We love to showcase the best of the Cape! Join us on one of our unforgettable guided full-day tours of Cape Town, and experience the best of Cape Town and its surrounding areas.  From the pristine coastal reserves and beaches along the coast, to the famous wine estates in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, our tours take you across the Cape’s top destinations, for an unforgettable day amidst the many attractions that can be found in Cape Town and its surrounds.

We will give you a list of suggested tours, and on arrival your guide will discuss the various options with you. Due to the Cape’s inclement weather, itineraries might need to change on the day. Our guides always check the weather patterns to ensure that you see as much of Cape Town in your limited time.

To avoid queues we always pre book Table Mountain, Robben Island and other tourist attractions. Lunch and dinner venues will be recommended and we suggest pre booking. We will gladly assist in booking any hotel or restaurant choices.

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Suggested Tours

Some of the Cape Town tours that we highly recommend are listed below.

Table Mountain
Table Mountain

When in Cape Town, weather permitting, a tour to Table Mountain should be number one on your list!

The top of Table Mountain offers spectacular views views of the city, Robben Island and the Peninsula.  You could choose to walk up the mountain, please let us know in advance and one of our registered guides will accompany you. An easier option, is the 85-year-old Cableway which provides one with a quick trip to the top of the mountain.

The journey takes a little more than 5 minutes and the high tech rotating cable car offers the best views of the city. There are trips up and down every 10 – 15 minutes and the cableway operates 7 days a week, with the first car heading up at 8h00. The departure time of the last car down depends on the time of the year, and varies between 18h30 and 21h30.  Once at the top, over 3500ft above the city, you will find a vast network of well-marked paths to explore as well as strategically positioned lookout points,, souvenir shops, a self-service restaurant and coffee shop.

When you book for the Table Mountain tour, we will will pre book your tickets to avoid the long queues!

Robben Island
Robben Island

There are few places in South Africa that bear the weight and sheer historical importance of Robben Island, and a trip to the former prison serves as a jarring reminder of country’s troubled political past.
From the moment you arrive at the humble island, just a short ferry ride from the V&A Waterfront, you’ll feel the impact of this World Heritage Site, and guided by a former inmate on the island, you’ll receive unparalleled insight into the significant role that each of the island’s inmates collectively played throughout apartheid.

The experience begins before you even set foot on the island, however, as you walk through the fascinating multimedia exhibitions and museum shop at the Nelson Mandela Gateway. From there, you board a ferry, which will whisk you right through to the shores of the island. A quiet walk through the prison will take you past Nelson Mandela’s cell, which in many ways serves as a pilgrimage for both local and international visitors, and will leave you feeling both reflective and uplifted as you absorb the surroundings of one of the world’s most significant political landmarks.

Cape Peninsula
Cape Peninsula

Join us for a one day tour of the Cape Peninsula. Our registered guide will ensure that you have a memorable day!

We leave your Cape Town hotel in a luxury sedan or air-conditioned minibus, and head south along the Cape Peninsula to our frst stop Hout Bay, a coastal neighborhood that sits roughly halfway between Cape Town and Cape Point. Hout Bay is a fishing village and has retained its friendly, small-town appeal. Enjoy time at leisure here – perhaps exploring independently, or visiting nearby Duiker Island to see its colony of  Cape fur seals.

We continue via Chapmans Peak to the southernmost edge of the Cape Peninsula at the far end of Table Mountain National Park to reach Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. With roughly 1.5 hours at leisure here, you can explore on your own or perhaps visit one of the reserve’s cafes for lunch. Time permitting, stroll down to Cape Point to see the actual tip of the peninsula where the Atlantic and Indian oceans collide.

On the way back to Cape Town, visit Simon’s Town on the False Bay Coast for a look around and head to Boulder’s Beach to see e colony of African penguins.

Return to your Cape Town hotel via the pretty towns of Fish Hoek and Muizenberg with your final stop at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.