along the Western Cape and Garden Route
Start in Stellenbosch, South Africa’s second-oldest town. Dedicate your first morning to exploring its oak-lined roads, making sure to visit Oom Samie Se Winkel and the Village Museum. Once you’ve finished soaking up the old-world atmosphere, drive to the lovely small town of Franschhoek, stopping en route for a scenic picnic lunch on the lawns of the Boschendal Wine Estate. After visits to Franschhoek’s Huguenot Monument and Museum, drop in for a wine-tasting session at Tokara, a modern winery with a sensational setting on Helshoogte Pass. Return to Stellenbosch and wind down with dinner at Oude Werf, the country’s oldest ...