Stellenbosch Tours

Full & Half day Tours

Daily Stellenbosch Tours

If you are a wilderness enthusiast or just love nature, these tours are for you! Our Cape Town Tours have compiled some of the greatest tours in the Cape region to bring you an experience to last a lifetime.  

We have tours departing from Stellenbosch daily.  

Stellenbosch Tours include:

  • Stellenbosch collections
  • Toll fees
  • All entrance fees
  • Lunch bag
  • Tour guide & Vehicle
  • Daily Group Tours
  • Private Tours – Customize your tours and times to suite your convenience.

Whales & Vineyard Safari (August-April)

Situated along the shores of Walker Bay, Hermanus is the official whale watching capital of the world during the months of July to December. Sixty to 100 whales visit the shores of Hermanus from Antarctica to breed and rear young, coming as close as 10m of the coast. Unspoiled mountains and indigenous Fynbos make for a picturesque backdrop for Southern Right whale watching.


Tour Includes:

– Take a Coastal Drive via Somerset West and Pringle Bay

– Visit the old Stoney Point whaling harbour

– Have lunch along the boardwalk in Hermanus

– Through to Benguela for a vineyard Safari

– Wine Tasting at Iona Wine Estate

– Wine Tasting at Almenkerk Wine Estate

– Pit Stop at Sir Lowry’s pass


+ Boat based whale watching on request. *

+ On return, travel via Elgin, Houw Hoek and Botrivier and over Sir Lowry’s pass.   


Group Tours every Wednesday 

Collection & Drop-off: Stellenbosch Area

Duration: 8Hrs

From: 09:00-17:00

Group Tours: R1150.00 p/p

Private Tours: R1300.00 p/p sharing (Upon request)

Prices include entrance fees and Wine (Excludes Boardwalk Lunch)  


T’s & C’s Apply

Cape Point & Peninsula Safari

Originally known as ‘Cape of Storms,’ Cape Point falls within the Cape of Good Hope and is part of the Table Mountain National Park. Cape Point falls part of the Cape Floral Region and is considered a World Heritage Site.

 Tour Includes visits to:

– Drive through the boarders of the famous Khayelitsha

–  Visit the colourful huts at Muizenberg Beach

– Drive through Fishhoek

– Visit the Penguins at Boulders Beach

–  Take a tour through Cape of Good hope to Cape Point

– Visit the Kommetjie camels

– Have a pit Stop on Chapmans Peak drive

– Catch a boat Hout Bay Harbour

– Drive by the Twelve Apostilles

– While having a sneak peak of Cape Town


Group Tours every Monday & Friday

Collection & Drop-off: Stellenbosch Area

Duration: 8Hrs

From: 09:00-17:00

Group Tours: R850.00 p/p

Private Tours: R1050.00 p/p sharing (Upon request)

Prices include all tolls and entrance fees (Excludes excursions i.e. Boat rides, funicular)  


T’s & C’s Apply

Cape Town’s Calling Safari

Tour Includes:

  • Signal Hill sightseeing

Along with Lion’s Head, Signal Hill resembles a lion sphinx, contributing to Cape Town’s well-known landmarks. Signal Hill was previously used to notify the public when ships were in trouble by firing guns.          

  • Bo-Kaap

Beneath the slopes of Signal Hill, previously known as the Malay Quarter, The Bo-Kaap offers a unique and heritage rich culture worth experiencing.

  • District Six Museum

The District Six museum was established in 1994, as a spearhead for the ordeal suffered by multicultural South African’s when the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town began the process of the removals and marginalisation at the beginning of the twentieth century.

  • Robben Island 3.5Hrs

Declared a world heritage site in 1999, Robben Island was home to many iconic political leaders, including Nelson Mandela, when used as a prison during the apartheid era. Robben Island is now a symbol of strength of the human spirit and beacon of hope for democracy.

  • Table Mountain

The Cableway, operating for over 80 years, offers a 360-degree view over the city.



Group Tours every Thursday

Collection: Stellenbosch Area

Duration: 9.5Hrs

From: 09:00-18:30

Group Tours: R1340.00 p/p Cheapest option around

Private Tours: R1550.00 p/p sharing (Upon request)

Prices include all entrances and Excursions (Excludes Lunch at V&A Waterfront)


T’s & C’s Apply

Wine Tours

Known as the ‘gourmet capital of the country,’ Franschoek also boasts a unique collection of original Cape Dutch Homesteads, vineyards producing rich age-old French wine and outdoor activities for the whole family. Franschhoek fine art galleries and shops are also a must see.

With over 200 wine and grape producers, Stellenbosch is the second oldest European settlement in the province, after Cape Town. Stellenbosch is also known as the City of Oaks due to the large number of oak trees planted by founder, Simon van der Stel in 1679.


Tour Includes Visits to:

  • Alpaca Loom

Take a 30 min tour into how the weave and produce alpaca products with the 2nd largest alpaca farm in the country situated along the Paarl wine route.

  • Spice Route

Coffee, Gin, Wine, Chocolate and Craft beer are the key ingredients to a great day, explore the beauty of the spice route.

  • Fairview wine estate

Stop goating around and have yourself some Wine & Cheese at the famous Fairview wine estate.

  • Babylonstoren

Take a stroll through the magical gardens of the Babylonstoren with a stunning Boutique restaurant and award-winning wine tasting

  • Vrede en Lust

Vrede en Lust is nestled at the foothills of the Simonsberg in South Africa’s most celebrated Franschhoek wine valley

  • Tokara

Art and tranquillity to end off the day is always a plus; Tokara’s wine and art gallery is the place to be with breath-taking scenery


Group Tours every Tuesday & Saturday

Collection: Stellenbosch Area

Duration: 5Hrs

From: 12:00-17:00

Group Tours: R550.00 p/p

Private Tours: R650.00 p/p sharing (Upon request)

Prices include all entrances and 3 premium wine tastings (Excludes excursions i.e. Alpaca tour)


T’s & C’s Apply