You will be greeted in your own language and then provided with their travel documents which are explained in great detail. Then travel to Hout Bay. Picturesque Hout Bay offers just about everything for the discerning traveller. This is a unique part of Cape Town with sheltered beach and glimmering sea, quaint fishing village and rural atmosphere. There are also fine restaurants and a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities
Spend the day relaxing and exploring the picturesque Hout Bay harbour. Perhaps travel further afield and see some of Cape Town’s attractions by catching the hop-on hop-off bus to Kirstenbosch or the Victoria and Alfred Museum.
Experience a Cape Town township in a safe and informative way. You will be shown some of the oldest Cape Town townships in South Africa like Guguletu and Langa. Visit a local children’s home and enjoy a drink at one of the township shabeens. The tour can be booked for any day of the week but on a Sunday morning you are given the additional opportunity to visit a Roman Catholic Church, in a Cape Town township, where you can enjoy a vibrant and lively service.
Today you will drive to Hermanus where you will stay in a comfortable guesthouse. The area is famous for its land-based whale watching between July and September. Enjoy breath-taking scenery ranging from walks on long sandy beaches to mountain hikes surrounded by the ‘fynbos’ vegetation. The Hemel-en-Aarde Valley (Heaven on Earth) has an interesting ‘wine meander’ where one can taste excellent local wines at the various vineyards.
Continue your journey up South Africa’s beautiful Garden Route. This is one of the most scenic drives in the World with scenic passes, sweeping mountains, ancient forests and dramatic coastal vistas.
Spend the day exploring the region around Knysna which offers many outdoor hiking trails, go on a cruise in the tranquil lagoon, explore the Knysna Heads, Garden of Eden or discover culinary delights at the Wild Oats Community Market.
Continue your journey to the vicinity of Addo National Park which is famous for its many elephants. Along the way you can take in the dramatic scenery around Storm’s River. Near Addo you will stay on a peaceful working farm to enjoy a slice of South African country life.
Today you can visit the Addo Elephant National Park and see many of these gentle giants. The park can exclusively claim to be the only national park in the world to conserve the “Big 7” – the Big 5 as well as the southern right whale and great white shark off the Algoa Bay coast.
You will travel to the town of Oudshoorn, which is famous as the Ostrich centre of South Africa. Here you can visit a working ostrich farm and learn about these prehistoric birds.
Visit one of the most impressive cave systems in Africa – the Cango Caves.
Today, you will travel to the beautiful Cape Winelands and the historic town of Stellenbosch which is known for its architectural heritage and oak-lined streets.
Head out and explore some of the many wine estates surrounding Stellenbosch where you can sample fine South African wines.
Set out to explore this fascinating town – with its University it abounds with students, but also has many great cafes and interesting art galleries.
Leaving the winelands behind, you will travel back to the city of Cape Town where you will drop your hire car off at the airport before catching your flight back home.