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Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Charles Fox Cap Classique Wines
Stadsaal Caves in the Cederberg Mountains
Stadsaal Caves in the Cederberg Mountains
Stadsaal Caves in the Cederberg Mountains
Stadsaal Caves in the Cederberg Mountains
Stadsaal Caves in the Cederberg Mountains
Bushmans paintaings near Stadsaal Caves
View of the southern part of the Cederberg Mountains
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
One of the various Stadsaal Caves
Altydgedacht
Altydgedacht
Altydgedacht
De Grendel
De Grendel
De Grendel
De Grendel
Durbanville Hiils
Durbanville Hiils
Durbanville Hiils
Durbanville Hiils
Durbanville Hiils
Durbanville Hiils
Meerendal Wine Estate
Meerendal Wine Estate
Meerendal Wine Estate
Signal Gun
Signal Gun
Signal Gun
View of Table Mountain above the clouds
The cable station on Table Mountain
Poster with the 7 new Wanders of The World on Table Mountain
Official 7 new wonders of nature on Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
Cable car coming down from the top of Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
Cable car coming down from the top of Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
The cable station on the bottom of Table Mountain
Picture of Cape Peninsula from table Mountain
Picture of Lions Head , Table Bay and Robben Island at the background from Table Mountain
Picture of Camps Bay from Table Mountain
Picture of Table Mountain from Signal Hill
Picture of Lions Head and Sea Point in the background from Table Mountain
Picture of Cape Peninsula from Table Mountain
Noble Hills Wines
Noble Hills Wines
Plasir De Merle
Plasir De Merle
Plasir De Merle
Spice Rout
Spice Rout
Small rowing boats at Paternoster
 Fishing boats on the Paternoster beach
Khoi San tour guide at Khwa Ttu San Cultural Village
Strandloper restaurant at Langebaan
Strandloper restaurant at Langebaan
Strandloper restaurant at Langebaan
View of Langebaan’s lagoon
View over the bay at Paternoster
Town houses in Paternoster
View of Paternoster over the sea
Lower pink flamingos at Velddrift
Lower pink flamingos at Velddrift
Nelson Mandela`s prison cell
Departure building at the V & A Waterfront to Robben Island
The Madiba 1 Robben Island Ferry
View of Table Mountain from the V & A Waterfront
Inside one of the commune cells on Robben Island
Boarding transfer bus
Leper graveyard on Robben Island
Limestone Quary on Robben Island
Church of the Good Shepherd on Robben Island
Garrison Church on Robben Island
Photograph of prisoners working
Nelson Mandela in discussion with fellow prisoner
Nelson Mandela`s prison cell
Harbor on Robben Island
Tourist boarding bus to Prison on Robben Island
Dormitory cells at Robben Island
Sport field for prisoners on Robben Island
Tourist listening to the tour guide on Robben Island
Tourist listening to the tour guide on Robben Island
Picture of Table Mountain from Robben Island
Bob wire fence surrounding the prison with the kramat in the background
The hall of famous visitors board at Spier Bird Sanctuary
Information board at the Bird Sanctuary
One of the eagles at Spier
Bird cages at Spier
Black eagle with trainer
Black eagle opening his wings ready to fly
Andy with black eagle
Castrol on Andy’s head
Entrance to Big Cats at Vredenheim
White lion at Vredenheim
Two tigers busy swimming at Vredenheim
Caracal at Vredenheim
Cape Mountain Leopard at Vredenheim
Male Lion at Vredenheim
Chimpanzee at Drakenstein Chimpanzee Park
Chimpanzee at Drakenstein Chimpanzee Park
Chimpanzee at Drakenstein Chimpanzee Park
Small antelope at Drakenstein Chimpanzee Park
Male lion at Drakenstein Lion Park
Tiger at Drakenstein Lion Park
Tiger at Drakenstein Lion Park
Black Swans at Drakenstein Lion Park
Entrance to Drakenstein Lion Park
Lionesses at Drakenstein Lion Park
Lionesses at Drakenstein Lion Park
Lionesses at Drakenstein Lion Park
Lionesses at Drakenstein Lion Park
White Lionesses at Drakenstein Lion Park
Lionesses on top of the cage at Drakenstein Lion Park
Cape cobra at The Giraffe House
South American Lama at The Giraffe House
South American Lama at The Giraffe Housere
Tortoise at The Giraffe House
Tortoise at The Giraffe House
Mother and Calf Rhino at Aquila Game Reserve
Lions playing at Aquila Game Reserve
Game drive through the Game Reserve
Quad Biking through the Game Reserve
Picture of the Hotel and Spa`s and Lodges at Aquila
Picture of the Hotel at the Game Reserve at Aquila
Gordans Bay from Clarence Drive
The new Harbour in Hermanus
One of the Southern Right Whales breeching in Hermanus
The old Harbour of Hermanus
History of the Southern Right Whales on a poster board on the cliff of Hermanus
Old harbour in Hermanus
Old harbour in Hermanus
Whale watching boats in new harbour
Fishing boat in new harbor
Whale watching boats in new harbour
Bientang`s Cave Restaurant and Bar in Hermanus
Houses in Bo Kaap
City hall and Grand Parade in Cape Town
Green Point in Cape Town
Beautiful picture of Company Gardens from a surrounding building.
Entrance to The Castle Of Good Hope – Cape Town
Beautiful colored houses in Bo Kaap
The Delville Wood Memorial in Company Gardens
Entrance to the S.A. Museum and Planetarium
Entrance to the S.A. Art Gallery
Outside Café Riteve and the Cape Town Holocaust Centre
Louis Botha on his horse outside the entrance to The Parliament
The entrance to The Parliament
Alley on east side of Parliament
Entrance to The Slave Lodge
Burgher Watch House Cape Town
Statue of Sir Grey in front of S.A. Library
Main entrance to St Georges Cathedral
Original well in Company Gardens
Saffron Pear tree in Company’s Gardens
Statue of Cecil John Rhodes
Noon Guns at Signal Hill
Canon on Signal Hill
One of the entrances at night at The V & A Waterfront
V & A Waterfront at night
V & A Waterfront at night
V & A Waterfront at night
Big Wheel at The V & A Waterfront
Cape Town Harbor
Overcast day at The V & A Waterfront
Cape of Good Hope at Cape Point
Hout Bay with the Sentinental in the left for ground
Penguins at Boulders Beach
The Boom Slang at Kirstenbosch
Surfers at Kommetjie Beach
Famous South African actress Michaella Russell with a seal at Hout Bay , Cape Town
Famous South African actress Michaella Russell at Cape of Good Hope at Cape Point
Participant rounding Cape Point in Cape Point Sky Challenge
Bathing change rooms at St James Beach
Sharks swimming at Cape Point
The Tidal pool at Soetwater
Simons Town Harbour
Simons Town Harbour
The Lighthouse at Kalkbay
Camphor Avenue at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Surfers at Kommetjie Beach
Late afternoon casual stroll at Kommetjie Beach
Drive through Misty Cliffs
Penguins sitting in sun after their swim
Famous South African actress Michaella Russell at Boulders Beach
Drive through Scarborough Conservation Village
Entrance to Brass bell Restaurant at Kalk Bay
Drive past the Twelve Apostles Mountains
The Sentinel and Houtbay from Chapman’s Peak Drive
The flying Dutchman on the way to the lighthouse at Cape Point
View of Kommetjie from Cape Point Vineyards Restaurant
View of Frigates in Simons Town
View of Kommetjie Beach
The boat used for tourists to Seal Island at Hout bay
Drive pass the Twelve Apostles Mountains
Seals waiting to be fed at Hout Bay
Famous South African actress Michaella Russell stroking a seal
Cape Point
Cape Point
Cape Point
Cape Point
Cape Point
Cape Point
Cape Point
Groot Constantia
Klein Constantia
Constantia Glen
Groot Constantia
Silver Mist
Silver Mist
Constantia Glen
Constantia Glen
Groot Constantia
Franschhoek
Franschhoek
Franschhoek
Charmonix Wine Farm
Charmonix Wine Farm
Charmonix Wine Farm
Die Donne Wine Farm
Die Donne Wine Farm
Die Donne Wine Farm
Franschhoek Huguenot Monument
Franschhoek Huguenot Monument
Franschhoek Huguenot Monument
Haute Cabrierre
Haute Cabrierre
La Petite Ferme
La Petite Ferme
La Petite Ferme
La Petite Ferme
Perfume Shop at Franschhoek Huguenot Museum
Perfume Shop at Franschhoek Huguenot Museum
Perfume Shop at Franschhoek Huguenot Museum
Spier
Spier
Spier
Spier
Van Ryns
Van Ryns
Van Ryns
Van Ryns
Van Ryns
Van Ryns
Vredenheim
Delheim
Oldenburg Wine Estate
Oldenburg Wine Estate
  •  Fishing boats on the Paternoster beach
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Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

Includes :
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking lunches, Air-conditioned transport Fully insured driver guide
 
Excludes :
Excludes Lunches and Dinks and Entrance Fees
 
Pre-Bookings is a definite must

About Tulbagh

Tulbagh situated in the Tulbagh Valley bounded by the Witsenberg in the East, The Winterhoek range in the north and the Sarons, Obiekwa and Waterval (waterfall) mountains in the west.

This fertile valley with two prominent rivers running through it, the north flowing Berg River and the south- flowing Breede Riverand has a long history dating back further than 1699, named after Dutch Cape Colony Govenor Ryk Tulbagh originally called Het Land van Waveren.

This basin has been inhabited by the Khoi and Bushman people for thousands of years. The Tulbagh flower show is the oldest flower show in S. Africa being established in1887 and the area also produces wheat and a variety of deciduous fruit and sheep farming is also a contributor.

Today Tulbagh is the commercial hub of a wider district which includes some very fine wine estates such as Twee Jonge Gezellen-krone, Theuniskraal, Saronsberg, Oude Companies Post, Montpellier, Rijk`s, Drosty-Hof and Manley.

A Dutch Reformed church was built in 1743 for the congregation, The Drostdy (magistrates) residence was built in 1806, designed by architect Louis Thibault, located 4km`s north of the town and is now a museum which exhibits fine period furniture and porcelain.

Apart from the many beautiful sites and old buildings Tulbagh is well known for its Church Street and the magnificent old restored buildings many of which were destroyed buildings by the 1969 earthquake.

Bainskloof Pass – remains an engineering master piece and a National Monument designed and constructed by Scotsman Andrew Geddes Bain – providing access to the hinterland beyond the mountains, became the official ‘Gateway to the North’, over which countless wagons creaked their way to the diamond and gold fields, it offers magnificent vistas, indigenous and unique flora and fauna, crystal-clear rock pools, camp sites and hiking trails originally built with convict labor.

The Tulbagh Tour includes:

  • Perfect Place Bistro, Coffee & Antique Shop ( Wellington )
  • Drosdy`s Museum
  • Earth Quake Museum
  • Oude kerk Volks Museum
    • Readers Restaurant and curious Cats Gift Shop
  • Victorian Museum
  • Danie Theron`s House
  • Pioneer`s House
    • This H-form house built in 1815 was occupied by the Postmaster for many years
  • Paddagang Eethuis & Fijne Wijne
  • A double-storey Georgian house named Monbijou – (My jewel)
  • Tulbagh Boutique Heritage Hotel

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing:
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day Tours 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

All tastings and lunches for clients account

About Grabou and Elgin

Located 65 km south east of Cape Town over Sir Lowry’s pass along the N2 highway. Grabouw is the commercial centre for Elgin Valley – The largest single export fruit-producing area in South Africa. The Original inhabitants of the area were the Khoi Khoi pastoralists and the San hunter gatherers. The Dutch colonists settled in the area in the 1600’s dispossessing the natives of their land. The town was created on the farm Grietjiesgat in 1856 by Wilhelm Langschmidt a painter from Cape Town who named Grabouw after its birthplace in Germany. The early 1900’s saw the development of the deciduous fruit farming become the town’s main economic growth engine and now the hub of South Africa’s export of apples and pears. By the end of the 20 th century there was a market shift in the balance of the economy with the introduction of viticulture and planting of new vineyards and a significant increase in tourism. Today there are 18 vineyards in the area growing many varietals but with the emphasis on Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Most notable wine estates are Oak Valley Wine, Almenkerk, Charles Fox Cap Classique, Highlands Road Estate, Iona Vineyards, Paul Cluver Wine Estate, Winters Drift and South Hill Vineyards.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing:

1-4 persons in a 4 x 4 SUV – R1,125.00 p.p* - Full Day Tour 

Excluded: Lunches & Drinks

Included: Entrance fees

About Cederberg Tour

The Cederberg named after the endangered Clanwilliam Cedar a magnificent and breath taking wilderness ± 300 km north of Cape Town, the mountains are known for dramatic rock formations, most famous thereof being the Stadsaal Caves and San Rock Art. The Cederberg extends 50km north-south by 20km east-west. Most notable mountains are Sneeuberg ( 2026 m ) and Tafelberg

(1969 ) and interesting landmarks are Maltese Cross, Wolfberg Arch and Wolfberg Cracks. Predominant vegetation is mediterranian Fynbos in the wetter South and West changing to semi desert scrub in the north and east. Home only to the Snow Protea in the higher attitudes of the mountains. Apex preditors are the Felids Leopard and Caracal . Other mammals include Rock Hyrax ( Dassie ) , Meerkats, Mangooses, Bontebok, Gemsbok and Cape Mountain Zebra , Baboons , African Wild Cat, Porcupines , Honey Badger, Cape , Cape Clawless Otter, Aardvark, Lynx, Bat- Eared Fox, Aard Wolf, Cape Fox, Grey Rhebok, Klipspringers, Duiker en Grysbok. R4,499.00

* R4,499.00 minimum per vehicle

 

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

Excludes :
Excludes Entrance Fees, Drinks and Lunches

About Custom Tours

Occasionally we have people requesting wine estates that are in different regions where we normally do wine tours and or want to do wine tasting off the beaten track and  because of time restraints we try and minimize the distances between wine estates and regions and offer alternate customized tours that could encompass two or three regions or simply those less well known or travelled or simply perhaps the clients that want to try other alternatives, we offer our clients this option where they can make up their own tours. The pricing still remains as per all the other wine tours and regions and do not attract extra costs.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 

About Durbanville Hills

Set in the Tygerberg Hills, Durbanville was initially known as Pampoenkraal then later as Durbanville, the wineries on the Durbanville Route initially began as an öutspan”(resting place) around a spring which was the meeting place for travelers, transport riders and local farmers. Because of its Mediterranean climate and that most of the vineyards are planted between 100 and 350 metres above sea level, they are better equipped to deal with the hot dry summer months while being cooled by the cool winds from the Atlantic Ocean especially in the summer months recording its first surplus of wine as early as 1702.

The most notable wine estates being: Altydgedacht, De Grendel, Diemersdal, Durbanville Hills and Meerendal.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

Excludes: All wine tastings, drinks and lunches.

Our Helderberg Valley Wine Tour comprises of visits to:
  • Idiom Wine Estate
  • Waterkloof Wine Estate
  • Morgenster Wine Estate
  • Vergelegen Wine Estate
  • Lourensford Wine Estate

About The Helderberg Valley Wine

The Helderberg Wine Region part of the Winelands wine – producing Winelands of the Western Cape, comprising Strand, Somerset West, and Gordons Bay, and often neglected in comparison with Stellenbosch, Constantia, Franschhoek, Paarl and Klapmuts Wine Estates with the surrounding mountains encompassing them with their unique majesty. Abounded by beautiful trails and hikes in the surrounding reserves such as Idiom, Waterkloof, Morgenster, Lourensford, Uva Mira, Ken Forrester, Yonder Hill, Ernie Else, Eikendal, Alto and Vergelegen Wine Estates.

Though lesser known they are by no means any the lesser than their more famous cousins.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

Excludes :
Excludes Entrance Fees, Drinks and Lunches
 
Pre-Bookings is a definite must

About Table Mountain

Table Mountain is now officially named one of the seven wonders of the world and is part of the Table Mountain National park which stretches from the North of Cape Town all the way down to South Africa`s most South Westerly Point called Cape of Good Hope with the awe inspiring flat topped Table Mountain as its centrepiece, its height is 1,086m and allows for magnificent views of Cape Town and Table Bay.

The first European to climb it was Antonio de Saldanha naming it Taboa de Caba. The rolling clouds that form over the top of the mountain is known as its table cloth. The park also has some of the richest floral regions in the world with more than 1470 floral species with almost 70% of them endemic to the Cape.

It is the only South African and only natural site on the planet to have a constellation of stars named after it. The constellation is called “Mensa”, which means ‘table’ in Latin . The Khoi people used to call the mountain Hoerikwaggo (Mountain of the Sea). It is S.Africa`s most photographed landmark and receives over 800,000 visitors per year.

All visitors are collected at their place of abode and transported to the Cable Car Station to:

  • Embark on a ride on the cable car to the summit in the revolving cable car capsule.
  • Spend 1½ to 2 hours taking photographs and enjoying the glorious view of the Cape Peninsula.
  • Indulge in a light lunch or simply a cup of coffee and dessert in the highest Restaurant in the Cape of Good Hope while gazing across the Peninsula.
  • Return via the cable car down the mountain to the cable car station.

OPTIONS - Because you will have excess time on your hands after the Table Mountain tour we can offer you a tour of the Castle, Company gardens, St. Georges Cathedral, District 6 Museum, S.A. Museum, Jewish Halo Cast Museum and a tour of the Bo˗kaap Museum and Bo˗Kaap, home of the original Cape Malay Muslims and their colourful houses or any combination thereof?:

  • All visitors returned to their place of abode

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
From R13,500.00 Per Person
 
Excludes :
Lunches, Drinks and Supper
 
Included:
All Entrance Fees and Accommodation are Included in the Price.

About The Garden Route

Perhaps one of the most seductive coastlines in the world stretching over 300 kilometers from Mossel Bay to the Storms River, the sheer range of topography, vegetation, wildlife and outdoor activities is simply incomparable from picturesque lagoons and lakes, rolling hills to the awesome Outeniqua and Tsislkamma mountains added to the mildest climate in S. Africa offering all year round activities such as hiking and eco- tourism with an abundance of over 300 species of bird life to be found in a variety of habitats ranging from fynbos to forest to wetlands.

Our Garden Route Tour encompasses a visit to Cape L` Agulhas, the southern most point of the African continent and Waenhuiskrans

Day 1:

  • A scenic drive along Clarence Drive
  • A visit to Stoney Point Betty`s Bay to see the Penguins
  • A stop at Cape L Àgulhas
  • Waenhuiskrans – over night at Arniston Hotel & Spa
  • Explore Waenhuiskrans cave and Waenhuis Nature Reserve

Day 2:

  • Mossel Bay – lunch at Carola Ann`s Restaurant, followed by a visit to Diaz Museum
  • Knysna - sunset cruise , followed by supper at Cuninghams Guest House cnr. Kingsway & Church Square, Leisure Isle, Knysna
  • Overnight at Cuninghams Guest House cnr. Kingsway & Church Square, Leisure Isle, Knysna

Day 3:

  • Explore the Wilderness in a canoe on the Touw River
  • Visit sea side town of Kynsna
  • Travel to Plettenberg Bay – visit Monkey Land and Birds of Eden
  • Drive through Plettenberg Game Reserve
  • Overnight Storms River Guest House

Day 4:

  • Stop at Storm River mouth
  • Ride Zipline at Tsitsikamma Falls Adventure park
  • Drive to Oudtshoorn and Buffelsdrift Game Lodge
  • Supper and overnight at Buffelsdrift Game lodge

Day5:

  • Visit world famous Cango Caves
  • Do a late afternoon Game Drive at Buffelsdrift Game Lodge
  • Overnight at Buffelsdrift Game Lodge

Day 6:

  • Visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch followed by a stop at the Ostrich farm
  • Return to Cape Town
Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day Tours
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Excludes: All wine tastings, drinks and lunches.
 
Includes:

Pick up & drop at home or hotel, Pre- booking of wine tastings at wine estates & lunches, Air-conditioned transport between estates, Fully insured - driver guide

Paarl

Paarl is named after the Pearl Rock or Pearl Mountain. In 1687 Governor Simon Van Der Stel gave title to the first colonial farms in the area to the free burghers and the following year French Huguenots arrived from Europe and began farming in the Paarl Valley with its fertile soil and Mediterranean climate – like region.

Founded in 1690, Paarl is the Berg River Valley`s main centre, though the first man in the valley was Abraham Gabbema in 1657.Named after two huge granite domes which glistened in the morning sun known as Paarl Rock. In 1688 a number of Huguenots settled in the Paarl Valley becoming part of the cradle of the South African wine industry. Driving down Main Road there are museums, galleries, churches, and a mosaic of Cape Dutch, Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco Archirecture. Paarl also has the revered Afrikaans Taal Museum which commemorates the origin and growth of Afrikaans and its people.

The settlers planted orchards , vegetables gardens and vineyards, thus beginning Paarl as a major wine and fruit producer.

Today Paarl is the most industrialized town outside of Cape Town, with more than 200 manufacturing plants including flour mills, a sawmill , a jam and fruit canning plant, and factories that produce cigarettes, textiles and furniture, dubbed the `red route` - it has 23 wineries,12 or so world class. A few famous examples of which are: - Nederberg, KWV, Spice Route, Backsberg,  Fairview, Laborie, Glen Carlou, Noble hill,  Avondale, Babylonstoren, Rhebokskloof and  Ridgeback Wine Estates.

The old Spice Route initiated by Charles Back in 1997 provides visitors the opportunity to taste local delicacies like biltong , draft beer , handmade chocolates & ice-cream and red & white wine parings.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

1 Day Tour 
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day
Prices Excludes: Lunches , Drinks , and Entrance Fees
2 Day Tour
1 Night – From R3,025.00 p.p For 2 Persons Sharing
3 Day Tour
2 Nights – From R4,465.00 p.p For 2 Persons Sharing
2 + 3 Day Tours Include Tour of KHWA-THU San Cultural Village with San Tour Guide
 
Prices Excludes:
Lunches, Suppers, Drinks and Entrance Fees

About West Coast Tour

Our tour of the West Coast takes us along the R27 next to the Atlantic Ocean past Bloubergstrand, Melkbosstrand and on to The Strandloper Restaurant in Langebaan on the beach under fishing nets.

After a delectable hearty sea food lunch we off to tour the West Coast national Park surrounding Saldanha Bay, proclaimed in 1985 – known for its bird life and spring flowers – wildlife in the park including large antelope such as Eland, Red Hartebeest, Bontebok, Kudu, Gemsbok, Steenbok, Mountain Zebra and Duiker and Ostriches in the Postberg area.

Our tour then moves on to Paternoster for the night or two in one of the oldest fishing villages on the West coast of S. Africa, situated 15 km`s north-west of Vredenburg and 145 km`s north of Cape Town at Cape Columbine – a sought after tourist destination famous for their Lobster and white washed fishermans cottages.

A must to do is lunch or supper at the Wolfgat Restaurant  named the best restaurant in the world at The Best World Restaurant awards in Paris in 2019.  

The jagged cliffs and white boulders makes this one of the most beautiful beaches on the west coast of S. Africa and includes whale, dolphin, seal and penguin watching as well as 225 various bird species, finally we move on to St. Helena Bay for sightseeing and to further explore where the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama first set foot in S. Africa on the 7 th November 1497 and where the first battle between Europeans and the indigenous Khoikoi took place and is now a major fishing village with 11 processing factories – The Tour includes (lunch at the Strandloper Restaurant), followed by tour of the West Coast National Park around Langebaan Lagoon and then on to Paternoster where a 1 or 2 night overnight stay is optional, finally moving on to St. Helena Bay for cocktails and sundowners before returning to Cape Town.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day

Excludes:
Robben Island Prices - R360.00 per person entrance fees.
 
Includes:
Includes boat trip, Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking of Sanctuaries, Reserves & Parks,  Air-conditioned transport between estates, Fully insured driver guide.

About Robben Island

A declared World Heritage Site since 1999 by UNESCO, located in Table Bay, standing 30 meters above sea level, Robben Island has been used as a prison, where people have been banished, isolated and exiled for nearly 400 years.

Batolomeu Dias discovered the island in 1488 when it was inhabited by birds, penguins, seals and tortoises. Prior to 1652 it became a major point for the exchange of mail and fresh meat and water. The Dutch also used the island for grazing for sheep and cattle.

About 1671 the island began to house convicted criminals, political prisoners and other undesirables, banished to the Cape from other Dutch colonies, including kings, princes, and religious leaders from the East Indies.

During the first British occupation in 1795 to 1802 it was also used as a whaling station. In 1812 it was used as a asylum for the mentally ill and in 1843 was used as a leper colony, paupers, the mentally unfit and the chronically ill, mentally ill, alcoholic`s, and prostitutes with sexually transmitted diseases.

The light house on Robben Island was commissioned in January 1865.

In 1931 the island began to be used as a military outpost where guns were stored and the government built roads, a power station and a new water supply and houses. In 1961 it was again used as a prison for political prisoners with Nelson Mandela being the most famous. It remains a sad history of man’s inhumanity while also showing the power of the human spirit, freedom and the victory of democracy over oppression

Robben Island Tour

  • We collect you 45 minutes prior to departure , either for 09h00, 11h00 or 13h00 tour from the Robben Island Museum at the V & A Waterfront where you board a ferry to the island
  • The ferry ride is 12 km long and ± 45 minutes in duration to Robben Island ( entry to Robben Island included in the one off price).
  • Disembark at Murray`s Bay Harbour on Robben Island.
  • On the island you will be met by ex – political prisoners (guides) who will welcome you and after which you then board a bus and start your tour.
  • The tour guides will relate their experiences in incarceration and that of Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners while showing you all the historical places of interest on the island
  • In closing you tour the Robben Island Museum and Nelson Mandela`s cell in which he spent 18 years before returning via the ferry to the V & A Waterfront.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day Tours
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Excludes :
Excludes Entrance Fees, Drinks and Lunches
 
Includes:
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking of Sanctuaries, Reserves & Parks,  Air-conditioned transport between estates, Fully insured driver guide

About Wildlife Tour

Our Wildlife tour was designated firstly and mainly for children from all over the world to see and experience our variety of big cats, crocodiles, snakes including the most dangerous , mambas, cobras and boom slang and other African animals. It is all within an hour’s drive from Cape Town and relatively very cheap compared to the normal game reserve tours.

The tours covers 4 to 5 different locations incorporating the Cheetah Outreach in Firgrove, our most endangered cat.

Then the Bird Sanctuary at Spier which is one of the most remarkable displays of the intelligence of the birds, after which we than move to Vredenheim to see their big cats including white lions, Bengal tigers, and a Cape Leopard and Caracal.

We then move on to tour the Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm where a swim or dive with the crocodiles is optional.

Finally ending the tour at both Chimpanzee Park with Drakenstein Lion Park a safe haven for distressed and abandoned big cats and if time allows a stop at Giraffe House Wild Life Awareness Centre.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

We offer:

  • Airport Shuttle (Somerset West – Airport – Cape Town)
  • Point to Point
  • Round Trips
  • Restaurant, Events & Conferences and more…

Our service includes:

  • Licensed PDP driver
  • Passenger insurance cover (excluding personal property)
  • Availability subject to drivers and cars available
  • Rates determined according to kilometre’s driven from point to point
  • Cash and Credit Cards are accepted

Shuttle Services

Andy’s Shuttle and Charter Service, based in Somerset West Helderberg, is an affordable and safe option to get around with professional drivers and tour guides.

About Safari Tours

Aquila Game Reserve and Spa
This tour takes us in a North , Easterly direction along the N1 past Paarl, through the Huguenot Tunnel and then past Worcester through the beautiful Hex River and once through the valley and up the Matroosberg Mountains where we turn left onto R46 and onto Aquila Game Reserve & Spa,  named after the rare and endangered resident Black Eagle and covers ± 10,000 hectare, and for the first time in 250 years the majestic Big 5 now once again roam the Karoo mountains, valleys, rivers and kloofs of the Karoo.
 
The reserve is set in the Cape`s malaria free fynbos and Renosterveld vegetation area and known for its excellence, and conservation programmes. Aquila offers guests the option of 4 different day trip safari packages with options ranging from the traditional 2 to 3 hour safari game drive to safari`s on horseback or quad bikes.
 
Other transport options are helicopter and aeroplane flights daily to and from Aquila Game Reserve & Spa. It is advisable to always have warm and waterproof clothing especially in winter and sun screen lotion is a must.
 
Sanbona Wildlife Reserve
Sanbona is the premier wildlife destination in the Western Cape, approximately 3½ to 4 hours drive from Cape Town along some very scenic views of the little Karoo at the foot of the Warmwaterberg mountain range, Sanbona has been rated by UK Harpers Queen as one of the top 100 best places to visit in the world, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is not only home to the big 5 in their natural habitat housing the first authentic free roaming white lions in the Western Cape but the reserve offers so much more than just game viewing such as boat safaris on the Belhair dam, guided Wilderness walks, relaxation retreats, stargazing as well as a plethora of fauna and flora and 7 rock art sights over 1,500 years old.
 
With over 200 bird species including the nesting sites of the Verraux`s (Black) Eagle and over 650 various plant species, this is truely a global biodiversity hotspot and a world heritage site. The Sanbona Reserve offers as standard 2 game drives for every over night stay.
One Day Tour Pricing:
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Two Day Tour:
One Night – From R3,590.00 p.p For 2 Persons Sharing
 
Three Day Tour:
Two Nights – From R4,740.00 p.p For 2 Persons Sharing
 
Prices Excludes: Whale watching, Boat Trips, Lunches, Suppers and Drinks
 
Includes:
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Air-conditioned transport , Fully insured driver guide
 

One Day Tour Points of interest are:

  • Gordons Bay
  • Clarens Drive
  • Stoney Point Betty`s Bay – view Penguins
  • Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
  • Boat trip in Walker Bay – get up and close to the whales
  • Bientang Restaurant in the cliffs on the rocks
  • Wine Tasting at Creation wine Estate

About Our Whale Watching Tour

Our Whale watching tour starts in Cape Town and then proceeds to Gordons Bayvia N2. Gordons Bay a fishing village since the early 18th century when it was called De Fish Hoek, and now popular holiday and retirement village and includes the Naval College for Cadets Officers, our drive includes another another beautiful marine drive called Clarens Drive which winds along Kogelberg Nature Reserve with the magnificent False Bay on your right through Rooi Els,and on to Betty`s Bay to see the African Penguin widely known as the Jackass Penguin for its donkey-like bray at Stoney Point, followed by a stop at the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens and then on to Hermanus.

Hermanus is famous for whale watching between July and November and very popular retirement location. Those beautiful creatures once mercilessly hunted are now protected. The Whale Museum has a whale skeleton in it and preseats an audio visual daily of the whales and dolphins.

Hermanus was originally a fishing village,Hermanus is now a delightful cosmopolitan town and a popular tourist destination. It is known for its “whale crier” who blows his kelp horn when a whale is spotted.

You can experience great land-based whale watching from the cliff tops, or the old harbor, alternatively take a boat into the Bay and get right up and close to these magnificent creatures.

Lunch has to be experienced at the famous Bientang Cave Restaurant on the rocks. The day ends with a wine tasting at Creation Wine Estate.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 

Includes:
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking lunches, Air-conditioned transport Fully insured driver guide
 
Excludes:
Cost of Lunches and Drinks Cost of Cable Car up and down Table Mountain Cost of Entrance fees to Museums
 
Full Day City Tour 
  • Table Mountain
  • Signal hill
  • Walk through the company gardens
  • Walk through Bo Kaap
  • Scenic City Drive
  • Castle of Good hope

About Cape Town

The historic tour of Cape Town is essentially in the City Bowl with Table Mountain being the backdrop of this tour and includes taking the cable car up to the summit of Table Mountain for arguably one of the most magnificent sights of a city in the world – followed by a trip to, The Castle, Firing of the noon gun on Signal Hill, Bo-Kaap and Bo-Kaap Museum, traditional Cape Malay lunch at either Bo Kaap Kombuis or Biesmillah Restaurant and then a tour of the Company Gardens which includes visits to St. Georges Cathedral, The Slave Lodge, S.A. Art Gallery, Jewish Holocaust Museum, Green Market Square, St Georges Mall  and Houses of Parliament, a extra option will be Chavonnes Battery Museum at the V & A Waterfront.

Warm water proof clothing in winter is a must though even in the middle of summer it can get very cold on top of Table Mountain and suntan lotion is recommended.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day 
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 

Includes:
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking lunches, Air-conditioned transport Fully insured driver guide
 
Excludes :
Lunches and Drinks,  Entrance Fees Kirstenbosch , Cape Point & Boulders

About Cape Peninsula

The Cape Point Tour incorporates virtually all of the glorious Cape Peninsula and what it has to offer, from the Drive along Chapman`s Peak, one of the most exquisite marine drives in the world to the incomparable view at Cape Point where you can see the two oceans, The Atlantic and Indian meet and enjoy a seafood platter in the Two Oceans Restaurant while gazing across False Bay in what must be the most exclusive view in the world of any restaurant.

The Cape Point tour includes Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Hout Bay (feeding of the seals), Chapman’s Peak Drive, Noordhoek, Kommetjie, Misty Cliffs, Scarborough, Cape Point (lunch at Two Oceans Restaurant) Cape of Good Hope, The Boulders (see the Penquins), Simons Town, Fishhoek, Glencarin, Kalk Bay (The Brass Bell Restaurant for shooters and cocktails), and Muizenberg.

Come summer or winter the weather at Cape Point is highly unpredictable and so once again warm water proof clothing is recommended as is sun screen lotion.

  • Camps Bay
  • Twelve Apostles
  • Hout Bay
  • Chapman`s Peak
  • Cape of Good Hope
  • Cape Point
  • Boulders Beach – (See Penguins)
  • Simons Town
  • Kalk bay
  • Muizenberg
  • Kirstenbosch gardens
* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle
Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Includes:
Pick up & drop at home or hotel Pre- booking of wine tastings at wine estates & lunches Airconditioned transport between estates, Fully insured - driver guide
 
All tastings and lunches for clients account
  • Beau Constantia
  • Constantia Glen
  • Groot Constantia
  • Klein Constantia
  • Buitenverwachting
  • Constantia uitsig
  • Steenberg

About Constantia

Constantia is the oldest wine producing region in the Southern Hemisphere. This wine tour lets you step back in time to taste some of the most famous wines ever produced in South Africa.

In 1685 Hendrik Van Rheede to Drakenstein granted the grounds of Groot Constantia to Simon Van Der Stel the VOC Govender of the Cape of Good Hope .

Van Der Stel built the house with slave labour and planted vineyards, fruit and vegetables and raised cattle there on.

With Van Der Stel's Death in 1712 the estates was broken up and now comprises - Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia, Bergvliet, Constantia Glen, Beau Constantia and Buitenverwachting wine estates.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing:
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day Tours
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Approximate Duration:
Full day tour: 8½ hours (5 – 6 wine estates)
 
All tastings and lunches for clients account
  • Anthonij Rupert
  • La Motte
  • Leopards Leap
  • Grand Provence
  • Cape Chamonix
  • Dieu Donne
  • Haute Cabrierre
  • La Lude
  • La Petite Ferme
  • La Petite Dauphine

About Franschoek

Established originally by 176 French Huguenot refugees in 1688 and one of the oldest town in South Africa , now known as the culinary capital of South Africa having some of the best restaurants in the country including one of the top 50 in the world.

The Huguenot Monument at the end of the town is dedicated to the cultural influence of the first French settlers and today their influence is still found in the wide variety of boutique wineries which produce many prestigious award wining wines.

Originally called Elephants Corner due to the large Elephant herds that roamed the valley. First reconnaissance done by Simon van der Stel in 1687 and later called French Corner and finally Franschhoek due to the first 176 French Huguenots who had settled in the valley in 1688 Initially and grew to 201 by 1692. By 1700 over a million vine plants had been planted in the valley. Now home to famous wine estates such as : Anthonij Rupert Wyne, La Motte, Leopards Leap, L a Lude, Rickety Bridge, Dieu Donne`, Grand Provence, Haute Cabrieire`and Mont Rochelle.  The Huguenot Monument which stands at the end of the town is dedicated to the cultural, skills and craftsmanship of these early pioneers . Today Franschhoek is known as the culinary capital of S. Africa with such restaurants as: Orangerie at  La Lude, La petite Femme`, La Petite Dauphine, Ruebens, La Calombe, , Le Quatier Francais, Roca at Dieu Donne`and Haute Cabriere

For petrol heads the Franschhoek Motor Museum is a must see.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

Tour Pricing:
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day Tours 
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Includes:
Pick up & drop off at your home or hotel, Pre-booking of wine tastings at wine estates & lunches, Air-conditioned transport between estates, Fully insured driver guide
 
All tastings and lunches for clients account

About Stellenbosch

Founded in 1679 by the then govender of the Cape Colony Simon Van Der Stel on the banks of The Eerste Rivier. During 1690 French Huguenot viticultural refugees settled in Stellenbosch and immediately planted grapes in the fertile valleys around Stellenbosch making it the centre of the South African Wine Industry. Stellenbosch has the largest number of wine estate with 173 in the western cape and created what is known as the Stellenbosch wine route. Establish in 1971 by Frans Malan from Simonsig , Spatz , Sperling , from Delheim and Neil Joubert from Spier. Stellenbosch has arguably the best wine estates in the country if not certainly the largest variety. Stellenbosch is also a leading university town with roughly 29,000 students per annum.

Stellenbosch has arguably the best wine estates in the country if not certainly the largest variety with 173 magnificent wine estates.

Popular Wine Estates In The Area:
Hidden Valley, Uva Mira , Ernie Els, Stellenrust, Dornier, Waterford,  Van Rhyns , Jordan, De Morgenson, Neethlingshof, J.C. Le Roux, Beyerskloof, Glenelly, Muratie, Delheim, Simonsig, Tokara, Thelema, Oldenburg, Delaire Graff , Rust En Vrede.
 
* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle
Tour Pricing:
1-3 persons in a sedan – R840.00 p.p* - Full Day
4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R585.00 p.p** – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R340.00 p.p*** – Full Day 
 
Popular Wine Estates In The Area:
Oude Libertas, Kleine Zalze, Babylonstoren, Eikehof, Fairview, Spice Route and hundreds more
 
Recommended Start Time:
Full day tour: 8am
 
Approximate Duration:
Full day tour: 9 – 10 hours (5 – 6 wine estates)
 
All tastings and lunches for clients account
 
Stellenbosch
  • City Tour
  • Wine tasting
  • Wine Purchases
Franschhoek
  • Huguenot monument & museum
  • Wine Tasting & Cellar Tour
  • Lunch at any one of Franschhoeks top restaurants
Paarl
  • Visit superior wine farms in the beautiful wine region of Paarl
  • Options include Simonsvlei, Laborie, Riebokskloof, Fairview, Spice Route and Backsberg amongst others
  • Wine & Cheese Tasting

About The Winelands

This wine tour combines visits to the three oldest regions in The Cape Winelands. You’ll start your day in Stellenbosch, followed by a visit to Franschhoek. Last but certainly not least, your final visit of the day will be in Paarl.

* R2500.00 minimum per vehicle
** R3500.00 minimum per vehicle
*** R3999.00 minimum per vehicle

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