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Travel South

#529 of 959 Tours in Cape Town
Cape Town, South Africa
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About Travel South
Travel South of the Sahara and explore off the beaten track experiences and storytelling from leading Southern African guides, while ensuring the right balance of factual insight and fun. We provide tours that appeal to your personal interests. Explore significant historical places, the local culture, its native roots, and ancient secrets. Gain an understanding of the past, enjoy the natural splendor of seasonal flowers and migrating whales, and abundant wildlife, consume world acclaimed cuisines and wines, and enthrall your soul.
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Visit the “Bo-Kaap”, a significant contributor to South Africa's culture and language, enjoy a photo opportunity in front of the colourful houses. Pass the historical mosques, cathedrals and church steeples reflecting the architecture of Cape Town. Your next visit the SA National Art Gallery showcasing historical collections of modern and contemporary work, and the larger African diaspora.  Pass some of 20th Century architectural masterpieces of Africa, before an opportunity for a lunch break at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is provided.  Make your way to the Zeitz Mocaa through the V&A gaining an understanding of how designers incorporated the past with the present. Your last visit will be the Goodman Gallery which showcased artists without bias during the “Apartheid” years.
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from $86.07
Take a sneak peek into the past at the Stellenbosch Museum, a compilation of four different colonial period homes each with their own unique collections reflecting the changes in Stellenbosch over time, learn the history of this region and its influence on the country. After your historical tour enjoy a wine tasting at one of the near-by world leading wine estates.  Visit a socially conscience small business that employs woman from the local community, training and developing them to produce high quality crafted leather goods. Thereafter enjoy an opportunity for  lunch at one the historical working farms in the Drakenstein region and learn about this farms unique history and legacy. Make your way to the Franschhoek Motor Museum for an amazing collection of various historic and modern vehicles exquisitely maintained and curated, before enjoying a walk through the town of Franschhoek amoungst various vendors and historical places of interest, influenced by the French.
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from $92.43
Your tour passes the Cape Town Stadium, originally built for the Soccer World Cup in 2010, and now host to the Cape Town Rugby 7’s annual event. This stadium integrates an active sporting community including the oldest Rugby club in South Africa. Proceed to the Springbok Rugby experience museum, this museum takes you along a journey of the brand that is synonymous with South African Rugby.  Travel to Newland's while your sport specialist guide gives insight into the current South African sports culture.  Enjoy an opportunity for lunch at one of the oldest pubs in South Africa, thereafter pass the home of Western Province Rugby (Stormers), and Cricket (Cape Cobras), and the Institute for sports science.  Learn about how the modern game has changed. Complete the days touring at the birthplace of the beer industry in South Africa, now part one of the biggest brewing companies in the world. 
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Visit the Constantia wine region originally occupied by the first Governor of the Cape, gain insight into its past and historical significance.  Learn the unique stories and fables that have been told over centuries.  This region known for its sweet wine production is the oldest established wine farming region in South Africa.  Tour through Groot Constantia, visiting the oldest Manor House in the region dating back to 1685 and old cellar built in 1791, which houses various artifacts and old equipment portraying the timeline of the Cape.  Enjoy a wine tasting followed by an opportunity for lunch in the Constantia region. Move on to Uitsig an ideal setting for children and individuals. Finally visit Tokai, Pollsmoor and Steenberg and learn of the rich history of the ladies in this region that left their mark in history, travel via Constantia Nek and the Atlantic Seaboard back to the city.
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from $67.96
Travel through to the middle of the wine producing region passing the historical town of “Pniel” named by the Dutch when they established a mission station here, to one of the oldest wine producing farms in South Africa Boschendal. 

Collect your mountain-bike at the operators desk and choose from short to medium trails depending on fitness.  Pass the Angus cattle, and brush past the local fauna and flora. Enjoy an opportunity for lunch filled with fresh produce.

Take a tour through the acclaimed “Werf" garden that provides seasonal produce, that could be found in the bistro or on the plates prepared by Boschendal’s head chef in the acclaimed “Werf” restaurant.  Hereafter enjoy a wine paring from some of the farms unique labels.

Thereafter visit another leading farm at Babylonstoren showcasing its unique garden based on the "VOC" or Company's Garden.  
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from $142.28
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Reviewed November 25, 2018

Such a nice experience for the whole family. The tour was well put together. Thanks Travel south we will definitely use you again in the future!!!

Date of experience: September 2018
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TravelSouthCPT, Guest Relations Manager at Travel South, responded to this reviewResponded November 27, 2018

Thank you for the valued feedback, please let us know when you travel again, we'd love to know!

Reviewed November 22, 2018

Very welcoming, warm and friendly. Tour guide was well presented and had the adequate knowledge of the tour being taken. I will definitely recommend them.

Date of experience: October 2018
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