A Rare Cultural Gem
Upon arrival at Cape Town
International Airport, you will be met
by a Go Touch Down Travel and Tours
representative. Transfer to Burgundy
Apartments for a welcome drink and
snacks and unwind before dinner.
Tour the city’s historic sites from the
hop-on-off double-decker, open-roof
bus. First stop, Table Mountain, to take
in the spectacular views from the cable
car. Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium, a
top attraction at the V & A Waterfront.
Journey through the Winelands to
beautiful Durbanville Hills and
Neethlingshof Estate and taste the
complexities of South African wines.
The next stop is Franschhoek, the Food
and Wine Capital of South Africa.
Visit the Penguin Colony in Simon’s
Town. Continue on to Hout Bay for
some leisure time at Mariners Wharf.
Walk to the summit of Cape Point, then
cruise to Seal Island. Tour the World of
Birds, featuring over 3,000 birds
representing 400 species.
Tour Robben Island where Nelson
Mandela was incarcerated. Lunch at
the V & A Waterfront and explore the
local pubs, specialty shops and craft
markets. Tonight we travel along the
sunset strip of Camps Bay.
After breakfast at Gordon’s Bay enjoy
the scenic drive to Hermanus, known
for the best land-based whale-
watching in the world. Then witness
beautiful flora and fauna at Harold
Porter National Botanical Gardens.
Interact with the local community on a
half-day Township Tour, starting with
District 6. Savor a memorable lunch in
the Kayalitsha Township. Next, visit
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, a
UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Today marks the end of your Cape
Town tour. This morning you will be
transferred to Cape Town International
Airport for your onward flight home.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the
airport as you bid farewell to your
Cape Town Tour
Affectionately referred to as "The Mother City", Cape Town is a rare cultural gem with a colorful history spanning over 300
years. The city lies at the foot of an African wonder. Table Mountain towers 3,500 feet above sea level with breathtaking views
of Cape Point, where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. Famed for its unique botanic kingdom, Cape Town boasts white
sandy beaches, magnificent seascapes and panoramic vistas.
What you will be doing
Explore city sights from an open-top double-decker bus. Take in the panoramic views on a cable car ride to the summit of Table
Mountain. Visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for nearly two decades. Enjoy guided tours of popular
destinations such as Cape Point, Camps Bay, Hout Bay, the Winelands, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and so much more.