8 Days / 7 Nights

Group Tours To Cape Town
7 Nights Cape Town

Introduction

Accommodation preview

Destination

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Basis

Duration

Pepper club Hotel & Spa Cape Town Day 1 Day 8 B&B 7 Nights
Not Included Transfer for International departure Day 8 Day 8 Breakfast Not Included

Key
B&B: Bed and Breakfast

DAY 1: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Cape Town

Cape Town is one of the world’s most beautiful cities and a top international destination. Large numbers of tourists flock to Cape Town to enjoy this unique city with its fascinating history, interesting culture, natural beauty, award winning wines and laidback lifestyle. Whether you are a serious tourist or just want to lie on the beach and enjoy life, Cape Town will satisfy your needs.

Day Itinerary

Our English Guide will meet the guests at the Cape Town International Airport and assist with a transfer in a Luxury 44 Seater Coach to The Premier Hotel Cape Town where the guests will be welcomed with a Welcome Drink (Alcoholic or Non Alcoholic).

While the Check-in procedures take place there will be a light lunch for the clients to enjoy along with some drinks, (Light Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity.

The guests will have some time at leisure until they have to meet in the Restaurant for Dinner and Drinks including Gratuity.

Transfers

Date Pick Up Drop Off Time Vehicle
Day 1 Cape Town International Airport [CPT] Pepper club Hotel & Spa   Transfer

Overnight: Pepper club Hotel & Spa         

Pepper club Hotel & Spa is situated in the heart of bustling Cape Town and at the foot of renowned Table Mountain and Lions Head. Not only does the hotel offer the ideal location, but also five-star comfort and personalized service to suit the needs of both leisure and business travellers.

Facilities at the hotel include, among others, 210 generously appointed suites, the intimate Odeon cinema, a fully-equipped gymnasium, a swimming pool with panoramic views, the luxurious Cayenne Spa, Paparazzi Bar & Lounge and in-house restaurant’s, Sinatra’s. The hotel also offers guests scheduled complimentary shuttles to the V&A Waterfront and Camps Bay, home to our beach club facilities and one of South Africa’s most beautiful and picturesque beachfronts. Awarded Africa’s Leading City Hotel in the World Travel Awards.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 2: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel, followed by a Tour of Cape Town City, in the afternoon they will be transferred to Table Mountain where they will go to the top of the Mountain with the Cableway.  Places they will be seeing while on the City Tour is Cape Town Jewish Campus – Great (Gardens) Synagogue,  Cape Town Holocaust Centre,  Gitlin Library,  Jewish Museum, Company’s Gardens,  SA Museum,  House of Parliament, St George Cathedral, Bo-Kaap, Green Market Square, and Table Mountain Return Cableway.

At the top of the Mountain they will be escorted to the 12 Apostles Terrace, where they will receive a Glass of Sparkling wine as a welcome drink.  There will be platters for all the guests to enjoy and spend some time capturing the spectacular view.  This will be a Light Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity

When they have finished their lunch and are ready to leave they will be transferred to the Pepper club hotel where they will enjoy dinner and overnight.

Activities

Cape Town City
Jewish Campus
Gardens Shul
Cape Town Holocaust Centre
Jewish Holocaust Museum
Company Gardens
South African Museum
St Georges Cathedral
Bo Kaap
Table Mountain Cableway

Jewish Campus

Jewish Campus is collectively made up of Gardens Shul, Cape Town Holocaust Centre and the Jacob Gitlin Library.  The Gardens Shul is regarded as the Mother Synagogue of South Africa and is a centre for community events and celebrations. The Cape Town Hebrew Congregation was founded in 1841 making it the oldest Congregation in South Africa and one of the oldest in the Southern hemisphere. For many non-Jews, the Jacob Gitlin Library is an important centre in which to learn about the Jewish people, Jewish history, aspirations and activities. The Library plays an important public relations role in the wider community.

Gardens Shul

The Cape Town Hebrew Congregation was founded in 1841 making it the oldest Congregation in South Africa and one of the oldest in the Southern hemisphere. It is regarded as the Mother Synagogue of South Africa and is a centre for community events and celebrations. The current Synagogue building, the ‘Great Synagogue’, is affectionately called the ‘Gardens Shul’ as it is situated within the Company Gardens just down Government Avenue and a short walk from Parliament. It is a historic landmark for both the Jewish and wider South African communities. The Synagogue building, visited by thousands of tourists annually, is an architectural masterpiece both inside and out and is widely regarded as one of the most magnificent Synagogues in the world.

Cape Town Holocaust Centre

The Cape Town Holocaust Centre, the first Holocaust Centre in Africa, opened in 1999. The permanent exhibition on the history of the Holocaust, combines text, archival photographs and film footage, documents, multimedia displays and recreated environments. The display also includes sections on the pseudo-science of ‘race’; the roots of anti-Semitism, and the institutionalised racism of Apartheid.

A photographic display and 20 minute documentary tells the story of the survivors of the Holocaust who made their home in Cape Town. The Centre offers education programmes to high school learners, educators and diverse adult groups. Programmes examine contemporary Human Rights issues, such as racism and prejudice, by examining the history of the Holocaust. Related to this is the connection that exists between Nazism and the racism of Apartheid.

Jewish Holocaust Museum

The South African Holocaust Centre and Jewish Museum offers a world-class interactive experience and also has a great display on the life of Nelson Mandela, who the Chief Rabbi described as being the “model of what a human being could be.” The Holocaust Museum Cape Town was established in 2007 by the Board of Trustees of the Cape Town Holocaust Centre, and features one of the most devastating events in human history. The subjugation, internment and execution of millions of Jews by the Nazi government during World War 2 are on full display at the museum. The Holocaust Museum Cape Town is one of three centres dedicated to this tragic event in human history located in South Africa. The museum provides support materials for classrooms as well as hosts national in-service training, seminars and adult programs which convey the devastating effects of the holocaust.

Company Gardens

The Company Gardens is a treed haven in the middle of the city and is surrounded by museums and fascinating buildings – St Georges Cathedral, the Salve Museum, The National Art Gallery and the Jewish Museum to mention a few.

South African Museum

At the South African Museum, you can see everything from dinosaurs to rock art and fossils to a stuffed quagga, the extinct zebra that once graced Table Mountain. These exhibitions document the evolution of animals and man in Africa. One of the highlights is the Whale Well where you can listen to whale sounds and see a life-size, 20-metre-long skeleton of the planet’s largest mammal; the Blue Whale.  This is always a crowd-pleaser with the kids.

St Georges Cathedral

The head of the Anglican Church in South Africa also known as the Peoples Cathedral is an interesting place to visit to reflect on South Africa’s history, especially when visited in conjunction with the adjacent Groote Kerk.

Bo Kaap

The colourful suburb of Bo Kaap was exclusively for coloured Muslims during the Colonial and Apartheid times and today, this group still makes up the majority of residents. The quaint cobbled streets, the museum; the authentic purveyors of Cape cuisine and Cape Town’s oldest spice emporium are all worth a visit.

Table Mountain Cableway

A trip up Table Mountain is quite rightly one of the first things a tourist wants to do when arriving in Cape Town. Once on the top, a 1000m above the city below, you are rewarded with spectacular 360 views. Take your time and enjoy this unique environment, go for a walk or have a bit to eat at the restaurant with arguably one of the best views possible.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 3: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel, followed by a Tour of the Cape Peninsula, in the morning they will do a Seal Island Boat Cruise followed by the drive up Chapman’s Peak through to the Cape of Good Hope where they will go the top of the National Park with the Funicular Cable Car , in the afternoon they will be having a Light Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity in Simons Town followed by a tour of Boulders Beach where they will see the beautiful The African penguin this is a species of penguin confined to southern African waters.

When they have completed the tour of Boulders Beach they will  be transferred to the Pepper club hotel where they will enjoy dinner and drinks including Gratuity and overnight.

Activities

Cape Peninsula
Nautical Charters Seal Island Boat Trip
Chapman’s Peak
Cape of Good Hope
Cape Point Funicular
Black Marlin
Boulders Beach

Cape Peninsula

Extending into the Atlantic, the rugged Cape Peninsula marks the south westernmost point of the African continent. It features pristine white-sand beaches met by craggy mountains interspersed with quaint little coastal towns. Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope can be found along the southern end of this spectacularly scenic peninsula, while the northern tip is crowned by the world-famous Table Mountain which towers over the city of Cape Town. Visitors can look forward to a wide selection of activities including: hopping on a boat ride to Seal Island from Hout Bay, exploring the magnificent Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, and viewing the colony of African penguins on Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town. Don’t miss the opportunity to take in the breathtaking views from the top of Table Mountain.

Nautical Charters Seal Island Boat Trip

Located in Cape Town, South Africa, Nautical Charters Seal Island Boat Trip offers visitors a lovely experience. Open to the public 365 days a year, Nautical Charters provides daily cruises to the seal colony situated just off the coast of Hout Bay. Here, visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the seals and other marine wildlife in their natural habitat. The boat features a full cash bar and glass viewing windows below deck. The Nautical is the largest of the ships that do this cruise, and it requires a minimum of 20 people to go out on a trip.

Chapman’s Peak

Chapman’s Peak Drive winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world. The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman’s Peak. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.

Cape of Good Hope

Part of the Table Mountain National Park that extends from Signal Hill in the north all the way to Cape Point in the south, the Cape of Good Hope is not the southern tip of Africa, despite lying at the south-west corner of the Cape Peninsula, just a little south of Cape Point on the south-east corner.

Cape Agulhas, roughly 150 kilometres southeast of here, holds this title instead. The Cape of Good Hope, however, remains a significant headland in the sense that from here one travels more eastward than southward, and it is not hard to imagine that rounding of the cape in 1488 was a major achievement.

This said, the Cape of Good Hope is one of two world-renowned landmarks within the Table Mountain National Park, the other is Table Mountain. These two familiar attractions are what draws thousands of visitors to Cape Town, not a new attribute to the Cape of Good Hope that functioned as something of a beacon for sailors for years and is still widely referred to as ‘The Cape’ by sea farers.  The Cape Peninsula, just a little south of Cape Point on the south-east corner.

Cape Point Funicular

The Flying Dutchman funicular takes visitors at Cape Point up to the lighthouse, where there is an outstanding view of the point and ocean. The funicular is named after a ghost ship whose destiny it is to sail the oceans forever. More information can be found at the museum.

Black Marlin

The Black Marlin is nestled unobtrusively on one of the most scenic coastlines in the Cape, en-route to Cape Point. During “whale season” patrons often enjoy their meal whilst watching whales in False Bay. It is the perfect setting for an idyllic luncheon or evening experience.

The Black Marlin offers an extensive menu with the main emphasis on seafood, complimented by other choices of fine contemporary cuisine.  House specialities include Cape Rock lobster, Seafood platters, oysters and mussels. Through the many years of providing top quality fresh seafood and impeccable service to the locals and foreign tourists, this restaurant has become world-famous.

Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town is ideal for kids as immense boulders shelter the cove from currents and large waves – but please always take care. It is a rare pleasure to swim with the penguins but don’t touch or feed them. They might look cute and cuddly but their beaks are as sharp as razors and if they feel threatened they have no qualms about nipping the odd finger or nose.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 4: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel, followed by a Tour of Robben Island, this tour includes a Boat trip to Robben Island as well as a guided tour with lots of interesting facts regarding the island, in the afternoon they will be having a Light Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity in Cape Town City.

After lunch the clients will be transferred to the Hotel as they need to be back 3hours prior to sunset for Shabbat. Shabbat Dinner and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher), will be in the Pepper club Hotel Restaurant.

Activities

Robben Island
Robben Island Ferry
Robben Island Prison
Robben Island Lime Quarry

Robben Island

An icon of struggle, freedom and hope made famous by Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment here.

Robben Island Ferry

This is where the ferry for Robben Island leaves from.  The ticket office also has a little museum and a curio shop.

Robben Island Prison

This notorious prison is located on an island seven kilometres off the coast of Cape Town in Table Bay. It is where Africa’s political prisoners were kept during the colonial and Apartheid years of South Africa.

Robben Island Lime Quarry

The Robben Island tour includes a look at the limestone quarry, where the prisoners were forced to do manual labour for many years. This is one of the most moving parts of the tour.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 5: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will enjoy Coffee and Cookies in the morning, followed by a Walking Tour of Cape Town and a visit to Gardens Shul.  In the afternoon they will go back to the hotel for Shalosh Seudot Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher), spend the afternoon free and enjoy Melave Malka Dinner and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher).

Activities

Cape Town City

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 6: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel, followed by a Tour of Hermanus were they will visit the  Hermanus Jewish Synagogue and do a Hermanus Boat Cruise.

In the afternoon they will be having Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher) In Hermanus.

After lunch the clients will be transferred to the Pepper club Hotel for Dinner and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher) and overnight.

Activities

Hermanus
Hermanus Whale Walk
Hermanus Boat Based Whale Watching

Hermanus

Situated just 140kms from Cape Town and built between the beautiful shores and cliffs of Walker Bay, Hermanus has grown from a small seaside resort town to become possibly the best-known place for whale watching in the world. This town is also famed for its natural scenic beauty, long stretches of pristine beaches and excellent variety of restaurants, cafes and bars. Today, Hermanus is more than just a popular holiday destination and offers visitors all kinds of activities, both energetic and relaxing. Visitors can explore the Old Harbour Museum, which is comprised of the charming fisherman’s village, the old harbour, and the Whale House Museum; hike through the nearby Fernkloof Nature Reserve, and sample an array of top-quality wine along the famed Hermanus Wine Route.

Hermanus Whale Walk

Hermanus offers some of the best shore-based whale watching in the world, with a seaside trail that runs for miles along the coastal cliffs. The land drops off sharply into a deep bay below where whales come to cruise of play, sometimes as little as 20 metres away from the shore. To ensure that visitors are kept in the know, a designated ‘whale crier’ patrols the trail, sounding his kelp horn when he spots these majestic ocean mammals.

Hermanus Boat Based Whale Watching

Between June and November each year, Southern Right whales, along with less common Bryde’s and Humpback whales, grace the Cape coast with their presence, coming to breed and nurse their young in sheltered bays. The popular holiday destination of Hermanus has long been famous for its shore-based whale watching but in recent years, the scope has widened to include boat-based viewing at several spots around Walker Bay. Visitors can now take boat trips from Hermanus, as well as Gansbaai and Kleinbaai.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 7: PEPPERCLUB HOTEL & SPA, CAPE TOWN

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel, followed by a Tour of Cape Town Wine lands were they will do 3 different wine tastings a Wine Tasting & Cellar Tour at Kleine Draken (Kosher Wine Farm),  Wine & Cheese Paring at Backsberg (Kosher Wine Farm) followed by  Lunch and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher) in the afternoon will Travel to Stellenbosch where they will end the day at Neethlingshof Wine Farm ( Non-Kosher) with a  Wine & Chocolate truffle Tasting.  When they have completed the Wine Tasting they will be transferred to the Pepper club Hotel for Dinner and Drinks including Gratuity (Kosher and Non-Kosher) and overnight.

Activities

Cape Wine lands
Kleine Draken Kosher Wines
Backsberg Wine Tasting
Backs berg Restaurant
Neethlingshof (1692)
Neethlingshof Wine Estate Cellar Door

Cape Wine lands

A mere one hour’s drive from Cape Town lie the valleys and mountains which have become synonymous with some of the world’s finest wines. Spectacular mountain scenery, fine hotels and guest houses, 300 years of wine making history and many of the country’s top restaurants combine to make the Cape Wine lands into a much desired destination. This is the centre of South Africa’s award winning wine industry and places of interest include Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and numerous award winning wine estates.

Kleine Draken Kosher Wines

Zandwijk Wines (Pty) Ltd, producer of the Kleine Draken range of kosher wines and grape juice, has just released three new wines, one being the first South African kosher sparkling wine to be released on the market. Kleine Draken is the only estate vineyard and winery in South Africa dedicated exclusively to Kosher and Mevushal wines.

Neethlingshof (1692)

This Stellenbosch wine farm has a distinguished history that dates back to 1705, when the first grapes were harvested from Neetlingshof vines.  Over the years, eight discernable terroirs have been identified on the estate, each of these has been planted with the grape varietal most suited to it, ensuring optimal growing conditions and ultimately, magnificent wines. The Lord Neethling restaurant is housed in the estate’s 200-year-old Cape Dutch homestead and serves classic Continental cuisine. Open for tastings Monday to Friday 0900hrs to 1700hrs; Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays 1000hrs to 1600hrs. The estate closes 2hrs later in the summer months.

Neethlingshof Wine Estate Cellar Door

The Neethlingshof Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, South Africa offers visitors the relaxing space to enjoy “A Flash Food, Slow Wine pairing”. One can spend an idyllic and sensory afternoon in a modern and stylish high functioning lay out savouring the tastes of finely crafted wines paired with delectable bite sized portions of food.

Basis

Bed and Breakfast

DAY 8: END OF ITINERARY

Day Itinerary

Guests will have breakfast at in the Pepper club Hotel; followed by the check out process and a transfer back to Cape Town International Airport for their departure flight.

Transfers

Date Pick Up Drop Off Time Vehicle
Day 8 Pepper club Hotel & Spa Cape Town International Airport [CPT]   Transfer

Basis

Breakfast

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