Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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Inclusions & Exclusions
  • 4 Nights in Cape Town
  • Breakfast daily
  • 24-hour manned emergency assistance

Self-Drive Includes:

  • Self-Drive is based in the below package
  • 1 – 2 Pax Kia Picanto or similar
  • 3 Pax VW Polo or similar
  • Rates includes STLW, SCDW
  • Airport Surcharge, Tourism levy, Vat @ 14%
  • Unlimited Mileage, Vehicle Assist
  • Tyre Waiver – Tyre Rim Hubcap
  • Windscreen Waiver – All glass
  • Third Party Liability, Carbon Emissions Tax
  • Contract Fee
  • GPS
  • All flights, International & Domestic, reservations, taxes, fees etc.
  • Drinks
  • Porterage
  • All expenses of personal nature
  • Gratuities.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Any items not specifically mentioned in “included in price”

Sun Square Cape Town or similar (3*)

Southern Sun Cape Sun or similar (4*)

Radisson Blu Waterfront or similar (5*)

Package Itinerary

DAY 1

CAPE TOWN

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On arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will proceed to the depo and collect your car hire.

From it’s undeniably idyllic location within the Cape Town CBD, this 32 floor city skyscraper offers the ideal base from which to explore the many attractions, from Cape Point to Cape Winelands. Business and leisure travellers alike are invited to experience a blend of elegance, traditional hospitality and world class facilities – all offered at this memorable Tsogo Sun hotel. At over 100 meters above sea level, guests can enjoy postcard-perfect views of Table Mountain and the iconic Robben Island. With plenty of amenities within the hotel itself, including conferencing, spa facilities, delicious dining and more – unwinding has never been easier. Should you wish to step outside of your tranquil oasis in the city, there are many things to see and do within the area ranging from Museums to Art galleries and restaurants. The Cape Sun offers complimentary WI-FI, a complimentary shuttle to and from the V&A Waterfront and is a mere 15 minutes away from the Cape Town Convention Center – CTICC. Cape Town has a bustling night life in Long Street and is a walk away from Cape Town train Station and the MyCiti Bus terminal.

DAY 2

CAPE TOWN

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You will have 3 full days to explore Cape Town at your own time and pace, stopping only where you want to stop, whenever you want to and for as long as you want to!

Cape Town Tourism has identified Cape Town’s Big 7 attractions – the must-see destinations and these are: Robben Island, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Point, Constantia Winelands and the City Walk.

A must-do in Cape Town is the Cape Peninsula route, with the following highlights attractions (All for your own account)

• Hout Bay Harbour for craft shopping, walking on the beach and taking a boat trip to see the Cape Fur Seals on Duiker Island.

• Chapman’s Peak Drive, recognised as one of the world’s most scenic drives

• Cape Point – an invigorating walk takes you to the two lighthouses at the top and bottom of the headland, from where you will enjoy extraordinary views of the cliffs and the ocean below. Alternatively you could take a short funicular ride to the top.

• Cape of Good Hope – take a picture at the most south western tip of the African continent.

• Boulders Beach – to see the cute African Penguins in their natural habitat

• Simons Town – the South African naval base and also a quaint sleepy suburb popular with visitors for its little shops and restaurants.

• Fish Hoek Beach – safe family friendly beach with a great ice-creams!

• Kalk Bay – scenic fishing harbour town famous for its fish and chips, colourful fishing boats, variety of restaurants and boutique shops.

• Muizenberg – trendy beach very popular with surfers, also with a good selection of restaurants and places to buy ice cream.

• Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – one of Cape Town’s Big Seven attractions. Enjoy walks through the beautiful indigenous and cultivated gardens. The tree top canopy walkway gives lovely elevated views over the gardens, with the eastern slopes of Table Mountain forming the backdrop.

Robben Island is synonymous with South African icon Nelson Mandela, who spent 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment in the previous maximum security prison on the island. This is a great half-day excursion for those wanting to learn more about South Africa’s history.

The city centre of Cape Town is vibrant and has many interesting museums and historical buildings, a walk through the Company Gardens and a visit to the oldest building in the country, the Castle of Good Hope, are recommended. Two other fascinating areas in the city worth a visit are the Bo Kaap with its colourful houses and District Six where you will learn more about South Africa’s history of segregation.

Cape Town is also world famous for its wine and wine routes to explore and taste some of the finest wines on offer. The Cape Winelands is another highly recommended day trip, with Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek being only a short drive (under an hour) from the city and offering a vast array of estates to suit all tastes. Wine pairings are very popular – cheese, chocolate, nougat, biltong, cupcakes, pancakes, ice-cream, artisanal salt and pizza are a few of the options on offer! Even if you are not a wine fan the winelands is still a lovely outing and showcases some of the best restaurants in the country. Closer to town are also the exclusive Constantia wine farms which also offer excellent wines, stunning settings and top restaurants.

Those wanting some beach time will be spoilt for choice – the Atlantic Seaboard has the trendy and beautiful beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno, where the idea is to “see and be seen” rather than swim thanks to the very chilly water! On the False Bay side Muizenberg, St James, Fishhoek and Boulders beaches are more family friendly and have slightly warmer water for swimming.

The best places for shopping in Cape Town are the V&A Waterfront and Canal Walk which offer a wide range of local South African as well as international brands. Food markets have become very popular in the city are there are lots of options on different days of the week to sample the delicious foods on offer at the many food stalls, as well as be entertained by local musicians and artist.

If you wanted a taste of a safari it is possible to do a full day excursion to Aquila Private Game Reserve for a Big 5 safari experience.

For the adventure enthusiasts/adrenaline junkie Cape Town does not disappoint! These are some of the popular options available:

• Sky diving

• Zip-lining

• Kloofing

• Shark cage diving

• Paragliding

• Abseiling from Table Mountain

• Sandboarding

• Diving

• Ocean Kayaking

• Hiking, mountain biking, surfing

We can also share our secrets with you and give you some tips for doing things the local way and living like a Capetownian when in Cape Town!

DAY 3

CAPE TOWN

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You will have 3 full days to explore Cape Town at your own time and pace, stopping only where you want to stop, whenever you want to and for as long as you want to!

 

Cape Town Tourism has identified Cape Town’s Big 7 attractions – the must-see destinations and these are: Robben Island, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Point, Constantia Winelands and the City Walk.

 

A must-do in Cape Town is the Cape Peninsula route, with the following highlights attractions (All for your own account)

• Hout Bay Harbour for craft shopping, walking on the beach and taking a boat trip to see the Cape Fur Seals on Duiker Island.

• Chapman’s Peak Drive, recognised as one of the world’s most scenic drives

• Cape Point – an invigorating walk takes you to the two lighthouses at the top and bottom of the headland, from where you will enjoy extraordinary views of the cliffs and the ocean below. Alternatively you could take a short funicular ride to the top.

• Cape of Good Hope – take a picture at the most south western tip of the African continent.

• Boulders Beach – to see the cute African Penguins in their natural habitat

• Simons Town – the South African naval base and also a quaint sleepy suburb popular with visitors for its little shops and restaurants.

• Fish Hoek Beach – safe family friendly beach with a great ice-creams!

• Kalk Bay – scenic fishing harbour town famous for its fish and chips, colourful fishing boats, variety of restaurants and boutique shops.

• Muizenberg – trendy beach very popular with surfers, also with a good selection of restaurants and places to buy ice cream.

• Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – one of Cape Town’s Big Seven attractions. Enjoy walks through the beautiful indigenous and cultivated gardens. The tree top canopy walkway gives lovely elevated views over the gardens, with the eastern slopes of Table Mountain forming the backdrop.

 

Robben Island is synonymous with South African icon Nelson Mandela, who spent 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment in the previous maximum security prison on the island. This is a great half-day excursion for those wanting to learn more about South Africa’s history.

 

The city centre of Cape Town is vibrant and has many interesting museums and historical buildings, a walk through the Company Gardens and a visit to the oldest building in the country, the Castle of Good Hope, are recommended. Two other fascinating areas in the city worth a visit are the Bo Kaap with its colourful houses and District Six where you will learn more about South Africa’s history of segregation.

 

Cape Town is also world famous for its wine and wine routes to explore and taste some of the finest wines on offer. The Cape Winelands is another highly recommended day trip, with Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek being only a short drive (under an hour) from the city and offering a vast array of estates to suit all tastes. Wine pairings are very popular – cheese, chocolate, nougat, biltong, cupcakes, pancakes, ice-cream, artisanal salt and pizza are a few of the options on offer! Even if you are not a wine fan the winelands is still a lovely outing and showcases some of the best restaurants in the country. Closer to town are also the exclusive Constantia wine farms which also offer excellent wines, stunning settings and top restaurants.

 

Those wanting some beach time will be spoilt for choice – the Atlantic Seaboard has the trendy and beautiful beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno, where the idea is to “see and be seen” rather than swim thanks to the very chilly water! On the False Bay side Muizenberg, St James, Fishhoek and Boulders beaches are more family friendly and have slightly warmer water for swimming.

 

The best places for shopping in Cape Town are the V&A Waterfront and Canal Walk which offer a wide range of local South African as well as international brands. Food markets have become very popular in the city are there are lots of options on different days of the week to sample the delicious foods on offer at the many food stalls, as well as be entertained by local musicians and artist.

 

If you wanted a taste of a safari it is possible to do a full day excursion to Aquila Private Game Reserve for a Big 5 safari experience.

 

For the adventure enthusiasts/adrenaline junkie Cape Town does not disappoint! These are some of the popular options available:

• Sky diving

• Zip-lining

• Kloofing

• Shark cage diving

• Paragliding

• Abseiling from Table Mountain

• Sandboarding

• Diving

• Ocean Kayaking

• Hiking, mountain biking, surfing

We can also share our secrets with you and give you some tips for doing things the local way and living like a Capetownian when in Cape Town!

DAY 4

CAPE TOWN

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You will have 3 full days to explore Cape Town at your own time and pace, stopping only where you want to stop, whenever you want to and for as long as you want to!

 

Cape Town Tourism has identified Cape Town’s Big 7 attractions – the must-see destinations and these are: Robben Island, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Point, Constantia Winelands and the City Walk.

 

A must-do in Cape Town is the Cape Peninsula route, with the following highlights attractions (All for your own account)

• Hout Bay Harbour for craft shopping, walking on the beach and taking a boat trip to see the Cape Fur Seals on Duiker Island.

• Chapman’s Peak Drive, recognised as one of the world’s most scenic drives

• Cape Point – an invigorating walk takes you to the two lighthouses at the top and bottom of the headland, from where you will enjoy extraordinary views of the cliffs and the ocean below. Alternatively you could take a short funicular ride to the top.

• Cape of Good Hope – take a picture at the most south western tip of the African continent.

• Boulders Beach – to see the cute African Penguins in their natural habitat

• Simons Town – the South African naval base and also a quaint sleepy suburb popular with visitors for its little shops and restaurants.

• Fish Hoek Beach – safe family friendly beach with a great ice-creams!

• Kalk Bay – scenic fishing harbour town famous for its fish and chips, colourful fishing boats, variety of restaurants and boutique shops.

• Muizenberg – trendy beach very popular with surfers, also with a good selection of restaurants and places to buy ice cream.

• Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – one of Cape Town’s Big Seven attractions. Enjoy walks through the beautiful indigenous and cultivated gardens. The tree top canopy walkway gives lovely elevated views over the gardens, with the eastern slopes of Table Mountain forming the backdrop.

 

Robben Island is synonymous with South African icon Nelson Mandela, who spent 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment in the previous maximum security prison on the island. This is a great half-day excursion for those wanting to learn more about South Africa’s history.

 

The city centre of Cape Town is vibrant and has many interesting museums and historical buildings, a walk through the Company Gardens and a visit to the oldest building in the country, the Castle of Good Hope, are recommended. Two other fascinating areas in the city worth a visit are the Bo Kaap with its colourful houses and District Six where you will learn more about South Africa’s history of segregation.

 

Cape Town is also world famous for its wine and wine routes to explore and taste some of the finest wines on offer. The Cape Winelands is another highly recommended day trip, with Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek being only a short drive (under an hour) from the city and offering a vast array of estates to suit all tastes. Wine pairings are very popular – cheese, chocolate, nougat, biltong, cupcakes, pancakes, ice-cream, artisanal salt and pizza are a few of the options on offer! Even if you are not a wine fan the winelands is still a lovely outing and showcases some of the best restaurants in the country. Closer to town are also the exclusive Constantia wine farms which also offer excellent wines, stunning settings and top restaurants.

 

Those wanting some beach time will be spoilt for choice – the Atlantic Seaboard has the trendy and beautiful beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno, where the idea is to “see and be seen” rather than swim thanks to the very chilly water! On the False Bay side Muizenberg, St James, Fishhoek and Boulders beaches are more family friendly and have slightly warmer water for swimming.

 

The best places for shopping in Cape Town are the V&A Waterfront and Canal Walk which offer a wide range of local South African as well as international brands. Food markets have become very popular in the city are there are lots of options on different days of the week to sample the delicious foods on offer at the many food stalls, as well as be entertained by local musicians and artist.

 

If you wanted a taste of a safari it is possible to do a full day excursion to Aquila Private Game Reserve for a Big 5 safari experience.

 

For the adventure enthusiasts/adrenaline junkie Cape Town does not disappoint! These are some of the popular options available:

• Sky diving

• Zip-lining

• Kloofing

• Shark cage diving

• Paragliding

• Abseiling from Table Mountain

• Sandboarding

• Diving

• Ocean Kayaking

• Hiking, mountain biking, surfing

We can also share our secrets with you and give you some tips for doing things the local way and living like a Capetownian when in Cape Town!

DAY 5

CAPE TOWN

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Today your will travel back to Cape Town International Airport, return your rental vehicle and check in for your onward flight.

Additional Information

V  The Hotels and Services mentioned in the itinerary are subject to availability at the time of booking.
V  Rates are subject to change in case of any changes airport taxes hotel rates , transport rates , government taxes or entrance fees.
V  The above cost is valid for minimum of two people travelling together.
V  City Tax, Airport Tax, Visa Charges, Courier Charges, Security Deposit will be born by the Customer.
V  Check in time is 1400 hrs and check out time is 1200 noon. Early check n / late checkout is subject to the hotel availability.
V  Rates are not valid during the festivals, fairs, special events, High rates will apply peak period, blackout dates , carnival etc.
V  Most of the europe tours has departure point and will be written on the vouchers.
V  Passport must have a minimum 6-month validity from the latest date of travel. Otherwise, passenger will be denied boarding at the airport
V  Tycoon Holidays™ is not responsible for any visa rejection as the decision is depend on Counselor/Embassy.
V The tour price is subject to increase without notice if this rate of exchange changes substantially prior to departure
V  The above services are non refundable and non-changeable after confirmation.
V  For Dubai traveler’s ‘Tourism Dirham’ a minimal charge applies to guests staying in hotels, hotel apartments, guesthouses and holiday homes. ‘TD’ shall be settled by the passenger directly with the hotel.
V The cost of airfare included in the above tour cost is based on the fare structure existing as on today’s date. Any further increase in the airfare due to an increase in the fuel price, change in Government regulations, taxes, etc., charged by the airline will have to be borne by the passengers. Tycoon Holidays will not be held responsible for the same.
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Cancellation stage: 36 days or more before departure.
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If not, then after deducting 25% of the package cost from the amount you have paid, the balance will be refunded.
Cancellation stage: 21 to 35 days before departure.
50% of the package cost will be refunded upon cancellation done 21 to 35 days before departure, if you have made full payment for the package.
If not, then after deducting 50% of the package cost from the amount you have paid, the balance will be refunded.
Cancellation stage: 20 days or less before departure.
No refund will be provided upon cancellation done within 20 days before departure. In some cases package is completely non-refundable.

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Overview

Cape Town

Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean, sandwiched between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire waters of Table Bay, the exceptionally scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Some cities boast rich culture, vibrant nightlife, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and extraordinary architecture, while others boast breathtaking landscapes and extraordinary natural wonders. Cape Town is lucky enough to be blessed with all of these attractions and so much more. With its bustling harbour, world-class beaches, top-notch vineyards, and its mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna, Cape Town consistently captivates the hearts of all who visit.

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