Departure for a full day of discovering the famous Cape Wine Route. Cape wines enjoy a well established worldwide reputation, going as far back as the days of Emperor Napoleon.
Visit Stellenbosch, the main town in the Winelands region. Founded in 1679, Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in South Africa, and prides itself with many old houses in the famous "Cape Dutch” architectural style.
This historical city will charm you with its quiet and relaxed rhythm of life.
Lunch and wine tasting in one of the major wine estates of the region.
Visit Franschhoek, the "French Corner". It is in this beautiful valley that French Huguenots - refugees in the Netherlands brought to the Cape by the Dutch Governor – settled in 1688, and started the wine producing industry with vine cultivars imported from France.
Transfer to the airport. Flight to Durban, late afternoon.
Arrival. Welcome and transfer to the hotel by our local English-speaking guide. Dinner at the hotel.
Kruger National Park
Early morning wake up. Departure for a full day Safari in 4x4 vehicles with experienced rangers in the Kruger National Park. Covering an area of 350 km by 65 km (2 millions hectares), and sharing a section of the western border of Mozambique, the Kruger Park is the best preserved game reserve on the African continent. With its 13 different ecosystems, the Kruger Park boasts more than 500 bird species, including the largest variety of raptors in the world, 147 mammal species, 50 fish species, and over 100 species of reptiles.
Breakfast Picnic in a Rest camp.
Continue with the Safari. Welcome to the realm of the "Big Five”, the kingdom of thousands of antelopes, hyppos, zebras, giraffes, and the perfect hunting ground for lions, leopards, hyenas, african wild dogs, and cheetahs. Buffet Lunch in another Rest camp.
Late afternoon, exit the Kruger Park. Return to the hotel in Hazyview. Dinner at the hotel
Worcester - Oudtshoorn
Departure for Oudtshoorn, in the heart of the semi-arid Little Karoo.
In the 19th century, Jewish immigrants from Lithuania established in this area ostrich farms that have earned Oudtshoorn the nickname of Ostrich Capital of the World, producing a wide range of ostrich products for export all over the world.
Visit and lunch in an ostrich breeding farm.
Visit the beautiful Cango Caves, discovered by the indigenous Khoi-San people more than 10 000 years ago, laced with impressive stalactites and stalagmites deep down in the heart of the majestic Swartberg Mountains.
Check in at the hotel. Dinner at the hotel.
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