Wine, Beer & Biltong Safari – R800pp
Highlights – Craft Brewery Tour & Tastings, Zebra & Springbok Viewing while Wine Tasting, Biltong & Wine Pairing & South African Braai
Inclusions – All tours & tastings included, plus local South African braai and snacks.
Pick up at 10am from Cape Town city bowl area and drop off at around 6pm.
Craft Microbrewery Tour & Tasting
Our first stop takes us to the home of the World’s Best Craft Lager of 2014. At this microbrewery we’ll be treated to an in-depth tour of the facilities, taste four beers (including a uniquely local Rooibos infused lager), and indulge in a morning draught beer of your choice. Worried about your waistline? Don’t be! These beers are naturally low in carbs, with two being completely sugar free, ensuring that these moments on the lips will never reach the hips.
Zebra & Springbok Viewing while Wine Tasting
Our next stop boasts Zebra and Springbok wildlife, while you get to taste amazing Cape wine! We’ll get to taste some top drawer wines here, and you’ll definitely want to pick a few bottles up when you see the affordable price tags. Some of the most unique farms in the winelands, where you get a taste of wildlife and beautiful wines.
Biltong & Wine Pairing
Now it’s time for something you will literally only find in South Africa: a wine and biltong pairing. Yep, you read right, that’s wine and biltong – paired for your enjoyment while you drink in the spectacular views on show at this location. This is an experience you aren’t likely to ever forget, including panoramic views, carefully chosen local biltong and remarkable wines.
Authentic South African Braai
Our last stop of the day could not get any more authentically South African. We quite literally pull off the road into a dirt carpark to find a microbrewery in a shed. The beers on offer here are brewed in accordance with the strict old German Reinheitsgebot brewing law, presented in classic swing-top bottles. Here we’ll have an awesome chilled afternoon braai (coal barbeque), and you can enjoy some of the drinks you’ve purchased along the trip. The owners let you bring in your own wine if you’re not in the mood for their beer.