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Tour Bookings

Please contact us via phone or email should you wish to book any of our tours.

Shark Cage Diving Tour

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Best Season
Although we run tours all year round, the best season of the year for shark diving/viewing, is during the months April -October, when the sharks are particularly active in their feeding patterns. Even though you still have a good chance of seeing the sharks during the other months, their feeding patterns are more inconsistent and may therefore differ from day to day. The following guide-line is based on tours we have done over the past 10 years and months may overlap slightly.

PEAK SEASON – April to October.
(99% success rate) HIGHLY RECOMMENDED*

HIGH SEASON Nov and Dec.
(90 – 99% success rate)

INTERM. SEASON Jan to March
( 80 – 90% success rate)

What to bring
Towel
Warm weather proof clothing
Sunscreen and hat
Camera and Binoculars
Sea-sick Tablets

Cape Peninsula Tour

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The exhilarating downhill cycle through the free roaming wildlife of the Cape Point Nature Reserve helps you to work up a healthy appetite. A healthy, energy boosting picnic lunch will be served at a lunch stop in the reserve. After a delicious picnic enjoy a leisurely stroll to the South-Western most point of Africa.

The spectacular Cape Point Nature Reserve will put you on a natural high for the rest of the week!

DEPARTS: From your backpacker hostel in Cape Town: Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun (ie Daily except on Tue and Fri)

DEPARTURE TIME: 8am to 9am

Included
Registered tour guide & driver
Biscuits & fruit juice / hot drink
Lunch (cheese, cold meats, salad, rolls, fruit, chips, lollipop, fruit juice)
Entrance fees (Boulders Beach, Chapman’s Peak Drive & Cape Peninsula National Park)
Use of mountain bikes
Accommodation pick up & drop off

Cape Winelands

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You will get to visit the main attractions and world famous estates. But even better … you will also get to taste the wine lands in a much more real and in depth way by visiting hidden gems only known to locals, tasting true local cuisine and perhaps share stories with South African wine makers. This is what we pride ourselves in. It’s a must for the traveller wanting to experience the best of everything the wine lands has to offer.

Our wine lords (guides) have more than 30 years of experience in the tourism industry – knowing exactly what travelers really want. We visit premium wine estates, but also do things that no ordinary tours do, that only South Africans get to enjoy.

  • We visit well-known areas like Stellenbosch and Paarl.
  • We share wine with local wine makers.
  • Taste a variety of locally produced, world-class cheeses.
  • Cellar and vineyard tour, teaching us how wine is made, how to taste wine, food and wine pairing, what bottle to order at restaurants…
  • A hearty lunch is served in the the middle of the wine lands.
  • A diverse range of wine styles: whites, sparkling, reds, dessert wines.
  • Local treats of cured meats and dried fruit paired with selected wines.
  • Artisanal chocolate (Fair trade accredited) pairing with red wines.
  • The choice is obvious…. simply a tour that you will never forget.
1 Day Safari Tour

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The 2 to 3 hour safari departs at 10:15am. The safari is led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side.

The Cape Town safari day tour includes a buffet breakfast and lunch, and cool off dips at one of two breathtaking swimming pools. All safaris are in an open 4 x 4 safari vehicle.

Cultural Tour

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Nestled at the Southern Most Tip of Africa lies the beautiful city of Cape Town. A city fraught with history. A city that has seen many different rulers of its shores. As a trade outpost and both a Dutch and British colony, the Cape of Good Hope brought to its shores the slaves of the far east and other parts of the sub-continent. Along with the indigenous Strandlopers and the Khoisan and Khosa and Zulu african tribes, the myriad of the population of this great city shows when one merely walks the streets anywhere in Cape Town.
The remnants of Apartheid, the vibrant townships, once a symbol of both opression and resistance still exist today to bear testimony to the struggles of the past. This, in contrast with world class beaches and tourist amenities. 5 Star hotels, World Clas Conferencing and Shopping are all part of this great city. A city of contrast and intense natural beauty.

Cape Town Skydiving

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On the way up in the aircraft, the view is breathtaking. To the South, the Mother City lies sandwiched between towering Table Mountain and bustling Table Bay harbour. Further to the south, and to the far side of the mountain, lies False Bay, Hout Bay and the splendour of the South Peninsula as far as Cape Point. To the West, you will spot Robben Island – Cape Town’s own Alcatraz – and the Atlantic breaking on the beautiful Cape West Coast, as famous for its icy water temperature as its mouth-watering crayfish. To the North, the Langebaan lagoon , a great kitesurfing and windsurfing venue.

Less than an hour after landing from your Skydive, you could be gazing out at Robben Island from the top of Table Mountain, relaxing on a wine farm in Stellenbosch, or eating seafood in one of the many fine restaurants at the V&A Waterfront.

Tour Box offers affordable tours, from Garden Route Tours from Cape Town Tours.