Theme Tours offers the following package scenic tours:
The visit starts at the District 6 museum in Cape Town portraying the
history of Apartheid's forced removal of masses of people. It then
continues through various other racially demarcated townships, the Cape
Flats, and Khayelitsha with an opportunity to interact with the
vibrant cultures that emerged in the townships amidst Apartheid's
Cape Town is surrounded by Historical Sites, our tailtor made tours
will let you discover the hidden treasures of our amazing heritage.
For example visit the Castle of Good Hope or Robben Island.
us on Africa's premier tour route to the romantic meeting place of the
Indian & Atlantic Oceans. Sir Francis Drake the explorer called
it "the fairest Cape that we saw in the circumference of the Globe".
early French Huguenot settlers brought their passion for farming with
them and many of the estates now carry their legacy with names such
as L'Ormarins, L'Avenir, La Provence and Mont Rochelle. The towns of
Franschhoek and Stellenbosch are at the centre of this fertile growing
area. Some world class produce have come out of the valleys and hills
of the Cape and attract buyers from all over the world.
This area starts from Cape Town and covers the scenic route up to George.
Guided Wild Flower Tours Cape West Coast South Africa - Langebaan lagoon
Club Mykonos Casino - West Coast National Park - Bloubergstrand
If you only have a day to spare whilst you are in Cape Town, experience
a safari in malaria free country side, only 2.5 hours from Cape Town.
Once you are there you will want to stay longer.
Whales are in abundance, but the Southern Right Whales, who arrive annually
to the same shoreline from Antarctica to mate and calve, provide us
with excellent viewing experiences. They are very slow moving and very
docile. Coming as close as 25 meters to the shore.
West Coast Spring Flowers
The West Coast of Cape Province is a dry arid area, but each year the
seeds of the wild flowers lying dormant through the winter come alive
with the brief spring rain fall to form a dazzling carpet of colour.
There are over 350 identified species, which bloom for a few weeks before
the heat of the sun turns them to seed once again. The indigenous flowers
known to the botanists as 'opportunists' have evolved to cope with these