Constantia Valley and Winelands Ebike tour
Effortless rides along Cape Town's most scenic routes.
Visit the oldest Urban wine-making region of Cape town
Nestled behind table mountain is The Constantia valley, the oldest Urban wine-making region of the Western Cape with incredible landscapes and views.
The Valley with the surrounding mountain is the perfect place to be visited by Ebikes, going on a single track through a forest of weeping's willow, oak and pine tree forest then visiting the award-winning wine estates.
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Constantia Valley and winelands Overview:
This route will take you through the green belt of Constantia visiting 3 of the oldest wine farms from the Constantia Valley.
The ride will start on a fairly easy single track through the Constantia green belt passing along the Keisers river alongside weeping willow trees, Oak trees and a Pinetree forest, then we will be heading to Buitenverwachting wine estate, Klein Constantia wine estate, and Groote Constantia for a cup of Coffee or Tea.
Mountain bike riders possibility to add an Extra 11 Km
A really beautiful and enjoyable ride going through the forest and the residential neighbourhood to reach an amazing viewpoint of the Constantia valley, the Cape Flat and False bay.
This offer is only valid from 4 riders and +
Choose the Extra options when booking (R300 P/P)
The tour price includes:
Knowledgeable and enthusiastic personal guide (DEAT qualified)
Fully charged electric bicycle fitted to your size
Bottle of water
The tour price excludes:
Transfers from the accommodation. Meeting place of the tour
Important Information and riding level
This Ebike Tours is part on a single track, bicycle paths and roads.
natural and gravel paths, easy single trails with small roots, basic bicycle handling like standing up and starting or stopping without being seated.
Minimum height = 1,6m.
Maximum weight = 105kg
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THERE: Peddlars 32 Spaanschemat River Rd & Brounger Rd Constantia, Cape Town
What to wear:
A pair of cycling shorts is recommended, but normal shorts will suffice if you do not have cycling shorts.
Closed walking shoes, sunglasses and a windbreaker. Most importantly, sun protection and your camera!