Project Description

The power spots of the earth that you can feel with your five senses

Starting with a winery tour where you can sample wines from South Africa, you can visit the Cape of Good Hope, which is located in the most southwestern part of the African continent, and is familiar with history textbooks. I will visit.

Aim at the summit while watching the magnificent panoramic scenery on the cable car that rotates 360 degrees. At the top of the mountain, you can enjoy a spectacular view of small animals, rare plants, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean, and two oceans.

Let’s go and feel the power of nature in a place that is said to be the power spot of the earth!

Points of this tour

1Relax in Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope

Cape Town is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Since it is the birthplace of South Africa, it is also called “Mother City” and is a port town blessed with abundant nature. To make the most of the beautiful scenery of the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and two oceans, the beautiful cityscape, and the surrounding area and the Cape of Good Hope, we decided not to hurry and have a relaxed schedule. You can go around efficiently and relax to enjoy the sights.

ケープタウン市内・喜望峰をゆったりと

2Enjoy African wine

Speaking of South Africa, South African wine is very famous. The tour goes around the world-famous wineries, such as Stellenbosch and Franschuk. Tasting wine and champagne while learning the process of making wine. An adult tour to the next winery while getting tipsy. Look for your favorite wine and enjoy South Africa in taste!

アフリカのワインを堪能

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Tour highlights

Table mountain in the sky in south africa

Table Mountain has an altitude of 1,086m and has a plateau-like terrain, and the top of the mountain is flat like a table. The ropeway gondola to reach the summit rotates 360 degrees, so you can see the panoramic view of Cape Town from any position.

Stellenbosch

The second oldest town in South Africa, located 50km east of Cape Town. Known as the best wine producing region in South Africa, the region including neighboring Pearl and Franschhoek is called Wineland. Education is an important industry and university city, including wine.

Cape Town

Africa’s leading world city. A port town facing Table Bay, it is an urban area with many natural tourist attractions such as Table Mountain, Hope Peak, and Cape Grassland. Please enjoy the different charm that overturns the image of Africa = savanna.

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Tour schedule

DAY 1

Cape Town
Arrived at Cape Town International Airport.
We will meet with the local staff and send it to the hotel.
Please relax after checking in to the hotel.

Breakfast/-
Lunch/-
Dinner/-

Cape Town night

DAY 2

Cape Town Winery Tour
Breakfast at the hotel.
Staff will pick you up at the hotel.
We will take you to the winelands around Mount Boland, northeast of Cape Town.
The region has some of South Africa’s leading wineries such as Stellenbosch, Franschuk and Pearl, where you can sample white and red wines and champagnes and watch the winemaking process.
For lunch, head to the award-winning formal restaurant.
Stellenbosch is South Africa’s second oldest town and offers a glimpse into the classic 17th-century Cape style. Enjoy walking around quirky streets, museums, art galleries and street vendors.

Breakfast/〇
Lunch/-
Dinner/-

Cape Town night

DAY 3

Full-day Cape Cape, Cape of Good Hope
Breakfast at the hotel.
Staff will pick you up at the hotel. Depart for Cape Point Tour.
Head to Hout Bay, a town along the Atlantic that heads to Hope Peak.
Take a scenic drive along the winding 9km coastline from Hout Bay to Noordhoek Beach.

In the afternoon, stop at Boulders Beach with its penguin colony, Simon’s Town, Kalk Bay and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. We will also visit Cape of Good Hope, Cape of the Peninsula. From this location where the two oceans meet, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean, you can also see the difference in color between the Indian and Atlantic oceans when the weather is nice. Enjoy the beauty of the Cape Peninsula, celebrated by the famous Elizabethan explorer, Sir Francis Drake, as ‘the most beautiful cape in the world.’

Breakfast/〇
Lunch/-
Dinner/-

Cape Town night

DAY 4

Cape Town Half Day Sightseeing
Breakfast at the hotel.
Staff will pick you up at the hotel.
Depart for a half-day city tour.
At Table Mountain, take the cable car to the top. Offers panoramic views of Cape Town.
From 7/8 to 8/18 (2019), the cable car will be in the maintenance period and operation will be stopped.

After enjoying the beautiful cityscape, visit Bo Kaap, the Grand Parade, City Hall, Castle of Good Hope, South African History Museum and more.
Free time in the afternoon.
I will send it to the hotel.

Breakfast/〇
Lunch/〇
Dinner/-

Cape Town night

DAY 5

Departure
Breakfast at the hotel.
Transport from the hotel to Cape Town International Airport.
Departure

Breakfast/〇
Lunch/-
Dinner/-

In-flight night

Hotels

Cape Town
Victoria & Alfred Hotel
Victoria & Alfred Hotel

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Tour fee

5 days in Cape Town

Low season

USD1,640~Price for 1 person when 2 people participate

Middle season

1,810~Price for 1 person when 2 people participate

High season

1,925~Price for 1 person when 2 people participate

<What is included in the price>

  • Round-trip airport transfer
  • Transfer by land
  • Accommodations and meals listed on the itinerary
  • Scheduled tours and activities
  • Admission charges related to schedule entry
  • Designated drink
  • English guide

<What is not included in the price>

  • Domestic and international flights (tax)
  • Visa
  • Beverage, room service tip, porter, personal expenses, luggage insurance
  • Phone charges, laundry, items not listed on the schedule
  • Tip (reference)
    Guide: USD10/per day
    Driver: USD10/per day
    Porter: USD1/once
Point of departure Cape Town International Airport
Departure date any time
Hotel Cape Town
Victoria and Alfred Hotel
tour conductor Local staff will guide you
Minimum number of participants 2 persons
Tour code SA002

Notes on this itinerary

South American itinerary notes

  • There is a limit to the amount of luggage that can be packed in a moving vehicle. We would appreciate it if you could bring a software suitcase that can utilize the space.
  • If the tour cannot be performed due to force majeure such as natural disaster, accidental disaster, political change, war turmoil, or strike riot during the tour, the tour may be canceled. Please note that there is no guarantee or refund in that case.
  • Please note that the tour order may be changed at the discretion of the guide or driver. Local staff and guides will respond flexibly.
  • About the vehicle: This tour is a mixed-only tour of the original One Africa only, so all movements are with other passengers of our company. Please understand in advance.
  • We will not be liable for any damage, loss, or theft of your luggage, unless the organizer deliberately or negligently.
    Please take care of your personal baggage.
  • Domestic baggage, including baggage, is limited to 15kg/person. Larger suitcases (especially hard types) may not be loaded. We recommend traveling with a soft shell or duffel bag of a certain size.
  • Japanese tourists do not need a visa application to enter South Africa for tourism purposes. (Up to 90 days stay)

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Tour options

You can add more options to your basic tour itinerary to make your trip even more enjoyable.
If you wish, please let us know when you apply for the tour.

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