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Experience the Stellenbosch Winelands
A celebration of smaller vineyards driven by passion, honesty and quality. Our first stop is on the Eastern side of Stellenbosch at the foot of the Helderberg Mountains. This is a special location tucked away in the most northern corner of Paradyskloof (Paradise Valley). Pockets of special vines produce a superlative and memorable first tasting. A journey through the vibrant and tree lined streets of Stellenbosch is up next. Steeped in history and charm we'll tell a few stories from the time we spent here during our youth before we reach the Banghoek Valley. Breath-taking views set the tone for an unforgettable experience with the focus on letting our guests understand the sense of place and taste. The award winning wines are brilliantly crafted and produced with the help of the location's very own microclimate. I struggle to believe there is a better setting to taste wine anywhere in the country. Lunch then takes place at either the Boschendal Farm Deli Restaurant or the restaurant at Zorgvliet Wine Estate. The final destination is at a cute family owned vineyard called Mitres Edge where we host the tasting privately in their underground cellar built below their family home often with one of the true matriarch's of the industry and her 6 doggos. 3 different wineries all unique in location, style and charm combining for a true Stellenbosch Winelands experience.
Hike Table Mountain with a Guide
We will hike to the summit of the iconic Table Mountain and experience why it's one of the New7Wonders of Nature. We will take our favorite more easily missed paths to the top. There are many routes that go up and together we will find one that suits your skill and confidence level. The trails all include a combination of hiking, varied levels scrambling and exposure to heights that will allow us to reach incredible viewpoints of Lion's Head, Twelve Apostles, Camps Bay, Back Table, and the Mother City. If you have a specific route in mind we can help you determine if it is suitable for you. The trails we do include India venster, Kasteelspoort, Skeleton gorge, and platteklip gorge but if possible and you are able we can do some more wild options. En route, we will take you into the world of the breathtaking Fynbos Floral Kingdom and the very first occupants of Southern Africa who named the mountain 'Hoerikwaggo' or Mountain in the sea. Once we reach the summit we will go to one of the awesome viewpoints to take some summit photos or just enjoy the view from the top. If the Cable Car Station is open then the hike will finish there, where you can then spend some more time at the top and soak in some more views or go and enjoy a well-deserved treat from the restaurant, my recommendations being their coffee, cold beer, appletiser, and milk tart. Other things to note Experience duration is dependent on the route and guests fitness and should take between 3-5 hours. The experience ends at cable car, if its closed then please add another 1-2 hours for the hike down.
⭐ Lion's Head Sunrise/Sunset Hike
We will be hiking up Lions Head, Cape Town's most Instragram'able hike. We plan to either catch the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean or sunrise from the Hottentots Holland mountains. We enjoy some amazing photo opportunities before our descent. During a sunset hike, we descend in the dark using our flashlights (provided). During a sunrise hike, we may hike the first part in the dark using our flashlights (provided). This hike has been an age old tradition for locals especially during the full moon and on clear/windless nights/mornings where the lights of the city below dazzle and the moon and stars show off its beauty in the night sky. Other things to note Wear clothing you are comfortable hiking in. Ensure you wear descent pair of hiking/walking shoes. A fair level of fitness is required. You need to be comfortable with heights. Start times vary based on Sunset and Sunrise and it is critical that we start on time in order to witness Sunrise/Sunset
Amazing Cape Town in a day
You'll be exploring the best of Cape Town in a jam-packed day. Relax in privacy and comfort while I show you some of the best of what my city has to offer. Eat & explore like a local, with a local! We start off exploring the Western slope of Table Mountain National Park along the Atlantic Seaboard heading towards Cape of Good Hope. Passing through Hout Bay, Chapmans Peak and more. You'll have an opportunity to take in the breath taking views while hiking down to the Cape of Good Hope or ride the fernicular up to the Cape Point light house. We then depart to Boulders Beach for PENGUIN SPOTTING! You'll have the opportunity to visit the sanctuary and the beach while exploring at your leisure. After saying goodbye to the penguins, we make our way to our lunch venue at one of THE BEST locations in the Constantia wine district. The oldest wine producing region in the country where you'll enjoy great food, wine, views and conversation. This experience is more that just the landscape and natural beauty of Cape Town. I'll discuss the rich history of the city from personal life experience having grown up here. From the dark past, post apartheid legacies and challenges, to the endless potential for this beautiful city and country. **NB** Entry fees (Cape of Good Hope and Boulders Beach), lunch and the wine tasting will be for your own expense Other things to note PRIVATE tours & BIGGER groups can be accommodated. (DM for enquiries) Entry fees at point of interest (Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach) & food are for your own account. Pickup & drop off can be arranged if close by.
Eating Cape Town like a local -Food tour
Experience Cape Town like a local and eat, drink, and explore the city through your taste buds. This walking tour combines 2 tours into 1. A city tour and food tour. Iincludes all food and drinks consumed at 6 stops in central Cape Town and the Bo-Kaap. During this tour you’ll get to walk the intercity streets and discover its rich cultural history, traditional and modern-day food culture and learn about where to eat and drink during your stay in Cape Town. Many of the food stops are curated specifically for us and you’ll get to meet some of the passionate purveyors who will explain the origin and preparation of dishes. Food stops may vary but will include stops for the famous Cape Malay koeksusters and samoosas, a visit to an artisanal bakery, a chocolatier, an art gallery serving local African flavours, and many more. Some of the stops include alcoholic beverages such as local beer and boutique South African wine. Walking food tours are considered ideal opportunities to orientate first time visitors to a city and show repeat visitors some of the hidden gems they would not have discovered before. Join us to show you Cape Town’s history, culture and food, oh and come hungry! Other things to note A great way for first-time visitors to orientate themselves in the city.Avoid the tourist traps and get to experience Cape Town with a local guide, and of course, Eat Like a Local!

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Party in a township
A township weekend does not from a from Friday - Sunday, a township weekend is everyday of the week. If you didn't know this now YOU know. Join us a for taste of local culture as one party at one of Cape Towns most most popular lifestyle spaces Rands Cape Town. An opportunity for to dance, eat, drink and be entertained by some of the best DJ is the city. Meet locals , make everlasting memories and have an opportunity to attend world class events with some of the most welcoming people that you will ever meet. We will start off our day by meet at the Lookout Hill where we give you a brief history about Khayelitsha as well as 360 view of the community from the top of Lookout Point (Khayelitsha Height view). We then walk down Spine Road (Khayelitsha lifestyle street) and be part of a culture of young who park their cars next to the road, play loud music and mingle with friends. Our destination will take us to Rands Cape Town where we will enjoy local meals (Tshisa Nyam with pap, spinach feta and chakalaka), while listening to good and music and dancing away to some of the best house music mixes. First Round of drinks will be on us but collectively we buy the food together. Other things to note Please be advise this experience does include alcohol so we do have a limit of how much we get to consume, plus if you have any allergies or can crowded spaces please alert us.
Taste Malay dishes with a home chef
Allow me to welcome you into my family home for an experience of a lifetime. Enjoy a delicious, home cooked three-course Cape Malay meal and experience how the locals eat and entertain every day! You will learn about the origins of this unique cuisine, the Cape Malay people, the iconic Bo-Kaap area and its rich, colorful history. I will talk all about spices, its health benefits, how to mix the most flavorful combinations of masalas, curry powders and unique blends using basic ingredients. You will also learn how to cook your own curry paste, a delicious curry, a fragrant aromatic savoury rice, and a sweet and sour sambal or side salad. Get you hands dirty and learn how to fill and fold one of our most popular savoury snacks in Cape Town, samosas. This delightful activity is fun for young and old and you are guaranteed to try it out again in the future! All the recipes will be shared with you once you leave which will enable you to recreate all of these dishes in the privacy of your own home. Your meal will end with a sweet little surprise for dessert as well as a soothing, healthy drink to send you on your way.. Other things to note Please arrange your own transport to and from my house. You do not need to bring anything—just a great fun-loving attitude and your willingness to learn and participate. And please do arrive hungry!
Discover township life with a local
I'll be your guide on our interactive walk exploring the authentic diversity of township life. At first glance, life may seem a daily struggle but delve deeper and we’ll find a place of friendship and resilience. Our itinerary begins at MADaboutART, a non-profit organisation using art and creative expression to support children to make positive life choices. You'll see our gallery of narrative artwork telling inspirational stories of the lives of children in the township. In the streets around MADaboutART you’ll experience the culture and ways of the township. We'll see many sights along the way; traditional wooden homes and Government-built brick homes, cattle and pigs grazing, daily laundry, every day is different. We’ll visit the corner shop to find out which foods are family favourites. Finally, we return to MADaboutART to meet the children as they sing, paint, bead, whatever the activity of the day is (curriculum dependent). On Sunday mornings we can join a local church congregation for part of their service. We hope you'll take a little township magic home with you (and leave a little piece of your heart with us) Other things to note: Unique gift items for sale made by children at MADaboutART (R50-R250), bead bracelets, cards & art. Transport available at extra cost. Ground can be uneven, let me know if you’d find this difficult
Move to the township rhythm
Dance like music has a way of connecting people from all walks of life, join me for 2 hour dance class where we explore some of South Africa`s most dynamic dance styles. A session where I will not only teach you how to dance like a local but as well give you a musical background of how these dance connect with our ever changing music industry. Our meeting point will be at Thusong Sports Complex (Located in the Khayelitsha CBD) where I teach young kids from on how to dance, there parking available at the venue so if you are driving please rest assured that we got you covered. Upon arrival I will give you a short background history of Khayelitsha, Thusong and slow breakdown our experience by taking memorial of the township dance culture through a visual demonstration of each dance style according to the music genre. Don't be intimidate dance is all about self experience so be free to express yourself. Soon enough we will start our session with basic stretches, easy body movements where will should how to interpret sound, feel beat and move to it. Once we have our rhythm we have a short dance Gqom routine (a local street style dance) and later break for lunch at the healthy Spinach King Café or at 4Roomed Ekasi Culture. The Spinach is a 5 minute walk from our venue so this short walk should give more insightful experience on life and culture of Cape Towns largest township. Other things to note This experience is more than just another dance class, about learning, music, people and the township culture.
Experience Traditional Africa with Evi
We will meet at a sculpting workshop, where local craftsmen create beautiful stone sculptures. We will take a walk up through the Red Hill Informal settlement, through the various camps of which it comprises. The settlement is on the edge of the Cape Point Nature Reserve, and we will visit the scenic lookout spots on our way. We will meet the local tradesmen, one of our mechanics, a lady running a vegetable garden who produces free range eggs to sell. We will end at my house, where you will meet my family and children and have a traditional African meal cooked on an open fire. Vegetarian, vegan or meat depending on your preference. My community is friendly, safe, and survives because we look out for each other. I will explain how my community can function, what problems it faces, and I think you will find it eye-opening the reality of how a majority of the people in Cape Town and South Africa actually live. Other things to note Redhill Settlement is a safe and friendly community, where many of the residents don't even lock their front doors. This gives a unique environment in which guests can relax and immerse themselves in the culture without any worries.

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Catamaran Cruise in V&A Waterfront
Departing from the iconic V&A Waterfront, heading along the Atlantic coastline with picturesque views of Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Relaxing on the trampolines or on the padded cushions under covering whilst keeping an eye on the Atlantic waters for a chance to spot some of the incredible marine life that Cape Town has to offer such as Dolphins, Whales, Seals, Penguins and Sun Fish.
Paddle with the Penguins
Meet Terry Corr, Your qualified Marine Conservationists and Sea Kayak guide at our Shark Warrior Adventure Centre at Seaforth beach, receiving an interactive presentation. You will receive a safety briefing before jumping into our comfortable sea kayaks, and head out into the big blue. Rounding the corner, you will be faced by incredible African Penguins at Boulders Beach. Paddling is easy, at your own pace and we reach the remote Windmill beach, where we spend time in the sun swimming. On our return journey, we head out to Ark rock to visit playful cape fur seals. We paddle back to our centre to complete our experience. An awesome adventure that is responsible, the best way to meet the Penguins, learn more about sharks, and the wonderful creatures that inhabit the unique kelp forests. Other things to note Very Important! As an AirBnB experience and required by SA Government regulations, we require all our guests to follow our CoVid 19 Protocol which requires mask wearing, hand sanitizing, temperature check and social distancing. Please Bring your swim suit, towel, phone, hat, sun cream
Chakra balancing sound therapy
Your experience will involve laying down on your back for about 60 minutes on yoga mats and blankets. I will do an energy cleansing with incense to start with. I will cover your eyes with a lavender eye pillow and place a warm blanket over your body. The sound therapy can be booked privately or for private groups. I invite you to come to my sessions without any expectations. Just let go, relax and let the sound take over. I will play the Himalayan singing bowls for a total of 45 - 50 minutes - cleansing and balancing each of the 7 chakras (energy centres of the body). The sounds and vibrations will take you on a transformative, healing and relaxing journey. I will allow 5min of silence afterward for you to come back from your journey and then we will hydrate with water and you can share about your experience if you like. Sound waves stimulate and revitalise the harmony and self-healing process each time in different ways that you are about to experience. The metal bowls produce a deep, penetrating sound that is used to relax and repair the mind. Singing bowl meditation reduces stress, anger, depression, and fatigue. Healing with sound can furthermore improve anxiety disorder, pain, mood swings, and negative emotions. Expect to feel relaxed and rejuvenated after the sound healing session.
Hidden spots & Gems on the Cape Flats
There are so many corners and hidden gems to discover in Westridge, And what better way to discover it than during a fun photo-walk with a photographer. We will walk through the streets of the western part of Mitchell’s Plain called Westridge. While walking, I will give you information about the surrounding area. My goal is that after this experience, you will feel like a local and you will have access to some of my secret photography spots within Westridge and surrounding areas. Other things to note I will be your local friend throughout this experience, feel free to ask anything you have in your mind even if it is not related to this specific experience. This experience is designed for anyone who would like to know more about the area and also experience some creative photography styles while we are at it.
Stargazing in the Little Karoo
Stargazing in the Little Karoo. Itenarary - I will meet you at reception at plus minus 20h00 (earlier during winter and later during summer) we will move to where the telescope is set up which is normally within walking distance to begin the hour long presentation. We stand or sit around the telescope. Location - We will be outdoors covered by a blanket of stars and planets looking up at the wonder of our galaxy. What to expect- I will share facts and stories while looking through the telescope to see more detail of the galaxy. I use a laser pointer to identify constellations, stars, planets etc.I will briefly discuss the history of astronomy,Greek mythology,African folk lore and then take guests on a stargazing trip pointing out the big five of the sky. This experience is unique because it is outdoors,we will be covered by a blanket of stars and Klein Karoo stargazing is unique due to unpolluted skies. What will I learn? - I endeavore to share knowledge of the universe with you,to explain how distance in space is calculated,to understand the sheer magnitude of the universe and trigger an interest to discover more. Guests are encouraged to ask questions and take part by looking through the telescope and sharing information. Equipment used? -a SKYWATCH go to automated telescope with a 900mm lens with an infrared view finder plus a laser pointer. Language- English / Afrikaans
Quad Biking Atlantis Dunes
Experience an exhilarating ride on a fully automated 4-wheeled Quad Bike. Cape Town is rated as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, mainly due to its impressive natural environment. Nestled between mountains and oceans at the southern tip of Africa, The Atlantis Dunes Nature Reserve, where you can experience incredible off-road soft sand riding. Our Guided Tours take you through these open dunes that are very reminiscent of those found in the Namibian desert, with beautifully white sand and dunes undulated by the wind. No prior experience is needed as our riding instructor will be there to guide you.
Helicopter Flight past Table Mountain, twelve minutes
Departing from the iconic V&A Waterfront that lies at the heart of Cape Town’s history where the city meets the sea. We take a scenic helicopter flight with Cape Town Helicopters, along the Atlantic Coast viewing famous spots like the Cape Town Stadium, the 4 Beaches of Clifton, Camps Bay, Lions Head & then swing around the Twelve Apostles, you will get an opportunity to take stunning pictures. We will point out many points of interest and history of the locations. On our final approach back to the V&A you will have an opportunity to take amazing pictures of Table Mountain. Should you not want to go wander around the V&A Waterfront after the amazing flight, you can be dropped off at your Airbnb accommodation. Please note this is not a full hour experience but rather a magical 12min helicopter experience with Cape Town Helicopters that is guided by me or a team member. Other things to note Please note!!! We fly the route and not the time. Flight times can be changed according to available takeoff slots, I will notify you in advance. Please come directly to Cape Town Helicopters located at the breakwaters edge 220 East Pier Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001
Kayaking in the heart of Cape Town
Cape Town's natural beauty is world-renowned, however, few have experienced its sights and sounds from the fresh blue water of the Atlantic Ocean. Leaving our base at the calm waters of the V&A Waterfront, you will paddle into the fresh movement of the ocean where you will encounter our active marine life and possibly catch a glimpse of some local dolphins, whales, seals, penguins and sunfish! You will also witness unique views of Lion's Head, Signal Hill and our local shipwreck. The tour will then be ended off with a breathtakingly photogenic view of Cape Town's treasure, Table Mountain. No previous experience needed. Set your senses free on our 2 hour Sea Kayak Tour, your outlook of Cape Town will be positively changed forever! Other things to note I advise you to wear something to paddle in that's comfortable when wet, as well as a change of dry clothes, a towel, sunscreen, water and a hat. Bring a windbreaker if you have one available. Please kindly take note, kayak capacity 100kg max weight per person.
Experience the Stellenbosch Winelands
A celebration of smaller vineyards driven by passion, honesty and quality. Our first stop is on the Eastern side of Stellenbosch at the foot of the Helderberg Mountains. This is a special location tucked away in the most northern corner of Paradyskloof (Paradise Valley). Pockets of special vines produce a superlative and memorable first tasting. A journey through the vibrant and tree lined streets of Stellenbosch is up next. Steeped in history and charm we'll tell a few stories from the time we spent here during our youth before we reach the Banghoek Valley. Breath-taking views set the tone for an unforgettable experience with the focus on letting our guests understand the sense of place and taste. The award winning wines are brilliantly crafted and produced with the help of the location's very own microclimate. I struggle to believe there is a better setting to taste wine anywhere in the country. Lunch then takes place at either the Boschendal Farm Deli Restaurant or the restaurant at Zorgvliet Wine Estate. The final destination is at a cute family owned vineyard called Mitres Edge where we host the tasting privately in their underground cellar built below their family home often with one of the true matriarch's of the industry and her 6 doggos. 3 different wineries all unique in location, style and charm combining for a true Stellenbosch Winelands experience.
Hike Table Mountain with a Guide
We will hike to the summit of the iconic Table Mountain and experience why it's one of the New7Wonders of Nature. We will take our favorite more easily missed paths to the top. There are many routes that go up and together we will find one that suits your skill and confidence level. The trails all include a combination of hiking, varied levels scrambling and exposure to heights that will allow us to reach incredible viewpoints of Lion's Head, Twelve Apostles, Camps Bay, Back Table, and the Mother City. If you have a specific route in mind we can help you determine if it is suitable for you. The trails we do include India venster, Kasteelspoort, Skeleton gorge, and platteklip gorge but if possible and you are able we can do some more wild options. En route, we will take you into the world of the breathtaking Fynbos Floral Kingdom and the very first occupants of Southern Africa who named the mountain 'Hoerikwaggo' or Mountain in the sea. Once we reach the summit we will go to one of the awesome viewpoints to take some summit photos or just enjoy the view from the top. If the Cable Car Station is open then the hike will finish there, where you can then spend some more time at the top and soak in some more views or go and enjoy a well-deserved treat from the restaurant, my recommendations being their coffee, cold beer, appletiser, and milk tart. Other things to note Experience duration is dependent on the route and guests fitness and should take between 3-5 hours. The experience ends at cable car, if its closed then please add another 1-2 hours for the hike down.
Bo-Kaap : Walk with a local
We start the tour at 71 Wale Street where we discuss the origins of the oldest suburb in South Africa. Our walk then takes us past the Auwal Mosque, which is the oldest mosque in South Africa, which was started by enslaved people in defiance of Dutch law, in 1794 . We stop along the way and grab a koesiester, before walking down the street with all the colourful houses. This is the most-photographed street in South Africa. We then work our way towards Cape Town’s famed spice shop, Atlas, where you will smell the heady aromas of spices used in everyday Cape Malay cooking. These are the same spices used by slaves as an expression of freedom in their masters’ kitchens.
Cape of Good Hope Tour
You will be picked up from your accommodation, then we will start by going to the Colourfull houses in Bo-kaap. It's also known as the Cape Malay Quarter. We will stop here for photos. Next we will be driving through Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay. These suburbs are also known as Millionaires Paradise, with the mountains on one side and the Atlantic ocean on the other. We will stop at Maidens Cove for photos. Then we will continue to Hout Bay harbor, where you can do the boat ride to Seal Island. We will then continue via Chapman's peak drive. This is one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the world, which also makes it perfect for pictures . Then we will continue through the town of Noordhoek, a perfect place to some local roasted coffee. Next stop will be the amazing sight of the African penguins at Boulders Beach and then on to one of the Worlds most famous view points at the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE NATURE RESERVE. From there we will take a drive back to your accommodation. Other things to note Don't travel with too much cash. Leave Passport in your room. Don't go on tour with a big bag.
African Food and Storytelling Tour
This is your invitation to an off-the-beaten-path tour through downtown Cape Town to discover its hidden African food gems— a window which allows you to explore our diverse Mother City from a unique perspective In roughly 3 hours, we showcase how food has the power to hold communities together as we guide you through Cape Town's unexplored and mysterious pan-African kitchens and restaurants. Let us take you on an adventurous culinary journey all the way from South Africa up to Mali, sho't left to Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa, share insights about the incredibly diverse and complex traditions of Somali food culture and the fragrant spices used in African countries that border the Red Sea. The tour includes about 5 stops in which we get to taste the best authentic African dishes and homemade beverages Cape Town has to offer. We visit and celebrate African entrepreneurs and their achievements who have managed to create unique spaces of unity despite harsh conditions in a rapidly gentrifying and sometimes uninviting and even xenophobic environment. Share fresh Injera, steaming soft pap, floral cafe touba and much more, while listening to real-life stories of true community heroes and a live-performance by Xhosa musician Khofhi The King. Pack an empty stomach and open mind! Other things to note This experience is hosted by Dennis and/or Khoffi and you will be tasting authentic African cuisine. Please come with an open mind and be prepared for eating with your hands in a social setting.
⭐ Lion's Head Sunrise/Sunset Hike
We will be hiking up Lions Head, Cape Town's most Instragram'able hike. We plan to either catch the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean or sunrise from the Hottentots Holland mountains. We enjoy some amazing photo opportunities before our descent. During a sunset hike, we descend in the dark using our flashlights (provided). During a sunrise hike, we may hike the first part in the dark using our flashlights (provided). This hike has been an age old tradition for locals especially during the full moon and on clear/windless nights/mornings where the lights of the city below dazzle and the moon and stars show off its beauty in the night sky. Other things to note Wear clothing you are comfortable hiking in. Ensure you wear descent pair of hiking/walking shoes. A fair level of fitness is required. You need to be comfortable with heights. Start times vary based on Sunset and Sunrise and it is critical that we start on time in order to witness Sunrise/Sunset
Amazing Cape Town in a day
You'll be exploring the best of Cape Town in a jam-packed day. Relax in privacy and comfort while I show you some of the best of what my city has to offer. Eat & explore like a local, with a local! We start off exploring the Western slope of Table Mountain National Park along the Atlantic Seaboard heading towards Cape of Good Hope. Passing through Hout Bay, Chapmans Peak and more. You'll have an opportunity to take in the breath taking views while hiking down to the Cape of Good Hope or ride the fernicular up to the Cape Point light house. We then depart to Boulders Beach for PENGUIN SPOTTING! You'll have the opportunity to visit the sanctuary and the beach while exploring at your leisure. After saying goodbye to the penguins, we make our way to our lunch venue at one of THE BEST locations in the Constantia wine district. The oldest wine producing region in the country where you'll enjoy great food, wine, views and conversation. This experience is more that just the landscape and natural beauty of Cape Town. I'll discuss the rich history of the city from personal life experience having grown up here. From the dark past, post apartheid legacies and challenges, to the endless potential for this beautiful city and country. **NB** Entry fees (Cape of Good Hope and Boulders Beach), lunch and the wine tasting will be for your own expense Other things to note PRIVATE tours & BIGGER groups can be accommodated. (DM for enquiries) Entry fees at point of interest (Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach) & food are for your own account. Pickup & drop off can be arranged if close by.