Winelands & Capetown- 8 days- price starts from 1350 USD pp based on two persons sharing. Ex international flights, including breakfast and carhire. (prices can fluctuate due to seasonality and availability)
Day 1 Stellenbosch
On your arrival into Capetown you will be met by our representative. You will be taken to the rentar car office and handed over your travel instructions for Stellenbosch. The hour drive to the oldest town in South Africa after Capetown in easy and give you beautiful vistas. The town is the oldest in South Africa after Cape Town. Oak-lined streets next to water furrows compliment the many fine examples of elegant Cape Dutch, Victorian and Georgian architecture which is on display.
Accommodation: the River Manor – River Manor Boutique Hotel & Spa is a graciously restored retreat at the leafy heart of historic Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands. River Manor nestles quietly under Stellenbosch's ancient oaks beside a river. South Africa's second oldest settlement, it is an ideal base for exploring the Western Cape and its renowned Winelands.
Day 2-3 Winelands
After your breakfast some time is reserved to exploring the town before venturing into the surrounding Winelands. The Stellenbosch Wine route is the oldest, largest and probably the most visited of the Southwest Cape’s wine routes. Many of the estates are very old, their gabled, whitewashed Cape Dutch Homesteads, rolling vineyards and shade-dappled grounds are beautiful beyond measure. You can visit two of these fine estates where the art of wine making in South Africa is experienced first hand. A large variety of cultivars can be sampled and specific cultivars which appeals to your palette are sure to be found. Return to Stellenbosch for your stay in the River Manor late in the late afternoon.
Day 4- Capetown
Enroute to Capetown. Capetown is the second-most populous city in South Africa. The city is famousfor its harbour as well as its natural setting in the Cape floral kingdom, including such well-known landmarks as Table Mountain and Cape point. It is hailed as one of the most beautiful cities in the world as officially recognised by Forbes National Geographic has also enlisted Cape Town as one of the most iconic cities on the planet and "Places of a Lifetime".
Accommodation: Clarendon de Bantry Bay This sophisticated and sun-drenched luxury guesthouse is perched above the brilliant blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and offers visitors a truly extraordinary experience. The Clarendon is within easy reach of the city center, Clifton Beach and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. There are ten large en-suite bedrooms with either a sea or a mountain view. An enclosed garden and pool offer privacy and coffee, tea and cakes are available at all times on the terrace. Dinner is offered on request, but there are a wide variety of restaurants within close proximity.
Day 5-7 Capetown
These days are at leisure to explore the Cape Peninsula and its beautiful surroundings. You could visit Cape point national park. Inside the reserve you will find a variety of animals including buck, baboons and Cape Mountain Zebra as well as over 250 species of birds and indigenous flora that is found nowhere else in the world. Take a scenic drive, stop at one of the many picnic spots and tidal pools and travel to the Lighthouse lookout by funicular or on foot for spectacular views. Or expore the cities many shopping malls and restaurants.
Day 8- Departure
This morning you will head to the airport for your departure.