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We offer the Best Affordable Top 5 Things to do. Penguins, Wine, Sky Diving, Shark Diving and Paragliding, given you the full experience.
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CAPE PENINSULA TOUR
This must see Cape Peninsula Tour takes the scenic route around, you guessed it… The Cape Peninsula! Some of the stops include the African Penguins in Simon's Town, a delicious lunch by the water, and the world-famous Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope. With some time to explore at each location, you can make this trip YOURS! On the way back up north, you remain on the scenic route with a couple more stops at Hout Bay to pet the seals and watching the sunset with a nice cider, called a "Sundowner". Making it one of the Best Cape Town Tours you don’t want to miss.
The world-famous Cape wines! You will be taken to four of the best wineries Cape Town has to offer, one of which is also famous for their amazing selection of cheese. Everyone will receive our “secret survival pack” along the way but make sure you time it right ;). Lunch will be enjoyed with breath-taking views at La Grapperia, on the grounds of the Spice Route farm. Your tour also includes a drive through the famous Stellenbosch region where the guide will inform you of the local history.
Glasses of Wine
Wine Bottles Bought
Chunders on the Bus
SHARK CAGE DIVING
Come face to face with one of nature's most notorious predators. Jump in a cage with some friends, and experience Jaws firsthand. Leaving from Gansbaai, the boat takes you out into the Atlantic Ocean where you get the chance to go under the surface to look a Great White shark in the eyes.
On the way up in the aircraft and on your way down in free-fall, the view is breathtaking. To the South, the Mother City lies sandwiched between towering Table Mountain and bustling Table Bay harbour. Further to the south, and to the far side of the mountain, lies False Bay, Hout Bay and the splendour of the South Peninsula as far as Cape Point. To the West, you will spot Robben Island - Cape Town's own Alcatraz - and the Atlantic Ocean breaking on the beautiful Cape West Coast, as famous for its icy water temperature as its mouth-watering crayfish. To the North, the Langebaan lagoon , a great kitesurfing and windsurfing venue.
Soaring through the Cape Town sky, paragliding is a great way to see the Mother city and get your heart pumping at the same time. Tandem paragliding needs no previous experience, making it a fantastic, welcoming activity for any and everybody. Flights are mostly done from Signal Hill and on occasion when the wind direction allows from Lions Head inside the beautiful Table Mountain National park.
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Meet The Team
Anna is bi lingual, but German through and through, originally from Essen now residing where the wind blows her, quite literally as she is a qualified sailing instructor, and all round pirate. Doesn’t finish much except her beers, her motto is leave no beer behind. Anna always wears her incredible smile and is typically efficient as is the German way.
Vaughn is 37 years old, and loves his job as a tour guide. We dare you to stump him with some Cape Town trivia. He is a water baby, always surfing, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkelling, scuba diving, and underwater basket weaving. He loves to cook and can make a mean pasta dish. He is passionate about South Africa, as he was born and raised here. You can find him in his office somewhere with a beautiful landscape and a cider in hand at sunset.
Camille is 25 years old. She just graduated with a degree in International Project Management. She loves to be outside, preferably in a new country, meeting new people, and is always in a happy mood! You may find her horse back riding in the bush, or road tripping the entire east coast of Australia. Living in Germany for a year taught her many life skills, most importantly, the importance of beer brewing, but she is originally from Montpelier in the South of France.
Scotty is originally from Washington, D.C., USA, but has spent several of his earlier years in Latin America. Currently, Scotty is attending university and studying design. In his free time he likes to play basketball, surf, hike, and travel. You may find him risking the safety of himself and his camera on one of his adventures for the sake of an awesome picture.