See the best of Cape Town on this guided, full-day tour for couples or small, private groups or families. From the top of Table Mountain, the'day will start with a birds-eye view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Afterwards, drive to various viewpoints, pristine beaches, and a number of mountains. A lunch stop will be arranged at a restaurant specializing in seafood (meal at own expense). The tour concludes with a visit to one of the most beautiful vineyards in the Mother City to sample five of their best wines. This tour includes a hotel pickup and drop-off, all entrance fees, and a wine tasting.
After a pickup at a local hotel at 9:30am, drive to the lower cable station of Table Mountain and take the revolving cable car to the top of the mountain for the next 90 minutes. This will provide the time to see the beauty of the Mother City from different vantage points while making a circular walk around the mountain. This is preceded by a drive to the summit of Signal Hill for a spectacular view of Robben Island in the distance. Along the way, learn about Nelson Mandela's 18 years on the island.
Later in the morning, drive to the Maidon's Cove viewpoint to see Camps Bay from a distance. A coastal drive along the Atlantic Seaboard follows. This will lead to Hout Bay, a fisherman's village. Weather permitting, the tour will take the very beautiful Chapman's Peak Drive to witness indescribable, scenic views. Out of nowhere the stunning pristine beach of Noordhoek will appear. Needless to say, a photo stop is inevitable.
Another stunning mountain drive leads to Glencairn, on the way to Kalk Bay, where the tour will stop for lunch at a seafood restaurant (own expense). After lunch, enjoy the spectacular Boye's Drive. Once at the top, stop to take pictures of the beautiful Muizenberg Beach, a haven for those who prefer the warmer waters of False Bay. Then carry on to Steenberg to sample some of the best wines South Africa has to offer.
The day concludes with a beautiful drive along the affluent residential area of Bishop's Court. Rhodes Drive leads into the city, but not before passing the oldest University in South Africa.