DEPART 08h00 - 09h00 | RETURN 17h30
Attention wine lovers!

Allow us to take a breathtaking journey through the winelands of the Cape. Witness the wine making process from the vineyard to the bottle & visit the historical towns of Stellenbosch, Franschoek & Paarl.

Cape Winelands Full Day Tour OVERVIEW

1 Stellenbosch City Orientation
2 Dorp Street
3 De Braak
4 Free walk around historical town
5 Wine tasting at a Stellenbosch wine estate
6 Cellar tour
7 Cheese tasting
8 Drive through Paarl
9 Wine tasting at a Paarl wine estate
10 View Nelson Mandela's former prison (Victor Verster)
11 Franschhoek historical village
12 Huguenot Memorial (oprional)
13 Wine tasting at a Franschhoek Wine estate
14 Helshoogte Pass
15 Enjoy a unique ride on the Franschoek Tram


Cellar tour
Three wine tastings
One Cheese tasting


Optional Visits

What to Expect on the Cape Winelands Full Day Tour


(105 min)

The Stellenbosch winelands, only 20 minutes away from the city of Cape Town, offer superb scenery, completely different to the landscape of the Cape peninsula. Numerous grapes are grown in the region such as Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Pinotage and the Méthode Cap Classique (local champagne). The town of Stellenbosch is a small but very vibrant town with a very famous university and numerous activities such a wine cellar tours and tastings. You will have the opportunity to purchase wines to bring back home to enjoy the region’s wonderful vintages after your visit.


(120 min)

Franschhoek (“the french corner”) is an old Huguenot village. With its numerous streets and estates with french names, the town will make you feel completely disoriented, feeling like you were in France in another era. You will be completely enchanted by the town’s charm and its very peaceful environment. You will get the chance to taste the region’s delicacies, cheeses and its best wines.

Drakenstein Prison

(10 min)

Drakenstein (Victor Verster) is a low-security prison between Paarl and Franschhoek. The prison is famous for being the location where Nelson Mandela spent the last part of his imprisonment for campaigning against apartheid.


(60 min)

The town of Paarl offers a great window into Afrikaner culture and tradition.The district is particularly well known for its Pearl Mountain or “Paarl Rock”. This huge granite rock is formed by three rounded outcrops that make up Paarl Mountain and has been compared in majesty to Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) in Australia. You will also be able to visit the town’s vineyards where you will taste the region’s finest wines.

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