Experience the oldest Cape wine route whilst cycling through the sophisticated Constantia suburb that has some of the finest structures of the Cape Dutch architecture. Enjoy winetasting and gourmet lunch whilst exploring the valley on a bicycle.
You will be met at your accommodation and transferred to the Constantia Valley where Dutch governor, Simon van der Stel, started the wine industry of South Africa dating back to the 17th century. We visit the historic Groot Constantia Estate, you will be introduced to the full array of the valley's award winning wines, and you will learn about the regions rich history. Along the route you will pass a kramat (mosque) built for the slaves that the Dutch East India Company imported from south east Asia.
During this tour you will indulge with some of the most well-balanced wines that South Africa is proud of. Vineyards like Buitenverwachting, Groot Constantia, Constantia Uitsig, Steenberg will open their doors, and cellars, just for you! Come, experience the oldest wine region of South Africa - on a bicycle!
Rates are on a sliding scale:
For 1 person - R 2,400
For up to 2 people - R 1,400 p/p
For up to 3 people - R 1,200 p/p
For 4 people or more - R 900 p/p
This tour price is inclusive of: Transport to and from accommodation anywhere in Cape Town Experienced cycling tour guide, Bicycle and helmet, snacks, bottled water & two wine-tasting. Excludes lunch at local estate.