Half Day Tours

This tour takes you on a scenic drive via Muizenberg, Fish Hoek & Simon’s Town, which includes a visit to the penguins @ Boulders Beach. After the Penguin viewing, we continue on the scenic road to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Here we get an introduction to the beautiful indigenous fauna and flora and unsurpassed views from Cape Point. Return to Cape Town via Ou Kaapse Weg.


  • Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.
  • Cape Point.
  • Penguin Colony.
  • Scenic drive through Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg.

Hop onto the bus and make our way (10 min) to the city centre.

Here we exit the bus and start the walking tour around the older part of the city pointing out the sights of interest and explaining Cape Town’s important part in the old world trade routes.

Once we have completed the walking tour we head up to the Cape Town Aerial Cableway to ascend up Table Mountain which is the most iconic landmark of South Africa. It is also the country’s most photographed attraction and its famous cable car has taken millions of people to its top. Table Mountain has become the single most welcoming icon to not only our people, but travellers from all over the world and has been declared one of the world’s seven natural wonders.

Tour includes

  • Cable Car
  • (Cable car is subject to weather conditions)
  • Guided transport
  • Walking tour

Kirstenbosch is one of the world’s largest botanical gardens. It lies on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. Kirstenbosch is one of nine national botanical gardens in

There are more than 7,000 plant species, or types, in Kirstenbosch. The garden contains mostly South African plants, including native fynbos (scrubland) and forest areas. The garden grows beautiful flowering plants, such as the protea and heather, a large number of flowering bulbs and huge cycads (palmlike tropical plants). Many types of birds can also be found living throughout Kirstenbosch.

After the guided walking tour through this beautiful area we board the bus and travel to Groot Constantia wine farm for a wine tasting.

Groot Constantia’s rich history shows how one man’s love of wine established South Africa’s first wine farm more than 330 years ago and how those 891 morgen of land formed the origins of the commercial South African wine industry, with Emperors and Kings such as Frederick the Great of Prussia  and Louis Phillipe (King of the French) buying ‘Constantia Wyn’ at auctions across Europe.

After the tasting and cellar tour we head back to Cape Town via the Atlantic seaboard . Arriving back in Cape Town in the early evening

Travel approx. 40 min to Simonsig Wine Estate on the outskirts of Stellenbosch for your first tasting with includes Methode Cap de Classique.

Simonsig Wine Estate’s wine making tradition is rooted in our commitment to consistently produce wines of international standards, to be enjoyed by all.

After the wine tasting, we travel to Stellenbosch for a short but informative walking tour. Alternatively take some time out to relax at one of the numerous coffee shops or eateries.

After the Stellenbosch tour, we travel to Spier for a red and white wine tasting before we head back to Cape Town.