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Tilling Tours prides itself in showcasing the exquisite shoreline of the Cape Peninsula. Clients are welcomed at their accommodation establishments by a well-dressed accredited tour guide at approximately 08H30, usually after breakfast. After a brief orientation presented to clients the tour commences.

It is the objective of the guide to give all clients a fun learning experience. The drive takes clients along the spectacular Atlantic Seaboard, through suburbs like, Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay. 

We stop over at Hout Bay where clients have the opportunity to explore the local flee market in the harbour and the option of taking a boat ride to Dyker Island (commonly known as Seal Island). Departing Hout Bay the drive take you along the breath-taking Chapman’s Peak to the Cape of Goodhope Nature Reserve. 

Cape of Goodhope is part of the Cape Floristic Kingdom, one of the smallest floral kingdoms in the world but the most species of plant life. In the reserve it is recommended that clients stop at two places.

The two places have historic value and the guide will captivate the clients with storytelling and visual scenery. 

Departing Cape of Goodhope the tour takes clients to Boulders Beach to view the African Penguin. This unique bird came to rest along he False Bay cost and has made Boulder their home. One of two penguin colonies along False Bay this is a must see. 

The drive back to the accommodation usually follows the False Bay coastline through small suburbs of Simon Town, Fish Hoek, St James and Muizenberg. 

Time permitting it is recommended to have a brief stopover at Muizenberg to take in the sights and sounds of Surfers Corner. 

Clients will arrive back at their accommodation establishments on or about 17H30.

Enjoy spectacular scenery drive and see where currents collide 

Recommended stops in the city are Bo-kaap
(Cape Malay Quarters), The Castle of Goodhope (Oldest building in Cape Town), The District Six Museum and
many more.

Take in the sites and sounds of the oldest city in South Africa

Constantia Valley

One of the oldest regions of the Cape with its award winning wines

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens lives up to its reputation as one of the most beautiful gardens in Africa. This property once belonged to Cecil John Rhodes, who on his death bequeathed the land to the government. Clients have the opportunity for a leisurely stroll through the fragrant garden and the many paths that contour through this beautiful setting. 

A must see is the Boomslang treetop canopy walk. Inspired by the skeleton of a snake this Walkway takes visitors from the forest floor, into and through the trees and bursts out above the canopy, giving visitors a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, Gardens and Cape Flats.

Established in 1913 and home to about 7000 species of the Cape Floral Kingdom

This is a must see when visiting the shores of Cape Town. Standing at 1086 meters above sea-level it offers clients spectacular views of the city and suburbs below. 

Stunning views of the Table Bay coastline and the V&A Waterfront and Table Bay Harbour. The cable car ride itself offers clients a 360-degree view while traveling to the upper cable station asitsfloorrotates allowing all it passengers the of both mountain view and sea view.

 

Voted one of the seven natural wonders of the world

Robben Island

 Visit the place where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated.

Stellenbosch Wine Route

 Panoramic views, great wines, beautiful valleys and mountains

This once wasteland is now a mixed-used development comprising of residential and commercial properties, hotels, retail stores, leisure
and entertainment facilities. 

This is where the city meets the sea. Spanning 123 hectares this space provides sufficient choice for clients to end off the day.

For dinning, shopping, great entertainment visit this spectacular working harbour

  • HERMANUS / HEMEL EN AARDE
  • WHALE WATCHING 
  • TOURS CREATED TO THE SPECIFIC NEEDS OF CLIENT

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28 Chrismar Street
Bellville South, Western Cape, South Africa

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Phone : 0832068267