Cape Town and Winelands Itinerary

Travel to South Africa with Intrepid travel to discover the wonders of Cape Town and the regional Winelands. Explore the scenic Cape Peninsula, taste local wines and relax in some of Cape Town’s best restaurants.

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    • UBAP
    • Total twin price tool tip
      AUD $1,265
      CAD $1,290
      USD $1,250
      EUR €870
      GBP £730
      NZD $1,407
      ZAR R12,662
      CHF FR1,052
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    • Total single price tool tip
      AUD $2,125
      CAD $2,165
      USD $2,100
      EUR €1,460
      GBP £1,230
      NZD $2,365
      ZAR R21,270
      CHF FR1,770
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Colonial Dutch Architecture

Table mountain

Stunning Cape Peninsula

Day 1 Cape Town

Welcome to The Mother City of South Africa, where rugged wilderness meets fun-loving people in a unique cosmopolitan atmosphere. Upon arrival, perhaps take a stroll around the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, laze on one of the city’s pristine beaches or sample your first taste of authentic South African cuisine while watching the sun set over the bay.

Day 2 Cape Town Walking Tour

Stroll along roads that hold over 350 years of history. Better understand the challenges of the Dutch settlers, colonial life, the hardships of slavery and the tragedy of the apartheid era. Leave the tour with a new-found understanding of the ‘Rainbow Nation’, knowing where the country has been and where it hopes to stand in the future.

Day 3 Cape Town/Cape Point Peninsula/Winelands

Escape the city and hit up the windingly scenic Winelands. Chill out while driving along the Cape Peninsula, stopping off at Camps Bay, Cape Point Nature Reserve and the Cape of Good Hope for a quick photo op. See Groot Drakenstein Prison, where Nelson Mandela spent two years before his release in 1990, before spending an afternoon relaxing in Stellenbosch. Indulge in South Africa’s premier wine region, sampling the best drops in the area or explore the town and take a hike around the picturesque wine estates.

Day 4 Cape Town Free Day

Today Cape town is your oyster. Pick and choose from the best activities in the city. Perhaps admire the spectacular view from the top of Table Mountain, head to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners were detained, take in the atmosphere of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront or experience a hop-on-hop-off sightseeing tour around the city. Unwind in the evening with a group dinner and another few glasses of the region’s best vino.

Day 5 Cape Town

Farewell the wonders of Cape Town and the Winelands, but not before purchasing a bottle or two of wine to take home as a souvenir.