Day 1: Cape Town

On arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met and assisted to collect your rental vehicle. Drive to your hotel and enjoy the afternoon/evening at leisure.

Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic oceans, sandwiched between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire waters of Table Bay, the exceptionally scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Some cities boast rich culture, vibrant nightlife, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and extraordinary architecture, while others boast breath-taking landscapes and extraordinary natural wonders. Cape Town is lucky enough to be blessed with all of these attractions and so much more. With its bustling harbour, world-class beaches, top-notch vineyards, and its mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna, Cape Town consistently captivates the hearts of all who visit.

Overnight: Vineyard Hotel
The Vineyard Story spans more than two centuries. The legendary founder, Lady Anne, built a country cottage here in 1799, and since then, as urban residence and 120-year-old hotel, it has welcomed statesmen, artists, celebrities, Nobel laureates and countless global visitors to this historic spot, served today by our 300-strong, multi-cultural, Vineyard family.
The Hotel is ideally located just off the main Peninsula sightseeing route, 10 minutes from the city and an hour’s drive from the Cape Wine lands.
Views of the shady courtyard water gardens, treed parkland and mountainside are one feature of 211 en-suite accommodations located across the estate.
Leisure activities at the Hotel include spa treatments, guided walks and more. Top local experiences are within walking distance or a short drive away.

CT Aerial

Day 2: Cape Town

Today we recommend you explore Cape Town city and surrounds. Visit the V&A Waterfront which offer a wide range of shops, entertainment and restaurant options. Take the cable car up to the top of one of the natural World Wonders - Table Mountain.

V&A Waterfront
Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the V&A Waterfront has become South Africa's most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments. The Waterfront is the heart of the tourist industry in Cape Town.

Table Mountain
Without a doubt it is Table Mountain that makes Cape Town the unique city it is. Rising up over 1000m above sea level, it is the icon that makes Cape Town instantly recognisable. It is a symbol, a playground, a spiritual retreat and a big draw card for tourists. So intertwined with the identity of Cape Town is Table Mountain that a visit to the city isn’t complete without having walked or taken the cable car to the top.

Table Mountain Cableway Table Mountain Robben Island

Day 3: Cape Town

Explore the Cape Peninsula on a full day self-drive tour to Cape Point.

Hout Bay
The originally small fishing village of Hout Bay is now a popular suburb of Cape Town. Over and above being a lovely family beach, it has many tourist attractions which include the World of Birds, a township tour to the vibrant Imizamo Yethu, arts and crafts, boat rides out to Seal Island and some great, casual restaurants where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings.

Hout Bay Harbour
Hout Bay’s active harbour serves a variety of fishing boats, charter boats and yachts. It is also the departure point for boat trips to the nearby Seal Island, home to a colony of around 6 000 Cape Fur Seals. The bustling port area also has a well-known seafood restaurant and a shop selling fresh fish.

Chapman's Peak
Chapman’s Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world. The 9 km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman's Peak. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.

Cape Point
Cape Point is a spectacular sight, covered in endemic fynbos and home to breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside of Cape Town. Cape Point falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. The Cape Floral Region is one of the richest areas for plants in the world – it is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora. Cape Point is open daily and is a must-see.

Boulders Beach
Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town is ideal for kids as immense boulders shelter the cove from currents and large waves - but please always take care. It is a rare pleasure to swim with the penguins but don't touch or feed them. They might look cute and cuddly but their beaks are as sharp as razors and if they feel threatened they have no qualms about nipping the odd finger or nose.

Boulders Penguin Colony
The Boulders Visitor Centre is home to the famous colony of Jackass Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call. This is a truly special experience and Table Mountain National Park staff are knowledgeable and offer guided tours. After you have fallen in love with the penguins head to the secluded Boulders Beach and take a swim in the comparatively warm waters of the False Bay.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
On the lower slopes of Table Mountain, the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens showcases some of the Cape’s rich flora. Taking centre stage here is the unique ‘fynbos’ vegetation. Those who work up an appetite while exploring this garden paradise can visit the restaurant or tea room, which are fully stocked with delicious meals, yummy treats and refreshing beverages. In summer, Sunday music concerts provide sunset entertainment. Kirstenbosch is rated as the seventh best of its kind in the world.

Panorama Green Point Stadium

Day 4: Stellenbosch

Today we travel only 40 minutes out of Cape Town to the Cape Winelands to your home for the next two days in the heart of Stellenbosch.

A blend of historical architecture, student life, epicurean delights and oak-lined avenues, Stellenbosch is a picturesque university town surrounded by mountains and vineyards. A walking tour of the town centre allows visitors to take in its beautifully preserved Cape Dutch and Victorian architecture, as well as the many enticing art galleries, craft shops, clothing boutiques and gift stores, while foodies may prefer indulging in mouth-watering cuisine and fine wines  at one of the chic restaurants or buzzing bistros. Stellenbosch is also the ideal base from which to explore the renowned local wine route, boasting a high proportion of the country’s leading wine estates.

Cape Winelands
Resting at the foot of the Boland Mountains, the Cape Winelands is a renowned for producing some of the world’s finest wines. The breathtakingly beautiful landscape boasts incredible mountain scenery and numerous luxury wine farms laden with vineyards stretching across lush fertile valleys. Visitors can look forward to a variety of wonderful activities including: exploring a collection of historic little hamlets and towns dotting the countryside, sampling a wide selection of world-class wine at a historic Cape Dutch farmstead as well as many other wine estates; and enjoying a network of hiking and biking trails traversing the picturesque landscape. While the wine is undoubtedly the highlight of the region, visitors can also enjoy a meal at some of the country’s best restaurants offering delicious food and wine pairings.

Overnight: Oude Werf Hotel.
A stroll from the many historic attractions of the Winelands ‘capital’ of Stellenbosch, Oude Werf combines a centuries-old heritage as South Africa’s oldest continuously operating hotel with luxury contemporary comforts and intimate hospitality. Rest in one of 58 beautifully designed, deluxe en suite accommodations. Enjoy classic Cape flavours and vintages at a superb restaurant with vine-covered courtyard. Relax in its cosy lounge and bar, or refresh in its shady gardens at poolside.

Day 5: Stellenbosch

Today we do a wine tour of the surrounding areas. Enjoy a walkabout in the historical Stellenbosch and visit South Africa's gourmet capital - Franschhoek. Enjoy some wine tastings and wine pairings and we suggest a picnic lunch on one of the wine estates.
For those not wanting to wine taste and drive it is possible to book a private tour, or join a hop-on hop-off tour. 

Kleine Zalze Wine Estate
Situated just minutes away from the town of Stellenbosch on the De Zalze Wineland and Golf Estate, the family-owned Kleine Zalze estate produces a unique range of definitively South African wines that combine full, fruity flavours typical of New World wines with Old World complexity and structure. The farm is especially well-known for its award winning Shiraz and Chenin Blanc. A variety of indoor and outdoor function venues, a four-star lodge and the acclaimed Terroir restaurant are situated on the estate premises, while the De Zalze golf course is located just minutes away.  Open Monday to Saturdays 9am to 6pm and Sundays 11am to 6pm.

Stellenbosch
A blend of historical architecture, student life, epicurean delights and oak-lined avenues, Stellenbosch is a picturesque university town surrounded by mountains and vineyards. A walking tour of the town centre allows visitors to take in its beautifully preserved Cape Dutch and Victorian architecture, as well as the many enticing art galleries, craft shops, clothing boutiques and gift stores, while foodies may prefer indulging in mouth-watering cuisine and fine wines  at one of the chic restaurants or buzzing bistros. Stellenbosch is also the ideal base from which to explore the renowned local wine route, boasting a high proportion of the country’s leading wine estates.

Franschhoek
Idyllically situated in the Cape Winelands, this peaceful country retreat is one of the oldest towns in South Africa. The once sleepy little village was named Franschhoek, meaning 'French Corner' as it was founded by French Huguenots. The fertile valley of Franschhoek boasts a rich heritage showcased at the fascinating Huguenot Memorial Museum and the Cape Dutch architecture in much of the village remains remarkably well preserved. The town’s proximity to Cape Town allows for pleasant day trips during which visitors can explore the area’s many world-class wine estates and impressive range of excellent restaurants or simply browse the quaint, upmarket boutiques strewn along the town’s lovely tree-lined avenues.

Day 6: Oudtshoorn

Today we head out onto scenic Route 62 and travel to Oudtshoorn to your accommodation for the night situated on the outskirts of the town.

Oudtshoorn
Located along the well-known Route 62 in South Africa’s beautiful Klein Karoo, the charming town of Oudtshoorn is known as the ostrich capital of the world. It is surrounded by numerous ostrich farms and the golden arid landscape of the Karoo. Visitors can enjoy the locally produced wine and port; sample ostrich meat and biltong; learn about the ostrich feather boom at the C.P. Nel Museum; and visit the world-renowned Cango Caves, the largest cave system in Africa featuring ancient rock formations and sparkling stalactites and stalagmites. Other popular activities include: mountain biking, paragliding, horse riding, and taking a day trip to the quaint town of Prince Albert over the scenic Swartberg Pass.

Route 62
Meandering from the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town to the Karoo town of Oudtshoorn, through a series of fascinating small towns and breathtaking scenery, Route 62 is the longest Wine Route in the world. Lush greenery and fertile valleys form a stark contrast against the semi-desert of the Klein Karoo while towering mountains and their rivers and streams provide an awe-inspiring backdrop throughout. Some of the renowned attractions visitors will spot as they follow the route are the Winelands of the Breede River Valley, the majestic Swartberg Mountains, the Cango Caves and ostrich farms of Oudtshoorn, and the fruit orchards of the Langkloof Valley.

Overnight: De Zeekoe Guest Farm & Reserve     View iBrochure
Only 7km outside Oudtshoorn, in the Garden Route, surrounded by the famous Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains, is one of the world’s 17 "hot spots" with 3 overlapping flower zones. This owner managed, 2000 hectare working lusern farm, is malaria free and child friendly. 
De Zeekoe offers a unique in the world opportunity to walk with Wild Meerkats (Five shy Meerkats) and to be part of the shy 5 experience! 
De Zeekoe offers the following:
•    Wild Meerkat tours, home to the “shy five” - Original Tours
•    Accommodation: 3 x Standard, 5 x luxury Rooms, 5 x Superior rooms, 2 x Superior Honeymoon Rooms; 5 x deluxe rooms, 3 x Private Cottages with pool 
Wheelchair friendly Rooms
•    Restaurant with fresh farm produce and free range meat, gluten free available ; Bar available and pizza oven ( de Windpomp Restaurant)
•    FREE WI-FI & Welcoming drinks
•    Fishing – bring own equipment
•    Hiking
•    Biking-bikes to rent
•    Jungle gym 
•    Star Gazing
•    Birding ( 162 species )-private bird tours in season
•    Canoeing
•    Self guided walks
•    Swimming pool – salt water

Cango Caves

Day 7: Plettenberg Bay

This morning we recommend starting the day with a unique Meerkat Safari. Then visit the Cango Caves for a guided tour before heading over the spectacular Outeniqua Pass down onto the Garden Route to Plettenberg Bay.
 
Set along the spectacularly scenic Garden Route in South Africa, the coastal town of Plettenberg Bay is a popular holiday destination. The Portuguese explorers called it the 'Beautiful Bay', and it’s easy to see why – Plettenberg Bay is a picturesque, charming town with endless pristine beaches, tranquil lagoons, clean rivers, indigenous forests and a dramatic rocky peninsula. Playground to the wealthy, beach mansions overlook the Indian Ocean, often dotted with luxury yachts, while leisure time is given over to polo and golf, among other things. However, all kinds of visitors will feel at peace here as simply swimming in the warm water on a safe beach is a great way to experience the beauty of Plettenberg Bay.

Cango Caves
The spectacular Cango Caves are a subterranean wonderland of magnificent stalactite and stalagmite rock formations that attracts thousands of visitors annually. They extend more than two kilometres into the Swartberg Mountains and visitors can take guided tours that wind through narrow passageways and steep stairways linking the massive caverns.

Knysna
Sandwiched between the towering Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean, Knysna is known as the ‘Garden of Eden’. It is surrounded by world-renowned forests, lovely lagoons and pristine beaches. Visitors can look forward to an array of markets offering delicious food and organic locally-made goods, explore the town’s picturesque waterfront and quaint streets, adventure through the lush forest, skip over streams and catch a glimpse of the multicoloured Knysna Loerie, take a ferry trip to the famed Knysna Heads and sample the local oysters. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of exciting activities including: surfing, swimming, yachting, jet skiing, boating, fishing, and golfing.
   
Knysna Waterfront
The Waterfront is a central point of activity in Knysna. From here one can board a sunset cruise or ferry ride around the lagoon, do some shopping, enjoy a meal in one of the many restaurants and find accommodation for your stay in Knysna.
   

Overnight: Hog Hollow Country Lodge     
"If you can spend a perfectly useless afternoon in a perfectly useless manner, you have learned how to live"   Lin Yutang (1895 – 1976)
Set on the edge of indigenous forest, with breathtaking views of the valleys and Tsitsikamma Mountains.  Enjoy outstanding cuisine, stylish accommodation, panoramic views and friendly hospitality.  Sixteen unique African-styled suites situated in the lush gardens around the main house, offer private wooden decks, hammocks, king-size beds & most have cosy fireplaces.

Day 8: Plettenberg Bay

This morning we strongly suggest that you do the Featherbed Eco Experience in Knysna, only half an hour's drive from Plettenberg Bay.

The Featherbed Nature Reserve, situated on the Western Head in Knysna, is the premier eco-experience on the Garden Route, the experience includes:
- Return ferry trip on the Knysna Lagoon to the Western Head.
- 4x4 vehicle & trailer drive up the headland onto the Reserve, stopping at spectacular viewpoints.
- Specialist guide giving information on history, fauna & flora.
- Optional guided 2.2km walk through coastal forest and fynbos into ancient sea caves.
- World renowned buffet lunch at an outdoor restaurant setting under a canopy of Milkwood trees.
- Wonderful family outing, suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

Featherbed Nature Reserve

Featherbed is a privately-owned, registered Nature Reserve and a South African Heritage Site, No.59. It is a pristine piece of paradise situated on the Western Head of Knysna and is accessible by ferry only. In order to protect the splendour of the natural beauty, access to the Reserve is controlled. Numbers are limited and visits are only permitted in the company of the Reserve's specialist guides.
This 4-hour excursion departs daily and reservations are essential. It is a wonderful outing for all ages and fitness levels. Good walking shoes are recommended and remember to bring your camera, hats, and sunblock in summer and a warm jacket for the ferry trip in winter. The nature reserve offers Knysna adventure activities not to be missed. A perfect outdoor family holiday activity to be enjoyed by both young and old.

Day 9: Cape St Francis

Today we continue along the Garden Route, there are some great places to visit along the way include:
- Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary
- Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary
- An activity with Ocean Blue Adventures
- A visit to Tsitsikamma National Park
- A Canopy Tour
Arrive in Cape St Francis where you will be based for the next few days.

Cape St Francis is a tranquil seaside town and a favourite water sports destination. The lighthouse at Seal Point overlooks a pristine beach, one of the region’s more popular surfing spots and hundreds of rock pools teeming with marine life.

MonkeyLand
The world’s first free-roaming multi-species primate shelter, Monkeyland makes for a great family outing and plays an important role in raising awareness about the plight and rehabilitation of endangered primate species.
   
Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary
Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary is home to big cats such as lions (white and tawny), cheetahs, tigers (Siberian, Bengal and white), leopard (spotted and black), jaguar, pumas, caracal, serval cats and other wildlife species such as zebra, wild dog, springbuck, zorilla, honey badger, raccoons and various snake species (which are housed separately).
At Jukani the focus is on conservation education and specifically the plight of large predators in captivity, in South Africa and all over the world. “Big cats” are extraordinary animals with a dangerous beauty that is both awe inspiring but also fearsome because of their power and ability to kill. However at most wildlife facilities various wildlife species and especially large predatory species are kept as a way of attracting visitors without regard for the animals' physical and emotional needs, they are just commodities to attract visitors. The Jukani approach is one of respect for what each animal represents. All the female predator cats are on birth control, and the sanctuary is a no-touch facility.
   
Ocean Blue Adventures
BRIEF ITINERARIES OF TOURS:
Marine Encounter Tours
Our ECOLOGICAL ADVENTURE leaves from Central Beach with an exciting beach launch and heads east past the bird sanctuary and Keurbooms beach to Arch Rock.  Here we usually encounter Bottlenose and the rare Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins as well as some shark species. From Arch Rock we head out into the middle of the Bay where pelagic seabirds are normally to be found some 7km from the shore.  Out there our resident Bryde’s whales may be seen, as well as Common Dolphins or Southern Right and Humpback whales during their season.  We then traverse the Bay to the point of Robberg Peninsula and out to the WILD side, often seeing groups of Whales and pods of Dolphins.  Cruising back along the inside of Robberg, we see the unique geology from this unusual viewpoint and can observe our growing Cape Fur Seal Colony.  Finally we head back along the Robberg beach, while a brief rundown on the history of the area is given.  After passing the Beacon Island Hotel, built on the site of an original Whaling Station, we end the experience with an exhilarating landing, again on Central Beach.
Close Encounter
Ocean Blue is a licenced SABBWWA permit holder, which enables us to approach whales from 50 metres instead of 300 metres.  Should the whales approach our vessel we do not have to move away!  The guests therefore get an up close experience with these majestic mammals in the bay.
N.B. ALL TOURS AND ENCOUNTERS WITH MARINE MAMMALS ARE CONDUCTED STRICTLY ACCORDING TO CURRENT REGULATIONS AND CONSERVATION GUIDELINES
Sea Kayaking
Kayak with an experienced guide from Central Beach to Robberg Nature Reserve.  This is amazing experience and often you kayak with dolphin’s right next to you.  When you reach Robberg Nature Reserve you will kayak amongst the seals at the seal colony.  Your guide will introduce you to Robberg Nature Reserve and our wonderful marine life in the bay.  In whale season you will encounter these majestic mammals on you tour. Private tours available.ll equipment is provided and beginners are welcome.
Qolweni township: The safest township in South Africa
Ocean adventures understand that community development and upliftment is a very important aspect of implementing our ideas. That being, realistic and holistic Marine and marine Mammal Conservation. Therefore we chose to work together with the most disadvantaged sector of our community through the formation of the Qolweni Community Development trust.
The funds raised through township tours and a percentage of Ocean Blue Adventures turnover get utilized to pay annual school fees for disadvantaged children of the Qolweni community. You would be able to experience their developing crèche to allow the local children the education opportunities they deserve and single mother the freedom to seek employment.
   
Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours
Experience the Originator of Canopy Tours in Africa – Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour, situated in the Garden of the Garden Route. 

Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour offers visitors a responsible eco-adventure forest tour that is fun, interactive and adventurous for the entire family. This is done to protect and sustain time sensitive afro mountain indigenous forest.
A First of Its kind In Africa - cable sliding from one platform to another along a steel cable, 30 meters above the forest floor and discover the secrets of the spectacular and unique wilderness of Tsitsikamma Indigenous forest. Visitors can be sure to enjoy birdlife and spectacular views of this enchanting forest as they monkey around while their qualified guide explain the ecology of this lush primeval forest
   
Tsitsikamma National Park
Situated along South Africa’s beautiful coast, the Tsitsikamma National Park is known for its ancient forest, pristine coastline and magnificent rivers. The Tsitsikamma National Park falls within the Garden Route National Park and encompasses a marine conservation belt which stretches five kilometres out into the ocean. It is home to diverse fauna and flora including over 9000 species of indigenous fynbos. Visitors can look forward to hiking to the Big Tree, an ancient yellowwood;  and going on an exhilarating kayaking trip at Storms River Mouth, as well as a number of other activities including: cycling, swimming, zip lining, camping, snorkelling, diving, mountain biking, and sailing.
   

Overnight: Cape St Francis Resort     View iBrochure
Situated 108 kms west of Port Elizabeth in the quaint village of Cape St Francis lies the Cape St Francis Resort and the luxurious beach villas Beach Break. Privately owned and family run you can choose accommodation ranging from luxury beach villas set on the edge of the dunes where you have choice of  a sea or garden facing room or the entire villa .With a private swimming pool and direct beach access the villas are your ideal choice when looking for a beach destination. Travelling as a family try the cottages a mere 300 metres from the beach. Club Break rooms,( the more hotel room option  )are set around a communal swimming pool. Facilities at the Resort include Joe Fish Restaurant, Full Stop Cafe, a Health and Beauty Studio as well as a convenience shop.
The area is rich in activities such as walking and hiking, golf, surfing, cultural excursions, whale and dolphin trips , visits to the lighthouse , canal and river cruises to 
name but a few. Any of these can be booked through the front desk at Resort Adventures.

Day 10: Cape St Francis

There are a host of activities to take part in when you are not enjoying relaxation time at the beach while staying at this holiday resort.
There are many other activities on offer such as whale and dolphin excursions, surf lessons with video, a hit with children, bicycles for hire , bird watching, canal and river cruises, kite surfing , horse riding , deep sea fishing out of Port St Francis on Fiona M. These are all available at extra cost please ask us for further details.

Day 11: Cape St Francis

Today you can continue the many other activities to enjoy.
There are many other activities on offer such as whale and dolphin excursions, surf lessons with video, a hit with children, bicycles for hire , bird watching, canal and river cruises, kite surfing , horse riding , deep sea fishing out of Port St Francis on Fiona M. Contact us for further details.

The Cape St Francis Collection Beach Break guest houses and villas Beach Break Guest House Nautilus

Day 12: Amakhala Game Reserve

Today we drive to the Amakhala Private Game Reserve and check-in at your lodge. Enjoy your first afternoon safari.

Located between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown and just east of the Addo Elephant Park, the Amakhala Game Reserve is an ideal choice for Big Five Safaris. Featuring spectacular topography created by the Bushman’s River, the reserve is home to a huge array of animal species - besides the big five, visitors can also spot cheetah, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, plenty of antelope species, and many other smaller interesting animals. Amakhala also boasts fantastic bird watching opportunities, and idyllic boat cruises offer a delightful way to experience this. Other highlights include a variety of fantastic game drives, guided walks, and horse trails. Just outside the park, there are plenty of attractions to discover, including the Amakhala Craft Centre, and the Bushman Sands Golf Course and Health Spa.

Amakhala Game Reserve
Located between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown and just east of the Addo Elephant Park, the Amakhala Game Reserve is an ideal choice for Big Five Safaris. Featuring spectacular topography created by the Bushman’s River, the reserve is home to a huge array of animal species - besides the big five, visitors can also spot cheetah, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, plenty of antelope species, and many other smaller interesting animals. Amakhala also boasts fantastic bird watching opportunities, and idyllic boat cruises offer a delightful way to experience this. Other highlights include a variety of fantastic game drives, guided walks, and horse trails. Just outside the park, there are plenty of attractions to discover, including the Amakhala Craft Centre, and the Bushman Sands Golf Course and Health Spa.

Overnight: Safari Lodge on Amakhala View iBrochure
The stylish Safari Lodge is secretly hidden in indigenous bush. It is a romantic thatched lodge with luxury safari huts inspired by African tribal design. Each hut is complete with a private plunge pool and a small private lounge area. Large beds are draped with mosquito nets, sparkling wine sits on ice alongside a bath filled with aromatherapy scented bubbles making this a favorite for honeymooners and the romantic at heart. Indulge in sheer relaxation as you unwind next to the pool overlooking the lush African bushveld before being ushered away on an exciting BIG-5 game drive

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Day 13: Amakhala Game Reserve

Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives on this Big Five reserve. 

Safari Game Drives.
Become part of Africa as you experience our Big 5 Safari Adventure on malaria free Amakhala Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape of South Africa..
Included in your stay are morning and evening game drives leaving from your lodge. You will be guided by informative, professional rangers through Amakhala Game Reserve in open Land Rovers. Here you can return to nature and explore the abundant wildlife, the diverse vegetation and the dramatic landscape of the Eastern Cape.

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Day 14: End of Itinerary

Today we drive back to Port Elizabeth for your departure flight home.

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