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20 Days
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This small-group lodge Africa safari from Johannesburg to Cape Town travels through South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho. Take in the remarkable contrasts of these three countries, exploring their culture, wildlife, local flavours, and natural landscapes unlike any place else on Earth.


This 20-day trip through South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland opens up a wealth of contrasts. From game viewing in Kruger National Park, to exploring the history and culture of the Zulus, to winelands, to soaking up the cosmopolitan beauty of Cape Town, South Africa and its two smallest neighbours open up a world you can explore in one trip.

Shake off the jetlag with a night in Johannesburg before going on to Mpumalanga. The drive highlights just why so many people fall in love with South Africa, weaving through mountainous forest terrain, including the Drakensberg Escarpment, start of the Panorama Route. This takes you through the Blyde River Canyon, stopping at Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Your ultimate destination is Kruger National Park, the crown jewel of South Africa’s wildlife parks. Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the Africa most visitors come to see, and can be upgraded to an open game-viewer vehicle at extra cost.

Swaziland is one of just three monarchies that remain in Africa, and it remains deeply connected to its rich cultural traditions. Of course, there are spectacular animals to see here too. You’ll stay in the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, particularly noted for its abundant bird life. Embark on a walking safari, and visit the Umphakatsi Chief’s homestead where you can try your hand at some of the day to day activities in this community. A local meal completes the experience before you re-enter South Africa, bound for Kwa-Zulu Natal – land of the Zulus!

Take a game drive through Hluhluwe-iMfolozi, Africa’s oldest game reserve, which shelters both black and white rhino, before going on to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park for a cruise on the St Lucia estuary. This is a great opportunity to see hippos and crocodiles up close. Then turn toward Drakensberg, a beautiful region characterised by its ‘Barrier of Spears’ mountain range. It’s a spectacular road to the tiny kingdom of Lesotho, where you’ll enjoy a taste of Basotho life and take a pony trek.

Enjoy the traditional hospitality of the Karoo people in the historic town of Craddock, a major farming hub in South Africa. Then visit the conservation success story that is Addo Elephant National Park. A game drive takes you in search of not just the elephants, but lions, black rhino, leopards, buffalo, and more. Then set off along the Garden Route coastline bound for Tsitikamma, where you can explore the local trails or even take the world’s highest bungie jump. Go on to the seaside town of Knysna and sample its famous seafood, and Oudtschoorn, via the Cango Caves. Oudtschoorn is known as the ostrich capital of the world.

Continuing along the Cape, stop in at Stellenbosch for a taste of South Africa’s increasingly renowned wines. Then at last, arrive in Cape Town, where a Cape Point tour takes you to some of the highlights both within and surrounding the city. Your final day is spent at leisure, and is ideal for picking up any sights you missed, such as the cable car up to Table Mountain, or Robben Island, the former political prison that once held Nelson Mandela.


 

This 20-day trip through South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland opens up a wealth of contrasts. From game viewing in Kruger National Park, to exploring the history and culture of the Zulus, to winelands, to soaking up the cosmopolitan beauty of Cape Town, South Africa and its two smallest neighbours open up a world you can explore in one trip.

 

Shake off the jetlag with a night in Johannesburg before going on to Mpumalanga. The drive highlights just why so many people fall in love with South Africa, weaving through mountainous forest terrain, including the Drakensberg Escarpment, start of the Panorama Route. This takes you through the Blyde River Canyon, stopping at Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Your ultimate destination is Kruger National Park, the crown jewel of South Africa’s wildlife parks. Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the Africa most visitors come to see, and can be upgraded to an open game-viewer vehicle at extra cost.

 

Swaziland is one of just three monarchies that remain in Africa, and it remains deeply connected to its rich cultural traditions. Of course, there are spectacular animals to see here too. You’ll stay in the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, particularly noted for its abundant bird life. Embark on a walking safari, and visit the Umphakatsi Chief’s homestead where you can try your hand at some of the day to day activities in this community. A local meal completes the experience before you re-enter South Africa, bound for Kwa-Zulu Natal – land of the Zulus!

 

Take a game drive through Hluhluwe-iMfolozi, Africa’s oldest game reserve, which shelters both black and white rhino, before going on to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park for a cruise on the St Lucia estuary. This is a great opportunity to see hippos and crocodiles up close. Then turn toward Drakensberg, a beautiful region characterised by its ‘Barrier of Spears’ mountain range. It’s a spectacular road to the tiny kingdom of Lesotho, where you’ll enjoy a taste of Basotho life and take a pony trek.

 

Enjoy the traditional hospitality of the Karoo people in the historic town of Craddock, a major farming hub in South Africa. Then visit the conservation success story that is Addo Elephant National Park. A game drive takes you in search of not just the elephants, but lions, black rhino, leopards, buffalo, and more. Then set off along the Garden Route coastline bound for Tsitikamma, where you can explore the local trails or even take the world’s highest bungie jump. Go on to the seaside town of Knysna and sample its famous seafood, and Oudtschoorn, via the Cango Caves. Oudtschoorn is known as the ostrich capital of the world.

 

Continuing along the Cape, stop in at Stellenbosch for a taste of South Africa’s increasingly renowned wines. Then at last, arrive in Cape Town, where a Cape Point tour takes you to some of the highlights both within and surrounding the city. Your final day is spent at leisure, and is ideal for picking up any sights you missed, such as the cable car up to Table Mountain, or Robben Island, the former political prison that once held Nelson Mandela.

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Duration
20 Days
Prices From:
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Day 1

Johannesburg

On arrival in Johannesburg, you will be met and transferred to the Safari Club. You have the remainder of the day at leisure. This evening you will meet your guide and the rest of the group for your pre-departure meeting at 18h00.

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Safari Club

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    Safari Club SA is a lodge with an African theme located in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Club is centrally situated in the economic heartland of South Africa - Gauteng Province. Emperor's Palace, a world class casino with more than 12 restaurants, is only 7km down ...

    Safari Club SA is a lodge with an African theme located in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Club is centrally situated in the economic heartland of South Africa - Gauteng Province. Emperor's Palace, a world class casino with more than 12 restaurants, is only 7km down the road. The interior of each of the 17 en-suite rooms has been uniquely styled to represent a specific area of the continent - for example the Kalahari, Etosha or Okavango rooms.

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    • Bar
    • Business Centre
    • Lounge(s)
    • Swimming Pool

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Day 2

Johannesburg to Mpumalanga

Departing from Johannesburg we head east towards Mpumalanga. A landscape characterized by mountains, panoramic passes, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests. We spend the night in the town of Graskop, a small forestry town situated on the Drakensberg Escarpment at the start of the Panorama route and the gateway to the Kruger National Park. Distance - 385kms Time - 06h30

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Graskop Hotel

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    Graskop Hotel



    Graskop, situated in Mpumalanga on the Drakensberg Escarpment, not only offers the visitor spectacular scenery and breathtaking views - from here the scenic Panorama Route leads northwards along the edge of the escarpment to the Blyde River Canyon. The historic town of Pilgrim's Rest is ...

    Graskop, situated in Mpumalanga on the Drakensberg Escarpment, not only offers the visitor spectacular scenery and breathtaking views - from here the scenic Panorama Route leads northwards along the edge of the escarpment to the Blyde River Canyon. The historic town of Pilgrim's Rest is just a short hop away. Graskop is also a gateway to the world-famous Kruger Park and its unique wildlife - the town is in the only malaria-free zone situated within easy driving distance from the Kruger Park. Graskop Hotel is a unique artistic experience offering friendly accommodation, contemporary South African art in a variety of interesting settings and culinary delights to be remembered.

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Kruger National Park

This morning we start with a scenic drive along the Panorama Route, arguably one of the most beautiful destinations in South Africa. The most spectacular stretch is the Blyde River Canyon, which is the 3rd largest canyon in the world, and filled with lush vegetation and wildlife. We make a stop at Bourke's Luck Potholes to view these spectacular rock formations, formed eons ago by erosion. In the afternoon we head into the Kruger National Park. We spend two nights inside the park.

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Duration2 Nights
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Berg en Dal Camp

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    The buildings in Berg en Dal Rest Camp, Kruger National Park are set within natural bush and the gardens planted with flowering shrubs and aloes, leaving much of the natural habitat unchanged within the camp. Berg en Dal Rest Camp, Kruger National Park, meaning 'mountain ...

    The buildings in Berg en Dal Rest Camp, Kruger National Park are set within natural bush and the gardens planted with flowering shrubs and aloes, leaving much of the natural habitat unchanged within the camp. Berg en Dal Rest Camp, Kruger National Park, meaning 'mountain and dale' aptly named for its superb location. Great care has been taken to preserve the natural vegetation in the camp area, which comprises Malelane Mountain Bushveld (woodland), attracting a variety of grazers. Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp offers 23 family cottages, 69 bungalows and 2 guest houses with multiple bedrooms. The only remnants of the traditional San people who once lived and hunted in this area, are also on display and can be viewed in the surrounding hill shelters along the Bushman trails.

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Day 4

Kruger National Park

Today we will have the chance to encounter the wildlife of Africa on exciting morning and afternoon game drives in our tour vehicle. Should you wish to partake on a game drive in an open game-viewer vehicle, these are available, at an additional expense. Distance - 250kms Time - 07h00

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Day 5

Kingdom of Swaziland

Today we cross the border into the mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland, led by King Mswati III, and one of 3 monarchies in Africa. You will explore the traditions and discover the culture of which the Swazis are so proud. We spend two nights in the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, Swaziland's pioneer conservation area situated in the "Valley of Heaven". Apart from abundant bird life, there are a number of animal species to be seen including hippo, giraffe, zebra, and a variety of antelope, which we hope to spot on a guided walk in the afternoon.

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Duration2 Nights
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Mlilwane Rest Camp

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    Mlilwane, Swaziland's pioneer conservation area, is a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in Swaziland's Valley of Heaven, the Ezulwini Valley, in between Mbabane and Manzini. The Mlilwane Rest camp is found in the southern corner of the reserve in the mist of a well matured rehabilitated ...

    Mlilwane, Swaziland's pioneer conservation area, is a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in Swaziland's Valley of Heaven, the Ezulwini Valley, in between Mbabane and Manzini. The Mlilwane Rest camp is found in the southern corner of the reserve in the mist of a well matured rehabilitated area, the camp is unfenced yet relatively safe as only smaller species of wildlife occur in the sanctuary. A semi-circle of wooden and beehive huts borders the central of the Rest Camp, with easy access to the reception, restaurant, internet lounge, shop and communal fireplace.

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Day 6

Kingdom of Swaziland

Today we visit the Umphakatsi Chief's homestead, for an interactive experience where you will get to try your hand at grinding maize and plaiting mountain grass or join the children in Swazi song and dance. An offering of a taste of local food is made but forget about your cutlery and try it the Swazi way with your hands! Distance - 190kms Time - 08h00

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Day 7

Zululand

After visiting a craft market en-route, we re-enter South Africa via Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal. We arrive at our lodge in the late afternoon.

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Duration2 Nights
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Ezulwini Game Lodge

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    Ezulwini Game Lodge is set in the very heart of Zululand, famous for its wildlife, wetlands and zulu culture. The main attractions in the area are the national game reserves - Hluhluwe/Imfolozi and Mkuze game reserve, and a World Heritage Site - Isimangaliso Park. Two ...

    Ezulwini Game Lodge is set in the very heart of Zululand, famous for its wildlife, wetlands and zulu culture. The main attractions in the area are the national game reserves - Hluhluwe/Imfolozi and Mkuze game reserve, and a World Heritage Site - Isimangaliso Park. Two un-spoilt beaches, Sodwana and Cape Vidal, are only an hour drive away. Nestled amongst towering trees, on a 300ha private game and pineapple farm, guests can walk freely and view plains game, numerous birds and Livingstone Suni close by. The lodge offers accommodation for a maximum of 60 guests, consisting of 19 bedrooms, 4 Chalets, 1 Log cabin and 1 Tree house.

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Day 8

Zululand

Today we explore the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve, during a game drive in our tour vehicle. Hluhluwe-iMfolozi is the oldest game reserve in Africa and is a safe haven to both the endangered black and white rhino. In the afternoon we make our way to The iSimangaliso Wetland Park, which was listed as South Africa's first World Heritage Site. Here we enjoy a boat cruise on the St Lucia estuary, getting up close to the hippos and crocodiles that inhabit the lake. Distance - 440kms Time - 08h00

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Day 9

Drakensberg

Moving further inland, we spend the next two nights in Northern Drakensberg which is an area known for its magnificent scenery of towering mountains, indigenous forests, and cool berg streams.

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Duration2 Nights
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The Cavern Drakensberg Resort and Spa

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    The Cavern Drakensberg Resort and Spa



    The Cavern Drakensberg Resort is situated on 3000 hectares of pristine mountain landscape adjacent to the Amphitheatre World Heritage Site. A wide variety of superior and standard accommodation is available to you with spectacular views of the surrounding valleys, indigenous forests and mountains. Superior suites ...

    The Cavern Drakensberg Resort is situated on 3000 hectares of pristine mountain landscape adjacent to the Amphitheatre World Heritage Site. A wide variety of superior and standard accommodation is available to you with spectacular views of the surrounding valleys, indigenous forests and mountains. Superior suites are complete with four-poster beds and fireplaces for chilly evenings. The unique Cave Bar is the ideal place for you to meet for a sundowner looking over the valleys below. The resort offers daily hikes to bushman paintings and rock carvings. If you are more energetic, walks are organised to the Tugela Falls and to the top of the Amphitheatre. Guests are welcome to explore the Caverns extensive range of recreational facilities, from guided walks to horse rides, trout fishing, mountain bike trails and a relaxing Forest Spa.

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    • Bar
    • Business Centre
    • Conference Facilities
    • Family Friendly Rooms
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Tennis Court

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Drakensberg

At 3,482 metres in height, The Drakensberg, known in Zulu as uKhahlamba or the "Barrier of Spears", is South Africa's highest mountain range, stretching its rugged form roughly 1,000 km from south-west to north-east. Time will be spent exploring this picturesque World Heritage Site on guided walks. Distance - 540 kms Time - 08h00

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Day 11

Lesotho

Today we cross the border into the Kingdom of Lesotho, the southernmost landlocked country in the world, rich in natural beauty, flora, fauna and cultural heritage. Malealea is situated in a remote part of Western Lesotho that is breath-taking in its beauty. We have the chance to experience traditional Basotho life, a nation with solid traditions, beliefs and customs. No visit to Lesotho would be complete without a pony trek.

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Duration2 Nights
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Malealea Lodge

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    Malealea Lodge


    Lesotho is a world without fences. Breathtaking scenery abounds and every season has unique attractions. Malealea Lodge is a century-old trading post transformed into a well-run lodge with pony treks and good meals. Malealea is situated in a remote part of Western Lesotho that is ...

    Lesotho is a world without fences. Breathtaking scenery abounds and every season has unique attractions. Malealea Lodge is a century-old trading post transformed into a well-run lodge with pony treks and good meals. Malealea is situated in a remote part of Western Lesotho that is breathtaking in its beauty. This is a chance to experience traditional Basotho life.

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Day 12

Lesotho

Today we take a ride on the transport of choice for most Basotho, as these sturdy animals handle the narrow trails better than any 4x4 can.

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Day 13

Cradock

We leave the beauty of Lesotho behind us and drive to the historical town of Cradock, known for spectacular starry nights and traditional Karoo hospitality. Founded in 1814 as a frontier stronghold, the town is an important agricultural centre for cattle, dairy and fruit farming. Cradock is a place of literary legends and the original part of the town is graced with some of the finest old buildings. Distance - 415kms Time - 08h00

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Die Tuishuise

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    Die Tuishuise in Cradock is an elegant collection of beautifully restored Victorian era craftsmen's houses, the frontier town at the eastern edge of the Great Karoo of South Africa. More than two dozen Tuishuise line Market Street up to the Victoria Manor, a grand old ...

    Die Tuishuise in Cradock is an elegant collection of beautifully restored Victorian era craftsmen's houses, the frontier town at the eastern edge of the Great Karoo of South Africa. More than two dozen Tuishuise line Market Street up to the Victoria Manor, a grand old colonial hotel that welcomes you with hearty country fare and decor from the days of Cecil John Rhodes, Olive Schreiner and the droves of adventurers who passed here en route to the hinterland. Modern day over-landers crossing South Africa on holiday and business groups looking for inspiration stay at Die Tuishuise, where they are received like old friends and treated like gentry.

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Day 14

Addo Elephant National Park

A benchmark conservation success, Addo Elephant National Park offers a unique wildlife habitat, famous for the Addo elephants and the remaining population of the flightless dung beetle. We spend the afternoon on a game drive in our tour vehicle, in search of elephant, black rhino, lion, buffalo and leopard. Additional game drives conducted in open game-viewer vehicles are available at an extra expense. An evening spent at the floodlit waterhole allows us to watch the nocturnal animals and listen to their calls. Distance - 300kms Time - 08h00

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Addo Elephant Rest Camp

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    The popular main rest camp of the park offers a wide variety of accommodation units to suit all tastes and plenty of activities to keep visitors busy. A unique feature is the waterhole lookout point, floodlit at night, within the camp as well as the ...

    The popular main rest camp of the park offers a wide variety of accommodation units to suit all tastes and plenty of activities to keep visitors busy. A unique feature is the waterhole lookout point, floodlit at night, within the camp as well as the underground hide, allowing close encounters with wildlife at the waterhole. The evenings punctuated with the calls of lions, spotted hyenas and jackals while francolins and bokmakieries herald each dawn. Accommodation units are situated within easy walking distance of each other and of facilities such as the swimming pool, restaurant and shop.

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    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool

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Day 15

Tsitsikamma

This morning after breakfast our journey takes us to a region of startling beauty along South Africa's southern coastline, known as the Garden Route. We spend two nights in the Storms River Village, at the heart of the Tsitsikamma Forest.

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Duration2 Nights
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Tsitsikamma Village Inn

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    The magical Tsitsikamma Village Inn, is a privately owned and managed hotel, originally established in 1946. Close to the Tsitsikamma National Park at Storms River Mouth, the hotel consists of 49 free-standing rooms, village-style, where each cottage is individually decorated and has its own garden ...

    The magical Tsitsikamma Village Inn, is a privately owned and managed hotel, originally established in 1946. Close to the Tsitsikamma National Park at Storms River Mouth, the hotel consists of 49 free-standing rooms, village-style, where each cottage is individually decorated and has its own garden matching the specific colonial building style found in the Garden Route.

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Day 16

Tsitsikamma

We will take a leisurely hike along one of the short trails, which allow you to explore the coastal bush and rocky shoreline. There is also an option to plunge off the world's highest bungi jump at the Bloukrans River (for own expense). Distance - 240kms Time - 08h00

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Day 17

Knysna to Oudtshoorn

After visiting 'The Heads' in Knysna, a town nestled on a tranquil lagoon, we will enjoy an interactive and educational oyster tasting experience. We continue our journey, travelling over the Outeniqua Mountains into the Little Karoo arriving in the town of Oudtshoorn. We take a trip to the famous Cango Caves, with their impressive ancient stalagmites and stalactites before overnighting in the ostrich capital of the world. Distance - 280kms Time - 08h00

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Turnberry Boutique Hotel

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    Turnberry Boutique Hotel



    The Turnberry Boutique Hotel is situated in the centre of the picturesque Klein Karoo town of Oudtshoorn. A warm welcome, awaits visitors to this tiny piece of Scotland set in the heart of the Klein Karoo. Relax in the comfort of one of the 22 ...

    The Turnberry Boutique Hotel is situated in the centre of the picturesque Klein Karoo town of Oudtshoorn. A warm welcome, awaits visitors to this tiny piece of Scotland set in the heart of the Klein Karoo. Relax in the comfort of one of the 22 well appointed air-conditioned bedrooms (each with satellite television, safe, telephone, a coffee station and a mini bar), all with en-suite bathrooms, and cosy double beds fitted with crisp white linen. Each room also has wireless Internet connection.

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Day 18

Oudtshoorn to Cape Town

En-route to Cape Town, we visit the pretty university town of Stellenbosch, for wine tasting and a cellar tour. Once in Cape Town the afternoon is at leisure, enjoy sundowners at one of the fabulous beaches or indulge in some last minute shopping at the V&A Waterfront.

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Duration2 Nights
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The Townhouse Hotel

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    The Townhouse Hotel



    Conveniently located accommodation in Cape Town's East City Precinct is the ideal base from which to adventure into the hustle and bustle of the City, whether one is here on business or for leisure. Delve into a foodies fantasy with a plethora of eateries and ...

    Conveniently located accommodation in Cape Town's East City Precinct is the ideal base from which to adventure into the hustle and bustle of the City, whether one is here on business or for leisure.

    Delve into a foodies fantasy with a plethora of eateries and coffee shops surrounding the hotel, wander through underground tunnels, trek Table Mountain or simply take time to relax at our Trees Cafe.

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    • Room Service
    • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
    • Television
    • WiFi

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Day 19

Cape Town

Today we get to explore the many attractions the 'Mother City' has to offer on our Cape Point tour.

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Day 20

Cape Town

Spend the final day at leisure. Weather dependent there is the chance to take the cable car up Table Mountain (own expense) and enjoy one last view of the Cape of Good Hope before your transfer to the airport.

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DEPARTURES:

2019: Jan 16; Feb 6, 20; Mar 13; Apr 11; May 15, 21; Jun 9, 26; Jul 17, 23; Aug 1, 14
Sep 2, 25; Oct 3, 9, 23, 30; Nov 6, 21; Dec 17, 22

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Airport transfers
  • 19 nights accommodation
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Meals as shown
  • Transportation in microbus or mini bus
  • Entrance fees
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide.

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not specifically indicated
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please enquire.

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