Cape Town - Self Drive

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Explore Cape Town’s vibrant spirit, rich history, diverse culture, and culinary delights, creating unforgettable memories amidst stunning landscapes.



Discover Cape Town’s vibrant culture, rich history, and culinary delights, creating unforgettable memories amidst stunning landscapes.

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  • Day 1

    On arrival in Cape Town, enjoy a panoramic city tour of Cape Town, passing the houses of Parliament, City Hall and the Castle of Good Hope. Visit the South African Museum, the "Bo Kaap", also known as the Malay quarter & Green Market Square. Before check-in at Hotel
    Accommodation: Cresta Grande Hotel - BB

  • Day 2

    Start the day with a visit to Table Mountain (weather permitting). After which travel through Clifton and Camps Bay to Hout Bay – take a short boat trip to Seal Island to view the Seals in their natural environment (weather permitting). Visit Hout Bay’s World of Birds, the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World. Over 3000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 spacious landscaped walk-through aviaries, allowing you the most intimate closeness with nature.

    Continue via Chapman’s Peak to the nature reserve of Cape of Good Hope. This is where the famous Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope can be viewed as well as the legendary meeting of the cold Atlantic and warm Indian currents. Return to Cape Town driving along the coastline through small towns such Simonstown, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay and Muizenburg. En-route visit Boulders – the Penguin Colony. Continue onto Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, home of some 3500 species of Southern African fauna and flora.
    Accommodation: Cresta Grande Hotel - BB

  • Day 3

    Visit the famous Cape wine lands Franschhoek, Stellenbosch and Paarl. Franschhoek, which lies in one of the most beautiful wine valleys in the world, stop at the Groot Drakenstein Prison where Nelson Mandela was released in Feb 1990.Originally known as the Valley of the Huguenots, a community of French Huguenots were granted land in this valley by the Dutch government of the Cape, after fleeing their homeland when Protestantism was outlawed in France in 1685. Franschhoek’s village has a wonderful collection of art and antique shops and galleries, and the main streets are lined with restaurants and coffee shops. Visit the Huguenot Monument, dedicated to the cultural influences that French Huguenots have brought to the Cape Colony after their immigration during the 17th and 18th centuries. The Memorial Museum neighboring the monument elaborates on the history of the French Huguenots who settled in the Cape. En-route enjoy some wine tasting at one of the many wine cellars. Continue to Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa, a place of great beauty and culture that's steeped in South African tradition. The heart of the town lies somewhere near the oak-lined Dorp Street, with its venerable old buildings, this is the University's main thoroughfare, where modern student life sits comfortably side by side with our history and architectural heritage. Return to Cape Town
    Accommodation: Cresta Grande Hotel - BB

  • Day 4

    After breakfast and check-out, visit the famous V&A waterfront for some shopping before you say goodbye to the beautiful Mother City and continue to the Airport for your flight home.


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