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Cape Winelands Vintage Sidecar Adventure

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Travel in a chauffeur-driven World War II vintage sidecar to the best wine estates in the heart of the Cape Winelands

Do something different and visit Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands in a chauffeur-driven sidecar. Enjoy wine tastings and a cellar tour without having to worry about drinking and driving. Feel like king of the road as superb mountain ranges, lush vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads roll by. 

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From Cape Town you'll take a leisurely drive towards the historical town of Stellenbosch. After a pleasant stroll through the town centre, it's over the Helshoogte Mountain pass for a wine tasting at Tokara Wine Estate with its sweeping views across the valley.

After the tastings, load up your wine purchases in the sidecar and continue along the Helshoogte Pass to Boschendal Wine Estate for a cellar tour and wine tasting under the shady oak trees.

Then you'll continue to Franschhoek, which dates back to the 17th century when the French Huguenots arrived. Billed as the Gourmet Capital of South Africa, this charming town in a pretty valley has French flair to complement the artistry of its chefs and winemakers. Take some time to enjoy the culinary skills of the chefs at one of the many award-winning restaurants (not included in the cost).

After lunch you'll continue towards Paarl and Backsberg Wine Estate where you'll have time to enjoy a wine tasting, meander through the cellar and relax in the beautiful garden. Then it's back on the sidecar for a leisurely return to the city with Table Mountain bathed in afternoon sunlight.

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