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!
Access Park 0r Go Cart Racing
Cape Towns biggest Factory Shopping Park with over 60 outlet shops that include all the popular brands. It’s a wonderland of magical factory shops offering a wide range of exciting products and services. You’ll be astounded by the variety of shops in this bargain hunter’s paradise. Outlet stores, factory shops and much more.
If Shopping is not for you and then you can always pop next door for a bit of adrenalin rush as you challenge your friend for the king of speed.
(go cart price: 10 laps = R110, 15 Laps = R130, 20 Laps= R150 to pay there)
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.
Grand West Casino & Entertainment Complex
Come try your luck at the slots or tables if you’re feeling daring. Grand West offers most of the popular games such as poker, blackjack, and roulette, as well as many slot game options for all pockets. With over 2 500 slot machines, Grand West is the largest casino in South Africa.
If you prefer your entertainment a little less risky, you could catch a movie, go ice skating or bowling and enjoy a meal or a drink.
(includes all entrance fee)
West Coast Ostrich Farm & Blouberg Beach
Learn and interact with these amazing animals. You can even sit on a Ostrich. Afterwards we will drive to Blouberg Beach, on the West Coast with its famous view of Table Mountain, the beaches are extremely popular with water sports enthusiasts – particularly kite surfers and windsurfers. End the day of with a cold beer at the Blue Peter Bar with Table Mountain as your backdrop.
R350 (inl transport, Buffet, cold drinks,, bring or buy your own beers or wine)
African Resturant – Mzansi in Langa Township Township eatery Mzanzi serves buffets of traditional African meals accompanied by cultural bands and music. Owners Nomonde and Ace will be your hosts. After a warm welcome you’ll help yourself to an Afro-Western buffet selection while you get into the groove with a local jazzy Marimba band.
“”the best night out I had in Cape Town” – Elaine, Brazil
I“what fun, great food” – Sebastian, Germany
R300 (includes all entrance fee)
World of Birds + Hout Bay Indoor Market
The World of Birds in Hout Bay is a bird and wildlife sanctuary with over 3000 birds, monkeys and other animals in natural surroundings.
A visit to Hout Bay is not complete with at Bay Market, Bay Harbour Market is situated on the water’s edge in the old authentic part of the Hout Bay Harbour and boasts more than 100 stalls in an old fish factory, including arts, crafts great food and live music.
R550 Includes all tastings and entrance fees
Wine Tour – Full Day
Let the weekend begin, and what a better way to start than by tasting some of the Cape’s finest wines. The tour will take you through the historical and majestic towns of Stellenbosch and Franschoek, where you’ll travel through the vineyards and visit some of the best wineries. Includes all tastings and entrances.
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.