An out-of-the-ordinary Fine Arts Tour of Cape Town

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Where else in the world can you visit two of Africa's most important art museums, fly over the iconic Table Mountain, and lunch in the Constantia vineyards on the same day? Discover Cape Town our way ...‍

Your day starts at our world-renowned Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with a tour of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) in the landmark wheat silos that architect Thomas Heatherwick so cleverly reconfigured to create one of the world’s most interesting gallery interiors over nine floors.

Then lift-off for an exhilarating trip to Constantia, the Cape’s oldest wine route. After a lunch, we’ll tour the Norval Foundation, dedicated to the research and exhibition of 20th-and 21st-century visual art from South Africa and beyond, before walking the sculpture garden with its magnificent mountain views.

Our return helicopter transfer takes you around spectacular Cape Point with its rugged cliffs and then on to Chapman’s Peak and over the pristine Cape Town beaches of Llandudno and Clifton before dropping down to land at the Waterfront.

Cape Town's most scenic sculpture garden, set against the backdrop of the Contantia Winelands, the oldest wine route in South Africa
Athi-Patra Ruga's 'iiNyanga Zonyaka' (The Lunar Songbook) in the triple-volume atrium (courtesy Norval Foundation)
Walk the sculpture garden, on the site of a preserved wetland, at Norval Foundation (Kentridge, courtesy Norval Foundation)
After a day spent exploring art galleries and lunching in the Winelands, you'll take an adrenaline-filled flight around spectacular Cape Point.
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