• Bo Kaap area of Cape Town

South Africa - Cape Town, Cape Winelands and Eastern Cape Multi Centre

South Africa really does have it all and undoubtedly this suggestion will allow you to see three of the countries highlights. Start your trip in Cape Town - where there is no better place to unwind. Constantly winning awards year after year for its cosmopolitan lifestyle, world class hotels and fine dining, you will be spoilt for choice for things to see and do here. After your stay in Cape Town move on to the Cape Winelands, the gourmet capital of South Africa. Featuring bucolic towns such as Franschhoek offering Cape Dutch architecture, boutique hotels and world-class wine tasting in centuries-old vineyards. Hike along nature trails in the achingly beautiful Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve, take a hop-on hop-off tram tour and visit the Huguenot Memorial Museum dedicated to the French settlers who arrived in the Cape in the seventeenth century. Following your stay here head to the Eastern Cape. Only a short flight away, or if time permits, hire a car and drive the Garden Route. The malaria free game reserves are easy to reach and offer Big Five experiences, as well as a host of other flora and fauna. Being malaria free, the Eastern Cape Reserves are not only ideal for couples, but families alike and lots of the lodges have programmes dedicated to children where they will be fully immersed into the world of conservation.  

10 days

Guide Price

€3,489 pp
Start your journey
Lions Head and Cape Town

Trip highlights

  • Guided tour of Robben Island
  • Table Mountain
  • World class shopping and dining experiences
  • Local wine tasting
  • Food and wine pairing
  • Eastern Cape - Malaria free big 5 game viewing

Cape Town is a great spot for winter sun and is sure to take your breath away.

Its picture-perfect locations is stylish, colourful and exciting with brightly painted houses, world-class restaurants and eclectic African culture. Lovingly known as the Mother City, Cape Town is famous for its epic views and jaw-dropping landscapes; take a cable car to the top of Table Mountain for the best seat in the house and vistas to remember forever.

Slap-bang in the middle of the region's wine regions, Stellenbosch is the perfect base to enjoy all the tasting rooms, vineyards and wine estates this gorgeous part of the country has to offer.

We love packing a picnic and driving through fields striped with grapevines, stopping off to sample a crisp Chenin Blanc or a warming Pinotage, or skipping the packed lunch for elegant outdoor dining at a winery, gazing out across green landscapes and blue-grey mountains.

The 'land of the rising hills' has a rich cultural heritage, 'Big Five' game viewing, open plains and luxurios lodges. Just a couple of hours drive from Port Elizabeth , end your journey in style at the private game reserves, following your trip along the Garden Route or your stay in Cape Town.