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Southern Sun Waterfront Cape Town, 1 Lower Buitengracht, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
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With this Cape town Super Saver youll get two best-selling tours at one discounted price, combining Cape point with a Stellenbosch wine tour. Experience the Capes highlights in one day and mix relaxing sightseeing with a little wine tasting for the perfect day out.
The Cape is an area renowned internationally for its spectacular natural scenery. Craggy mountain peaks contrast with endless ocean vistas and lush green valleys.
Set off out of town along the Atlantic Seaboard, with fantastic coastal views as you cruise past prime real estate. Make your way through Hout bay to enjoy world-famous views along Chapmans peak Drive, then journey to Cape point, at the edge of Africa, to enjoy views unlike any other. Cape point is also part of the Cape Point Nature Reserve, rich in flora and fauna. Proceed to Stellenbosch in the heart of the mountainous Cape Winelands and enjoy an orientation tour of the town before sampling a selection of top-class wines at a beautiful, local wine estate.
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Pass By: Chapman's Peak Drive, Western Cape
The most spectacular marine drive in the world.
Stop At: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape town Central, Western Cape
travel to the Cape Point Nature Reserve, comprising over 17,300 acres of indigenous fauna and flora. Here we can see a variety of wildlife that includes baboons, Reebok, Cape Mountain zebra, bontebok and the elusive eland. The reserve is also one of the world's largest breeding grounds for tortoises. Bird-watchers, too, will find many fine species to observe.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Neethlingshof Estate, Stellenbosch, Western Cape
Enjoy a Wine Tasting at a Stellenbosch Wine Estate.
Wine Estate is subject to change.
Duration: 30 minutes
Hotel pickup and drop off
Entry/Admission - Cape Point Nature Reserve
Entry/Admission - Neethlingshof Estate
Food and drinks, unless specified
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Order of itinerary may be subject to change. On occasions, the tour may run in reverse order.
Please note, the tour may include a trip back to Cape Town to collect additional passengers for the second half of the tour.
On certain days, Chapmans Peak Drive may be closed. On these days the tour will travel via Ou Kaapse Weg
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
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Our guide Frizzo was excellent. Quite knowledgeable about the areas we visited. Nice clean new van.
Maybe include an extra winery not just 1.
This city is amazing. One of my favorites in the whole world. The guide was good and explained in detail the characteristics of the places we visited but also gave us plenty of free time. The wine tasting was exceptional.
Great tour guide and an excellent way to get around without having to do the driving yourself
Great value tour, our tour rep Frezo was great and very friendly, would have liked more time in Stelinbosch..
What a great, but long, day out! Tour was SUPERB!
Great tour! Got to see a lot outside of Cape Town in a short period of time.
This is a brilliant tour and I would highly recommend it. Our guide, Farouk, was very knowledgeable, friendly and showed us all the highlights. He was also a very safe driver! We had a great time visiting Boulders Beach with the penguins, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point and Stellenbosch. We had a delicious lunch stop in Simon's Town and the wine tasting in Stellenbosch was very enjoyable! The tour is a really good way of seeing as much of the surrounding area of Cape Town as possible in a day.
Our tour guide called himself Superman and indeed he was! He was extremely knowledgeable and provided detailed information on all the sights we visited. He made it extremely entertaining and enjoyable. We had a wonderful day with Superman and would highly recommend this tour.
It was an amazing experience with a small private group. The tasting was fantastic.
I was picked up as the last person of 8 by a Toyota Van at my hotel in the Waterfront, around 8am in the morning. A much enthusiastic, friendly and inspiring local guide drove us along the west coast west of Table Mountain and southwards with fantastic sea views big waves and nice small villages. First stop south of Hout Bay for a 5-10 min leg stretch, technical break and a photo shoot over the bay. A few local sales persons with local handcrafts where around, but not disturbing. No sales of drinks or snacks, just beautiful nature. The drive then continued southwards and when we took off inlands we could see wild horses running along the Nordhook beach.
Before entering Cape Point area, we made a stop at an Ostrich Farm. Very well preserved in beautiful surroundings. Those who wanted could feed the ostriches by hand. A good selection of products made from Ostriches were sold in the store I bought large eggs to put nightlights in, and the staff helped me to pack them safely to be brought all the way home to Sweden without breaking. I also bought delicious Ostrich patés. On the continued route we stopped at the side of the road since there were a lot of wild monkeys around, though we were clearly told to keep windows closed... Some nice photo shoots here too.
The stop at Cape point was quite short 30 min? so I rushed to the tram that took you to the top. Amazing 360 view from up there! Then quickly back again to the van I prioritised getting the view, and skipped the souvenir shopping which otherwise looked nice, ie not too crappy stuff but actually with some quality. I saw wild springbooks too, though too far away to be captured with my simple phone camera. Then continuing to Cape Point and yet again a fantastic view if one - like I do - loves the sea. More wild monkeys aside of the road. At cape point there was a short line 5-10 min to take photos by the sign land point. The guide told us that during high season the line would be approx 1h to get your picture by the sign...
Returning northbound our next stop was in Simons Town and Boulders Beach with the Penguin Colony. Amazing views of the penguins in an area where there are clear areas for people to walk without disturbing the penguins, yet getting close to see them and to take nice pictures. Even if you could stay around here for a full day, it was a good stop for about 30 min. 5-10 min walk from van to the beach, passing through some nice market with local handcrafts. Again very polite people selling if you approach them, no aggressive sales. The first tour ended back in Cape Town around lunch time.
I was then the only one who continued for the afternoon tour, so I had a private guide for that. We first stopped at Zevenwacht vineyard where a newcomer showed me the storage and told me some very basics about wine production. I would not consider myself a wine expert, but having visited some vineyards in France, Italy, Germany and Sweden I felt that I almost knew more than this beginner guide. The subsequent wine tasting was quite disappointing too, where I was served a glass of wine with some basic information and then the guide left me for some 5-6 min to enjoy the wine. He then came back and repeated the procedure 3 more times with each time a new wine expecting me to have emptied the glass of wine every time No references/comparisons between the wines.
When we left we were supposed to visit the city of Stellenbosch to have a guided walking tour. However, as I was the only tour guest and my guide understood I was not too impressed by this visit, he asked if I wanted to re-schedule the afternoon, within some limits. He had to follow the suggested geographical route, or the built in GPS would send a signal back to his office and his manager would call him which also happened. I appreciated the opportunity and skipped the city walk in favour of a visit to Mulderbosch vineyard very beautiful location with professional wine tasting and to Jacobsdaal vineyard. The latter turned out not to have tastings nor sales on site, they were only producing to distributors. However, my guide was very eager that I would see it since I had travelled around the world to visit a favourite brand of mine, so he got the owner to give me a private introduction to Jacobsdaal winery and I also got a few bottles with me home. Almost embarrassing to me, but my guide insisted and I appreciated the kindness from both him and the owner.
After a funny and rich on experience afternoon I was dropped off at my hotel around 6.30 in the evening. I really enjoyed this day and I got so much value for money. Express tourism, yes, but I could not imagine a better way of spending the one and only day I had off, before leaving Cape Town where I had been for business the whole week. I bring only positive memories and really look forward to come back again for vacation preferably.