Available from Cape Town Day Tours
Feeling a bit bored with the monotony of day-to-day life? Below you will find some great and exciting ways to get your adrenaline pumping, from underwater shark encounters to paragliding over Lion’s Head – we have something to satisfy everyone’s apatite.
Many of our standard private tours go to areas that have exciting activities; with the freedom of a private tour we can adjust the day’s itinerary to accommodate any activity available.
Please contact use for advice if you wish to substitute an activity into your tour itinerary to suite your own personal requirements.
Top Adventure Activities - 1 to 8hrs - Transfers and tour upgrades available.
- Big 5, 4x4, Quad Bike or HorsebackThe 2 to 3 hour safari departs at 10:15am or 1:30pm and is led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings as well as informative information about all the animals, easily rousing your inner wild side. All safaris are taken in an open top 4 x 4 with options of using a Quad bike or on Horseback.
Top Land Activities - 1 to 8hrs - Self Drive - Items are available in our Tours.
- Le Motte Wine Estate - Wine and Cheese tastingLa Motte was acquired in 1970 by the late Dr. Anton Rupert, an internationally respected industrialist who established a global business empire, and was held in high regard as a committed conservationist. Dr. Rupert and his art-devoted wife Huberte also played an immense role in the preservation of art.
- Lanzerac Wine Estate - MCC, Wine & Chocolate tastingSituated on the outskirts of the historic town of Stellenbosch, the Lanzerac Estate is a 300 year old private working wine estate in the Jonkershoek Valley. A plethora of indoor and outdoor attractions and activities for all ages are all within close proximity to the Estate. Galleries and museums, golf courses, nature trails and hiking, mountain biking, horse-riding and wildlife experiences are just some of the endless opportunities.
- Fairview Wine Estate - Wine and Cheese tastingThe cultivation of virgin vineyard land on Fairview in recent years has led to the unearthing of prehistoric stone tools that provide proof of the presence of hominids at the foot of the Paarl Mountain some 700 000 years ago. Centuries later, probably towards the end of the first millennium AD, these hills became home to the Khoi – nomadic pastoralists from the north. These peaceful people remained until the arrival of the first European settlers at the Cape of Good Hope in the mid 1600s.
- Zevenwacht Wine Estate - Wine and Cheese tastingSituated on the Stellenbosch Wine Route, Zevenwacht has viticultural roots which penetrate deep into the historic past of South Africa. While literally meaning Seven Expectations, the name Zevenwacht exemplifies the abundant delights which await visitors to the Farm. A leader in wine tourism, Zevenwacht was one of the first Wine Estates to establish a restaurant, hotel and conference facility, Cheesery and Spa on the Estate.
- Taal MonumentThe Afrikaanse Taal museum and Taal monument in Paarl celebrate the birth and continuing existence of Afrikaans. Everyone who can or wants to speak Afrikaans, or who is interested in the language, should visit this unique museum and monument to learn more about Afrikaans, the third most spoken language in South Africa. Afrikaans is the mother tongue of more than six million speakers and is spoken by just as many people as a second or third language.
Top Sight Seeing Activities - 1 to 4hrs - Self Drive - Items are available in our Tours.
- Cape Point - Cape of Good HopeAt the tip of the Cape Peninsula 60 km south-west of Cape Town, lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park; a declared Natural World Heritage Site. Encompassing 7750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna; abounding with buck, baboons and Cape Mountain Zebra as well as over 250 species of birds, Cape Point is a nature enthusiast paradise.
- Table Mountain - CityThe new official 7th wonder of nature! Table Mountain offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a bird’s eye view of the city. The upper cable car station is situated at 1067 metres and the cable car floor rotates 360 degrees enabling visitors to take in the whole of the breathtaking views. There are numerous pathways on top, viewing decks, souvenir shops, a self-service restaurant and coffee shop.
- Kirstenbosch GardensKirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lives up to its reputation as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.
- Bo-Kaap - CityBo Kaap has a rich cultural, religious and architectural heritage and is a mixed and cosmopolitan neighbourhood with strong links to Muslim traditions and culture. The Cape Malay were originally shipped into the Cape Colony as skilled artisan slaves. The Bo Kaap is also home to the oldest mosque in South Africa, the Auwal Mosque, established in 1798.