The Dutch landed in the Cape in 1652. The last 360 years has seen Cape Town develop into one of the most beautiful cities in the world. With the magnificent Table Mountain standing guard over the city, how could it fail to achieve its grand status? The cosmopolitan composition makes it an exciting city and well worth a visit
Similarly, the town of Stellenbosch dates back 300-odd years, as do some of the wine estates. During this time, the art of making fine wines has been refined and today South Africa produces some of the most sought after wines in the world
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In Cape Town, accommodation is at a luxury hotel right on the beautiful waterfront. There are a number of very interesting places to visit – Robben Island – where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated, the world-famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the penguin colony at Boulder Beach or a drive to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve at the southern-most tip of Africa, where the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans meet. A visit to Cape Town would not be complete without a trip in the cable car to the top of Table Mountain for breathtaking views.
Trips will also be arranged to Stellenbosch to visit some world-famous wine estates. Here you will sample some excellent wines over a delicious lunch in beautiful settings. These memories will linger forever!
All flights (Economy class – international ex Sydney and domestic within South Africa), accommodation (4 star on the waterfront) main meals, and transport
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, snacks, visa application fee (if applicable)
Your camera and all personal items.
It can get cold in Cape Town during winter so pack warm clothes
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