Experience both the cultural and geographical sectors of the Cape, whilst indulging in the rich and at
times dark history of South Africa.
Pick up Points:
Camps Bay/Bantry Bay
Waterfront / Sea Point
City Bowl / Foreshore
Oranjezich / Gardens
Block Out Dates
New Year’s Day (01 January), Cape Town Cycle Tour (10 March), Two Ocean Marathon (20 April), Christmas Day (25 December)
Entrance Fees to Slave Lodge & Robben Island
Excluded from Price
Table Mountain Cable Car Ticket
Table Mountain Cable Car
Robben Island – The trip begins on a ferry to the place of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment of 27 years
– Robben Island. Today the island is a world heritage site and museum open to the
public. Here you will hop on a bus and explore both the island and prison.
Bo-Kaap – Upon returning to the mainland, we will meander through the Bo-Kaap, exploring
the history of the Malay slaves and how it influenced the culture of the area today.
Company Gardens – We will then enjoy a nice stroll through the beautiful gardens of the inner city. The gardens are home to a variety of plant life and critters, beautiful views and powerful
Slave Lodge – Upon entering the Slave Lodge, we will gain knowledge on the experiences of the
unwilling immigrants and how they contributed to the diversity and richness of the
Table Mountain Cable Car – Enjoy the panoramic views over Cape Town and the Atlantic Seaboard.