South African Food & Wine Tours

Join us for foodie tours in Cape Town, the Cape Winelands, and the Garden Route. We love to get out and explore local wineries, markets, and restaurants and connect you with the best experiences!

South Africa is so fortunate to have some of the best food in the world! The Western Cape has wide open spaces to produce free range meats, and a Mediterranean climate with rich soils to produce the best fruit, wine and veg. Along the coast, the Indian and Atlantic Oceans bring forth a variety of the highest quality fresh seafood.

This is a perfect base for artisans & chefs to be creative and make some of the best food, wine and beer in the world. Europeans and Americans are competing to import our excellent fruit, veg, and seafood, and sell it in their supermarkets and restaurants at exorbitant prices. South Africans are so lucky that we can produce all of this on our doorstep.

Cape Town City Foodie Tour – 1 Day

Sample food and wine at local eateries and artisans around Cape Town. Visit Stops can include the Company’s Gardens, the Bo Kaap, theCape Malay quarter; trendy Woodstock, and find out why Cape Town is the culinary capital of Africa.

Sustainable Winelands Tour – 1 Day

Visit farms that practise responsible farming methods and are involved in social equity programs. Gain first hand experience of biodynamic viticulture, and learn about the social projects that transforms the wine landscape in Cape Town

Cape Winelands Tour – 1 Day

On this tour we will visit a few of our favourites in the Cape Winelands, where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery and interesting history. The wine estate destinations can be customised to the tastes of your group

Uniquely Elgin Valley Tour – 1 Day

On this tour we visit the Elgin Valley, approximately one hour to the east of Cape Town, over Sir Lowry’s mountain pass. The area is known for its cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and locally produced farm goods, from honey and chocolates.

Hermanus Whales & Wines Tour – 1 Day

Join us for a trip along the Southern Coast to Hermanus, known for Southern Right Whale watching. We begin with a visit to a colony of endangered African Penguins, followed by a stop in the seaside town of Hermanus.

West Coast Wildflowers Tour (seasonal August & September) – 1 Day

We depart from Cape Town and travel approximately one and a half hours northwards to the West Coast National Park. There we can see the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, along with the purple, orange, yellow, white, and pink carpet of wildflowers.