Chintsa to Cape Town October 2020


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Join our tour “Chintsa to Cape Town” Tour to discover the hidden gems of South Africa. We will show you the incredible beauty and the most spectacular places of South Africa.


  • Date: 2020/10/11 10:00 AM - 2020/10/24 11:00 AM
  • Location: Chintsa, Amatola Coastal, Südafrika (Map)
  • More Info: Please get in touch for more detailed information!

Price: 1800

Description

The tour will start in the beautiful Eastern Cape where we will explore South Africa’s best kept secret - the Wild Coast with its incredible natural beauty. We will hike along the stunning coastline, visit rural African villages and consult a traditional healer. After this, we will track the “Big 5” on a photo safari in Addo Elephant Park and visit the lush forests of Tsitsikamma National Park. Then, we will take you along the scenic Garden Route, one of the most gorgeous tourism routes in the country. We will stay in Plettenberg Bay to go whale-watching and hike in Rohberg Nature Reserve. On route to Stellenbosch, we’ll visit the world-famous Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn and continue our trip through the Klein Karoo desert along the scenic Route 62. We will spend a day in historic Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands region and enjoy the final days of our trip in Cape Town – South Africa’s vibrant and creative Mother City and explore the Cape Peninsula from there.

Highlights:

  • explore the homeland of Nelson Mandela
  • visit rural African villages and consult a traditional healer
  • track the “Big 5” at a photo safari in Addo Elephant Park
  • watch whales and dolphins in Plettenberg Bay
  • hike in Rohberg Nature Reserve, Tsitsikamma and Cape Point National Park
  • drive along the scenic coastal Garden Route and Route 62
  • taste excellent wines in the Cape Winelands
  • experience vibrant and creative Cape Town
  • discover the quirky seaside villages of the Cape Peninsula
  • drive along famous Chapman's Peak drive
  • visit the Boulder’s Beach African penguins
  • climb up Table Mountain to watch the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean