Once again, Equus plays host to the most lavish affair Cape Town has to offer. Taking place on Africa’s chic Miami mile, an evening of grandeur awaits as we create a new year’s celebration of unsurpassed elegance.
Equus Collection create experiences for our clients that they never forget. If its generic, if you can buy it over the counter, the you can forget about it. We are in the business of creating moments that move you, memories that last. Experiences where quality is paramount, every single detail is make-or-break and where we deliver every time no matter what.
Its not just New Years Eve, it’s Cape Town’s most exclusive night. Equus New Year’s Eve is a Luxuriously lavish party, favored by South Africa’s A-Listers, socialites and celebrities. This New Year’s eve, join the ranks of South Africa’s Social Elite and welcome 2018 in Style when equus transforms camps bay into a night of elegance and opulence.
Usher in the new year with premium bar service, private butlers, sumptuous cuisine and world-class Equus entertainment all night long. Join us and experience South Africa’s A-List nightlife scene with an unparalleled New Year’s Eve party.
31 DECEMBER | 8PM TIL LATE | DRESS: DARING
Travel dates: 31 December 2017 – 3 January 2018
R16 700 per person
Don’t get left behind on what will be an unforgettable experience, visit www.kayafm.co.za for more details
For queries, contact Peter on firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 918 9736 for bookings.
Check in at OR Tambo International Airport
Flight from OR Tambo Johannesburg to Cape Town International Airport
Depart JNB 07H05 Arrive DBX 09H30
Transfer to Pepper Club & Spa
10H30 Early check in and brunch
12H00 -18H00 Free afternoon
19H00 Cocktails at hotel before transfer to NYE 2018
20H00 – 02H00 NYE 2018 party Camps Bay (transfers available back to the hotel from 00H30)
07H00 – 10H00 Breakfast at the hotel/Free morning
12H30 – 14:30 Transfer to Steenberg Vineyards
Lunch & Wine Tasting
DJ 1D Entertainment
18H00 Transfer back to hotel
19H00 Late cocktails at the poolside
07H00-10H00 Breakfast at hotel/Free morning
14H30 Late check out
15H00 Transfer to the Cape Town Airport
18H05 Depart Cape Town
20H00 Arrive at OR Tambo
The Cape’s first farm, established in 1682, has come a long way from its humble beginnings.
Just 20 minutes from the bustling heart of the Mother City, Steenberg feels miles from the world.
Steenberg Farm boasts the 5-Star Steenberg Hotel, with 24 rooms encapsulating the dictum of understated luxury, offering spectacular views and discrete, personalised service.
The Hotel’s buildings have been lovingly restored and declared a National Monument. Here the legendary elegance and traditions of the 17th century blend harmoniously with the most refined comforts and conveniences of our modern age.
A diverse dining destination with award winning Catharina’s Restaurant offering a fine contemporary experience or Bistro Sixteen82 whom has been recognized as one of the World’s 20 Best Winery Restaurants. Guests can enjoy tapas and bistro-style dining here or explore award winning wines at the Tasting Room adjacent to Bistro Sixteen82.
A complete destination, the Farm produces some of the finest Sauvignon Blanc in South Africa, along with several other celebrated varietals.
A visually spectacular and technically challenging 18-hole golf course features as part of the beautiful scenery at Steenberg Farm.
If you are in doubt as to the safety of a particular area or attraction, contact the National Tourism Information and Safety line on +27 (0) 83-123-2345. The number may also be used for practical assistance in replacing lost documents or reporting incidents.
We have very strict drinking and driving laws, with a maximum allowable alcohol blood content of 0.05%. Translated that means about one glass of wine for the average woman, and perhaps 1.5 or 2 for the average or larger man. Our speed limits are 120 kmph on the open road, 100 kmph on smaller roads and between 60 and 80 kmph in towns. Be aware that even major national roads cut through residential areas, so there may be a speed limit of 80 or 60 kmph on a road that looks like an autobahn. This is to protect pedestrians, especially children, so we really do encourage people to comply.