Day Tours:

  • Cape Winelands Sipping Safari
    The renowned scenic winelands of the Cape offer a wide variety of styles and tastes in wine. From the classic meant-to age wines to the full fruity, fashionable New World wines.
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  • City & Table Mountain
    Table Mountain is 260 million years old , compared with the Rockies 60 million and Himalayas 40 million! And it has more species of plant than the whole of Great Britain.
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  • Robben Island and the Waterfront
    Robben Island lies 10 kilometres north of Cape Town and can be reached by regular 20 minute ferry rides.
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  • Cape Peninsula & Cape Point
    Cape Point is the windiest place on earth after Cape Horn as it faces the largest fetch of open ocean in the world – Cape Town to Antarctica.
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  • Cape Floral Kingdom
    Known as Fynbos, our particular rich botany is recognised as one of the 6 floral kingdoms of the world. Made up of the Protea (named after the Greek god Proteus who had the ability to change his form at will), the Ericas or heathers, and the reed like Restios or grasses, the Cape Floral Kingdom is by far the smallest in area but boasts the greatest variety of species. In spring one can experience the wild flowers when the whole area is a riot of colour.
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  • Whale Watching in Hermanus
    whalesThe Southern Right Whale makes its way annually between the months of June and December to our shores. Visit ideal places to watch these magnificent mammals frolic with their young off the coastline of the Cape Peninsula, and in the charming towns of Hermanus, Stanford and Gansbaai.
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  • Gourmet and Culinary
    Visitors are thrilled by the wonderful use of our largely organic ingredients in the local cuisine. An international type of cuisine can be experienced in most restaurants - and then we have our own particular Cape Malay cooking with its spicy influence from the east. Karoo Lamb, an abundance of venison and ostrich plus good local cheeses and olive oils provide a cooking canvas for our great chefs.
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  • Trips along our famous Garden Route
    Meander through the Klein Karoo semi desert area along scenic drives, cutting across the various mountain ranges to travel along the coast.
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  • Game Safaris in the Eastern Cape
    Add a couple of days extra to your trip along the Garden Route and take in some Big 5 game viewing in this part of the country that is Malaria free, and don’t forget to visit the Addo Elephant Park.
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  • Visits to Gauteng
    Johannesburg - the economic power house of South Africa - with it’s gold mines, apartheid museum, numerous archaeological diggings in the Sterkfontein Valley - known to be the very Cradle of Humankind (a world heritage site) and the Mandela family home in Soweto. Pretoria – the seat of Government.
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  • Game Safaris in and around the Kruger National Park & neighbouring countries
    Combined with the Cape tours game safaris in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya or Zimbabwe.
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  • History goes South, SE, East, NE and North
    This is a trip set to take you along the main routes as the settlers moved North, crossing the same paths of the native Africans that migrated South.
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  • The Kingdom of the Zulu
    As with each area of the country, KwaZulu Natal has something for everyone…with it’s own magic to weave into your memories.
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- FROMMER'S South Africa