TOURS - A smorgesboard of tasteful tours...

Cape Peninsula

Travel along the spectacular coastline of the Peninsula through charming historical villages. Visit the mythical meeting place of the two great oceans and experience the “Fairest Cape”. 


First time visitors to South Africa and Cape Town can enjoy a guided trip to Cape Of Good Hope and the most south-westerly tip of Africa.

The highlights include:

  • A visit to a seal colony by boat in Hout Bay (optional)

  • The famous Chapman’s Peak Drive and its splendid views

  • Noordhoek Village

  • The Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point

  • The Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach (optional)

  • Light lunch (for clients own account)

Winelands

Known as the “Nectar of the Gods Tour” allow us to take you on a breathtaking journey through the Winelands of the Cape. Witness the wine making process during the picking season (Feb/March), from the vineyard to the bottle & visit the historical towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Included in this tour is a quick walk-about Stellenbosch & Franschhoek.

The highlights of this tour include:

  • Visit the towns of Stellenbosch & Franschhoek

  • Wine tasting at three Estates

  • Alfresco meal in Franschhoek (clients own account)

  • Stock up on wine for your collection

  • Drive past the prison gates where Nelson Mandela was released from (optional)

Hermanus & Whale Watching

Enjoy a scenic coastal drive along Clarence Drive and experience the majestic beauty of the southern Right Whales basking in the warmer waters off the Hermanus coastline (during the Whale Season - July to November). An adult whale can weigh the equivalent of 11 Elephants and consumes 1,500 kg of food a day and a fully grown female can weigh up to 80 tonnes.

The highlights of this tour include:

  • Gordon’s Bay & Betty’s Bay along Clarence Drive

  • The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

  • Stoney Point & Eco Centre (African Penguin Breeding Colony one of two mainland sites)

  • Hermanus Walk (wander through the seaside town)

  • Land based whale viewing (seasonal)

  • Light Lunch (clients own account)

Cape Agulhas - southern most tip of Africa

Standing at the southern most tip of the African continent, straddling the two oceans (the Indian & Atlantic) is one of the most unique opportunities in life. This tour takes us from Cape Town to the small hamlet town of Napier, with quaint art studios, coffee shops and old houses. Then onto the town of Bredasdorp, which 

was founded in 1838 and was named after Michael van Breda. Cape Agulhas is the official southernmost tip of Africa and here one can take a photograph at the historical point.


Highlights of this tour include:

  • Ships museum in Bredasdorp & L’Agulhas

  • Southern most tip of SA & the Lighthouse

BIG-5 Day Safari 

Seeing our game whilst in South Africa is essential and if you are not travelling to one of the big game reserves such as Kruger National Park, then our Big-5 game safaris are perfect. When in Cape Town you will be within easy reach of Fairy Glen, Aquila, Inverdoorn, Buffelsfontein, Sanbona Private Game Reserves, even Garden Route Game Lodge or Bottleirskop are firm favorites.

Our pick of the tours include:

  • Aquila - Full Day Safari includes breakfast, buffet lunch and 2-3 hour safari (Prices on request)

  • Fairy Glen - Full Day Safari includes breakfast, buffet lunch and 2-3 hour safari (Prices on request)

  • Inverdoorn - Full Day Safari includes welcome drink, 2-3 hour safari & cheetah encounter, buffet lunch (Prices on request)

Longer Overnight tours . . . 

  • The Garden Route - (Tuinroete in Afrikaans) is a popular and scenic stretch of the south-eastern coast of South Africa. Based in Knysna, we also visit the beautiful Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve and Storms River Mouth.

  • Addo Elephant National Park - Malaria-Free & sanctuary to over 450 Elephants, Lion, Cape buffalo, Black Rhino, a huge variety of bird life,

as well as the unique flightless Dung Beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo.

  • Ostrich Capital - Cape Route 62 is the tourist route in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa, that meanders between Cape Town and Oudtshoorn. Cape Route 62 will take you along the longest wine route in the Western Cape and most likely the whole world.