The New 2-Day West Coast Way Tour takes you all around the Cape West Coast. With its rustic and untamed beauty, the West Coast of South Africa is an adventure lover’s paradise. EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY – EVERY WEEK! Hosting all sorts of activities like kayaking, quad biking, sand boarding, and more, you can do… Read more »
Get a taste of the West Coast with the West Coast Way Darling Wine & Beer Tour from the largest selection of local wines and best craft beers enjoyed with a variety of charcuterie, olives, traditional cakes, and homemade toffees in the rich biodiversity of the South African West Coast town of Darling. Book now!… Read more »
Every year once the winter rains have fallen, people flock to Namaqualand to marvel and experience a miracle of nature. Enjoy an experience of a lifetime with the Capey Tour 5 Day Namaqualand Spring Flower Tour.
Which Way Trips – Enjoy a fun filled day at Darling Cellars; grape stomping, music & wine. The air-conditioned shuttle with a Venter trailer will transport purchased wine, market stall goodies and memorabilia safely back home.
Book a Mamre Community Guided Walk and unique !Khwa ttu San Guided Nature Experience with West Coast Way – starting 25 minutes from Cape Town’s CBD!
Which Way Trips – The perfect itinerary for a Cape West Coast day filled with rich culture, interesting foods and high adventure.
Which Way Trips – Combine Wine and Hops for an unforgettable Cape West Coast experience on a air-conditioned shuttle from Cape Town & back.
Which Way Trips – Enjoy a fun filled day in Darling – with Wine, Arts, Beer & Food. As your designated driver we supply an air-conditioned shuttle + trailer to transport purchased wine and memorabilia safely back home.
Made for Capetonians. Local is lekker. Leaving the city lekkerder. Join us for a trek up the Cape West Coast! Catch a ride to the Cape West Coast for a day of rich culture and high adventure in air-conditioned shuttles to top events and attractions like !Khwa ttu, Groote Post, Darling Brew and Thali Thali…. Read more »