Some Ideas for your Itinerary
CULTURE & RELIGION
Visit the countries poorest regions and informal settlements, Cape Town’s oldest migrant worker camp, Robben Island prison which housed Nelson Mandela, Cape Town’s oldest building – The Castle of Good Hope, the Dutch East India Company’s Gardens and the District Six and Holocaust Museum.
Take a backseat and introduce yourself to some of the best sporting events the country has to offer. Create fixtures against local amateur or professional clubs or visit the stadiums and training grounds of the more elite. Spend a day or night taking in the fierce rivalry of a local Soweto Derby, or enjoy a Currie Cup rugby fixture between two oldest rivals. Training camps can be arranged depending on the type of tour created.
Although South Africa is best known for it’s “Big Five” safari adventures, there’s more to see than an elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo. Take the cable car up Table Mountain, or hike it the day after your trip up Lions Head or Signal Hill. Visit the Planetarium and learn about Jupiter, Mars and the rest of the Solar System. If water is more your thing, the Two Oceans Aquarium takes you underwater amongst the oceanlife. If you’re up for an adventure, we’ll arrange the Shark Cage Diving experience or show you how the winds in Blouberg allow for perfect wind and kite surfing but if something more relaxed is your vibe, we’ve got you covered with stand-up paddle boarding at the V&A Waterfront. The beach and horses in Noodhoek offer a more relaxed environment amongst nature whilst a boat ride to the colony of Cape Fur Seals in the Hout Bay Harbour really gets you up close and personal with the local sea life. If the beach is more your thing, revel amongst the Penguins at Boulder’s Beach or enjoy a day soaking up the sun on Camps Bay, Clifton or any other one of Cape Town’s many extravagant and upmarket white-sand beaches.