Join us for a morning or afternoon orientation tour of the Mother City. Meet the locals, venture through the historical streets and experience the vibrant city center first-hand.
Discover the many facets of Cape Town’s culturally diverse communities. Hear stories of The Struggle first-hand from the locals to the informal settlements.
A breath-taking excursion through the famous Cape wine-lands. Follow the winemaking process – from the vine to the bottle, while journeying through Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Paarl.
Journey along the Peninsula’s spectacular coastline. Pass through charming Cape villages steeped in history to the mythical meeting place of two oceans.
Explore the lush landscape of Cape Town’s garden on this 4-day excursion through the nature reserves and coastline of the beautiful Garden Route.
Enjoy a scenic coastal drive and experience the languid beauty of the Southern Right Whale basking in the warm waters off the Hermanus coastline.
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