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3 Night Garden Route Tour (Cpt To Pe)

Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, Western Cape
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R 11,820
Per person for 3 nights

The tour operator offers a three-night, four-day Garden Route tour that showcases South Africa's natural beauty and charm. The tour starts in Cape Town and concludes in Port Elizabeth. It covers various destinations along the Garden Route, including Hermanus, Swellendam, Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorn, Cango Caves, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, and Tsitsikamma National Park.

On the first day, the tour departs from Cape Town and travels along the coastal route, stopping in Hermanus for whale watching opportunities (from July to December). After lunch, the tour continues to Mossel Bay, where participants visit the oldest post office in Africa, the Post Office Tree, and the site of Bartholomew Dias's landfall in 1488. Overnight accommodation is provided at the Point Hotel Mossel Bay or a similar establishment, including breakfast and dinner.

The second day begins with a journey over the Outeniqua Mountains to the Little Karoo region. Highlights include visiting an ostrich show farm, experiencing ostrich racing, exploring the Cango Caves, and spending time in Oudtshoorn, known as the "Feather Capital" of the world. Overnight accommodation is at La Plume Guest House or a similar establishment, with breakfast and dinner included.

On the third day, the tour visits the Cango Wildlife Ranch and the Valley of Ancients, an endangered species breeding facility. The journey continues along the Garden Route, passing through George and the Wilderness National Park before reaching Knysna. Participants can enjoy a sundowner cruise on the Knysna Lagoon. Overnight accommodation is provided at either the Fish Eagle Lodge or the Simola Hotel in Knysna, including breakfast and dinner.

The final day begins with exploring Knysna and Plettenberg Bay before entering the Tsitsikamma National Park, known for its rugged cliffs, secluded beaches, and indigenous forests. Participants can marvel at the Paul Sauer Bridge, towering 139 meters above the Storms River. The tour concludes in Port Elizabeth, where participants are dropped off at the airport for their onward flights (not earlier than 16h00).

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