Buffelsfontein Game & Nature Reserve: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Cape Town: Wildlife Safari, Olive, Beer & Wine Tasting

1. From Cape Town: Wildlife Safari, Olive, Beer & Wine Tasting

The tour departs at 07:30 AM from Cape Town’s V&A waterfront or your central city hotel and the route takes you past Blouberg where you will stop for a 5-minute photo opportunity of Table Mountain across Table Bay. The beautiful coastal road takes you past Melkbosstrand from where you'll follow the R27 to Buffelsfontein.  After a welcoming cup of tea or coffee you'll be transported in an open-top game viewing vehicle at 09:00 AM for a 3-hour long professionally-guided tour. After this mini safari leave these friendly people behind and go to the quaint village of Darling. First stop for an olive and wine tasting at Alexanderfontein farm. Next visit Darling Breweries for a taste of some of the craft beers in their range, while enjoying lunch at the same time. Darling Brew Tasteroom & Brewery offers an interactive and fascinating beer tasting experience in the tasting room and bar, which overlooks the working microbrewery.  After beers and lunch we make a quick stop at Darling Sweets to taste their homemade toffees before taking a short ride back to Cape Town via Bloubergstrand, where you can admire the most spectacular view over the ocean towards Table Mountain, after which you will be dropped off at your collection point.

Cape Town: Guided e-Bike Safari Tour

2. Cape Town: Guided e-Bike Safari Tour

Get up close and personal with South Africa's famous ostriches and other wild animals on a full-day safari tour, just a 1.5-hour drive from Cape Town. Enjoy some of the cape's most unique flora and fauna, beautiful landscapes, and wildlife, all in just one day. Although the West Coast National Park accommodates thousands of migrate species of birds, its main attraction during the springtime is its abundance of flowering landscapes. The West Coast National Park lies north of Cape Town close to Langebaan, and stretches over 36,259.8 hectares in size. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the R27 coastal road, and runs from the town of Yzerfontein in the south up to the Langebaan Lagoon. The early morning pickup from your hotel provides you with the chance to see all the beauty of Cape Town's landscapes in the beautiful colors of the morning light. Later, head to the world-famous Buffelsfontein Private Game Reserve, which offers one of the largest selections of wildlife over 1,600 hectares and is a family owned reserve. Expect to see buffalo, rhinoceros, giraffes, zebras, kudu, eland, oryx, blue wildebeest, mountain reedbuck, red hartebeest, and much more.

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4.7 / 5

based on 10 reviews

this was a wonderful tour! Ian, the driver, was very friendly! He will take you to all the beautiful places and tastings that you must have seen (and tasted). That was a lovely day for me! highly recommended.

Great tour...however, the safari is not a safari. If you don't expect anything from it, it's a great day. The olive tasting was really great and the wine tasting is great too!