Cape Town: 5 Day Tour Itinerary
Day One: Tour 1
Table Mountain, Lunch in Bo-Kaap, Scenic Coastal Drive, Camps Bay with Sunset Drinks
Begin your tour with a morning pickup from your accommodation in Cape Town. Start the day easy alongside your expert guide. Look forward to visiting Table Mountain, one of the new seven natural wonders. See 360 degrees of breathtaking sights, as you ascend to the top. Walk along sandy footpaths and breath in the attractive and unique smells of fynbos. Unwind and find solidarity moments as you gaze down upon the Mother City.
Next, be taken to the brightly painted Cape Malay neighbourhood. Explore Bo-Kaap on foot along its cobbled stone streets and admire the colourful houses. After working up an appetite, be taken to an iconic restaurant where you can sample hot, spicy, and sweet Cape Malay cuisine.
Next, we head to Camps Bay. Relax and enjoy free time with magnificent views of the Twelve Apostles, palm-lined beaches, and sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean. End off with a spectacular coastal drive, with a stop-off at a secret location. Celebrate with a glass of Méthode Cap Classique (MCC). Your guide will take you to your accommodation in Cape Town.
Day Two: Tour 2:
Cape Winelands: Full day in Franschhoek
Just a short drive from Cape Town, we head to the little French corner found nestled between rolling meadows and centuries-old vineyards that stretch out towards distant towering mountains. Franschhoek is justifiably world-famous for its superb local cuisine and award-winning wine and retains a heavy French influence today.
A visit to Franschhoek is not complete without a premium wine tasting tour. You're in for a delightful experience where you'll visit 4 to 5 world-renowned and family-owned wineries to sample different varietals.
Discover the tranquillity of an underground cellar and indulge your senses with seductive and robust reds. Savour rich, fruit-driven whites and taste Méthode Cap Classique (MCC) with wine pairings.
Day Three: Tour 3:
Cape Peninsula: Small-Group Full-Day Tour with Penguins
Discover attractive fishing villages along the Cape Peninsula. Enjoy a mountain drive that winds through the world-famous Chapman's Peak. Spend time watching the endangered African Penguins at Boulders Beach. Next, visit Cape Point National Park and see towering stone cliffs, endemic fynbos, breathtaking bays, beaches, and rolling green hills and valleys. Explore a lighthouse and see the Cape of Good Hope. End with a late afternoon drop-off to your accommodation.
Day Four: Tour 4:
Robben Island V & A Waterfront
Look forward to visiting the prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 18 years during Apartheid. Take a ferry across Table Bay and venture out to sea to discover the secrets of Robben Island (+- 45 minutes ferry ride). You'll disembark at the main quay, where you can take a slow and quiet walk past an exhibition of photos of Robben Island.
Next, uncover the dark history of South Africa as you make your way through the prison. Alongside an ex-prisoner, you'll learn about the cruel stories as you walk past the cold corridors and passages. You'll soon find out what daily life was like in the Maximum Security prison.
After your guided excursion board the ferry that will take you back to the gateway.
Next, explore the trendy tourist hotspot V&A Waterfront. Your guide is on hand to take family photos. Because this is a private tour, you'll have the time to enjoy all the sights at your own pace. Explore a tasty food market, ride the Cape big wheel or explore the Aquarium.
Afterwards, be taken to your accommodation in Cape Town.
Day Five: Tour 5:
Kirstenbosch and Constantia Valley Wines Route
Uncover the delicious smells and spectacular gardens of the world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on a walking tour. Take a stroll among the treetops on the boomslang. Afterwards, you'll spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the overflowing and lush green valleys of the Constantia Wine Route situated south of Cape Town between False Bay and the icy Atlantic Ocean. A destination rich history and the oldest wine-producing area in South Africa - old Constantia was known worldwide for its legendary sweet dessert wines, drunk by aristocracy and royalty. Our world-class experience will connect you to three of the best wine estate in the Constantia Wine Valley.