Worcester was founded in 1822. The town today is mainly the service centre for the surrounding wine and fruit growing areas in the Breede River Valley. Attractions: The Old Drostdy Building, Kleinplasie Living Open Air Museum, KWV Brandy Cellar, Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden

Franschhoek mixes its magical ingredients to create a truly unforgettable experience. The Franschhoek Valley offers settings perfect for energetic hiking, walking, cycling, horse-riding, fly fishing and golf. There is even something for those looking for more of a ‘kick’. Adrenaline junkies are welcome to paraglide to the perfect aerial view of the village.


Paarl: The scenic beauty of the Paarl Valley compels visitors to get into the car and drive along the many scenic routes in the valley. Visit the Afrikaans Language Monument. Erected 1975, it is the only language monument in the world. See the oldest church building in SA still in use (built in 1805), the Strooidak Church. Immerse yourself in a variety of hand-made gifts and local products at the various art & gift shops. Experience the magical views from the 50 million years old granite boulders at Paarl Mountain Nature Reserve. Picnic spots and walking trails are available. Play a round of golf at Boschenmeer Golf and Country Estate, one of the finest golf estates in the country.

Stellenbosch: The heart of South Africa's wine industry, Stellenbosch is a place of great beauty and culture that's steeped in South African tradition. The Stellenbosch Wine Route is arguably the country's most famous, and the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin area includes 106 cellars - most of which are open to the public. Enjoy a long day's wine tasting, and wine buying and you'll sip more than our great South African wines - you'll taste our South African way of life.

For more information on the tours / packages and rates please contact:
Gintaras Ulevicius
Email: gintaras@capeniche.com
Tel: +27 21 554 3604 | Mobile: +27 83 611 3497