Club Seacret


Kloof Street Hotel

Cape Town, South Africa

September 16 -19, 2022

4 Days / 3 Nights
Kloof Street Hotel
$319.00 Per Person/Based on Double Occupancy Pod Room
Room upgrades available
Single/Double/Child/Upgrade Options Available – Per Person Pricing Chart Below
Last Date to Book: August 2, 2022

Your Seacret Escape Includes

Maximum of 2 Adults in Pod & Luxury Rooms
Maximum of 2 Adults and 2 Children in Luxury Suites
Children 0-12 child pricing available/ Ages 13-17 regular price



Arrive at the airport and transfer to the hotel, timing based on flight details provided*

Visit the welcome table in the hotel lobby

Welcome Reception at 18h00 Followed by Dinner at the Hotel


Breakfast at the Hotel

Depart for Cape Town Tour at 09h00 in Coach

Return to Hotel for Remainder of Day at Leisure

Dinner on Your Own


Breakfast at the Hotel

Depart for Full Day Winelands Tour at 09h00 (3 Wine Estates with Tastings)

Afternoon Travel to Franschhoek and Visit the Town

Late Afternoon Return to Cape Town

Farewell Dinner at the Hotel


Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out of the Hotel and Return to the Airport


Hotel Details

Located in Cape Town, within 1.3 miles of Table Mountain and 1.5 miles of CTICC, Kloof Street Hotel has accommodations with free WiFi. The property is close to Lifestyle On Kloof, Mediclinic Cape Town and De Waal Park. Robben Island Ferry is 1.9 miles from the hotel and V&A Waterfront is 2.1 miles away.

All guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with an electric tea pot and a flat-screen TV.
South African Museum And Planetarium is an 8-minute walk from Kloof Street Hotel. Cape Town International Airport is 11 miles away.


Half Day City Tour – Cape Town

Enjoy one of the most popular tours in South Africa, the Cape Town city tour.

What to Expect

Cape Town is southern Africa’s most beautiful, romantic and most visited city. Indeed, few urban centers anywhere can match its setting along the mountainous Cape Peninsula spine, which slides into the Atlantic Ocean. By far the most striking – and famous – of its sights is Table Mountain, frequently shrouded by clouds, and rearing up from the middle of the city. More than a scenic backdrop, Table Mountain is the solid core of Cape Town, dividing the city into distinct zones with public gardens, wilderness, forests, hiking routes, vineyards and desirable residential areas trailing down its lower slopes.

Situated below Table Mountain, Cape Town offers a rich cultural and industrial heritage, with a hive of activity and excitement. Join us for an afternoon or morning tour of Cape Town and experience the different seasons of the Mother City from both sides of the mountain. Bo Kaap. The Cape Town city tour commences with a stop at The V&A Waterfront which is South Africa’s most visited destination, attracting millions of visitors every year with its massive range of restaurants, shops, activities and free entertainment.

Drive past the residential suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay, positioned along the Atlantic seaboard this area is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world.

Thereafter visit the Bo-Kaap an area formerly known as the Malay Quarter, famous for its brightly coloured homes and romantic cobble stoned streets. While there, stopover at the museum, which dates back to the 1760s, and is the oldest house in the area still in its original form. It highlights the cultural contribution made by early Muslim settlers, many of whom were skilled tailors, carpenters, shoemakers and builders. Proceed to the Castle of Good Hope which is the oldest surviving building in South Africa.

Proceed to the Castle of Good Hope which is the oldest surviving building in South Africa. Built between 1666 and 1679, this pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built by Commander Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 upon establishing a maritime replenishment station at the Cape of Good Hope (Cape Town) for the Dutch East India Company, better known as the VOC (Verenigde Oos-Indische Compagnie). The Castle of Good Hope houses the regional headquarters of the South African Army in the Western Cape, the famous William Fehr Collection of historic artworks, the Castle Military Museum and ceremonial facilities for traditional Cape Regiments.

The tour culminates with a short visit to the Cape Diamond Museum, explore the history of the South African diamond rush and where it all began. Discover the world’s most famous diamonds with life-size replicas on display. Witness first-hand how rough diamonds are transformed into creations of fire and light.


Winelands Tour

The Cape Winelands tour is an absolute must do, be taken away by breath-taking vistas and majestic mountain backdrops in a setting steeped in rich culture and history. Rolling vineyards and quaint Cape Dutch homesteads await you, as well as award-winning wine farms offering some of the world’s best wines.

Begin your journey in Cape Town with a drive to the heart of the Cape Winelands and get to experience the great hospitality and beauty of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek. Discover the process of making wine from vineyard to the bottle and participate in a cellar tour accompanied by a wine and cheese tasting.



Kick off your Cape Winelands tour in Stellenbosch, also known as the Eikestad (City of Oaks in Afrikaans). It is not only the second oldest town in South Africa but also boasts the largest variety and concentration of vineyards, with more than 140 wine farms. Take a walk along oak lined streets and soak in the holiday atmosphere that characterizes this quiet “old world” town. Be taken back in time by the well-preserved examples of Cape Dutch style architecture, antique shops, national monuments including Dorp street, museums as well as South Africa’s oldest music school the Conservatoire. Visit a wine farm and participate in a cellar tour accompanied by a wine and cheese tasting.



The tour then proceeds to Paarl, the third oldest South African town and largest town in the Cape Winelands. View magnificently preserved classic Cape Dutch and Victorian buildings and visit Groot Drakenstein Correctional Centre formerly Victor Verster prison, where the legendary Nelson Mandela spent the final years of his incarceration. Get a chance to see the bronze statue of Mandela which now stands outside the prison to commemorate where he made the famous “walk to freedom” in 1990. Not to forget you will also get an opportunity to taste wine at one of Paarl’s renowned vineyards.



Drive to Franschhoek (French corner) an old town with a strong French history and influence that dates back to 1688. Many farms and businesses still hold onto their French names and the town’s atmosphere is uniquely French-like. The town’s close proximity to Cape Town combined with its ideal weather, architectural beauty, huge variety of culinary offerings and award winning wines make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cape Winelands. It has been described by many as the “food and wine capital” of South Africa. Take a walk in the town and be part of its rich history while enjoying the many art galleries, antique shops and charming restaurants that make up this magnificent town. Stop at the Huguenot Memorial before going on a cellar tour at a local wine estate for a wine tasting.

End your Cape Winelands Day tour with a scenic drive back to Cape Town.


Additional Information

*You will receive an email 30-45 days prior to travel to obtain your flight information so we can coordinate the transportation times from the airport to the resort.

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