Eight days of riding through adventure touring heaven. Includes Game viewing drives, Southern tip of Africa, Cango caves and luxury accommodation.
You Can Never Be Let Down on a Captivating Private Tour of Cape Town
You Can Never Be Let Down on a Captivating Private Tour of Cape Town which is set beguilingly between stunning mountains and the sea.
Cape Town shows off its natural beauty with, rising over the city, is the well known Table Mountain that provides the ideal place for panoramic vistas that stretch to the Atlantic.
There are botanical gardens that beckon from the slopes and the city's long sandy beaches with stunning backdrops that will impress any visitor to Cape Town.
There is a sense of spine-chilling adventure that you can take part in with a vast range of great outdoor activities; paragliding, biking, hiking, surfing, boat tours to watch whales or see great white sharks up close in cage dives!.
Cape Town is the oldest European settlement in South Africa and has had, it is fair to say, a turbulent past. When you visit Robben Island, the notorious prison where the formidable and courageous Nelson Mandela served 18 years.
It is now a living museum.
On Sightseeing Tours Ride the Aerial Cableway to Table Mountain or Visit the Notorious Robben Island
There are many other reasons to visit Cape Town such as the excellent shopping area, Victorian and Alfred Waterfront that has fantastic shops and facilities which add to the brilliant atmosphere that is found here all day and night long.
Take the time to go on guided tours of the many museums where you get to learn so much about the fascinating and checkered past of South Africa.
There is a fantastic lively social life at night with great restaurants serving mouthwatering local and European cuisine, bars, music venues and nightclubs. You will not be disappointed when taking a private tour to Cape Town.
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Travel Tips for Cape Town
The best time to take a trip to South Africa will depend on what you want from your it. Weatherwise, during the months from October to April, are recommended. October, November and April are the ideal months for private tours or sightseeing tours as the weather is cooler, there are fewer crowds and it may also be a slightly cheaper time. January and February are hot, so if it is just a beach holiday you are looking for, it is a perfect time.
Probably the most expensive thing about South Africa is getting there because when you are there, it is relatively inexpensive. The biggest expense is likely to be accommodation, but if you are not too fussy you can get a night in a b&b, with an evening meal, that is basic but clean for $60. Activities are more expensive in peak season, as are private tours, but shop around as prices vary with different tour operators.
Sadly, there is nowhere in the world that is crime free, so when in South Africa be careful of your belongings. Only carry enough money to do you for the day and keep it somewhere safe on your person as there are pickpockets everywhere. Never walk alone at night in unpopulated dark areas. Tipping in restaurants and bars is between 10-15 percent but never feel obliged to leave a tip if the service was a disaster.
South Africa has a lovely climate that is temperate with plenty of sunny, dry days. Winter is June, July and August when it is generally dry and cool with snow only falling in the mountainous regions. September and October are springtimes. Summer is December to February and it also is the rainfall season with The Cape getting most of the rainfall. It can get extremely hot during January but perfect for getting that golden tan you always wanted!
Enjoy a front row seat as the sunrise casts a golden hue across the endless savannah and the wild local residents begin their daily parade.
Cape Town Full-day Sightseeing Safari Tours is ideal for individuals needing to make the majority of their time without giving too much travel time in the nation and appreciate a safari.