Fri, Nov 24, 2017
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Fun Time Tours & Safaris have a wide range of packages available for every different taste and adventure. For getaways with a difference we can offer you vast knowledge and experience in the industry.

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Private Half Day Afternoon City, Table Mountain and Sunset Cruise

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Depart the city in the afternoon for the Lower Cableway Station to board the revolving cable car, for a 5-minute ride to the top of Table Mountain. 1036 meters above sea level, it affords bird’s-eye views of both city and Peninsula as you walk its summit (weather permitting).

Boat cruise

Return to the city via the old Cape Malay Quarter, for a walk through the Company Gardens, the fresh produce gardens for ships and locals from the mid 17th Century and today, home to the SA Museum, Cultural History Museum, Houses of Parliament, National Gallery and St George’s Cathedral.

Table mountain cable cars

Stroll through the city to Greenmarket Square to browse African mementos at its bustling market stalls.

Drive to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront to board the Spirit of Victoria, a traditionally designed 58ft Gaff-Rigged Schooner, easily identified in the bay by her red brick brown sails. Depart before sunset for a sail around Table Bay, with spectacular views of the city lights. Sparkling wine and soft drinks are served on board. (Weather permitting.

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Private Half Day Afternoon City, Table Mountain & Sundowner Drinks

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Depart the city in the afternoon for the Lower Cableway Station to board the revolving cable car, for a 5-minute ride to the top of Table Mountain. 1036 meters above sea level, it affords bird’s-eye views of both city and Peninsula as you walk its summit (weather permitting).

Table Mountain Table Mountain

Return to the city via the old Cape Malay Quarter, for a walk through the Company Gardens, the fresh produce gardens for ships and locals from the mid 17th Century and today, home to the SA Museum, Cultural History Museum, Houses of Parliament, National Gallery and St George’s Cathedral.

Stroll through the city to Greenmarket Square to browse African mementos at its bustling market stalls.

We enjoy “sundowners” (typical SA end-of-day drinks) of sparkling wine or soft drinks, either on the summit of Table Mountain (weather dependant) or atop nearby Signal Hill with its spectacular views across the city, as the sun sets over the Atlantic Ocean.

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Private Half Day Stellenbosch Winelands

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Depart the city and head towards the Boland area – home of the celebrated Cape Winelands, with a first stop at the Zevenwacht Wine Estate to enjoy a cheese and wine tasting.

Zevenwacht Wine Estate Wine cellar

Continue on along the picturesque Polkadraai Road, with its many farms and estates set amidst breathtaking views of the Simonsberg, Stellenboschberg and Helderberg Mountains.

The area is rightly famous for high quality dry white and red wines from noble grape varieties. Award-winning wines are produced at many historic estates in the area, some of which have homesteads dating back to the 17/18th centuries. We visit some of these farms to taste their wines.

There’s also a visit to oak-lined Stellenbosch, South Africa’s second oldest town, with a chance to explore the town’s beautiful examples of Cape Dutch architecture, its university, shops and galleries.

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Private Half Day Constantia Winelands

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Depart from Cape Town and head south along the Peninsula towards Constantia, where we enjoy a tour of the famous Constantia Wine Ward.

Vinyard Wine tasting

The historic valley, with vineyards clinging to the eastern slopes of the Constantiaberg mountainside is home to 17th Century Dutch governor, Simon van der Stel’s wine farm. Its legendary dessert wines graced the tables of the European monarchy in the 18th Century.

There are now seven cellars in this premier ward, and we will taste at some of these estates, which continue the tradition of producing wines from classic European noble varieties. The area is celebrated for Sauvignon Blancs, Semillons and Chardonnays, from the Steenberg, Constantia Uitsig and Buitenverwachting estates.

Wonderful Merlots, Cabernet, Shiraz and red blends in classic Bordeaux styles are also made at Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia and High Constantia, but the area’s famed signature wine is still the exquisite Vin de Constance from Klein Constantia.

Wine tastings are tailored to the estates’ opening hours and guest’s wine preferences.

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Private Half Day Shark Safari

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Depart before daybreak for Simonstown harbour for a boat trip in search of the super predator of the oceans, the Great White Shark with international shark experts, Chris and Monique Fallows. (Subject to Availability)

Shark Shark

The Fallows have studied Great Whites since 1989 and were the first to film the now famous Great Whites of False Bay in the rare (and until-then, relatively-unseen) act of “breaching” (launching themselves out of the water) in their pursuit of Cape Fur Seals they hunt in this area.

Our search for Great Whites includes one of their typical haunts, Seal Island, home to some 60 000 seals as well as a host of other sea bird species. The main focus of the Safari is on natural interaction with the sharks from the boat, observing natural predatory behaviour, with a tow using a fake cut-out carpet “seal” decoy employed to encourage the sharks to “breach.”

Light lunch, snacks and soft drinks are served on board. Return to the city around noon.

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