6 Days

Cape Town Wine Tour

Explore beautiful Cape Town and it's surrounding areas on this short but sweet 6 day tour through vineyards, fine dining and lovely accommodations.

A Quick Trip To Wine Down

The Western Cape boasts what is said to be the longest wine route in the world, encompassing award winning wineries both large and small. Experience some of these beautiful wineries, tasting their offerings and enjoying their beautiful properties. Then take a short trek to see the highlights of the Cape Peninsula. A short, but amazing, trip to the Cape region! See below for a day-by-day outline!

Featured Destinations

Learn more about the destinations featured on this adventure.

  • Cape Town

  • Cape Winelands

  • Cape Peninsula

A South African Experience You Will Never Forget

Day 1 - Cape Town

Upon arrival you will be met by your guide at Cape Town International Airport. Time permitting a short city tour will be undertaken prior to dropping you off at your accommodation in Oranjezicht, a suburb of Cape Town on the slopes of Table Mountain.

Overnight De Tafelberg Guesthouse (bed and breakfast basis).

Day 2 – Cape Town to the Winelands

Morning departure for the Cape Winelands.

The Cape Winelands is the largest wine producing region in South Africa and is divided into six main wine regions, each offering its own unique wine route. Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Wellington are the most popular. The geographic area is generally referred to locally as the Boland, meaning uplands in Afrikaans.

Constantia Valley wine region is situated in mountainous surroundings, and is home to some of the oldest wine estates in the country.

Stellenbosch wine region is the best known wine producing area in the Cape. In 1971 the first official wine route was founded by Frans Malan of Simonsig, Spatz Sperling of Delheim, and Niel Joubert of Spier.

Franschhoek valley wine region was settled over 300 years ago by the French Huguenots. Set against the backdrop of the Franschhoek and Drakenstein mountains, the village has over 30 wine farms.

Overnight La Petite Ferme Guest Suites (bed and breakfast basis).

Day 3 - Cape Winelands

Today will be set aside exploring the magnificent scenery, food and wines of the Cape Winelands.

The Winelands are situated east of Cape Town among beautiful mountains creating some stunning vistas. The region is steeped in culture and history with some excellent examples of typical Dutch architecture dating back to the 17th century.

Overnight La Petite Ferme Guest Suites  (bed and breakfast basis).

Day 4 – Cape Winelands and return to Cape Town

Weather depending, the balance of the day could be spent exploring Table Mountain, which stands guard over the city, and is the most popular of all the tourist attractions in South Africa. Table Mountain is ascended via the cableway, which departs from the top of Kloof Nek road. The cable car, which accommodates sixty-five people, operates on all days, except when high winds or bad weather hampers the safe operation of the service. One can spend about an hour atop the mountain, admiring the incredible views of Cape Town city bowl and the Cape Peninsula.

After lunch you can visit Kirstenbosch, South Africa's premier Botanical Garden which is located on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. In peak flowering season, almost a thousand five hundred flowering plants are on display.

Overnight De Tafelberg Guesthouse (bed and breakfast basis).

Day 5 – Cape Peninsula Tour

Morning departure for a tour of the Cape Peninsula – here you will travel via Platinum Mile to the picturesque harbor village of Hout Bay and pay a visit to the Mariner's Wharf before continuing to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve via the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive (if open). Take the Funicular trip to the top of Cape Point for breathtaking coastal views.

After lunch visit the Penguin Colony at Boulders and end off your day at Groot Constantia, the oldest wine estate in the Cape. Wander through the beautifully restored Manor House (time permitting).

Overnight De Tafelberg Guesthouse (bed and breakfast basis).

Day 6 - Return

Transfer to Cape Town International Airport for your return flight.


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We enjoyed laughter, sunsets, elephants tussling and drinking water, hippos in St. Lucia estuary, dipping our toes in the Indian Ocean and so much more. It truly was a wonderful, memorable visit that will linger inside us forever. Thank you Outdoor Africa!

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THANK YOU OUTDOOR AFRICA for providing me with the experience of a lifetime. Toby customized the trip based on our specific preferences and abilities. Hayden was truly a wealth of knowledge about all things South African and I learned to really appreciate nature in a way that I never had before.

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We could not have had a better trip! My husband worked with Toby Brown in the U.S. who then coordinated with Hayden Elliott over in SA. We had three weeks with Hayden driving us the entire time. His knowledge of the area, animals, birds, etc. was amazing.