Let us collect you from your accommodation and take you on a private tour to remember! Enjoy the beautiful town of Stellenbosch set in the heart of the winelands. Visit Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden and relax while sipping on a coffee or tea at Katjiepiering restaurant. Explore the Stellenbosch Museum, followed by lunch and a wine tasting at Delheim Wine Estate. We will then pop over for a visit to Muratie Wine Estate where you can indulge in a chocolate and port pairing. Relax and enjoy scenic views along the way.
- Collection from your accommodation.
- WiFi on board whilst travelling.
- Water on route.
- Visit Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden.
- Coffee or tea at Katjiepiering restaurant.
- Visit Stellenbosch Museum.
- Visit Delheim Wine Estate for wine tasting.
- Visit Muratie Wine Estate for chocolate & port tasting.
- Drop off at your accommodation.
A must do activity is to spend a day visiting Stellenbosch. There truly is something for everyone in this town. The Botanical Garden is located in the historical center of Stellenbosch and is the oldest university botanical garden in South Africa. In the shade of an age-old red-flowering gum tree (Corymbia ficifolia) you can enjoy a cup of coffee or tea whilst listening to the birds in the garden.
The Village Museum has four lovely restored historic homes which you can view at your leisure, Schreuderhuis, Blettermanhuis, OM Berghhuis and the beautiful Grosvenor House. A visit to any of these wonderful historical buildings is sure to be a memorable one.
Muratie Wine Estate presents some of the best wines and ports in the country. The farm itself dates back to 1685 when it was granted by Governor Simon van der Stel who was Governor of the Cape of Good Hope at the time. This makes Muratie one of the oldest estates in South Africa and along with that age comes many characters and truly fascinating stories.
Another one of the beautiful Stellenbosch wine estates is Delheim. Delheim boasts an outstanding wine portfolio and recently they have experimented with the wine pairings. Delheim is home to 13 families (excluding the owners). A holistic approach to community and land, to wine making and to enduring good business practices is what sustains Delheim. The aim has always been to nurture a strong culture of sustainable development on the farm and within the community that grows up and works together on the estate.
As many of our guests are not familiar with South Africa, we would like to assure you that your comfort and safety is our first priority. Our experienced guides are always available to assist you in making your stay with us a good one!