Cape & The Winelands

Cape & The Winelands

5 Days / 4 Nights

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• Cape Town • Cape Peninsula • Cape Point • Cape Winelands

Cape Town is one of the world's most beautiful cities with a combination of out-of-this-world coastal scenery and urban sophistication. Cape Town is also the gateway to the historical Cape Winelands, famous for its world-renowned wines and European influences including its beautiful Cape Dutch architecture.

Cape & The Winelands map

Day 1: Cape Town Personal 'meet and greet' on arrival and private transfer to your hotel of choice.

Day 2: Cape Town You will be collected from your hotel for your private tour Cape Point Tour. This full-day tour takes in the scenic highlights of the Cape Peninsula, beginning with the four secluded beaches of Clifton, as well as the sidewalk cafes and bars of trendy Camp's Bay. The next stop is the spectacular coastal suburb of Hout Bay, a former fishing village with a long, sandy beach facing a bay framed by the mountains. Explore the restaurants, shops and markets of Mariner's Wharf, a harbour-front emporium with a distinct maritime ambiance. Depending on whether the road is open, the tour will continue along the breath-taking Chapman's Peak Drive before heading to the Cape of Good Hope to explore the nature reserve, see the Diaz Cross and perhaps even indulge in lunch at a local restaurant. From here you will travel to Simon's Town, famous for its naval military base, and then visit the charming penguin colony at Boulders Beach. The tour ends at the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, set against the eastern slopes of spectacular Table Mountain.

Day 3: Cape Town > Winelands You will be collected from your hotel for your Private Full Day Winelands Tour. Indulge in a full day in the spectacular Cape Winelands. The estates visited will vary according to your preferences, but the tour includes the region's major wine producing areas and visits some beautiful wine estates for tastings of high quality vintages. Nestled in a valley where the French Huguenots settled in 1688, Franschhoek is a delight for antique lovers and gastronomes (the town boasts some world-famous eateries). South Africa's second-oldest town, Stellenbosch provides another glimpse of classic 17th and 18th century Cape style, with a chance to browse quaint Dorp Street, visit the museum or explore the many galleries and shops of this university town. Wine tastings are tailored to the estates' opening hours and the guests' wine preferences.

Day 4: Winelands Today is at leisure to explore vineyards, fruit farms, antique shops and more.

Day 5: Winelands > Cape Town Return to Cape Town and transfer to the airport.

• Tailor-made journey with local guides • 4 nights' in your selected category of accommodation • Private transfers and transport • Private sightseeing including entrance fees • 4 breakfasts

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Booking conditions

• Prices are based on a minimum of 2 passengers travelling together • Prices are based on the lowest season available • Prices for solo travellers are available on request • Please contact World Journeys for pricing on your specific dates of travel

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