Why It's Amazing
This tour gives visitors a taste of the best that Cape Town has to offer, from the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point to the Winelands region. It takes visitors to the colourful Bo-Kaap, along the Atlantic Seaboard past Hout Bay and through Chapman’s Peak Drive, if the weather allows. It extends to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and to the Simon’s Town region, where the African Penguin colony can be seen. Further, the tour takes visitors to the world-famous Stellenbosch Winelands region where a visit to a wine farm, wine tasting and a cellar tour will be enjoyed.
About the Guide
Established in 1997, African Eagle Day Tours believes in the importance of community work. It is the founding member of the Tourism Community Development Trust (www.tcdtrust.org.za), which is involved in sustainable community development projects. African Eagle believes that its staff, the majority of which come from the ranks of the historically disadvantaged, is their greatest asset. African Eagle has implemented training programmes that have allowed its staff to become skilled and seasoned tourism professionals.
Experience a multitude of cultures when visiting the informal settlements in Cape Town.
Cape Town Cuisine Route
The people of Cape Town are incredibly diverse and so too is the variety of foods that the city has to offer. As such, the Cuisine Route was designed to give guests the chance to explore the city through food.