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Both the township tour and Robbens island were incredible.

What wasn't great was that there was an issue with our tickets the night before. Our driver, Sam, didn't make us aware of the issue until after the township tour and resigned to the fact that we just weren't going to be able to go to Robbens. We were told none of our geoup of 12s tickets were paid for and we would be dropped off at our hotels. That was completely unacceptable to my group of 4. We told Sam we wanted to go to the ticketing office at V&A and discuss our tickets with someone else. After much back and forth, the tickets "magically appeared." We went to the ticketing office. They were unable to accommodate us on our original 1pm ferry and were moved to 3pm. The change in time did effect other plans that we had, which we were not happy about.

A Fantastic end to our 21 day trip to South Africa.

This was great value for money. The weather was poor so the boat was changed, we went on the upper deck and enjoyed the view especially the pod of whales we saw totally out of season followed by a fantastic sunset. Following our return to V&A we had a nice 3 course dinner at the City Grill to end a superb holiday taking in the Winelands, Garden Route, a Safari on Amakhala Game Reserve east of Port Elizabeth, then on to a couple of beach resorts ending up in Cape Town for 3 days.

Fascinating, sobering, saddening, optimistic experience

I remember the dreadful days of apartheid and reading about the sentences given to brave people who fought for basic civil rights in their own homeland. I’m proud that an Australian Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, was instrumental in the embargoes that helped finally break this hideous regime. Mandela was but one of the heroic souls who endured and the wives and children knew tremendous suffering too. A sobering, saddening but ultimately inspiring experience.

No doubt one of the best decisions I took on the trip

I wanted to surprise my boyfriend for our anniversary in CPT and I got the cruise with the dinner at CityGrill. The cruise was magnificent, the view, the environment, the staff, everything was perfect!! We even saw a whale!!!! And the dinner was awesome, the 3 courses were to be chosen from a limited menu, EVERYTHING WAS DELICIOUS!! Thanks

Everything went well however very much over priced

Too expensive! Face value of the Robbenisland ticket is 360 Rand, approx. € 22,50. We paid €98,06 for 2 tickets. An uber ride from hotel to the ferry is about €4,00. So the real expences were €49,00. Shame on the broker. The Robbenisland tour was excellent! But that is not the broker doing that!