STELLENBOSCH WINE TASTING
Within an hour of drive you can exchange the laid back look and feel of the Cape Peninsula for the charming landscapes, old Victorian style towns and bucolic estates of the Winelands destinations such as Stellenbosch and Franschoek. Learn what the secrets are to why South Africa are famous for their wines, sample them yourselves and see if you can acquire a palette for the finest wines of the Western Cape. A day of breath taking views, sophisticated fun and a cultural exploration.
Begin to learn about South Africa’s haunting past and what makes our country such an interesting place to live, as you fall in love with the story of our struggle. Celebrate in our victory as you understand how far we have come, and what challenges we have faced. Revel in our strength as you perceive the conditions in which we are subjected to, yet witness how determined we are to never be ruled by our circumstances.
INDOOR FOOD AND WINE MARKETS
Cape Town is a melting pot of different cultures and ethnic groups, which stimulates an interesting artistic influence in the city, and there is no better place to experience the authentic atmosphere that manifests out of Cape Town, than by going down to the local food and wine markets. You can find something to satisfy everyones craving, from Craft Beers, to SA homely cooked “pooitjie pots” and even patisseries for the sweet teeth in the group.
Explore the Southern most tip of Cape Town.
This day involves panoramic views of the Cape Peninsula with both Atlantic and Indian Ocean in all its glory. The exciting wildlife spotting such a penguins, baboons, ostrich, whales and African “bokkies” make this day an all round adventure.
TABLE MOUNTAIN&LIONS HEAD
If you dare to climb the ladder thats scales the mountain wall during the full moon pilgrimage up Lions Head then your in for wondrous site of the City lights of Cape Town under the glow of the full moon rising.
Table Mountain is done by day as we venture up Skeleton Gorge through the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens or we scale Platteklip Gorge, but either way the panoramic views of Cape Town are out of this world and the Cable Car ride down is a whimsical cherry on top of the day.
CAPE TOWN BEACHES
With two Oceans surrounding Cape Town’s peninsula there are bound to be some beach days. We spend lazy afternoons and wander the elegant street on the pristine Camps Bay Beach or pack our boards, booties and dags for a mission to Llandudno or Noordhoek Beach in time for the sunset and something to eat.
“Table Mountain National Park defines the city. The flat-topped mountain is the headline act, but there are many other equally gorgeous natural landscapes within the park’s extensive boundaries. Cultivated areas, such as the historic Company’s Gardens, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and Green Point Park, also make exploring the city a pleasure. Follow the lead of locals by taking full advantage of the abundant outdoor space: learn to surf; go hiking or mountain biking; tandem-paraglide off Lion’s Head; abseil off the top of Table Mountain – just a few of the many activities on offer”
– Simon Richmond, Lonely Planet Cape Town South Africa.