Cape Town Grape Affair Wine Tour - South Africa

Tasting
Wine, Local Food
Activity
Meet The Maker, Cellar Tour
Included
Meal, Pick up, Tour guide
Languages
English
Theme
Outdoor, Countryside
Minimum Drinking Age
18
$
59
02
/ Person
Stephanie S
Activity Overview
You and wine know how to get it on. In fact, you get it on all the time. This is a full day tour for those looking for a seriously good time peppered with some wine knowledge to brag about & lunch.

A full-day wine affair for both newfound and old-time wine lovers. Be treated to a day of tastings at various wine farms complete with cellar tour. You can definitely expect a picnic-style lunch in the ambience of one of the farms, because no wine experience is complete without some foodie delicacies. Scenic, tasty and sensual treats abound. Pick up time is 9am and drop off time is late afternoon.
 
Rates
Per
Price
Person
$
59
02
Timing
Dates
Start Time
Daily9:00 AM
Duration
7 H
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Cancellation Policy
Standard
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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If whispering “viniculture” in your ear is enough to get you off, look no further fellow cork dorks. This is a full day wine tour tailored for wine buffs who know how to have a great ... moretime. You can expect to geek out at wine farms, lunch included.

If you’re a serious wine aficionado, this is the tour for you. A full, immersive day into the world of fermented grapes, taking you to both serious hard-hitters in the wine world, as well as secret gems. You’re looking at 2-3 different wine farms with a tasting at each, a cellar tour and a chat with the wine maker. We know that drinking is hungry work, so you can expect a lunch on us, too. Naturally, the car will be a hydration station with enough water to keep everyone on board happy. Pick up time is 9am and drop off time is late afternoon.
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Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
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A half-day tour for those still in the playing-footsy-handholding stage of their wine relationship. Super chilled trip & light lunch.... more

The perfect tour for in-and-out travelers trying to maximise their day. We’ll take you to one or two wines farms with a tasting at each, followed by a light picnic-style lunch. There’ll be water and snacks in the car at all times, because nobody enjoys a wine tasting on an empty stomach. Pick up time is 9am with an early afternoon drop-off
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Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Duration:
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Enjoy a once in a lifetime view of Table Mountain from the only commercial 4×4 allowed to operate within the famous State Park!... more

There’s no question why Cape Town’s Table Mountain was named one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in the world. This topographic masterpiece is nothing short of awe-inspiring. An anchor smack dab in the middle of Cape Town, you will undoubtedly find yourself simply gobsmacked by its sheer size and beauty. A trip to the top is a bucket list item for any visitor to the Mother City.

Most people only know of the standard ascension methods (hiking, biking & the cableway) that will give you a view of the plateau, which reaches approximately 3 kilometres (2 mi) from one side to the other but we’ve got an exciting and exclusive adventure that is unlike anything else.

Now you can enjoy a once in a lifetime view of Table Mountain from the only commercial 4×4 allowed to operate within the famous State Park! And we haven’t even gotten to the food and wine portion of the trip…
Your knowledgeable guide will take you via 4×4 around the circumference of Table Mountain where you’ll learn about the diverse vegetation types that form part of the Cape Floral Region protected areas. There are an estimated 2,285 species of plants found on Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula, many of which are endemic to the area and can be found nowhere else in the world.

As you head east on Table Mountain, you’ll make your way to Devil’s Peak where you’ll find the historic military blockhouse, along with a number of cannons intended to defend the city from attack from the south. Stop and enjoy uninterrupted views of the southern suburbs of Cape Town and over the sandy Cape Flats towards Stellenbosch, Somerset West, and the distant Boland mountains.

After a short walk around the historic area, you’ll return to a picnic style lunch with ample cheese, charcuterie and spreads perfectly paired with a wide array of local South African wines from Durbanville Hills.

The second leg of the journey takes you around Table Mountain and over to Camps Bay where you will be greeted by uninterrupted views of the 12 Apostles. 

The 4×4 will stop at an open clearing on the Mountain where you’ll setup camp overlooking the beach below. You’ll enjoy an ample picnic style lunch with delicious cheeses, charcuterie and a variety of spreads perfectly paired with a wide array of local, Durbanville Hills wines.