Cape Town

Let the natural beauty of Cape Town seduce your senses and stir your love for nature and adventure. Drink in the panoramic vistas of the glittering blue Atlantic Ocean from atop the Table Mountain and take a relaxing stroll in the botanical gardens too. Satiate your lust for adventure with hiking, surfing, biking, and paragliding at the perfect spots, and have fun with whale watching also before diving into the cage of ferocious white sharks.

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SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town with Garden Route

10 Days

Must Do Adventure

  • The idyllic citadel of Knysna provides accommodation in the heart of lush green indigenous forests, serene blue lakes, and beaches that glitter in the golden light of the Sun. Drink in the breathtaking views of the deep blue lagoon and explore the marine reserve of sea horses and 200 different species of fishes.

    Treat your eyes to the stunning views of Knysna
  • At the zenith of the scenic Cango valley lies the spectacular natural wonder of the underground, the famous Cango Caves. Stop to admire the colossal halls and towering formations of vibrant limestone. Sculptured by Mother Nature through centuries, Cango Caves will fascinate your vision with hues galore.

    Brace yourself to be amazed at the colorful Cango Caves
  • Treat your family to a unique and fantastic Bushveld Experience of South Africa amid the Klein Karoo. Spend the night in the wilderness in a luxurious tent set against the picturesque backdrop of the mountains. Explore the dense forests by taking part in bush safaris and night drives.

    Explore the wilderness at Buffelsdrift Game Lodge

Bucket List Experience

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Cape Town

The first day of the Cape Town Tour begins at Cape Town. Cast of the weariness and jet lag and get ready to indulge in the delectable delicacies of the South African Cuisine, before settling down to catch a glimpse of the mesmerizing orange skies during the Sunset. Have fun at the Leopard Bar of The Twelve Apostles Hotel and prepare for crazy adventures like paragliding over Cape Town, hiking up the Table Mountain, diving into a cage of fierce of sharks, horse riding, and more.

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Cape Peninsula

Take a short but jolly cruise from the shores of Hout Bay to flirt with the playful seals, or stay at the land and explore the colorful local markets, whatever pleases your soul. Feast your eyes on the backdrop of mountains and the blue Atlantic below while driving along Chapman’s Peak to the picturesque Cape of Good Hope. Spend the rest of the day of the Cape Town Tour at Boulder’s Beach to get up close and personal with the cute and soft African penguins. 

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Stellenbosch Winelands

The Cape Town Tour will remain incomplete if you do not savor the distinct flavors of South African wine. Stellenbosch Winelands boasts of first-class wine farms and vintners that strive to give you a taste of the finest wine served with rich history and art. Begin the wine-tasting tour at Babylonstoren garden, the beautiful garden to table model of wine farm. Savor the classiest of French Wines at Marianne Wine Estate next. Dig into fruity, savory, sweet, and spicy ice-creams at Clos Malverne served as a complementary with sparkling wine. Let the dying Sun lead you back to Cape Town again.  

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Head over to Sedgefield for the fascinating combination of dramatically varying lush landscapes, delicious food, wildlife, and more. Feel the rush of adrenaline as the car snakes through the rugged mountain pass and makes its way to the Wilderness National Park during the Cape Town Tour. Life will slow down to a remarkably tranquil pace, with slow canoeing through the gorges. Imbibe in the serenity of Sedgefield that envelopes you with the merry tunes of kingfishers, scenic sunsets, and an overwhelming feeling of peace.

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Jeffreys Bay

The trip to Jeffreys Bay during the Cape Town Tour is a quirky combination of adrenaline and calmness. The morning will find you admiring the rugged sandstone cliffs of Knysna in all its beauty and calm. But the afternoon will set your adrenaline racing with bungy jumping from Bloukrans Bridge, the highest Bungy bridge in the world. Savor an overdose of thrill by zipping along the risky waterfalls into the Kruis River Gorge.  

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Oudtshoorn offers a lifetime opportunity to touch the nose with a beak of the ostriches of South Africa in the thriving Ostrich farms. You will feel overwhelmed with joy at the sight of the magnificent birds during the Cape Town Tour. Ruffle their feathers before making way to the Cango Caves of colorful limestone and the Buffesldrift Game Lodge of wild animals living life king size in their habitat. Do not come back to the hotel without drinking on the milky white light of the stars that shine like lamps in the black and cloudless sky.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Visit  is between January and February, the months that boast of favorable weather, lower costs of travel and other expenses, and fewer crowds.  

Travel Guide


The port city, Cape Town, is located at the southwestern coast of South Africa, beneath the towering Table Mountain, on a peninsula.

Capital City

Cape Town is the capital.

Main Airport

Cape Town International Airport

Language Spoken

The languages spoken in Cape Town include Afrikaans, English, Xhosa. Afrikaans is the most widely spoken language.


Get your local currency converted into South African Rand before setting out for the Cape Town Tour.


The citizens of the US do not need a visa to enter Cape Town for a visit up to ninety days.


The standard values are 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the plug point is suitable for power plugs of types D, M, and N.


The WHO and CDC recommend typhoid, rabies, yellow fever, polio, meningitis, measles, rubella, mumps, Tdap, shingles, chickenpox, influenza, and Hepatitis A and B vaccinations before entering Cape Town.

Emergency Calls

The emergency phone call numbers are 10111 for national, 10177 for an ambulance, and 112 for the cell phone.

FAQs about Cape Town

What is internet access like in Cape Town?

Wi-Fi access is readily available in hotels, cafes, and restaurants. Most of the locations of Cape Town provide hotspots for tourists. 

Can I use my mobile/cellphone while in Cape Town?

Get hold of a prepaid sim card or “pay as you go” sim card from the Cape Town International Airport of MTN and Vodacom companies.

What are the toilets like in Cape Town?

You will find clean and western-style toilets all over Cape Town. 

Can I drink the water in Cape Town?

Bottled and tap water is readily available all over Cape Town. Drink tap water in Cape Town, as it is perfectly pure and potable.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Cape Town?

Major credit cards are accepted in almost every hotel, restaurant, and shopping center in Cape Town.

What is ATM access like in Cape Town?

Carry sufficient cash while on tours. However, ATM centers are available all over the city.

What to wear in Cape Town?

It’s pretty warm in January and February, so pack in your sundresses, hats, summer casuals, denims, and shirts to enjoy heartily on your Cape Town Tour.

Is Cape Town safe for women to travel solo?

It is perfectly safe for women to travel solo at the Cape Town Tour