Helderberg Tour

Somerset West, Strand, Gordon’s Bay: Minimum 2 persons

Somerset West: This little town is at a 20 minute drive from CT International Airport and was named after the British governor Lord Charles Somerset who governed the Cape Colony around 1820. It is the entrance to the Cape wine lands offering some well-known, 300 year old wine estates like for example Vergelegen and Lourensford. The Helderberg Nature Reserve is worthwhile visiting for the nature lovers amongst us, if not, the little town offers some nice boutiques and picturesque coffee shops in the Bright Street area.

Strand: People have been coming here to fish and swim in the Ocean since 1714, it offers lovely views of the False Bay and a great opportunity for a lovely beach walk.

Gordon’s Bay: This little coastal town is right at the end of False Bay and has a cute little harbor. Bikini beach offers another safe opportunity to relax and get a tan. Steenbras dam shows us a nice scenic view of False Bay and is lovely to have a sundowner.

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