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Garden Route

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Variation A
We drive along the Route 62, which is the wine route
taking you through the Little Karoo - a semi desert.
With fruit and wine farms along the Breede River we
have the opportunity to do some wine tasting before
arriving in Oudtshoorn, the Ostrich Feather Capital.
A visit to the Cango Caves will be unforgettable and you
also have the opportunity to take part in a Game Drive,
visit an Ostrich Farm or the Cango Wildlife Ranch.
Our journey continues over the Outeniqua Pass towards
George and Knysna, the heart of the Garden Route.
In Knysa we visit the Heads and the Featherbed
Nature Reserve which is a veritable bird paradise.
Our trip will then take us to Mosselbay were you can see
the Diaz Museum and the Post Office tree, where sailors
left mail for homebound ships to Europe.
From there we drive back to Cape Town via Swellendam.
Alternatively you can depart from the airport in George.
Variation B
We drive along the Route 62, which is the wine route
taking you through the Little Karoo - a semi desert.
With fruit and wine farms along the Breede River we
have the opportunity to do some wine tasting before
arriving in Oudtshoorn, the Ostrich Feather Capital.
A visit to the Cango Caves will be unforgettable and
you also have the opportunity to take part in a Game Drive,
visit an Ostrich Farm and the Cango Wildlife Ranch.
Our journey continues over the Outeniqua Pass towards
George and Knysna, the heart of the Garden Route.
In Knysa we visit the Heads and the Featherbed
Nature Reserve, which is a veritable bird paradise.

From there we drive to Plettenberg Bay where
we have the opportunity to do a walk on the
Robberg Peninsula or an Ocean Safari watching dolphins,
seals and sometimes even whales and sharks.
We continue through Natures Valley-Eden to
our next destination, the Tsitsikamma Forest.
A stop at the Bloukrans River Bridge is a must, and the very
brave can bungee jump off the 216 meter bridge.
A walk to the suspension bridge over the Storms river is
also recommendable and far more leisurely.

Continuing our journey we can do a short tour of Port
Elizabeth and then we drive to the Addo Elephant Park.
Established in the 1930's, the park has the highest
concentration of elephants in any park.
You may also see lions, rhino, buffalo and many antelopes.
You can decide if you would like to drive back to Cape Town
with a visit to Mosselbay, or alternatively you may depart
from the airport in Port Elizabeth.

This tour can be changed to your preference and personal interests.







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