Cape Town and the Garden Route
The one we call the Mother City will surprise you. Situated between mountains and ocean, the cosmopolitan city offers a wide variety of experiences, nature, cultural heritage and gastronomy to name only a few.
We take you on a discovery of the stunning wine valleys of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, less than an hour from Cape Town. The landscapes, the numerous estates and the history of these two beautiful winelands regions will amaze you and awaken your senses.
An ideal stopover for nature lovers and camping (or glamping!) This romantic break in the Western Cape has its own hot springs …
SAFARI AT GONDWANA GAME RESERVE
A game reserve only 3 hours from Cape Town where you can discover the BIG 5? Yes, it is possible! Put on your safari gear and experience a stay in the high-end lodge for one or two nights in the Gondwana eco-system.
DE HOOP NATURE RESERVE
Undoubtedly one of the most magnificent coastal reserves in Africa. Treat yourself to a stop at one of the lodges at the foot of the ocean and enjoy the activities around the fynbos and local marine life.
The beautiful Elgin Valley is your last stop before heading to the airport! A wine region influenced by the sea air of the coast, discover the local gastronomy and wine.
The Black Sheep's choice
Foodies, be ready!
We will take you on a unique experience in the heart of a vineyard.
You are going to get to cook a gastronomic dish with a chef. But before that, you will help him by plucking the right ingredients for your recipe.
Trust us, your food has never tasted that good.
Cape Town has wonderful wine farms, and we love taking you on wine tasting… but this time we will take you behind the scenes where you will be able to make your own wine and learn more about wine in general! No doubt, you will enjoy your glass of wine more than ever.
Nothing better than discovering a region by foot–On this multiday hike, we will make sure you learn all about the local flora, spot some great birds and some Southern Right Whales… After all it’s not called “Whale trail” for nothing.