Cape Town Package @ $1100 per person - 3 Day 2 Night

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Tour Price Includes:

  • 3 nights’ accommodation at Break Water Lodge Hotel at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, on a 2 person sharing a room basis: a single room supplement may apply.
  • Breakfast on Day 2,3 & 4, lunch on the 3 Full day trips.
  • Transfer from airport to hotel and back to airport
  • 3 Fully guided Day trips as mentioned above
  • 15% Government VAT tax

Tour Price Excludes:

  • Airfare from Johannesburg to Cape Town
  • Dinner and any other expenses other than accommodation and breakfast at the Breakwater Lodge Hotel
  • Any additional trips not mentioned in this itinerary or personal expenses incurred


Between the islands of Geyser Rock and Dyer Island is a narrow and shallow channel called Shark Alley – reputed to be the world’s best place for Great White shark cage diving. Due to the resident seal colonies in the area, Shark Alley has been dubbed “the supermarket for sharks”.

You will be picked up from your hotel in Cape Town at around 4:40 am and transferred to Gansbaai, 2 hours away.

A short boat ride from Gansbaai, Shark Alley is ideal for those who wish to experience the thrill of getting up close and personal with these giant predators, but who do not possess a dive certification. Your cage dive takes place just meters below the surface of the water so no diving experience is necessary.


Day 1


After an early breakfast, you will be transferred to Johannesburg airport to check in for your 90-minute flight to Cape Town. Upon arrival in Cape Town you will be met by your personal tour guide. The tour starts off with the Cape Point & Peninsula Day Trip: A Scenic Discovery of the "Fairest Cape of Them All"



  • Magical Cape Point –meeting place of the cold and warm ocean currents
  • Cape of Good Hope – impressive views over the vast South Atlantic Ocean from the lighthouse on the edge of the most South Western tip of the African Continent
  • The charming African Jackass Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach
  • The Atlantic Seaboard, the curvy stretch of coastline also known as Millionaire's Mile
  • Imposing 12 Apostles Mountain range – up close and personal
  • Beautiful white beaches of Clifton, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Noordhoek
  • Trendy Sidewalk Café's and Promenades along the beach
  • Picturesque Hout Bay and Mariner's Wharf & quaint holiday and residential villages of Kommetjie and Scarborough
  • Dramatic Chapman’s Peak with its steep cliffs into the ocean


And the highlight of the day: ascend the flat-topped Table Mountain, the iconic mountain of the Southern Hemisphere in a rotating cable car with a breath taking view of Cape Town City, Harbour and much more!

At day's end you will be transferred to the Breakwater Lodge Hotel at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

 "Situated at the foot of Table Mountain, within a stone's throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of unforgettable experiences. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with ocean vistas and mountain views and the fresh sea breeze and warm African sun add zest to a cosmopolitan, vibrant atmosphere. More than 80 restaurants bring a fusion of international food, from rustic al fresco fish and chips to starched table-cloth cuisine"

NOTE: Breakfast is included in your stay at the Breakwater lodge and lunch is included on the day trips.

Dinner is for your own account and you are free to explore the many restaurants at the Waterfront or for a quiet night in, the Breakwater Lodge does have its own restaurant.

We trust you will have fond memories of the fairest Cape and will return for more soon!


Day 2


After an early Breakfast, your guide will meet you for the Full Day Winelands Countryside Day Trip.

Majestic mountains, panoramic views, lush and fertile valleys and vineyards as far as the eye can see... Magnificent wine estates, historical Cape-Dutch homesteads and towering oaks. Add to this the sampling of award winning wines and superb cuisine - this tour of the Cape Winelands offers a unique and diverse flavour experience.

  • We travel along the Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl Wine Routes which have become legendary for both the excellent wine they produce as well as the scenic feast of valleys and vineyards surrounded by majestic mountains
  • Stellenbosch, known world-wide for its quality wines and the spectacular beauty of the surroundings, is home to one of the most prestigious Wine Regions in the world. Founded in 1679, Stellenbosh is the oldest town in South Africa next to Cape Town and boasts beautiful historical buildings, Cape Dutch Architecture and a magnificent university campus. The town is surrounded by the towering Twin Peaks namely the Stellenbosch and the Simonsberg mountains
  • Savour the hospitality and ambience of picturesque Franschhoek, Gourmet Capital of South Africa, which lies nestled in a valley surrounded by spectacular mountains. Franschhoek is a quaint little village rich in history and influenced by the Huguenots who brought with them their age-old wine and food culture.
  • The Winelands offer a vast selection of diverse wine estates; whether you are interested in red wine, white wine, cheese tasting, chocolate & wine tasting, magnificent homesteads, contemporary wineries, exquisite gardens - our guides will recommend the best wine estates to visit that matches your personal interests.

You will be returned at day's end to your hotel at the Waterfront.

We trust you will have fond memories of the fairest Cape and will return for more soon!


Day 3


Explore Hermanus, which is situated on a narrow coastal plain surrounding Walker Bay, nestled between an incandescent mountain range and the spectacular Atlantic Ocean. It was voted Town of the Year in the Western Cape in 2008 and is also "famous" for its clean "champagne air", pristine Blue Flag beaches and charming village shops and crafts. This area is also considered the "Whale Capital of the World". Hermanus provides the best land-based whale watching spot in the world and the intelligent gentle Southern Right Whales, as large as 10 elephants, can be seen up to 20 meters from the rocky shores, but only during whale season which stretches from July to November each year.

Fernkloof Nature Reserve is situated in the Kleinriver Mountains above Hermanus with over 1600 different plant species. It is a very important part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, one of the six recognized Floral Kingdoms of the world. There is no other place on earth where so many different species can be seen growing in such close proximity.

Return to Cape Town via scenic Clarence Drive, considered one of the top 10 scenic drives in the world. It hugs the False Bay coastline and its magnificent sea cliffs on the one side, and is snug against the majestic mountain slopes on the other, passing the quaint coastal villages of Rooi Els and Betty's Bay. Look out for more whales along the South Coast Whale Route as we return to Cape Town.

We trust you will have fond memories of the fairest Cape and will return for more soon!


Day 4

After an early Breakfast you can explore the Waterfront at day time for some shopping before your guide meets you for your transfer back to Cape Town airport for your flight back to Johannesburg at around mid-day.


We trust you will have fond memories of the fairest Cape and will return for more soon!


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