2-Day Private Cape of Good Hope Wineries T/Mountain Price per car/group Tour
- Visit the Cape of Good Hope or Table Mountain
- Explore the various wineries and savour the taste of exclusive wines
This is a unique tour which combines two of the most popular tours in Cape Town. It is a flexible tour which means travellers have the liberty to decide their own itinerary. Travellers can decide to start with Table Mountain or Cape of Good Hope, depending on the weather or their tastes. Travellers develop a personal relationship with their guide over a two-day period. It is also a tour for those who are not comfortable with crowds. They can enjoy the best of the Cape in privacy as a familiar group of friends, relatives, workmates or just a family outing. Decisions are made instantly without having to consult anyone but with the guidance of our experienced guide. This 2-day tour combines sightseeing, nature and outdoor activities. There is history, food, and wine and not to mention the amazing coastal views. It takes travellers through some of the most expensive residential areas. It takes travellers to one of the New 7 wonders of Nature and one of the most historic locations in Africa.
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- Cape of Good Hope Cape Point Seals and the Penguins.
- Travellers will see the expensive residential area of Clifton and the beaches. Drive through some of the most expensive properties in Africa. The beautiful beach dived into 4 from number 1 to beach number 4. One of the blue flag beaches in Cape Town for a very long time.
- Drop off at the most popular beach in Cape Town. Take amazing photos of this expensive residential area with the backdrop of the 12 Apostles range of mountains. Take great photos of Table Mountain from the back. This beach has pure white sand, amazing coffee shops, restaurants, bars and 2 hotels. Explore this place popularly known as "The place of the rich and famous". Take in some cool ocean breeze. At times the misty adds to the beauty of this natural beach.
- Come face to face with this amazing coastal village with a blue flag beach. It is home to international celebrities and the only beach for the nude community in Cape Town. This picturesque village is set on the slopes of Little Lion's head and huge boulders in front. A place named after a village with the same scenic view in Wales.
- Take a walk around this quaint village harbour. Take a 45-minute ferry to Seal Island, where you encounter over 4 000 seals covering the rocky surfaces. Get the feel of the biggest fishing industry in Cape Town. Visit the fresh fish processing factory at the harbour. Do some shopping for the amazing African art and craft. Before you leave, grab a cup of coffee.
- Stop at the several photos stops for amazing selfies and pictures. Learn the history of this scenic drive. In winter - look out for pairs of whales gliding along the coast. Explore this architectural feat with 114 curves. A scenic drive which was hand-crafted without any of the modern construction equipment. The views as you drive through this scenic drive are simply jaw-dropping. As you come to the end of this scenic drive, you are welcomed by a beautiful pure white sand beach - "The Long Beach". At times you can see beachgoers riding horses up and down this blue-flag beach. Purely unspoiled beach.
- Take a walk on this farm set on the foot of the Klass Japies Berg, an outstanding location on the entrance to Cape Point. Buy a small pack of pellets and feed the ostriches from your hand. Get up close and take great pics with the largest bird on the planet. Take a walk in the Ostrich farm shop and indulge in shopping for exquisite ostrich products. These are top-quality products, some of which are hand-crafted with the second-strongest leather.
- Take the funicular to the lighthouse station. Hike up the 62 steps to the lighthouse. Take great pictures from the top with the peninsular in the background. View the unspoiled Diaz Beach. Breathe the freshest air in the world. Lookout for the Bellows Rock, which crushed The Lusitania on the 20th of April, 1911. Look out for the second lighthouse built between 1913 and 1919. Explore this nature reserve with lively wild animals that includes the African Baboon, Wild beast, the Bontebok, Zebras and Dassy, among others. There are wild ostriches also and a wide range of critters. This is also home to 250 bird species that include seagulls, eagles, Cape Sugarbirds and sunbirds. Take a 45-minute hike from Cape Point to Cape of Good Hope, the most South Western tip of the Continent. Explore the vast array of the fynbos vegetation, which also includes the proteas. Look out for the bunkers used by the British during the Second World War. Weather permitting, this is also a popular site for kite surfing and fishing. Seals are also a dominant part of marine life.
- Explore this settlement which is one of the oldest in South Africa. Rich in history, as depicted by several museums in the town. Look out for the warships - The Frigates and the Submarines, which are part of the South African Navy. Lookout for the fishing boats and shark diving boats. Explore this historical town with historical buildings now declared a national heritage site. Do some shopping for African art and craft from the stalls available. Look out for the statue of Able Seaman-Just Nuisance, the only dog to be officially listed in the Royal Navy.
- Explore this amazing colony of more than 2 000 penguins. Take a walk on the boardwalk to Foxy Beach and get up close to this pursuit diver. See how they dive into the water as they feed on fish and squids. Time permitting, you can dive into the water, and swim with these lovable birds on Boulder's beach. Look out for their home - The Borough and some which are man-made.
- Drive by one of the most dangerous prisons in the world. A prison home to some of Cape Town Gangsters. It is also the former prison of Nelson Mandela, where he spent part of his 27 years imprisonment.
- Drive by one of the most historic and expensive residential areas of Cape Town. Take a look of the beautiful wineries at the foot of the Constantia Hills. Learn about the first production of wine in South Africa by the first Governor of the Cape. Learn about the most popular and the most visited winery in South Africa.
- Drive by the university is currently rated number 1 in Africa. At the foot of Table Mountain overlooking the South African President's official residence. Learn about the history of Cecil John Rhodes, who donated the land on which this university is located.
- Drive by this historic and world-famous hospital. Site of the first-ever human heart transplant in 1967 by Dr Christiaan Barnard. The biggest hospital in the Western Cape Province. Currently used by the University of Cape Town as a medical school.
- Table Mountain
- Visit one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature inaugurated in 2012. Take a 3-minute rotating Cable Car ride to the top of this iconic landmark. From the top, travellers can have an almost 360 degrees view of the City of Cape Town. The amazing views include the blue flag beaches, the V & A Waterfront shopping mall, Robben Island, the city and the outstanding Cape Town Stadium. Travellers have a great photo opportunity here as there are countless photo locations with attractive backgrounds which vary by choice, from the dramatic mountains, the blue ocean, the beaches and the fynbos vegetation in the surroundings. Lookout for hikers slowly going up and down several hiking trails. And also, the thrill seekers are abseiling down from the top of table mountain. There is also a restaurant serving hearty meals and coffee at the top of this one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
- Visit this historic wine region and taste the best wines in South Africa. Learn how to pair wine with the wine master. Learn how to order wine from wine specialists. Learn how to taste wine in order to get the best out of it. Take great photos from the vineyards. Enjoy South African wine while you sit in the shade for an outdoor experience. Lookout for the amazing landscape with dramatic mountains in the area. Enjoy the wine with some delicatessen. Have the opportunity to buy wine directly from the winery.
- Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
- Registered and Accredited Tourist Guide
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Bottled water
- Entry fees to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope R320pp funicular up to R85pp5
- Entry fees to Penguins at Boulders beach are R160pp
- Wine tasting fees are up to R80pp per winery
- Cable car fees at Table Mountain are up to R320pp
Know before you go
- Not wheelchair accessible
- We do pick ups from hotels in the lobby and from the reception at Guest Houses, Lodges, Bnbs and Hostels. We also pick up from the Cape Town Cruise Terminal at the V & A Waterfront.
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