Boulders Beach to penguin spot at leisure, and then finish with a wine-tasting session and tour at the Groot Constantia wine estate in Constantia Valley.

Meet your friendly private guide in Cape Town and head west by air-conditioned minivan, traveling along one of the world’s must-do routes -- Chapman’s Peak Drive ... More info ›

See the best of the Cape Peninsula on a private day trip from Cape Town! Sit back and relax as your attentive guide drives you along Chapman’s Peak Drive, a spectacular marine road, to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. After walking around these stunning sites, head to Boulders Beach to penguin spot at leisure, and then finish with a wine-tasting session and tour at the Groot Constantia wine estate in Constantia Valley.

Meet your friendly private guide in Cape Town and head west by air-conditioned minivan, traveling along one of the world’s must-do routes -- Chapman’s Peak Drive. Wrapping itself around the Cape Peninsula, this cliff-hugging pass cuts into the mountainside, with sheer drops down to the crashing ocean waves below. Hair-raising to drive yourself, Chapman’s Peak is far better to experience as a passenger, offering some of the most indescribably scenic views that you’ll probably ever see.

After approximately 30 minutes, arrive at the Cape of Good Hope Reserve, part of Table Mountain National Park, for a leisurely walk with your guide. Following craggy stone paths along the headland, wander over to the Cape Point lighthouse to see the wild Atlantic waves lapping on the cliffs.

Continue to Cape Point, the narrow finger of land that marks South Africa’s southeastern tip, and with your guide walk through the beautiful Cape Point Nature Reserve. Keep an eye out for the wildlife that roams free along the coastal paths, like Ostrich, Antelope and lizards, to name a few!

Hop back on board your luxury minivan and relax on the journey north to Constantia Valley, known as Cape Town’s vineyard. On the way, pass the beach resorts of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay, as well as picture-perfect villages like St James and Simon’s Town.

Stop at Boulders Beach, famously home to a large colony of African penguins, to have a look around independently. Entrance to the penguin reserve is at your own expense, but the free walkways next to the reserve also offer great viewing platforms for seeing them.

Arriving in Constantia Valley in the late afternoon, head straight to Groot Constantia -- a historical wine estate that was founded in 1685. As fine as it is old, the estate is a joy to explore and you’ll do just that on a group tour of its fascinating wine cellars. End your tour on a high note with a wine-tasting session before returning to Cape Town.

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Private Tour: Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point from Cape Town

Private Tour: Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$139.17

Your Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point tour will be strictly private and flexible with time. Tour departs from your hotel at your convenience in a private vehicle ... More info ›

Your Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point tour will be strictly private and flexible with time. Tour departs from your hotel at your convenience in a private vehicle. Included in your tour are refreshment on boards, free WiFi and entrance fees to all activities.

Cape of Good Hope is the most South-Western Point of Africa. It is the meeting place of the two currents, the Cold Benguela and the Warm Agulhas Currents. As your itinerary is flexible, allow your guide to assist in making your holiday memories of this magnificent land. This Tour could last a minimum of 4 hours and maximum 8 hours. All entrance fees are included as follows : Toll fee R42,Seals Island, Penguins Colony and Cape Point.

All Tours depart from your hotel/guesthouse at your own flexible time ( recommend to depart between 9am and 1pm). The tour will go along the following route, whereby your qualified South African flag badge tourist guide, will make sure that no stone will not be left unturned.

Below you will find a sample itinerary, please note that this is just a guideline. Frequent stops during this tour are allowed based on the guests needs.
Capturing a photo, appreciating the unmatched nature, or stopping for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. Why not enjoy lunch (own expense). Sample Route/Tour: Waterfront, Mouille Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton, Maiden Cove (A stop here for photos is recommended), Camps Bay Beach, L’landadno (known also as the Millionaire's Paradise) and Hout Bay. Optional stops: 1. World of birds 2. Seals Island boat trip which lasts one hour for the round trip - weather permitting 3. Browse the African Crafts/Gifts and Souvenirs).
Your journey will continue along the majestic, breathtaking scenic Road known as “Chapman’s Peak Drive (stop for photos). For coffee lovers, a quick stop at Noordhoek Village will be granted or even a light lunch. For the White wine lovers, a quick stop at Cape Point Vineyards will be granted to taste some of the best Cultivars South Africa has to offer. Nothing beats their Sauvignon Blanc (own expense).

The tour will carry on to Simon’s Town, which is the South African Naval Base. Then carry on to Boulders Beach where you will have time to watch the African Penguins. Cape Town and her surrounding coastline offers visitor some wonderful beaches, but none are more interesting or more beautiful than Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s Town. This beach, with its wind sheltered bays and safe sandy shores, is home to a breeding colony of over 2000 endangered African Penguins. Our final Destination will be the Cape of Goodhope Nature Reserve. Here you will explore the Dias Beacon or the light house could be explored using the Funicular or enjoy a quick hike.

Return To Cape Town via Muizenberg. Time permitting, a quick stop at South Africa's oldest winery (Groot Constantia founded in 1685) for a scenic drive and wine testing (own expense). Kindly ask your tour guide to recommend a restaurant based on your appetite (own expense).

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Full-Day Private Tour of Cape Agulhas from Cape Town

Full-Day Private Tour of Cape Agulhas from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: Flexible
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$365.31

Cape Agulhas tours from Cape Town, is a private tour which will give you an opportunity to explore the meeting place of the two Oceans, Indian and Atlantic, at the southernmost tip of Africa. Admire the beauty of mother nature, and discover what makes our coastline a unique one.

Embark on a full private Cape Agulhas tours from Cape Town and explore the power and beauty of the mother nature ... More info ›

Cape Agulhas tours from Cape Town, is a private tour which will give you an opportunity to explore the meeting place of the two Oceans, Indian and Atlantic, at the southernmost tip of Africa. Admire the beauty of mother nature, and discover what makes our coastline a unique one.

Embark on a full private Cape Agulhas tours from Cape Town and explore the power and beauty of the mother nature. This is a tour of its own kind with itineraries carefully selected by top tours guides, to give you the opportunity to discover the southernmost tip of Africa.
Here you will walk on the pathway which will take you to the official meeting point of the two Oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans. You will have also the opportunity to fully explore one of the oldest lighthouses in South Africa.

This Tour to Cape Agulhas is a unique way of spending a much appreciated day during your Cape Town holidays. The route is home to some top white wine producers in South Africa. Not only is the most southern point of Africa on the itinerary, but some wineries as well, such as Raka, The Bario etc. There will be a land-based whale watching stop, as well as shopping on the card in Hermanus (seasonal July-November). On this private tour, guests are allowed to customize their own itineraries.

A stop at Stony Point for watching one of the biggest colony of African Penguins will be also on the things to do. A stop at Harold Porter National Botanical Garden will be advisable, it is a beauty not to miss. Travelling will be on the scenic and breathtaking Route 44, and return to Cape Town via the Mountainous scenic National Road known as the N2.

A typical itinerary looks like:

  • Depart from your Hotel (Time/Flexible)
  • Stop at the Cheetah outreach / Somerset West
  • Drive along the breathtaking Route 44
  • Stop at Harold Porter National Botanical Garden
  • Full African Penguins experience at Stony point
  • Visit at Arabella golf course (optional)
  • Lunch at Newton Johnson Restaurant ( Top award winning winery, top Restaurant) and wines tasting
  • Land-based whale watching in Hermanus
  • Stop at Raka Winery for wines tasting(optional)
  • Drive through Elim
  • Stop at the Berrio for third wines tasting (optional)
  • Drive to Cape Agulhas and explore the second oldest lighthouse in South Africa.
  • Walk the wooden board walk to the official meeting of the two Oceans
  • Discover Africa and its endless beauty
  • Return to Cape Town by exploring lots of small Towns via N2
  • Drop-off at your Hotel

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Whale Watching and Hermanus Wine Route: Private Guided Day Tour from Cape Town

Whale Watching and Hermanus Wine Route: Private Guided Day Tour from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

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$182.65

Embark on a private whale watching tour including hotel-pick up from anywhere in Cape Town and travel to the town of Hermanus, one of the best places in South Africa to view the majestic Southernright Whales between the the months of June to mid  December. The private tour from Cape Town along the coast on the Cape Whale Route is a peaceful experience, with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and mountains.

This is a private tour which includes a private vehicle for you and your family/friends with your own private Tour guide/Driver ... More info ›

Embark on a private whale watching tour including hotel-pick up from anywhere in Cape Town and travel to the town of Hermanus, one of the best places in South Africa to view the majestic Southernright Whales between the the months of June to mid  December. The private tour from Cape Town along the coast on the Cape Whale Route is a peaceful experience, with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and mountains.

This is a private tour which includes a private vehicle for you and your family/friends with your own private Tour guide/Driver. It is not a shared transport tour and does not include guests from other establishments. So you will have your own luxury vehicle and a personal qualified tour guide/Driver. This Cape Whale Route gives you a massive amount of options when it comes to exploring the Western Cape beyond Cape Town. You are also able to customize your own itinerary under the guidance of their knowledgeable Tour Guide/Driver, but there's also a recommended itinerary for you just in case.

You will be collected from your accommodation at the agreed time and embark on a journey to the Whale watching capital of South Africa that is Hermanus. Along this private whale watching and Hermanus wine tour, you will drive on the N2 through small towns  of Grabouw and Elgin, the apple growing region in South Africa until we reach Hermanus for the boat-based whale watching experience. Here you will spend 2 to 3 hours on the water for an encounter with these majestic creatures. The southernright whales can be encountered as close as 50 meters. These whales which in size each equal up to ten African Elephants, normally approach the boat for a closer look. You will begin the tour with a briefing by a whale specialist site guide whilst we are still on land. We then head off to the boat and set sail towards the whales. Light refreshments will be served on the boat and the site guide will make sure that you take enough photos. You will not only encounter the whales, but will also leave having gained extensive knowledge from the site guide about these large sea creatures. There is also a Translator on board the boat.

After the private whale watching tour, you will journey back towards Cape Town, but not before a stop at 2 wine estates namely Newton-Johnson and Hamilton Russell. Creation Wine Estate is highly recommended for a food and wine pairing lunch.

Next you will proceed to Stoney Point to see the Penguins colony. This is one of the biggest African penguins colonies. Here you will enjoy taking photos to the penguins. Ever wondered how Penguins survive in South Africa? Well, its because they are African Penguins. After the penguins you will travel back to Cape Town via the scenic  Route 44 and see for yourselves what make the African coastline unique from the rest of the world.

You will be dropped off at your accommodation at the end of the tour.

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Cape Town City and Constantia Wine Route Private Day Tour

Cape Town City and Constantia Wine Route Private Day Tour - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$243.54

This full-day private tour lets you see Cape Town's major historical buildings, the botanical gardens, beaches, Table Mountain, Signal Hill, and taste wine in the countryside beyond. Lunch and three wine tastings are included.

You will be collected at the agreed time and begin the full day (max ... More info ›

This full-day private tour lets you see Cape Town's major historical buildings, the botanical gardens, beaches, Table Mountain, Signal Hill, and taste wine in the countryside beyond. Lunch and three wine tastings are included.

You will be collected at the agreed time and begin the full day (max. six people) private walking and driving Cape Town city tour. With the mountains on one side and the ocean on the other, Cape Town is a stunning city bursting with life. Explore Adderley Street in the heart of the city. See some exciting historical buildings which are stalwarts of the city’s culture and history, including the Batholomew Dias Monument, the Jan Van Riebeek Monument, the Zacharias Waganaer Water Reservoir, the Cape Castle, City Hall where the former president and the Father of the nation, Nelson Mandela, delivered his first speech, the Slave Lodge, The Company Gardens and Greenmarket Square.

From there, you will visit Jewel of Africa experts to discover the alluring secrets of diamonds and the mysterious rare, blue Tanzanite gemstone. At jewel Africa, you'll learn from highly skilled and experienced staff about every aspect of mining, manufacturing, and buying precious stones.

After this fascinating experience, we continue exploring the beautiful "Mother City," visiting the colorful houses in Bo-Kaap, the Noon Gun, take a cable car up Table Mountain, and see Signal Hill, Camps Bay and Chapman’s Peak.

From there you will stop for a cup of coffee in Noordhoek before proceeding to Cape Point vineyard for your first wine tasting. Some of South Africa's best Sauvignon Blanc wines are produced here amid stunning mountain and sea views. You will drive through the Old Cape Road down to Steenberg Wine Estate, where you will stop for your second wine tasting. Lunch is at the Foodbarn Restaurant in Noordhoek offering creative cuisine with global influences and wine pairings. After lunch, you'll visit the country's oldest winery — Groot Constantia. This winery will also host your third wine tasting for the day. Thereafter, you will proceed to the sprawling, lush Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens at the base of Table Mountain for a guided tour (time permitting).

Around dinnertime, you will be dropped off at your hotel, guesthouse, or a place of your choice within Cape Town.

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Private Tour: Cape Winelands Tour from Cape Town

 Private Tour: Cape Winelands Tour from Cape Town  - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: Flexible
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$130.47

The tour can cover the following regions/routes: Constantia wine route, Stellenbosch wine route, Paarl wine route or Franshoek wine route. Other South African wine routes can be requested by guests, wishing to explore them.

You are given a choice of 5 wineries to chose from a list of about 200 wineries ... More info ›

The tour can cover the following regions/routes: Constantia wine route, Stellenbosch wine route, Paarl wine route or Franshoek wine route. Other South African wine routes can be requested by guests, wishing to explore them.

You are given a choice of 5 wineries to chose from a list of about 200 wineries. The wine farms are carefully selected based on the wines advocate by Robert Parker rating system, and the latest yearly platters book. Different people enjoy different wines, therefore you can arrange through the supplier, and based on their experience, will give you the choice. A list of top restaurant to choose from is always available with your driver/guide. Your guide will strive to make your tour a most memorable one. 

A typical itinerary would look like this:
Begin your day with a pickup from your Cape Town accommodations. Travel along the N2 to your first winery, De Morgenzon. There, you will taste 3 different delectable wines with your group. Afterwards, take a historical tour of Stellenbosch as your guide gives you the background of this charming town. Next, head to the Marianne winery where you will enjoy a wine pairing of 6 wines with Biltong, a dried meat similar to beef jerky. Make a trip to the Fairview Winery and enjoy 6 wine tastings with cheese. Drive through the prison that held Nelson Mandela, formerly known as Victor Verster. The guide will stop so you may take photos in this legendary area. Next, head out to Franschhoek and do a brief exploration of the town, including shopping and eating in the local restaurants. Then, taste 6 wines at Mount Rochelle, a winery owned by Sir Richard Branson before tasting another 3 at the Delaire Graff Winery, owned by Laurence Graff. Return to Cape Town at the end of your tour.

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