Experiencing the Cape Winelands

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Are you the type of person who shines your one-of-a-kind crystal wine glasses five times a day? The type of person who sends back a bottle of red wine because it’s too warm? Wine is more than just a drink, it’s a passion and for those who want to explore it, there’s nothing better than an amazing vineyard tour.

Taking a tour to South Africa?

There’s one thing you cannot miss – the Cape Winelands. Famous the world over, these Winelands boast some of the best wines in the country and prides itself on its amazing views.

With so many amazing Vineyards to choose from, you can’t go wrong. Whether you’re a fan of something sweet and red, or you’re more one for the sparkling wines, you’ll be able to find the perfect wine for you. We recommend taking some time out and doing a Wineland tour of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, and Paarl.


Just an hour away from Cape Town, the Stellenbosch wine route is the oldest in the country and showcases over 300 wineries. With a wine route so vast it’s been divided into several sub-routes including, Bottelary Hills, Devon Valley Vintners, Helderberg and Simonsberg-Stellenbosch.


Known for its warm hospitality and breathtaking scenery, Franschhoek Wine route is something worth seeing. Built around a small town this route boasts distinctive artistry and is the gourmet capital of South Africa. So expect to experience some of South Africa’s greatest wines and enjoy delicious food on this route.


This spectacular wine route started as an outpost for trade between Dutch settlers and the local Khoi, giving it an air of local culture and making it unique. The name derives from the appearance of the Paarl rock, which resembles a pearl after the rain. Just 45 min away from Cape Town this wine route is part of the experience of the Cape.


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