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Please help with three week itinerary for Cape Town, vineyards and environs


Sep 5th, 2013, 07:02 AM
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Please help with three week itinerary for Cape Town, vineyards and environs

My husband and I are returning to NYC after a year working in Australia and are traveling to t the Cape Town, south South Africa region From Dec 18- Jan 8. My husband is interested in visiting vineyards and we will be flying in and out of Cape Town through Johannesburg so any ideas of what to do for that long in South Africa would be great. We then go on to a tour of Morocco which is what's determining the dates.
We have done safaris in and around and Kruger and Botswana on previous visits.

We want to see the sights, relax on a few beaches and as I said see a nice collection of vineyards....
Thanks for any and all suggestions.
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Sep 9th, 2013, 01:43 PM
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I suggest you get the professional help of Sarah Hoyland at The Classic Safari Company in Sydney who will get you expertly sorted! www.classicsafaricompany.com.au.
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Sep 9th, 2013, 03:08 PM
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Or patronize the (excellent) services of a Fodor's regular, Selwyn Davidowitz at I Love Cape Town Tours - http://www.ilovecapetown.com/index.htm
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Sep 13th, 2013, 10:29 PM
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I used & would recommend Hylton Ross for a few day trips around Cape Town and was the only passenger for the day in the Winelands!

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Sep 15th, 2013, 07:42 AM
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Amazink - a show in a township on the edge of Stellenbosch. It's a really good evening. http://www.amazink.co.za/home/

Book now for dinner at The Test Kitchen in Cape Town and don't miss Luke's Caprese Salad for pudding if it is on the menu http://www.thetestkitchen.co.za

You could visit Groote Schuur, where Christian Bernard did the world's first transplant http://www.heartofcapetown.co.za

I like going to see the Noon Gun being fired http://www.capetown.travel/attractio...d_the_Noon_Gun

And go up Table Mountain at the first available opportunity
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