Enjoy the Garden route on its best on a four day tour seeing small towns like Oudtshoorn, Worcester, Knysna, Mosselbay and Robertson. Visit the Cango caves, ostrich farm, highest bungy jump and much more. This is a lovely tour of the garden route and an experience to remember.
Leaving Cape Town we drive through the wine towns of Worcester and Robertson to the Ostrich Capital of the World, Oudtshoorn where we will learn more about this fascinating prehistoric looking bird.
If we are running on time, at 4pm, you will join a tour into the Cango Caves, one of the most impressive cave in the world, and one of South Africa’s Most Unique National Treasures.
Wake up early to watch wild Meerkats start their daily routines or we could visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch and crocodile farm and if you are brave maybe you can do a Crocodile Cage Dive.
After lunch we visit the JP Nel Museum in Oudtshoorn, dedicated to the Jewish people who established this town and the ostrich industry.
Take a slow drive over the dramatic Outeniqua Pass through George and on to Knysna, a town situated on South Africa’s second largest estuary.
End the day with a sunset cruise to see the Knysna Heads.
Overnight in Knysna Country House and enjoy dinner at one of the local restaurants
Option One: Hiking at Robberg PENINSULA
Option Two: Visit Monkeyland and the Birds of Eden
Option Three: Spend an hour walking with elephants in a forest environment, at The Elephant Sanctuary Elephantsanctuary
Option Four: Enjoy a Whale and dolphin watching boat trip depart daily from Plettenberg Bay
or you can try your hand at zip-lining! www.stormsriver.com
End the day with a tour and tasting at South Africa’s oldest micro-brewery (Mitchells), or Bungy Jump from the Worlds Highest Bungy Jumping Bridge: BLOUKRANS
Today we make our way back to Cape Town with a stop at the Mossel Bay Diaz Museum Complex en route.
It is +- a 7 hour drive back to Cape Town.
On arrival in Cape Town travel further on your own arrangements or ask us to assist
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