Cape Peninsula Essentialsfrom
All Inclusive Per Person for 3 Nights to Cape Town.
Cable up the astonishing Table Mountain. Catch stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Explore the Flora and Fauna along the Cape Peninsula and frolic on the pristine beaches, all in a memorable 3 days.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeBeach, Children, Culture, Family, Guided Tours, History, Natural Wonder
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Medium Group
The Cape Peninsula Essentials is the ideal trip for Couples, Families and Friends who desire a scenic, beach and city heritage holiday in the lovely country of South Africa.
Discover the finest beaches in the Southern Hemisphere and the amazing Table Mountain.
Your adventure begins when you touch down at the Cape Town International Airport. You will be warmly welcomed and transported in comfort to your 4* Guest House/Hotel to refresh.
During your three nights in Cape Town, you will Cable-ride up to the flat topped Table Mountain, drive around the scenic Cape Peninsula and frolic on it’s pristine beaches.
Cap your Cape Town leg off with a touching Township Tour and a moving Robben Island Tour, the infamous Prison Island.
This is an All Inclusive Holiday with Fully Guided Tours. All Accommodation, All Breakfasts, Transportation and Tours are included. The Holiday Trip Includes:
- All Breakfasts
- All Accommodation including Bottled Water
- All Road Transfers
- All Tours and Guides for entire Trip
This Holiday Trip involves travel to South Africa, clients are advised to obtain the relevant Travel Documents as their Nationality determines.
- Dinner and Lunch
- Travel insurance and other emergencies
- Visa fees and Entry Clearing fees
- National Park and Activity Entry Fees
- Single room accommodations
- Liquors, beers and soft drinks/fruit juices
- Photography and other accessories like cameras,binoculars etc
Welcome to Cape Town
⇒ Meet and greet at the Cape Town International Airport
⇒ Transfer to 4* Guest House/Hotel for Refresh
⇒ Hotel Pick-Up, Transfer to Table Mountain Tour
⇒ Table Mountain Tour (4 Hours)
⇒ Cape Town City Tour (3 Hours)
⇒ Africa Cafe Dinner (Self Paid)
⇒ Transfer to Hotel & Good PM
Full Day Cape Peninsula
⇒ Hotel Pick-Up for Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour :
⇒ Clifton & Camps Bay Scenic Ocean Drive (1hr 30min)
⇒ Hout Bay & Seal Island Boat Trip (1hr)
⇒ Cape Point Nature Reserve Tour (1 hr 30min)
⇒ Penguin Colony & Simon’s Town Tour (45min)
⇒ Muizenberg Beach Frolic(30min)
⇒ Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (45min)
⇒ Dock/Beach side Dinner (Self-Paid)
⇒ Transfer to Hotel & Good PM
Heritage & Culture Day
⇒ Hotel Pick-Up for Half Day Township Tour :
⇒ District Six Apartheid History (30min)
⇒ Langa ’Ubuntu’ Culture Experience (45min)
⇒ Township Entrepreneurs Interaction (15min)
⇒ Shebeen Experience (20min)
⇒ Transfer to V&A Water Front & Lunch (Self Paid)
⇒ Boat Cruise to Robben Island (30 Mins)
⇒ Robben Island Apartheid History Experience (3 Hrs)
⇒ Boat Cruise to V&A Waterfront (30 Mins)
⇒ Culture Dinner @ Gold Restuarant (Self Paid)
⇒ Transfer to Hotel & Good PM
⇒ Morning Check Out & Transfer to Cape Town Airport
Enjoy your holiday trip in the comfort, peace and privacy of carefully selected 4 star Guest Houses, Boutique Hotels and Authentic Safari Camps Partners.
Hospitality Excellence – From all our accommodation partners, expect pristine facilities and amenities, proficient and personalised service and the best local and international cuisine.
Best Rates – Because of the good accommodation partnerships, we are able to pass on very competitive accommodation rates to you on your Holiday Trip that you may not get by booking independently.
Choice – For each of the destinations you have at least 3 properties to choose from for your stay that each have an individual appeal and the same service promise.
Always available – From the time you land and throught your Trip, we are always available on telephone/email/whatsapp to handle any (rare) complaints that you may have concerning any of our Accommodation partners’ facilities and services.
Accommodation in Cape Town Includes:
⇒ Double/Twin Beds
⇒ Breakfast – South African Farm/Full English/Continental
⇒ Free WiFi
⇒ Full Guest Amenities
⇒ Concierge Service
All Accommodation excludes:
⇒ Laundry Services (Paid for)
⇒ Dinners & Lunches
Southern Africa is generally a safe destination and like all places on earth,has its fair share of health hazards.
It is important to ensure you have the right health advice and vaccinations for travel to Southern Africa before you set off on your trip. Visit a doctor or travel clinic at least four weeks before departure for most up to date advice and vaccinations.
The vaccinations normally recommended are: hepatitis A + B, typhoid and diphtheria.
If you’re an adult, you won’t need any inoculations unless you’re travelling from a yellow-fever endemic area (the yellow fever belt of Africa or South America), in which case you will need certification to prove your inoculation status when you arrive in the country.
Malaria is a parasite in the bloodstream, spread via the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito that has occurences in Kruger National Park, KwaZulu-Natal, Victoria Falls, Chobe and Hwange National Park areas that we service. Though recent statistics show the least occurrence ever.
Advice would to take antimalaria prophylaxis in good time before travel.
Good-quality health care and sanitation is available in all of Southern Africa’s major urban areas.Tap Water is available across Southern Africa and it is both palatable and safe to drink straight from the tap.
The quality of the food is excellent, and Southern Africa has some of the top Hotels,Lodges and restaurants in the world.
We have a warm sunny climate and you should wear sunscreen and a hat whenever you are out of doors during the day, particularly between 10am and 4pm.
Southern Africa is generally politically and economically stable. Crime rates are generally low with a few exceptions in major urban areas.
It is still prudent to exercise safety and here are our top tips for keeping safe:
Valuables, Avoid carrying large sums of cash, don’t valuables (cameras,laptops,tablets.phones) in plain sight and do not leave belongings unattended.
Keep copies of all valuable documents in a safe place
Heed the advice of your Tour Guide and avoid walking in deserted and dark places at night. Park in a secure, well-lit area with street guards.
Use ATMs in well-lit and safe places.
Don’t allow your card to be removed from your sight.
Don’t accept help from strangers or give out your pin number, not even to persons claiming to be bank officials.
Watch out for the people standing very close to you and looking over your shoulder as you type in your pin.
Never leave your card in the ATM. If it gets stuck or swallowed, follow instructions provided on the ATM machine.
Make sure you are not followed after a transaction.
Should needs arise, our incident management office is available at all times for any health and medical emergencies on +44 345 450 6103