Go for a self drive experience in your rented luxury sports car. Look over a scope of grand vehicles – anything from Audi R8’s to Ferrari’s to Maserati’s and that’s just the beginning. When you’ve picked your vehicle, hit the open street and appreciate the rush of being in the driver’s seat.
Beginning from Cape Town focal take a drive along the M3 to Westlake and the on to the tip of the Cape Peninsula either by means of the acclaimed Boyes drive with epic perspectives on False Bay, Muizenberg, Kalk sound, Fishhoek and Simons town or through Ou Kaapse Weg, the old Cape Road into Noordhoek and past with your super vehicle. At the point when you’ve wrapped up the landmass advance back to Cape Town through Noordhoek and onto the observed Chapmans Peak Drive. In the event that you time if right you’ll get the dusk and watch the mountain tops around you light up in pinks, oranges, purples and reds. Finish of your trip with a mixed drink in Camps Bay as you get the last beams of the sun as it slips behind the skyline.
There are a lot of routes to take your driving experience to the following level. On the off chance that you start in Cape Town advance by means of the N1 to the Swartland, Paarl, Wellington or Franschoek for a day of open streets and shocking vista’s. The Swartland is marginally less precipitous than a portion of different districts and is progressively spread out.
Paarl has a normal Cape Dutch feel about it and a visit to the Taal Monument is certainly justified regardless of an excursion. Wellington plays host to a few magnificent wineries and Jorgenson’s Distillery where you can get anything from Absinthe to African Bitters. A stream walk and outing at Doolhof Winery is likewise an absolute necessity when in Wellington. Not to be beaten, Franschhoek plays host to some of South Africa’s top cafés and is hailed as South Africa’s foodie capital. Take a turn over here and book lunch at any of the world class cafés. While you’re out there why not book a spa treatment or back rub to release up before you head home.