Called ‘the fairest cape in the whole circumference of the earth’ and regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Cape Town offers museums, lush parks and shops. Impressive mountains, magnificent beaches and outstanding wineries add to the attraction. Ride a cable-car to the top of famous flat-topped Table Mountain and gaze at the mosaic of towering mountains, verdant valleys and the confluence of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. The historical highlight is Robben Island, once the prison holding such outstanding anti-apartheid leaders as Nelson Mandela.

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  • Family Hosted Dinner

    In the evening you depart the ship and are taken on a scenic drive to Hout Bay. Here you will experience the flavors of South Africa in a classic Cape Town home setting during this memorable dinner prepared by the family of world-renowned culinary Guru, the late Lannice Snyman.

    Lannice Snyman was an International, award-winning cookbook author, publisher and chef and her legacy in fine food is continued in her daughter, Tamsin Snyman, who will welcome you in the family home and host you to an exquisite South African Banquet, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy some of the incredible South African cuisine that Lannice Snyman single handedly put onto the global map.

    Guests will be free to browse through wonderful selection of South African wine in the family's cellar and from which fine local wines are chosen and paired with the menu of the day.

    With the necessary curiosity essential to stay at the cutting edge and maintaining a formidable presence amongst international gourmet peers, you are guaranteed to enjoy an evening of local food and wine in a classic Cape Town home setting.

    Following this exclusive gourmet experience, you will return back to quay-side.

    Please note: This exclusive tour must be prepaid at least seven days prior to sailing date. Once requested, this tour is non-refundable. The dress code for this dinner is "casual". A minimum of 10 participants is required to operate this tour.

  • Gourmet Experience

    Depart the pier for the drive along the N2 National Highway en route to Somerset West, which lies in the valley beneath Hottentot's Holland Mountains. Upon arrival, you will visit Vergelegen Wine Estate to sample some of their fine wines. Vergelegen is recognized as one of South Africa's leading wine estates, and dates back over 300 years. After your wine-tasting, you will take a brief stroll through the Octagonal Garden and historic Manor House.

    Next, you will continue on to Morgenster Estate for a cellar tour, and wine and olive oil tasting. In addition to top quality wines, Morgenster produces an extra virgin olive oil that has been judged the world's best at a prestigious competition in Italy. From here, you will proceed to lovely Stellenbosch, the Town of Oaks and second-oldest town in South Africa. Upon arrival, you will be served a gourmet lunch at one of the many fine restaurants of the Cape Winelands, and accompanied by fine wines from the adjoining winery.

    Enjoy lunch accompanied by wonderful wines from the adjoining winery. Your tour concludes with a visit to another wine estate, where you'll have the opportunity to sample their wines and award-winning, hand-made Forest Hill cheeses.

    Following this exclusive gourmet tour, you will re-board your mini-van for the return drive to the pier.

    Please note: Wine estates vary, and may include steps leading to-and-from the wine cellars. Guests with limited mobility can manage this tour with the assistance of a travel companion. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages.

  • Executive Collection Half Day Car

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 2 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

  • Sundowners On Signal Hill

    Experience breathtaking views and photo opportunities over Cape Town during this brief, yet memorable visit to Signal Hill.

    Depart the ship for the drive along Kloof Nek to Signal Hill. This famous, flat-topped hill is located next to Lion's Head and Table Mountain in Cape Town, and renowned for its noon gun, which is operated by the South African Astronomical Observatory (not visited). The road to the summit features a vantage point where spectacular views over Cape Town and the surrounding area can be observed, especially at dawn and sunset.

    Upon arrival at the summit, you will take in dramatic sunset views over Table Bay and Cape Town, and be served a selection of canapés and a glass of sparkling wine.

    Following your visit, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier, passing Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Sea Point and Green Point along the way.

    Please note: Signal Hill is easily accessible for guests with limited mobility and guests in wheelchairs. Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes and a windbreaker. This tour is strictly weather-dependent.

  • Panoramic Cape Town By Night

    Discover the glittering nighttime charm of this vibrant cosmopolitan city on this mostly panoramic tour. Departing from the pier you will first pass by the Cape Town FIFA World Cup Stadium as you travel towards Sea Point.

    The promenade of Sea Point, which stretches to Mouille Point, is very popular with locals and visitors alike. It is a jogger's mile and many people enjoy meeting here for a walk and good conversation. While the beaches in Sea Point are not very good for swimming because the surf is too powerful and the coast too rocky, there is a huge seawater swimming pool.

    From here, you will travel to Clifton Beach, which is frequented by Cape Town's trendiest residents and is a haven for international jetsetters. Together with its immaculate white sands and glistening water, it's the ideal spot for people to perfect their tans. Although best known for its glamorous 'see and be seen' status, Clifton Beach is also very eco-savvy and has acquired blue flag status, which means it has reached the highest standards for cleanliness along with being deemed environmentally sound and adhering to international safety and tourist standards

    A photo stop will be made at the Maiden's Cove parking area which is situated between Camps Bay and Clifton Beach and near the Glen Country Club. From this location, you can look up at the cable car station for a view of famous Table Mountain.

    Your tour continues toward the mountain and over Kloof Nek Road towards the bustling city center of Cape Town before returning back to the pier.

    Please note: Walking on this tour is mainly at the guest's discretion during the brief stop at Maiden's Cove. This tour is not recommended for wheelchair guests as they would be required to remain on the coach during the stops. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Casual clothing, a light jacket or sweater and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary. There are no restrooms available on this tour.

  • High Tea At Mount Nelson

    Experience a beloved South African tradition in style during this visit to the Mount Nelson Hotel.

    Depart the pier for the drive to the famous Mount Nelson Hotel. Now past her centenary year, the Mount Nelson remains a beloved landmark of the Mother City. The hotel is set amidst nine acres of splendid, park-like gardens on an historic site at the foot of Table Mountain; the very heart of Old Cape Town.

    Opened on March 6, 1899, the Mount Nelson Hotel was the brainchild of shipping magnate Sir Donald Currie. The hotel was designed to emulate the finest in London, which was then the leading capital of refined hostelry. The reviews that followed the grand opening of the Mount Nelson claimed that the hotel surpassed all expectations, and exceeded comparisons with its British rivals.

    Afternoon tea will be taken in the hotel's salon or conservatory, where you will be treated to a wonderful array of delicate sandwiches and savories, and tempting cakes, pastries and scones. A variety of teas and coffees will also be served.

    Following this relaxing experience, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier. En route, you will pass through Kloofnek and Camps Bay, and skirt the Atlantic coastline through the residential areas of Clifton, Bantry Bay, Seapoint and Green Point.

    Please note: This tour must be pre-requested at least one week prior to the sailing date. Once requested, this tour is non-refundable. The dress code is elegant casual.

  • Executive Collection Half Day Van

    PRICE is per vehicle

    This exclusive arrangement is designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private car and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests and sightsee at your own pace. See the most famous sights or go beyond to create your own intimate connections and unique cultural encounters.

    The Executive Collection is recommended for the single/solo traveler, couples, family, friends, and special interest groups traveling together. It can also be an excellent choice for physically challenged guests.

    Capacity: 6 guests

    PLEASE NOTE: Private cars/vans/minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person), and only one person in the party need order the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide. Kindly note, however, that in certain ports only a driver/guide will be assigned (one person), due to limited availability. Entrance fees are not included in this price, in order to provide you with the most flexibility. In many ports, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited; therefore guests are encouraged to make their reservation as early as possible.

    Half-day private tours must depart between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 am, or after 1:00 p.m.

    Upon embarkation, please consult the Destination Manager onboard to personally discuss your itinerary requirements and set your departure time.

  • Roots and Routes Arts Tour

    Discover South Africa's splendid artwork and natural beauty during this memorable, full-day tour of Cape Town.

    Depart the pier for the drive to Salt River, and a visit to the workshop and gallery of the African All Sorts. Jason and David Rosenstein, who were recently joined by Dr. Leila Rajah, established this social bead and wire art project in March 2004 to enhance job creation and skills development in Africa. The talented artists at African All Sorts have created some of the world's highest quality bead and wire artwork. Since 2004, these beautiful art pieces have been exported worldwide, and exhibited at Paris' Maison & Objet Show, and the New York International Gift Show. During your visit, you will have an opportunity to interact with the artists and create a masterpiece of your own with their guidance. Your finished piece will then be delivered to the ship prior to your departure.

    Next, a visit will be made to the Montebello Design Center. Hidden in the leafy green belt of Newlands with the Table Mountain range towering above, the design center is located in the original farm buildings of historic Montebello. Established for the benefit of disadvantaged artists, the design center aims to create jobs in craft and promote local design. The design center is home to several artisan studios, including a forge, two jewelry studios, a pottery studio, hand-weaving studio, and greenhouse. Upon arrival, you will be taken on a private guided tour of the facility, meet various artists in their studios and learn how the design center has helped them to flourish.

    Afterward, you will proceed for lunch at the world-renowned Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, which skirt the slopes of Devil's Peak, and offer panoramic views and photo opportunities. The gardens are spread out over 1,383 acres on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, and contain more than 8,500 species of indigenous fynbos plant species. The gardens are also home to one of the six floral kingdoms of the world, and contain a greater diversity of plant species than the entire United Kingdom. After lunch, a botanist guide will escort you on a private guided tour of the gardens. Throughout the gardens and Sculptures Park, you will find Chapungo Sculptures created from stone by Zimbabwean artists. Some time will then be made available to browse the well-stocked curio shop

    Following your visit, you will re-board your mini-van for the return drive to the ship. En route, you will take a scenic drive past the Cape Peninsula, exclusive suburbs of Constantia and Bishops Court, and Chapman's Peak Drive.

    Please note: The guided visit at the Botanical Gardens is approximately 30 minutes. Lunch includes two glasses of house wine, local beer, soda, water, tea, or coffee.

  • Stellenbosch and Wine Tasting

    Experience the history, architecture and flavors of Stellenbosch during an orientation tour of the valley, its museum and wine estates.

    Depart the pier for the scenic drive to Stellenbosch. This broad, fertile valley on the Eerste River was named after its founder, Governor Simon van der Stel, who discovered it in 1680. Today, Stellenbosch is a major university town characterized by Cape Dutch-style architecture and streets lined with oak trees, some of which have been declared national monuments.

    Upon arrival, you will take an orientation drive through Stellenbosch, followed by an hour at your leisure to explore the town independently. Along the way, you can visit the Stellenbosch Museum, which is comprised of four different houses depicting different eras: the 1709 Schreuder House, 1788 Bletterman House, early-19th-century Grosvenor House and 1850 O.M. Bergh House, (optional and at your own expense). Alternatively, you may wish to browse through the variety of curio shops.

    Next, your drive will continue with a stop at one of the wine estates in the Stellenbosch area, where you will be invited to participate in wine-tasting and learn about the fascinating skills employed in the cellar.

    Following your visit, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to Cape Town Harbor along the N2 National Road.

    Please note: Most wine estates involve walking on uneven gravel roads and steps leading to and from the cellar. Depending upon the wine estates visited, this tour may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who utilize a wheelchair. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages.

  • Cape Peninsula Tour

    Explore the fascinating sites of southwest Africa during this full-day orientation tour along the Cape Peninsula to Cape Point.

    Depart the pier for the scenic drive to Cape Point, located on the southwestern tip of Africa. En route, you will pass through the suburbs of Green Point and Sea Point to Camps Bay, nestled in the foreground of the impressive peaks of the Twelve Apostles. You will then continue along the Atlantic seaboard towards Hout Bay, a small fishing village.

    From Hout Bay, you will pass by Chapman's Peak, and proceed through the seaside residential suburb of Scarborough en-route to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. It is here that the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, along with their diverse ecosystems, are thought to converge. This expansive nature reserve occupies 19,150 acres of indigenous flora and fauna. Cape Point and its dramatic sea cliffs, among South Africa's highest, are main attractions of the reserve. Upon arrival, you will ride the funicular railway to the top of Cape Point, and take in breathtaking views and photo opportunities.

    After lunch at a nearby restaurant, a visit will be made to the African penguin colony at Boulders Beach, followed by a drive through the naval base of Simonstown to Fish Hoek. From here, you will continue on to the colorful fishing harbor of Kalk Bay before turning on to Boyes Drive, which offers magnificent views of Muizenberg and False Bay.

    Your drive will conclude with a visit to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, which is spread out over 1,384 acres on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain and contains 4,580 species of indigenous plants. Following a leisurely stroll amidst these lovely surroundings, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier. En route, you will pass by the University of Cape Town, Rhodes Memorial, Mostert's Mill and famous Groote Schuur Hospital.

    Please note: This tour includes a substantial amount of uphill and downhill walking, along with some steps. The road along Chapman's Peak Drive is extremely steep, narrow and winding. This tour is not recommended for guests with a fear of heights, guests with limited mobility or guests who utilize a wheelchair.

  • Military Themed City Tour

    Spend the day exploring Cape Town's unique military past including visits to the Castle of Good Hope, Military History Museum, Signal Hill and the South African Air Force Museum.

    Cape Town, the Mother City, has a rich history dating back to the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck, a Dutch settler who dropped anchor in Table Bay on April 6, 1652. The Castle was built between 1666 - 1679, it is a pentagonal fortification with a moat and bastions at each corner, named after the titles of the Prince of Orange. You will then visit the Military History Museum, a tribute to the military history of the Cape, Castle and Cape Regiments. Inside, you will view the William Fehr Art Collection. It features artifacts and artwork dating from the late-17th to early-18th century, a period of Dutch Colonial settlement and, after 1795, the era of British occupation. You will also have an exclusive opportunity to inspect the Officers Mess of the Cape Rifles. Cape Town's oldest regiment, it dates back to 1855 and was formed mainly as a volunteer unit to reinforce the garrison of regular British troops.

    From here, you will drive to Signal Hill, which separates the suburbs of Green Point and Sea Point from the City Bowl. Here, you will witness its main attraction, the battery with the Noon Gun. A cannon-shot is fired every day precisely at noon to uphold an old Capetonian tradition. On special occasions, up to 21-shot salutes can be fired.

    After lunch at Salt restaurant, you will proceed to the South African Air Force (SAAF) Museum at Ysterplaat Air Force Base. The second-largest military aviation museum in South Africa, the museum houses a varied collection of exhibits depicting the SAAF's history, operational activities, and military and civil aviation in the Cape. In addition to aircraft, weapons, engines and uniforms, you will view a small display of Royal Flying Corps memorabilia, as well as restored aircraft.

    Following your visit, you will re-board you mini-van for the return drive to the ship.

    Please note: This tour involves walking over uneven surfaces and steps. Lunch includes two glasses of house wine, local beer, soda, water, tea, or coffee.

  • Cape Town and Table Mountain

    Experience the beauty of Cape Town during this scenic trip up Table Mountain, the city's most celebrated landmark.

    Depart the pier for the drive up Kloof Nek, the saddle between Table Mountain and Lion's Head, en route to the Lower Cableway Station. Upon arrival, you will board a Swiss-engineered Rotair cable car, and ascend from the 1,190-foot Valley Station to the 3,477-foot Mountain Station. The journey from the base to the summit takes just under four minutes, and offers spectacular views as the floor of the car rotates 360 degrees during the ascent and descent.

    Table Mountain gets its name from the flat-topped central massif of the mountain. When viewed from the city, it is surrounded by Devil's Peak on the left, Lion's Head on the right and Signal Hill in the foreground. They form a sort of amphitheater that encloses the city center, and some older suburbs. Other suburbs are situated on either side of the chain of mountains, which run like a spine through the Cape Peninsula from Table Mountain to Cape Point; the cape from which Cape Town is named.

    From the summit, the natural protected area stretching from Signal Hill to Cape Point has been managed under the custodianship of the National Parks Board. This area is home to one of the highest concentrations of endemic plant and animal species in any area of its size; its impressive 2,285 plant species are greater in quantity than those of the entire U.K. combined.

    Following your visit to Table Mountain, you will re-board your coach for a brief orientation tour of Cape Town before being returned to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves a substantial amount of walking, and is not suitable for guests with limited mobility. However, it is possible for guests in wheelchairs to manage this tour with the assistance of a travel companion, as there are lifts and ramps at the lower and upper cable car stations, and even-paved pathways on the summit. Due to the popularity of the site, there may be some congestion. The visit to Table Mountain is weather permitting; should the cableway be closed, Signal Hill will be visited as an alternative or guests will visit the South African Museum.

  • West Coast Ostrich & Durbanville Hills

    Explore the wildlife and wine country of South Africa's West Coast during this tour of the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch, and a visit to the Durbanville Wine Region.

    Depart the pier for the drive along the West Coast towards Bloubergstrand, where a brief photo stop will be made to capture the breathtaking views of Table Mountain and the city across Table Bay. You will then continue on to the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch.

    Upon arrival, you will take a guided, 45-minute walking tour to learn about the habits, breeding and characteristics of this unique bird. You will also see the display room, leather factory, West Coast white ostriches, dwarf ostriches, black-neck ostriches, emus, rheas, peacocks, ostrich chicks, incubator, cactus garden, and a spectacular view of Table Mountain and the surrounding countryside. The highlight of your visit will be an opportunity to take a photograph alongside the ostriches, with Table Mountain serving as the backdrop.

    Next, you will proceed for a visit to one of the wine estates located on the slopes of the Tygerberg in the Durbanville Wine Region. The cool ocean breezes and misty nights make Durbanville one of the coolest wine producing regions in the Western Cape. The name "Tygerberg" is derived from Tijger, the Dutch word for leopard. The Cape's early settlers thought that the striated effect of the hills covered with indigenous shrubs resembled the skin of the leopard.

    Join a guided tour of the cellar, after which you will be invited to participate in a formal winetasting of varietals which are produced and bottled on the estate.

    Please note: Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages. This tour involves a lot of walking and is not recommended for guests in wheelchairs or for those with walking difficulties. You will have to negotiate stairs to reach the cellar.

  • Groot Constantia and Kirstenbosch

    Experience the exquisite topography and winemaking traditions of South Africa during this picturesque, half-day visit to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, and a tour and wine tasting at the famous Groot Constantia Estate.

    Depart the pier for the scenic drive along the slopes of Devil's Peak en route to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. One of the world's most famous Botanical Gardens, Kirstenbosch Gardens is spread over 1,383 acres on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain and is home to over 8,500 species of indigenous plants. During your visit, some time will be made available to take a leisurely stroll amidst these beautiful surroundings and browse the well-stocked Curio Shop.

    Next, you will rejoin your coach for a drive through the prestigious suburbs of Bishopscourt and Constantia, then continue on to the Groot Constantia Estate. South Africa's oldest winemaking center, the estate boasts one of the most magnificent Cape Dutch homesteads. The Manor House features a fascinating blend of the Western, Eastern and African craftsmanship, materials and architecture. Following a brief guided visit to the Manor House and a tour of the cellar, you will be invited to participate in a formal wine tasting.

    Following your visit, you will rejoin your coach for the return drive to the pier. En route, you will travel over Constantia Nek to Hout Bay, then continue on though the Atlantic seaboard suburbs of Camps Bay, Clifton and Bantry Bay.

    Please note: This tour involves substantial walking, and is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or guests who utilize a wheelchair. Wear flat, comfortable walking shoes, and bring sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses from the ship. The order of sites visited may vary. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages.

  • Robben Island

    For over four centuries, Robben Island has been a place of punishment for exiles and prisoners as well as a place of confinement for lepers, lunatics and the sick. Since 1960, it has become synonymous with the political struggle against apartheid in South Africa. Political prisoners of the past have included Nelson Mandela and poet Dennis Brutus. The last political prisoners were released in 1991 and on January 1, 1997, the Robben Island Museum opened its doors to the public, with quite a number of the former political prisoners becoming island guides. In 1999, Robben Island was declared a Word Heritage Site.

    Upon arrival at Roben Island, you will board a bus for a 45-minute orientation drive. Along the way, you will see the old leper colony, a Muslim shrine and a shipwreck before visiting the limestone quarry where political prisoners performed backbreaking labor. Afterward, a former political prisoner will lead you on a guided walking tour through the maximum-security block. A visit to Nelson Mandela's former cell is also included.

    After your approximately 2.5 hour visit to the island, you will embark the ferry for the return ride to the mainland and return to the pier by coach.

    Please note: This tour is not suitable for guests in wheelchairs or with walking difficulties as it involves quite a substantial amount of walking. Comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes are recommended. The ferry-ride is approximately 30 minutes in each direction. The ferry is strictly weather permitting. Robben Island is a protected conservation area.

  • Wineland Tour

    Experience the scenic beauty and flavors of South Africa during this full-day tour of its splendid wine-producing region.

    Depart the pier for the drive on the N1 National Road en route to Paarl, known as the Pearl of the Berg River Valley. This romantic town is built on both sides of a 6.2-mile-long main street shaded by oak trees and jacarandas. Upon arrival, you will visit the Paarl Monument and unique Taal Monument, erected in honor of the Afrikaans language. You will then continue on to a wine estate for a guided cellar tour, and an opportunity to taste some of the local wines.

    Next, you will drive to the village of Franschhoek. Its rich culture, historical heritage and viniculture traditions date back to 1688, when some 200 French Huguenots were apportioned land in the district. Time permitting, a brief visit will be made to the Huguenot Monument. Situated at the foot of the Franschhoek Pass, this monument commemorates the arrival of the Huguenots in South Africa, and the adjoining Huguenot Memorial Museum focuses on the genealogy of the Huguenot families.

    Leaving Franschhoek, you will proceed for a gourmet picnic or buffet lunch under the beautiful oak trees of a leading wine estate before continuing on to Stellenbosch, a university town and the second-oldest town in South Africa after Cape Town. Stellenbosch has become known as the Town of Oaks; some of the oaks here have been proclaimed national monuments. Stellenbosch is also famous for the typical Cape Dutch-style architecture seen on Dorp Street, the main thoroughfare lined with houses, cottages and shops.

    Your tour will conclude with an orientation tour of Stellenbosch before the return drive to the pier along the N2 National Highway.

    Please note: This tour includes considerable uphill and downhill walking, along with some steps. This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or guests who utilize a wheelchair. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages.

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