Tours are tailor-made according to the tourists needs. Tours range from Half Day to Full Day Tours and even 2 Day Tours with an overnight stop over.
Village Orientation Tour
Our Village Orientation Tour takes you through our village of quaint shops and restaurants and museums and along our cliff paths, where the Southern Right Whales can be seen. Explore our lovely beaches and walk along mountain paths through our diverse fynbos.
Join us for an educational tour to see the inner workings of a South African Abalone farm. This tour offers a unique opportunity for visitors to experience the farming environment, taste the product and most importantly to see, experience and understand these intriguing animals that are part of the delicate ecosystems of the kelp forests off the Western Cape coastline.
The Hemel-en-Aarde Valley has many popular Wine Farms where you can come experience the wines we have to offer, good food with good wines is what we offer in the valley.
Shark Cage Diving
Come and dive with the Great White Shark in the waters of Gansbaai, only 45min drive from Hermanus.
We offer a variety of activities: Sea Kayaking/Whale watching from boats/Sandboarding/Zip Lining/Paragliding/Quad bikes/Horse Riding/Golf.
Cape Town City tour
Take a tour through the Mother City, which is the oldest in South Africa, visit the Company Gardens where the parliament Buildings stand, the South Africa Museum and Art Gallery. Green Market Square and the flea markets.
Take a trip up Table Mountain with the cable way and explore Table Mountain nature reserve, with breath taking views of the Mother City and its Harbor and Beaches.
Take a tour of the Castle of Good Hope.
Visit the Bo-Kaap formerly known as the Malay Quarter. It is a former township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill and is an historical Centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town.
Cape Peninsula tour
Visit the Fairest Cape as we drive around the peninsula, stopping at some beautiful beaches, reaching Hout Bay where you can do a boat trip to Seal Island. Drive along Chapmans Peak and stop for some amazing photographs as you absorb the magnificent view.
We visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve with all its wild life that it has to offer, making our way up to the most South Westerly tip of the continent. Experience the storm-driven southern tip of Africa as you stand up at the lookout point and think of the sailors that made their way around this tip, travelling from Europe to India.
We then ride towards False Bay, stopping at Simons Town, visit the African penguins at Boulders.
Stop over at Kalk Bay and Muizenburg.
Cape Winelands tour
Tours are tailor-made to suite your wine preference.
The Constantia Valley truly is Cape Town’s Vineyard. It is a region with a winemaking history that dates back to 1685 and which boasts 8 award-winning wine estates, Groot Constantia, Steenberg Vineyards, Constantia Uitsig, Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachting, Eagles Nest, Constantia Glen and Silvermist Vineyards. All are within 15 kilometres of the city centre.
The magnificent Franschhoek Valley is nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape winelands. This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown and our top chefs create international cuisine. Here breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world class cuisine and the finest wines all combine to create lasting memories.
Paarl Wine Route
The Paarl Wine Route, renowned for its rich, full-bodied, spicy red and crisp white wines, is the second oldest in the country. The area is best known for the quality of its Shiraz, the climate favoring this variety. Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinotage, Viognier and Mourvedre are increasingly well regarded.
Stellenbosch Wine Route
Stellenbosch holds the honour of being the most well-known town in South Africa. History, culture, natural beauty, sport, education, and WINE has made the name 'Stellenbosch' resonate around the globe as one of South Africa's premier tourist, wine, business and education attractions.
Wild flower tour
After the spring rainfall, dormant seeds start to germinate, blossoming into carpets of colours as far as the eye can see along the West Coast of the Cape.
This occurs between the months of August and October, depending on the rainfall.
The most popular place to visit is the Westcoast National Park. So, to all the those who enjoy the beauty of what nature can offer, this is a must to see.
Take a drive to Aquila Game Reserve and have an African Safari just 2 hrs from Cape Town.
At Aquila Private Game Reserve, guests enjoy a game drive in an open-air vehicle, while viewing a variety of indigenous and re-introduced animals: such as rhino, lion, and giraffe. Large herds of other African wildlife such as zebra, black wildebeest, klipspringer, duiker, and ostrich, as well as troops of baboon, reside on the reserve. Guides are extremely knowledgeable and friendly.
Included: Welcome drinks at Aquila, buffet breakfast, game drive and lunch.