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 Full Day Winelands

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Depart the city to the Winelands region in the nearby Boland Mountains, for a leisurely exploration of historic Wine Route towns, their liquid delights and famed hospitality.

Wine estate Wine cellar

Estates visited will vary according to client preferences, but the tour generally includes the region’s major wine producing areas, and there are chances aplenty en route for tastings of high quality reds and whites as well as Cap Classiques (South African “Champagnes”) in areas including Stellenbosch, Simonsberg, Paarl and Franschhoek.

Lunch at one of the many classic restaurants in the area.

Natural and historic heritage abounds in this area and your tour may take in sights like the Afrikaans Language Monument with its panoramic Boland views, the historic estate of Boschendal with its beautifully preserved Cape Dutch buildings and priceless period furniture, while idyllic Franschhoek, nestled in the valley where the French Huguenots settled in 1688, is a delight for antique lovers and gastronomes (the town boasts some world-famous eateries).

Stellenbosch, South Africa’s second-oldest town provides another glimpse of classic 17/18th Century Cape style with a chance to browse quaint Dorp Street, visit the museum or explore the many galleries and shops of this university town.

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