Cape Town Tours & Travel Operator
Discover Cape Town with us, your specialist in private guided Cape Town Tours
As a Cape Town Tours Operator and proud member of Cape Town tourism, Wanderer Tours & Travel prides itself in being the best way to experience this magnificent part of the world. Our Cape Town Tours are carefully designed to show off the many delights of the city and surrounding regions in a way that considers the unique needs of each group whilst at the same time incorporating the standard must do’s.
In conclusion our wide and diverse range of tour and travel options teamed with our experience and knowledge allows you to curate your own Cape Town Tours. Furthermore our service focused ethos and ambitions to be the number one Cape Town tour operator ensures every experience with us will be an unforgettable one. We look forward to hearing from you so call, whatsapp or email or live chat.
With 100’s of wine estates this tour can be curated to include pretty much anything. Wine tasting, chocolate tasting, cheetah encounters and game drives are but a few.
Using our experience and creativity we have managed to map the Mother city in such a way that it allows our clients the opportunity to tailor all the standard Cape Town tour itineraries to suite their interests. This is done by breaking the city up into different types of landmarks, activities and adventures so you can insert them into your day to give your tour a bit of a theme, should you wish.
Landmarks are broken down into categories such as historical, cultural, natural, scenic and wildlife.
Activities are broken into categories such as cultural, adventure, kids, family, cuisine and safari or wildlife.
Private, tailored, luxury and affordable tours of the Cape Peninsula and Cape Point, where the world-class city pulsates with life against a backdrop of mountains, gardens, white sandy beaches, and blue oceans. Our vibrant township tours on the outskirts of the city, where life unfolds to a rhythm unlike anywhere else. Then there’s the Cape Town City Tour that includes visits to the Malay quarter and several African markets. Whale-watching tours, where some of the largest and most majestic creatures on earth can be spotted up close. In conclusion Cape Town has it all from wildlife and great scenery to unique culture and plant life.
To sum it up our team of certified and experienced professionals and fleet of luxury vehicles makes Wanderer tours and travel the operator to satisfy your wanderlust.
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The Castle of Good hope – built by the Dutch East India Company between 1666 and 1672 make this the oldest colonial building in South Africa .
Company gardens is home to the South African national museum, the national gallery and also the perfect picnic spot in the CBD. It was originally set-up by the Dutch East India Company in 1644 to grow crops for the ships sailing from the Netherlands to India.
Robben Island – Set-up as a maximum security prison in the late 20th Century to hold political prisoners. This was were Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.
Slave lodge was set-up as a museum in 1998. It’s one of South Africa’s oldest buildings and gives the visitor the opportunity to go on an historical journey of the conditions during slavery in South Africa.
Bo-Kaap is the historical centre for Malay culture in Cape Town. The colourful houses, Malay cuisine, the oldest Mosque in Cape Town and the Bo-kaap museum are but a few of its attractions.
Below are some of Cape Towns most popular landmarks:
Table Mountain – One of the worlds 7 natural Wonders and definitely the most popular of the lot. At 1086 meters this 260 million year mountain gives traveler’s 2 options to reach its peak. Firstly and most popular is the rotating cable-way. The other option is to choose one of the many scenic hiking routes.
Cape Point nature reserve which includes the Cape of Good Hope. Booming with flaura and fauna found only in this part of the world and believed to be the meeting point of the Indian and Atlantic oceans its a must visit.
Boulder’s Penguin Colony – Home to over 2000 African penguins and also the perfect spot for a dip in the ocean this is the perfect stop on route to Cape Point.
Lions Head – the second most hiked mountain in the world gives you the opportunity to see Cape Town from all angles.
On top of the list is definitely Chapman’s Peak drive, which connects Hout Bay and Noordhoek. This is without a doubt the most scenic drive along the Cape Peninsula and assures you great pics.
Then we have Signal Hill best known for its perfect picnic sunsets. The noon gun is situated and is fired dailly. Signal Hill is also the Paragliding home for the more adventurist.
For the iconic post card photo of Table Mountain go to Bloubergstrand.
On the other side of Cape Town we have Muizenberg also known as surfers corner and best known for its colourful on the beach change rooms.
This is a full day experience in 2 hours outside of Cape Town just past the whale Capital hermanus in Gansbaai. Find out more
Constantia neck is where this zipling experience starts. Lines are up to 155 metres high offering great views and a rush like no other. Find out more
Why choose us for your Cape Town Tours?
We just recently visited Cape Town for a week for a family vacation, and it was absolutely a memorable one! During planning stage, communication was smooth with Che, and he… read more
Che was helping us to get around on tours and city trips. Perfect to communicate and knows places. Thank you, Wanderer!
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Absolutely brilliant experience from beginning to end!
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