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From Cape Town: Full Day Tour to Hermanus

1. From Cape Town: Full Day Tour to Hermanus

Every year, from June to December a magical event takes place. The Southern Right Whales come to bask in the warm waters off the Hermanus coastline. This beautiful gift of nature cannot be missed when you are in Cape Town. This full-day whale watching and sightseeing tour will not only take you the Hermanus coastline, but will guide you along the scenic coast. Led by a registered tour guide the route will take you through the charming seaside towns of Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay. You will also have the chance to visit the famed Harold Porter Botanical Garden, the Fernkloof Nature Reserve, the Eglin region and Sir Lowry’s Pass. Of course, the highlight of this trip will undoubtedly be taking the time to watch the whales frolic in the warm waters. As an added option you are also welcome take a boat to look at them more closely. This tour is the perfect option for those looking to take part in a unique Cape Town experience.

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Cape Town: 3-Hour Bike Tour

2. Cape Town: 3-Hour Bike Tour

Learn about Cape Town’s heritage on a bike tour from the vibrant Victoria & Alfred Waterfront to the bustling inner city, and get up close and personal with its inhabitants along the way. Marvel at the urban landscape, and see sights old and present as you visit the historic fort of the Castle of Good Hope, journey down Adderley Street and go to the former township of Bo-Kaap. Cycle to Company Gardens and St. George’s Mall and see the impressive Green Point Stadium, where the 2010 FIFA World Cup was held. Explore the newly landscaped Green Point eco park and admire the oldest working lighthouse in South Africa.

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Garden Route and Addo Elephant National Park: 5-Day Safari

3. Garden Route and Addo Elephant National Park: 5-Day Safari

Experience the best of South Africa's Western Cape and look for wildlife in spectacular national parks, such as Addo Elephant National Park. Take part in a host of available optional activities, including a bungee jump off the world's highest bungee bridge and a tandem sky dive from 10,000 feet. Choose from a range of accommodation options and sleeping arrangements, including shared dormitories and bathrooms to save you money! Day 1: Cape Town – Hermanus – Cape Agulhas (D) Depart Cape Town/Stellenbosch early on Monday morning and head for Hermanus. Please note that shark cage diving clients will be picked up very early in the morning by the diving operator and will miss the first half of this day’s itinerary. Follow the scenic coastal road, stopping at Betties Bay to view a colony of endangered African penguins. Spend the afternoon in the seaside resort town of Hermanus, famous for the hundreds of Southern right whales during whale season (July to November) as well as its many shops, restaurants and markets. Drive to Cape Agulhas in the afternoon to discover the southernmost tip of Africa. Visit a viewpoint known as the “real” place, and see where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. Stay the night in Cape Agulhas/Struisbaai. • Included activities: Penguins at Betties Bay • Optional activities: Shark cage dive; whale-watching boat trip (in season, July – November). Day 2: Cape Agulhas – Oudtshoorn (B, D) Travel along scenic Route 62 on route to Oudtshoorn in the Little Karoo, known as the “Ostrich Capital of the World,” and experience South Africa’s longest wine route. Discover the subterranean beauty of the Cango Caves on a guided adventure tour, and then sample the local wine. Spend the night in Oudtshoorn. • Included activities: Local wine tasting; Cango Caves adventure tour Day 3: Oudtshoorn – Knysna – Sedgefield (B, D) Head over the spectacular Outeniqua Mountain Pass after breakfast, and explore the Wilderness National Park. Canoe up the Touw River through indigenous forest, enjoying the abundance of birdlife along the way. After about 40 minutes, swap your canoes for a 2-kilometer hike along a boardwalk to a lovely waterfall and rock pools. Next, go to the famous town of Knysna via the spectacular Lake District of the Garden Route. Explore the upmarket town, filled with curios, restaurants and a picturesque waterfront, where you can have lunch and do some shopping in your free time. Continue to the Knysna Heads viewpoint for some spectacular views over the Knysna River estuary and Indian Ocean. Spend the late afternoon exploring Sedgefield and its beaches, and enjoy the spectacular views before you retire for the night. • Included activities: Canoeing and hiking in Wilderness National Park Day 4: Sedgefield – Tsitsikamma – Addo (B, D) Enjoy breakfast, and then depart for the Tsitsikamma National Park. Stop at Bloukrans Bridge to see the world’s highest bungee jump bridge along the way. There will be plenty of time for adventure seekers to test their courage should they choose. Spend the afternoon in Tsitsikamma National Park, and discover its unique combination of indigenous forest and Indian Ocean coastline. Benefit from a wide choice of activities in the park, including long and short hikes, crossing a suspension bridge or swimming. Leave the Garden Route in the late afternoon, and head for “Big 5” country at Addo Elephant National Park. Stay the night at the Avoca River Cabins in the Addo area. • Included activities: Entrance to Tsitsikamma National Park • Optional activities: 216-meter bungee jump at Bloukrans; treetop canopy tour Day 5: Addo Elephant National Park – Port Elizabeth Spend the morning exploring Addo Elephant National Park for up to 2-3 hours. Look for indigenous animals in the 28,000-hectare national reserve, including approximately 600 elephants along with Cape buffalo, lions, black rhinos, warthogs, zebras, eland, kudu, hartebeest and many more. After an exciting morning of game viewing, drive to Port Elizabeth for a drop off at the location of your choice between 13:00 and 14:00. • Included activities: Entrance and 2-3 hour drive through Addo Elephant National Park by tour vehicle • Optional activities: 2-hour open vehicle game drive with an Addo Elephant National Park field guide

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Skeleton Gorge to Table Mountain Cable Car Hike

4. Skeleton Gorge to Table Mountain Cable Car Hike

Hike through the lush landscape of Skeleton Gorge from Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens to the upper cable car on Table Mountain. This is one of the most popular routes to the upper cable car via Maclears Beacon.  Alternatively, you can return down Nursery Ravine back to Kirstenbosch in a round trip (without using the cableway). Experience the iconic natural landmark of Cape Town from a fresh perspective.  With a luscious canopy of green indigenous trees and dense fynbos (indigenous only to Table Mountain), this popular route includes fantastic views of Robben Island, Cape Town City, West Coast and the Twelve Apostles. Hike via Maclear's Beacon at the top of the eastern end of the mountain, and reconnect with the natural world as you encounter a beautiful canopy of indigenous trees and dense fynbos. Enjoy fantastic views of Robben Island and Cape Town, along with the west coast and Twelve Apostles mountains. 

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Cape Town: Winelands Full-Day Tour

5. Cape Town: Winelands Full-Day Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Cape Town's wine country on a guided tour. Visit the 300-year-old Jordan Wine Estate. Enjoy your first wine tasting stop and explore the historic town of Stellenbosch on foot. Stroll among the Cape Dutch-style buildings and leafy streets. Arrive at your second wine tasting at the Lanzerac Estate, the first farm to produce Pinotage, a South African wine made from the only South African grape variety. After your tasting at Lanzerac, climb the hilly and winding Helshoogte Pass to the Delaire Graff Wine Estate. Take in views of this striking winery sitting among the rugged mountain landscape. Have a lunch break at the winery's restaurant (not included) before journeying to the historic one-street town of Franschhoek. Enjoy its scenery of manicured vineyards surrounded by mountains. Take in a final wine tasting at Richard Branson's Mont Rochelle Estate. Choose from a variety of reds and whites on offer.

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What people are saying about Cape Town

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based on 3 reviews

We enjoyed a wonderful and informative tour around the city. I am not a cyclist and was very nervous at first, but I soon got the hang of it all under the watchful and caring eye of our guide, Bevan.

We did the tour on our first day in Cape Town and it was a really nice way to get to know the city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and likeable! Recommended!

Great biking through Cape Town city and learning much of the historyBo-Kamp and the las 10 kms on the coastal route. Great guide!

Really good tour around Cape Town city centre, hearing some of the history of various locations.

Fantastic scenery. Matt the guide made the hike to a fantastic experience.