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This tour offers a little bit of everything that makes a holiday to South Africa so memorable. You will discover the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town, before travelling to the country’s epitome of food and wine in Franschhoek. Continue on through Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world, and along the Garden Route before finishing in the Eastern Cape in a luxury safari reserve.

Read on to discover more about this South African adventure!

Cape Town

This journey beings in the scenic Cape Town, with a four-night stay at the iconic Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel. The first day in South Africa’s mother city will start with an incredible cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain, before taking in the historical sites of Cape of Good Hope and the Slave Lodge. The following day will be spent in the Cape Peninsula accompanied by a specialist guide, where you can explore the surf and skate culture of Muizenberg, meet the resident seals and fishing folk in Kalk Bay and enjoy stand up paddle-boarding, kayaking or walking with the penguins at Boulders Beach. On your last day in this incredible city, this part of your tour comes to a climax with a spectacular helicopter ride, where you get to marvel at the sights from a new perspective.


The next stop on your journey is Franschhoek in the Winelands, less than a hours drive from Cape Town. Here, you will enjoy a three night stay at Le Quartier Français, a beautiful boutique hotel tucked away in the heart of the scenic Franschhoek Valley. Spend your time exploring this charming village, vineyards and elegant Cape Dutch estates, and of course you simply have to sample the finer things in life at some of the world’s most exquisite restaurants with award-winning wine offerings. Certainly, a highlight of this stay is discovering Franschhoek Valley’s best wine farms by hopping on and off the wine tram.


The next destination on this South African adventure is Oudtshoorn, known as the ostrich capital of the world. The world’s biggest bird is just one of the many attractions in this area of exceptional contrasts and natural beauty in the Klein Karoo. This region is home to the spectacular 20 million year old Cango Caves, often described as one of the great Natural Wonders of The World. You can enjoy a full day tour, with lunch included, exploring the Swartberg mountain range which is part of the Cape Floral World Heritage Site. During your time in Oudtshoorn, you will enjoy a stay at Rosenhof Country House, a luxury hotel located in the heart of Klein Karoo.

Plettenberg Bay

Next, travel through some of South Africa’s small towns including Swellendam, Mossel Bay and Knysna as you journey towards Plettenberg Bay, where you will enjoy a stay at the luxury boutique hotel, The Plettenberg. Plettenberg Bay, also known as Plett, is a beautiful resort town with spectacular mountains, white sand beaches, and crystal-blue waters. Consider spending your first day in this town relaxing on the stunning beaches or exploring The Crags, the ultimate spot for nature lovers with a range of walks through the forests, mountain trails and a variety of ocean based activities. On the second day in Plett, you will experience a boat-based whale watching trip and hopefully catch a magnificent Humpback Whale breaching the water.

Eastern Cape

The final destination on your journey is the Shamwari Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. This reserve is both stylish and secluded, with five eco-systems encompassed in its proximity. The camp mimics a solitary leopard’s sanctuary, blending with the surrounding bush while providing excellent vantages over the Bushman’s River and surrounding plains. Spot the local wildlife with an early-morning game drive and then spend a starry evening beside the campfire, reminiscing upon the undeniable magic of South Africa’s wild side. Also not to be missed is a visit to the renowned Rhino Awareness Centre and award-winning Born Free Foundation.

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