Flight - 1 night
Cape Town - 3 nights
Oudtshoorn - 2 nights
Knysna - 2 nights
Winelands - 3 nights
Cape Town - 2 nights
Flight - 1 night

Spendology - Widgets


Explore the dramatic scenery, history, culture, flora, wines and fauna of the 'fairest cape' from the stunning beauty of the Garden Route to the Winelands and grasslands of the Karoo

The greater Cape area of South Africa contains some of the country's most unforgettable scenery, its greatest concentration of historic architecture and much fascinating local flora and fauna. Its scenic contrasts include the stark and dramatic mountains of the Cape coast, tranquil and verdant valleys of the Winelands, grasslands of the Karoo and delightful unspoilt woodlands around Knysna.

Most memorable amongst the unusual animal species one might encounter are the seals, penguins and whales, whilst on land the species most likely to amuse are the playful baboons of the Cape Peninsula and the pea-brained ostriches of the Karoo. Bird watchers and butterfly spotters will delight in the many colourful species attracted by the great floral diversity, whilst those with a love of plants will appreciate the semi-desert and temperate forest varieties in addition to the Cape's famous erica and protea.

Rarely can one city offer such a variety of experiences as Cape Town. From the Winelands to the Cape of Good Hope, from the historic Mount Nelson and Company Gardens to townships, Robben Island and the waterfront, all presided over by the iconic Table Mountain. Colonial and African history is revealed along with a varied and unique flora and fauna. The first recorded discovery of the Cape of Good Hope was in 1488, by Bartholomew Diaz, seeking a route to India. Later, Sir Francis Drake was to describe it as “…the fairest cape in the whole circumference of the earth”.

Key Features

Culture & Natural Wonders
Jules Verne Sightseeing
2 UNESCO Heritage Sites
Local Guide Throughout
Group Size: 6  25

Special Events

Tea, Dinner & Drumming

Enjoy an afternoon tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel and a dinner and drumming lesson at the Gold Restaurant.

Day 1 Fly overnight from London Heathrow to Cape Town.

Day 2 Transfer to the 4-star Hotel Pepper Club Hotel for three nights.

Day 3 Visit Table Mountain, weather permitting (excludes cableway ticket), Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, picturesque Bo-Kaap and the Castle of Good Hope. Walk through Company Gardens to the South Africa Museum and ending with classic afternoon tea at the historic Mount Nelson Hotel. (B)

Day 4 A tour of the Cape Peninsula includes Hout Bay, Cape Point, the Good Hope Nature Reserve and Boulders Beach. Walk through historic Simon's Town and visit the SA Navy Museum. Harbour cruise in Cape Town. Gold Restaurant dinner with drumming lesson. (B, D)

Day 5 Travel via Route 62 to Oudtshoorn (6 hrs) to visit the CP Nel Museum and Cango Caves. Two nights at the 3-star Protea Riempie Hotel. (B)

Day 6 A dramatic ascent by special vehicle up Swartberg Pass to the historic 'Ou Tolhuis', base of the H.O.P.E. Foundation. Enjoy the wonderful scenery, perhaps take a short hike. Travel down to Prince Albert for a traditional Karoo lunch. Wine tasting and visit to Meiringspoort waterfall. (B, L)

Day 7 Cross the Outeniqua Pass to George. Visit the Outeniqua Transport Museum, home to many steam locomotives. Continue to Knysna for two nights at the 3-star Moorings Hotel. Sunset cruise across Knysna Lagoon. (B)

Day 8 Explore the forests at Tsitsikamma National Park and visit Plettenberg Bay with its lagoons and rocky peninsula. (B)

Day 9 At Mossel Bay, visit Diaz Museum. Travel to Hermanus, where whales may be sighted from June to November. Three nights at the 4-star Hotel Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa in the Winelands. (B)

Day 10 Visit the heart of the South African wine industry, Stellenbosch, including the Village Museum and the Huguenot Memorial. Enjoy a wine tasting at Stark Conde and visit Eikendal Wine estate for a light lunch followed by a wine tasting. (B, L)

Day 11 Morning at leisure. Enjoy a wine tasting at Delaire Graff and the estate, before returning to Franschhoek. The afternoon is at leisure to explore this quaint town or perhaps take the wine tram. Enjoy a special dinner at the hotel. (B, D)

Day 12 Return to Cape Town. 'No Easy Road to Freedom': visit the District Six Museum and Cape townships with local community guides. Two nights at the Pepper Club Hotel. (B, D)

Day 13 Morning tour to Robben Island, where Mandela was imprisoned, starting and ending at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. (B)

Day 14 Transfer to the airport for the overnight flight to London. Alternatively, fly in the morning to Victoria Falls via Johannesburg for a four-night extension. (B)

Day 15 Arrive Heathrow in the morning. 

  • Key
  • B - Breakfast
  • L - Lunch
  • D - Dinner


per person in a twin/double room
British Airways from Heathrow

Date Price
September 25 £2895
October 23 £2995
November 27 £2995


per person in a twin/double room
British Airways from Heathrow

Date Price
January 22 £2995
February 26 £2995
March 26 £3045
September 24 £3145
October 22 £3195
November 26 £3195

Supplements per person

Single Supplement

Single supplement £595 (2023 £625)

Flight Options

London/Cape Town/London
British Airways World Traveller Plus from £695
British Airways Club World from £3295

Extension Options

Extension - Victoria Falls
4 nights £1295 (2023 £1395)
Single supplement £545 (2023 £745)

Extra nights – Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Hotel (per night) £245
Single supplement £195
Departure transfer £20

Extra nights - Cape Town
Pepper Club Hotel
(per night) £85
Single supplement £60

Privately Guided

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Independent Arrival

Save £800 
Arrival or departure transfer add £25

Price Includes
Air travel and taxes, transfers, 12 nights' accommodation, breakfast daily, 1 lunch and 2 dinners, itinerary as described, services of guides and local representatives. If our specially negotiated airfares are unavailable at the time of booking, a supplement may apply.

Not Included
Travel insurance, optional excursions, tipping, any government taxes or compulsory charges introduced after publication.

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