Best of the Cape
Travel along Cape Town along the M3 passing the oldest Wine Route in the Cape- the Constantia Valley. Travel along Ou Kaapse Weg towards Cape Point. A visit to Cape Point – where standing at the top of the “point” you can gaze in the respective directions of the mighty Indian and Atlantic Oceans!
Cape of Good Hope- the south-westernmost point of the African Continent. Boulders- natural breeding colony of the African Penguin.
Full Day - R 1525 per person
Cape Peninsula Tour
Discover just how much more the greater Cape Town area has to offer than just the City Bowl. On this fascinatingly diverse, full day, 200 kilometer tour, we set off along the Atlantic Seaboard.
Hout Bay - boat trip to Duiker Island, natural home to hundreds of the Cape Fur Seal.
"Original T-Bag Design CC" is a small company situated in Hout Bay, providing employment for a small group of previously unemployed residents from Imazamo Yethu. T-Bag Designs are created from used t-bags onto which the artists apply their own ethnic designs, which are then incorporated into a range of products.
Included: All admission fees and boat ride at Hout Bay
Excluded: Lunch and refreshments.
Half Day - R1200
Full Day - R1490
District Six and Bo-Kaap Tour
On this in-depth, thought provoking walk/drive tour, you will discover how the Apartheid policies of the previous white regime destroyed their homes and displaced 65 000 people in District Six, a vibrant, multi-racial community of over 100 years. Where are these people now? What does the future hold? Why was District Six left empty and neglected, since its destruction all those years ago? Witness reconstruction process.
We drive through what is left of the District Six area and witness the reconstruction in progress. We also visit the award-winning District Six Museum
Half Day - R685
The Garden Route is one of the world’s great Tourist routes, offering an amazing range of sites and activities. Showcasing our incredible diversity and natural beauty- a world in one country. On this route, you have the opportunity to visit an ancient limestone cave, the southernmost tip of the African continent, traversing the most beautiful mountain passes and lakes.
Meander through charming villages and towns, pass by fruit and wine farms, visit world class game reserves, and even take a journey on a steam train. For the physically active, there is bungy-jumping, white river rafting, shark cage diving, snorkelling, deep-sea diving, sky-diving and quad-biking, Game and Safari drives to view the “Big 5”, and whale watching, if in season.
4 Day / 3 nights - POA
This tour is a must see, allowing visitors a unique journey through the history of South Africa by following a timeline starting in 1652 through to the present day democratic South Africa.
The tour is divided into what is referred to as “The Three South Africas” 1: The Birth of South Africa, 2: Apartheid South Africa, 3: The New South Africa. This tour gives you an insight into the greatness of Nelson Mandela and is an absolute must see during your visit to Cape Town.COST
SCHEDULED HALF DAY
– R625 pp.
SCHEDULED FULL DAY
– R850 pp.Private half day (*per group) –
1-2 pax R2500
3-4 pax R3200
5-6 pax R3700
7+ pax R470 pp
Halfday 09:00 – 13:00 / 13:30 – 17:00
Fullday 09:00 – 17:00.
This trip is suitable for those of all fitness levels.
West Coast Wildflower
August and September ONLY
We depart Cape Town in the morning and travel up the West Coast towards Darling- where we visit Weylandts Wildflower Reserve, followed by a coffee stop in the town of Darling- owned by the famous comedian and actor Pieter Dirk Uys. We then travel to the outskirts of Darling and the Tienie Versveld Wildflower Reserve.
We will have lots of time to wander around, enjoy the beauty not only of the flowers but also of the surrounding landscape, and take pictures.
R1200 per person
Valid 01 January 2019 to 31 December 2019
West Coast Wonderland
When visiting this South-Western corner of South Africa, you will be walking in the footsteps of the ancient aboriginal hunter-gatherers of South Africa, the SAN- or Bushmen. They lived in deep and absolute harmony with nature- and each other- thus ensuring their survival for thousands of years. The tragic dispossession of their land and human rights almost permanently destroyed this unique race.
The good news is that land is being restored to surviving clans, providing the opportunity for self-sufficiency, for the preservation of their language, traditions and culture- and for once more being recognised as a unique component of our marvelously diverse society.
Adults - From POA
Children under 12 - Less 50%
Children under 5 - Less 25%
Children under 2 - No Charge
Whale Experience Tour
Hermanus is considered one of the world’s best whale watching spots in the world. The Southern Right whale come annually to mate, calve and rest in the bay.
Sir Lowry’s Pass
On a clear day you can see Cape Town and its mountains 40 km away
Full Day - R 1315 per person
Winelands and Wildlife Tour
Cape wines are world renowned for their quality and value for money. The charming old Estates are located in stunning countryside and we visit the premier wine routes of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Fraschoek.
Learn also the historic initiatives by estate owners who have included employees in the ownership and management schemes. The Paarl area is also home to many animal sancturies, and these provide a perfect combination for this gret day out in the countryside.
Half Day - R 860 per person
Full Day - R 1260 per person
Cape Malay Cooking Experience
This is a REAL interactive experience with one of the countries oldest established communities- dating back to their forced arrival to these shores as captives in the 1600's. As their lands in the East were being occupied by European Colonists- dissenters were loaded onto sailing ships and banished to other colonies around the world- the Cape of Good Hope being one.
Half Day - R 1150 per person