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Icons of SA - My big fat whale, wine and wors tour

Cape Town

Activity Description

The fun-loving company will whisk you off to discover the hidden gems of the Western Cape. Experience different wines in different wine regions, taste craft Ciders paired with Wors (sausage) and many other local delicacies and meet the different characters, all the way up to Hermanus’s majestic whales. A diverse and interesting day, showcasing the art of wine making, the history and culture of this area, and of course the star, our whales…all done in a Big, Fat Fun loving way.

Arrangements

Duration12 hours
WhenThis service is available all year round.
WhereCape Town Tourism Centre in Cape Town
WeatherThis service is not weather dependent.
What to WearWear something comfortable with comfortable shoes as there are some walking involved.
Things to BringBe sure to bring your sunglasses, camera and some sunscreen.
Guests or SpectatorsOnly paying guests will be allowed on the tour.

Requirements

Minimum Age17 years
Minimum Height0.0 m
Maximum Height0.0 m
Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement
QualificationsNot Applicable
Maximum Weight0.0 kg
CertificationNone Required
Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions

InclusionsMy Big Fat Whale, Wine and Wors Tour (Seasonal July to begin December – Every Tuesday and Thursday. Other days on request). All inclusive - all wines, ciders & beers, local food pairings, cellar tour, whales (nature depending of course), guide and transport, lunch, local treats.
ExclusionsAll other meals and drinks and items of a personal nature.

Notes

Stellenbosch
The first is the world-renowned, Stellenbosch, where you will visit the quirky but legendary Oom Samie Se Winkel followed by the family-owned Middelvlei Wine Farm to sample some top end reds and whites as well as take a cellar tour.

Grabouw
Next, it is off to Grabouw in the Overberg region, for a uniquely South African pairing of Everson’s Ciders with locally made Boerewors (sausage) and delicious produce from Peregrine’s (a local farm stall considered by locals as an institution).

Hermanus
The Hemel and Aarde valley is next with breath-taking views and award winning wines being sampled at La Vierge. Hermanus being one of the best land based whale watching locations in the world, is where we will indulgence in some local cuisine, battered hake, calamari and fries served with a cocktail from the chef’s choice at Fisherman’s cottage, a stone’s throw away from the cliffs overlooking the whales! Binoculars are provided by Wine Flies. Finally, to top it all off, you’ll take a trip around Clarence drive, considered to be in the top 10 scenic drives in the world, hugging the False Bay coast line en-route to Gordon’s Bay for our final tasting at Red Sky Brewery, a local craft producer brewing some experimental & exciting beers. All in all, it’s a diverse and unique day trip, showcasing ridiculously delicious local food & drink led by charming & experienced tour guides as well as big, majestic whales.

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