This fantastic wine tour explores three of Cape Town’s exquisite wine regions – Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. This ensures that every palate is entertained with a variety of tastings at award winning estates. The scenic route is filled with stunning landscapes and provides a perfect backdrop to compliment the flavours of all the wines you will be tasting. The bucket-list day culminates in a test of skill where you are offered the opportunity to blend and bottle your very own wine as a souvenir to take home with you.
Craft Gin & Beer tour
Especially crafted for beer and gin lovers, this tour is appeals to all your senses and is filled with flavours! You will spend the day in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, which is not only wine country, but also home to some of the best breweries and distilleries. The tour explores three artisanal gin distilleries, three craft beer breweries, and event has a coffee and biltong tasting experience.
Garden Route Tour
On our Garden Route group tours you’ll journey along some of the most beautiful stretches of landscape in south Africa. From Western to Eastern Cape, you have the chance to see lagoons, lakes and some of the most exquisite beaches in the country. Lush indigenous forests and mountainous terrain will take your breath away too, and they certainly make for exceptional photographic opportunities. Along the way you’ll have the chance to stop at some renowned destinations on the route – enjoy wine tasting, game viewing, delectable meals in serene settings and much more
Robertson Wine RouteThis route represents over 50 wineries and tourism establishments from the towns; Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson.
The Cango CavesExplore the age old Cango Caves while in Oudtshoorn and stop off to sample some of South Africa’s finest ostrich products. The brave at heart can even attempt to ride these majestic birds
The Outeniqua PassThis scenic pass connects George and the Garden Route coastal plain with Oudtshoorn and the Little Karoo.
A SafariSituated between the magnificent Outeniqua mountains and unspoiled beaches of the Indian Ocean, ion the outskirts of Mossel Bay, the 3000-hectare Botlierskop Private Game Reserve is a malaria free, family owned and privately operated game lodge is home to an abundance of animal and birdlife including 4 of the Big 5. Other activities on offer include spa treatments, elephant-back rides and horseback safaris.
The Dias Museum in Mossel BayThe Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex is the second biggest provincial museum affiliated to the Western Cape Dept of Cultural Affairs and Sport in South Africa.
Great White Shark Cage Diving (Optional)Take a bite out of nature with a cage dive, where you’ll come face to face with one of these incredible apex predators. You will have a full, adrenalin packed 2-3 hours at sea with the possibility of seeing the Cape Fur Seals and even Southern Right Whales when in season. At the first sight of a dorsal fin, which seldom takes long, anticipation mounts as your cage is gently lowered. Brace yourself to come face-to-face with one of the most awe inspiring creatures known to man. No diving experience necessary. All dive and safety equipment are included.
The Knysna HeadsThe Knysna Heads are a pair of sandstone cliffs, at the western and eastern ends of the two peninsulas, separating the Knysna lagoon from the sea beyond
Zip Lining (Optional)The first of its kind in Africa, the canopy tour involves zip-lining from one platform to another along a steel cable suspended up to 30 meters above the forest floor… Discover the secrets of the spectacular and unique wilderness of Tsitsikamma Indigenous forest. As you enter the forest you’ll encounter Hard Pear trees, Giant Yellow Woods, beautiful Tree Ferns hundreds of years old and other interesting Forest Flora. Stand beside a colossal Outeniqua Yellowwood and feel like a dwarf against this spectacular giant.
Cape To kruger
This 12-day tour is not for the faint hearted! Taking road tripping to the next level, this is definitely the best way to see the diverse and unique landscapes that make South Africa one of the top destinations in the world.
A few of the many highlights of this fantastic tour, include the Robertson Wine Route, where some of the country’s top wines are produced, shark cage diving in Mossel Bay, an ocean safari in Plettenberg Bay, sand boarding in Jeffreys Bay, horse riding beach trails in Port Alfred, visiting the birthplace of the legendary Nelson Mandela, picking mussels for dinner in the Transkei’s Coffee Bay, a treetop canopy tour and cheese and chocolate tasting in the Natal Midlands, a township tour in Soweto, the Sterkfontein caves, where man first originated from, and of course game drives to spot the Big 5 in the Kruger National Park.
Depart Cape Town – Robertson Wine Route, Outshoorn Cango Caves and ostrich farm. Overnight in Outshoorn
Drive down to Mossel Bay, for shark cage diving or swimming with seals, and then on to Knysna where you can sample fresh oysters from the region, and finally on to and Plettenberg Bay, where you will be spending the night
Activities in Plettenberg Bay include (some of which are at an additional cost), an ocean safari, the wolf sanctuary, the Africanyon advenure (swim, hike, and abseil through a waterfall and down a canyon through streams and waterfalls, with optional cliff jumps). Overnight in Plettenberg Bay.
Depart Plettenberg Bay and head up the east coast to Jeffreys Bay to check out the legendary surf spots highlighted in the Pro tour. Go sand-boarding in the powdery dunes, and do a spot of shopping in the surf apparel factory shops, where you can pick up brands like Billabong, Quicksilver, and Rip Curl among others. After lunch hit the road to Port Alfred, where you can go on a horse-riding trail to secluded beaches, and through shady dune forests with stunning views out to sea, where you may see one of the dozens of shipwrecks in the area.
Leave Port Alfred and make your way to the Transkei’s spectacular Coffee Bay. Along the way you will have a chance to stop in Mvezo, the birthplace of Nelson Mandela, and Qunu, where he grew up and is now is final resting place. Once in Coffee Bay, you will be able to pick mussels for dinner, and have an African drumming lesson.
Depart Coffee Bay for the Natal Midlands, where you will go on the Midlands Meander, the arts and crafts route, go zip lining through on a treetop canopy tour, and have an opportunity to do some cheese and chocolate tasting!
Back on the road to Johannesburg, a.k.a Egoli – the city of Gold. The Soweto township tour is next up, where you will see the Apartheid Museum, the Hector Petersen Museum, and the famous Vilakazi street, which has been the home of two Nobel Peace Prize winners – Nelson Mandela, and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Head out to the Sterkfontein caves, where a permanent hominid exhibition is displayed. Paleontologists and archaeologists consider this to be one of the top archaeological sites in the world. The Lesedi Cultural village is next up – here you will see traditional singing and dancing and enjoy a gastronomic feast of African dishes.
Time to get into the bush, as you head up to the Kruger National Park to explore in an open safari vehicle with a professional guide. An excellent opportunity to spot the Big 5 wildlife animals as well as other antelope, reptiles and birds.
The tour now comes to an end as you are transported back to Johannesburg for departure home, or to your next holiday destination
Various Historical Landmarks, Hiking and More
Adventure Cape Town not only caters to the adrenalin junkie and wildlife lover; our city is also rich with culture too.
We offer guided day trips to various historical landmarks like Robben Island and The Castle of Good Hope, various hikes in and around the Cape Peninsula.