If you like the sound of a cycling holiday, but don’t like the thought of 10 hours a day in the saddle, and you like the sound of a culinary holiday, but are worried about all those calories, a Culinary Cycle Tour could be the perfect choice for your next holiday adventure!
Combing 4-5 hours a day cycling with plenty of wining and dining in some of South Africa’s best vineyards and restaurants, a Culinary Cycle Tour provides us with the perfect excuse to indulge in our favourite tasty-treats, as we get to work it all off again the next day!
Cycling Holidays, Connoisseur Tours and Cape Town are some of the biggest holiday trends right now, and so what could be better than combining all three into an action-packed adventure – A Culinary Cycle Tour of South Africa!
Highlights of this trip include Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain, cycling over the Chapman’s Peak Mountain Pass (a well-known part of the Cape Argus Cycle Tour), the Cape Floral Kingdom, the Mountain Hamlet of Prince Albert, the Seafood of the West Coast, Olive Farms, Vineyards, Chocolate Tastings in Franschhoek, and plenty of seaside dining along one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world… phew!
When you are not cycling, your driver will transfer from one luxury location to the next, and as all accommodations, meals, refreshments, wine tastings, admission fees, bikes, and ground transportation are included, they only thing you need to pack is your Lycra cycling shorts and your appetite!
Activity holidays for food loving people – count me in!