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Cape Town - Cape Agulhas
The Classic Garden Route Tour departs Cape Town along the N2. At the bottom of Sir Lowry’s Pass we follow the False Bay coastline. The twisty Clarence Drive is one of South Africa’s more popular coastal roads. We stop at the Stony Point Penguin Colony to see the African Penguin followed by the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens for a walk up to the waterfall at the top of the gardens. Next stop is Hermanus (Southern Right Whale Capital of South Africa). After some lunch with wine tasting and whale viewing we make our way to Cape Agulhas (Southern most tip of Africa), passing through the rolling wheat fields and the small quiet villages of Elim, Napier and Bredasdorp. (Approx 290km).

Cape Agulhas - Oudtshoorn
We start the day by going to the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse and walking to the top of it. We depart the southern most tip of Africa and head inland for Swellendam passing through Bredasdorp (optional visit to the Shipwreck Museum) and Malgas for the last man operated pont in South Africa. We turn off the N2, through Suurbraak and over the Tradouws Pass. Lunch stop is at Mike Clarkes 'Clarke of the Karoo' for the best lamb chops around. After a lunch we continue on the R62 passing through Ladismith and Calitzdorp before arriving in Oudtshoorn and checking into our accommodation. (Approx 330km).

Oudtshoorn - Wilderness
Our day starts by visiting the Cango Caves for the standard tour and then to an ostrich farm. We leave Oudtshoorn and head due south towards Mossel Bay over the Robinson Pass where we have lunch. We visit the Diaz Museum complex with the Post Office Tree and Bats Cave and then make our way to Wilderness passing the towns of George and Victoria Bay. We check into our accommodation high up on the mountain side with superb views over the town and beach. (Approx 170km)

Wilderness - Plettenberg Bay
First on the list for the day is the Map of Africa. With this done we make our way along the N2 through the town of Sedgefield towards Knysna. Here there are a variety of boat trips to choose from followed by lunch. In the afternoon there is some time for shopping before heading off the Knysna Elephant Park for a walk with the African Elephants and to the Garden of Eden (Indigenous Forest Walk). At Plettenberg Bay we check into our accommodation. Evening spent at leisure. (Approx 90km)

Plettenberg Bay
Today there are lots of activities lined up. First up is the boat based whale trip (weather dependent), followed by Monkeyland and Birds of Eden and a visit to the Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Sanctuary for a wildlife ancounter and a walk with a cheetah. Return to Plettenberg Bay where the remaining part of the afternoon is spent at leisure. (Approx 60km)

Plettenberg Bay - Port Elizabeth
After a relaxing breakfast, we depart Plettenberg Bay for our final destination. We stop at the Storms River Mouth for a walk to the suspension bridges followed by a zipline tour through the treetops. In the mid afternoon we carry onto Port Elizabeth for a city orientation tour. (Approx 230km). In the morning the clients can be taken to the airport.

  • •  Clarence Drive
  • •  Harold Porter Botanical Gardens with walk to waterfall
  • •  Stony Point Penguin Colony
  • •  Hermanus (whales June – November)
  • •  Elim – old mission village
  • •  Cape Agulhas
  • •  Lighthouse
  • •  Shipwreck Museum
  • •  Malgas – last man operated pont
  • •  Tradouws Pass
  • •  R62
  • •  Cango Caves
  • •  Robinson Pass
  • •  Diaz Museum Complex and Post Office Tree
  • •  Bats Cave
  • •  Wilderness
  • •  Choice of boat trip on Knysna Estuary
  • •  Knysna Elephant Park
  • •  Monkeyland
  • •  Birds of Eden
  • •  Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Sanctuary
  • •  Zipline tour through the forest - optional extra
  • •  Port Elizabeth city tour

  • •  Clarence Drive
  • •  Stony Point Penguin Colony
  • •  Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
  • •  Cape Agulhas & Lighthouse
  • •  Shipwreck Museum
  • •  Cango Caves
  • •  Diaz Museum Complex
  • •  Boat trip on the estuary
  • •  Knysna Elephant Park
  • •  Monkeyland
  • •  Birds of Eden
  • •  Wildlife encounter and cheetah walk
  • •  All breakfasts
  • •  1 dinner
  • •  Accommodation
  • •  Porterage
  • •  Registered tourist guide
  • •  Registered vehicle with Road Transport Permit
  • •  Guides meals

  • •  All lunches and dinners
  • •  Extra activities
  • •  Expenses of a personal nature
  • •  Gratuities


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Guest Reviews
Very knowledgeable, polite and understanding of my personal interests, needs. After a very short time I felt like I'm traveling with my best friend which I know long time. Highly recommended if you look for five star service. Joanna rocks!
Thank you Joanna.
Andrew Oplocki
Canada, February 2011
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