Zee’s Cape Tours
Adventure and Activity Tours
Welcome to Zee's Cape ToursOur 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 personal needs and expectations.
We aim to achieve our mission and we commit to:
Our Commitment to quality Service. We will collect you at your accommodation with an appropriately licensed vehicle with qualified,certified and knowledgeable staff and fill your day with what Cape Town has to offer. We have scheduled routes and times but appreciate the fact that it is your tour and will be as flexible as you want us to be. Our Day Tours also includes 2 to 4 hour hikes at your convenience and is a popular option. Full day and multi hiking trails available on pre-arrangement.We welcome local institutes such as schools, homes, religious institutes and corporates to come and experience this astonishing part of the country. Our ambition is for you to experience Cape Town’s magic and tell all your friends. Our Multi Day Tours needs to be pre-arranged so as to best suit your personal needs.Our tours are offered in English but preferential language guides could be arranged. We cater for single persons and various sized groups. Our tours are so designed to include cultural,scenic,historical and subtle adventure. Request for quotations to suit your specific needs are welcome. Our fees are exclusive of all entrance fees,tickets,meals so as to afford you a greater choice.We specialise in Day Tours but proudly offer the 2 day and multi-day Hikes including the 2 day “People’s Trail” as an absolute value for money package tapping into the rich diversity of the Western Cape.
- Languages spoken
- 262 Third Avenue
False Bay Beach Walk (Z202)
Adventure and Activity ToursHike 2: Where 2 Oceans Collide (Easy) False Bay was so named because early navigators mistook the bay for Table Bay. It is the largest true bay in South Africa and one of the great bays of the world. False Bay coast boasts a unique collection of historical seaside villages with numerous quaint shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants lining the narrow avenues. Muizenberg is considered to be the origin of surfing and is home to the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences. The village has several unique characteristics, including the Het Posthuys and Rhodes Cottage. We start our hike at Muizenberg a magnificent specimen of a beach that is enjoyed by all beach lovers alike and various activities are enjoyed here including various board sports like surfing, kite-boarding, body-boarding and wind surfing. Swimming, running, kiting and walking are also very popular. We set out toward Cape Point on a walkway alongside the ocean on the one side and the train track on the other. At times we will go under the track and other times we will cross the track by bridge, which will bring us into the vibrant Beach Road. An experience all on its own. Every hiker may enjoy the bric-a-brac to his or her heart’s content as long as the tour guide is aware, the group ultimately decides the pace and communication is paramount. • Hikers are advised to buy whatever they wish as the vehicle would not be too far away at any one stage. • Lunch would be enjoyed in Kalk Bay with fish & chips a hot favourite but the choice may be difficult. • We then set off to Fish Hoek along the walk way shaking off the added calories. • At Fish Hoek beach, we may relax and enjoy some refreshments. We then continue on toward our destination, Simon’s Town where we may visit the museums and boulders beach, where we shall end our our hike with a visit to the penguin colony.
Anywhere in Cape Town
1 - 6 persons
Duration: 01-02-2012 to 31-01-2013
Rate: R750 - R1000
Table Mountain Full Day Hike (Z201)
Adventure and Activity ToursHike 1: The Best of Both Worlds (Moderate) The wonder of this hike is due to the fact that you start on the western side of Table Mountain, enjoy the beautiful seascapes of the famous Atlantic Seaboard, and then steadily climb to the top where a Picnic may be enjoyed on the Lower Table and then walk down a completely different terrain toward the absolutely magnificent botanical gardens. False Bay, the Cape flats, and the lakes of the Southern Suburbs, are amongst the highlights that may be viewed on the picturesque eastern face of Table Mountain. • Start at 08:00 Sharp and we meander along the Pipe Track towards Kasteelspoort.
• At Kasteelspoort we regroup and slowly make our way up toward Breakfast Rock. At Breakfast Rock we break for a snack and to regroup. We then continue to the top where we shall pass the dams, visit the museum and the People’s Hut and other places of interest and significance. We shall break for Lunch before descending via Nursery Ravine.We again regroup where Nursery Ravine joins the Kirstenbosch Contour Trail. Once everybody has found their legs we shall continue toward the tea garden at Newlands Ravine wherwe shall break for a photo shoot. At the King's Blockhouse (Devil’s Peak), A favourite rendezvous spot for hikers and cyclers. We then head on to the King’s Blockhouse at which point we shall enjoy our last break before our final descent to Rhodes Memorial where refreshments may be enjoyed at the restaurant. Depending on the pace of the hikers and the overall actual duration of the hike, the hike may be cut short and ended at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Transport will be arranged accordingly. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, A classic end to an epic journey.
08:00 - 17:00
Duration: 01-11-2012 to 31-01-2013
Rate: R500 - R750
Jonkershoek Nature Reserve Hiking Trail (Z301)
Adventure and Activity ToursTrails in the Jonkershoek area: • Various hiking trails available - a decision may only be made on the day if so desired. If conditions are unfavourable a drive-about is also a popular option. History In 1692 Simon van der Stel granted a number of freeholds in the Jonkershoek Valley. A certain Jan Andriessen, also known as Jan de Jonkheer because he had been a bachelor midshipman, named his grant of land the Valley Jonkershoek. Jonkershoek is a well-known wine-producing area. Jonkershoek Nature Reserve is 9800 ha in extent and functions as a mountain catchment area, providing water for Stellenbosch and surrounds. Its rugged terrain is ideal for hiking, while Assegaaibosch, at 204 ha, is much smaller and is suitable for shorter walks and picnics. On warm days rock agama lizards can be seen basking on rocks. Berg Adder, Puff Adder, Boomslang and Cape Cobra are fairly common and hikers should be alert! The beautiful valley and majestic mountains of Jonkershoek offering various amazing hikes.All hiking options included in a tour package are at no extra costs. Terms and conditions apply.
Duration: 01-11-2012 to 31-01-2013
Rate: R500 - R750
Cape Town City Centre Hike (Z302)
Explore the cityCity Walk 4-5 hour hike It’s an historical tour that starts in Adderley Street right in the middle of Cape Town. The street was named after Charles B Adderley who was a British member of the Parliament. The tour carries on through the Cape Town Station and the Golden Acre. At this stage we should be able to determine the required pace of the group. From the Golden Acre the hike continues past the Flower Market and the Post Office Building toward the Parade and City Hall. Keeping a century old tradition alive, the friendly Adderley Street flower sellers bring vibrancy and character to the inner city. City Hall opened in 1905 with it’s Italian Renaissance style. The year 1994, Nelson Mandela addressed the nation at the City Hall where thousands of people gathered for his speech when he was released from prison. City Hall is visited daily by visitors. The building was built from limestone and most of the building materials were imported from Europe. Thereafter the party proceeds to the Castle, where a complete tour by an in-house guide will be conducted and after which, tea shall be served (A morning break). The Castle of Goodhope was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station and is one of the oldest buildings in South Africa. Today the Castle is the seat of the military in the Cape, and houses the Castle Military Museum and Iziko Museums. The Castle was built by soldiers, sailors and slaves. The building is daily visited by tourist, locals and scholars. We resume the City Walk with a visit to the District Six Museum, depicting the lifestyles of the era, then onto to the famous market place, Green Market Square. Ideal place to buy souvenirs and other interesting memorabilia. Greenmarket Square is popular for its arts and crafts and hosts some of the best in South Africa.We then visit St George’s Cathedral and another national monument, The Slave Lodge. The Slave Lodge lends interesting insights to life at the Cape back in the day.Depending on time restraints we will now visit The Company Garden's, the National Gallery and the Museum of Natural History. The Company Garden's was originally 18 hectars, but is only 16 hectars today. In 1848 a portion of the Gardens was set aside as a public open space, under the control of a panel of citizens, funded by subscription monies, the sale of plants and public entry fees.Today the garden is used as a city park, for music concerts, and for general relaxation.A well deserved lunch may be enjoyed at the Company Gardens to conclude the City Walk. he National Gallery is part of South Africa’s Political History situated in the Company Gardens, opposite the South African Museum.It displays photographs of the South African history. The museum houses collections of African, South African, Dutch, French and Flemish art.The Museum of Natural History was established in 1825, and is one of the oldest museums in South Africa. The museum offers a sundry range of exhibitions, cultural diversity and collections of fossils that are over 20 000 years old.The Museum also traces the material cultural heritage of our indigenous populations back to their earliest origins, and the research material are studied by scientists and students world-wide. The South African Museum is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Cape Town and gets visited by thousands of people each year. All hiking options included in a tour package are at no extra costs. Terms and conditions apply.
Duration: 01-11-2012 to 31-01-2013
Rate: R500 - R750
My family and I have been on a couple of hiking, as well as historical trips with Hadley and is amazed at his in-depth knowledge of,current trends and diversity within the industry. his knowledge and awareness of environmental and cultural issues are evident. adults and children alike are at ease in his company. his patience and trusting nature is to be commended.