Take this 8 hours private tour to the Winelands from Cape Town
This tour sends us inland to the Cape's famous winelands region, passing through some of South Africa's oldest towns. With breathtaking views, a rich cultural history and some of the best wines and brandy's in the world, it is definitely a tour with something for everyone! Our first stop is in the quaint town of Stellenbosch where the oak trees line the streets and the sidewalks are littered with boutique shops and eateries. I will give you time to do some shopping or simply to soak up the atmosphere at one of the colourful coffee shops before heading out to a nearby wine farm. The farms that I have handpicked will give you an insight into the regions old and modern style of estates. Lunch will be served at one of the countless award winning restaurants in the Franschoek region and will be based on your preference, be it local cuisine or a French fine dining experience. After lunch we finish off with a stop at one or two more wine estates, one of the great museums or art galleries in the area.
9 am: Pick up.
10 am: Free time in historical Stellenbosch.
11 am - 1 pm Wine tastings.
1 pm: Lunch in Franschhoek.
3 pm: Wine tasting and or local museums.
5 pm - 6 pm: Arrive back at hotel.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting location is at your hotel.
End location: End location is at your hotel or hotel in winelands if you are transferring.
Duration: 8 hours
Transport will be in a fully licensed and registered luxury 7 seater Hyundai H1. It comes with passenger liability insurance and air conditioning.
Luxury airconditioned vehicle with refreshments on board.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
400 Rand - R400/30USD will give you roughly two tastings and a good main course at a restaurant.
Wine tastings and lunch.
I am a registered tour guide for Cape Town and the garden route. I will be able to accompany on all tours without restrictions within the Western Cape province.
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The day we went to the Winelands with Iggy was stormy and cold, requiring considerable resourcefulness on his part. Whenever the rain was worst, he would shepherd us into a winery for a tasting and perhaps a bit of time by a roaring fire. His suggestion for lunch was perfect and the entire area was green and gorgeous. The day was a great success--the Cape area got much needed rain and we had a wonderful day, thanks to Iggy.