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Cape Town and Garden Route Escorted Tour in October from just £1,015 per person

September 25, 2012

Cape Town and Garden Route Escorted Tour in October from just £1,015 per person

Tracey Campbell - September 25, 2012

If you are looking for a last minute inspiration to get away for a week, take a look at this 6 night/7 day tour that we are offering.  With only a few places left, now is the time to ask us to book your place on this escorted trip, which starts in Cape Town and ends in Port Elizabeth.  With a price of just £1,015 per person (excluding international flights), we are sure that these places will go very very soon!

Read more about the trip here:  6 Night/7 Day Tour

Summary of the trip

You begin with 2 nights in Cape Town, and as well as dinner the first night with fellow guests, you also get a half day City Orientation tour and a full day Cape Peninsula tour as well, so you can really see why people fall in love with this beautiful city.

Leaving Cape Town behind on Day 3, you travel via the Winelands (where you get to taste some wine and enjoy a cellar tour) to Hermanus, the whale watching ‘capital’ of the Western Cape.  During October, daily sightings of the majestic Southern Right Whales are the norm, and the many paths along the Hermanus clifftops offer a fantastic viewing point to watch the whales breaching out in the ocean.

Oudtshoorn is next on your agenda, including a guided Ostrich Farm tour and a visit to the stunning Cango Caves, which  are illuminated to show some of the biggest stalagmite formations in the world.

A trip along the Garden Route would not be complete without a night in Knysna (pronounced Ni-sna), a popular town with a vibrant Waterfront area.

Your last night is spent in Tsitsikamma, the ‘place of much water’, before you head to Port Elizabeth, where your escorted trip will end.

For those with more time on their hands, there is of course the option to add on a few nights on safari in one of the malaria-free Big 5 game reserves here, which are about an hours drive from Port Elizabeth.  Just ask us to include this for you in our quote.

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