Our company, AWETHENTIQ, is authorised agent for The Blue Train. Over and above acting as booking agent, we also arrange safari’s, visits to game reserves, hotel and farm stays, wine & brandy tours, helicopter flights, airline reservations, etc.
We are AwethentiQ – a combination of awesome, authentic and unique. We only promote what we have experienced ourselves.
In our team:
Karen – Photographer
Amanda, Tour Guide
Pieter – Director, Blogger
Our company is authorisedagent for The Blue Train. Over and above acting as booking agent, we also arrange safari’s, visits to game reserves, hotel and farm stays, wine & brandy tours, helicopter flights, airline reservations, etc.
We do regional day tours in the Western Cape and guided walking tours in Cape Town CBD area.
You have flown in from across the globe, spent thirteen or thirty hours in a confined space ten kilometres above terra firma. Do you really want to spend your few days in South Africa traveling more?
Cape Town offers you the Big Five, plus whales and sharks, all well within 250km.
A city is a city and malls are equal, right? So why Cape Town?
Simply because of its pristine white beaches, scenic coastal and rural roads, Table Mountain National Park. It is diverse, it is cosmopolitan yet it is natural. No other city in South Africa can offer you the sheer beauty, or Kirstenbosch botanical gardens set against the backdrop of beautiful Table Mountain.
You don’t need to travel 1,500km just to go see the next city where you will be paying more and see much, much less. Well-meaning social media influencers will woo you, seduce you for your tourist dollar with promises of a natural wonderland but, when you arrive there, won’t you be disappointed?
Many other big South African coastal cities don’t even have truly white sand. Inland, there is no equal to the scenic beauty of Cape Town and everything costs more, also you need to pay for access almost everywhere.
A visit to South Africa really means a visit to Cape Town, unless you can stay for three weeks.
Don’t believe the many local travel tweeters who try to tell you otherwise – even ninety thousand Britons yet again ruled Cape Town as Number One. Five years in a row!
Set in between majestic mountain ranges, the illustrious vineyards flank the Breede River. This officially is the fifth Karoo region of South Africa, yet most locals see it as a Boland wine region. They aren’t wrong in that, either.
Tourists seldom get to see this beautiful valley, stretching from Tulbagh in the west to Bonnievale in the east. This is the Forgotten Paradise, a world left untouched, to quite some degree.
We are now taking you there, so that you can share in the beauty and in the spoils of this extended valley.
Some of the world’s finest wines, brandies, olives, dried fruit, natural beauty, farm stays, some even in the mountain wildernesses.
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly design your ultimate experience.