12 Apostles Atlantic and Indian Ocean Combo

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The Twelve ApostlesMajestically located above the Atlantic Ocean, flanked by the magnificent Twelve Apostles and Table Mountain, discover a unique five-star experience close to the vibrant heart of the city. Our luxury boutique hotel offers beautifully appointed rooms, dramatic ocean views, delicious dining adventures, and an award-winning Spa, all delivered with the generous hospitality characteristic of Red Carnation Hotels. Step out onto the flora and fynbos-framed trails to explore our staggeringly beautiful setting, with iridescent sunsets that are known as the best in Cape Town. Our complimentary shuttle service to Camps Bay and V&A Waterfront keeps you connected to the city and the beaches, whilst also affording total luxury in our secluded coastal sanctuary.

An African Treasure and Export found in Cape Town. The Twelve Apostles Hotel has won numerous international awards primarily because of its people. The sought out, African expertise and people-focus culture of the Twelve Apostles Hotel staff has been exported to the UK. This documentary presented by the Red Carnations Group Manager, Michael Nel, highlights what makes this spectacular hotel so unique. Majestically located in a nature reserve and one of the new 7 wonders of the world above the Atlantic Ocean, flanked by the magnificent Twelve Apostles and Table Mountain. The unique five-star African experience is only 15 minutes from Cape Town. The luxury boutique hotel offers beautifully appointed rooms, dramatic ocean views, delicious dining adventures, and an award-winning Spa, all delivered with the generous hospitality characteristic of Red Carnation Hotels. Step out onto the flora and fynbos-framed trails to explore the staggeringly beautiful setting, with iridescent sunsets that are known as the best in Cape Town. Their complimentary shuttle service to Camps Bay and V&A Waterfront keeps people connected to the city and the beaches, whilst also affording total luxury in the secluded coastal sanctuary.

Day 1.

1. Arrive in Cape Town. Met at the airport and transferred to your hotel.

2. Check-in at hotel. Time to relax and freshen-up.

3. CAPE TOWN has a rich multi-cultural history because of its position as a stopping point for ships plying their trade between the east and the west. Today it is a meeting place for Africa and the rest of the world, which gives it its own vibrancy. Cape Town is a colourful and vibrant city surrounded by dramatic mountains and sandy beaches. It is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the world – presided over by one of the 7 Natural Wonders of The World – Table Mountain. The magic of Cape Town lies in the collision of natural wonder, diverse cultures, art, design and a thriving food and wine scene. Cape Malay, Dutch and British architecture sit side by side with cutting edge 21st century loft apartments and slick skyscrapers. Sit a while in Cape Town and take in the buzz and bustle of flower sellers, buskers, food markets and Capetonians going about their daily lives. A short ride away is the infamous Robben Island where you’ll find the erstwhile prison cell of the late Father of the Nation, Nelson Mandela.

4. Dinner – “Journey Through The Cape” included at the hotel (excluding drinks)

5. Overnight: The Twelve Apostles Hotel 5* (DB&B)

EXPERIENCES IN CAPE TOWN • Table Mountain • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens • Robben Island • Art Galleries & Museums


  1. Cape Town City tour: Half-day escorted private tour
  2. The diverse cultural heritage and rich historic past are evident when one visits the various national museums and sights such as the Castle Good Hope dating back to the Dutch East Indies Company, Robben Island, the South African Cultural History Museum, the District Six Museum, and the unique Gold of Africa Museum. Stop off and visit the Waterfront, the Aquarium, St George’s Cathedral and the South African Museum, Table Mountain, Camps Bay and Seapoint along the Atlantic Coast.
  3. Dinner – at leisure to enjoy great innovative local cuisine or one of the many restaurants at the Waterfront or in the city.
  4. Overnight: Overnight: The Twelve Apostles Hotel 5* (B&B)


  1. Full day Peninsula escorted private tour.
  2. A ride around the Cape Peninsula sets the tone for a touring holiday of spectacular proportions. The playgrounds of the rich and famous at Clifton and Camps Bay are passed through on the way to the Chapman’s Peak and Hout Bay. Cutting into the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the road makes for one of the most magnificent drives in the world. Cross over Red Hill and make your way through the historic navel town of Simon’s Town before moving onto the wild and rocky promontory of Cape Point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans are supposed to meet. Visit the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point Nature Reserve at the meeting point of the two ocean currents. Visit the penguin colony at Boulders Beach and enjoy a live encounter with these fascinating creatures.
  3. Head out of the reserve clinging to the coastline, before turning inland through the thick forests of Constantia Neck to the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and the city.
  4. Dinner – at leisure.
  5. Overnight: Overnight: The Twelve Apostles Hotel 5* (B&B)


  1. At leisure for optional tours or just relaxing
  2. Enjoy a day at the beach, a helicopter flight, a round of golf or a shopping spree.
  3. Dinner – at leisure.
  4. Overnight: Overnight: The Twelve Apostles Hotel 5* (B&B)


Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European, and Indian cultures. KwaZulu-Natal was made up of the old province of Natal, and the old homeland of KwaZulu. It also has a Zulu king based in Ulundi.

KwaZulu-Natal is South Africa’s most diverse province, offering grand mountains, fine tropical beaches and exceptional Big Five wilderness areas and sunny weather. It has numerous sugar cane plantations and relics of the great battles in South African history.

1. After breakfast transfer from your hotel to the Cape Town airport.

(Flight to Durban for own account – not included)

2. Arrive in Durban and transferred to your hotel on the Umhlanga beach front.

3. Dinner at the hotel.

4. Overnight: The Oyster Box Hotel – Luxury Sea facing room (B&B)

South Africa’s most cherished hotel stands majestically on Umhlanga’s beachfront, overlooking the Indian Ocean & the iconic lighthouse. Spectacularly situated on the ocean’s edge, with direct beach access and just five minutes’ walk from Umhlanga Village Centre, The Oyster Box enjoys an idyllic location.


Day 6: DURBAN – Morning Private City Tour

The city Durban is an amazing cosmopolitan mix of people and cultures and is home to the largest Indian community outside the Indian subcontinent. Plunge yourself into the hustle and bustle of the crowds at Victoria Street Market as you breathe in the rich aromas of exotic spices and try your hand at bartering for bargains.

Drive along Durban’s distinctive beachfront fondly known as the ‘Golden Mile’ one of the main tourist attractions in the Durban. The wide stretch of golden sands serves as an excellent destination for beach goers who make their way there to enjoy the sunshine and warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

Wind your way through the signature Art Deco buildings that populate Durban City. Continue past the world-renowned uShaka Marine World – the fifth largest aquarium in the world – to The Point which is situated at the harbour entrance to Durban Port. This is followed by the Victoria Embankment, also known as Durban Waterfront. Visit the colourful and lively Victoria Street Market. This aromatic and energetic market is the oldest of its kind in Durban city and houses a blend of African and Indian spices, crafts, and cultures.

End your day off with a quick and refreshing stroll through the Durban Botanical Gardens (time permitting) which is currently Africa’s oldest surviving Botanic Gardens having been established in 1849. Tour ends with drop off at the hotel.

Overnight: The Oyster Box Hotel – Luxury Sea facing room (B&B)

Day 7: DURBAN – Half day Private tour to The Valley of 1000 Hills

The Valley of 1000 Hills is named after the many hills, cliffs and valleys that rise from the banks of the Umgeni River as it flows from the distant Drakensberg Mountains to the Indian Ocean. The valley has been home to the Zulu people for centuries, with many continuing to practice and live their unique traditional lifestyle. The hybrid European and Zulu culture is what makes it the most desirable place to visit.

1. Experience both traditional and modern world renown Zulu culture, from customs to beliefs within urban to peri-urban, and rural to semi-rural settings. Enjoy a visit to the Sangoma (traditional healer/fortune teller), local curio shops for souvenirs, safari and reptile park experience and talk with village elders.

2. Afternoon at leisure.

3. Overnight: The Oyster Box Hotel – Luxury Sea facing room (B&B)


1. After breakfast time at leisure in before the departure to the airport.

2. Depart Cape Town



ZAR 52,000 per person sharing (±$3374)– Low season (01 Apr- 30 Sep, 01 Dec – 14 Dec)

ZAR 57,550 per person sharing (±$3778)– Mid season (06 Jan-31Mar, 01Oct- 30 Nov)

ZAR 65,300 per person sharing (±$4200) – High Season (15 Dec – 31 Dec)


Cost includes Prices are per person sharing

  • Accommodation in 5* hotels based on a Luxury room at The 12 Apostles and on a Luxury Sea Facing room at The Oyster Box.
  • Full buffet breakfasts daily
  • Bottle of Sparkling Wine on arrival at the 12 Apostles
  • Two dinners: one at The 12 Apostles and one at The Oyster Box.
  • Transfers and tours as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary

Cost excludes:

  • Meals other than stated
  • All drinks and refreshments not specified
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry, ‘phone calls etc
  • Tips for drivers and guides
  • Regional & domestic airfares

Optional Extras

The Art of Flight
The Art of Flight. Savour unforgettable views with a helicopter flight over the scenic Atlantic Seaboard before landing at The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa. Indulge in a selection of curated food experiences, from sushi and wine pairings to our loved Tea by the sea. Prices: Available on request. Departure from the V&A Waterfront.
Have a swing on a Golf Course
Have a swing on a Golf Course. Cape Town is one of the leading golf destinations in Africa, and The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa offers easy access to more than 20 memorable courses, from championship layouts surrounded by vineyards to dramatic links-style layouts clinging to the Atlantic coast. Local clubs are famous for their hospitality, and guests are welcomed throughout the week. Prices: Available on request
Cape Winelands Private Tour

CAPE WINELANDS – PRIVATE TOUR: Stellenbosch & Franschhoek
Includes: Three Wine Tastings, Stellenbosch Museum, local sightseeing
ZAR 5,900 (2 pax) – excluding lunch

  1. The renowned scenic winelands of the Cape offer a wide variety of styles and tastes in wine. From the classic meant-to age wines to the full fruity, fashionable New World wines.
  2. South Africa is well known for producing high quality, drinkable wines and is also the birthplace of Pinotage. The majority of South Africa’s wine is made in the Western Cape, within easy reach of the city. Whether you are a wine afficionado or a novice, our expert guides will take you on a ‘sipping safari’ among the vines suited to your personal taste.
  3. Spectacular scenery, superb food, and a wealth of other elements such as history, art and of course, wine making, all come standard with a trip to the vineyards of the Cape Winelands.
  4. Visit some the local premier wineries and estates en route such as:
  5. Tokara Wine Estate is a modern winery with dramatic views over Stellenbosch and False Bay. The visitor is treated to expansive vineyard views, tastings & an art gallery plus a chic restaurant. Powerful reds and delicate whites focused on Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc offer an exciting range of wines, and an olive oil plant nearby adds to the atmosphere of the area. Over the years the obvious connection with fine art has been extended to the winery entrance which houses a gallery of curated art and a sculpture garden.
  6. Delaire Graff Estate. With breath-taking views over the Banghoek Valley from the terrace, Delaire Graff is dedicated to beauty in its many forms. Jeweller Laurence Graff has transformed an extraordinary natural setting into a world-class destination for wine, art, and cuisine. With 20 hectares of vineyards planted with Bordeaux reds and Chardonnay grapes, they produce supremely elegant vintages and have been named one of the Top 50 wineries by the World’s Best Vineyards — placing them first within the African continent.
  7. L’Ormarins Wine Estate, one of the oldest in the Franschhoek Valley, was acquired by the late Dr Anton Rupert in 1969 and is now under the ownership of Johann Rupert. The estate produces award-winning wines, L’Ormarins being just one of the farms and brands within the Anthonij Rupert stable. Enjoy some Huguenot legacy at one of the prettiest wine estates in the whole of the winelands. The Franschhoek Motor Museum on the estate houses one of the biggest collections of vintage cars in the world. L’Ormarin is also known for its horses but especially its wines.
  8. La Motte wines have won a host of international awards and are highly sought-after. Their fine wines, including some exceptional reds, can be sampled in the stylish tasting room. Visit the museum and art Gallery. The largest room in the museum is dedicated to the life and art of one of South Africa’s greatest masters, Jacob Hendrik Pierneef. A selection of works by other South African artists are also exhibited.
  9. Lunch at a local restaurant or wine estate (own account)
Durban - High Tea

The Oyster Box has long been famous for its elegant High Tea, served beneath the waving fans and striking chandeliers – purchased from the Savoy Hotel in London – of the Palm Court. Accompanied by the dulcet tones of our resident pianist, guests can enjoy the unhurried High tea experience, served at two sittings each afternoon. Elegant tea stands are served individually to each table, laden with a generous spread that includes savoury bites inspired by local culinary traditions and classic teatime sweet treats including freshly-bakes scones, quiches, and cakes.

Monday – Sundays: 2.30pm – 5pm

Price: R320 per person (Monday – Thursday)
R430 per person (Friday – Sunday)

Durban - Incredible curry buffet

The Curry Buffet in the Ocean Terrace Restaurant continues to attract fans from far and wide. Set in the casual, Mediterranean-inspired Ocean Terrace, with gorgeous views across the Indian Ocean, the impressive curry selection, of at least 11 curries daily, includes meat, fish, and vegetarian options. Using delicate blends of spices and fresh herbs, each curry is a masterpiece.

Monday – Sunday: Lunch and dinner

Price: R 540 per person, advanced booking is essential
Please note, menus are not Kosher or Halaal.