Tours around Cape Town

Helicopter tours

See one of the most beautiful and iconic cities in the world from the air!
Take a scenic flight and enjoy the unforgettable thrill of a bird’s eye view of Table Mountain, Robben Island and the Atlantic seaboard coastline all the way to Cape Point.
There are pre-defined tours of different lengths or you can hire your own helicopter for a custom-made tour, all starting at the V&A Waterfront.

Shark cage diving

Head off on a boat into the ocean and learn about the famous Great White Shark!
Meet this mighty predator of the seas up close from the boat and/or in the water from the dive cage. Be assured that this is done in a safe and professional environment.
Bring a swimming costume, suntan lotion, a cap and sunglasses, a warm jacket and comfortable shoes. Seasickness tablets recommended (take two hours before launch).
Start point is Gaansbai, close to Hermanus ca.2 h from Cape Town.

Whitesharkprojects Great White pic

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Whale watching tour

Experience a thrilling close encounter with the gentle giants of the ocean in the bay of Hermanus!
The average duration of the informative and educational whale-watching trip lasts 2 hours and it runs annually during whale season from June to December.


Horse riding

Wine tasting on horseback in the beautiful nature of the Franschhoek valley!
Take a scenic ride on beautiful arab horses through vineyards, forests and over mountains, stopping at the Rickety Bridge Winery and Mont Rochelle before returning to the stables.
The total riding time is around 2 hours and 30 minutes, with 30-45 minute stops at each wine estate.
Tours take place daily (except Sundays) at 08:45-13:15  or  13:15-17:45
Maximum rider weight 100kg
Beginners and experienced riders welcome, experienced children over 12 years accepted – but no younger children.

Paradise stable Franschhoek

Township tour

Discover the multicultural side of Cape Town and interact with the locals.
From District Six where forced removals changed the lives of many people, to informal settlements where traditional healers and shebeens add to the rich culture of township life.

Township boys