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12 Day South African Dawn

Johannesburg - Mpumalanga - Kruger - Swaziland -

Kwa Zulu - Durban - Sani Pass - Transkei -

Eastern Cape - Garden Route - Karroo - Cape Town


Brief Description:

The Luxury way of touring South Africa. The best of all in one.

Highlights: Outstanding Scenery, Whales (July-Nov), Agullas most Southern

Tip of Africa, Ostrich farms, Cango Caves, Indigenous forests, big 5 safari, Coastlines.



Day 1 - JHB - Pilgrimsrest



Our fantastic journey begins in Johannesburg

(Gauteng)City of Gold from its rich gold mining history

Gauteng


You will be met by our guide from Eco Afrika Tours and embark on your discovery of South Africa.


We will briefly discuss the tour and its details so

that we you can enjoy a trouble free holiday.

Departing on the N12 we join up with the N4 East via Dullstroom the Trout mecca of

South Africa where we will indulge in a delightful lunch with fresh mountain trout and Chardonnay.

We stop to marvel the history and splendor

of yest-er years ghost mining town Pilgrims rest.

Then a short trip to Angels View for a splendid

supper on the magnificent Eco estate high on a mountain.

Accommodation: Hoyohoyo Angel's View Eco Estate 4 stars

Lunch: Dullstroom [excluded]

Supper: Hotel Restaurant [Excl]


Day 2 - km

After a truly South African Breakfast we start our

day with one of a kind experience at Gods Window.

We continue to the famous Bourk's Luck Potholes.

Bourke's Luck Potholes are

without doubt incredible.

Essentially they're the result of decades of swirling

eddies of water where the Treur River

meets the Blyde River, the tumult of which has

caused extensive water erosion over time.

The result is a series of cylindrical rock sculptures that look as

though they would be more comfortable on the moon.

We stop at the 3 Rondawels

The view point is spectacular.

From here one looks over the canyon to the Three

Rondavels on the other side of the northern edges of the 

Drakensberg range of mountains. An outlook that is overwhelmingly

beautiful and deserves more than a moment's respite.

We drop down the plateau and turn down a dust road via Exeter to something

truly amazing and hart warming. Jessica a 2 ton tame hippo

Click on image for video

We spend the afternoon at Kirstenbosch National Botanical

Gardens and also enjoy our supper there at their magnificent restaurant.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: Kirstenbosch Restaurant [Excl]

Day 3

Today we do a Peninsula Tour via the Western Boulevard through Bantry Bay,

Clifton with its hillside condos for the rich and famous down to Cape Point, the

"Tip of Africa", the Cape Point Nature Reserve where the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans meet.

We travel along the breathtakingly beautiful mountains

and its road inspectors, The Cape Blue Monkey and Baboon.

We visit the quaint little fishing village of Hout Bay and

do an ocean trip along the beautiful coastline past seal island.

From there we move onto Simons Town and it penguin colony at Boulders.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: SELF [Excluded]

Day 4

After a full South African Breakfast we travel towards the
 mountains up to Stellenbosch, into the Wine Country of South Africa.
Here you will palate the most delicate bouquets
of some of South Africa's best wines, Sherries and ports.
We enjoy an open-air picnic at the Spier Wine Estate.
Tonight we sleep in Stellenbosch at a venue
 so amazing it will move you back in time.
Lunch: Spier Picnic
Accommodation: Ouwe Werf
Supper: Wijn Huis Excl

In the heart of the Winelands a town is nestled amongst magnificent mountains and vineyards
stretching as far as the eye can see. In the center of this town, Stellenbosch, an Inn has been
 standing for centuries. An Inn where the charming traditions of the Cape have been preserved
The 25 individually decorated en-suite bedrooms combine traditional Old Cape atmosphere with
 modern comfort and convenience. Beautiful authentic antiques and faithfully copied reproductions
 grace all our rooms. 15 Luxury rooms are decorated with genuine period pieces
 with several beds dating from the 1830's Georgian period (Rooms 4, 5 & 9).
The 8 twin and 7 double luxury rooms are mostly situated in the original building with six in the new
wing which was built in 1990. The new wing rooms were built to modern hotel standards and have
separate showers as opposed to bath/shower combinations. Even though they are newer than the old
rooms by 170 years, they have all the charm of the Old Cape and can boast some of the most beautiful furniture

Day 5

This day takes us through the beautiful Franshoek Valley onto Villiers Dorp, where we

visit the unforgettable Kelkie Wyn Wine Cellars and the picturesque Theewaterkloof Dam.

Then down to the coast to the small fishing village of Hermanus

(The Whale Capitol of the World). We spend an afternoon relaxing

to your own whim. As night falls we listen to the call of the whales.

Lunch: Hermanus

Accommodation: The Marine

An elegant hotel situated atop the cliffs at Hermanus outside Cape Town,

The Marine Hotel overlooks South Africa's premier whale watching location.

Hermanus has become the premier-viewing site of the Southern Right Whale from June until December,

and has earned the reputation of having the world's best land based viewing because of the high cliffs and deep waters.

The Marine Hermanus is unique in its situation perched on the edge of the earth, in one of the most beautiful,

natural landscapes the world has to offer – nothing between the Hotel and the Antarctic other than a few

thousand miles of ocean. The "whales eye" view of life on the mainland is of a dramatic

mountainscape overflowing with African Fynbos, the indigenous Cape Flora.

The Grand old lady of the Cape was built in 1902, and has been at the center of South African hospitality ever since.

The hotel was closed in February 1998 for 8 months of frantic restoration for Liz McGrath to inject the style and

elegance that has become her hallmark. Oliver Cooke, the General Manager, opened The Marine in October 1998,

this time as a five-star hotel. In January 2000 the hotel was accepted into the membership of

Relais and Chateaux and secured its position on the stage of world class hotels.

Supper: Marine - Excl.

Day 6

Depart for Garden Route via scenic East Coast Drive through Gansbaai.
Lunch in Zandrift in Swellendam.
Off to Mossel Bay with its old world charm, the Cape St.Blaize
lighthouse, the Post Office Tree & Maritime Museum of Diaz.

We overnight in the beautiful Fancourt Country Estate in George.
Accommodation: Fancourt Country Estate DBB

Lunch: Zandrift [excluded]
Supper: Hotel Restaurant [Excl]
Day 7
Depart after breakfast we head for the fascinating Little Karoo
 through the Outeniqua Pass with Proteas & Erica in full bloom.

On to Oudtshoorn, the Capital of the Ostrich Kingdom.
We visit the ever-enchanting Cango Caves, an Ostrich Show Farm with succulent Ostrich Steak & Red Wine.

We simmer into the African night at the La Plume
Luxury Ostrich Farm Guesthouse in the foothills of Oudtshoorn.
Accommodation: La Plume Luxury Ostrich Farm Guesthouse DBB

Lunch: Ostrich Farm [included]
Supper: La Plume Luxury Ostrich Farm Guesthouse [Included]
Day 8
Depart after breakfast for Knysna the jewel of the
Garden Route via the Outeniqua Pass, George & Wilderness.

We do a town tour including the Famous Knysna Heads,
Waterfront and get to shop in the craft markets for which Knysna is famous.

As the sunsets we set of on a sundowner cruise on the Knysna Lagoon to the Heads.

We overnight at the talk of the Garden Route, Phantom Forest.
Accommodation: Phantom Forest DBB

 
Privately owned within 137ha of Nature Reserve, on the Knysna River, the Phantom
Forest Eco-Reserve offers guests a unique bio-diversity of Afromontane Forest,
Estuarine Wetland and Cape Coastal Fynbos. Over 80 bird species, bushpig, Buscbuck, grysbok,
 the rare blue Duiker (Africa's smallest antelope), and a variety of smaller game occur.
Using only sustainable materials and drawing inspiration directly from nature, a harmonious
balance has been created, from ragged thatch rising into the forest canopy, to wood shingle,
from meandering boardwalks to a 'Freshwater' natural pool... Phantom Forest awaits you.
Lunch: Waterfront or Oyster Tavern [Excluded]
Supper: Phantom Forest [Excl]
Day 9
Next morning we board the Outeniqua steam train to George with a cold buffet picnic with selected wines on board.

Our guide will pick you up in George and we return to Knysna for a township tour.
Here you will get a one on one chance to meet the black people where they live,
see the "Sangoma" or magic man, and find out how they live.

Accommodation: Phantom Forest BB
Lunch: On Train [Included]
Supper: JJ's Waterfront Restaurant [Excl]
 
Day 10
Today we find us onboard the Featherbed Nature Reserve ferry and we sail into the Knysna Heads.
 We take a short hiking trail and we enjoy a fish lunch in the forest under large Milkwood trees.
 We spent the afternoon at leisure in the arts and crafts markets of Knysna.

Accommodation: Phantom Forest BB
Lunch: Featherbed [Included]
Supper: Phantom Forest [Excl]

 




Our fantastic journey begins in Cape Town; the Mother City of South Africa first started

in 1652 by Jan van Riebeeck. From the airport, we set off to enjoy the open crisp air

1,087 meters up on top of the famous Table Mountain by means of the cable car.

(Weather permitting - otherwise we divert to the V&A Waterfront).

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Looking out over our President - Nelson Mandela's old prison on Robin Island and the

entire Cape Town, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Blauberg Strand and up and down the coast as far as the eye can see.

Clean fresh air after your long flight and stretch your legs and where we will discuss

briefly the tour and its details so that we you can enjoy a trouble free holiday with us.

From there we will undertake an orientation tour of Cape Town and the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

The rest of the day is at leisure in the waterfront to relax and browse the shops.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Situated on its own quay in the world-famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town,

family owned Cape Grace is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Through its charm, style, relaxed informality and flawless service, it was voted their Hotel of the year in 1999,

and South Africa's Top Individual Hotel in 1998 and 1999 – fair reward for Cape Grace's generosity of spirit

and its unique personalized attention. Here you'll find the staff warm, flexible, full of initiative and prepared

to go the extra mile. The architecture and decor have been tailored around the requirements of today's

leisure and business traveler, with environments of rich colors and texture, wood, natural fabrics and earthy tones.

Guestrooms are immaculately appointed, calm, spacious areas, as refreshing and inviting as the breath-taking

views of mountains and ocean you'll see through the French doors. Amenities at Cape Grace include a private

swimming pool hidden by trellised gardens and Quay West restaurant, where some of Cape Town's

best-regarded cuisine is served in a light, natural and relaxing atmosphere.

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: Hotel Restaurant [Excl]


After breakfast we take a walk to freedom and visit Robben Island

where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years of his life.

We spend the afternoon at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens and

also enjoy our supper there at their magnificent restaurant.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: Kirstenbosch Restaurant [Excl]

Day 11

After breakfast we depart for Plettenberg Bay, the playground of the jetsetters.
We see the enchanting Monkeyland Primate sanctuary do a tour through the indigenous forest of Nature's Valley.

Between July & November we do a cruise in the bay to see the

whales or we relax on one of the safest beaches in South Africa.

Accommodation: The Plettenberg Hotel DBB

The Plettenberg stands on a rocky headland overlooking Plettenberg Bay, the jewel of the Garden Route

and one of the most spectacular holiday resorts in Africa,

famous for its temperate climate and magnificent beaches.

This exclusive hotel, with its breathtaking vistas of sun, sea and sand, allows you to indulge in superb service

and hospitality in elegant accommodation, furnished with impeccable taste. Enjoy diving,

tennis or golf or simply laze on the terraces enjoying the Tsitsikamma Mountains.

Breakfast, lunch and tea at The Plettenberg, either on the terrace or in the enclosed SunRoom of the Blue Wing,

is an experience to be savored with delight whilst watching the dolphins frolicking in

the surf. In winter the whales arrive to mate and calve in the bay.

Dinner in the Plettenberg Restaurant will excite the most discerning gourmet. An array of fresh seafood, presented

in many delicious ways, with emphasis on local produce and Lamb from the nearby Karoo. The wine list

is superb and features the finest South African wines, hand-picked by our Sommelier.

Lunch: On the beach [Excluded]

Supper: The Plettenberg Hotel [Excl]

 

Day 12

Today we leave for the Tsitsikamma National Park, explore this mystic

place of beauty with ocean, waves, hanging bridges, nature walks and more.

We lunch overlooking the mighty Indian Ocean and then on to the Eastern Cape.

We head for Shamwari Game Reserve its Big 5, superb game drive, for Rhino,

Buffalo, Giraffe, Cheetah, Elephant, Antelope and more as well as an incredible Safari feel.

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Here you will do an afternoon game drive and watch the sun set the African Way.

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Accommodation: Shamwari Game Reserve DBB

Steeped in Settler history, and dating back to the time when a multitude of game roamed wild and free,

Shamwari Game Reserve boasts many Eco-systems, thus enabling the support of many forms of plant,

animal and bird life. This is the ultimate African adventure; an unforgettable conservation effort coupled

with responsible tourism. Savor the African wilderness; luxuriate in all Shamwari has to offer.

Lunch: Tsitsikamma [Excluded]

Supper: Shamwari [included]

 

Day 13

Today you will be engaged in safari activities and also visit the "Kaya Lendaba"

living African Village for an insight to the cultures, traditions, history

, dance and singing of both the Xhosa and the Zulu tribes.

In the afternoon we head for Scotia Lion Safari Ranch (Lion, Blue Wildebeest,

springbok, Gemsbok, Zebra, Kudu, Wildebeest, etc). With its free ranging

African Lion the reserve will prove to be an experience of a lifetime.

After our night safari we enjoy a great open-air supper in a "Lapa"

(reed & pole open-air enclosure) where traditional "potjiekos is served from open fire & coles.

Accommodation: Schotia Lion Reserve Rustic Bush Chalets

This is the closest you will get to a real Safari - There is only gas and

parafin as power, In quiet of nature you will find your own self - here in Africa

Lunch: Shamwari [Included]

Supper: Schotia - outside bush BBQ around Camp Fire [included]

Day 14: -

We are up early, a good Champagne breakfast and we leave the

African Bush and set off on the last leg of our journey to Port Elizabeth.

We browse the local shops, markets and stalls for anything that you want to take home.

We visit some famous landmarks. Then it is time to say goodbye and we get you

safely and in time to the Airport for your connection flight home.

You will have a tear of joy in your heart as you leave this paradise...we call, AFRICA!


Included: All entrance fees. All transfers; guides’ fees; transport; accommodation bed,

breakfast, and meals as specified, portage. All game drives open 4x4 vechiles.

Excluded: Domestic Flights; meals as specified; Alcoholic drinks & tips and items of personal nature.

Vechile: 10 Seater Super Luxury Bus

Tariff per person sharing:

MAX 6 passengers per bus

R 37,500 pp sharing

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14 Day Garden Route Magic

Cape Town to Port Elizabeth

Brief Description:

The best of all the medium tourism one. Cape Town, Peninsula Tour, Winelands,

Whale Route & Hermanus, Cape Agullas, Mossel Bay, Little Karoo, Knysna,

Wilderness, Tsitsikamma forests, Plettenberg Bay, Storms river mouth, Natures valley, Oudtshoorn and more.

Highlights: Outstanding Scenery, Whales (July-Nov), Agullas most Southern

Tip of Africa, Ostrich farms, Cango Caves, Indigenous forests, big 5 safari, Coastlines.

Day 1

Our fantastic journey begins in Cape Town; the Mother City of South Africa first started in

1652 by Jan van Riebeeck. From the airport, we set off to enjoy the open crisp air

1,087 meters up on top of the famous Table Mountain by means of the cable

car. (Weather permitting - otherwise we divert to the V&A Waterfront).

{short description of image}

Looking out over our President - Nelson Mandela's old prison on Robin Island and the

entire Cape Town, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Blauberg Strand and up and down the coast as far as the eye can see.

Clean fresh air after your long flight and stretch your legs and where we will discuss

briefly the tour and its details so that we you can enjoy a trouble free holiday with us.

From there we will undertake an orientation tour of Cape Town and the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

The rest of the day is at leisure in the waterfront to relax and browse the shops.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Situated on its own quay in the world-famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town,

family owned Cape Grace is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Through its charm, style, relaxed informality and flawless service, it was voted their Hotel of the year in 1999,

and South Africa's Top Individual Hotel in 1998 and 1999 – fair reward for Cape Grace's generosity of spirit

and its unique personalized attention. Here you'll find the staff warm, flexible, full of initiative and prepared

to go the extra mile. The architecture and decor have been tailored around the requirements of today's leisure

and business traveler, with environments of rich colors and texture, wood, natural fabrics and earthy tones.

Guestrooms are immaculately appointed, calm, spacious areas, as refreshing and inviting as the breath-taking

views of mountains and ocean you'll see through the French doors. Amenities at Cape Grace include a private

swimming pool hidden by trellised gardens and Quay West restaurant, where some of Cape

Town's best-regarded cuisine is served in a light, natural and relaxing atmosphere.

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: Hotel Restaurant [Excl]

Day 2

After breakfast we take a walk to freedom and visit Robben

Island where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years of his life.

We spend the afternoon at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

and also enjoy our supper there at their magnificent restaurant.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: Kirstenbosch Restaurant [Excl]

Day 3

Today we do a Peninsula Tour via the Western Boulevard through Bantry Bay, Clifton

with its hillside condos for the rich and famous down to Cape Point, the "Tip of Africa",

the Cape Point Nature Reserve where the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans meet.

We travel along the breathtakingly beautiful mountains and

its road inspectors, The Cape Blue Monkey and Baboon.

We visit the quaint little fishing village of Hout Bay and do an

ocean trip along the beautiful coastline past seal island.

From there we move onto Simons Town and it penguin colony at Boulders.

Accommodation: Cape Grace Hotel DBB

Lunch: self [excluded]

Supper: SELF [Excluded]

Day 4

After a full South African Breakfast we travel towards the mountains up
 to Stellenbosch, into the Wine Country of South Africa.
Here you will palate the most delicate bouquets of some of South Africa's best wines, Sherries and ports.
We enjoy an open-air picnic at the Spier Wine Estate.
Tonight we sleep in Stellenbosch at a venue so amazing it will move you back in time.
Lunch: Spier Picnic
Accommodation: Ouwe Werf
Supper: Wijn Huis Excl

In the heart of the Winelands a town is nestled amongst magnificent mountains and vineyards
stretching as far as the eye can see. In the center of this town, Stellenbosch, an Inn has been
standing for centuries. An Inn where the charming traditions of the Cape have been preserved
The 25 individually decorated en-suite bedrooms combine traditional Old Cape atmosphere with modern
comfort and convenience. Beautiful authentic antiques and faithfully copied reproductions grace
all our rooms. 15 Luxury rooms are decorated with genuine period pieces
with several beds dating from the 1830's Georgian period (Rooms 4, 5 & 9).
The 8 twin and 7 double luxury rooms are mostly situated in the original building with six in the
new wing which was built in 1990. The new wing rooms were built to modern hotel standards and have
separate showers as opposed to bath/shower combinations. Even though they are newer than the old
rooms by 170 years, they have all the charm of the Old Cape and can boast some of the most beautiful furniture

Day 5

This day takes us through the beautiful Franshoek Valley onto Villiers Dorp,

where we visit the unforgettable Kelkie Wyn Wine Cellars and the picturesque Theewaterkloof Dam.

Then down to the coast to the small fishing village of Hermanus (The Whale Capitol of the World).

We spend an afternoon relaxing to your own whim. As night falls we listen to the call of the whales.

Lunch: Hermanus

Accommodation: The Marine

An elegant hotel situated atop the cliffs at Hermanus outside Cape Town,

The Marine Hotel overlooks South Africa's premier whale watching location.

Hermanus has become the premier-viewing site of the Southern Right Whale from June until December, and

has earned the reputation of having the world's best land based viewing because of the high cliffs and deep waters.

The Marine Hermanus is unique in its situation perched on the edge of the earth, in one of the most beautiful,

natural landscapes the world has to offer – nothing between the Hotel and the Antarctic other than a few

thousand miles of ocean. The "whales eye" view of life on the mainland is of a dramatic

mountainscape overflowing with African Fynbos, the indigenous Cape Flora.

The Grand old lady of the Cape was built in 1902, and has been at the center of South African hospitality ever since.

The hotel was closed in February 1998 for 8 months of frantic restoration for Liz McGrath to inject the style and

elegance that has become her hallmark. Oliver Cooke, the General Manager, opened The Marine in October 1998,

this time as a five-star hotel. In January 2000 the hotel was accepted into the membership of

Relais and Chateaux and secured its position on the stage of world class hotels.

Supper: Marine - Excl.

Day 6

Depart for Garden Route via scenic East Coast Drive through Gansbaai.
Lunch in Zandrift in Swellendam.
Off to Mossel Bay with its old world charm, the Cape St.Blaize lighthouse,
the Post Office Tree & Maritime Museum of Diaz.

We overnight in the beautiful Fancourt Country Estate in George.
Accommodation: Fancourt Country Estate DBB

Lunch: Zandrift [excluded]
Supper: Hotel Restaurant [Excl]
Day 7
Depart after breakfast we head for the fascinating Little Karoo through
 the Outeniqua Pass with Proteas & Erica in full bloom.

On to Oudtshoorn, the Capital of the Ostrich Kingdom. We visit the ever-enchanting
Cango Caves, an Ostrich Show Farm with succulent Ostrich Steak & Red Wine.

We simmer into the African night at the La Plume Luxury
Ostrich Farm Guesthouse in the foothills of Oudtshoorn.
Accommodation: La Plume Luxury Ostrich Farm Guesthouse DBB

Lunch: Ostrich Farm [included]
Supper: La Plume Luxury Ostrich Farm Guesthouse [Included]
Day 8
Depart after breakfast for Knysna the jewel of the Garden Route
 via the Outeniqua Pass, George & Wilderness.

We do a town tour including the Famous Knysna Heads, Waterfront and
get to shop in the craft markets for which Knysna is famous.

As the sunsets we set of on a sundowner cruise on the Knysna Lagoon to the Heads.

We overnight at the talk of the Garden Route, Phantom Forest.
Accommodation: Phantom Forest DBB

 
Privately owned within 137ha of Nature Reserve, on the Knysna River, the Phantom
Forest Eco-Reserve offers guests a unique bio-diversity of Afromontane Forest, Estuarine Wetland
 and Cape Coastal Fynbos. Over 80 bird species, bushpig, Buscbuck, grysbok,
he rare blue Duiker (Africa's smallest antelope), and a variety of smaller game occur.
Using only sustainable materials and drawing inspiration directly from nature, a harmonious
balance has been created, from ragged thatch rising into the forest canopy, to wood shingle,
from meandering boardwalks to a 'Freshwater' natural pool... Phantom Forest awaits you.
Lunch: Waterfront or Oyster Tavern [Excluded]
Supper: Phantom Forest [Excl]
Day 9
Next morning we board the Outeniqua steam train to George
with a cold buffet picnic with selected wines on board.

Our guide will pick you up in George and we return to Knysna for a township tour.
Here you will get a one on one chance to meet the black people where they live,
see the "Sangoma" or magic man, and find out how they live.

Accommodation: Phantom Forest BB
Lunch: On Train [Included]
Supper: JJ's Waterfront Restaurant [Excl]
 
Day 10
Today we find us onboard the Featherbed Nature Reserve ferry and we sail into the Knysna Heads.
We take a short hiking trail and we enjoy a fish lunch in the forest under large Milkwood trees.
We spent the afternoon at leisure in the arts and crafts markets of Knysna.

Accommodation: Phantom Forest BB
Lunch: Featherbed [Included]
Supper: Phantom Forest [Excl]

 

Day 11

After breakfast we depart for Plettenberg Bay, the playground of the jetsetters.
We see the enchanting Monkeyland Primate sanctuary do a tour through the indigenous forest of Nature's Valley.

Between July & November we do a cruise in the bay to see the whales

or we relax on one of the safest beaches in South Africa.

Accommodation: The Plettenberg Hotel DBB

The Plettenberg stands on a rocky headland overlooking Plettenberg Bay, the jewel of the Garden Route

and one of the most spectacular holiday resorts in Africa, famous for its temperate climate and magnificent beaches.

This exclusive hotel, with its breathtaking vistas of sun, sea and sand, allows you to indulge in superb

service and hospitality in elegant accommodation, furnished with impeccable taste. Enjoy

diving, tennis or golf or simply laze on the terraces enjoying the Tsitsikamma Mountains.

Breakfast, lunch and tea at The Plettenberg, either on the terrace or in the enclosed SunRoom of the Blue

Wing, is an experience to be savored with delight whilst watching the dolphins

frolicking in the surf. In winter the whales arrive to mate and calve in the bay.

Dinner in the Plettenberg Restaurant will excite the most discerning gourmet. An array of fresh seafood,

presented in many delicious ways, with emphasis on local produce and Lamb from the nearby Karoo.

The wine list is superb and features the finest South African wines, hand-picked by our Sommelier.

Lunch: On the beach [Excluded]

Supper: The Plettenberg Hotel [Excl]

 

Day 12

Today we leave for the Tsitsikamma National Park, explore this mystic place of

beauty with ocean, waves, hanging bridges, nature walks and more.

We lunch overlooking the mighty Indian Ocean and then on to the Eastern Cape.

We head for Shamwari Game Reserve its Big 5, superb game drive, for Rhino,

Buffalo, Giraffe, Cheetah, Elephant, Antelope and more as well as an incredible Safari feel.

chetah1.jpg - 8334 Bytes

Here you will do an afternoon game drive and watch the sun set the African Way.

ele1[1].jpg - 18828 Bytes

Accommodation: Shamwari Game Reserve DBB

Steeped in Settler history, and dating back to the time when a multitude of game roamed wild and free,

Shamwari Game Reserve boasts many Eco-systems, thus enabling the support of many forms of plant,

animal and bird life. This is the ultimate African adventure; an unforgettable conservation effort coupled

with responsible tourism. Savor the African wilderness; luxuriate in all Shamwari has to offer.

Lunch: Tsitsikamma [Excluded]

Supper: Shamwari [included]

 

Day 13

Today you will be engaged in safari activities and also visit the "Kaya Lendaba"

living African Village for an insight to the cultures, traditions, history, dance and singing of both the Xhosa and the Zulu tribes.

In the afternoon we head for Scotia Lion Safari Ranch (Lion, Blue Wildebeest,

springbok, Gemsbok, Zebra, Kudu, Wildebeest, etc). With its free ranging

African Lion the reserve will prove to be an experience of a lifetime. After our

night safari we enjoy a great open-air supper in a "Lapa" (reed & pole open-air enclosure)

where traditional "potjiekos is served from open fire & coles.

Accommodation: Schotia Lion Reserve Rustic Bush Chalets

This is the closest you will get to a real Safari - There is only gas and parafin

as power, In quiet of nature you will find your own self - here in Africa

Lunch: Shamwari [Included]

Supper: Schotia - outside bush BBQ around Camp Fire [included]

Day 14: -

We are up early, a good Champagne breakfast and we leave the African Bush

and set off on the last leg of our journey to Port Elizabeth.

We browse the local shops, markets and stalls for anything that you want to take home.

We visit some famous landmarks. Then it is time to say goodbye and we get you

safely and in time to the Airport for your connection flight home.

You will have a tear of joy in your heart as you leave this paradise...we call, AFRICA!


Included: All entrance fees. All transfers; guides’ fees; transport; accommodation bed,

breakfast, and meals as specified, portage. All game drives open 4x4 vechiles.

Excluded: Domestic Flights; meals as specified; Alcoholic drinks & tips and items of personal nature.

Vechile: 10 Seater Super Luxury Bus

Tariff per person sharing:

MAX 6 passengers per bus

R 37,500 pp sharing


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