11 Day Garden Route & Addo Elephant National Park

11 Day Garden Route & Addo Elephant National Park

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Departs From:                  Cape Town       

Ends:                            Cape Town

Length:                          11 Days

Accommodation:                Glamping & Lodge

Departure Dates:               Contact For Dates

Day 1, 2 Oudtshoorn

We collect you from your accommodation in Cape Town very early in the morning and make our way to Oudtshoorn is situated in the Klein Karoo in the Western Cape Province of South AfricaOudtshoorn is famous for being the Ostrich capital of the world. These large flightless birds are world famous for their beautiful feathers, soft leather, large eggs and healthy fat-free meat – all of which are exported all over the world. Oudtshoorn is surrounded by mountains on all sides! The Klein Karoo is an oasis in a fertile valley surrounded by the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountain ranges.   Every road leading into Oudtshoorn follows a gloriously picturesque pass, all of which present travellers with a stunningly scenic drive through this unspoilt area of natural beauty and rare fynbos eg: the Protea. Day 1 Lunch and Dinner Day 2 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Cango Caves Tour, Ostrich Farm Tour

Day 3, 4, 5 Addo Elephant Park

Addo Elephant National Park is located near the southern tip of central South Africa.  The park covers an area of 630 square miles (1,640 sq km) making it the third-largest South African national park behind Kruger National Park and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The ecosystem is comprised of several vegetation species that are endemic as well as at risk for extinction.  The park system has done a good job of rehabilitating the mammalian species; however, it has led to grazing and a reduction of some of the vegetation. Addo Elephant National Park is home to over 600 elephants, more than 400 cape buffaloes, and almost 50 black rhinoceroses. Other popular species include lion, hartebeest, zebra, warthog, and hyena. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, 1 Game Walk, 1 Night Game Drive, Daily Game Drive

Day 6, 7,8 Garden Route

The Garden Route is a coastal corridor officially extending from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape through to the Tsitsikamma forests in the Eastern Cape.  Covering ancient forests, glistening rivers, beaches, lakes and plenty of mountain scenery. This strip of land is world-famous and attracts plenty of visitors both national and international throughout the year.  Popular as a holiday destination as well as a permanent one, the GardenRoute is like none other.  Visitors will find unique flora and fauna (hence the name) encompassing spectacular indigenous fynbos. We will explore this aria with you over the next few days. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Knysna Heads Cruse, Ziplining 

Day 9 Cape Agulhas

 L' Agulhas is the southern most town in Africa where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans officially meet. It is located in the Overberg region of the Western CapeSouth AfricaThe early Portuguese seafarers rounding this dangerous point called it L'Agulhas which means Cape of Needles (referring to the jagged rocks of the coastline and also the fact that a compass shows no real deviation between true north and magnetic north at this spot). Most visitors consider the beautiful, historic red and white lighthouse as the icon of this region. Definitely worth climbing to the top, even if you are intimidated by the wooden flights of steps. West of the lighthouse is the entrance to the Agulhas National Park. The Cape Agulhas Region is mostly a dairy, wool and wheat farming area, but having the Atlantic and Indian Oceans around it, fishing has been an important industry since the early days. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 10 Hermanus

Stretched along a narrow ribbon of land between towering mountains and a spectacular shoreline, Hermanus is surrounded by nature in her grandest style. Sitting on the edge of Walker Bay, this small coastal town offers a bewitching array of experiences. Whales and Great White Sharks, the most diverse Floral Kingdom in the world, mountain walks and pristine beaches, secluded forests, crashing surf, lagoons and a hidden valley so beautiful it’s named ‘Heaven and Earth.’ Whale watching and so much to experience – champagne air and culinary delights. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 11

Sadly, all good things come to an end today we make our way back to Cape Town by late afternoon to drop you at your accommodation. Breakfast, Lunch

What’s Included  

  • Registered guide fluent in English and German
  • All accommodation, park and safari fees as per itinerary
  • Breakfast and dinner daily as per itinerary
  • Selected beverages
  • All transport in a fully equipped 4x4 vehicle
  • Fuel
  • Activities as per itinerary

What’s Excluded  

  • All flights and visas and border fees
  • Personal & medical insurance
  • Personal belongings
  • Tips, curios and any optional excursions and activities
  • Passports
  • Vaccinations


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