This combined tour commence along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton beach have been awarded Blue Flag status, with Table Mountain in the background. Pristine white beaches and beautiful clear water that make these beaches highly popular with locals and international visitors. A beautiful beach, delicious fresh seafood, bustling markets and plenty of restaurants make this suburb a must-visit on any Cape tour.

Muizenberg is world-renowned board surfing spot. It has the longest beach with white sand, no rock. Muizenberg beach is called false bay geographical with a seal island in the middle of it. It’s an area where you spot great white sharks and whales (June – November). Simon’s Town is one of the oldest town and the seat of the South Africa Navy base. With very charming coastal atmosphere and a vibrant history of the jubilee square with Dutch architecture in the small town. Here you can find a thriving harbour where you can go fishing. Going out of Simmons town to the south is the Boulders Beach, the penguin colony. The only beach in the world where you can swim with the penguins. Cape of Good Hope, renamed from Cape of Storm to the Cape of Good Hope. Cape Point and the spectacular nature reserve that lies in this area is one of the most famous landmarks in Cape Town. Situated on the very tip of the peninsula, and surrounded with the Atlantic Ocean and two oceans Restaurant just on the edge of it. In this national Park, zebras, ostrich, springbok, baboons and many more can be sighted.

Stellenbosch is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa, situated about 50 kilometres east of Cape Town, along the banks of the Eerste River. It is the second oldest European settlement in the province, after Cape Town. The town was founded in 1679 by the Governor of the Cape Colony, Simon van der Stel, who named it after himself – Stellenbosch means “(van der) Stel’s …

The Stellenbosch Winelands, is about 45 minutes’ drive away from the city of Cape Town, it give superb scenery, completely different from the landscape of the Cape peninsula. Numerous grapes are grown in the region such as Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Pinot age and the Methode Cap Classique (local champagne). The town of Stellenbosch is small but very vibrant town with a very famous university and numerous activities. There will be an opportunity for wine cellar tours and tastings, even an advantage to purchase wines from the vineyard to take back home to enjoy the region’s wonderful vintages with family, friends and colleagues.


  • Table Mountain (optional & Weather Permitting)
  • Camps Bay and Clifton beach
  • Twelve Apostle of Table Mountain
  • Hout Bay
  • Chapman’s Peak
  • Muizenberg area view
  • Kalk bay fish market
  • Fish Hoek drive through
  • Simons Town
  • The Builders – Penguin Colony
  • Cape of Good Hope
  • Cape Point – Visit to the Historical light house & view point(if Time Permit)


  • Cheetahs viewing, Tour and Encounter (Optional)
  • Eagle farm with Encounter(Optional)
  • Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting at one of the Wine Estate in Stellenbosch
  • Drive through Stellenbosch, the second historical oldest town in South Africa

Cape Point + Winelands Price Inclusive:

  • Entrance fees at Cape Point
  • Entrance fees at Penguins’ Colony
  • Chapmans Peak toll
  • Two Wine Tasting
  • Cheese and Olives Tasting
  • Professional Tourist Guide and Driver
  • Full house Air-Conditional Vehicle/Van
  • Luxury Vehicle/Car for Private Tour
  • A Bottle of Natural Still Water on board per person
  • Free Wi-Fi on board


  • Lunch
  • Special Attractions
  • Shopping
  • Extra Wine Activities

Depart Daily: ±08hr30, Return: ± 17hr00.