This tour takes you from Cape Town city centre up the West Coast to experience an hour long guided tour of how the San Bushmen use to live and survive. During this tour you will view some wildlife too. After a cup of tea or coffee, leave the tranquility of !Khwa ttu and take'a drive'to the quaint little town called Darling'where you will visit'Darling Breweries to'taste some of the 13 craft beers they produce while enjoying lunch at the same time. This is followed by going to Groote Post Wine Estate where you will have the chance to taste 13 of their delectable wines on offer. After a very relaxing and pleasureful day, you will be taken back to your Cape Town hotel via the Blue Peter hotel in Bloubergstrand. This is a must for any foreign visitor to Cape Town,'where you can have a drink while gazing over Table Bay towards Table Mountain.
The tour departs at 8:30am from Cape Town's V and A Waterfront or your city hotel and this route takes you past Blouberg where you will stop for a 5'minute photo opportunity of Table Mountain accross Table Bay. The beautiful coastal road takes us past Melkbosstrand from where youll follow the R27 to !Khwa ttu.'
Here youll join the San (Bushmen) people at 10am for an hour long guided tour. It is a fascinating insight into their culture, heritage, knowledge, skills and contemporary way of life. You will have a chance to see some wildlife too. After enjoying a cup of tea or coffee, leave these friendly people behind and go to the'quaint village'of Darling'.
Here youll visit Darling Breweries for a taste of some of the 13 craft beers in their range while enjoying lunch at the same time. Darling Brew Tasteroom and Brewery offers an interactive and fascinating beer tasting experience in the tasting room and bar which overlooks the working microbrewery.'
After a few beers youll head for the Darling hills and visit'Groote Post Wine Estate to sample'some of their'13 wine varieties on offer. The winery is situated in a lovely green valley threaded by the Klawer River, a stream really, with Kikuyu lawns bordering on the werf, all watched over by the beautifully restored Cape Dutch Klawer Valley homestead and the imposing slave bell (depicted on the Groote Post wine labels).
After this informative tasting session, a short ride'back to Cape Town via the world renowned Blue Peter Hotel in Bloubergstrand for a end of tour drink'and to admire the most spectacular view over the ocean towards'Table Mountain, after which you will be dropped off at your collection point.