We Love —
- Escape to South Africa to enjoy the holiday-of-a-lifetime in Cape Town at the fabulous The Onyx Cape Town 4*!
- Spend free time discovering this fascinating city, and enjoy the complimentary inclusions of a 1-day ticket for a double-decker tour bus and a free shuttle service to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
- This offer comes with the opportunity to add a variety of exciting excursions - be sure to personalise your holiday by adding an extra option or two!
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Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destination —
The Onyx Cape Town 4* —
In celebration of past and present, Heerengracht Street, Cape Town’s oldest thoroughfare, received another layer of contemporary innovation with the opening of The Onyx. Guests can look forward to a chic city experience, on par with apartment offerings in New York, London and Paris, but infused with South African vibrancy.
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
This offer is based on a stay in a Standard Room.
Sleeps up to
Your Board Basis
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.
Just for you:
- One bottle of sparkling wine in your room on the first night
- One complimentary 1-day ticket for the double-decker tour bus
- Free shuttle service to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Your Excursions —
You may choose to add the following excursions at the next stage of the booking process.
You will start the day with a panoramic tour of Cape Town. Confusing its name with that of the tip of land located at the south-west of the African continent (the Cape of Good Hope is located about forty kilometres from the city centre) and with that of the province, Cape Town keeps its promises. Backed by Africa, one eye to Asia, another to America, the city offers history lovers the depth of a mosaic memory haunted by distant Europe. The South African capital of the art of living, fashion and gastronomy, it is also the scene of a rare symbiosis between man and nature: its inhabitants know the chance they have to live between land and sea, on a peninsula whose variety of flora exceeds that of all Britain. You will also discover the Table Mountain which is a massif of the Western Cape Province which overlooks the city of Cape Town. Its name comes from its shape which, from a distance, seems as flat as the top of a table. When the clouds hang on it is said that the tablecloth is down."Table Mountain" is the main symbol of Cape Town and is its main tourist attraction.
Includes: The English-speaking private driver-guide, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, the guide's meal, the panoramic tour of the city of Cape Town, entrance for Table Mountain ascent. It does not include breakfast, tips and personal expenses.
One of the most memorable places in South Africa is Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope, which is the southernmost area of the continent. After starting the day with a visit to the small fishing town of Hout Bay, where you will cruise to discover Seal Island not far away, you will head to the Simon's Town Maritime Garrison Town along the road. Visit the legendary Chapman's Peak, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. Renowned for its pristine beach with dozens of penguins, Simon's Town will allow you to make a stop at the seaside. Head to the Cape Nature Reserve, to the south, where you will admire the "fynbos" (small typical South African shrub) and many species of birds, antelopes, mountain zebras or baboons.
Includes: The private English-speaking driver-guide, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, lunch, Hout Bay cruise, Chapman's Peak scenic drive, entrance to Boulder's Beach, entrance to Cape Nature Reserve and fish lunch. It does not include tips and personal expenses.
With more than 100,000 hectares under vine, South Africa is today the eighth largest producer of wines. Not only are South African wines extremely attractive in terms of value for money, but they compete with the great wines of other world wine regions. Only the province of Cape Town offers a climate suitable for viticulture. It is therefore not surprising that almost all producers find themselves there. The wine route formed by the triangle Stellenbosch - Franschhoek - Paarl is only a few kilometres from Cape Town. The tour will begin with a visit to the university town of Stellenbosch with its Cape Dutch style and museum. After a stop in a wine estate to taste South African wines, visit the cellars and depart for Franschhoek, literally 'the corner of the French'. Visit of the museum and the Huguenot memorial. Lunch in a wine estate.
Includes: The English-speaking private guide-driver, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, the Stellenbosch museum village visit, the Stellenbosch panoramic tour, tasting wine tasting and wineries visit a wine estate, visit the Huguenot museum and memorial, the panoramic tour of Franschhoek, a lunch on a wine estate. It does not include tips and personal expenses. Please Note: Wine tasting is prohibited for children under 18 years old.
On the heights of Signal Hill, and overlooking Table Bay, the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood contributes to Cape Town's cosmopolitan identity, such as the spicy scents and flavours that float in its colourful streets. The walk in this historic district of Cape Town takes you through its nooks and crannies, its legends and its secrets, and it is good to break through to understand the origin of its wonderful aromas to discover the special cuisine of the Malayan community.
Guided by your sense of smell, and without it being possible to resist, you will follow the scents of ginger, coriander, cardamom, cinnamon, or other peppers escaping the storefronts of the shops and cafes. You will be able to buy the necessary ingredients to prepare a typical Cape Malay dish. Then, you will attend the preparation of a meal, a real cooking session, in the house of a Bo-Kaap family. You will learn how to get Masala, how to bend Samoosas or how to balance the delicate flavors of a Cape Malay curry. You'll share a cup of faloodah (a traditional, slightly rose-scented milk drink) with your hostess and the cook who will tell you a little more about how food, history and religion are intertwined in Bo's culture. The time will come to sit down, relax and enjoy the result of your participation in preparing a traditional Malay meal.
Includes: The English-speaking private driver-guide, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, guide's meal, Bo-Kaap's walking tour, the discovery of the preparation of a traditional Malay meal and lunch tasting. It does not include: tips and personal expenses.
This excursion is only available during the whale season, from July to November and subject to weather conditions. After taking the coastal road Clarens overhanging False Bay, with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, you will arrive in the small town of Hermanus, a pretty little coastal town, that has some old buildings and several craft markets. The growing celebrity of this beautiful seaside resort is essentially the presence of whales that gather near the shore offering a sensational show to locals and visitors alike. In full season, the whales of Bizkaia come to give birth in Walker Bay not far from the city. During this period, it is possible to count up to 70 cetaceans in the bay. The first visit will take you to the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens at the entrance of the city, then you will be able to admire the whales from the cliffs. Departure for a cruise of about 2 hours to approach a little closer.
Includes: The English-speaking private driver-guide, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, the guide's meal, the panoramic tour of the city of Hermanus, visit Harold Porter Botanic Gardens, cruise from Hermanus. It does not include breakfast, tips and personal expenses.
The perfect place to meet the big white is in Gansbaai, a 2.5-hour drive from Cape Town. The waters are home to many sharks and this is a unique opportunity to dive in a cage to live an incredible face to face experience. After a briefing on safety and equipment, this cruise of about 4 hours allows you to fully enjoy the cage diving (20 minutes) and observe what there is to see at sea. made with wetsuit, mask and snorkel. A picnic lunch will be offered on your return. This activity which provides a good dose of thrills is also the exclusive opportunity to discover more about these unknown creatures with sharp teeth. Get ready for a moment of adrenaline! Due to variable weather conditions and the unpredictable activity of sharks, diving is not always possible and therefore not guaranteed. Departure times are only communicated late afternoon the day before.
Includes: The English-speaking private guide-driver, a Cat.B vehicle (for 2 pax maximum), gas costs, road tolls, the guide's meal, the boat trip and the 20-minute dive, cage with experienced divers, light lunch, equipment loan for diving. It does not include: tips and personal expenses. Please Note: Access on board the boat is from 6 years. Access to cage diving is from 11 years old.
Your Journey to The Onyx Cape Town 4* —
Flights: You may choose from Economy, Premium or Business class flights on sectors that they operate, at the next stage of the booking process. The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: Private return airport transfers from Cape Town Airport to the hotel are included throughout this offer.