The 'Rainbow Nation', 'The World in One Country', 'The Epitome of Mankind', all used to describe one place, South Africa. Few countries on earth can rival the beauty and grandeur of the South African landscape.
From the deserts to the tropics, from mountains to canyons, from the African bush to lush vineyards and orchards – South Africa has it all.
- Cities: Cape Town & Kruger
- Game Drive Safari
- Peninsula Tour: Boulders Beach, Chapmans' Peak Drive, Cycling, Cape of Good Hope
- Canoeing in Wilderness National Park
- Table Mountain Visit with Cable-car
- Signal hill sunset hike
Welcome to Cape Town!
Following your arrival to Cape Town you will be checked into your room. The rest of the evening is yours to explore Cape Town - one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
Peninsula Tour, Cycling and Penguins!
After breakfast, you'll get a chance to spend a day exploring the beautiful Cape Peninsula on this full-day tour from Cape Town. Travel to Hout Bay Harbor where yo have the option of going on the Seal Island boat cruise or just sit while enjoying the view with some coffee to kickstart the day. Meander along the sheer drops of Chapman’s Peak Drive as you make your way to the Cape Point Nature Reserve and upon entry be sure to look out for roaming ostriches or mischievous baboons as you drive up to the breathtakingly scenic Cape Point. Then it’s cycling to Cape point and a hike to the tip of Africa. Remember to wear comfortable shoes, as the short hike to the top is not to be missed, offering panoramic views of the peninsula and the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. Having your photo taken at the famed Cape of Good Hope sign, marking the south-westernmost tip of Africa, is a must. Hike on to the lighthouse for an exceptionally marvelous view. Next up, you can get your fix of cuteness as you walk alongside African penguins at Boulders beach and learn about these endangered creatures and the efforts being made to conserve them.
Starting the Roadtrip! Off to Sedgefield!
Today starts early as you pack your bags and leave Cape Town for some more adventure elsewhere. We're heading to the small coastal town of Sedgefield where we will enjoy Wilderness Canoeing. Taking to the water for a leisurely paddle along the reed-lined banks of the Touws River within the Wilderness National Park or the calm waters of the Kaaiman's river offers a welcome respite from the road and the busy life of today. Indigenous forest flanks the river bank, and it’s not until you stop paddling and let the gentle current guide you, that the abundance of birdlife becomes apparent.
Drive to Tsitsikamma
After having a breakfast with a view of the ocean, we will head to Tsitsikamma. There is no doubt that the Tsitsikamma region along the Garden Route is breathtakingly beautiful and Tsitsikamma National Park never disappoints. We'll head to Storm’s River village for some tranquility in our accommodation that lies within the forrest. After checking in the hotel you have the option of going on a the highest bungee bridge or the tree top canopy tour.
Full Day Tsitsikamma!
Today is a free day to explore this village's shops and the surrounding forest. You can also go on the Lilo and Kayak optional activity.
Off to Plettenberg Bay
Today we head to Plettenberg Bay! Plettenberg Bay is South Africa’s favorite outdoor playground along the Garden Route. It’s lazy days on sunny world-class beaches and for others it’s boutique shopping, dining under the stars, incredible wildlife experiences and outdoor adventure.
Today you have the option to go Canyoning.
Today, you've got a full day in this amazing town. If you haven't chosen the option to go skydiving then you're going hiking on the Robberg Hiking Trail! The Robberg Hiking Trail is probably one of the most popular and well known trails in the area and also one of the most scenic. The route is a circular trail along the Robberg peninsula with two shorter variations available ranging from easy to moderate.
Safari Game Drive and off to Cape Town..»
We're taking the scenic road back to Cape Town but before we do there's one more activity left and if you've share our passion for wildlife and nature you'll be as excited as we are for this one. The Botlierskop Game reserve is home to 200 species of birdlife and more than 1800 animals including 13 antelope and 13 mammal species. Resplendent with a flowing mane, their male lion shares his space with two lazy lionesses and de-horned white rhinos rub shoulders with antelope on the reserve’s grounds.
After that it's time to head back on the road to Cape Town.
Full Day Cape Town Tour..»
It's time to explore the iconic landmarks of our favorite city. But before we do that you have the option to go Paragliding in the early morning. After that it's time for Table Mountain. We take the cableway up table mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of the city and explore this iconic mountain. You have the option to go on the highest abseiling adventure followed by a short hike. (Please note that table mountain is a weather based activity)
After spending some time on the mountain we take the cableway down and head to Signal Hill for a short sunset hike.
Our adventure comes to an end..»
With wonderful memories and exciting stories, today you're going to fly back home. (Or maybe extend on your own as our travelers find it hard to leave this city)
What is included in the tour
- All accommodation as stated
- All meals mentioned in the itinerary
- All transfers mentioned in the itinerary in private vehicles
- Peninsula Tour, Cycling, Chapmans Peak Drive, Boulders Beach Penguins, Cape Point National Park
- Friendly, professional and informative English-speaking local driver-guide.
- Table Mountain Cable car tour
- Signal Hill sunset hike
- 2- day Safari Game Drive
What is NOT included in the tour
- Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
- Optional activities
- Beverages and drinks
- International & Domestic flights
- PCR Test
Visa Process for Egyptians
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Every traveller is different and therefore spending money requirements will vary. Some travellers like to purchase more souvenirs than others.
Adventure Leader Description
The Adventure Leader's mission is to make sure you have a smooth experience and to help you have the best experience possible. They will offer recommendations for things to do and see, great local eating venues and help the group interact and get to know each others (most of the time this actually happens on its own). While not being guides in the traditional sense you can expect them to have a broad general knowledge of the countries visited. We also use local guides where we think more specific knowledge is needed.
Average: 15 pax
Food is an essential part of traveling. Traveling with Gazef we try as much as we can to help you experience the different kinds of food available in each destination. Our groups tend to eat together to enable you to enjoy each other's company. There is no obligation to do this at all times though. We usually leave out some of the meals excluded from the itinerary to give you the flexibility to choose what to eat based on your personal preference. It also gives you more budgeting flexibility. Your Adventure Leader will be able to suggest good restaurants during your trip. Vegetarians will be able to find a range of different foods, although in some areas the choice maybe limited.
Our group trips are designed for shared accommodation and do not involve a mandatory single supplement unless requested. Single travellers joining group trips are paired in twin accommodation with someone of the same sex for the duration of the trip.
What to Pack
What you need to bring depends on the trip you have chosen and the countries or regions you are planning to visit. A Packing List will be sent to you as soon as you book the trip. We suggest that you pack as lightly as possible as your are expected to carry your own luggage. Suitcases are not recommended–most travellers carry a backpack or rolling bag of small to medium size (no XXL ones please!). You will also need a day pack/bag to carry water, cameras and other belongings.
Tipping is an expected, though not compulsory, component of your tour program. The gesture serves as an expression of appreciation for exceptional service, and amounts given are up to your discretion.
Tipping is one of the most direct ways that you can have a positive economic impact within the African community. Although it may not be customary for you, it is an important source of income for those in the tourism industry. Giving a tip should be a seen as a formal 'thank you', and the action should in no way be awkward.
The power supply in South Africa is nominally 230VAC, 50hz, Type C plug.