- Ultimate urban sunset safari experience in the heart of Cape Town
- Inspirational outdoor setting
- Private pop-up bar with a view
- Served by your own private barman
- Enjoy local craft gin for your G&Ts in style
- Delectable goodies from local purveyors
2-3 hours: 18h00 (or as specified by Ozzy)
- any day by request (follow book now)
from R750 p.p.
Private safari cocktail experiences can be booked for any day – min group size 6, or on a quote basis for smaller groups. To enquire email: email@example.com
In Cape Town, there are the well-known, touristy sundowner spots, and then there are the awesome hidden gems that travel designer Ozzy Yerlikaya shares with only a select few. “It’s all the secret spots I used to take first dates on to watch the sun go down!” he laughs. So, when you book one of his Sunset Appreciation Masterclasses and you receive a WhatsApp on the morning of the experience with a pin of the top-secret location of your sundowners, you better believe it’ll blow your mind.
That, and the fact that Ozzy offers you and your friends your own personalised bar service. This is no ordinary sundowner experience. As you arrive at the secret destination (when you see the silver or bronze limited edition Land Rover Defender, stop!) you’re ushered over to your own alfresco cocktail lounge, complete with super-swish Melvill and Moon safari furniture and a beautiful Turkish carpet with scatter cushions.
From here on out, it’s as simple as asking Ozzy to pour you one of his legendary G&Ts – made with local craft gin and tonic – from his mobile bar station, while you bliss out on the view and great company. And food! Ozzy will ask you beforehand to specify whether you have any dietary requirements and arrange a platter of delectable goodies (anything from charcuterie, artisanal cheeses and smoked salmon to veggie crudités, dips and savoury biscuits) to help you line the stomach.
Once the sun has set and the gin’s been sipped, it’s as easy as taking an Uber (Ozzy is adamant that this be a responsible drinking experience) to the evening’s next adventure. After all, the night’s still young.