Cape Point     Winelands    Whale Tour (Hermanus)

A range of day tours are available . These are conducted by a qualified Tourist Guide or by a skilled driver . The Tourist Guide is available to give you history and detailed information on what you see along the tour. Should you choose a driver only,  then the tour is regarded as a Chauffeur Drive and the rates are considerably lower . Tourist Guides are freelance guides that operate for us on that day only. The drivers are permanent staff members and have many years of driving experience which enable them to show you all the important sites and stops along the route - you  won’t miss out on any place of interest.  Below is a brief outline of the various tours and what you can expect to see during the day.  


This must be the most scenic tour the country has to offer.


The Atlantic Seaboard is an area that stretches along the coastline of  Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay where some of Cape Towns best beaches and most expensive real estate are found.
Hout Bay, a growing fishing village, join an optional boat cruise to see a Cape Fur Seal colony. The local fish market is also worth a visit.
Chapmans Peak with it‘s spectacular views of Hout Bay from the top of the mountain pass.
The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is part of the greater Table Mountain National Park. This is home to more than 2000 plant species and a number of different animals that include ostrich, zebra, wildebees, bontebok, baboon and a variety of birds. At the tip of the reserve is Cape Point and an optional funicular trip to the old lighthouse with the breathtaking view of Cape of Good Hope below.
Boulders Beach to view the African Penguin Colony.
Simons Town, home to South Africa’s largest naval base.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, the  most spectacular Botanical Gardens in South Africa.


R 1800 per day (vehicle and driver for 1-9 persons)
R 1000 per half day (4 hours)

R 2600 per day (vehicle and tourist guide for 1-9 persons)
R 1800 per half day (4 hours)


Cape Point

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A leisurely day  spent travelling through the many vineyards the region has to offer. We can tailor the day to suit your requirements or special interests. This is also a scenic tour that can be enjoyed by both non drinkers and wine lovers alike.


Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in South Africa. Cape Dutch style houses and a vibrant university make up the town centre. Spend some time walking the streets of this very historic town.

Wine tastings and a cellar tour.

Oom Samie Se Winkel - an old trading store, well worth a visit.

Visit Spier Estate and spend a few moments touching  a Cheetah (optional)

Franschhoek - called the French Corner was home to the French Huguenots who settled in 1688.

Paarl wine region is home to the Afrikaans Language Monument and superb wine estates such as Nederburg, KWV and Fairview (perhaps taste some goats cheese).

To make the most of your day on this tour allow us to plan ahead and try to set up a cellar tour or tasting at the vineyards you would like to visit. This is not always possible but we could at least make the effort for you. As a rule the tour is meant to give an overall feel of the region and its many beautiful sites on offer.


R 1800 per day (vehicle and driver for 1-9 persons)
R 1000 per half day (4 hours)

R 2600 per day (vehicle and tourist guide for 1-9 persons)
R 1800 per haf day (4 hours)



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Hermanus is home to the Southern Right whale during the months of July to November.


Scenic drive along the False Bay coastline

Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

Possible wine tasting in Hermanus area

Whale watching

Returning through the Grabouw region

Sir Lowry’s Pass

This tour is aimed at giving you the chance to see as many whales as possible . This is along the outbound route and in Hermanus itself . The high cliffs are a  perfect viewing platform from which to watch these gentle giants of the ocean. It must be understood that we make every effort to see whales but there is no guarantee that the weather will play it’s part or that  the whales themselves will make an appearance . However the route we take in both directions is really spectacular coastal and mountainous areas. The town of Hermanus is very picturesque and it’s wonderful exploring the many quaint little shops around the old harbour area. Boat based whale watching is a possibility from Hermanus and we would need to pre-book this if you should be interested. Boat based watching is presently on a trial period and studies will determine if this has any effect on the whales or not. Currently it is a possibility.


R 3000 per day (vehicle and driver for 1-9 persons)

R 3800 per day (vehicle and tourist guide for 1-9 persons)


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