Cape Town Day Tours
Our Cape Town days tours are privately guided by licensed experienced tour guides so you can dictate the time and the pace of the tour.
If you prefer a scheduled group day tour of Cape Town we can do that for you as well.
If you don’t find what you want in the list of our Cape Town day tours,we will design a special tour just for you while you are in Cape Town.
Half, Full day,Evening tours,Luxury cars,sports cars,vans,helicopter tours,scenic plane rides,bikes,sidecars,as you want it for your private Cape Town day tours.
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Our Cape Town Day Tours:
Scenic Cape Town Tours
Possibly the # 1 scenic tour in South Africa. Up via the Atlantic, down via the Indian ocean with the penguins,fishing villages,Cape Point and a stop at one of Forbes magazine 2019 “coolest top ten neighborhoods in the world.
Table Mountain with a city tour works well together.Option to walk up Table Mountain,Cape Malay cooking in a locals home,art/craft market,etc.
Rated as the # 1 botanical garden in the world could be a half,full day or as part of a city tour.
Usually sunset cruises up the Atlantic seaboard.
A less visited however very laid back area with small villages,fishing villages,inland lagoons, bird hide’s,a Bushman cultural center.One of the fishing villages restaurants obtained a # 1 restaurant award in 2019.
Generally between June to November with August to November the peak time.
Between mid August to mid September,part of the famous wild flower phenomena that runs up the West Coast.We offer multi day flower tours that rural wineries,the flowers,and a visit to a unique safari park that works well in conjunction with Kruger National Park.
Wineland and Food Tours
We can custom design any of these Cape Town Wineland and Food Day Tours to your needs and remember to ask us about the wines that can be pared with Von Geusau fine chocolates specially crafted to compliment the wines.
- The cape winelands tour by bike,
- The cape winelands by horse back,
- Wine tasting on foot experiences
A sample of a full day Cape Winelands privately guided tour who will discuss with you what your preferences are
Same as the full day tour however we add in cheese and chocolate tastings which will include the wines that can be pared with Von Geusau fine chocolates specially crafted to compliment the wines.
A unique full day wine tour to the Outer winelands.Less people,beautiful scenery,just as good quality wines.
Constania is a upmarket suburb on the side of Table Mountain that has a small wine growing area.
On this day we combine whale watching and wine tasting,Seasonal between June to November.
A different approach in that we combine wine tasting with some of the award winning olive oils/olive tastings in the area.
A outer winelands full day experience for wine,cheese,chocolate tastings in this quite laid back mountain rural village.
Elgin is home to a rich apple agricultural industry which we explore along with wine,brandy,and some good quality restaurants.
Cape Town Cultural/Historical Experiences:
A combination of walking and driving cultural tour that can be a half or full day.Lunch in a township restaurant with a live marimba band
A walking tour of the historic/culturally important area of Cape Town.Cape Town is a compact city so the area covered is not that large.
A visit to the Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.This tour takes about 4 hours as you ferry out/back to the Island.The afternoon schedule with a later return on a clear day offers some photographic opportunities of Table Mountain
A township tour that includes a visit to a vibrant township gospel church.
Usually a 2 hour learn to make Cape Malay food and then eat what you made in a local home in the colorful Bo Kaap area.
Experience some of the local African food and support a township cooking school in the process.
About Cape Town
The people of Cape Town are an eclectic mix of people from all over the world who represent cultures as diverse and bright as the colors of the rainbow,hence the name the Rainbow Nation.
The guides we use on our Cape Town Cultural/Historic/township tours,live in the area.
Its a very personal experience,and your participation on these tours helps to spread the Tourism Income…Eco Tourism at its very best.
Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa, and as a result Cape Town’s rich colonial history has endowed the city with some distinctive old buildings in the distinctive Cape Dutch style with its whitewashed walls,ornate gables and thatched roofs.
However while Cape Town may be the oldest city in South Africa with a distinctly European beginning,the area was inhabited long before the Dutch first settled here.
The Bo-Kaap is home to the oldest existing community in South Africa that has not been subject to forced removals.
Previously called the ”Malay Quarter“,this area housed the many slaves brought out, mainly from Java, in the 17th and 18th Centuries.
Their attractive, brightly coloured, flat-roofed houses, decorative mosques and the sound of the muezzin calling over the city streets have remained relatively undisturbed for all this time.
The Bo-Kaap Museum documents the history of the area,and a meal in one of the local restaurants is a culinary delight as well as a cultural experience.
Today South Africa’s economic divide is no more apparent than in Cape Town where the ultra rich often live just minutes away from the very poor.
However while the townships and Cape Flats may represent the poorer half in monetary terms,they are rich in culture and heritage.Music,food and creative flair define these areas and a tour to these parts is a must.
A host of museums on a huge range of the usual subjects like natural history,cultural history and just plain ordinary history complement the smaller ones like the District Six museum, a doll museum and a police museum.
Of course, a visit to the Robben Island museum,followed by a ferry trip and a tour of the island itself,where you will get to see Nelson Mandela’s old cell.
Culture is about how people live — how they organize their lives. So you can choose from a range of cultural tours.
Most involve a drive out to one or more of the townships of Nyanga, Langa, Gugulethu, Crossroads or Khayelitsha, where you can
- see how local people live,
- visit historic sites mostly pertaining to the struggle against apartheid,
- shop in the open air markets,
- enjoy a drink or a meal at a shebeen (township tavern)
- and, if you like, even consult a traditional healer or sangoma.
Afrikaners,English,Germans and Africans have all found their space in this bustling metropolis of Cape Town,where opera and ballet are often interchangeable with kwaito (a popular South African music genre) and hip-hop.
Another area is the Observatory area, which is Cape Town’s bohemian capital where Rastas,Trendies and students share space, while De Waterkant village is Cape Town’s pink capital and has helped cement the city as an destination of choice for gays from around the world.
Walk Long Street at night and marvel at the mix of locals and visitors and during the day browse the many markets dotted around the city.
Cape Town’s rich culture can be experienced through its live music venues, superb restaurants, varied art galleries and excellent museums.