(Private Tour) Surf and Sip Around South Africa's Famous Cape

Pick up, Tour guide
Adventure, Outdoor, Private
Minimum Drinking Age
/ Person
Ian H
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several hours
Activity Overview
Hit the surf in the morning and spend your afternoon enjoying great South African wine! This is definity an epic way to see the Cape Stock and make gnarly memories!

Start your day with an invigorating surf* at the famous Surfers Corner on Muizenberg beach, where the shore of the Cape Peninsula curves round to the east on the False Bay coast. It’s considered the birthplace of South African surfing, and the endless waves are perfect for beginners and seasoned pro’s alike. Once you’ve nailed your first barrel, you’ll head down the scenic coastal route to the quaint, seaside fishing village of Kalk Bay. Stop here for a stroll through town and pick one of the locals cafe’s, kick back and satisfy your hunger after your surf. After an early lunch you can explore the awesome little galleries, shops and antique stores that make Kalk Bay so unique. Hands down one of the best places in Cape Town to take photo’s.

After hanging out with the locals in Kalk Bay, you’ll take a drive to Cape Point Vineyards for some wine tasting with an awesome view of Noordhoek beach, another surfers paradise. The winemaker at Cape Point Vineyards, also a surfer  (he came second in last years Vintners Surf Classic), may be able to give you some insiders tips on where the best surf spots are. When you’ve had enough of the view, cruise the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive – from here you’ll be able to see Dungeons, the infamous big wave spot where the Red Bull Big Wave Africa competition is held every year. Gnarly.

Had enough of the view yet? Next you’ll check out the Mariners Wharf in Hout Bay, another cool local offering where the seals are friendly and the locals always welcoming. If you’re lucky, the dolphins will be surfing in the waves and the whales frolicking in the bay. From Hout Bay you’ll wind your way over to Beau Constantia where the view of False bay is second to none.The farm is high up the slopes of Constantia Nek, overlooking False Bay to the east with vineyards stretching to 350m above the very waves you surfed that very morning. Best views of the Constantia Valley.
Practical information
Pickup 8am ~ 5pm drop-off
*Board and wetsuit provided – lessons can be arranged at an additional fee
All tours are flexible and can be re-arranged to accommodate guests requirements depending on availability (e.g. restaurant bookings/special timings).
Language Guides Available: English, Afrikaans, German, Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish
  • Pickup and drop-off from your accommodation in and around Cape Town
  • Private guide/driver
  • 1 surf session (equipment rental)
  • 2 wine tastings
Not Included
  • Lunch
  • Gratuity
1 - 10 ppl
Pricing Info
Price for 1 person
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Start Time
Daily8:00 AM
9 H
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Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations made 7 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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Overall Experience
(5.0 of 5)
Top experience! Always wanted to try surfing and I can honestly say that we had an amazing time. Surfing and wine tasting you do not get any better! Our guide was awesome and definitely went the extra mile.
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