Cape Town

Cape Town is the Mother City of Africa, and the Western Cape, an area which is regarded as one of the most beautiful regions in the world. Human communities had lived in the Cape Peninsula and Western Cape long before the beginning of the Christian era, surviving by hunting, fishing and gathering edible plants and roots. They were the ancestors of the Khoisan peoples of modern times - the Bushmen (San) and the Hottentot (Khoikhoi).

The City is a rare cultural gem, resulting from the amalgamation of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers, the local Bushman and Hottentots tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north. Cape Town is one of the liveliest City’s in South Africa, activities ranging from Adventure to Night life!

The vast range of shopping opportunities like Greenmarket Square Flea Market, as well as stylish shopping malls and as a vast range of Restaurants to choose from. Cape Town provides a setting for many scenic wonders, magnificent seascapes and panoramic vistas.


We currently have 3 tour(s) listed.

Franschhoek

This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown and top chefs create a global fusion. In the village you will find wonderful crafts, art and antique shops and galleries. The main street is lined with coffee shops and restaurants. Only 45 minutes from Cape Town - come and enjoy the gourmet capital of South Africa.

Breath-taking scenery, with the finest of wines, awaits the visitor. This is the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in the heart of the Cape Winelands.


George

George is located in the Cape Wildflower Floral Kingdom next to the coast at the eastern end of the Western Cape Province and has a low rainfall Mediterranean type climate with activities to keep you busy all year round. We probably have the largest number of bed-nights’ accommodation available in this holiday paradise with its large conference facilities and many tourist attractions. George is at the center of Nature´s Garden Route and nestles at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains.

Our airport connects you to and from all the main centers in South Africa and main roads and rail, link with the Klein Karoo hinterland. Whilst George is the business capital of the region, it also boasts the largest medical fraternity and probably has the largest number of bed-nights accommodation available in this all year round holiday paradise. With its large conference facilities and many tourist attractions, George is an ideal town to promote your companies´ image.

We currently have 9 tour(s) listed.

Hermanus

Hermanus has the status of being the best land-based whale watching destination in the world. Southern right whales visit Walker Bay from June through to December and can be viewed from aboard a boat, an airplane or the shore. Hermanus is home to the world’s only Whale Crier who blows his kelp horn when whales are spotted along the central sea route. Hermanus offers a variety of off-shore activities including, Whale Watching, Shark cage diving and Sea Kayaking Trips on the sea or lagoon. Hermanus’ character and atmosphere offers a lifestyle, few places can match!

Knysna

Knysna is a shopper’s paradise, with centralised shopping areas where you can buy everything from designer teddy bears to the world's finest champagne - or even a holiday home! With spectacular names like Jenna Babe, Papagayo, Indawo, Caramel, African Attitude and Forest Bears who can resist retail therapy? With its lush forests and scenic beauty, Knysna is one of the best voted tourism destinations in South Africa.

We currently have 6 tour(s) listed.

Mossel Bay

It’s perfect today in Mossel Bay. Beaches and sunshine, the clean Indian Ocean and the Outeniqua Mountains green and purple in the distance, perfect weather - you really ought to be here.Play, Work, Eat and Sleep - Mossel Bay is a gentle seaside town on the Garden Route of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It’s a welcoming place, not at all touristy, that loves children and families, singles and couples, backpackers and tour groups.

A genuine, home grown, South African Coastal town. One where you’ll really relax. One where you’ll quickly slip into our “No Hurries, No Worries” frame of mind.


We currently have 7 tour(s) listed.

Oudtshoorn

World-renowned for the Cango Caves and as the Ostrich Capital, but there's much more to Oudtshoorn than just that!

Surrounded by natural beauty, Oudtshoorn is situated at the foot of the majestic Swartberg Mountain range. Numerous rivers, streams and falls have their origins in the Swartberg, Outeniqua and Kamanassie ranges around the town.

Waterfalls abound, and visitors can safely visit two spectacular examples at Rus en Vrede and at Meiringspoort - a narrow, vertical cleft in the Swartberg Mountain, with the road through crossing the Meiring's River no less than 32 times!

Amidst the 400 ostrich farms surrounding the town, three have distinguished themselves worthy enough to be named show farms. Get to know this exotic bird species, and, for the more adventurous, take an ostrich ride.

BUFFELSDRIFT Game Lodge is a sprawling game farm in the fertile Cango Valley at the foot of the Swartberg Mountains – South Africa's 6th World Heritage Site.
Lush Succulent Karoo vegetation and a 5 ha natural waterhole create a haven for a variety of game species including: elephants, rhino and Cape buffalo (3 of the Big Five); giraffe; hippo; Cape Mountain zebra; Eland; Kudu and Springbok. Enthusiastic bird watcher's will enjoy trying to identify the more than 217 bird species to be found in the area, the ostrich of course being the easiest.

Situated 7 km outside Oudtshoorn, the Lodge is in the heart of ostrich country, half-an-hour's drive from the Swartberg Mountain Nature Reserve and the isolated valley of Gamkaskloof ("Die Hell"). It lies just off the famous Route 62 and is part of the scenic circle route – Oudtshoorn – the Swartberg Mountain Pass – via the historic village of Prince Albert – through the spectacular Meiringspoort gorge which you exit just before the quaint village of De Rust, after which you return to Oudtshoorn.

Trained guides will escort guests on an early morning or late afternoon game drive (bush safari) in an open game viewing vehicle, with a pitstop at one of the lookout points – presenting the perfect opportunity for spectacular photographs and a chance to relax and enjoy the views.

Ice-cold sundowners served on the lookout deck next to the open-air bar mark the end of a perfect day with the sun setting over the mountains.

Bush Safari
Take a bush safari in a Safari vehicle to a panoramic lookout point where refreshments will be enjoyed while taking in the natural beauty of the environment and paying homage to the majestic Swartberg Mountains. Duration 2 hours.

Elephant Walk Safaris
Join our 3 baby elephants for a early morning or late afternoon walk around our waterhole and watch the sun set on the horizon. Duration 1 hour.

Elephant Experience
Elephant experience offers an opportunity to interact and feed our elephants. Get to know these gentle giants by name and their meanings from close up, feel the texture of their skin, scratch behind their ears and sit on an elephant’s knee.

Relaxing under starry Karoo skies
Great weather all year round and plenty of sunshine promise spectacular views and great outdoor living. In the Klein Karoo the full moon is more beautiful and the stars much brighter than anywhere else in the world!

Horseback Safaris
Game viewing on horseback is also an option – guests will be escorted by a trained guide to get a closer view of game roaming the vast undulating hills.

Guided Nature walks
Early birds can take a guided nature walk into the veld to appreciate the splendour of indigenous Karoo succulents and fynbos or catch up on their bird watching.

Summer Sundowner Trips
Come and enjoy the amazing Karoo sunsets up at our Spioenkop view point, while sipping on a glass of sparkling wine. Watch the sunset over Oudtshoorn.

Meerkat Adventures
Experience wild meerkats in their natural environment.
Experience them brushing their teeth and combing their hair before They go of to breakfast.


We currently have 11 tour(s) listed.

Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay is a holidaymaker's paradise and the ecotourist's dream. Its eternal spring weather ensures days of warm comfort and lazy, pleasurable evenings seldom found anywhere else in South Africa.

For the nature-lover there is an unparalleled wealth of fauna and flora. The rugged Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains form the backdrop for an area encompassing no fewer than fifteen private and public nature reserves, (Tsitsikamma National Park) each with its own treasures, beckoning you to spend time to explore and to experience the pleasures it has to offer.

We currently have 5 tour(s) listed.

Port Elizabeth

The city, often shortened to PE and nicknamed "The Friendly City" or "The Windy City", stretches for 16 km along Algoa Bay, and is one of the major seaports in South Africa. It is also referred to as Africa's Watersport Capital.

Port Elizabeth was founded as a town in 1820 to house British settlers as a way of strengthening the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa tribe. It now forms part of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality which has a population of over 1.3 million.

Sedgefield

Located between Knysna and George with the beaches on one side and the pine tree forest on the other side lies the town of Sedgefield. The village provides the perfect atmosphere in which to relax, have a sundowner on the shores of the lake, or to take a stroll along the beach at sunset.

We currently have 3 tour(s) listed.

Simon’s Town

Simon’s Town was originally named Simon’s Vlek after Simon van der Stel, the Dutch governor of the Cape Colony between 1677 and 1699, who surveyed the bay east of Cape Town in 1687. Since then it was a safe winter harbour during the months of May to September for which it was finally proclaimed in 1741. The town grew and became a Royal Naval base.

Simon’s Town offers a wide variety of activities to any welcomed visitor.


Tsitsikamma

Tsitsikamma is a khoi word meaning "place of abundant or sparkling water".The region stretches from the Bloukrans River in the west to Eerste Rivier in the east, is bordered on the north by the imposing Tsitsikamma mountains and in the south by the Indian Ocean.

The area is covered in large tracts of indigenous forest, commercial plantation and Fynbos. Deep river gorges cleft the plateau as they make their way down to the sea, creating spectacular waterfalls and deep kloofs.

A mild all year round climate allows one to make the most of all the outdoor activities that are on offer, whilst a high rainfall ensures the lushness of vegetation that the area is renowned for.


We currently have 4 tour(s) listed.

Wilderness

Wilderness is a seaside town on the Garden Route of the southern Cape in South Africa.

It is situated a short distance east from the city of George, on the N2 down the Kaaiman's River Pass. It is known for its long white sand beach and lagoons. The town caters mostly to holiday-makers and is situated directly on the Touw River Lagoon.

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