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Cape Town Farm and plantation visits Tours 2019/2020

2 Farm and plantation visits Tours with 134 Reviews

Highlights
  • Pet and play with rare birds at Eagle Encounters.
  • Wine & cheese tasting in Fairview Wine Estate, cheese & juice for the kids.
  • See the famous goats at the Fairview Goat Tower.
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Cheese & Wines With Furry Friends In Stellenbosch

See some of the best wineries and cheeseries in South Africa's Stellenbosch area. Start your ... Read More
  • Starts /Ends Cape Town/Cape Town
  • Operator Explore Sideways
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 190 8 hours View Tour
Next Departures
Apr 26
Apr 27
Highlights
  • Visit a wine estate that once formed part of the Constantia Estate.
  • Enjoy a cellar tour followed by a chocolate and award-winning wine pairing session.
  • End your day at one of the highest wine-tasting rooms in the Constantia Valley.
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Best Of Historic Constantia Wine Valley

Travel back to the very beginning of viticulture in South Africa during this 8-hour tour ... Read More
  • Starts /Ends Cape Town/Cape Town View Map
  • Operator Explore Sideways
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 184 8 hours View Tour
Next Departures
Apr 26
Apr 27
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Cape Town Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 134 customer reviews
Aquila Private Game Reserve Reviewed Tour: Wildlife Cape Town Safari at Aquila Private Game Reserve
Mark Deimund From USA At
5 - Excellent
“The trip overall was great! My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the animals, and even the drive through the mountains just getting to the reserve was breathtaking.

The game reserve itself was beautiful. Please do note that it's a private reserve, not a national park like Kruger. We were aware of this beforehand, but many reviews complain about this not being truly "wild" animals. Our travel itinerary didn't allow for the time to fly over to Kruger for a more extensive safari, so Aquila was the next best thing (and relatively close to Cape Town). The animals have generally all been rescued from the wild, and they have substantial area to roam, so the tour still felt more safari-like, not a zoo at all.

Before the game drive, a buffet breakfast was served, and lunch was also provided after the drive as well. The lodge also had rooms for overnight guests, though we only did a day trip.

The game drive lasted for about 3 hours, during which time we saw hippos, rhinos, elephants, springbok, giraffes, lions, hartebeest, and a wildebeest. It really was an incredible experience, and the photos and memories will be with us for a long time!”
Your money loses its value on this tour Reviewed Tour: Kruger to Cape Town
FABIO HENRIQUE RIBEIRO DE CASTRO From Brazil At
2 - Poor
“Almost 20 days of repudiation, pay for something that is not worth the price. Nightmare sometimes like having to argue with the guide to sleep inside the bus because in the camping tents it was impossible .. because they are wet and dirty. Yes I did It and it happened.
If you can, choose another company. The only thing that was amazing was the Game in Kruger (But it was not the Acacia Africa that offered, it was a contracted company), a little bit of Mountain Zebra National Park and St. Lucia. Only.”
The best tour Reviewed Tour: Best of Cape Town: Table Mountain, Wine and Gardens
David And Jenaro At
5 - Excellent
“The best tour of our life. Thanks!”
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