This 3-day journey visits South Africa’s top attractions, beginning in the city of Cape Town. The tour concludes with malaria-free Big 5 game viewing in a private reserve after continuing along the picture-perfect coastline. Your journey begins with a 2-night stay in a hotel in Cape Town, after which you continue on to Stellenbosch, the region’s capital. Before returning to Cape Town, you continue to your final stop for your Big 5 safari after indulging in food and wine.
When you arrive in Cape Town, your first stop will be a sightseeing tour of the city’s center, the vibrant Malaysia neighborhood of Bo-Kaap, Greenmarket Square, and the Union Buildings. The tour will come to a close as you take in Signal Hill’s most beautiful sunset while taking in a wide-angle perspective of the Mother City. If the weather is suitable, take the cable car up Table Mountain (tickets not included) to take in the breathtaking panoramic views of Table Bay, Robben Island, the Atlantic coast, and the most breathtaking Cape Peninsula. During the sunset boat in Granger Bay in the evening (optional; not included). In Cape Town, spend the night in a hotel.
After breakfast, visit the famous Cape wineries. Drive through the scenic valleys of Stellenbosch. With over 300 wine estates, more than 100 of which are available to the public, the Stellenbosch Wine Route is possibly the most well-known in the entire nation. By visiting a wine estate, doing a farm tour, and sipping wine, one can experience the South African way of life. Then, in open 4×4 vehicles, we will travel to Aquila Private Game Reserve for a sunset safari. Drive back to Cape Town in the late evening. Spend the night in a Cape Town hotel.
Today you will have a full day excursion to Cape of Good Hope. There is a scenic drive along the Western coast via small picturesque fishing harbor of Hout Bay where we will go on a cruise to Duiker Island, the seal and seabird colony. We continue through Chapman’s Peak, a 10-km stretch blasted into the partially vertical rock considered one of the most spectacular coastal roads. Then we will visit the Cape Peninsula National Park (tickets not included) that contains beautiful coastal scenery, beaches, diverse plant and animal life, shipwrecks, and dramatic mountains. We take a funicular up to the historic lighthouses placed at the tip of the point after arriving at Cape Point. The view of the cliffs, boulders, and boundless ocean from here is breathtaking. Explore the historic colonial resorts of Muizenberg and Simonstown on the way back to Cape Town in the afternoon. Our next visit is Boulders Beach, which is home to a sizable breeding colony of penguins.
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