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  • Location:Cape Town, South Africa
  • Duration:4 days (approx.)

4-Day Addo and Garden Route Safari from Cape Town

Wander along the Garden Route, a piece of paradise on the south-eastern coast of South Africa. A small-group and flexible tour to explore pristine beaches along the Indian Ocean, surf at famous J'bay, follow forest footpaths within Tsitsikamma; canoe in Wilderness National Park and search for Big5 in Addo Elephant National Park. Add optional activities - like bungee jump, sand boarding, zip line over waterfalls, learn to surf or even skydive to tailor this trip to your taste for adventure.

Highlights

  • Led by a local guide
  • Small-group tour by minibus
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Multi-Day Trip

What You Can Expect

4-Day Addo and Garden Route Safari from Cape Town

Tandem Skydive along the Garden Route

Day 1:
Kick-start your day with a wine tasting on the banks of the Breede River along the popular Route 62 in the Robertson Wine Valley. Then visit Wilderness National Park to jump into a two-man canoe and row gently down the river that winds through lush forests and mountains. Have the evening at your leisure in Sedgefield.

Day 2:
Rise early to catch the sunset, and enjoy a quick swim in the Indian Ocean or walk along the white sandy shoreline of Myoli Beach. Then choose between the following optional activities (own expense); either bungee jump or waterfall zip-lining.
Standing 216 meters above the Bloukrans River, the arch bridge is the ideal place to bungee jump! If you don’t want to participate in this optional activity, you can partake in the optional waterfall zip-line across the nearby Kruis River waterfalls.
Alternatively; submerge yourself in the magical Tsitsikamma forest, hike the wooden boardwalk through indigenous trees and water streams that leads to the Yellowwood giant, estimated to be over 1000 years old.
Explore the Tsitsikamma National Park with a 2-hour guided walk along shady forest paths set against a dramatic coastal landscape to the suspension bridges.
Spend the night in Jefferys Bay – famous for its beaches, marine life and for being one of the world’s top surfing spots.

Day 3:
Choose how you want to spend your day: Addo Safari or Jeffreys bay beach time.
Get an early morning start for a trip to Addo Elephant National Park, the third largest national park in South Africa; home to over 550 wild elephants, lions, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena and a variety of antelope and zebra species. Search for and spot some of the African Big Five animals and other game with the included 2-hour safari in the tour mini-van. Return to Jeffreys Bay for a quick visit to the beach in the late afternoon. Time and weather permitting, you can opt to stay in Jeffreys Bay for the day to go for optional surfing- or sand boarding lessons (own expense) in one of the world's most famous surf spots or check out the surf wear factory shops in town.

Day 4:
Take an easy guided walk to view Knysna Heads, two eye-catching sandstone cliffs that flank the mouth of the Knysna lagoon.
Choose to have more beach time at nearby Mossel Bay, or go skydiving (own expense) for the thrill of your life and a chance to take in breathtaking views of the coastline below. Out the door for 120 to 200kph free fall, strapped tightly to an instructor, falling free for about 30 seconds then a peaceful 3-min parachute ride to the ground. ( Maximum weight limit of ±100kg apply )
In the afternoon you'll return to Cape Town to reaching Cape Town in the evening.

Throughout your journey, your guide will provide informative commentary and can recommend great places for you to eat or visit.
From USD $ 270.81

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Tour code: 5600P24

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