3 Days Tour Program
City Tour of Cape Town
Arrival of your flight, Welcome by our local guide.
Transfer to the City Centre. Founded in 1652, Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa. Affectionately nicknamed the “Mother City”, it is a bustling cosmopolitan city which remains the cultural and historical heart of the country. Nestled in an exceptional setting at the foot of the famous Table Mountain, majestically overlooking the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town surely deserves its reputation for being one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Lunch at the Waterfront
Visit the City, more particularly the Castle of Good Hope, the Parliament, and the picturesque Malay Quarter or "Bo-Kaap", characterized by its mosques and its multicolored houses with an original architecture combining Georgian, Dutch, and Eastern styles.
Ascent of Table Mountain by cable car (weather permitting) or visit to Signal Hill to discover one of the most spectacular panoramic views in the world.
Check in at the hotel, late afternoon.
0ptional Dinner at the hotel or at any other restaurant in the City.
Departure for a full day of discovering the famous Cape Wine Route. Cape wines enjoy a well established worldwide reputation, going as far back as the days of Emperor Napoleon.
Visit Stellenbosch, the main town in the Winelands region. Founded in 1679, Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in South Africa, and prides itself with many old houses in the famous "Cape Dutch” architectural style.
This historical city will charm you with its quiet and relaxed rhythm of life. Guided visit of the Village Museum.
Lunch and wine tasting in one of the major wine estates of the region. Route toFranschhoek, the "French Corner". It is in this beautiful valley that French Huguenots - refugees in the Netherlands – settled in 1688, and started the wine producing industry with vine cultivars imported from France.
Drop-off at the hotel.
Peninsula Tour Peninsula Tour
Departure for a full day of exploring the Cape of Good Hope, via Clifton and Camps Bay beaches.
Stop in Hout Bay, a charming little fishing port. Sea excursion to Duiker Island , famous for its seal colony.
Continue along the panoramic Chapman’s Peak drive to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, covering over 7,500 ha of fabulous indigenous flora known as the fynbos.
Lunch at leisure in Cape Point. Visit the Pinguins colony at Boulders beach in Simonstown, alongside the False Bay. Route to the famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, among the richest in the world, featuring a great variety of flowers and a diversity of plants from all over Southern Africa.
Back to the City, and visit the Waterfront, a very successful conversion of old warehouses of the Cape Town harbour into a vibrant place of recreation and relaxation boasting many shops, cinemas and restaurants.
Return to the hotel (END)
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