Hi everyone, I've booked the 10am blue line but we'd like to have a picnic at Mont rochelle - it only opens at 12noon - which would mean 3 hours at the first stop on the route. It's not clear from the website or other threads if we could walk from one vineyard to another to try and catch up over the course of the day - meeting the wine tram at a stop further down essentially. Or are they just too far apart? thanks!
Can you please tell me what line we should take if we are looking to book dinner at Foliage? Is it possible to plan the day or half a day on the train with the option to plan for dinner at a specific time and place? Can you please also tell me if we were to book transportation through you from Cape Town and returning on the same day, what are the available times there and back. My husband and I are planning a visit for mid July. Thank you very much for your assistance.
Shari & Christian
Hi, I am little confused about the time schedules - is it possible to skip the first stop and return to it later in the day?
if we want to take the green line with childs 9 and 15 , its ok, or its definetly te yellow line ?
How on earth do you decide which route to take? They all seem great and impossible to differentiate from each other.
Thanks for the review - we're researching that for our trip next month. Can I ask, when did you book it and when you say 6 destinations, are the all the same route? We want to fit in lunch at one of them & are confused how to know where we'll be at what time!
Is there a difference between the Blue line and the Green line except for the order of the vineyards? Will we lose a 'stop' since the green line stops at Franschhoek village but the blue line does not?
Also, would Le Lude be the best option for lunch on the green line?