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I live in Cape Town and consider myself very lucky to live in such a beautiful place. Join The Adventurous Ewe and embark on a journey of discovery in Cape Town and the Western Cape with a luxury small group women’s only tour.

The Western Cape is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including the iconic Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, and the Cape Winelands. Explore beautiful beaches, lush vineyards and picturesque mountains while savouring the culinary delights we have to offer.

Join our Cape Town and beyond tour to experience this beautiful city with us.

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Our Tour



Welcome to Cape Town

Sawubona! A Zulu tribe greeting meaning I see you, you are important to me and I value you.

As your plane descends towards Cape Town International Airport, you’ll be treated to stunning aerial views of the city and Table Mountain dominates the skyline. The V&A Waterfront is home for the next few days. A hub of activity, with shops, restaurants, and street performers. In the evening join your tour leader for a briefing and welcome dinner with an African flavour and show.

Accommodation: 4* hotel


Cape Point

Cape Point is a captivating natural landmark located at the southern tip of the Cape Peninsula. It marks the point where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans converge. As you leave the city behind, you’ll follow the winding coastal road, offering panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the rugged cliffs on the other. Along the way, you’ll pass through charming coastal towns.

We stop for lunch at a winery nestled in the picturesque Cape Point region. It’s known for producing exceptional cool-climate wines that benefit from the maritime influence of the nearby Atlantic Ocean. The vineyard’s dramatic location, with rolling vineyards set against a backdrop of ocean vistas and towering mountains, creates a stunning setting.

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Let this afternoon of luxury and indulgence be a celebration of all things radiant and resplendent. Immerse yourself in the world of diamonds, sip champagne, and explore the possibilities that await you in this captivating showroom.

Accommodation: 4* hotel
Breakfast, lunch


Constantia Valley and Table Mountain

Take a guided wine tasting walk through the Constantia Valley where lush vineyards meet historic elegance. This picturesque route, the oldest wine-producing region in South Africa, weaves through rolling hills and centuries-old estates with charming Cape Dutch architecture.

Our final stop for the day, Table Mountain, our iconic flat topped mountain that looms majestically over Cape Town. This natural wonder is not only a geological marvel, but also a symbol of the city itself. We ascend its summit via cable car offering breathtaking panoramic views of Cape Town, the surrounding coastline, and the ocean beyond. The mountain’s unique flora and fauna add to its allure. Fantastic photo opportunity.

Accommodation: 4* hotel
Breakfast, lunch



We leave Cape Town and head off to the winelands where you will pass through picturesque vineyards and charming towns like Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.

Tucked away in the Cape Winelands, Franschhoek is known as the Cape’s food and wine capital. Galleries and antique shops fill the tree lined main road and vineyards established more than 300 years ago cascade over the hills just outside town. The Huguenot Memorial Museum honours the area’s French settlers, who arrived in the 17th and 18th centuries. Explore the village at leisure followed by lunch at a wine estate, hosted by a Chef, to taste authentic South African dishes and learn more about the food heritage while sharing the meal.

Our accommodation, a beautiful Manor House overlooking sprawling vines on a working farm surrounded by dramatic mountain vistas, dipping valleys and an abundance of fynbos.

Accommodation: 5* hotel
Breakfast, lunch



Spend the day at leisure exploring your surroundings, unwind at the pool or spa treatment or take a walk. Later taste some of the wines from this region.



Klein Karoo

Change of scenery. We depart for a luxury private game reserve set in the Klein Karoo on the slopes of the majestic Langeberg Mountain range. Misha, the terrier, gives everyone a warm welcome on arrival at the luxury lodge. While on a game drive you might spot lion, giraffe, elephants and rhinos.

Accommodation: Luxury game lodge
Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Early morning game drive before we depart. “Luxury in harmony with Nature” is how our next stay over is described. Immerse yourself in the unique fynbos kingdom and ancient forest of this five star eco paradise with breathtaking views of the ocean and fynbos surrounding you. There is something for everyone – a guided nature walk, a botanical tour, bird watching, fat biking or relax at the spa.

Accommodation: 5* lodge
Breakfast, dinner


Another day to enjoy the fragrant smell of fynbos in the air and let your surroundings do its magic. Depart on a Botanical 4×4 safari and visit the Botanical Art Gallery.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner


Cape Town

We head back to Cape Town, but not before stopping at the big cat sanctuary followed by lunch at a wine estate with ocean views. After lunch, we visit the penguin colony where you can observe the penguins in their natural habitat.

Our final stop, Camps Bay, a glamorous coastal suburb located in Cape Town, with its trendy cafés and cocktail bars, nestled between the rugged Twelve Apostles mountain range and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. We stay at a boutique hotel with magnificent views sweeping from the top of Table Mountain and The Twelve Apostles range that disappear into the sea.

Accommodation: 5* boutique hotel
Breakfast, lunch

DAY 10

Cape Town

Leisure day to relax by the pool or shop for those last minute mementos.

This evening a Chef hosts us for our farewell dinner at her house. Enjoy cocktails watching the sun set over the Atlantic ocean and a final South African fare.

Breakfast, dinner

DAY 11

Totsiens (Goodbye) Cape Town

Your airport transfer awaits you. As Winnie the Pooh says “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard”.
Farewell ladies and thank you for joining our women’s only small group tour with The Adventurous Ewe. I look forward to hosting you again in one of our women’s only tours.


  • Flights
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Gratuities and tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • All personal drinks including any alcoholic beverages
  • Any optional activities not part of itinerary
  • Room service requests

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Safety Information:

You will be accompanied by your guide most times. However please be aware of the following:

  • Avoid carrying large sums of cash, don’t carry cameras in plain sight and do not leave belongings unattended.
  • Never allow strangers to assist you in any way at ATMs or cash points.
  • Street children and beggars may approach you for a handout. If you wish to help, consider giving food.
  • As in any destination, be aware at all times.

This is when the first rains fall, and days are often chilly enough for a light jersey/sweater.
Temperatures in May are between 13°C (55°F) and 22°c (72°F).

August – wild flower and whale watching season
It can be cold with rain, but we can have some glorious winter days with sunshine and blue skies.
The average temperature is 18° during the day, dropping at night.

March, April and November, in particular, often have warm, sunny days, and little rain, suitable for swimming.

  • South African Rands (ZAR)
  • You can draw cash at ATMs or pay with your credit card.
  • Tipping is generally 10%

May – Autumn
The weather in Cape Town can be very unpredictable, always be prepared for sudden changes and rain. The weather is still mild and enjoyable and we can have some glorious days, but it starts to get colder in May and evenings are cold.

  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Walking shoes and sandals
  • Warm jacket and jersey for the cooler days and evenings.
  • Windbreaker
  • Long pants/Jeans


August – Winter

  • Walking shoes
  • Clothing that you can layer
  • Long pants
  • Rain jacket
  • Jersey and a warm jacket
  • Game drive – Warm windproof jacket with hood, gloves, scarf
  • Sunglasses
  • Forex in cash to exchange at the airport and bank card
  • Pen and notebook
  • Cell phone chargers and powerbank
  • Plugs – type C, which has two round pins, plug type D which has three round pins in a triangular pattern.
  • Universal plug converter
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Earplugs
  • Medication
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses and/or reading glasses
  • Handbag/backpack/shoulder sling bag
  • You will be able to purchase a local sim card or connect to wifi at your accommodation.

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