8-Days Cape Town and West Coast Vacation


Capetonians are rightfully proud of their country’s oldest metropolis, popularly known as the Mother metropolis. You may visit Cape Town’s rich diversity, the renowned Cape Winelands, and the distinctive West Coast with the help of a committed, amiable, and informed driver-guide. You can visit during any week of the year! This tour includes 20 meals, including tips, in addition to many other things. You won’t be required to pay an additional fee, which is good news for solo passengers.

Tour highlights

  • Travel to Belle Maroc
  • Visit Table Mountain, Hop On-Hop Off Tour, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Diamond Museum
  • Cultural Township Tour
  • Transfer to Columbine Nature Reserve
  • Khwattu San Guided Tour
  • Boulders Penguin Colony, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
  • Explore Franschoek

    Price Includes:

  • Park fees
  • All mentioned activities
  • Full board accommodation
  • Service of a professional driver-guide
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Airport transfer
  • Meals
  • Bottled drinking water

    Price Excludes:

  • International flights
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Tips
  • Personal items such as Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees
  • Some meals

Itinary in details

When you arrive at Cape Town International Airport, you will be taken along the shores of Table Bay to your accommodation in the seaside resort town of Bloubergstrand. Belle Maroc Blouberg is located on the Atlantic Ocean’s edge and offers breathtaking views of Table Mountain across the bay. Enjoy a delicious meal that night while watching the sunset over the ocean, and then take a leisurely stroll down the beach to commemorate your arrival in South Africa’s Mother City which marks the beginning of your new adventure.

After a leisurely breakfast, you will be driven to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (V&A), where you will board the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus that will take you to Table Mountain and back. You are shown everything that the urbane Cape Town has to offer along the way. When you get out at Table Mountain, you ride a revolving cable car to the summit of Cape Town’s most famous natural landmark as you soar above the city. It is one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and is 3563 feet above sea level. Table Mountain is a location of myth, folklore, and breathtaking views. It is located within the Cape Floral Kingdom, one of only 6 Floral Kingdoms in the world and the most diversified. When you get back to the V&A, you can shop and eat lunch. The Shimansky Diamond Experience allows visitors to learn about a diamond’s journey from the center of the Earth to a glittering jewel.

This day’s tour is special. Living with the aftereffects of apartheid practices, the people you’ll meet have formed unique communities in the townships you’ll visit. The five townships that are on the itinerary are Gugulethu, Bonteheuwal, Khayelitsha, and District Six. Every single one has an own history and flavor. In the 1970s, District Six’s 60,000 residents were forcibly relocated to the desolate outer parts of the Cape Flats after their homes were destroyed. District Six had been a thriving community of various races and religious beliefs established by former slaves in 1833. Visit a school creche in Langa, the oldest black township in South Africa, to meet the kids and learn about their struggles and successes in spite of their environment. Your lunch hosts will be a native Khayelitsha family. Your next journey starts this afternoon as you travel north along South Africa’s renowned West Coast. Before supper, unwind at your hotel with a view of the lagoon after checking in.

You can get a special perspective of this West Coast region in the morning by taking a cruise on the lagoon and a portion of Saldanha Bay. The West Coast Fossil Park, a National Heritage site, is the next stop on your five million-year journey. This Miocene record is one of the broadest yet found. There have been discovered here the remains of early mammoths, short-necked giraffes, saber-tooth cats, bears, and saber-tooth cats. After that, you’ll have lunch at Paternoster. The town is well-known for its distinctive architecture, immaculate white beaches, hard-to-harvest rock lobster, and other fresh delicacies from the ocean. After lunch, you may have bokkoms, a specialty of the West Coast, at Bokkomlaan in Velddrif. Silvery mullet that has been salted is bundled up and hung to dry. The West Coast Gallery features works by more than 100 local artists as a result of how inspiring this historic, timeless, and charming fishing community of Velddrif.

You leave the West Coast National Park’s harsh vegetation and huge lengths of sand that along the Atlantic shoreline this morning. You can stroll through fields of brilliantly multicolored wildflowers in the spring, which in South Africa is between September and December, and come across a variety of creatures. The Khwattu San Culture and Education Centre, situated on an 850 acre Nature Reserve inside an extraordinarily valuable historical and archaeological setting, is the next stop on your time machine. The Centre is a totally distinct kind of museum that not only teaches the narrative of the San people but also of humanity as a whole. It is an Award-Winning Heritage Center. It takes just over an hour to get to your hotel, a traditional Cape Dutch manor home surrounded by the stunning Constantia Valley vineyards and forests. Before your delectable supper, take in the peaceful sunset over the breathtaking views of the mountain and valley after checking in.

The full-day journey of the Cape Peninsula today begins in Simon’s Town, at Boulders Beach. After that, enjoy the scenery as you go to the Cape Peninsula’s southernmost tip. Cape of Good Hope, Cape Maclear, and Cape Point are three promontories that rise more than 200 meters above the ocean in this area. You travel to Hout Bay for lunch, a charming village with a fishing harbor and a photo stop at Chapman’s Peak. A 40-minute cruise tour from Hout Bay takes you through the well-known Maori Bay Wreck to the Duiker Island Seal Colony, which serves as a sanctuary for hundreds of wild Cape Fur Seals. You may visit the biggest bird park in Africa not far from Hout Bay.

What better way to start your final day than by driving towards the Winelands while taking in the spectacular vistas of the Stellenbosch Hills? A great day of food, cheese, and wine produced on the region’s centuries-old vineyards is guaranteed thanks to the laid-back ambiance. Some of South Africa’s best wines and stunning buildings may be found here. Awe-inspiring illustrations of the region’s Cape Dutch dwellings are tucked among the lush and abundant vines. Given that the area produces a wide variety of cheeses made from both cow’s milk and goat’s milk, if you enjoy cheese you’ll love the options for cheese tasting there. You can work up an appetite once again by following the paths of flowers and wildlife that run through the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve overlooking the Franschhoek Valley. These paths will take you to another culinary delight for dinner on a wine estate.

Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel or at the Cape Town International Airport, depending on your itinerary, before taking off for your return flight or a subsequent excursion while on vacation.

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