Duration: 4 Day

Price: R19,600


Day 1: Cape Town Half Day Tour
Daily Tours
Morning –
Depart: 08:00 – 09:00
Return: 12:30 or
Afternoon –
Depart: 13:00 – 14:00
Return: 17:30

 South African Museum & the Company Gardens
 Parliament buildings
 City Hall & Castle of good Hope
 Malay Quarter/ Bo-Kaap
 Green Market Square
 Signal Hill
 Camps Bay & Clifton
 Short Diamond factory tour (optional)
 Wi-Fi on board
Visit above highlights + Table Mountain (cable car fee not included & weather-
Visit above highlights + Table View for a “postcard view” of Table Mountain.
Night at the Hotel: Rockwell Hotel 4* ( or similar)

Day 2: Golf Day
Today you will spend the day at the Clovelly Country Club golf course (or similar)
Nestled in the pristine and tranquil Silverline Valley close to Fish Hoek in Cape
Town lies Clovelly Country Club
Clovelly is one of the most frequently visited courses
Clovelly has always been one of the most popular clubs in the Western Cape
Look forward to a nice and challenging game of golf on a well maintained golf

Night at the Hotel:

To get a taste of the thriving centre of the Mother City, in the shelter of Table Mountain,
a Cape Town city tour is not to be missed. Here you will find a number of the Cape’s top
attractions, from the imposing Castle of Good Hope to the colourful cottages of the Bo
Keep, the bustling Green Market Square, the South African Museum, the beautiful
Company Gardens and plenty more to see. With an experienced and knowledgeable
guide, and from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, you will be able to learn more
about the Cape Town CBD and its surrounds, in a city tour that is sure to leave you with
plenty of memories and photographs of this part of the Cape.
Some interesting facts you will encounter on this tour:
•    The Castle of Good Hope, which stands proudly on the outskirts of the business
district, was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC). The
Castle was developed as a maritime replenishment station, and from 1678 it was the
centre of civilian, administrative and military life at the Cape until the area grew and
operations expanded elsewhere. Today, the Castle is the seat of the military in the
Cape, and is open for visitors to explore and learn more about its history.

Tucked under the slopes of Signal Hill, the Bo Keep is a fascinating and vibrant area
that was somehow bypassed in the forced removal policies of the Apartheid. Also called
the Malay Quarter, this area is characterised by its multi-coloured cottages and steep
cobbled streets, as well as its exotic Malay culture. No tours in Cape Town would be
complete without a visit to the Bo Keep!

• For those who enjoy a sense of history, the South African Museum offers a look at
life throughout the ages in South Africa. Many exhibits can be found here, and there is
also a Planetarium situated within the building. The museum is situated in the Company
Gardens, which holds the Seat of Parliament. Pristine lawns, shady paths, ornate fish
ponds, statues of past leaders and plenty of curious squirrels are just a part of the
Company Gardens’ charm.

Other highlights that you can enjoy on a Cape city tour include a stop past the famous
Blue Flag beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. These beaches lie along the Atlantic
Seaboard, which stretches from the Waterfront all the way through to Hout Bay along
the Atlantic coast. Situated just a few minutes away from the city centre, the beaches
are ideal for sunbathing and water sports (even if the water is somewhat chilly). All of
this and so much more can be enjoyed on these memorable Cape Town city tours.

• Signal Hill is a prominent landmark from which the historic noon gun is fired, and
forms the “lion’s body” for the adjacent Lion’s Head mountaintop. The hill rewards hikers
with spectacular views across Table Bay harbour, the central city and the Atlantic
Ocean. Many family-friendly picnic spots on Signal Hill are favoured by tourists and
locals all year round.

Cape Peninsula Full Day
The full day Peninsula Tour will take you around the entire Cape peninsula and show
you the wonders of Cape Town – from the pristine beaches, to the spectacular sight of
Cape Point, where the oceans meet. Also be sure not to miss the sensational visit to
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

1. Clifton & Camps Bay
Situated along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay have been
awarded Blue Flag status, offering pristine white beaches and beautiful, clear waters
that make these beaches highly popular with locals and visitors alike.
2. Hout Bay & Seal Island Boat Trip
The small fishing village of Hout Bay is often jokingly referred to as the ‘Republic of
Hout Bay’ by Cape Town locals, and has the sense of being an entirely separate town.
A beautiful beach, delicious fresh seafood, bustling markets and plenty of restaurants
make this suburb a must-visit on any Cape tour. You will also have the option of going
to admire the thousands of seals that inhabit the Seal Island.
3. Cape Point
Cape Point and the spectacular nature reserve that lies in this area is one of the most
famous landmarks in Cape Town, and for good reason. Situated on the very tip of the
peninsula, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the
area spans across landscapes such as rugged cliffs, lush fynbos and vast open spaces
– no Cape Town tour is complete without a visit to Cape Point.
(1h 30min)
4. Simons Town & Camps Bay ; Penguin Colony

Simon& 39;s Town is the seat of the SA Navy, and has a charming coastal town atmosphere
and a vibrant history. Here you can find a thriving harbour, a toy museum, navy
museum and plenty of other sights – nearby is also Boulders Beach, which is one of the
only places in the world that you can swim alongside penguins.
5. Kalka Bay
The quaint suburb of Kalka Bay runs along the Main Road, with the False Bay coastline
running on one side, and the mountain on the other. Along the Main Road lies a host of
veritable treasure troves, from antique shops to costume shops, bakeries, restaurants
and plenty more. The area is also excellent for whale watching during whale season
(June to November).
6. Muizenberg
Muizenberg is world-renowned surf spot, where people from all parts of society join in
communion to enjoy the wonders of the ocean. Shark spotters keep a lookout for
potential danger roaming in the bay.
7. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offer visitors a haven of peace and serenity at the
foot of the Devil's Peak mountain. Let yourself be enchanted and your senses roam free
in the sights, smells and sounds of this luscious forest.

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  • Breakfast
  • transfer

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