Our Brazilian incentive travel group jetted into Cape Town on a sunny winter’s day for 4 glorious nights at The Table Bay Hotel. They were treated to a delicious welcome lunch in the Atlantic Restaurant, before retiring to their comfortable rooms to freshen up and unpack.

An elegant welcome dinner was hosted for them that evening at The Two Oceans Aquarium, with an exciting entrance via the fluorescently lit “jelly babies” jellyfish exhibit. On entering the Shark Exhibit venue, they were welcomed by scuba divers in the main tank displaying their company welcome message, accompanied by shoals of fish and a large turtle.  A delicious 3 course plated dinner was enjoyed to background music provided by a private saxophonist.

What a perfect welcome to wonderful Cape Town!

Their days followed with many exciting activities, private drinks (& hot chocolate!) on the summit of Table Mountain, a funicular ride at Cape Point with lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant and an afternoon walk with the penguins at Boulders Beach.

The Cape Winelands was a highlight, with a cellar tour and private wine & cheese tasting, followed by a sumptuous buffet lunch at Neethlingshof Wine Estate. Dinners were enjoyed sampling the many culinary delights which Cape Town has to offer, from mouth-watering steaks at Belthazar Restaurant to an African feast at Gold Restaurant.

The group were treated to nightly room drop gifts, from elegant stainless steel beaded wine stoppers and Amarula fudge to traditionally carved wooden animals. Their next stop was a whirlwind 24 hours on safari at Kapama River Lodge where the group enjoyed a private sunset drinks stop, followed by a private bush dinner with African dancers and singers to entertain them under the African sky.

An early game drive to track the Big 5, on a chilly morning, was their final highlight before departing to Johannesburg for a quick overnight stop and then home with lasting memories and new friendships.

Thanks to Gavin Withers photography for capturing the Cape Town portion of the trip and Villiers Steyn for capturing the Kapama experience.