Placed seducingly between the mountains & the sea, Cape Town displays it’s natural beauty with dignity. Scenic drives slice into the mountains that neighbour the sea, the view of penguins and seals waddle on the pristine beaches is sure a Travel Meditation
Ostrich capital of the world, Oudtshoorn brings an adventurous fille environment. The region is abode to spectacular Congo Caves which feeds the botanist inside you. Embark on a full filled interactive Ostrich farm experience to know every aspect of Ostrich farming.
An exquisitely beautiful place with lagoons and ancient forests is a diverse mix of attractions and activities. Knysna will not fail to capture your imagination and self indulge you in it’s alluring natural homes.
⦁ Meet and greet by our local representative upon arrival in Cape Town
⦁ 3 nights’ accommodation with breakfast in Cape Town
⦁ 1 night accommodation with breakfast in Oudtshoorn
⦁ 2 nights’ accommodation with breakfast in Knysna
⦁ All transfers and sightseeing on private basis
⦁ Half-day Cape Town city tour
⦁ Full day Cape Peninsula tour
⦁ Guided tour of Cango Caves
⦁ Visit Cango Wildlife Ranch
⦁ Guided visit of Safari ostrich Farm
⦁ Ferry ride on the Knysna Lagoon
⦁ Visit to Tsitsikamma National Park.
⦁ Airfare, Visa and Insurance
⦁ Items of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages, etc.
⦁ Bottled/Mineral Water during any meal, coaches and microbuses. Tap water in South Africa is considered safe to drink.
⦁ Gratuities to tour guides, game rangers, drivers and restaurant staff for services rendered.
⦁ Local tourist guide where not specified above.
⦁ Any other services not specified in the package inclusions.
⦁ Porterage at airports and hotels
⦁ 5% Government Service Tax on the total invoice
- Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight at the hotel in Cape Town.
- After breakfast at the hotel, proceed on a private half-day city tour of Cape Town. Ascend to the summit of the Table Mountain for unforgettable sweeping views (weather permitting).
- After the visit, return to the city through the Cape Malay Quarter or Bo-Kaap which sprawls along the slopes of Signal Hill, pass by theCastle of Good Hope, which was built in 17th century, and then around the Table Bay to Milnerton lighthouse.
- Get a spectacular view of the Table Mountain from here. Next travel to the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, a space where you can work, live eat and play.
- Return to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.Overnight at the hotel in Cape Town.(Breakfast)
After breakfast, travel at a pace that allows you to explore the beauty of the Cape Peninsula on a private full day tour.
Drive to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve along one of South Africa’s most scenic routes, passing by Hout Bay. Enjoy a cruise to Seal Island, to view seals and sea birds at Duiker Island (weather permitting).
During the summer, several thousand Cape Fur Seals – along with the rare Black Cormorant – lollop leisurely among the kelp beds.
Continue the drive to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and be amazed atthe scenery en route to Cape Point, the South Western tip of the reserve, which is particularly lovely in spring when the wildflowers carpet the landscape. Ascend to the top of the new lighthouse which isthe most powerful in the world and beams an electric light of 19 million candle power across the ocean by funicular. Nextvisit the penguin colony at Boulders Beach andthen drive through the historic naval base town of Simon’s Town and return to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight at the hotel in Cape Town.(Breakfast)
After breakfast at the hotel, check-out and enjoy the scenic Garden Route drive along the N2 motorway and inland counterpart Route 62.
Arrive at Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world. The small, crime-free town, built around a wide green belt, is the commercial centre of the Klein Karoo – a rolling plain that is surrounded by towering mountains.
Thus, all roads into the district follow stunningly beautiful mountain passes and all present the traveller with an interesting, scenic drive from Cape Town or the hinterland. Upon arrival at the hotel, check in.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn.(Breakfast)
After breakfast, check-out and enjoy a guided visit of Cango Caves. See some of the biggest stalagmite formations in the world set in Precambrian limestone.
Next visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch and thenvisit the Safari Ostrich Farm in Oudtshoorn. Nowhere else are ostriches found in such great number and nowhere else do they produce feathers of such fine quality, but the world’s biggest bird is just one attraction in an area of enormous contrast.
Later drive along the coast to Knysna, ‘The place of the people, beauty and mystery’. Explore the quaint town known for its art & craft shops.
This ever-popular charming town of legend, history, arts and crafts catering to visitor’s every need or fancy.
The town is built on the banks of the Knysna Lagoon, a National Lake Area that falls under the protection of South African National Parks, is home to more than 200 species of fish, including the rare Knysna seahorse and is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.
Later embark on a ferry ride on the Knysna Lagoon to view the famous Knysna Heads aboard the pleasure boat, the John Benn (weather permitting).
Overnight in Knysna.(Breakfast)
Oudtshoorn To Knysna
After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a visit to the Tsitsikamma National Park, situated at the heart of the picturesque Garden Route.
Tsitsikamma is a Khoisan word meaning, “place of much water". In 1964 when it was proclaimed, it became the first Marine National Park in Africa and today the Park incorporates 80 km (50 miles) of rocky coastline with spectacular sea and landscapes. The Tsitsikamma’s spectacular scenery includes the Indian Ocean breakers, pounding rocky shores beneath 180 m high cliffs, ever-green forests and fynbos rolling down to the sea.
The rest of the day is at leisure to participate in various optional activities in the Knysna area. The vehicle with driver/guide will be at your disposal. Overnight in Knysna.(Breakfast)
- After breakfast at the hotel, check-out and transfer to airport to board your connecting flight back home or to Johannesburg or Kruger. (Breakfast)
Knysna To George Airport
Terms & conditions
⦁ Standard check-in and check-out times at the hotels vary. Early check-ins can be requested however it is at the discretion of the hotels and not guaranteed.
⦁ This is a quotation only and is subject to availability as no reservations have been made and availability of services has not been confirmed unless otherwise stated
⦁ The rates quoted are always subject to change without prior warning, should there be any increases in bed levies, park fees, fuel, sales tax or VAT, Third Party Services, exchange rate fluctuations or any other circumstances beyond our control for services featured in this quote.
⦁ Rates are based on the current ZAR-INR rate of exchange @ Rs.04.95 & the actual rate of exchange on the day of final payment will be considered
⦁ Foreigner passport holders planning to travel to South Africa now require a minimum of two (2) blank visa pages in their passport to enable the entry visa to be issued. If there is insufficient space in the passport, entry will be denied & the person is likely to be detained pending return to their country of origin.
⦁ South Africa does not have a "no bed" policy for children. Children will be accommodated on a standard bed, a roll away bed or a sleeper couch.
⦁ Certain accommodation establishments refuse permission to children under 12 years of age, e.g. certain private game lodges. Supplier child conditions will apply in these cases.
⦁ Certain accommodation establishments only accept children in family units. These units are often in limited supply and subject to availability. Acceptance of any child on discounted conditions is therefore subject to availability and confirmation of such units.
⦁ Children may not be allowed to go on game drives. Some of the lodges do offer baby-sitting facilities at an additional charge. Guests need to arrange the baby-sitting services upon arrival at the lodge and need to settle the service directly.
⦁ Please note that the city of Cape Town and the Western Cape region have introduced water usage restrictions due to the severe drought the area has experienced. This may affect certain aspects of clients stay in this area. Hotels are asking guests to conserve water while staying in this area. This includes the use of showers instead of baths (some hotels have removed the bathtub plugs in rooms to facilitate this) and not wasting water unnecessarily. The region has had good winter rainfall and there is sufficient water for everyday use. The region is however a drought-prone region - we would therefore appreciate it that you would alert your clients of the situation and request their co-operation in this regard from a long term sustainability perspective.
⦁ TABLE MOUNTAIN ARIAL CABLEWAY: Please note that The Cableway will close down for annual maintenance from Wednesday 10 July to Wednesday, 7 August 2019. They will re-open, weather permitting, on Thursday 8 August 2019..