Monday
07 Nov
Depart 13H15
R200
City Tour – A Must for New Students!!
Get orientated in Cape Town and see the sights of the city. Learn the history of South Africa, what to see where to go. We will visit Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay, the Company’s Garden, the Castle, Parliament, the view of the city from Signal Hill and much, much more!

Tuesday
08 Nov
Depart 14H00
R80
Canal Walk
A shopper’s paradise; with over 400 shops, entertainment, cinemas, restaurants and coffee shops. Canal Walk merges the world’s most desirable brands with shopping convenience and entertainment with everyday leisure, all in a majestic setting.

Wednesday
09 Nov
Depart: 13H00
R250
Kalk Bay or Muizenberg Beach (best beach for surf lessons)
Hire a surf board or go for surfing lessons at this famous surfers beach.
Otherwise go and discover this wonderful seaside village on the south peninsula. There are markets, many antique shops and lots of bars/restaurants right on the water. Stroll along the harbour wall as you watch the fishing boats coming and going.

Thursday
10 Nov
Depart: 13H00
R350
Township Tour with drinks @ Mzolis
Come and experience the magic and mysteries of the townships. Learn about South African history and what the effects of apartheid had on the people of SA. You’ll be taught a little bit of Xhosa, the local African language, to help you interact with the local community.

Friday
11 Nov
Depart: 13H00
R350 includes cellar tour and tasting
Groot Constantia Wine Estate (oldest)
A visit to South Africa oldest and most historic wine estate is a must. Spend the afternoon tasting and exploring the Vineyards of this legendary estate. Taste the wines that Napoleon drank and the other nobles of Europe rank. Groot Constantia is noted particularly for its production of high-quality red wines, including Shiraz, Merlot and blended red Gouverneurs Reserve. In 2003 the estate began production of a Constantia dessert wine, called Grand Constance for the first time since the 1880s. ( new route includes extra wine farm & tasting)

Saturday
12 Nov
Depart 08H00
R600
Whale Route To Heramnus
The town of Hermanus in Walker Bay on the Cape south coast offers possibly the best land-based whale watching in the world. The animals can be clearly seen from a scenic cliff-top walk, where the local Whale Crier points you in the right direction. Apart from whales the town of Hermanus offers many good restaurants, markets and shops to explore.
Our tour sets off along the scenic coastal road, Clarens Drive, which offers spectacular views of False Bay. We will make a stop at the penguin sanctuary in Bettys Bay for the best place to see the African Penguin in their natural environment.
We return over Sir Lowry’s Mountain Pass which offers amazing views of False Bay with its long stretches of white sandy beaches. On a clear day it is possible to see Cape Point in the distance across the Bay. An optional whale boat ride in Heramnus is possible.

Sunday
13 Nov
Depart 08H30
R550
Excl Boulders Beach R60
Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope
This full day tour is a wonderful journey to visit Cape Point, the legendary meeting place of two great oceans and home of the “fairest cape in all the world “, the most South Western tip of Africa the Cape of Good Hope. Along the way we view the beautiful beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay, the Twelve Apostles, Hout Bay and the Scenic Chapmans Peak Drive. The return will takes us through the suburbs of Cape Town, past UCT and Groote Schuur Hospital where the first heart transplant was done.