Wineland Tour

Wine lovers are spoiled for choice when visiting Cape Town. The nation’s love of wine is deep-rooted, with the founder of Cape Town itself, Jan van Riebeeck, producing the first wine recorded in the country. In 1971, the first official wine route was founded. Today, the Cape Winelands is the largest winemaking region in South Africa, with wines that are rated as some of the best in the world.

Our Wineland Tour ensures you sample the best of the local terrain and the legendary wines it creates. The first wine-tasting Stellenbosch, where you will visit a local farm specialising in champagne (Method Cape Classic) and sparkling wines. As it is the second-oldest European settlement in South Africa, it also is a fascinating historical attraction. For this reason, we will take some time exploring the beautiful tree-lined streets by foot and visit the Stellenbosch Village Museum. Stellenbosch is also the site where the first official wine route opened in South Africa in 1971.

The second stop is at Franschoek, where the French Huguenots settled over 300 years ago.The visit includes a wine tasting at one of the many renowned wine farms in the area, as well as a journey through the wine valley on the Franschoek Wine Tram. The town is a fascinating part of French history in South Africa, so we will pay a visit to the Huguenot memorial-a must for our French guests! The third wine-tasting of the day is in Paarl, a picturesque town that is the biggest in the Cape Winelands. We will drive through Paarl to our final destination, Victor Vester, which is Nelson Mandela’s former prison.

Full Day

R920 P/P

Private Tour:Price per Person

1 2 3 4 5
R3300 R1650 R1350 R1100 R950

Half Day

R680 P/P

Private Tour : Price per Person

1 2 3 4 5
R3000 R1350 R950 R820 R750

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