cape town tour

A new approach to a winelands tour

Many visitors to Cape Town go on at least one 'wine experience' during their visit: and why ever not? Not just the city but the entire province is literally bursting with wine in countless shapes and forms.  However, one winelands tour can feel very much like another, particularly if you're serious about wine and have been in such trips in other countries.

Enter Coffeebeans Routes, a company we've been working closely with for a while and their Biodynamic and Natural Wine Route. Very much in keeping with our ethos of sustainability to people and planet, this journey starts with the premis that most of us would prefer food that is organically or biodynamically produced as far as possible.  So why not take this logic into wine?

Very few vineyards worlwide (in fact less than 1% of them) are producing wine using organic farming techniques but luckily, we have a healthy dose of them here in the Cape.  So on this journey, you get to visit several local organic winemakers and viticulturalists as well as sample some of this excellent produce.

The private tour for two costs US$600 which includes all the transport, a gourmet lunch, three tastings and is lead by a professional sommelier.

Find out more at https://coffeebeansroutes.com/biodynamic-natural-wine-route/

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We’re an ethical private travel planning company focused on Southern Africa.

We offer ready-made and also customised holidays and journeys across this unique region of the world.

When our clients travel with us, they are assured that their travel spend is directly supporting local African companies that offer sustainable products and services, both in terms of people and planet.

Ethos

Our logo is an image of a skull found in the Rising Star Cave System in Gauteng, South Africa in 2013. It was named ‘homo naledi’, meaning ‘human of the stars’.

The cave system has so far given rise to the remains of over 15 individuals, making it the largest hominid fossil remains site ever discovered.

Travelling to Southern Africa is truly a return to the source of humankind, to Where It All Began.