Half Day City or Winelands Tour to Constantia or Durbanville


HALF DAY – DEPART: 09H00 | RETURN: 14H00 or DEPART: 13H00 | RETURN: 18H00
The beauty of Cape Town, aside from it’s spectacular views. mild weather and coastal location, is the proximity of
multiple world renowned landmarks and wineries to the city. On a half day private guided tour, choose from Cape
Town city, Constantia or Durbanville wine regions in either the morning or the afternoon. Our team of insider experts
will curate an itinerary customized especially for you.


● Curated itinerary built around your own palate preferences
● Cape Town City: Return trip up Table Mountain Cable Car, walking tour of the Cape Malay area in the
famous Bo-Kaap, Visit to Camps Bay Beach
● Winelands: Visit 3 wine premium wine estates in either Constantia or Durbanville wine region


Pickup and drop-off from your accommodation in and around Cape Town, private driverguide, 3 wine tastings
OR return cable car tickets
RATE EXCLUDES: Lunch and gratuity

Contact us for more information or Email: anthony@ambienz.co.za

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About Anthony Smith

With many years of experience in Real Estate, The Hospitality Industry and as an investor the Director of AMBIENZ BESPOKE CONCIERGE is someone with a true understanding of the different lifestyles any client is needing. He will provide a fresh approach by identifying the right lifestyle to meet every clients needs, with added value through his partnerships with everything from bonds to boats, chauffeurs, private chefs, event planning, and networking with other company’s worldwide – everything you may need to guarantee a unique lifestyle in the Cape. He works on a one-on-one basis with his clients to give a clear point-of-view and clear communication, making sure you live the perfect lifestyle when in Cape Town.

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