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Table Mountain Hikes

Table Mountain Hikes

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Guided Tours in English and German

7 Day Safari Tour from Euro 896.-

7 Day Safari Tour from Euro 896.-

7 Days Garden Route Tour from Euro 799.-

7 Days Garden Route Tour from Euro 799.-

Specialists in Western Cape & Garden Route Tours

Specialists in Western Cape & Garden Route Tours

7 Days Cape Town from Euro 698.-

7 Days Cape Town from Euro 698.-

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We specialise in personalised itineraries. In this section you are able to design your own tour. View tour regions and attractions and click on the area or activity of your choice. You can then send your personal interest list to us together with your personal info and details and one of our team members will contact you.

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    The most visited sight in Cape Town is the V&A Waterfront Harbour, where you can go shopping from local craft markets to high end boutiques, eat at local and international restaurants, pubs or food market stalls and enjoy live bands or other events at the amphitheatre. Its the perfect place to have a sun downer or embark on a range of cruises around the harbour including a tour to the well known “Robben Island”, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years of his life. Visits to the Two Oceans Museum and many other points of interest make this area a much loved destination for locals and visitors alike.




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    The District 6 Museum reminds us what a government is capable of! Within the museum you will discover a collection of displacement and forced removal. If you want to understand more about Cape Town´s history, this sight is a must!  


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    The 5 star shaped castle is the oldest surviving colonial building in the country, completed in 1679. It replaced Jan Van Riebeecks first earthen-walled fort. Nowadays it’s a tourist sight and used as a military station.


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    The second most popular mountain in Cape Town City is called “Lions Head”. Signal Hill is situated at the back part of the mountain and is known for its spectacular views over Cape Town and functions as one of the most popular paragliding spots.




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    18th - Century urban Cape Dutch Architecture and Muslim Cultural Heritage sight – originally settled by freed slaves in 1600s & 1700s, today the home of the Cape Malay community.


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    For all hiking fans, the 12 Apostle Mountain Range (actually featuring 17 peaks) offers the most challenging and exciting hiking, climbing / adventure trails in Cape Town. The Apostles start from the south western side of Table Mountain and end in Hout Bay.





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    Lions Head isn’t just a lovely mountain to look at, it is also the most popular hiking destination in Cape Town. If you are seeking a greater view from Cape Town, grab your hiking gear, lights and cameras and go up the mountain early in the morning or during a full moon at night.





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    The market in the heart of the city´s business district started out as a fruit & vegetable market in 1710 and has now become a market filled with artwork, curios, crafts and a lot more. Experience the hussle and bussle of Cape City life in historic settings.

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    Around the Garden you have a variety of museums and galleries, the Iziko South African Museum, which is situated at the north-west side of the gardens – was founded in 1825 and exhibits a fascinating range of culturally and historically significant artefacts, including life-size casts of whales, real size displays of early settlers and bushmen as well as a planetarium.

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    A beautiful garden surrounding the Houses of Parliament, featuring museums and galleries, old historical monuments, indigenous and exotic vegetation and a great view of Table Mountain.

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    12 o´clock on the dot, a canon above town is fired - want to know Cape Town´s oldest tradition? See for yourself and don’t forget the earplugs!

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    Cape Town does not sleep at night - come along and experience the multi-cultural bars and in places to visit and mingle with the people from all over the world.. 

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    Table Mountain (declared one of the “New 7Wonders of Nature) is one of the most known & visited sights in Cape Town. The surrounding environment is renowned for its rich biodiversity and plentiful fauna. The top is reached either by cable car or by walking/hiking trails.




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    This town is filled with history - home of the Royal Navy and an important part of the 2nd World War - it is now also filled with touristic sights, museums & monuments, great seafood restaurants, markets and local fare. The local harbour offers boat trips and is also a sailing port. Other activites are Kajak trips across the bay or diving and the African Penguins living here are one of the biggest highlights as well al the local scratch patch with its large range of semi-precious and precious stones attracting visitors from all over the world.





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    Hout Bay is a place with countless touristic opportunities and with a historic background going back to Jan Van Riebeeck – the pioneer of Cape Town. The local fishing harbour and sailing port is a very popular spot for both locals and visitors, offering a range of markets, local food fares and restaurants. The sheltered beach is highly frequented and restaurants directly next to the beach a rare find in Cape Town. A microcosm of its own, the Republic of Hout Bay, as locals lovingly call it functions like a mine state of its own.








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    Muizenberg is a small historic town and its beach marks the beginning of a very long sandy beach across False Bay.  This is the best spot for sunrise walks or early morning surfing on renowned Surfer’s Corner Beach. Here you find the best waves for beginner surfers – with great possibilities for renting surf gear or taking surf lessons. A big range of stunning restaurants with great and wide sea views across False Bay make this a very popular spot for locals and visitors alike.




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    The most south western point in South Africa & the Cape Point Lighthouse belong to the most visited sights in this region next to Table Mountain. Great views of the oceans around the Cape Peninsula, magnificent Flora & Fauna, dramatic cliffs and beautiful beaches as well as easy cycling & walking trails. Don’t forget your camera and remember not to feed the Baboons..





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    There are two possibilities getting to Cape of Good Hope, one is via Simon´s Town along the Indian Ocean on the eastern side and the other via Kommetjie along the Atlantic on the western side of the Cape Peninsula. If you are interested in stone crafts, lighthouses and surfing spots, set in a quaint village setting, then the detour through Kommetije is definitely a good choice. 





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    There are many options getting from A to B in Cape Town, but taking a coastal drive or a mountain pass makes every tour a breath-taking journey.




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    A sunset over the Atlantic Ocean is something you don’t want to miss! The place with the best view for a sun-downer and to spend the rest of the night is Camps Bay – lots of bars, international and a range of local restaurants and a beautiful sandy beach with stunning big boulders and large palm trees, a place you won´t want to leave!




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    The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, situated in the backdrop of Devil´s Peak, cover a far reaching terrain along the foot of Table Mountain and is known to be one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Besides the many educational infos on our substantial and versatile flora, the gardens also offer the perfect settings for summer concerts and picnics and are well frequented throughout the year. New features like the Boomslang Walk, designed as a Tree Canopy Walkway, inspired by the skeleton of a snake, a wonderful African Restaurant and Coffee Shop offering ready packed picnic baskets are some of the cultural highlights in this beautiful natural setting. You are welcome to bring your own picnic however and the gardens are also the perfect starting point to many walks up Table Mountain.

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    Hidden between the end of the 12 Apostle Coastal drive and Hout Bay, lookout for the little Lions Head - below this mountain you will see big and fancy Villa´s, but that’s not the treasure, the true beauty of Llandudno is the beach. If you want to take a day off and enjoy the sun, this is where you want to be and the Llandudno rocks are the perfect spot for a romantic sundowner.

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    Promenade next to the Ocean, Oldest Lighthouse, Soccer Stadium, Beach, Parks, Seawater Pool, Mini Golf, International Restaurants and Bars – this and a lot more is what you will find in Green & Sea point, worth a stop.






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    This is the first and most one of the most famous South African Wine Estates, granted to Governor Simon Van der Stel in 1685, today a heritage site, preserving the essence of Cape Dutch culture and tradition. Not only can you enjoy wine tasting and a wine tour through the prestigious cellars in this estate, you can also embark on a picnic in the middle of the vineyards, visit the historic museums where the lifestyle of the original settlers can be experienced first hand, eat at local restaurants and view the magnificent Cape Dutch architecture in prestine settings overlooking False Bay and surrounded by vineyards and old Oak Trees.






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    This award-winning modern cellar and tasting centre is primarily known for its continued production of the muscat-scented Vin de Constance, beloved by Napoleon. The estate also withholds a kramat or Muslim shrine, in memory of on of the last sultans “ Sheikh Abduraghman Matebe”.




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    Established nearly two centuries after the French Huguenots were settled in the valley of Groot Drakenstein. Today over 40 Wine estates, world wide listed restaurants and important historical sites attract tourists from all over the world, definitely worth a stop.





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    Paarl was discovered only 5 years after Jan Van Riebeeck arrived in the Cape, from Abraham Gabbema, since then Paarl has become one of the most important destinations of the Western Cape regarding wine, the African language “Afrikaans”, historical and industrial growth.






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    The second oldest town in South Africa discovered and named by Simon Van de Stel. Stellenbosch has gone through difficult times; the town was burned down three times, last in 1875. Never the less the town was never given up. Today Stellenbosch is blessed with great vineyards, numberless churches, beautiful Cape Dutch homes, a worldwide known University and international and national restaurants. You don’t leave the Western Cape without visiting this area.

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    For all those market lovers, embracing the unique Cape lifestyle of rainbow nations getting together - this is where the world melts into one big celebration of life, with delicious fares of food, drinks and many culinary delights as well as local crafts and entertainment. 






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    Looking for an extra kick, adrenaline boost or just want to face the most dangerous predator of the sea and your dreams? Go for a great white shark cage dive and see for yourself if Hollywood is exaggerating or not!






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    The Addo Elephant Park is a key tourism destination linked to the famous Garden Route. The Park is sanctuary to a multitude of game species and abundant birdlife, including over 500 Addo Elephants, Lions, Black Rhino, Buffalos, Leopards, Zebra, Spotted Hyenas, variety of antelopes species, as well as the unique flightless Dung Beetle.




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    Family friendly Big 5 experience on the Garden Route. For all who want to have a great Safari experience not to faraway and overpriced, the Garden Route Game Lodge is only 3,5 hrs away from Cape Town and offer great value for money regarding overnights and day tours. 



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    Schotia Safaris is the oldest private game viewing reserve in the Eastern Cape, bordering on the eastern side of the Addo Elephant National Park. Our personal favorite is the Tooth & Claw Tour - this is a four hour guided game drive in open Land Rovers, followed by a delicious buffet dinner which is all prepared by on open fires. 




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    Founded in 1994, the Knysna Elephant Park was the first facility in South Africa to house and care for orphaned African elephants. The elephant experience offer guests the opportunity to get up close and personal with our elephants, but still gives the elephants the space and freedom to choose where they want to move, what they want to eat and who they want to interact with. 




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    • Coastal Drive to Hermanus
    • Cape Agulhas
    • Swellendam
    • Mossel Bay
    • Bartholomeu Diaz Museum
    • Knysna Waterfront & Viewing Point
    • Wilderness National Park
    • Canoe & Hike to a Waterfall
    • Plettenberg Bay
    • Bloukrans Bridge – world’s highest Bungee Jump Bridge
    • Tsitisikamma National Park
    • Safaris
    • Oudtshoorn
    • Swartberg Pass
    • Cango Caves
    • Cango Wildlife
    • Prince Albert Valley
    • Wine Tastings
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    • Coastal Drive to Hermanus
    • Cape Agulhas
    • Knysna Waterfront & Viewing Point
    • Elephant Park
    • Bloukrans Bridge – world’s highest Bungee Jump Bridge
    • Tsitisikamma National Park
    • Oudtshoorn
    • Swartberg Pass
    • Cango Caves
    • Cango Wildlife
    • Prince Albert Valley
    • Wine Tastings

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    • Coastal drive to or from Hermanus
    • Cape Agulhas
    • Knysna Waterfront
    • Tsitisikamma National Park
    • Oudtshoorn
    • Swartberg Pass
    • Cango Caves or Wildlife
    • Prince Albert Valley
    • One Wine Tasting

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