Discover the Cape Winelands through these full-day cycling tours, with stops for wine tasting, distillery visit and gourmet lunch! All levels of fitness welcome.
- Full-day cycling tour through the Cape Winelands
- Wine tasting and lunch
- For all levels of fitness
Your City Pass allows you access to 1 of the two tours below:
Stellenbosch Vineyard Meander – Group Tour
Slow down and soak up the beauty of the winelands at a relaxed pedalling pace. During this six hour cycle tour, you will visit 3 wine estates and stop off for an a la carte lunch at one.
Stellenbosch Adventure Ride – Group Tour
Taking you along the picturesque backroads and neatly-lined vineyards of Stellenbosch, this action-packed 21km (13mi) winelands bicycle tour is well-suited to the young-at-heart and adventurous. Enjoy wine tastings at 3 boutique wineries along the way.
Included in both tours:
Fully Guided Tour – 1 guide per 10 guests
Mountain Bike and Helmet rental
Snack Pack (including bottled water, choc & peanuts/raisins)
All Wine tastings on route (3 estates visited)
Complimentary Transfer from the &Bikes Café in downtown Cape Town, to Stellenbosch and return. (Subject to availability)
Excluded in both tours:
Lunch – We will stop at an estate en route for lunch at clients own account
Additional wine purchases made on the day
Enjoy the finest vineyard experience available on two-wheels on this full-day winelands tour. Visit up to three of South Africa’s leading wineries, including a tasting of boutique wines, and even stop at an award-winning brandy distillery. Each tasting is accompanied by perfectly paired nibbles, ranging from olives to cheeses. Then, cycle to a five-star restaurant and hotel for a mouth-watering lunch overlooking the vineyards. This tour is perfectly suited for young-hearted and outdoor-loving people seeking a South African wine tour from a different point of view.
The Cape Winelands is a collection of historic towns and Dutch farmsteads that are known for producing top South African wines. Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Tulbagh, and Wellington form the backbone of the Cape Winelands, with grape cultivation that dates as far back as the 1600s. Interestingly, the wines do so well in this area as a result of the unique mountain soils. However, the influence of nearby oceans means offshore winds prevail in summer. As they say, “a vineyard that can see the sea, is a good vineyard.”
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Day
&Bikes Cafe and Boutique
Advice for visitors
This day tour is a 15km, moderate ride suitable for any level of fitness. The route is mostly flat, taking riders along oak-lined paths that follow next to picturesque rivers. Remember to bring comfortable shoes, sunblock and a camera. The tour includes a snack and bottled water en route, as well as all wine tastings and nibbles.
Did you know
Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Tulbagh, and Wellington make up the traditional Cape winelands. However, the area has today extended to include newer vineyards in and around the Cape Town area including Durbanville Hills, Constantia, Elgin and Darling. Those looking to experience a range of South African vintages have no shortage of options in this city!