CHOOSE YOUR CAPE TOWN DAY TOUR

All of the below day tours can be run on a private basis and can also be customised to suit your group. Want to know what others have said after their Cape Town day tours? Please feel free to read our customers reviews here.

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Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour
with E Bikes & Hiking

Scheduled Daily Departures

Join us for a wonderful, alternative experience of the Cape Peninsula – we promise this is no ordinary bus tour. On the contrary, we keep you out of the bus wherever possible with cruising, cycling, picnicking & hiking all adding up to an exciting introduction to the “Fairest Cape in all the world” or the equally impressive”’ Cape of storms”, depending on the whims of the weather. Either way we know you’ll love it and best of all, with the new addition of E-bikes, the tour is accessible to All – young & old, fit & unfit, sporty or not – this tour is for EVERYONE!

Cyclist riding through Bo-Kaap

Cape Town City Cycle Day Tours

Scheduled Daily Departures

This has to be the best way to see the city and a superb introduction to the people, history,and sights and smells of Cape Town.  Join us on a Cape Town City Cycle Day tour as we take on a gentle cycle along the sea front of Green Point, past the World Cup 2010 Stadium then along a network of cycle paths for a pushbike through the Bo-Kaap and the Company Gardens past ‘Desmond Tutu’s Cathedral’ , Green Market Square and the flower sellers.This day tour shows you the beautiful gems that Cape Town has to offer.

Exclusive Winelands Day Tour

Daily, by arrangement

This is an exclusive experience, combining easy mountain biking through the vineyards of the Franschhoek valley with wine tasting en route and ending with a picnic lunch under the trees at the beautiful Boschendal Estate*. You should return to Cape Town well exercised, well fed and well “watered” – a perfect combination of activity and revelry.

Cape Township Day Tour

Scheduled Daily Departures

We begin in the Bo-Kaap with a drive through the Malay Quarter and a visit to the District Six Museum, then on to the Cape Flats where we go to Langa, Nyanga, Gugulethu, Khayelitsha & Crossroads, including a visit to a local shebeen for a taste of sorghum beer, the meat market, the men’s hostels, a local creche, a herbalist and a craft centre. This Day Tour helps discover the unknown wonders of these suburbs of Cape Town.

Table Mountain cable car

Hiking on Table Mountain

Daily, by arrangement

Cape Town’s Table Mountain is probably the most well-known icon in South Africa after, of course, former President Nelson Mandela. If you only get to do ONE Cape Town Day Tour, a hike up our favourite hunk of sandstone it should be!

Our hike will certainly increase your heart rate and the panoramic views of the Mother City will leave you breathless!

people cycling on table mountain

Mountain Biking tours on Table Mountain

Daily, by arrangement

We begin with a warm-up ride on the tar along Table Mountain road, then go off-road along a dirt track and up to the King’s Block House for sweeping views across the city and the Southern Suburbs. We then cycle downhill to the imposing Rhodes Memorial, where you can choose to enjoy some refreshments in the beautifully situated tea garden, before heading back via Deer Park with some exhilarating downhills and a few challenging climbs back to the bus – suitable for beginners & experienced riders.

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Abseiling on Table Mountain

Scheduled Daily Departures

Step off the top, at 1000 meters above sea level, and Abseil into pure vertical space.

This is the world’s original highest commercial abseil. You are surrounded by awesome views of Robben Island, Lions Head, The Twelve Apostles and Camps Bay as the backdrop and the deep blue Atlantic at your feet. Abseiling from Cape Town’s most beloved landmark is an experience not to be missed.

Note: This tour is not run by Day Trippers

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The details are dictated by your:

  • Length of stay
  • Size of group
  • Budget
  • Degree of difficulty
  • Points of interest
  • Special attractions
  • Additional activities and sight-seeing