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Cape Town

Cape Town, in South Africa's Western Cape province, is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is a city that you have to return to, one visit can never be enough. It is special for various reasons, not least for its friendly multicultural population. It is a vibrant metropolitan city where you meet people from all corners of the earth.

Table Mountain's awe inspiring presence follows you around as you explore the many treasures the Mother City has on offer. The beauty of the unspoiled mountain range visible from all parts of the city is complimented by the breathtaking coastline and beaches.

The city's role in South African history cannot be overstated. It reflects the good and the bad times, the centuries of colonialism and the recent liberation. Robben Island, place of banishment for ages and visible in the distance, pays silent tribute to the struggle for freedom. Today Cape Town is a symbol of hope for the new South Africa, if you decide to visit you will take precious memories back home with you… and you will return!

Tours that include Cape Town

Blyde River Canyon

Duration: 16 days, 15 nights
Tour Type: Scheduled tours
Luxury Level: *** / ****
Price: R24,240 per person sharing (±US$ 1,777 )
R6,085 single supplement (±US$ 446 )

Valid dates: Nov 2014 - Oct 2015


This tour covers the highlights of South Africa and is ideal for first time visitors to the country. It provides a mix of cities, countryside, historical sites, scenic drives, nature, wildlife, culture and people. This is the ‘southbound’ tour version that starts in Johannesburg and ends in Cape Town.

Highlights: Panorama Route , Blyde River Canyon , Kruger National Park , Swaziland , Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve , St. Lucia , Transkei , Hole-in-the-Wall , Garden Route , Storm’s River Mouth , Knysna , Cango Caves , Route 62 , Cape Winelands , Cape Town .

Hole-in-the-Wall

Duration: 16 days, 15 nights
Tour Type: Scheduled tours
Luxury Level: *** / ****
Price: R24,240 per person sharing (±US$ 1,777 )
R6,085 single supplement (±US$ 446 )

Valid dates: Nov 2014 - Oct 2015


This tour covers the highlights of South Africa and is ideal for first time visitors to the country. It provides a mix of cities, countryside, historical sites, scenic drives, nature, wildlife, culture and people. This is the ‘northbound’ tour version that starts in Cape Town and ends in Johannesburg.

Highlights: Cape Town , Cape Winelands , Stellenbosch , Oudtshoorn , Route 62 , Garden Route , Oudtshoorn ostrich farms , Cango Caves , Knysna , Storm’s River Mouth , Coffee Bay , Wild Coast , Hibiscus Coast , San Lameer , Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve , St. Lucia , Swaziland , Kruger National Park , Panorama Route , Johannesburg .

Fishing boats at Paternoster

Duration: 4 days, 3 nights
Tour Type: Scheduled tours
Luxury Level: ***
Price: R10,945 per person sharing (±US$ 802 )
R250 single supplement (±US$ 18 )

Valid dates: Feb 2015 - Oct 2015


This tour gives you the opportunity to visit the Cape Winelands, taste some of our best estate wines and experience the special kind of West Coast hospitality and cuisine. Visit two factories at Clanwilliam producing two quintessential South African products: velskoene and rooibos tea. Overnight at the quaint Paternoster. Visit Saldanha Bay harbour and the West Coast National Park. In season you might enjoy vast expanses of indigenous flowers.

Highlights: Cape Winelands , Riebeek Valley , Paternoster , The West Coast , Cederberg Mountains & Wilderness Area , Bird Island Nature Reserve .

Ascending Table Mountain

Duration: 1 days, 0 nights
Tour Type: City & day tours
Price: R520 per person (±US$ 38 )

Valid dates: Nov 2016 - Oct 2017


On this half day tour you take the Table Mountain Cableway to the mountain top (cable car operation is weather dependent). You’ll enjoy views over Cape Town, beaches and the surrounding ocean. The city tour includes the Malay quarter, city centre and Company Gardens and time permitting the Castle of Good Hope.

Highlights: Cape Town , Table Mountain , Table Mountain Cableway .

Cape Town attractions

A fisheye-lense capture from atop Table Mountain showing the top Cable Way station, a cable car, Lions Head, the Cape Town city bowl and Table Bay.

Table Mountain

The mountain provides a majestic backdrop to the city of Cape Town. Table Mountain is one of the world's most striking natural wonders and South Africa's most recognized icon. No visit to Cape Town can be complete without making the trek to the top.

Visitors take in the view from atop Table Mountain as the sun sets over Lions Head and Cape Town below.

Table Mountain Cableway

A visit to Cape Town can never be complete without a trip up Table Mountain by cable car. From the top of Table Mountain you have wonderful views over the city, Table Bay, the Atlantic coastline and the tip of the Cape Peninsula.

Boy at 'Finding Nemo' (clown fish) tank at the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town.

Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront

The Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront was developed in the working harbour of Cape Town and perfectly integrates port activities and leisure. It offers a fascinating and eclectic mix of specialty shops, markets, restaurants, bars, museums, cinemas and activities.

A vineyard at the Tokara Wine and Olive Farm near Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands.

Cape Winelands

South African wines are rated with those from the other top wine-producing regions in the world. The majority of wine estates, over 100 in fact, are found in the Cape Winelands, which is within easy reach of Cape Town and makes for a great one-day excursion.

Looking down on Cape Point from the Cape Point lighthouse.

Cape Peninsula

Cape Town is situated on the Cape Peninsula. In 1580 Sir Francis Drake described the Cape Peninsula as "The most stately thing and the fairest Cape we saw in the whole circumference of the earth". A visit to Cape Town should always include a day tour of the Cape Peninsula.

Hermanus on South Africa's Southern Cape coastline is regarded as being one of the best shore-based whale-watching spots on earth.

Hermanus

Hermanus is situated on the southern coast of the Western Cape, and is known as the best land based whale watching spot in the world. The Southern Right Whale comes to the South African coastal waters during winter and spring to have their young and to suckle them before returning to the Antarctic.

Grosvenor House, a typical Cape-Dutch styled, historical building in Stellenbosch.

Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch, 46 km east of Cape Town, is the undisputed heart of the Cape Winelands. It is also a lively student town with the University of Stellenbosch influencing just about everything in town. The town’s main attraction lie in the beauty of its preserved architecture and the streets lined with Oak trees.

Haute Cabriere's popular cellar near Franschhoek is built into the mountainside.

Franschhoek

Franschhoek (“French corner”), a small town in the heartland of the Cape Winelands, is one of the very popular places to visit when in Cape Town. It is situated in the picturesque Franschhoek Valley, surrounded by magnificent mountains and vineyards. It is named after the the French Huguenots who settled here in 1688.

KWV's Cathedral Cellar in Paarl, a town in South Africa's Cape Winelands.

Paarl

The Town of Paarl is one of the three main centres in the Cape Winelands, rich in history and culture. The name Paarl means “pearl” and is derived from the granite boulders on top of Paarl mountain. A visit to Paarl is normally the first stop on a full day tour or the Cape Winelands.