Day Tours

We have exciting day tours from Cape Town to offer – from sky-diving and great white shark cage diving for the adrenaline junkies, to less extreme (but still fun) hiking & biking Cape Peninsula tours, and even a cycling wine tour!

Tandem skydiving in Cape Town

A 40-minute drive north along the R27, or West Coast Road as it's more commonly known, is all it takes for you to be whisked from the Cape Town city centre to the only drop zone serving South Africa's tourism capital, boasting one of the best views in the world from altitude.

Great white shark cage-diving

This popular activity is done in Gansbaai, roughly 3 hours drive from Cape Town which hosts the most Great White Shark population per square km than anywhere else on earth! This activity can be booked as a self-drive option, or transportation can be arranged at an additional cost.

Cape Point. Photo by Joost Rooijmans (Fotopedia)

Hiking and biking! A scenic coastal drive to Hout Bay via Camps Bay, a boat to Seal Island, then on to Chapman’s Peak drive and the Cape Peninsula National Park/Cape Point. Hike to the lighthouse, gaze over False Bay and have your photo taken at the famous sign board. After Cape Point we visit Boulders Beach, where we have the chance to see the very cute African penguin up close.

Cape winelands. Photo by Henry Scott (Flickr)

A picturesque cycling tour from Cape Town through the famous Cape Winelands, with cheese and wine-tasting, and a cellar tour. We visit Fairview winery in the Paarl region, the Holden Manz winery in the Franschhoek Valley, and continue into Stellenbosch. Bicycles and equipment included.

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Tour Guides and travellers will be required to wear cloth face masks whilst on tour; in the vehicle or in public for travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please bring your own mask.

Travellers' temperatures will be measured daily to ensure that they are fit for travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Travellers will be required to sign and complete a Declaration of Health document when boarding the tour during the pandemic.

Hand sanitiser or disinfectant hygienic wipes will be available and used regularly on tour during the pandemic.

Tour group size capacity limits and social distancing controls will be strictly monitored during the pandemic.

Tour vehicles will be cleaned and disinfected between tours as well as during the tour during the pandemic.

All operations, third-party transport, activity and/or accommodation suppliers (if any) used on tour will adhere the required COVID-19 guidelines for travel during the pandemic and until post-COVID-19 travel protocols are determined. Hands will need to be disinfected and temperatures checked upon arrival. Certain establishments will have different protocols, please respect and adhere to these conditions.