Shark cage experience

The shark cage as seen by one of our French clients:

I really enjoyed this experience, seeing a shark for the first time is surprising but I was not scared. The safety instructions are given to us before getting on the boat which can give confidence to the most stressed. The sharks I saw were not very aggressive which gives a feeling of security once in the cage. To my great surprise I was able to see a Menta ray. The company creates a good group atmosphere. For the more curious, we...

Health and Safety Measures


           How is African Eagle taking action against coronavirus ?


                        Your health is our number one priority and we hope that your travels will be as unaffected as possible.


          African Eagle has put a safety protocol into place to ensure you s...

E-Bike Tour in Zevenwacht Wine Estate


Wine and sports enthusiast ? We've got what you need.

Join us for a 2h fun ride in the vines on Saturday 08 and Sunday 09 February in the beautiful vineyard of Zevenwacht.

This historical property is located in the region of Stellenbosch. It is one of the oldest and most important wineries in the region. Renowned for the quality of its wines, it is fortunate to be located on fertile soil.


A full day E-Biking in the winelands of Stellenbosch

On a windy day in Cape Town I got up to get ready for my first electric bike tour ever. I had been told these were quite fun but for a strange reason I always thought it was something for lazy people. Though I thought I’d give it a try and I combined this first experience with a couple wine tastings in the wine region of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek as I love wine and mountains.

We arrived at Stellenbosch, South Africa’s second-oldest town while the weather changed to a...

Marine Eco Tour Skipper reactivity saves entangled whale


       On a regular daily Marine Eco Tour excursion last Friday, March 29th, African Eagle boat skipper Francois Stapelberg came across a whale entangled in fishing rope, fishing gear and floatation buoys, 1.5 nautical miles off-shore of the Sea Point Pavilion.


       This 10 meter juvenile Southern Right whale was entangled and exhausted for at least a couple weeks as she was spotted around the same ar...

PART 3 - Life Of Michael Baker

Living in Cape Town is truly a fantastic privelege. I am not sure that there are many places in the world where one can within half an hour’s drive literally be in another world.

One could be transported literally and figuratively form the hustle and bustle of the city with its incumbent sights and sounds to the serenity and natural beauty of the winelands regions of Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Paarl. As a local I am able to feel like a tourist and explore the various wine fa...

PART 2 - Life Of Michael Baker


Cape Town, my home for fifty years, some describe it as Europe in Africa. This might be true because at various stages in our history we were colonized by the Dutch and then the English. The French also rocked up on our shores as religious exiles. 

So yes, the European influence is evident, and continues to be so. We are however a multicultural city created by the migration of people from the north east and west, slaves brought in by the Dutch, arrivals from Eu...

Saint Patrick's Day

Celebrated by the Irish from all over the world, from Dublin to New York, St. Patrick's Day is one of the most important festivals in Ireland. Before talking about the events planned in Cape Town, let’s trace the history of this festival and its origins.

Saint Patrick, known as the “Apostle of Ireland”, once explained the concept of the Holy Trinity to the Irish in a sermon at the Rock of Cashel using a clover. Therefore, this has become the symbol of Ireland (...

PART 1 - Life Of Michael Baker

My name is Michael Baker. I was born in District Six in the 60’s and have been living in Cape Town ever since. Having lived here all my life, I had come to take so much for granted. It is only when I started to work in the tourism industry that my appreciation for this truly amazing city was realized.

Living in the constant presence of Table Mountain, having fun at our amazing beaches and just being in the space that is Cape Town and its diverse communities almost numbed me to...

Our guide Line For water usage

Dear African Eaglers,

As of last months, Cape Town has implemented level 5 water restrictions as a result of not enough water being saved. We, African Eagle would like to warn you for this upcoming water crisis when you come and visit our beautiful country. In order to help the community and prevent the consequences, that you can see on the site provided by News24* being made by stating the water crisis as one of our main priorities and save as much as we c...