Cape Town Experience Itinerary A (8 Days) CTB001

Hermanus| Franschhoek| Western Cape| Cape Town| South Africa| Africa
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The Adventure Experience Series is just that – adventure, exactly as it should be experienced. Decades in the making, this experience will delight your senses and excite your soul with the destination’s vibrance, its flavour, its people, its culture and history, as well as its unique flora and fauna. When you think of adventure, this experience is what you will remember for a lifetime.

Capetonians are justly proud of South Africa’s oldest city, known affectionately as the Mother City. With a dedicated, friendly and knowledgeable driver and guide, you will be able to explore the rich diversity of Cape Town, as well as the world-famous Cape Winelands through the 19 excursions over 8 days that have been created for you. Pick any week of the year to visit! Among the many items included in this tour are 20 meals including gratuities. Good news for single travellers is the fact that you won’t have to pay a supplemental fee.


7 Nights Belle Maroc Blouberg

The new Belle Maroc Boutique Hotel in Blouberg is the quintessential experience for lovers of small luxury hotels. Simply meaning 'Beautiful Morocco', and standing against the magnificent backdrop ...


+ Day 1

Upon arriving at Cape Town International Airport, you will be whisked out along the shores of Table Bay to your hotel in the seaside resort town of Bloubergstrand. Belle Maroc Blouberg is set on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and offers magnificent views across the bay of Table Mountain. That evening, enjoy the lazy sunset over the ocean while having a scrumptious dinner then later take a leisurely stroll along the beach - a great way to mark your arrival in South Africa's Mother City and the start of your new adventure.
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 2

After an à la carte breakfast at Belle Maroc, your Adventure begins at the Shimansky Diamond Experience. Discover a diamond’s journey from the Earth’s core to sparkling gem. From the depths of the Earth to the depths of the Ocean, your next stop is the Two Oceans Aquarium. Meet the creatures which inhabit both the Indian and Atlantic Oceans which meet at the southernmost tip of Africa. After lunch at the V&A Waterfront, you rise above the city in a rotating cable car to the top of Cape Town’s most iconic natural landmark – Table Mountain. At 3563 feet above sea-level, it’s one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Settled within the Cape Floral Kingdom, one of only 6 Floral Kingdoms in the world, and the most diverse, Table Mountain is a place of myth, legend, and spectacular views! The Hop-On-Hop-Off bus which will take you to Table Mountain and back again hosts the rest of your day’s adventure and will allow you to experience all that cosmopolitan Cape Town has to offer. Dinner that evening will be at GOLD Restaurant, complete with a djembe drum performance and a 14-dish tasting menu. Each dish is based on African culinary traditions and storytelling.
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 3

After a leisurely breakfast, you will be transferred to the V&A Waterfront, where you will catch a ferry to Robben Island - a place of great historical significance in South Africa. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Robben Island has undergone many transformations, but one of its first and last uses was as a prison. The most famous modern-day political prisoner was Nelson Mandela who was fighting for a new South Africa and democracy. Back on the mainland and after a late lunch, enjoy some leisure time at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (V&A) before returning to your hotel. 
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 4

Hermanus is a delight, home to an abundance of natural wonders. Recognised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as one of the world’s 12 best whale watching-destinations, it’s also home to the world’s only trademarked Whale Crier. Using a horn fashioned from kelp, the Whale Crier alerts the people of Hermanus to the arrival of the whales. Between July and November more species of whale are mating and breeding here than at any other time. They can sometimes be seen playing only 16 feet from shore. Hermanus is edged with an abundance of beautiful beaches, coves, rock-terraced caves and grottos. The perfect place for lunch while watching whales frolic in the bay. Spend the afternoon in the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens surrounded by the iconic fynbos. There are 9000 fynbos species here and over 6200 of them occur nowhere else in the world. After a beachside dinner in Camps Bay, take a stroll on the beach before retiring for the night.
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 5

Today's full-day tour of the Cape Peninsula begins with a drive of never-ending breath-taking scenery along part of the Atlantic Seaboard which stretches from the V&A Waterfront to Hout Bay, your first stop today. Here, you can explore the largest bird park in Africa - World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary and Monkey Park. From Hout Bay, a quaint village with a fishing harbour, a 40-minute cruise charter takes you past the famous Maori Bay Wreck, to the protected home of thousands of wild Cape Fur Seals - Duiker Island Seal Colony. After lunch in Hout Bay Harbour, you journey beyond Simon's Town to Boulders Beach, including a photo-stop at Chapman's Peak. The highlight at Boulders Beach is the colony of vulnerable African Penguins in their natural habitat. Then, take in the countryside en-route to the southern point of the Cape Peninsula. Here three promontories tower over 200 metres above the sea - Cape of Good Hope, Cape Maclear and Cape Point. The Cape Point Funicular Railway takes you to the old lighthouse and panoramic views at the summit of Cape Point. You will be returned to your hotel for the night where you will have dinner.
Overnight: Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 6

What better way to start your day after a scrumptious breakfast than by heading into the Winelands surrounded by the breathtaking views of the Stellenbosch Hills. The relaxed atmosphere sets you up for a delicious day of food, cheese, and wine, all produced on the centuries-old vineyards of the region. Here is where you will find some of South Africa’s finest wines and beautiful architecture. Nestled among the green and fruitful vines are stunning examples of the area’s Cape Dutch homes. If you like cheese, then you’ll find the cheese tasting opportunities a delight as the region produces a vast range of both cow and goat milk cheeses. Following trails of flowers and wildlife winding their way through the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve overlooking the Franschhoek Valley will help you build up your appetite once more as they lead to another foodie delight for dinner in a wine estate setting.
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar

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+ Day 7

A unique part of the tour will unfold today. While the other days in your tour have highlighted the beauty of the Mother City and its surrounds, today will focus on the beauty of its people. Living with the consequences of apartheid policies, the people you’ll meet have created singular communities in the townships you will explore. The five townships on the itinerary are District Six, Langa, Khayelitsha, Bonteheuwal and Gugulethu. Each one has a history and flavour unique unto itself. District Six, a vibrant community of different races and beliefs created by former slaves in 1833, saw the destruction of homes and the forcible removal of 60 000 residents in the 1970s to the barren outlying areas of the Cape Flats. Langa, the oldest black township in South Africa welcomes you to visit a school creche to meet the children and discover their challenges and victories despite their circumstances. A local family in Khayelitsha will be your hosts for lunch. The Bonteheuwel township is a former so-called coloured township with deep roots in the Cape-gang culture. In Gugulethu you will visit the Gugulethu Seven Memorial and the Amy Biehl Memorial. Your next experience is found on the slopes of Table Mountain. The first of its kind to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and 2015’s International Garden of the Year is the famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens whose 528 hectares of grandeur and beauty are almost unmatched.
Overnight:  Belle Maroc Blouberg or similar​​​​​​

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+ Day 8

Depending on your schedule, enjoy a healthy and filling breakfast at the hotel or at the Cape Town International Airport before flying home or onward to another adventure on your vacation.

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Terms and Conditions

CHILDREN:  Adult rate charged for children 12 years and up
Ages 4 to 15 – must share with adult
Pricing for children quoted at time of request

No age limit; must be able to walk and step up into vehicle


  • 7 nights accommodation
  • 19 excursions/activities
  • 20 meals including the gratuities - 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners
    Restaurants listed may be changed to similar or better venues due to availability
  • Non-specialty coffee & tea is complimentary but only at accommodation and at included meals
  • Bottled water provided daily in your room
  • Standard transfers from and to airports, accommodations and activities as outlined in detailed itinerary
  • Transport in an air-conditioned luxury vehicle and bottled water provided daily in your vehicle
  • Dedicated, friendly and knowledgeable driver and local guide
  • Single travelers don't pay a single supplement fee
  • Pick any week of the year to travel


​Unless otherwise specified

  • All flights, related costs, and taxes (international and local)
  • All meals and beverages (bottled water, coffee, tea, soda, specialty beverages and alcohol)
  • Visa and passport fees
  • Porterage and tipping
  • Trip insurance and items of a personal nature