Are you looking for than a place to drink wine? Are you looking for an overall travel destination with various offerings such as family-friendly locations, outdoor activities and unique artisanal experiences?

South Africa, blessed with an abundance of scenic diversity and beauty, friendly people, and outstanding winemakers, promising an unbeatable wine tourism experience on its 21 wine routes running through provinces of the Western Cape,

Northern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.There are more than 550 wine farms open for tasting; over 150 of them have restaurants, and more than 300 host regular concerts or events. Besides this, it is possible to stay on just over 150 wine farms in anything from self-catering cottages to 5-Star hotels. On this site you can download the ultimate travel guide to the Cape Winelands, tour with us on a specially designed themed tour and book somewhere to stay – keep scrolling, click, download, book a truly unique South African Winelands experience.

Travel Guide


Download 284 pages of essential wine and travel information including clear colour maps and comprehensive wine farm opening times. The Wine Tourism Handbook gives you the full fat lowdown on how to enjoy the Cape Winelands in the glass, on the plate, around the table, in the bed and for the planet. Wine, food, fun, bed and a bit of world-saving too. What’s not to like?

But what is this thing called wine tourism? Well, you’ll find out more by downloading your free copy of our book right here.


Our tours are a little different: design around you and your particular peccadillos, they not just focus on wine (important), but also on food, history, art, architecture, cheese and chocolate (equally important). Check out our quirky top 10 special interest wine tours – wine snobs very welcome.


A chocoholic’s dream come true. Chocolate has come a long way in the last decade. Today choice is not only considerably wider, quality has also risen dramatically. Join our tour of some of the best artisan chocolate in South Africa, paired with some of its best wines, ports and sparkling wines at four farms of Read More

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Stellenbosch – South Africa’s second-oldest town and oldest wine route – has three hundred years of history to share through its characterful Village Museum and leafy streets. Franschhoek was where the winemaking French Huguenots settled in the 18th century and is equally steeped in history. Today they are probably the two top Cape wine and food Read More

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There are now an increasing number of iconic wine farms creating wines that compete powerfully in the global marketplace. Some are well-established, some newer to the field, but all are exceptional in their commitment to quality. Join us at traditional Meerlust and more modern Waterford and Ernie Els Wines for ultra-premium reds and top-class Chardonnay; Read More

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When food fanatics meet wine masters, glorious things happen. Pair up Neil Jewell’s estate-created charcuterie at Môreson wine farm; savoury salted artisanal delicacies at the Bergkelder with Fleur du Cap Why go on this tour? The freshest of artisanal food products paired with top-class wines from two of the most historic wine valleys in the Cape Read More

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Where to Stay

Our accommodation choices reflect the full gamut of options from swanky 5-Star hotels and luxurious boutique destinations to country-style bed and breakfasts and home-away-from-home self-catering options. You’ll find somewhere to lay your head that suits your mood and your pocket. Book now!

Klink Wine Tourism Awards

Klink is a public-voted, social media-driven customer service excellence awards programme for the South African wine industry. The Klink Awards entices wine lovers in via tempting bespoke prizes, encouraging them to vote with their fingers – and their feet – for the wineries that make them happiest: as simple, honest and transparent as that! Click through to our 2014 winners to see who won what across sixteen categories – from wine tasting to food to accommodation to festivals and events.