Your private historical and ultra-scenic tour ideal for couples or friends traveling together, and even small parties, takes you back to the days when the city of Cape Town was called "Tavern of the Seas."' Delight in visiting oldest building in South Africa - Castle of Good Hope - seen along beautiful City Hall, known for the "Mandela Balcony" from where ex-President Mandela delivered his first speech after his release from prison in 1990.
Not only will you see the vibrant flower sellers in the Main Street, but also the Cathedral where Bishop Tutu was Bishop for many years.'The tour takes you along buildings of Parliament and thereafter to the colorful Malay Quarters.
Conclude your magnificent visit to the top of Table Mountain. A revolving cable car allows you to see the different sides of the city bowl while you ride to the top. Beautiful scenes await you, along with your circular walk atop the mountain, before turning back for drop off at your hotel.
Depart at 9:30am for a Mother City Tour. The drive takes us to the Main Street- Adderley Street and relive the experiences of the Portuguese explorers Bartholomeus Diaz and Vasco da Gama when their discoveries led to the southern point of Africa. We carry on to the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest building in South Africa. A visit to the Castle will give you the opportunity to experience the 'Key Ceremony' (weekdays) or the "Changing of the Guards" at noon. Visit the Military Museum and take a look at the William Fehr Collection of paintings and other beautiful masterpieces of furniture.
The next interesting experience is a visit to District Six and the District Six Museum (Open Mondays to Fridays) associated with the eviction of 60 000 people due to the Apartheid system. The museum displays a miniature reconstruction of the old District Six.We then drive via buildings of Parliament, St Georges Cathedral where Bishop Desmond Tutu had his parish, Greenmarket Square and the old Townhouse, The Company Gardens follows. This is the place where the Dutch East Company established a vegetable garden to address the high rate of casualties due to scurvy. A walk in the garden follows where after we head for Table Mountain where we take the revolving Cable Car to the top of the mountain- lunch will be on the mountain(own expense).
The opportunity will be there to stop at a Jewel Factory or Diamond Works and see how diamonds, tanzanite and gold are molded into fine pieces of jewelry. The very interesting Malay Quarter will not only give you an insight in the Malay Culture in the country, but would allow the keen photographer to take beautiful pictures. Visit to the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront follows where after we head to your hotel for drop off at 5pm/ 5:30pm