Ride on Table Mountain

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Location: South Africa - Cape Town
  • Price: USD 1.157

Nestled in a wide bay surrounded by wild, white sand beaches and majestic Table Mountain as backdrop, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities on the planet. The city, affectionately called the “Mother City”, is the epicenter of the Western Cape province and is home to the South African Parliament. The peninsula on which it sits (Cape Peninsula) was the original home of the nomadic Khoi people for at least 30,000 years until the arrival of the first Dutch settlers.
Table Mountain in South Africa is one of those new seven wonders of the world. It’s a very cute place, with stunning views of Cape Town. As its name suggests, it is a mountain that looks like a table or table and is part of Table Mountain National Park. This park is located in the Western Cape Province in South Africa and was established in 1998. The Park not only presents the appeal of Table Mountain, but also includes the mountain known as Lion’s Head Head), the 12 Apostles and the famous and historic Cape of Good Hope.

Destination: South Africa – Cape Town

Duration: 5 Days – 4 Nights

Type of Service: Deprived

Category: Superior

Housing: Hotels & Resorts

Season: All Year

Languaje: English – Spanish

USD 1.157 per person base in double occupancy

* The price is subject to change based into the program and the availability

*We customize travels to all de Wonders destinations according to your preferences, or the size of the group.

* Your rates will be quoted case by case should any of your bookings materialize during those periods.

* Price per person, in USD (American Dollars).

Hotel:

Standard:

  • Esperanza Guesthouse 4* (www.esperanza.co.za/)

Luxury:

  • The Commodore Hotel & Resort (www.legacyhotels.co.za/en/hotels/commodore)
  • V&A Waterfront (www.waterfront.co.za/stay/overview)

Day 1 – Cape Town

Welcome to South Africa!

Upon arrival you will be met by an Guide who will assist you with your luggage and other arrival formalities. Your guide will join you on your journey while travelling in South Africa

After your arrival at the airport, you will be transferred to you accommodation

Arrival at your accommodation and check in

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

The Big Wheel & the V&A Waterfront

Experience Spectacular Cape Town Views. Our Cape Wheel is a giant observation wheel that offers a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view of Cape Town from the iconic and vibrant V&A Waterfront precinct. Your viewing experience across the Mother City includes Table Mountain, Robben Island, Cape Town City skyline, Paarl mountains, and the Cape Town Stadium. The Cape Wheel offers 30 fully enclosed air conditioned cabins that will take you 40 metres above the ground in safety and comfort on the 12 – 15 minute, 4 revolution ride. The wheel also offers two wheelchair friendly and accessible cabins.

Sunset Cruise on the Waterfront

The Jolly Roger, the only pirate boat in South Africa, offers the young at heart an authentic adventure-filled experience and is particularly popular as a party boat for themed year-end functions, bachelor and bachelorettes and for families with young children. Our 90-minute sunset cruises provide an ultimate view of the African sunset, with Table Bay as the backdrop. Enjoy a sundowner whilst soaking in the breath-taking surroundings and the gentle sounds of the ocean. Sunset cruises are offered on the Tigresse, Ameera, and Jolly Roger.

Overnight Cape Town

Day 2 – Cape Town

Breakfast served at your accommodation

Today you will be visiting one of the 7 Wonders of the world, Table Mountain

Table Mountain

The main feature of Table Mountain is the level plateau approximately 3 kilometres (2 mi) from side to side, edged by impressive cliffs. The plateau, flanked by Devil’s Peak to the east and by Lion’s Head to the west, forms a dramatic backdrop to Cape Town. This broad sweep of mountainous heights, together with Signal Hill, forms the natural amphitheatre of the City Bowl and Table Bay harbour. The highest point on Table Mountain is towards the eastern end of the plateau and is marked by Maclear's Beacon, a stone cairn built in 1865 by Sir Thomas Maclear for trigonometrical survey. It is 1,086 metres (3,563 ft) above sea level, about 19 metres (62 ft) higher than the cable station at the western end of the plateau. The cliffs of the main plateau are split by Platteklip Gorge (Flat Stone Gorge), which provides an easy and direct ascent to the summit and was the route taken by António de Saldanha on the first recorded ascent of the mountain in 1503. The flat top of the mountain is often covered by orographic clouds, formed when a south-easterly wind is directed up the mountain’s slopes into colder air, where the moisture condenses to form the so-called table cloth of cloud. Legend attributes this phenomenon to a smoking contest between the Devil and a local pirate called Van Hunks.When the table cloth is seen, it symbolizes the contest. Table Mountain is at the northern end of a sandstone mountain range that forms the spine of the Cape Peninsula. To the south of the main plateau is a lower part of the range called the Back Table.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Abseiling on Table Mountain

Step off the top at 1000 metres above sea level, and Abseil into mind-blowing vertical space. The panoramic views from the top of Table Mountain are breath taking, but the views from the abseil are even better. Descending down the side of a sheer cliff you will have Camps Bay, the Atlantic Seaboard and the deep blue ocean at your feet with the Twelve Apostles at your side. The Table Mountain Abseil is guaranteed to get your pulse racing.

Hiking up Table Mountain – Platteklip George Route

The oldest, easiest and most direct route to the summit and therefore also the most popular, so expect company along the way. Follows a well-constructed path up an imposing ravine on the north face, featuring dramatic rock-formations in its upper reaches. Tops out near the upper cable station. Extension: from the ravine head, traverse the length of the famous table top summit to the highest point on the mountain for more great views.

Hiking up Table Mountain – India Venster Route

This sensational route leads up directly under the cables of the cable car before skirting around to the back of the mountain. One of the finest half-day options on the mountain. A short de tour leads to an exhilarating traverse through cliffside caves. Suitable for, but not restricted to the more adventurous. Dramatic topography and varied hiking.

Hiking up Table Mountain – Lion’s Head Route

Although only two-thirds the height of Table Mountain, this prominent and detached peak commands panoramic views that will leave you breathless. Route circles the peak before following an exposed ridge to the summit. Available as a sunrise or sunset hike – a truly memorable experience. Also serves as a great alternative for when Table Mountain is covered in cloud.

Lunch will be served on Table Mountain

Overnight Cape Town

Day 3 – Cape Town

Breakfast served at your accommodation

Today, a typical, yet “MUST DO” excursion will take place – visiting the Cape of Good Hope Route

Hout Bay Market

A place where the creative energy and the vibrancy of South Africa come alive in an old authentic fish factory in a working harbour …. where people of all ages and cultures gather alongside one another to celebrate our unique festive spirit …. where the hustle and bustle of a boisterous market fills the air …… where local traders exchange banter with customers …. “that’s a bargain, fo sho, medam! ” … an eclectic stylish wonderland of exquisite art, craft and fashion …. complemented by the delicious aromas of food to tempt all the senses…braaing fish, freshly baked breads and citrus fruits … you pass a robotic mime drawing gasps from giggling kids … the sound of a township guitarist and a groovy sax …… punctuated by singing seagulls …. where the beauty of famous Chapman’s Peak looms overhead ………. and the vibe is just sommer lekker!

Chapmen’s Peak

Chapman’s Peak Drive toll road winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. Chapman’s Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.

Cape of Good Hope

There is a misconception that the Cape of Good Hope is the southern tip of Africa, because it was once believed to be the dividing point between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. In fact, the southernmost point is Cape Agulhas, about 150 kilometres (90 mi) to the east-southeast. The currents of the two oceans meet at the point where the warm-water Agulhas current meets the cold water Benguela current and turns back on itself—a point that fluctuates between Cape Agulhas and Cape Point (about 1.2 kilometers east of the Cape of Good Hope). When following the western side of the African coastline from the equator, however, the Cape of Good Hope marks the point where a ship begins to travel more eastward than southward. Thus, the first modern rounding of the cape in 1488 by Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias was a milestone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish direct trade relations with the Far East (although Herodotus mentioned a claim that the Phoenicians had done so far earlier). Dias called the cape Cabo das Tormentas (Cape of Storms), which was the original name of the Cape of Good Hope. As one of the great capes of the South Atlantic Ocean, the Cape of Good Hope has long been of special significance to sailors, many of whom refer to it simply as "the Cape. It is a waypoint on the clipper route followed by clipper ships to the Far East and Australia, and still followed by several offshore yacht races.

Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach is a sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated. It is located in the Cape Peninsula, near Simon’s Town towards Cape Point, near Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is also commonly known as Boulders Bay. It is a popular tourist stop because of a colony of African penguins which settled there in 1982. Boulders Beach forms part of the Table Mountain National Park. Although set in the midst of a residential area, it is one of the few sites where this vulnerable bird (Spheniscus demersus) can be observed at close range, wandering freely in a protected natural environment. From just two breeding pairs in 1982, the penguin colony has grown to about 3,000 birds in recent years. This is partly due to the reduction in commercial pelagic trawling in False Bay, which has increased the supply of pilchards and anchovy, which form part of the penguins diet. Bordered mainly by indigenous bush above the high-water mark on the one side, and the clear water of False Bay on the other, the area comprises a number of small sheltered bays, partially enclosed by granite boulders that are 540 million years old. The most popular recreational spot is Boulders Beach, but the penguins are best viewed from Foxy Beach, where newly constructed boardwalks take visitors to within a few meters of the birds. It is also a popular swimming beach, although people are restricted to beaches adjacent to the penguin colony.

Lunch will be served at a local Restaurant

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Cycling Trips in and around Cape Town

Half Day | Sunrise/Sunset Cape Town Cycle

This fun-filled excursion is the ideal way to experience the beautiful Cape Peninsula and the culture and heritage of Cape Town! We leave the much-celebrated V&A Waterfront, riding through the historic harbour and alongside the Atlantic Ocean as the sea breeze fills the air. We visit the newly completed Cape Town Stadium and the Green Point Urban Park as well as the oldest working lighthouse in the country. Our journey continues along the Sea Point Promenade, with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. We ride through Bantry Bay and stop at Darwin’s Rocks, where the famous explorer himself stopped in the HMS Beagle! We make our way past Clifton and its four attractive beaches and onto Maidens Cove, where we take in the magnificent views of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and Camps Bay Beach. We ride alongside the bustling Camps Bay promenade and silky, white sand beach, where the beautiful folk of Cape Town come to play. We return via High Level Road with its magnificent views over the ocean, cycling beneath the mighty Lion’s Head and Signal Hill, making our way back into the city. We meander through the delightful De Waterkant Village, the pink heart of the city and explore the Company Gardens, initially established as a trading stopover by the Dutch. We then take in the bars and cafes on Long Street, heart of the city’s nightlife and climb up into the historic Malay quarter of the Bo-Kaap (Upper Cape), home to Cape Town’s Moslem community, with its colourful houses, cobbled streets and historic mosques. We slowly return to the Waterfront for a glass of sparkling wine complimented by gourmet canapés at the lovely Tobago’s Terrace Restaurant overlooking Table Bay.

Half-Day | Ride with Velokhaya – Cape Township

After a trip introduction and briefing we shuttle out to Khayelitsha Township on the outskirts of Cape Town. With an estimated 1.5 million inhabitants, Khayelitsha is one of South Africa’s largest townships and means “New Home” in the Xhosa language. We begin our tour at the Velokhaya BMX Oval and Life Cycling Academy which gives children from this community a chance to be engaged after school hours. After a quick introduction to the Velokhaya project and a chance to cycle the BMX track (if you dare!), we take to the roads with a local guide explaining the culture and customs of the community. We meander past local shebeens (pubs) and butcheries grilling meat alongside the street, with the opportunity to sample local delicacies such as sheep's head and home brewed beer. We stop at Lookout Hill and climb to the top of this panoramic viewpoint. We then visit an informal settlement comprised of tin shack dwellings, getting the oportunity to meet members of this community and play with the children. We proceed to make our way past the train station, local shopping centre, spaza shops selling groceries, home styled hairdressers and many more exhilirating sights and sounds. We finally circle our way back towards the Velokhaya BMX Oval where we enjoy a delicious platter and refreshments before returning to Cape Town.

Full Day | Constantia Wine Valley

Step back in time and retrace the history of viniculture in South Africa by visiting the country's foremost wine estates in the lush Constantia valley. Meander through the rolling vineyards on your bicycle, learning first-hand about the various vintages, all the while framed by the brooding backdrop of the mighty Table Mountain. The valley also boasts an array of award-winning restaurants that are consistently voted among the best in the world.

Full Day | Fairest Cape Peninsula Tour

Trade the tour-bus- only experience for a bicycle-shuttle- bus combination and explore the best of the Cape Peninsula from the saddle. We meet at the V&A Waterfront and shuttle up to Signal Hill for a bird’s eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard. From here we descend slowly into Camps Bay and alongside the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range before a little bit of climbing which takes us to the historic Hout Bay Harbour. We then make our way up the spectacular Chapman's Peak mountain pass for a superb lunch spread with the best views around town! In the afternoon, we enjoy a guided hike to the old lighthouse at Cape Point which stands head and shoulders above everything else. We also offer a guided hike (or bike ride) from Cape Point to the Cape of Good Hope, which showcases the unsurpassed beauty of this hidden gem at the most southern tip of Africa. Hopefully we may be lucky enough to spot zebra, eland, baboons and ostriches, to mention a few of the species in this protected reserve! We return back to the city along the eastern side of the peninsula visiting the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach for a close-up view of the Jackass species before you are transferred back to your residence in Cape Town.

Full-Day | Cape Cycle Safari – Private Reserve

After a trip briefing at the historic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront we leave Cape Town and make our way along the West Coast and its quaint fishing villages, windswept beaches and rugged shoreline dotting the Atlantic Ocean! This region has yet to be swamped by tourists and still exudes an off the beaten track air and it is exactly for this reason that we bring our guests here – to show off one of our best kept secrets! We transfer to Buffelsfontein Game Reserve, a private reserve where we have scouted an excluisve cycle route through the wilderness. We are met by our armed ranger and back-up vehicle, and after learning about the various fauna and flora in the reserve, we hop onto our trusty bikes and the adventure begins! We may get up close to a variety of antelope and plains game, including zebra, giraffe, oryx, wildebeest, kudu, eland, springbok and we can visit the cheetah and lion enclosures to marvel at these mighty cats! Not only does cycling ensure a more intimate experience, it allows us to get closer to nature than we ever expected and makes for amazing wildlife viewing! After our guided cycle we return to the lodge for a well-deserved lunch and detailed explanation of all the plants and animals we have been priviliged to witness from the saddle. If you wish to extend the tour, an optional extra is an afternoon game drive in the reserve or visit to the West Coast National Park, before we make our way out of Buffelsfontein and back to Cape Town!

Overnight Cape Town

Day 4 – Cape Town

Breakfast served at your accommodation

Today you will embark on a short walking tour of the Mother City

Our Cape Town tour of heroes and villains, political violence and peaceful revolutions, drama and harmony and a great deal of personal insight in living and being a real Capetonian. Highlights usually are St Georges Cathedral and Desmond Tutu – The Parliament and the President’s House – Mandela’s first speech as a Free Man – The oldest living citizen in Cape Town – Green Market Square – The Castle of Good Hope – The most spoiled citizens of Cape Town – The Slave Lodge – Company’s Garden.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

No visit to Cape Town is complete without a stroll through the most beautiful garden in Africa – the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, one of the most highly acclaimed botanical gardens in the world on the slopes of Table Mountain. The garden lies in the heart of the Cape Floristic Region, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, making Kirstenbosch the first botanic garden in the world to be included within a natural World Heritage Site.

Castle of Good Hope

The Castle of Good Hope has been the centre of life at the Cape since its inception in January 1666. It has survived many challenges in its time and was constantly under threat of being demolished for personal and materialistic gain. Sentiment in the early days whereby the then Imperial Government offered the Castle for sale for a mere £83.340, would seem to be nothing new and thanks to the military authorities they evoked a strong public reaction in favour of retaining the Castle of Good Hope.

Company Gardens

The Company’s Garden is a park and heritage site located in central Cape Town. The garden was originally created in the 1650s by the region’s first European settlers and provided fertile ground to grow fresh produce to replenish ships rounding the Cape. It is watered from the Molteno Dam, which uses water from the springs on the lower slopes of Table Mountain.

Bo-Kaap

The Bo-Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter. It is a former township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre and is an historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. The Nurul Islam Mosque, established in 1844, is located in the area. Bo-Kaap is traditionally a multicultural area. The area is known for its brightly coloured homes and cobble stoned streets. The museum, which dates back to the 1760s, is the oldest house in the area still in its original form, and well worth a visit. It highlights the cultural contribution made by early Muslim settlers, many of whom were skilled tailors, carpenters, shoe makers and builders. It contains 19th century furnishings which include a fine Cape drop-leaf dining table, Cape Regency-style chairs and a bridal chamber decorated to match the bride’s dress.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES – (Helicopter Flights)

Robin Island Flight

A Robben Island helicopter tour offers an unrivaled experience that lets you see this amazing island in a way unimaginable from the ground.

Two Oceans Flight

Take off from the V&A Waterfront & enjoy a scenic flight along the Atlantic Coast over to False Bay, passing Fish Hoek to Muizenberg.

Full Peninsula Flight

Take the Full trip from Cape Town to the Cape of Good Hope. View the Cape Peninsula from all angles before flying along the False Bay Coast and onto Cape Town. A truly unforgettable experience

Heli-Harley Combo Flight

Fly along the Atlantic Coast and over Hout Bay to the Groot Constantia Estate. Stop for lunch at Simons restaurant and then return to Cape Town on a chauffeur driven Harley Davidson.

Overnight Cape Town

Day 5 –  Cape Town International Airport

Breakfast served at your accommodation & Check-Out

Today you will depart via the famous R62 back to the Cape Town International Airport for your flights

back home

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6.3.- The “provider” accepts and authorizes the “Site” to share the relevant personal information that may be provided, for the management of reservations and/or purchase applications, such as airlines, hotels, car rental companies, wholesalers and other suppliers of the products and services that the “User” hires through the “Site”. Also, to share the personal information with suppliers who provide services for the “Site” or the “Company”, including credit and debit cards, customer service, marketing and fraud prevention.

7.- INDUSTRIAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

7.1.– Everything on this “Site”, being understood by the texts, images, brands, graphics, logos, buttons, software files, color combinations as well as the structure, selection, order and presentation of its contents are the property of the “Company” and the reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation are prohibited. It is also prohibited the reproduction, retransmission, copying, transfer or broadcasting, total or partial, of the information contained in these pages, whatever its purpose and the means to be used.

7.2.– The “User”, will be able to use the “Site” only and exclusively for private and individual use. It is not permitted to copy, reproduce, transmit or distribute the content of the “Site” in any way, or the services that can be obtained through the same without the prior and express consent of the “Company”. The “User” shall not establish links to web pages of the “Site” without the prior and express consent of the "Company".

7.3.– The “company” shall not be liable, directly or alternatively:

● The infringement on the part of the “User” of intellectual and industrial property rights, of the right to honor, personal and family privacy and to the image of the people (photos), property rights or any other nature belonging to a third party as a result of the broadcast, diffusion, storage, putting available, reception, obtaining or access to the contents.

● The links that enable the “User”, through the “Site”, to access benefits and services offered by third parties not belonging or under the control of the “Company” and therefore it will not be responsible for any information contained or any effects that might result from such information.

8.- INDEMNITY:

8.1.- The “User” warrants that will use the products and services reserved or purchased in the “Site” with tourist or commercial purposes only, and that in no case will be activities or illegal operations through the use of the product or service reserved or purchased, including but not limited to the damages (material, moral or any other nature) produced to third parties, public and/or private entities. Moreover, warrants to hold harmless and to answer for the damages to the “business” as a result of the abuse, inadequate or inaccurate usage of the product or service purchased or reserved.

8.2.- The "Company", in no event, shall be liable for the acts or events that occur as a result of

unforeseeable circumstances, climatic phenomena or facts of nature that happen before or during

the development of the services that prevent, delay in any way the total or partial execution of the

services contracted.

8.3.- The “Enterprise” will not be responsible for schedule modifications, delays or cancellations, amenities, equipment used or any other alteration made by the transport companies.

8.4.- The "Enterprise" only responds by facts made directly by their dependents or managers. Therefore, stays not liable from all responsibility in front of the “User” in response to acts of third parties that will cause damages of any nature and circumstances.

9.- DOCUMENTATION AND ID CARRYING:

9.1.- The “User” should learn about the requirements of their country of residence in matters of leaving its borders, as well as the requirements to enter and stay in the country of destination, from the immigration, customs and health authorities of the same, being at the sole and exclusive responsibility of the “User” possess the documentation and necessary visas, as well as the certificates of health required by the destination authorities.

9.2.– All costs necessary to obtain the documentation and/or necessary visas and/or certificates of health (if applicable) for leaving the country of his residence and enter and permanence in the destinations where product or service has been hired by the “User”, will be at exclusive responsibility of the User.

10.- LAW/JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION – JURISDICTION

10.1.- The terms and conditions of this “Contact” shall be binding on the parties under the legal interpretation in Spanish, being considered as original text. The translation to another language/s of these Terms and Conditions shall be considered only as courtesy, and in no case may be interpreted as a legal or valid document.

10.2.- These contractual terms and conditions are governed by the laws of the Argentine Republic and before any divergence and/or conflict derived from these, the parties involved agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the ordinary courts of the City of Posadas, State of Misiones, Argentina, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond.

When to Travel to Cape Town:

South Africa enjoys a temperate climate compared to many African countries and is a magnificent destination at any time of the year. However, depending on what you plan to do, it is worthwhile to inquire about the seasons. Winter (June to September) is cooler, drier and ideal for outdoor activities. As the vegetation is less leafy, animals gather in rivers and other permanent sources of water to drink, so that is also the best time to see wildlife. Spring (mid-September to November) and fall (April and May) are ideal almost anywhere. Spring is also the best time to see the vast Northern Cape plains carpeted with wildflowers.

What to carry on the suitcase?

Take the essential but do not stay short. Cape Town is a city with a very changing climate and with rain in winter and heat in summer, so it is important to wear long pants, hats, t-shirts, shorts, comfortable shoes, hat, raincoat and umbrella.

Tips Policy:
Gratuities are not included in the price, however, we want to make it clear that they are not an obligation. Each passenger decides how, how much, they want to tip.

 

 

Vaccines:
Be sure to consult your doctor, which immunizations may be necessary for the country. We recommend immunizations for Hepatitis A and B and typhoid. You could consider a Yellow Fever vaccination and preventive pills for Malaria in the event that you go to the rainforest or jungle. Travelers should be current on all other standard vaccinations. ALWAYS consult a doctor before you travel.

Visa and Passport Information:

Tourist visa can be obtained on arrival. However, check with the embassy as it varies depending on the country of origin.


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