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Cape Town Cape Town
Prince Albert Prince Albert
Cango Caves Oudtshoorn Cango Caves Oudtshoorn
Knysna Lagoon Knysna Lagoon
Boulders Beach Boulders Beach
Addo Elephant Park Addo Elephant Park
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Cape Town, Garden Route & Eastern Cape Cape Town, Garden Route & Eastern Cape

A wonderful introduction to South Africa, visiting the popular must-see places.
3 nights Cape Town - 3 nights Garden Route (based on group departure with other guests) - 1 night Port Elizabeth - 2 nights Eastern Cape

Departure from UK - every Thursday

Day 1

Fly to Cape Town.

Days 2-4 Cape Town

Transferred to your hotel. 3 nights at leisure. Pre-bookable excursions available.
Overnight : Protea Hotel By Marriott Cape Town Sea Point

Day 5 Prince Albert

Depart through the picturesque Hex River Valley, considered to be the biggest producer of table grapes in South Africa. Continue to Matjiesfontein, the entire village was declared a National Heritage Site in 1975 and is today a charming, beautifully restored throwback to the late Victorian era. Onward to Prince Albert, known for its sunripened fresh and dried fruit, vineyards, olives and local cheese.
Overnight: Swartberg Hotel or similar

Day 6 Oudtshoorn

After breakfast (time permitting), opportunity to sample some of the locally produced olives before travelling through the spectacular Meiringspoort Pass and Waterfall, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Travel through the winding roads of the Swartberg Mountains to the quaint Little Karoo village of De Rust. Continue to Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world and home to the spectacular limestone caverns of the Cango Caves. Enjoy a wine tasting at a local wine estate before setting off on a tour of the Cango Caves. Afternoon, visit an ostrich farm for a guided tour.
Overnight : La Plume Guesthouse

Day 7 Knysna

Travel over the Outeniqua Pass to George. Continue via Wilderness, an attractive holiday resort, to Knysna, known as the oyster box of South Africa, nestling on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the Garden Route. Enjoy a lagoon cruise to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, where you can take a trailer ride to the top of the Western Head to enjoy panoramic views of the town and lagoon, returning for lunch under the milkwood trees. Afternoon at leisure.
Overnight: Rex Hotel or similar

Day 8 Port Elizabeth

Depart along the Tsitsikamma Forest to Port Elizabeth, known as the 'friendly city'. The tour ends on arrival in Port Elizabeth.
Overnight : The Beach Hotel

Days 9-10 Eastern Cape

Depart for the Addo Elephant National Park. Stay at the Kuzuko Lodge, situated on the malaria-free private concession of the Addo Elephant National Park, for the next 2 nights. Your stay includes all meals, local beverages and two activities per full day. Daily activity includes: Morning and afternoon game drives. From 1 Jan to 30 April and 1 Sep to 31 Dec you can visit the bushman painting exploration walk instead of a morning or afternoon game drive.
Overnight : Kuzuko Lodge

Day 11 Depart

Fly back home.

Prices

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Map

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Quick Look

Highlights
> Vibrant Cape Town
> Scenic Garden Route
> Game viewing in the malaria-free Eastern Cape Reserve

What's included
> Free dinner at the buzzing Gold Restaurant, Cape Town
> Wine tasting at a local vineyard
> Guided Ostrich farm visit
> Lagoon cruise to the Featherbed Nature Reserve
> 9 breakfasts, 1 dinner at Oudtshoorn & 1 lunch at Knysna
> All meals in the Eastern Cape Reserve
> All flights and transfers

Add to your experience
Days 2-4: Upgrade your stay in Cape Town to the Radisson Red Hotel V&A Waterfront. From £270 per person for the 3 nights stay. Other hotels available.

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