History and natural beauty in South Africa aren’t just above ground — sometimes they’re deep underground, too. Along the Garden Route, near the town of Oudtshoorn, there’s a network of underground caves so extensive new pathways are still being discovered.
One of the best ways to spend a day (or a few) in South Africa is on a safari trip – seeing such incredible animals in their native world is such an amazing experience. When you’re in Durban, one of the best places to go on a safari is the Hluhluwe Game Reserve to the north.
Walking tours allow you to get to know a city better than when you’re in a vehicle, but you can’t cover as much ground using just your feet. That’s one of the reasons why taking a bike tour is such a great idea. In a city like Cape Town, bike tours give you an opportunity to not only explore the vibrant city but also its gorgeous natural surroundings.
What could be more fabulous than a tour of the Cape Winelands? How about a Cape Winelands Tour by Chauffeured Sidecar! My friend Marion and I were met at the hotel by Donald, our driver and guide, and Blossom, the gorgeous vintage 750cc Sidecar Motorbike. Donald came bearing gifts in the form of helmets with goggles, leather jackets and bandannas, which Marion and I would need to don before we could embark on our vineyard adventure.
This traditional African dinner experience at Gold Restaurant takes you on a safari across African cuisine. Dishes from 14 countries all around the continent are accompanied by local performances, making for a fun night out in Cape Town, and an enriching glimpse into the many cultures and flavors of Africa.
The perfect day in Cape Town would include taking in the sights of Table Mountain, enjoying local wine, a trip along the stunning coastline, and a meal al fresco in the Cape Town sunshine. Add in a helicopter to the equation and you have a day you won’t soon forget. The VIP Cape Winelands Meal and Wine Helicopter Tour from Cape Town combines the city’s best activities all into one, and does it in style.