The Non-drinker’s guide to Franschhoek Cape Town

Franschoek Vineyards

This non-drinker’s guide to Franschhoek Cape Town makes it possible for people who don’t consume alcohol to experience and enjoy the beauty, culture and history of the Cape Winelands.

Franschhoek is one of the most popular towns in South Africa and is considered the epicenter of the Cape Winelands. Franschhoek is a short drive from Paarl, Stellenbosch and Wellington and has a rich history and culture.

The name Franschhoek is Dutch for ‘French Corner’ and reflects the town’s history as a settlement by French Huguenots in 1868, after they fled persecution in France for their Protestant religious beliefs. In the decades since then the town has retained it’s French character and has only recently become more accepting of worshippers of other faiths. The first mosque in Franschhoek was inaugurated in March 2019 and is open every day from Fajr to Ishaa prayers.

Franschhoek restaurants are world renowned and the town has become the culinary capital of the country with award winning restaurants and farm to table establishments. There are galleries, museums and monuments with the Huguenot Monument being one of the town’s primary jewels and treasures.

If you would prefer a guided tour of Franschhoek then please visit our Cape Town Food Tours website to be notified when we launch our Franschhoek tours later this year. For those who would prefer to stay in Cape Town, why not try a Cape Peninsula Tour from Cape Town?

When is the best time to visit Franschhoek

The peak tourist season is in Spring and Summer from September to February when the weather is warm and the days are long. Even during the height of summer the streets are not flooded with tourists and you will have a lovely experience. The prices of Franschhoek accommodation is exceptionally high during the peak season and you are advised to book way in advance for summer.

We have stayed in Franschhoek during the summer season as well as during winter (June) and found them equally appealing. It does rain in winter and this may limit outdoor activities on occasion.

How to reach Franschhoek from Cape Town

Franschhoek is about an hour’s drive out of Cape Town, with the route being straightforward and fairly easy to follow. It is an excellent destination for a quick and relaxing staycation or day trip from Cape Town.

There are numerous options to travel from Cape Town to Franschhoek including renting a vehicle in the city and self-driving to Franschhoek; using a private driver, Uber or Taxify . The town is also accessible by train via Paarl and you will then to take an Uber or taxi from the train station to Franschhoek.

When travelling to Franschhoek we usually have our own means of transport and it is quite a beautiful and a very scenic drive. There is of course more than one route in getting there if you choose the self-drive option with a distance of between 88-102 km, depending on the route.

  • From the Cape Flats the quickest route is via the N2, turning off onto the R300, and lastly, turning off onto the N1 which is basically the main road which takes you to the Franschhoek exit.
  • From the City Center the quickest route is via the N1 toward Paarl, turning onto the R3o1 andR45.
  • The alternate route is to go through Stellenbosch via the Helshoogte Pass through the Kylesmore, Johannesdal and Pniel villages.

The actual transport options in Franschhoek village includes Uber, shuttle services, public minibus taxis and busses. There is also a Tuk Tuk service that operates trips between the wine farms and also provides pick up and drop off services to the restaurants in the town.

For those who are interested in wine tasting there is a Franschhoek wine tram and also a wine bus that takes visitors on various routes to the wine farms for a tasting. The Franschhoek wine tram is visible in the town every day and it is quite popular among wine lovers.

Franschhoek Accommodation

There is no doubt that Franschhoek is a luxury holiday destination and Franschhoek accommodation is sought after during peak season. The accommodation in Franschhoek is some of the best South Africa has to offer and even the simplest type of accommodation offers quality service and amenities.

There are occasionally Franschhoek accommodation specials available online and more affordable options that one can fit into a holiday budget.

Most of the accommodation is located along the main town road within close proximity to the shops or on wine farms. Since 2015, when I began to travel to Franschhoek, I have stayed at two places. The very first place was Val d’Or Estate (where we returned to on numerous occasions for bed and breakfast and self-catering) and the second was an apartment in La Petite Provence Estate.

Val D’Or Estate and Guest house – Hotel and Serviced self-catering units

Of course, Val d’Or has stolen my heart from day one and this is always my first choice when choosing accommodation in Franschhoek. Check rates and availability.

  • It is not only reasonably priced, but they are also very reliable where reservation and service is concerned.
  • It is customer focused and staff are always extremely friendly and helpful during our stay.
  • They have guest rooms as well as different sized self-catering apartments. All have the option of having breakfast in the dining room at an additional cost per person.
  • The warm hospitality is simply worth a thousand times the money spent.

La Petite Provence – Self-catering units

After getting to know the town we felt like trying something new, hence choosing a different place of accommodation. This time, we put an apartment at La Petite Provence Estate to the test. The experience at La Petite Provence Estate was pleasant, but did not compare to the experience at Val d’Or.

  • The apartment, 16 Shiraz, at La Petite Provence was almost similarly equipped to Val d’Or.
  • However, it was located on a vineyard with fruit bearing vines outside our door step, which made for a beautiful view from all angles.
  • The difference between the two places is that Val d’Or is very concerned with their guests’ well-being and the owners reside on the farm as well. At La Petite Provence there was no onsite staff as it is a self-catering apartment. The first time we saw anyone was on the day we left when the cleaners came at the time of check out.

Franschhoek bed and breakfast accommodation

Franschhoek hotels and guesthouses

Franschhoek wine farms and farm stays

Franschhoek self-catering accommodation

Self-catering accommodation allows more flexibility and one can cut expenses by bringing your own food, or buying it within the town. We usually do our grocery shopping at the Pick ’n Pay in the town where one can find everything that is required to prepare meals at home.

Franschhoek Restaurants

Where cuisine is concerned, Franschhoek has many renowned restaurants such as Foliage Franschhoek, Le Bon Vivant, Haute Cabrière Cellar Restaurant and Babel at Babylonstoren.

When visiting Franschhoek we usually make our own meals due to the absence of halaal restaurants or cafes. My experience of the cuisine in Franschhoek is limited merely because I cannot indulge in much of the food that is served. A few of the restaurants do have vegetarian options including Foliage, Babel, Le Petite Ferme and the Col’Cacchio casual Italian style restaurant. Our favorites are Foliage and Col’cacchio.


We have been to Foliage once while on vacation during summer.

  • Foliage specialises in fine dining using herbs and other ingredients foraged from the surrounding countryside and their dishes are very precisely styled and portions are small. You may feel hungry after a three course meal.
  • We requested before-hand that all meals exclude alcohol and pork.
  • However, they still managed to serve one dish that included a pork garnish and that was not mentioned on the menu at the time.

Essence Restaurant & Coffee bar

We had breakfast at the Essence Restaurant one morning and that was absolutely fabulous.

  • They serve breakfast waffles with smoked salmon, brie and candied figs as well as croissants with scrambled eggs and smoked salmon.
  • The staff are friendly and efficient, and the food, even down to the cappuccino was delicious.
  • I would recommend Essence Restaurant as a good place for a quick and affordable breakfast in Franschhoek.


This is our ‘Go to” restaurant when we are just simply too lazy to prepare food ourselves. It is also a lovely place for an alfresco quick bite and an evening out as they serve crispy seafood and vegetarian pizzas, pastas and breads. They even have low carb options.

Things to do in Franschhoek and surrounds

Franschhoek wine farms are some of the most popular on the wine routes of the Cape Winelands. The area has become quite celebrated in recent years due to the outstanding natural beauty, tourism potential and harvest festivals and events that occur ever so frequently. For visitors who want to try the wines in the area the Franschhoek Wine Tram offers a curated experience that includes 3 wine tastings, a wine lecture and lunch.

There are so many other activities in Franschhoek that unfortunately are overlooked as many of the tour operators focus solely on the wine farms experience and wine tastings.

When one goes on vacation, there are always a few moments and places that are imprinted in your memory, and that you will take with you when you have departed. This is the gift which is given by the destination to you. There are many things which make up these memories.

These were my favorite things do do when visiting Franschhoek:

The Huguenot Memorial Monument

The Huguenot Memorial is one of the main attractions in Franschhoek and is a beautiful monument located right at the end of the main road of the town.

  • There is a huge garden surrounding the monument, and also a museum on the grounds of the Huguenot monument. The museum is fairly small and to the point.
  • Those who are interested in the history of Franschhoek and more importantly, the history and background of the monument will enjoy visiting the museum as there is an abundance of information available on the history of the town.
  • There is another museum situated right opposite the monument which is relatively the same size as the other. However, this museum goes deeper into the history of the town in ancient times.
  • Viewing the pieces in the museum was truly interesting and the video that played was very informative as well.


  • There are various boutiques and tiny shops where one can shopping for clothes, souvenirs and even reclaimed oak wood products etc in the main part of Franschhoek Village.
  • We took a drive out to Stellenbosch one day and it was totally worth it as there are more shops to choose from and it is also less costly. However if we have to choose between Franschhoek or Stellenbosch as a vacation destination, Franschhoek will always be our first choice.
  • The Franschhoek Village market operates at 29 Huguenot Road on Saturdays, weather permitting, from 10am to 3pm. Entry is free and there is parking available.

Franschhoek chocolate tasting

  • De Villiers Chocolate Café in Franschhoek is located in Heritage Square on Huguenot Road and they also have a branch in The Spice Route.
  • They have a wide variety of chocolates for tasting and sale as well as ice cream tastings.

Olive tasting

A number of the Franschhoek wine farms also have olive and olive oil tastings along side the wine tastings. There are however farms that specialise in olive growing like Goodings Groves.

Fairview Farm – Paarl

One of the best experiences I have had when visiting Franschhoek was when we decided to go on somewhat of an adventure. We woke up one Saturday morning and decided to go on a long drive with only a Franschhoek tourist brochure and map for guidance. We eventually ended up at Fairview Farm.

It was in early January and the festive season vibe hadn’t died out just yet. We arrived at Fairview Farm at noon and took a stroll through the visitors’ area of the farm.

  • The farm is outstandingly beautiful with facilities to view the goats that assist in producing the many different cheeses and other dairy products that are for sale in their Fairview Deli.
  • The atmosphere was vibrant and alive at the farm as it was packed, being the middle of high season at the time.
  • We went into the Tasting Room where the were cheese and wine tastings taking place for all those who wished to joined in. We do not indulge in non-halaal products or drinks and the friendly staff offered a non-alcoholic grape beverage in place of the wine, which complimented the cheese excellently.
  • We ended up purchasing a few bottles of various blends of the juice that was served to us with the cheese, as well as different cheeses, jams and preserves from the deli.
  • There is a huge restaurant called the Goat Shed where they serve many local dishes and treats. There are no Halaal meat dishes to enjoy although we did have pumpkin soup, Chef’s cheese platters and Cured fish platters on a subsequent visit. On request, they replaced the terrine that contained pork from the Chef’s cheese platter with salads for us.
  • I was lucky enough to visit Fairview during both winter and summer so now I do have an idea of what it is like during low and high season.

Drakenstein Lion Park – Paarl

After the cheese tasting and doing a little exploring on the Fairview farm, we decided to hit the road which took us to the Drakenstein Lion Park, a sanctuary for lions who suffered abuse and persecution in captivity. I must admit, I am a huge nature enthusiast, especially animals and this just made my entire trip bliss! Unfortunately we did not have time to visit Chimp Haven next door.

  • The sanctuary is approximately 50 acres of pure lion habitat and is located approximately 35 km out of Franschhoek, which makes a 30-35 minute drive out of the town.
  • The sanctuary has a variety of animals such as black swans, wild cats and Bengal tigers other than the lions that are conserved there.
  • It was such a surreal experience to see lions for the first time and to have the lifestyle and rescue of these lions broken down for me piece by piece.
  • It was an exciting experience due to the fact that the staff at the sanctuary are so dedicated and committed to the well-being of these animals and this was beautiful to see.
  • The sanctuary accepts volunteers and it is possible for members of the public to Adopt a Lion for ZAR 1000 per year. The money contributes to the food and welfare costs of maintaining the lions.

Spice Route – Paarl

The Spice Route was one of my recent discoveries and is a stone’s throw from the Fairview Farm. Fairview and The Spice Route are both great places to visit in the warm summer months when the tourist season is at its peak, in order to have the full experience. During Winter it is a bit deserted and bleak.

Spice Route is located on the same road and adjacent to Fairview Farm. It is a collection of artisanal producers including a chocolate maker, glassblower and deli as well as a distillery, brewery and wine shop. Their products are authentic South African and traditionally made by the local community.

The location against the foothills of the Paarl Mountains provides an exceptional view of the valley below.

  • My first visit to the Spice Route was during June and at the very height of winter when it seemed very quiet. The location and appearance was breathtaking, however, I cannot say the same for the availability. There may be more activity during Spring and Summer when there are more tourists. There are multiple activities and restaurants but very few appeared to be open at the time of our visit and we did not see many people around.
  • Whilst strolling back to the car we noticed the tiny DV chocolate café that offered chocolate and ice cream tastings.
  • The DV Cafe is a coffee roastery and they also have a selection home made ice creams. Being in the heart of winter none of us were very keen to have an ice-cream tasting, but it is tradition for us to try at least one item at each place we visit. This is just how it has been ever since I can remember, and so we made our way into the café.
  • For the ice-cream tasting, they present you with about 5 small portions of different ice-cream flavours. I was not very excited to try the ice-cream until I had my first scoop. The ice-cream was the very best I have ever tasted. Home-made ice-cream was never one my favourites but after having tasted this I realized that just like all other foods, it is how it’s prepared that determines the end result. I distinctively remember my favourite out of the 5 was one called “chocolate brownie”, if I’m not mistaken.
  • The café had a display of different coffees for sale and it was the coffee smell that initially drew us to the café. We did not have coffee at the café but we purchased a few bags of coffee beans before leaving.
  • The Spice Route has many other artisanal producers that we did not visit as our excursions ran a bit late on this day. Essentially this was a very short visit that merely scratched the surface of this gourmet food destination and we do plan on returning during the summer.

Spice Route Paarl

Hillcrest Berry Orchards

Hillcrest Berry Orchards was a pit-stop on its own. We ended up here purely by accident one afternoon as we drove back to Franschhoek from Stellenbosch. Trust Razena to have the desire to experience absolutely everything that catches her eye on a vacation.

We stopped at Hillcrest for refreshments after an entire day of retail therapy in Stellenbosch. By the time we reached the Hillcrest Berry Orchards cafe we were very hot and bothered and in need of a tiny refreshment stop. For us, this was just another excuse to sit down and have tea and purchase a truck load of handmade farm products, jams and preserves.

  • The farm itself and its surroundings are absolutely stunning. The café is situated uphill, just below the berry orchards resulting in a breath taking view from the café’s balcony.
  • We had some tea and scones with whipped cream and home-made jam. I enjoyed absolutely everything here and having the staff to be so welcoming just made the experience all the more pleasant.
  • After our tea we took a walk through the farm store and purchased a few products. It is also one of our traditions to purchase farm products when on vacation as we do have a love for baking, preparing food and developing recipes.
  • The original farm products always allow for a better and less formulated end result. The main product sold here is the berry jams that are produced and manufactured on the farm.
  • This is also a beautiful venue for taking photos as it is situated on the mountain slopes which are covered in orchards and trees.


There are no halaal eateries so self-catering accommodation is the best option for Muslim travellers who wish to stay in the town. A mosque is now open in the town for Muslim worshippers, and offers congregational Friday prayers.

I would definitely recommend Franschhoek as a vacation destination to all those who seek a quiet and relaxing holiday. This is a destination where one can unwind, and also appreciate the breathtaking beauty of nature, fine art and history.

Franschhoek is definitely a good option for the elderly who seek peace and quiet as the town itself gives a sense of serenity and bliss. However, it is also a place where one can do some adventuring due to the proximity of surrounding towns such as Paarl and Stellenbosch. Those are also excellent holiday destinations for travellers who want to do the most exploring as possible and not be bound to one place.

Each time I have visited Franschhoek I have always had a pleasant experience as locals are very friendly and open to tourists. As travellers we know that this is not the case in every place we visit, making Franschhoek top of the list. If any problems are experienced, locals are very willing to assist and direct where possible.


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  • Reply
    August 22, 2019 at 12:36 pm

    I love that your post is for everyone, it’s very detailed and looks like there is plenty to do! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Reply
    Tania Muthusamy
    August 22, 2019 at 8:45 am

    A delightful article. I would love to stay at Val D’Or Estate and Guest house, it really looks lovely. So many great places to visit. The Spice Route sounds interesting too.

  • Reply
    August 22, 2019 at 6:47 am

    I’m dying to go to South Africa and especially Franschoek! I do like wine but probably wouldn’t want to do a whole trip dedicated to it, so this guide is great!

    • Reply
      Razena Schroeder
      August 22, 2019 at 8:08 am

      Then an outing on the Franschhoek wine tram would be perfect for you as it includes 3 tastings at different wine estates.

  • Reply
    August 21, 2019 at 10:29 pm

    Great tips! My husband likes to enjoy a drink, but I’m not able to due to a health condition. I love coming across posts like this! Franschhoek looks amazing. I’ve wanted to visit Cape Town for awhile, so I am saving this for when we get to go!

    • Reply
      Razena Schroeder
      August 22, 2019 at 8:03 am

      It’s a beautiful part of the Cape Winelands and should not be missed because there is so much rich culture and heritage too.

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    Agness of eTramping
    August 15, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    Cape Town is an exceptional travel destination and Franschoek seems like a must visit there. Thanks for the excellent post which is quite a rare perspective to read! 😉

  • Reply
    Elizabeth O
    August 6, 2018 at 5:29 pm

    It is so great to see a post like this for those of us who do not drink! This was a lovely insight to Cape Town and how to enjoy it drink free.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 4:27 pm

      Thank you Elizabeth. Most definitely! I have only touched on some of the places I have visited but there are so much more to explore and enjoy.

  • Reply
    August 6, 2018 at 6:38 am

    I love wine regions and if I ever get to South Africa I’ll be anxious to visit Franschhoek.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 4:34 pm

      You will definitely not be disappointed. I hope you find your way to South Africa some time soon!

  • Reply
    Aseky Bonnaire
    August 6, 2018 at 5:13 am

    Cape Town is on the top of my bucket list!’ It’s just stunning down there. Thank you for sharing all this info, you made me want to go even more.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 4:38 pm

      You are most welcome. I hope you have an awesome time exploring Cape Town when you do manage to visit the city one day.

  • Reply
    August 5, 2018 at 1:11 pm

    This is a really great guide and very useful info. Keep up the good work!

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 4:41 pm

      Thanks so much! I’m glad you enjoyed the article and found some useful information. Much appreciated.

  • Reply
    August 5, 2018 at 11:36 am

    I always try to do my research before visiting new places. It helps having you walk me through what to see and do while visiting. I love history so I know I’d really enjoy exploring here.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 4:49 pm

      I totally agree! Doing proper research is always good as it gives you a better idea of what to expect. I’m glad you found the article useful. Thanks a bunch.

  • Reply
    Reese Woods
    August 5, 2018 at 7:57 am

    Wow, this is such a thorough list! I love that you have found a way to highlight how to enjoy such an amazing destination, no matter your lifestyle choice with alcohol!

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:01 pm

      I think each time you visit a destination you learn a little more. One of the reasons I enjoy Franschhoek so much is because every visit is 10 times better than the last. South Africa has many wonderful destinations but of course, every individual will differ but for me, Franschhoek will remain on top of the list.

  • Reply
    August 5, 2018 at 1:58 am

    Fab post! I’m not a big drinker so this would definitely help me out 🙂 x

  • Reply
    August 4, 2018 at 11:29 pm

    This is a wonderfully written very informative and helpful article. I always look for guidance and tips on travel blogs before visiting any new place and I’m bookmarking this for future reference. Thanks

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:11 pm

      You welcome! I hope you and your family enjoy Franschhoek. The weather is quite cold during the winter months so I suggest traveling during the summer. It is simply stunning!

  • Reply
    Sara Welch
    August 4, 2018 at 10:25 pm

    Now this is my kind of guide! My family and I have talked about taking a trip there.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:19 pm

      Lovely! The Drakenstein Lion Park, The Spice Route and Fairview Farm are great for family day trips. My family and I thoroughly enjoyed these places. I wish you and your family a awesome trip.

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    Sue Davies
    August 4, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    Great info. I went to Franschoek but only for a day. I missed the Hugeunot Museum, Drakestein, Spice Route. Guess I have to go back.We went for the vineyards and missed everything else! Thanks for this post and reminding about all the other things in life.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:24 pm

      It is only a pleasure. I’m glad I could change your mind. I hope the next trip is better than the previous. Enjoy! Many thanks.

  • Reply
    August 4, 2018 at 6:06 pm

    Lovely blogpost! Franschoek is a beautiful town – my grandparents used to live there. Thanks for sharing.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:28 pm

      Such a lovely little town with such pleasant people to be around. Your grandparents were so lucky!

  • Reply
    Carol M.
    August 4, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    I’ve read and heard a lot of great travel stories of people who have been to Cape Town, your post is definitely hopeful for travelers planning to visit the place. Thanks for sharing!

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:31 pm

      I’m pleased to hear all the great things you’ve heard about Cape Town. I sure do hope so and it is my pleasure.

  • Reply
    August 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    What an absolutely gorgeous destination vacation. I’d love to visit Cape Town and the surrounding areas one day. This area looks like the perfect place to stay.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:38 pm

      South Africa is well- known for its natural beauty as many other destinations. I hope you follow through with your traveling plans. When traveling to Franschhoek we always stay at Val D’Or Estate and my experience there has been nothing but fabulous however, there are many other places which are also very good options. Goodluck!

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    August 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Franschoek is such a beautiful wine region! Would love to try the cheese tasting there – did not know it was offered there.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:43 pm

      The cheese tasting was one of my favorites. Some of the best cheese I’ve tasted actually. I am not a lover of cheese though but these were quite good. Each time we visit Franschhoek we purchase different cheese and we are never disappointed. it is simply delicious.

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    August 4, 2018 at 4:39 am

    WOW! I never knew there was so much to know about cape town. Thank you for the details.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 5:47 pm

      Haha, this is merely a taste of everything that Cape Town has to offer. There is so much more to learn and explore about the city and its surroundings. Even though I am originally from Cape Town and reside here, I too am learning as I go around.

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    August 4, 2018 at 4:11 am

    Very cool post, seems like you went to some great places in cape town, I like how you showed the non drinkers places to visit!

    ~xo Sheree

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 6:23 pm

      Thank you!! It just seems like the non-drinkers are always having to look a little harder for activities to do when on vacation so I thought I’d give a bit of insight on my experiences while on vacation. There are always people looking for advice and doing research when deciding on a destination and since I’m a traveler myself I know it will be useful.

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    Annemarie LeBlanc
    August 3, 2018 at 3:18 am

    Thanks for the virtual tour of Cape Town. I would love to visit Cape Town and it is on our travel bucket list. We are venturing out into major Asian destinations this year and hopefully next year, we’ll be doing South Africa.

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 6:28 pm

      You welcome! I haven’t been to Asia as yet but I can assure you South Africa is going to be awesome. I sure hope this information will help you out during your stay in South Africa. Enjoy your trip to Asia!!! Safe travels.

  • Reply
    Ann Snook
    August 2, 2018 at 10:22 pm

    Wow, who would have known there was so much more to do than just go wine tasting? The Lion Park would be amazing to see!

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 6:33 pm

      The Lion Park was my favorite. I enjoyed absolutely everything about the sanctuary and especially how well everything is explained to you. Each lion has some kind of story. It is very informative and completely worth the drive. I’m sure you will enjoy it as well.

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    Sigrid Says
    August 2, 2018 at 6:47 pm

    Oh this is a nice guide! But no thanks, I will be on a drinking spree in Cape Town! Weeee hahahah I wouldn’t miss the opportunity. 😀

  • Reply
    Nidhi Fouzdar
    August 2, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    That was a good insight to visit cape town. Food options looks interesting to explore

    • Reply
      Simone Claudia Fortuin
      August 15, 2018 at 6:39 pm

      I did not go into much detail about the food in this article but the food in Cape Town is definitely worth trying. Traditional dishes are especially good and best of all is that the city caters for everyone so no need to worry about finding something that you like. There is a truck load of variety where cuisine is concerned.

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