Cape Town is waiting to welcome you!


A visit to beautiful South Africa is not complete without a few days (or more!) spent in Cape Town. No one place offers visitors more diversity, from breathtaking scenery wherever you turn, miles of pristine white beaches, award-winning wines from lush vineyards, wildlife and indigenous flora, a fascinating history and contemporary vibrant culture, shopping and fun at the V&A Waterfront, and – of course – our majestic, world-famous, Table Mountain.

Tours du Cap offers small, private, completely customised tours in comfortable vehicles, catering for both day excursions and overland tours further afield. Offered in French or English, our professional and highly knowledgeable guides will ensure you have a unique and unforgettable holiday.

Day Tours


No city tour is complete without taking the rotating cable car (the steepest ascent in the world) to the top of iconic Table Mountain – a world heritage site – that rises up 1000 meters (3000 feet).

City and Table Mountain Tour

Cape Town, fondly known as the Mother City, and the oldest European-established settlement in South Africa, is both a modern city and steeped in history


Starting from the Camps Bay side, we travel along the coastal road with the Twelve Apostles mountain range towering on our left, then down into picturesque Hout Bay with its fishing harbor.

The Peninsula Tour

This is the most ‘classic’ of our tours – if you only have one day in Cape Town, this is definitely how you should spend it.


Since the first wine was pressed in Cape Town in 1699, wine production has gone from strength to strength and is now one of the major industries in the Western Cape.

Cape Winelands Tour

Since the first wine was pressed in Cape Town in 1699, wine production is now one of the major industries in the Western Cape.


Every year after the winter rains, the celebrated West Coast flowers make an appearance, carpeting the landscape in swathes of jewel-bright colours.

West Coast Tour

The West Coast Tour takes in one of the most under-appreciated yet beautiful regions only a short distance up the coast from Cape Town.

Other Tours


Rolling hills, lakes, lagoons and ancient forests; endless coastlines and scenic mountain passes; charming towns and activities to suit all interests, from hiking and lagoon cruises to shopping, arts and crafts and excellent food – the charms of the Garden Route are virtually unlimited.

Garden Route Tour

The Garden Route, so named for its year-round moderate climate and lush green vegetation, is one of the most picturesque regions of South Africa.


Depending on the time available, a typical tour would first take us to Clanwilliam and the magnificent mountains of the Cederberg with its exceptional botanical diversity and fascinating rock formations. Two highlights here would be the world-famous rooibos, which grows only in these mountains, and Bushman rock art.

Namaqualand Flower Tour

The seemingly arid landscape of the West Coast and Namaqualand miraculously bursts into a riot of colour after the winter rains.


Pop in to the quaint villages of Stanford and Elim. And of course, a stop at Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point of the African continent, for the perfect photo op at this, the real southernmost tip of Africa.

The Overberg Tour

For this trip we suggest at least two nights, especially during the whale watching season from July to November


Constantia wine route, including the beautiful historic Groot Constantia estate which is the oldest in the country, can be combined with a few hours at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens to make a full day in the area.

Other Things To Do

make up your own day or half-day itinerary? There are even some overnight options available. Ask us to advise how to plan it best.

Why Choose Us?


For visitors who are adventurous, we can include exciting activities and sport experiences, such as bungee jumping, shark-cage diving, and more.


As we specialise in small, private groups, our clients will have the opportunity to engage with the surroundings and activities in a more personal and leisurely atmosphere.


We have carefully selected a variety of accommodation for overnight stays in Cape Town and the rest of the region. Our recommended hotels are of either 4 or 5-star quality.



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