Cape Peninsula tour
Take a drive through the many fishing villages at the False Bay shore all the way
to Cape Point Natural World Heritage Site, while observing penguins at Boulders Beach
along the way.
'Play golf' The Cape Town region is home to many stunning golf courses. Just decide whether you like to play ocean-
Get a feel of the size of Cape Town and the Western Cape wine lands, ooh & aah about its beaches and marvel at the beauty of Table Mountain.
No doubt the best way to start your Cape Town experience is with a view from the sky.
The Cape Town region is home to many stunning golf courses. Just decide whether you
like to play ocean-
You will find the most beautiful beaches of Cape Town only a short drive away: peaceful Llandudno, mundane Clifton or vibrant Camps Bay. The scenic routes to the beaches themselves are an experience you won’t regret.
Shop till your drop
From all the renowned international luxury fashion brands in the V&A Waterfront to hip boutiques in Kloof Street and many markets with locally produced food and fashion, Cape Town truly is a Walhalla for every type of shopping enthusiast.
Since we are located in the oldest wine-
Enjoy a picnic at the beautiful winery of Vergelegen in Somerset West with views over False bay. Or visit Boschendal, near Stellenbosch and have a tasting under their trees.
Table Mountain hike
Located on the foot of Table Mountain National Park, we are in close proximity of some of the most beautiful hiking trails Cape Town has to offer, varying from easy strolls through Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden to challenging trails up Table Mountain.
Shark cage diving
Not for the faint-
One of the most beautiful road-
Kirstenbosch summer concerts
The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden are considered one of the most beautiful of the world. On summer Sundays a mixed crowd comes together, bringing their own drinks and pick nick baskets to enjoy the music concerts while relaxing on the grass.
This prision Island (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is a sad reminder of the apartheid era, only 30 mins away from the V&A Waterfront by ferry, the tour is guided by an ex prisoner and provides you a glimpse of the cruelties survived by former president Nelson Mandela.