Gourmet Foodie Safaris

Master Class Food Tastings & Wine Pairings

Cape Dutch building

The Cape Winelands dramatic mountain settings, classic Cape-Dutch homesteads, rich heritage and world-class restaurants have earned it the right to call itself South Africa’s culinary capital.

A unique way to enhance your safari – imagine a master class tasting and elegant wine pairings enhanced by breathtaking vista’s and world renowned chefs’ tables…. on safari!

The Cape Winelands of South Africa, stretching roughly 150 kilometres north and east from Cape Town, have been growing grapes and making wine since soon after the Dutch East India Company planted its flag at the foot of Table Mountain in 1652.

Franschhoek or ‘the French corner’ is a significant culinary hub and the gastronomic centre of South Africa, with an unusually high density of top restaurants – including the famous Tasting Room and Reuben’s – on its main street it is home to eight of the top 50 restaurants in South Africa.

The village’s cafes and sidewalks are always bustling and are known to harbour celebrities and serious food critics.

Add a stunning mountain backdrop, galleries and antique shops and one gets a feel for the hospitality that characterises this small town.

Wine tasting, Cape Town

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