The ultimate Wild Coast & Lesotho Experience
Garden Route Summer Special
The Garden Route is one of the most scenic and iconic route trips. The nature and coastline are simply breath-taking. You will see white rugged and desolate beaches, turquoise blue lagoons, indigenous forests and National Parks. Whether it is adventure, romance, or both that you are seeking, you will find it here. Romantic, quint and friendly coastal towns. Beautiful beaches, perfect for picknicks and sunsets. Majestic indigenous forests as far as the eyes can see, with river gorges to explore, thick canopies and hiking trails in the wilderness. You can explore wildlife both on sea and on land.
Price from EUR 650 per person sharing -ZAR 13.080 per person sharing
370 kg CO2 e
Cape Town & Hermanus
You will spend the first few days in Cape Town. There are many things to do here! Take a tour with a guide or rent a bike to explore the city on your own. A trip or hike up Table Mountain to see the gorgeous sunset is a must! And of course, a visit to one of the many beaches.
Hermanus offers many ocean and beach activities, like whale watching and Marine Big 5 viewing, shark cage diving, surfing and horse riding on the beach. The nearby Hemel en Aarde Valley offers plenty of hiking and mountain bike trails and fine dining restaurants at some of the best wine estates.
Wilderness, Addo & Knysna
Wilderness is the gateway to our unspoilt nature. Wilderness’s biggest attraction is the Wilderness National Park which stretches from the mouth of the Touws River to the Goukamma Nature Reserve, an ecologically unique area of rivers, lagoons, saltwater lakes and wetlands. Around Knysna you will find beautiful stretches of beach, tranquil estuaries, lush forests, breathtaking mountain vistas. Here you can enjoy ancient forest walks, surfing at the world-famous surf spots, and even bungee jumping from the world’s highest bridge bungy above the Bloukrans River. Addo Elephant National Park is the only place in South Africa where you can see the Big Seven – elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo, leopard, whale and shark.
It is calm and pleasant there. Mountain biking and hiking are two fantastic outdoor activities. Go for a mountain bike ride on day 15 along the Swartberg Pass and enjoy the views. Such beauty is to be found here, at the arid landscape of the Karoo desert.
No matter how you choose to spend your days in this valley between the majestic and rugged mountains, this fertile valley produces some of the best wines in the world. And where there are food wines, soon the best restaurants follow, and the Cape Wine region is no exception! The very best of the South African culinary stars call this place their home and you will be welcomed into one of the beautifully restored authentic homesteads, or award-winning newly designed modern restaurants.