Cape Town and the Cape Winelands

Cape Town

Laid out below the magnificent Table Mountain and anchored by a stunning coastline, sophisticated and multi-cultural Cape Town has much to offer visitors, and foodies particularly delight in the culinary bounty: gorgeous seafood, wild game and the region’s signature Cape Malay cuisine – and the history behind it all. Your hotel is the exclusive Cape Grace which sits beneath Table Mountain on a private quay at the Victoria & Albert Waterfront. A working harbor is to one side and an international marina on the other.

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Cape Winelands

Mountains rising above lush vine-covered valleys and verdant farmlands provide a dramatic backdrop to the oak lined streets of the Winelands’ historic towns of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. It is here in Franschhoek where the French Huguenots first made wine in South Africa. Today, the industry is booming and the Stellenbosch wine route offers hundreds of wineries and an opportunity to sample stunning wines – accompanied by panoramic views. Not just for oenophiles, the Winelands are a mecca for foodies as well. Your stay will be in the charming village of Franschhoek, widely considered to be South Africa’s culinary capital – and heart.

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Sample Itinerary

Day 1
Private transfer to your hotel. Day at leisure.
Day 2
Discover one of Cape Town's oldest and most unique neighborhoods - Bo Kaap. Your guide will lead you through its warren of cobblestone streets lined with brightly painted houses. You'll follow the wafting aroma of spices, passing tiny mosques, shops and cafes, to the Atlas Trading Company.
Day 3
A morning visit to Kirstenbosch Gardens, for an introduction to the culinary aspects of Cape herbs, tea included; Boulders Beach and penguin colony; Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve; Cape Point - where the great two oceans meet; Atlantic seaboard villas, beaches and spectacular vistas; visit Sylvie the local fishmonger in Kalk Bay Harbour (full day tour can enjoy a seafood lunch here)
Day 4
Private transfer to Cape Winelands A walking tour of the town of Stellenbosch. Small yet sophisticated, it was founded in 1679 and its oak shaded streets are filled with some of the finest examples of Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian architecture. A stop at Oom Samie se Winke, a 19th century-style general store is a must, redolent of tobacco and spices it is also a purveyor of witblitz - the Afrikaner version of moonshine. Visits and tasting at a variety of the area's wineries.
Day 5
Hands-on baking class. Make 2 different types of dough - focaccia & sour dough. A light lunch and wine tasting will follow.
Day 6
Private transfer to Cape Town. End of services.
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•3 nights accommodations at the 5 Star Cape Grace Hotel. Beautifully poised on Cape Town’s iconic Victoria & Albert Waterfront, this elegant property combines luxury with the Cape’s unique history and culture. Guests enjoy world class service and a wealth of amenities
•A four course tasting menu dinner at the renowned Greenhouse Restaurant located at Cellars-Hohenort, a splendid former Manor House in the heart of Constantia Valley. Transfers from the Cape Grace to the Cellard-Hohenort included.
•2 nights accommodations at Le Quartier Francais, a Relais & Chateaux property set in a garden of wildflowers
•Wine tasting and lunch at the Moreson Estate’s Bread & Wine Restaurant. This character-filled rustic restaurant is in an idyllic setting and exudes old world charm. Chef Neil Jewell has created an inspired seasonally-influenced menu that features his homemade charcuterie
•Walking tour of Stellenbosch and private wine tastings
•Hands-on baking class


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