Based in Cape Town, Quality Touring Services have been in operation since 1997.

Pre & Post Conference Cape Town offer

Day One

Arriving in Cape Town you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day Two

After breakfast you will be collected for a Half Day City tour at 08h00 -08h20

To get a taste of the thriving centre of the Mother City, a Cape Town city tour is not to be missed. Situated in the middle of Cape Town, the city lies in the shelter of Table Mountain. Here you will find a number of the Cape’s Top Attractions, from the imposing Castle of Good Hope to the colourful cottages of the Bo Kaap, the bustling Green Market Square, South African Museum and beautiful Company Gardens and plenty more besides. With an experienced and knowledgeable guide, and from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle, you will be able to learn more about the Cape Town CBD and its surrounds, in a city tour that is sure to leave you with plenty of memories and photographs of this part of the Cape. Some interesting facts about the city can be learned on this Cape Town tour, including the following:

• The Castle of Good Hope, which stands proudly on the outskirts of the CBD, was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC). The Castle was developed as a maritime replenishment station, and from 1678 it was the centre of civilian, administrative and military life at the Cape until the area grew and operations expanded elsewhere. Today, the Castle is the seat of the military in the Cape, and is open for visitors to explore and learn more about its history.

• Tucked under the slopes of Signal Hill, the Bo Kaap is a fascinating and vibrant area that was somehow bypassed in the forced removals of the Apartheid. Also called the Malay Quarter, this area is characterised by its multi-coloured cottages and steep cobbled streets, as well as its exotic Malay culture. No tours in Cape Town would be complete without a visit to the Bo Kaap!

• For those who enjoy a sense of history, the South African Museum offers a look at life throughout the ages in South Africa. Many exhibits can be found here, and there is also a Planetarium situated within the building. The museum is situated in the Company Gardens, which holds the Seat of Parliament. Pristine lawns, shady paths, ornate fish ponds, statues of past leaders and plenty of curious squirrels are just part of the Company Gardens’ charm.

Rate includes: Registered tourist guide, transport in air-conditioned vehicle, and entrance fees to South African Museum.
Rate excludes: Cable car trip up Table Mountain & lunch

Day Three

After breakfast you will be collected for a Full Day Cape Point at 08h20 – 08h40

Embark on a spectacular journey around the Cape Peninsula taking in all the highlights and breath-taking beauty of this world-renowned region. Travel through historic suburbs, charming fishing villages and awesome viewpoints on your way to Cape Point, where the mighty Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet in harmony.

Cape Town is set on a spectacular mountainous peninsula that is washed by both the cold Atlantic and warmer Indian oceans. Strong mountains and deep bays have created unique and diverse natural areas and human settlements that are full of character and interest. The City centre is located on the shores of Table Bay in a natural amphitheater at the foot of the iconic Table Mountain, a New7Wonder of the World. The Atlantic seaboard includes prime white sand beaches such as Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno.

Hout Bay is a beautiful enclave at the foot of Chapman’s Peak, which boats one of the most scenic, sheer roadways in the world. Cape Point is the evocative southernmost tip of the Peninsula and its wildness has been preserved as the Cape Point

Nature Reserve. Quaint villages and historic towns line the False Bay coast with its attractive beaches and stunning scenery. There are several historic wine estates and newer boutique wineries dotted along the Peninsula.

Highlights include: The Atlantic seaboard drive with the stunning Twelve Apostles mountain range on one side and gorgeous white sandy beaches and rocky coastlines on the other
• Scenic Hout Bay with its attractive village, marine cruises to Seal Island where Cape Fur Seals breed
• The breath-taking Chapman’s Peak Drive from Hout Bay to Noordhoek
• The rugged and evocative Cape Point, and the unique biodiversity of the Cape Point Nature Reserve
• Visits to the rare African Penguin breeding colony at Boulder’s Beach
• The naval base, waterfront and shopping at Simon’s Town
• The quaint seaside village of Kalk Bay with its small fishing harbour, excellent restaurants and interesting shops
• The Constantia wine route including the historic Groot Constantia estate and other boutique wineries
• Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens preserves some of the last remaining montane forest and showcases the unique indigenous Cape flora

Rate includes: Registered tourist guide, transport in air-conditioned vehicle, and entrance fees to Chapmans Peak, Cape Point and Boulders.
Rate excludes: Seal Island, Kirstenbosch
Botanical Gardens and Funicular

Day Four

Return Airport Transfer

Cost based per person sharing.

3 star
City lodge V&A Hotel R4200pps

4 star hotels
Portswood R5700pps
Commodore R6150pps

5 star hotel

Queen Victoria

Includes return transfers in Cape Town. 3 nights accommodation on bed and breakfast basis, a half day city and table mountain tour and Full day Cape Point tour.


The Commodore

The Commodore Hotel - Where Table Mountain and the Sea Meet Overlooking the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront with views of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Harbour and the Atlantic Ocean is The Commodore, Legacy’s flagship hotel in Cape Town. Stylish living, quality service and a tranquil setting have ensured that our guests return year after year, be it as businessmen or tourists, excited to experience all that is The Mother City

The Portswood

The PortsWood Hotel - A Piece of Cape Town’s History The PortsWood is part of Cape Town’s colonial history. The restaurant and lobby are built around the original well and holding cells for prisoners en route to Robben Island 300 years ago. Today, The PortsWood is famous for its uniquely personal approach to service - catering to the international traveller’s every need and anticipating their every desire. Rich in South Africa’s unique culture, The PortsWood is a must for any traveller

Queen Victoria

The Queen Victoria Hotel offers a myriad of ideally located upmarket hotels, other accommodation options and restaurants. What sets this unique five-star boutique hotel apart is the attention to detail given by the creative team responsible for its development, who achieved this through their unwavering passion for awe-inspiring design. From the creative brief of ‘where classic elegance meets contemporary design’, every effort has been made to ensure that the 35-room Queen Victoria Hotel is a haven of calm, luxury and understated opulence amid the hustle and bustle of Cape Town’s popular V&A Waterfront.

City Lodge Waterfront

A centrally located hotel at the gateway to the vibrant and dynamic V and A Waterfront, within walking distance of Cape Town’s CBD, close to the N2 motorway and 15 minutes from the international airport. A nautical theme runs through the hotel and a spa-pool is available for guests to relax in the warm Cape weather.


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Please note that transport to lodges and Conservation levies are not included.