(Day tour)

Our customized tours can include:

  • 1. Table Mountain Cable Car
  • 2. Cape Point National Park
  • 3. Cape Town City tour
  • 4. Lions Head
  • 5. V&A Waterfront

    App Fee R1900 pp
    Minimum of 4 persons per tour



(Day tour)

Our customized tours can include:

  • Visits and tastings at wine estates in:
  • 1. Paarl
  • 2. Franschhoek
  • 3. Stellenbosch

    App Fee R1900 pp
    Minimum 4 persons per tour



(Day tour)

Depart Langebaan in the morning and set out for a 50 min drive to the charming town of Darling for a wine and olive tasting. Then we head to Evita se Peron, a converted train station in the centre of the town for a koeksister and coffee stop. A koeksister is a deep-fried twisted dough pastry drenched in syrup.

Off to the Darling Microbrewery, we pause for lunch and a tasting of award-winning slow-brewed beers. Then we head off to a local wine cellar for a wine tasting and chocolate pairing, stopping at the Darling Sweet shop on the way to taste homemade toffees, before heading back to Langebaan.

2 to 3 persons = R1250 pp
4 to 8 persons = R1000 pp
Fee includes: Transport, wine and olive tasting, micro beer tasting 4 glasses, wine and chocolate pairing tasting.

Fee excludes: Coffee and koeksisters, lunch, snacks, additional wine and beers, sweets, and items of a personal nature.


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