Welcome to Cape Town-based All Cape Safari Tours and Transfers.We specialise in truly unique private, guided tours of the western, eastern and northern Cape.Sole proprietor, Ian Stewart, will show your clients the real Cape from the back roads, avoiding the bus tour hoards and tourist traps, with personal tours from one to 30 days, for groups of one to 30 people.Stewart’s southern African destination guiding experience dates back to 1967 when he was first employed in the tourism…Read more
Big Blue Sport Fishing Charters offers clients the ultimate experience in big game (including yellowfin and longfin tuna), inshore game and reef fishing, all out of the Simon's Town harbour. The Cape waters offer some of the richest fishing grounds in the world and have an abundance of pelagic fish. The experience and commitment of the crew and skippers of this professional fishing charter service finds evidence in its success rate: Big Blue Sport Fishing Charters is proud to have the…Read more
Cape Escape Tours has been in operation since 1993.Our day and half-day tours explore the Cape Winelands, the Cape Peninsula, the west coast (for the spectacular spring flowers) and Hermanus (to view the whales).We can organise a private tour for you following either an itinerary of your own design, or one of ours. Our buses are air-conditioned seven-seaters, keeping the group size small and intimate so we can better answer your questions and cater to your needs.We collect our guests…Read more
Our guided tours of Newlands rugby and cricket stadiums offer visitors a chance to see behind the scenes of places not usually accessible to the public. We visit areas such as the changing rooms, function rooms, press facilities, walk out of the tunnel onto the side of the field, and give an interesting insight into the history and tradition of these iconic sporting stadiums.Read more
We take three rides daily and have horses that suit all riding experience levels. All riders are accompanied by experienced guides who are caring and friendly. We ride on Noordhoek Beach, an 8km stretch of unspoiled beach with magnificent views and an abundance of bird and sea life. In season, you may be lucky enough to spot the whales. On these rides you can also spot the Kakapo shipwreck. For more information, or if you would like to book, please find our contact details below.Read more
· Cape Peninsula Tour - Starting with a scenic drive through Clifton, Camps Bay, Hout Bay which includes an optional visit to seal island. Drive along Chapmans Peak to Cape Point, Simons Town and the Penguin colony at Boulders Beach. Followed by a drive through Kalk Bay, Muizenberg, Constantia, and Kirstenbosch, which ends off in Cape Town. Full day tours approximately 8/9 hrs. Half day tours approximately 4hrs.
· Winelands Tour – A visit to Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek. The…Read more
We do what you, the guest, want us to do We specialise in:
- Personalised & Private Tours.
- Hiking & adventure activities.
- Transfers to and from Functions, Conferences, Hotels, other Venues and the Airport.
- Sight-seeing and day trips .
Our Mission Statement: To provide a quality, safe and pleasurable learning experience to tourists of local, domestic and international origins.
To enhance and promote the Western Cape and all it has to offer in such a way that it exceeds the tourists…Read more
Photographic and viewing safaris in South Africa
At Aperture Wild Photographic and Viewing Safaris we offer bird watching, bird photographic, mammal photographic and mammal viewing safaris mainly, but not exclusively, in the Western Cape.
A wide choice of day and extended safaris from Cape Town are available, as well as customised safaris further afield including the Southern Cape Coast and Garden Route, the West Coast into Namaqualand, and the Little and Great Karoo towards the central…Read more
Edutours Africa is an African organization that is passionate about Africa, its people and environment. Based in Africa, we have unparalleled ground knowledge of its communities, culture and localized conditions. We understand the complexities around not only traveling in Africa, but also around working side-by-side local communities towards sustainable goals that benefit both our local people and visitors alike.Read more
After a lifetime of travelling to all corners of the world, and tiring of the converging similarity of canned experiences offered by an increasingly uncreative global travel and tourism industry, we asked ourselves a simple question, “What is it we most enjoy when we travel?” The answer was simple yet complicated. What we most enjoyed was meeting local people, spending time with them, ideally on their own turf, discovering what made them tick; their likes, their dislikes, their…Read more