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8 Days Western Cape Food & Wine Tour, South Africa

Southern Africa Gourmet Tour

Savor a variety of flavors in breathtaking locations on a journey among sun-drenched landscapes lapped by two oceans, lush valleys lined with vineyards and a quaint village nestled under majestic mountains while getting a taste of the Cape's cosmopolitan essence and unique blend of cuisines, cultures, heritage and diversity and taking part in hands-on cooking sprees.


  • 1 cooking class, 4 wine tastings
  • 2 chocolate tasting, 1 olive oil tasting
  • 1 charcutier demonstration and restaurant trips
  • 9 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 5 dinners
  • 9 nights luxury accommodation
  • Meals with wine, water, coffee


6 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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Day 1 - Cape Town

You'll be met on arrival and transferred from Cape Town airport to The Cellars-Hohenort, the first of three 5-star Relais & Chateaux hotels.

Afternoon high tea and a conducted walk around gracious gardens precede a wine tasting of the best from the Constantia Valley, followed by a welcome dinner by chef Peter Templehoff at The Greenhouse with select guests.

Overnight: Cape Town.

Day 2 - Cape Town

Full day exploring the scenic Cape Peninsula and summiting Table Mountain by cable car. Lunch and wine pairing with chef Bruce Robertson at his home, The Boat House in Scarborough.

Dinner is at your leisure.

Overnight: Cape Town.

Day 3 - Cape Town

Get a glimpse of the city including the colorful Bo Kaap quarter, the V&A Waterfront - a working harbor and shopping mecca and The Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock - an up and coming precinct. Lunch at The Test Kitchen with chef Luke Dale-Roberts.

Late afternoon take part in an interactive Cape Malay cooking experience with chef Martha Williams at The Cellars, learning the art of spice blending, followed by sampling your efforts over a wine-paired dinner.

Overnight Cape Town.

Day 4 - The Winelands

Highlights include an olive oil tasting, strolling around gracious gardens and homestead of the country's premier wine estate, a chocolate and wine tasting, driving through Stellenbosch's architecturally interesting and oak-lined streets, lunch overlooking a sculpture-filled garden and a post prandial tasting at another contemporary winery before arriving in the country's gourmet capital.

Dinner is a wine-paired, multiple course dinner at The Tasting Room prepared by chef Margot Janse & her team at Le Quartier Franais where you'll be staying.

Overnight: Franschhoek

Day 5 - Hermanus

En-route to the coastal town of Hermanus you'll enjoy wine tastings and lunch with a view in the Hemel & Aarde valley and stay the night at The Marine perched on cliffs overlooking the bay, doubtless dining on seafood, since this is at your leisure.

Overnight: Hermanus

Day 6 - Prince Albert

Morning drive to this charming and un-spoilt town in the Little Karoo. Its hot on the map thanks to African Relish - a culinary school with interactive demos of old-style country cooking with modern twists. Drawing on local knowledge, seasonal ingredients, organic produce, heaps of creativity, oodles of passion and a dash of verve, it offers a delicious way to uncover authentic South African specialties and local food heroes - farmers and producers, big and small.

Meet the team over a light lunch before a tour of an olive press along with an olive oil tasting; an encounter with the towns favorite doctor-cum vegetable grower to pick some produce; a visit to a dairy for tasting of award-winning cheeses; a village ramble with a historian and story teller and a truly welcoming dinner.

You'll stay at one of a handpicked number of renovated cottages on a full board basis with drinks for your own account.

Overnight Prince Albert

Day 7 - Prince Albert

An optional morning walk up the famous Swartberg Pass or a leisurely breakfast precedes a visit to the morning market. A mid-morning cooking session introduces you to the South African culinary culture where hands do the talking, followed by lunch and an afternoon cooking session where you prepare some Karoo classics, with a contemporary twist. In lieu of tea, enjoy a wine tasting at the smallest registered wine estate in South Africa, and another at a local winery.

Over dinner, enjoy the fruits of the days culinary endeavors and the company of a master maker of a Serrano style ham.

Overnight: Prince Albert

Day 8 - Prince Albert

  • Gather early for coffee and rusks before a botanical excursion with a renowned specialist in Karoo biome biology.
  • Break your fast with a mid-morning, hearty Karoo brunch - interspersed with some interesting demonstrations.
  • Depart around midday for Cape Town airport and your homeward journey or onward safari extension.
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