Stellenbosch (wine and cheese tasting), V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, scenic Chapman’s Peak drive.
|Date||24 September – 01 October 2020|
|Departure Point||Cape Town International Convention Centre|
|Tour Cost||R1500.00 per person|
If you only have one day to spare, then this is the tour for you as it combines the best of the Winelands and Cape Point. Please note that this tour is a combination of the half day morning Cape Point tour and the half day afternoon Winelands tour. The morning tour returns to the V&A Waterfront, and the guide will do his best to allow time for you to purchase a quick snack lunch (own account) before the afternoon tour commences. You may have to buy a take-away or packed lunch to eat along the way.
Our tour takes us on a drive along the beach road past Clifton and Camps Bay to picturesque Hout Bay; and continues on via Chapman’s Peak Drive (if open) to spectacular Cape Point and its nature reserve. Take the funicular (own account +/- R90). We drive through quaint Simonstown and view the Penguin Colony (own account +/- R180).
We return to the V&A Waterfront for a short stop.
Then we head out to the Winelands and enjoy a cellar tour followed by a cheese and wine tasting. Our tour continues into the historic town of Stellenbosch with its picturesque white gabled Cape Dutch architecture. The pretty streets and lanes are lined with old oak trees. The town boasts a large university with energetic students offering a contrast to the old-world feel of the town.
If time permits our guide will choose a second estate for another wine tasting before heading back to your hotel.
Excludes: Lunch, Penguin Colony +/- R180 and Cape Point funicular +/- R90.
|Vehicle||Air-conditioned coach to suit group size.|
|Included||Transportation, sightseeing as per itinerary, 1 x wine tasting with cheese and a cellar tour.|
|Excluded||Gratuities, items of a personal nature, drinks, any additional extras, lunch, entrance fees to all optional activities of +/-R270.00pp.|
|Activity Level||Moderate. This itinerary may be operated in reverse order.|