Valid From 01 November 2019 Until 30 September 2020
5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS Cape Town
5 Days 4 Nights Cape Town Escorted
HIGHLIGHT: Valid for daily arrival at Cape Town.  Share Service. 2 To Go Ground Package (minimum 2 adults per booking).
  • 04 nights' hotel accommodation in Cape Town
  • Meals - 04 breakfasts
  • Round trip airport-hotel and sightseeing transfer
  • Meet & greet by English speaking representative/tour guide in airport
  • 01 - Half day Cape Town city tour
  • 01 - Half day 'Walk To Freedom' tour
  • 01 - Full day Peninsula Tour
  • International/ Domestic air ticket & airport taxes
  • Items of personal nature, such as lunch & dinners, laundry, telephones calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, minibar charges and etc.
  • Airport & hotel porterage
  • Tour guide/ driver guide tipping USD 05 - USD 08 per person per day, always excluded camera/ video fee of every monuments if any.
Agency Collection Fee 30.00 30.00
  • Rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice and/or upon hotel confirmation. This may be due to any special event and any immediate room surcharges implied by the hotel.
  • No refunds are given for any unused portion of this package or during tour.
  • The above itinerary is for reference only and visiting sequence may be different, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
  • 12fly of Malaysian Harmony shall not be liable for any loses or expenses incurred due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes or any other causes beyond its control, such losses and expenses shall be borne by the clients.
  • Others 12fly terms & conditions applies.
  • Reservation Deposit for this package is minimum MYR 100 per person, you may required for more deposit for booking security and terms may vary from destination to destination.
  • General travel period: 01 November 2019 until 30 September 2020.
  • Red Alert Date: Event, Public Holiday, Chinese New Year, Christmas or New Year period subject to surcharge & hotel compulsory gala dinner upon booking made.
  • Suggestion flight route: Kuala Lumpur - Cape Town - Kuala Lumpur.
  • The above rates require a minimum of 02 adults and maximum 6 persons per booking in a group, single traveler (additional surcharge apply or apply single room rates).
  • The above rates are valid for Malaysian passport; surcharge might apply for foreigner passport, subject to individual hotel surcharge.
  • Above Cape Town hotel rates (if any) are strictly applicable for packages' extension nights only.
  • Most of the hotels in South Africa does not allowed/ practiced Triple Sharing Room.
  • Any children below 02 years old is considered FREE OF CHARGE with no meals and no bed.
  • Any children sharing the same room with one single full paying adult will be charged at the full adult twin sharing rate.
  • Child 12 years and older takes own room at the full adult rate.
  • Children below 12 years old sharing with 02 adults on twin sharing basis, pay Child No Bed rates as quoted. Extra bed will be subjected to availability of family rooms upon confirmation of room categories.
  • If a reservation consist a Family of 3 or 4 (Adult + Children), 'Family Room Type' (usually higher category) either come with 2 queen size beds child share existing bed OR twin/queen with a sleeper couch can be arrange with additional cost.
  • New Travel Advisory for Children Travelling Through a Port of South Africa with effective from November 2019:
  • All hotels based on similar class.
  • Advance booking required at least 30 working days before departure.
DAY 1 - Cape Town (Arrival)

Upon arrival in Cape Town International Airport, you will be meet and greet by local representative. Transfer to your selected hotel for check in. 

Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. Cape Town’s history is long and storied. It is a city with unrivalled culture and diversity, boasting a heady mix of old and new and nothing speaks to this more than the iconic 'Big Seven Attractions'. The Big Seven, made up of Cape Point, City Walk, Groot Constantia, Kirstenbosch, Robben Island Museum, Table Mountain Cableway and Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, form the core of the Mother City, and your trip will not be complete with a visit to each iconic location.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cape Town: All hotels standard check in time is 1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Hotel Category: StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl Hotel or similar - 3 stars
Superior Hotel Category: Commodore Hotel or similar - 4 stars

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Self expenses
Hotel in Cape Town
DAY 2 - Cape Town

After hotel breakfast, you will start this day with a Half Day Cape Town City Tour

Departure time: 0735am until 0830am (actual time will be advise upon tour finalization)

Summit the legendary Table Mountain then wind your way past the scenic and upmarket suburbs of Camps Bay and Clifton en-route to the central business district. Sense the depth of history as you drive past Parliament Buildings, City Hall, the Slave Lodge and the Castle of Good Hope, originally built as a maritime replenishment station and now the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa! 
Passing Charly's Bakery, home of Charly's Cake Angels, we hear of the brief history of District Six en-route to a visit at the Company Gardens. Learn more about the history of the Bo-Kaap and its people as we move up the cobblestoned hills to the Malay Quarter, and marvel at the ice-cream colours of the quiant Bo-Kaap homes. 
Finally, trace the moves of a professional Diamond Cutter as he creates every girl's dream stone.  

Trip's Highlight:

  • Table Mountain
    (Cable Car ride at one way ZAR 190 per adult & ZAR 90 per child; round trip ZAR 330 per adult & ZAR 165 per child at own expenses, child aged from 04 -17 years old. As this is always subject to weather condition, price subject to change)
    • Natural New 7 Wonder of the Worldis a perfect oasis of spectacular and awe-inspiring mountainsplunging into crystal-clear seasedged with magnificent white sands of the Cape Peninsula. Table Mountain is not only the most iconic landmark of South Africa but it is also the country’s most photographed attraction.
    • Annual closure for maintenance dates to be advise
  • The Castle
    • The Castle Of Good Hope was built by the Dutch East India Company more than 300 years back. It took 13 years for construction only (from 1666 to 1679). It is big , yet unremarkable till you’re standing in front of it. The Castle of Good Hope is situated in Cape Town’s city centre beside Cape Town's main railway station. It is just a few steps away from the central station and the modern shopping malls. When visiting the Castle of Good Hope you will immerse yourself for a journey back in time to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
  • The Company's Garden
    • The garden was originally created in the 1650s by the region's first European settlers and provided fertile ground to grow fresh produce to replenish ships rounding the Cape. It is watered from the Molteno Dam, which uses water from the springs on the lower slopes of Table Mountain.
  • Parliament Buildings, City Hall and the Slave Lodge
    • The Slave Lodge is one of the oldest buildings in Cape Town. The many names of the building over three centuries – Slave Lodge, Government Offices Building, Old Supreme Court, and SA Cultural History Museum – reflect the long and rich history of the building. In 1998 this museum was renamed the Slave Lodge.
  • Bo-kaap (formerly known as Malay Quarter)
    • Hidden in the fringes of Cape Town’s city centre, just beyond the hassles and bustle, you will find this little treasure neighborhood where brightly-colored houses against the milieu of religious mosques is an attraction for many visitors. Bo-Kaap’s residents are a blend of cultures and are descendants of slaves imported by the Dutch in the 1700s. These slaves arrived to South Africa from Sri Lanka, Malaysia, the Indonesian Archipelago and various African countries.
  • Diamond Cutter
    • Learn about diamond cutting and polishing, and everything that transforms a rough diamond into a dazzling array of fire and brilliance. You may buy yourself a diamond too!

Tour end: 1230pm

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cape Town: All hotels standard check in time is 1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Hotel Category: StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl Hotel or similar - 3 stars
Superior Hotel Category: Commodore Hotel or similar - 4 stars

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel in Cape Town
DAY 3 - Cape Town

After complete your breakfast in hotel, is the time to hop on a Full Day Tour of Penninsula. 

Departure time: 0745am until 0845am (actual time will be advise upon tour finalization)

Experience the scenic beauty and natural landscapes of South Africa’s Cape Peninsula on this full-day tour from Cape Town. Enjoy the convenience of guided visits, as well as the independence of solo sightseeing and learn about this dynamic region from your friendly, knowledgeable guide. You’ll see seals in Hout Bay (with optional Buiker Island boat trip) and have time to wander the shops. You can explore the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve at your leisure, and check out  playful families of African Penguins in Simon’s Town. Your return trip to Cape Town even includes a stop at the colorful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (summer season) or a glamour wine-tasting & cellar door tour at Groot Constantia (winter season). 

Trip's Highlights:

  • Seal Island Cruise (The cruising tour duration about 45 minutes with cost ZAR 115 per adult and ZAR 60 per child aged below 12 at own account, price subject to change)
    • Seal Island, also known as Duiker Island is one of Cape Town’s most popular attractions. It inhabits a population of approximately 70 000 Cape fur seals. Besides, some 24 different species of birds can be found on the island. Among them, there are some 200 kelp gulls and small groups of Cape and white-breasted cormorants. If you are lucky, you might spot a few Sub Antarctic skuas and jackass penguins.
  • Chapman's Peak Drive
    • Chapman’s Peak Drive in Cape Town is one of the most spectacular coastal drives in the world. The route winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. Chapman’s Peak Drive, fondly called “Chappies” is a must for anyone who is passionate about the awe-inspiring landscape of Cape Town. The sheer drops to the sea below, and the looming mountains above provide the most spectacular sights! The Chapman's Peak Drive also offers breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean and wonderful rock formations.
  • Cape Point
    • Lying 60 km south-west of Cape Town in the southeast corner of the peninsula is Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park and a declared Natural World Heritage Site. It is at a distance of about 2.3 km east and a bit north of the Cape of Good Hope and takes it probably 20% of the total area of the peninsula. The first thing that will hit your attention will be the shipwrecks scattering the coastline, as testimonials of its great historical significance. If you travel to the tip of the Cape Peninsula, Cape Point is where you will reach.
  • Simon's Town
    • One must-visit place to include in your Cape Town holiday has to be Simon’s Town! A beautiful and warm sea-town, Simon’s Townis synonymous with the treasured African penguins and is a popular tourist destination. Besides, it is rich in history and culture the multi-pluralism of the regionadds to its wealth.
  • Penguins' Colony at Boulder's Beach (entrance fee Entrance fee of ZAR 168 per adult and ZAR 85 per child aged below 12 at own account, price subject to change)
    • Boulders beach has a colony of penguins set up since 1983. From just two breeding pairs then, it has now grown into a colony of about 3000 penguins, though this number keeps dropping. The beach is some 2 km from Simon’s Town in False Bay, between Fish Hoek and Cape Point. It is home to a growing colony of the endangered African penguins. The entrance fee which you pay (as Boulders Beach is part of the Table Mountain National Park) is used for the conservation of these penguins. At Boulders beach, the penguins nest as from February to August, in simple burrows in the sand or under plants. They moult in November and December.
  • Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden (during summer months)
    • One of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.
  • Groot Constantia Wine Tasting and cellar tour (during winter months)
    • Through Groot Constantia's modern wine cellar and see the wine production process in action. After you've worked up a thirst exploring the wine cellar, relax in the elegant wine tasting area and sample the many award-winning vintages available. 

Tour end: 1800pm

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cape Town: All hotels standard check in time is 1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Hotel Category: StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl Hotel or similar - 3 stars
Superior Hotel Category: Commodore Hotel or similar - 4 stars

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel in Cape Town
DAY 4 - Cape Town

After hotel breakfast, you will start this day with a Half Day Ttour of 'Walk To Freedom'.

Departure time: 0800am until 0845am (actual time will be advise upon tour finalization)

Visit the riveting District Six Museum for a sharp reminder of the past before a tour of Langa Township, the oldest aprtheid housing scheme in the Cape, visit local market, Arts & Craft centre, as well as a traditional healer. Visit a local B&B as well as creche providing local children with a safe haven and fun. You will enjoy a hands-on experience of life in a township, so we also include a visit to Khayelitsha and Gugulethu

Trip's Highlights:

  • District Six Museum (closed on Sunday)
    • A former inner-city neighborhood where more than 60,000 residents were forced to leave during the 1970s by the apartheid regime; and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner for 18 years — it now serves as a symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity. 
  • Langa Township local market, Arts & Craft Centre, B&B and creche.
    • One of the oldest black townships in South Africa. In the Langa Township you can meet sangomas and traditional healers; shop at local markets;dine on African delicacies and party in the township style. At the same time, you can extend your support to one of the poorest areas of the Cape Town. Bead-work, pottery and recycled goods are sold in and around Langa Township. 
  • Khayelitsha
    • Found at 30 km away from Cape Town, Khayelitsha which means “new home” is one of the biggest townships in the area. It consists of both formal accommodation implying houses of bricks and mortar and informal settlements, that is, makeshift shacks. Go on a township tour to Khayelitsha in the Cape Flats and experience an authentic African day out. See the amazing view from Look-Out Hill, buy yourself handmade crafts made locally and eat at a restaurant offering South African cuisine.
  • Gugulethu
    • A colourful, vibrant and lively township, Gugulethu Township is the residence of many of the city’s working population. “Gugs”, as Gugulethu is usually called was originally named Nyanga West is the oldest township in Cape Town. It has a lively community and is gradually developing due to tourism. A visit to the township is indeed an experience that cannot be forgotten and remains a sharp reminder of how life does not always need to be a bed of roses for people to be friendly, warm, welcoming and genuine.

Tour end: 1230pm

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cape Town: All hotels standard check in time is 1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Hotel Category: StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl Hotel or similar - 3 stars
Superior Hotel Category: Commodore Hotel or similar - 4 stars

Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel in Cape Town
DAY 5 - Cape Town (Departure)

Breakfast serve at hotel, transfer to Cape Town International Airport for your flight departure back to home or next destination. 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel
Adult Single Room Adult Twin Sharing Child No Bed
Standard Hotel Categories
Standard 3847.50 2677.50 2008.13
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Superior Hotel Categories
Standard 4797.00 3510.00 2632.50
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* General Black Out Dates Ranges | 04-11-2019 - 08-11-2019 , 11-11-2019 - 15-11-2019 , 04-02-2020 - 07-02-2020 , 08-03-2020 - 08-03-2020 , 29-03-2020 - 30-03-2020 , 10-04-2020 - 13-04-2020
Above rates advertised are based on ground arrangement with minimum number of travelers to fulfill in a reservation. Prices are subject to availability and subject to change without prior notice. Ground Package define as services cover the land portion of a trip, such as lodging, visits to museums, sightseeing tours, and transfers between airport and hotel. The package rates always excluded of international/domestic air ticket, airport taxes, tipping, service charges, peak season surcharge or miscellaneous cost if any. Please refer for the latest update of package price & itinerary.