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From Cape Town through Oudtshoorn and Knysna to Port Elizabeth, this four day trip is a great add on to help you discover the charm of South Africa's coastal region.
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Three nights accommodation, meals as indicated and sightseeing, transport and porterage as specified.
Selected Mondays & Fridays
Marvel at the splendour of the glorious landscapes as you travel along the world famous Route 62 through the dramatic Klein Karoo and quaint holiday towns to South Africa’s ‘friendly city’, Port Elizabeth.
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The striking landscape Klein Karoo including a community visit at a farm school
Charming holiday towns offering diverse attractions
The unusual natural beauty and fascinating flora and fauna of the Garden Route
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Travel through the picturesque Hex River Valley. Enjoy a wine tasting along a route that boasts the longest harvest season in the world. Continue to the beautifully restored Matjiesfontein,a National Heritage Site and on to Prince Albert, known for its sun-ripened fresh and dried fruit, vineyards, olives and local cheese.
After breakfast, enjoy a spectacular drive to Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world and home to the spectacular limestone caverns of the Cango Caves. Enjoy a tour of one of the world’s great natural wonders. In the afternoon, visit an ostrich farm for a guided tour. (B)(D)
A leisurely start this morning before a lagoon cruise to Featherbed Nature Reserve. Take a trailer ride to the top of Western Head to enjoy panoramic views of the town and lagoon before returning for lunch under the milkwood trees. (B)(L)
After breakfast you will be transferred (unescorted, driver only) eastward along the Tsitsikamma Forest to Port Elizabeth, where the tour ends on arrival. (B)
Note: Minimum 2 guests required.
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