May 21, 2019


//Hui !Gaeb Charter and Tours offers amazing tour packages

Wine Farm Tours

The western Cape has a rich heritage and history of wine making. Take a tour to Groot Constantia the oldest wine farm built in the 17th Century.

Visit the traditional Cape Winelands cellars around Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington and Franschhoek.

Breathtaking and scenic views in the world of lush green valleys, rugged mountains, azure seas and sky.

Wine tasting, food pairing(chocolate and biltong are the popular pairings) and get a chance to meet the winemakers and buy wine directly from the wine farm.

Game Farm Tours

Western Cape is home to over a thousand species. With a vast different on terrain, Western Cape is home to zebra, bontebok, wildebeest, eland, ostrich, blue wildebeest, springbok, African wild lions, elephants and grey rhebok

There are more than 15 game farms and sanctuaries to visit with stunning day tours or over night camping.

Whale Watching

Get a chance to be close to the southern right whales. The best places to spot whales are Cape Point, Boyes Drive between St James and Kalk Bay, and Clarence Drive between Gordon’s Bay and Rooi Els.

During the whale-watching season, you might even be lucky enough to spot them close up if you take the train trip from Muizenberg to Simon’s Town.

Cape Agulhus is another popular whale watching area. Up to 50 pairs of southern right cows and calves have been known to frolic in the ocean near the southernmost tip of Africa.

Cultural and Heritage Tours

Cape Town is where most of our known history began. After Stone Age Khoi settlers and San Bushmen, came the Dutch, the British and many others.The South African nation was born.

//Hui !Gaeb tours include the Cape Dutch history, Nelson Mandela history including Robben Island trip.  Rock art of the Khoi San the Cederberg is effectively an outdoor gallery of hundreds of rock art sites of the San people (bushmen) and West coast fossils.

Adventure Tours

Western Cape is the home for adrenaline junkies. There are so many activities to do from shark cage diving, tandem sky diving and paragliding.

Other activities for the family include zip-line, quad biking, horse riding at the beach or wine farms, hiking and river rafting.

Golf and Sports Tours

Western Cape has some of the top class courses in the country. There golf courses in Cape Town and the winelands up the west coast or over the mountain to Hermanus. 

The popular golf courses in Cape Town include the 18 hole Milnerton Golf Club, Atlantic Beach 18 hole, 72-par, coastal golf course, Metropolitan Golf Club and  Rondebosch Golf Club.

Playing golf in the winelands is an experience on its own. Most iconic clubs which have been awarded as top courses in South Africa include De Zalze, Arabella, Erinvale Golf club and Pearl Valley Golf club in Paarl

The Garden route offers amazing golf venues the popular courses include Simola Golf  and Pezula Championship Course in Knysna. Mossel Bay is home to Pinnacle Point Golf Club and Mossel Bay Golf Club. Kingswood Golf Estate, and Fancourt Country Club are the top golf clubs to visit in George. Lastly Plettenberg has two stunning courses which are Goose Valley Golf Club and Plettenberg Bay Country Club.

Garden Route Tours

The Garden Route provides a breathtaking 300 km coastline between, it is one of South Africa’s most popular holiday destinations.

The starting point of which is constantly contested. Visit beautiful towns like George, Wilderness, Sedgefield and Knysna on to Plettenberg Bay.

Tsitsikamma is a Khoisan word meaning, “place of much water” – a fairyland of giant trees, ferns and bird life. It is home to the highest bungy jump point in the world at the Bloukrans Bridge.

Oudtshoorn, is the “Capital of the Klein Karoo, the heart of the ostrich feather industry and ostrich riding.

The Cango Caves are among the top ten most visited South African attractions. The caves are a series of caverns and chambers naturally hewn out of limestone, situated outside the city of Oudtshoorn.