Full Wine Tour in the Western Cape: 3 Days / 2 Nights

City Tasting, Walking Tour, Cellar Tour
Hotel, Meal, Pick up
Comfort, City, Cultural
Minimum Drinking Age
/ Person
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Mathieu L
Activity Overview
Looking for an enjoyable full tour of the extensive wine regions in South Africa? A single day is not enough to please your crave to discover the subtleties of the wines that these regions have to offer.
We'll design a personalized tour just for you!
You'll leave the beaten path and traverse the rich treasures of the countryside.
We'll take you to exclusive vineyards with stunning landscapes and scenic vistas of the Western Cape. Along the way, our professional winemaker Mathieu Labaki will recount to you about the region.
You'll have the chance to meet wine growers who will explain to you in depth about what it means to be a winegrower in South Africa.
This tour includes multiple guesthouses, lengthy lingering nights at the wine farms and typical, often traditional South African dishes. Mathieu is always ready to answer all the questions you've always wanted to ask.


  • Pick-up at preferred location or accommodation
  • Gastronomic lunch and Wine Tasting at Glen Carlou
  • A leisurely afternoon stroll through Franschhoek to Memorial Museum and the Huguenot Monument
  • Depart for Greyton @ 5 pm
  • Sleepover at Greyton Lodge
  • Dinner at the Post House in Greyton
  • Breakfast at your accommodation
  • Wine Tasting session at Lismore Wine Estate
  • Lunch at the Oak & Vigne, in Greyton
  • An afternoon stroll in the Nature Reserve to the gorge
  • Depart for Robertson @ 5pm
  • Dinner and Private Wine Tasting with the winemaker at Arendsig
  • Breakfast at Cafe Maude
  • MCC tasting and Graham Beck wine
  • Lunch in Worcester/Robertson
  • Transfer back to Paarl
  • Wine Tasting at the Avondale Vineyards
  • Transfer back to drop-off location/accommodation
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3 Days, 2 Nights
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Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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(5.0 of 5)
Perfect !
The tour was great - booked it for a year end function with my team. The guide is very knowledgable about wine making and will teach you how to do proper tasting !We visited wonderful vineyard and the lunch was the ice on the cake !
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