The first half of this full day tour is devoted to the Cape Peninsula. You travel along the west coast of the Peninsula with the Atlantic Ocean to your right and the Table Mountain Range to your left. After passing through the scenic fishing town of Hout Bay, you travel along the iconic Chapman’s Peak Drive. From there you continue to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. You visit Cape Point within the Reserve, the south-westernmost point of the African continent, a particular beautiful spot with amazing views.
From Cape Point you travel up the eastern shore of the Peninsula via Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg.
The afternoon is devoted to the Cape Winelands, specifically the historic town of Stellenbosch, with its oak lined streets and beautiful examples of old Cape Dutch architecture. You'll visit a local Stellenbosch region wine estate where you'll enjoy a guided wine tasting. Lunch is for your own account.
R1,415 per person
Duration: 1 days
Tour Type: City & day tours
Transport: Luxury sedan, minibus or 44-seater luxury coach
Group sizes: minimum-2 average-8 max-44
Languages (guides): English
Other languages can be arranged on request if a private tour is booked..
Countries: South Africa
Notes: This tour combines the half-day Cape Peninsula and half-day Cape Winelands tours available elsewhere on our website. Tour duration is ±9-hours. If you have time available you may want to consider doing the separate full-day Peninsula and full-day Winelands tours, which will entail less travelling, as well as longer and more frequent stops.
Highlights: Cape Winelands , Cape Point , Stellenbosch , Wine tastings at estates in South Africa , Chapman's Peak Drive , Cape Peninsula .
Starting dates: The tour departs daily from hotels in Sea Point, the Waterfront and the City from ±08:30.
Available starting dates: Nov 2016 - Oct 2017
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.more about Cape Winelands
Cape Point marks the point where the mountain range extending southwards from Table Mountain, some 60 km away, eventually terminates in the Atlantic Ocean. The Point features steep cliffs and rough seas. It is wonderfully scenic.The best views are gained from the base of the lighthouse (1860) at the top of the ridge.more about Cape Point
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.more about Stellenbosch
South African wines are rated on par with 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 from the city.more about Wine tastings at estates in South Africa
Chapman's Peak Drive is a particularly scenic drive that connects Hout Bay and Noordhoek on the Cape Peninsula near Cape Town. It features a couple of lookout points with spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean. The drive forms part of a typical full-day Cape Peninsula excursion.more about Chapman's Peak Drive
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.more about Cape Peninsula