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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

From USD
$69.93

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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Cape Town City Tour And Table Mountain

Cape Town City Tour And Table Mountain - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 7 to 10 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

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$121.35

The tour commences with a cable car ride and walk on top of one of the seven natural wonders namely: Table Mountain (weather permitting). Capture a panoramic view of the Cape of Good Hope peninsula, the “Mother City” and Table Bay.  Afterwards walk leisurely through the “Company Gardens” down below, and a visit the South African Museum ... More info ›

The tour commences with a cable car ride and walk on top of one of the seven natural wonders namely: Table Mountain (weather permitting). Capture a panoramic view of the Cape of Good Hope peninsula, the “Mother City” and Table Bay.  Afterwards walk leisurely through the “Company Gardens” down below, and a visit the South African Museum. This is followed by a visit to the Castle of Good Hope (VOC fort). Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station. The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.

The drive through the city centre would also take you past the Houses of Parliament, the Grand Parade and City Hall from where Nelson Mandela first addressed South Africans after his release in February 1990. Gain insight into this historical City that played host to various sea-fairing nations and learn how it has shaped this modern day democracy.

9.00 - 10.30 am 

  • Take a trip up the Cable way to the top of Table Mountain,.On top there are spectacular views and refreshments avail;able to purchase

10.45 - 12.00 am  
  • Visit the Company Gardens and the South African Museum, gain insight into this cities ancient history, European settlement, and how the shaped a nation and the world

12.30 - 13.30 pm  
  • An opportunity for a lunch break is provided in the heart of the City

14.00 - 15.00 pm  
  • Visit the oldest surviving European settlement building in South Africa, learn about its significance and the theater of power it portrayed over the past 350 years

15.15 - 16.30 pm  
  • Take a walk through some of the cities landmarks, pass the City Hall, South African Post office and Grand Parade, before driving past the house of parliament and other historical places of interest.

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Atlantic Seaboard Activities

Atlantic Seaboard Activities - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 7 to 9 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$227.37

Cape Town's “Must See and Do” along the Atlantic Seaboard will leave you reinvigorated, cycle along the Seapoint promenade with your guide leading the route. Thereafter enjoy a tour through the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with fresh insight into its history and relevance while enjoying the hive of activity, of street artists and musicians ... More info ›

Cape Town's “Must See and Do” along the Atlantic Seaboard will leave you reinvigorated, cycle along the Seapoint promenade with your guide leading the route. Thereafter enjoy a tour through the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with fresh insight into its history and relevance while enjoying the hive of activity, of street artists and musicians. In the heart of all of this spin around in the Cape Wheel overlooking the old harbour. Catch a view of some of the local seals swimming in the bay while you make your way through artisan stores and markets enjoying a lunch break.  Thereafter continue your tour in the V&A and move on to the 2 Oceans Aquarium. Here you’ll be immersed in a world leading underworld wonder showcasing the endemic sea-life. Change your perspective and take to the air with Cape Town Helicopters from the V&A to Houtbay.

9.00 - 10.00 am 

  • Cycle along the Seapoint Promenade enjoying the fresh sea-spray and morning sun

10.15 - 11.15 am 
  • Tour through the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront learning its historical significance and success connecting the past with the present, while enjoying a spin on the 40m high Cape Wheel. Continue your tour through the V&A prior to an opportunity to lunch

12.00 - 13.00 pm 
  • Enjoy a lunch break at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront while visiting the its design and artistic collectives 

13.30 - 14.30 pm 
  • Visit the 2 Oceans aquarium that showcasing some South Africa's endemic fish species from the oceans surrounding its shores.

15.00 - 16.00 pm
  • Take an aerial view of the Atlantic Seaboard from the V&A to Houtbay and back with Cape Town Helicopters

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Cape Point, Boulders Beach(Penguins) And Kirstenbosch Gardens

Cape Point, Boulders Beach(Penguins) And Kirstenbosch Gardens - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 7 to 9 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$116.55

Travel over the breathtaking Chapman’s Peak, not far from some of the biggest waves surfed, pass Long-beach en route to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Here two of the worlds greatest currents converge, making for a unique biosphere of fauna and flora ... More info ›

Travel over the breathtaking Chapman’s Peak, not far from some of the biggest waves surfed, pass Long-beach en route to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Here two of the worlds greatest currents converge, making for a unique biosphere of fauna and flora. Lookout for some of infamous Chacma Baboon troops that forage the landscape.

Go on to historical Simon’s Town, home to the South African Navy. This Town is a tapestry of Victorian architecture . Here you will encounter close-up at the Boulders Penguin Colony, a conservation effort dedicated to the local and vulnerable African Penguin, set between huge granite rock clusters and aquamarine water. An opportunity for lunch would be presented close by

Thereafter visit Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, the garden set against the majestic slopes of Table Mountain and exhibits five of South Africa’s seven different biomes endemic species.

9.00 - 10.00 am 

  • Drive along the Atlantic coastline passed the 12 Apostle mountains en route to Hout Bay where you will make a stop at this local fishing community harbour.

10.30 - 12.00 am 
  • Visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, gain a historical understanding of its significance and natural splendour

12.30 - 13.30 pm 
  • Visit boulders beach, to see the only Endemic African Penguin a tourist highlight that is one of the most photographed places on earth

13.30 - 14.30 pm 
  • Enjoy an opportunity for lunch, along the Victorian Era styled Southern suburbs

15.15 - 16.30 pm 
  • Take a walking tour through the Kirstenbosch gardens, gain an understanding of the history of this area and unique collection

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Winelands Tour (Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Paarl)

Winelands Tour (Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Paarl) - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 7 to 9 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$116.55

Explore one of the worlds leading wine production regions, with majestic landscapes and vineyards stretching for miles. Your local guide will provide insight into the history of the region, and highlight some of the places of interest.  A wine tasting will be suggested by the guide on one of leading wine farms ... More info ›

Explore one of the worlds leading wine production regions, with majestic landscapes and vineyards stretching for miles. Your local guide will provide insight into the history of the region, and highlight some of the places of interest.  A wine tasting will be suggested by the guide on one of leading wine farms. This region includes several towns such as Stellenbosch founded by the first governor of the Cape in 1679, Paarl which was settled by Europeans in 1687, as well as Franschoek (French Corner in Dutch) which was settled by French Hugeunots (Protestant reformers), that left France under persecution.  Their French farm names still remain to this day.  An opportunity to lunch in one of these towns will be provided.  Leisurely walk with your guide through the streets of one of these towns, taking an opportunity to enjoy lunch from one of the many world class restaurants available.

9.00 - 9.30 am 

  • Make your way to Paarl while your guide provides a background to the Cape Winelands region
09.45 -10.30 am
  • Visit the Taal Monument, learn of the "Kaapse" language that is modern day Afrikaans
10.45 - 11.45 pm
  • Visit one of the leading wine producers KWV's cellar for a tour and wine tasting 
12.00 - 13.00 pm 
  • Opportunity for lunch at one of the local wine farms
13.30 -14.30 pm 
  • Visit the Franschoek Region, and learn about the French Huguenot's contribution to wine making, and their involvement in the  development of modern day South Africa
15:00 - 16.00 pm
  • Finish the days touring to a visit at the Stellenbosch Museum, a period time capsule showcasing early settlers houses and later colonial influence

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Constantia Vineyards Tour

Constantia Vineyards Tour - Cape Town, South Africa

Duration: 7 to 9 hrs
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$116.55

Visit the Constantia wine region originally occupied by the first Governor of the Cape, gain insight into its past and historical significance.  Learn the unique stories and fables that have been told over centuries.  This region known for its sweet wine production is the oldest established wine farming region in South Africa.  Tour through Groot Constantia, visiting the oldest Manor House in the region dating back to 1685 and old cellar built in 1791, which houses various artifacts and old equipment portraying the timeline of the Cape.  Enjoy a wine tasting followed by an opportunity for lunch in the Constantia region. Move on to the final stop at the Steenberg Estate and tour the state-of-the-art cellar, completed in 1996 ... More info ›

Visit the Constantia wine region originally occupied by the first Governor of the Cape, gain insight into its past and historical significance.  Learn the unique stories and fables that have been told over centuries.  This region known for its sweet wine production is the oldest established wine farming region in South Africa.  Tour through Groot Constantia, visiting the oldest Manor House in the region dating back to 1685 and old cellar built in 1791, which houses various artifacts and old equipment portraying the timeline of the Cape.  Enjoy a wine tasting followed by an opportunity for lunch in the Constantia region. Move on to the final stop at the Steenberg Estate and tour the state-of-the-art cellar, completed in 1996. With the capacity to produce around 70,000 cases, the cellar also boasts a unique vinoteque. Upon conclusion of the tour, travel via Ou Kaapse Weg and the Atlantic Seaboard back to the city.

9.00 - 10.00 am 

  • Visit the historical region of Constantia, learning about its history and unique stories that have captivated people for centuries.  Your first stop takes you to Klein Constantia known globally for its Vin de Constance 

10.15 - 11.30 am 
  • Visit the original homestead of the first Governor of the Cape at Groot Constantia. Tour the Manor house of 1685 and the old cellar showcasing many historical artifacts, laid out across a timeline of the Cape. Enjoy a wine tasting of white, red and desert wines that were popular with royalty and heads of states for centuries.

12.00 - 13.00 pm 
  • Enjoy a lunch break at a suggested venue in the Constantia region

13.30 - 14.30 pm 
  • Visit the acclaimed Steenberg wine farm, enjoy their unique variety of wines including some of method cap de classique.  Learn of  unique stories of pioneering woman of the past including that of Catharina Michelse.

15.00 - 16.00 pm 
  • Drive over the Ou Kaapse Weg pass back along the Atlantic seaboard, your guide providing rich stories of the past and insight into this regions uniqueness

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