Drive along the atlantic seaboard via Hout Bay with a visit to Seal Island and then continue to the Cape Peninsula National Park and Cape point. Over Chapmans Peak the most scenic drive within the reserve you will see a wide range of indigenous fynbos as well as baboons, buck and other wild life. We also visit the most southwestern tip of Africa to admire the views from the cliff tops at the old lighthouse. Stop off at the penguin colony at Boulder's Beach to view the penguins.
Wine lover or not, a visit to the Cape Winelands is an absolute must as the region is one of breathtaking vistas and majestic mountain backdrops while being steeped in rich culture and history. Rolling vineyards and quaint Cape Dutch homesteads await you, as well as award -wining wine farms offering some of the country's best wines. Go wine tasting in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Enjoy a leisurely lunch in Franschhoek's main street for a selection of quaint cafe's and bistros.
Highlights: Camps Bay & Clifton • Hout Bay • Noordhoek Chapman’s peak (only if open) • Cape Point Cape of Good Hope • Penguin Colony • Simons
Highlights : Historical Stellenbosch • Paarl cellar tour & wine tasting on a Stellenbosch wine estate • Wine/cheese tasting on a Paarl wine estate View Nelson Mandela’s prison (Victor Verster) Franschhoek • Huguenot memorial Helshoogte pass • Spier wine estate to view cheetahs (time permitting) • Opportunity to purchase wine
Hermanus. A popular holiday destination for tourists and locals alike, Hermanus is hailed as offering the best land based whale watching in the world. From July onwards Southern Right Whales pay homage to these warm, shallow waters in order to calf their young and to mate. The best time for whale watching is between August and November and at this time the bay is dotted with whales. More often than not, they're more than happy to put on a performance. Highlights : Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay Harold Porter Botanical Gardens • Hermanus Land based whale watching Elgin • Sir Lowry’s Pass
One day safari
Join us on a safari and experience Africa’s wild animals. Set in a big green oasis, just two hours from Cape Town, an opportunity to view giraffes, rhinos, zebra, buffalo, a variety of antelope species and more than 165 species of birds, awaits you. This is a malaria free enviroment Highlights: Fruit growing region of ceres • Welcome drink Game drive in open-air 4x4 • Lunch • Return through the Huguenot tunnel via Worcester & Paarl
5 Days/4 Nights
No visit to the Western Cape is complete without at least a few days spent in the beautiful Garden Route region, which is aptly named for its lush greenery and the vast Tsitsikamma Forest. The coastal route includes the towns of Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay and Nature's Valley- each with their own charm and attractions. Day 1 Depart from Cape Town and travel through rolling countryside en route to Oudtshoorn.where we visit an ostrich farm. We overnight in Oudtshoorn. Day 2 Depart after breakfast to visit the Cango Caves, then we depart for a visit to the wildlife park Highlights : Cango caves • Crocs/Lions/wild life • Overnight in Oudtshoorn Day 3 After breakfast we check out of hotel and depart for Knysna via George where we visit the Railway Museum. In Knysna we board the John Benn for a sunset cruise to the heads with dinner on board. Highlights : Railway Museum • The Heads • Sunset Cruise Day 4 Depart after breakfast for a day to the Tsitsikama Nature Reserve with a walk in the forest then onto Storms River Mouth. We return to Knysna where we overnight. Day 5. Our final day takes us through Mossel Bay where we visit Bartholomeus Dias Museum on our return to Cape Town. Highlights: The Old Post Office Tree • Mossel Bay Bartolomeus Dias Museum
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Cape Peninsula Tour Winelands Tour Table Mountain/Robben Island/Bo-Kaap Hermanus whale watching tour [august to november] Day five: Safari Tour Day six: Depart to Oudtshoorn on the Garden Route and visit ostritch farm Day seven: Visit Cango Caves and Wildlife Park Day eight: Depart for Knysna via George where we visit various attractions and do a sunset cruise on the Knysna Lagoon. Day nine: Depart for Cape Town via Mossel Bay and visit Bartholomew Diaz Museum.
Should we not be able to do Hermanus tour we will spend an extra day on the Garden Route Price: euro 1.600 pps The following is included in the price: All tours • Al entrance fees • 3 star accommodation * All transport The following is excluded from the price: All airfares to and from South Africa •All purchases of a personal nature. To take advantage and to avoid disappointments book your tour now.
About us Pearly Gate Tours have from 7 to 44 seater luxury and semi luxury coaches for charter hire. For your safety all include passenger liability and insurance. Driven by professional drivers and at very competitive prices. To ensure you an unforgetable experience, we only u se highly trained g u i de s. Many different language guides available on request. We arrange accommodation from back packing
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Contact us Pearly Gate Tours & Coaches P.o.box 7775 Roggebaai Cape Town 8012, South Africa PearlyGateTours@gmail.com Phone:+27 (0)84 484 2623 Fax: +27 (0)21 374 9123
Pearly Gate Tours Welcomes you to Cape Town - a city with a diverse range of attractions, sights and activities to offer. From lavish and luxurious accommodation to back-packing on a budget, Cape Town has something for everyone. From the white sandy beaches along the Atlantic/False Bay Coast to the vibrant V&A Waterfront and Cape Town city centre. There is nowhere quite like Cape Town. Perched between the ocean and the mountain, it's also the oldest city in our country, and it has a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years.
It is in Cape Town that the rainbow nation really covers the spectrum, as nowhere else in the country do we have such cultural diversity. Time spent in Cape Town will not be forgotten.