Explore the Best of the Western Cape with Cape Town Tours

When visiting South Africa, it’s very unlikely that a tourist or travelling party will miss out on visiting the Western Cape and Cape Town. 34º South Tours make sure that their guests see this province and explore the beautiful Mother City; it is one of the world’s most idyllic regions and offers an endless list of attractions and activities for guests. The problem that many tourists face however is that they simply do not have enough time to do and see it all. Cape Town tours, Cape Winelands Tours and Garden Route tours allow guests to visit the Cape’s most popular attractions and beautiful best-kept secrets. Undoubtedly, the best way to discover the Cape is by embarking on Cape Town tours.

And although the entire Western Cape is incredibly beautiful, offering guests different landscapes, its very own unique flora, African safaris and a blend of Europe and Africa which is unique to the Mother City, 34º South Tours have planned and investigated how they can show guests the absolute best of all the “must sees”. This way, guests are assured that their time isn’t wasted and that they can fit all that needs to be seen and done into their busy schedules. What’s more, they can enjoy the Cape without having to stress about driving and planning their days; once booked on a tour all these annoyances are taken care of. And to top it off, most tours have inside information and even deals with tourist attraction operators to make sure that guests don’t pay an arm and a leg to see it all.

Cape Town tours are the most popular tours in the Western Cape, taking tourists to the beautiful beaches and cliffs along the Atlantic Seaboard, the glamorous V&A Waterfront, Cape Point Nature Reserve, historical monuments and reminders, the enchanting Kirstenbosch, and of course, the iconic and majestic Table Mountain. These Cape Town tours also take guests to see the African Jackass Penguins at Boulder’s Beach, will take you to the ferry port to Robben Island and will even tell you where to go shark cage diving.

And as the Cape is popular all over the world for its wines and vineyards, Cape Winelands tours have been established to take guests to the region’s most popular, award-winning, historical, and beautiful wineries. Guests are taken to the quaint and culturally rich towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, getting the chance to explore one of South Africa’s oldest towns and its art galleries, museums, award-winning restaurants and stunning oak-lined streets. The vibrant vineyards and Old Dutch homesteads can be explored, allowing guests to take their times listening to each wine-maker’s story and take a look around the vineyards.

The Garden Route has enticed thousands of tourists to visit South Africa and the Western Cape. Not only can they see the beautiful eastern coastline of South Africa but they can watch how the landscape changes as they move away from Cape Point. Garden Route tours will take you to the popular whale town of Hermanus, allowing you, during wale season from June to November, to observe the graceful Southern Right Whales. You’ll also be able to stop off in the idyllic town of Plettenburg Bay and see the Wilderness and Knysna Forrest. This part of South Africa is tranquil, slow-paced and will show you South Africa’s wildlife in the Western Cape.

Cape Town tours will show you the enchanting attractions and beauty of the Western Cape. Whether you choose to explore the Cape Peninsula while on Cape Town tours, go wine tasting while on Cape Winelands Tours or to relax while on Garden Route Tours you’ll be amazed with the exciting things to do and the beautiful things that you’ll see. Vacations in the Cape are amongst the most popular holidays in the world and without a doubt will leave you enchanted