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Discover Cape Town, Winelands & Sabi Sands

Discover cosmopolitan Cape Town, explore the beautiful Cape Winelands and the culinary capital of South Africa, Franschhoek, before flying into the famous Sabi Sands Reserve for a luxurious Big Five safari adventure.

  • Explore the picturesque Mother City
  • Travel along the Cape Peninsula
  • Sample Fine Wines in Style
  • Take a Luscious Culinary Journey
  • Enjoy Big Five Safari Adventure
  • 9 Days & 8 Nights
  • Departs from Cape Town
  • Destination Expert on Call


  • Table Mountain
  • Robben Island
  • V&A Waterfront


  • Cape Grace
    Cape Grace

Discover the Beauty of Cape Town & the Cape Peninsula

When staying in cosmopolitan Cape Town, visitors are spoilt for choice with the many things to do and see!

Top of the list is surely Table Mountain, the Cable Way, running from the foot of the mountain to the top, is a must-see as the spectacular views are unequalled anywhere in the world.

For the more adventurous, a Helicopter flight offers a bird’s eye view of Cape Town and showcases the sights from a different perspective.

Robben Island, the home of ex President Nelson Mandela for twenty seven years during the apartheid years and now a national monument, is not to be missed.

Take a Township Cultural Tour, an excellent opportunity to be guided around the townships, interacting with the locals,

A visit to the District Six Museum gives you a further glimpse into apartheid and the forceful removal of a people from their land.

The Good Hope Castle dates to when the first Europeans from the Dutch East Indian Company set up a halfway house on their route to the Far East.

Relax at Company Gardens, the gardens date back to the Dutch East India Company’s time. It is now host to the National Arts Gallery as well as the South African National Museum. 

Travel the Atlantic Seaboard, located on the west side of the peninsula, here you will find Cape Town’s famous Clifton and Camps Bay beaches, renowned for their stunning surroundings and beautiful people. 

Also home to "The Republic of Hout Bay" a little Fisherman’s village and the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive. 

For something different, whilst you are in Hout Bay, take a boat trip to visit the Cape fur seals on Seal Island.

Further along the Peninsula is Cape Point, the most southern point of the Cape Peninsula and where legends tell us that the two oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian, meet.  This conservation area is breathtaking and will leave an impression that will stay with you for ever.


  • Historical Wine Cellar Tours
  • Culinary adventure


  • The Last Word Franschhoek
    The Last Word Franschhoek

Feast Your Senses in the Scenic Winelands

Franschhoek is arguably the most beautiful part of the Winelands and boasts a fifth of the country’s five star chefs.

In addition to the Franschhoek's culinary delights there is much to do and see in the Cape Winelands area.

Visit Stellenbosch with its tree-lined streets and historical architecture and Paarl, the ‘pearl of the Cape’, and enjoy wine tastings and cellar tours.

For something different why not go strawberry picking, grab a basket and head off to the orchards for a truely up-close-and-personal fruit picking experience!

Of course no visit to Franschhoek would be complete wihtout a Cheese, Wine & Chocolate Tour, a gourmet treat with stops at the top cheese and wine estates, as well as at a specialist chocolate shop located in Franschhoek.

A fun, healthy way to enhance your visit to the Cape Winelands is to work off all that over indulgence by either moutain biking or horse riding offering scenic rides through the hills and valleys of Franschhoek.


  • Big Five Safari
  • Land of the elusive Leopard


  • Singita Ebony Lodge
    Singita Ebony Lodge

Explore Prestigious African Big Five Country

The Sabi Sands Game Reserve is the oldest of all  the private reserves and undoubtedly the most exclusive private game reserve in South Africa.

As there are no restricting fences between the Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sands Reserve the wildlife roams freely between the two game reserves.

The reserve is home to the Big Five with the elusive Leopard being the star and also a number of endangered species, including Wild Dog, Bats, Honey Badgers, Oxpeckers and Ground Hornbills.

In addition to the twice daily games, which are carried out early morning and early evening, the best time to view the wildlife, there are numerous activities for guests to enjoy.

Accompanied by the professional guides and trackers gain a different perspective of life in the African bushveld with a guided walking safari.

After all the excitement of the day, relax and unwind with a signature treatment at the luxury Spa, before enjoying the African night sky with a delicious bush dinner.

Gain an insight into the local community with a cultural visit to neighbouring villages and better understand the local Shangaan people.

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