In the second part of our our tour guide’s series, we share two more must-do tours while you’re exploring beautiful Cape Town.
If you missed the first part of our series, you can view our tour guide’s recommendations, here.
Constantia Wine Estates and Kirstenbosch
The Constantia Valley is situated right on our doorstep, only 17 km from Cape Town, and the oldest wine producing region in the southern hemisphere. Home to some of the world’s finest wines, the wine route consists of ten wine farms, each with their own distinctive heritage and premium wines. The Constantia wine tour takes you into the heart of the Constantia Wine Route, with unparalleled views of the valley and the vineyards. Each wine estate has their own heritage and premium wines.
Bonus: The Constantia Wine Route is only 27km from the airport.
While this tour does have a heavy focus on wine, we also recommend spending some time at the world-famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens while you’re in the area, possibly with a bottle of wine from one of the local estates?
View our Constantia Wine Route Tour here.
The City through Camps Bay via Chapmans Peak to Noordhoek
If there’s one tour you do during your time in Cape Town, we suggest that it be this one – the iconic Cape Peninsula Tour. Starting from the vibrant heart of the city, we head around the peninsula, for jaw-dropping views at every turn.
This tour goes as far as Cape Point, including time there at your leisure and a stop at Simon’s Town on the False Bay Coast for a look around and head to Boulder’s Beach to see a 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. From the famous palm-tree lined beaches of Camps Bay, through to Hout Bay and Noordhoek’s farm village and laid-back lifestyle, we can’t recommend it highly enough.
View our Cape Peninsula Tour here.