The Cape Winelands offer unexpectedly lush scenery and the opportunity to sample excellent wines and superior dining in restaurants, many of which are on wine farms. Don’t miss a visit to the university town of Stellenbosch and nearby Franschhoek. Hikers will also want to lace up their boots and get out into the spectacular mountains of this region.
The Whale Coast is a pristine stretch of the South African coastline that runs from the coastal hamlet of Rooiels in the west to Quoin Point in the East and is flanked by mesmerising mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The main towns of the area are Kleinmond, Hermanus, Stanford and Gansbaai; but the Cape Whale Coast is in fact made up of a collection of villages, farms, rivers, bays, coves and valleys – each filled with its own special magic. Explore the whales, sharks, wine routes, fynbos, birding, golf courses, penguins, mountain biking, hiking trails and adventure activities in this beautiful region.
You arrive at the Mosaic Private Sanctuary Lagoon Lodge where you will spend your first three days. It is centrally located to whale watching, marine tours, shark cage diving and exploring the Overberg Wine Region, Mosaic is the perfect location for nature and activity lovers. Being transfered to your second accomodation, the Babylonstoren Farm Hotel you can enjoy guided garden tours, rowing on the farms dams and much more. To complete the perfect time in the winelands we included a full day Winelands Tour including wine tastings and cellar tour
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