Today you will be taken on a full day private tour of the Cape Peninsula's beautifully rugged coastline, passing through pretty towns and villages.
You will visit Cape Point which is one of the most iconic spots in South Africa.
The Winelands are known as the gourmet capital of South Africa, boasting some of the best restaurants in the country, as well as small delis, charming cafes and bistros.
You will make your way to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent much of his imprisonment during the apartheid.You then drive for around one hour to Franschhoek in the Winelands.After settling into your accommodation, you may wish to take a stroll through the quaint town to browse its cafes, art galleries and restaurants.You can book a guided tour of a winery to gain an insight into wine production and learn about the art of wine tasting. This area is steeped in history, dating back to the Huguenot refugees who moved to South Africa to escape persecution in France in the 17th century.There's a memorial to the Huguenots in Franschhoek, as well as a small museum - well worth a visit if you're interested in history.The rest of the day is yours to spend relaxing at your guesthouse or exploring the local area.We suggest heading to the V&A Waterfront, which has an excellent collection of shops and restaurants lining the harbour.And now, 25 years later, with restaurants all over the country, the mere mention of Col’Cacchio sends taste buds into a wild frenzy. Hi everyone, On Monday I attended a 'speed-dating' night between business and students from across the ACT.Make the most of your time in the Winelands by visiting some of the many vineyards and wineries in the area.You could cycle between several different estates, or take the Franschhoek Wine Tram, which follows a circular route through the town and the surrounding countryside, stopping at a number of different wineries where you can sample some of the region's produce.