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Rates from USD 661.64

Starts from: Cape Town airport

Visited countries: South Africa

Visited areas: Cape Town Garden Route 

Itinerary type: Classic

Transport: Self drive

Day Transfers & visits Meal plan** Overnight Cat.*
1 Meet and Greet • Cape Town City Tour(n) • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway (o)     B B Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
2 Hout Bay Seal Island Boat Trip(n) • Cape of Good Hope National Park(n) • Champagne at Cape of Good Hope(i)(o) • Boulders Beach(n) • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens(n)   D(o) B B Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
3 Marine Eco Tour (2 hours)(o) • Helicopter Flip (10-15 min)(o) • Robben Island(o) • Victoria and Alfred Waterfront(n)     B B Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
4 Franschhoek Tour with Museum and Memorial(n) • Tram Tour(o) • Stellenbosch Orientation(n) • Stellenbosch Village Museum(n)     B B Hermanus: 138 Marine Beachfront Guesthouse 4Star
5 Walking the Cape:Cliff Path(n) • The Boat Trip(o) • Museum: Mossel Bay Diaz Complex(n) • Post Office Tree(n) • Knysna Discover(n) • Cruise(o)     B B Knysna: The Rex Hotel 4Star
6 Tsitsikamma Storms River(n) • Big Tree (Tsitsikamma)(n) • Protea Farm Tour (o) • Route 67 Nelson Mandela Bay(n) • Port Elizabeth(n)     B B Port Elizabeth: Ocean Bay Guest House 3Star
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(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
(n)Suggestions not included in our rates.
*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Your Itinerary

Day Transfers & visits
1 Meet and Greet • Cape Town City Tour(n) • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway (o)
2 Hout Bay Seal Island Boat Trip(n) • Cape of Good Hope National Park(n) • Champagne at Cape of Good Hope(i)(o) • Boulders Beach(n) • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens(n)
3 Marine Eco Tour (2 hours)(o) • Helicopter Flip (10-15 min)(o) • Robben Island(o) • Victoria and Alfred Waterfront(n)
4 Franschhoek Tour with Museum and Memorial(n) • Tram Tour(o) • Stellenbosch Orientation(n) • Stellenbosch Village Museum(n)
5 Walking the Cape:Cliff Path(n) • The Boat Trip(o) • Museum: Mossel Bay Diaz Complex(n) • Post Office Tree(n) • Knysna Discover(n) • Cruise(o)
6 Tsitsikamma Storms River(n) • Big Tree (Tsitsikamma)(n) • Protea Farm Tour (o) • Route 67 Nelson Mandela Bay(n) • Port Elizabeth(n)
7 End of our services
(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
(n)Suggestions not included in our rates.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Overnight

Day Overnight Cat.*
1 Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
2 Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
3 Cape Town area: Antrim Villa Guest House 3Star
4 Hermanus: 138 Marine Beachfront Guesthouse 4Star
5 Knysna: The Rex Hotel 4Star
6 Port Elizabeth: Ocean Bay Guest House 3Star
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*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
D1: Cape Town airport - Cape Town
Meet and Greet • Cape Town City Tour(n) • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway (o)
09:30-Meet and greet at Cape Town International Airport. This personalised service sees your guide meet you off your flight. While you enjoy a complimentary beverage, our guide will explain your itinerary in detail, give you general advice and information that will help you along your trip. Before handing over your travel documents and escorting you to your onward transportation, our guide will assist you with any queries you may have before you embark on your holiday.
09:09-Pick up your vehicle Europcar SA Classic Plus Cover Category C (7-13days) at Cape Town airport - Drop Off Port Elizabeth Airport (Day 7 12:09) - 7 days Special conditions
 -Tour of Cape Town. Also known as the Mother City, Cape Town is a rare cultural gem, resulting from the amalgamation of different nationalities and indigenous tribes. Alongside high-rise office blocks, a harmonious blend of architectural styles has been meticulously preserved, including Edwardian, Victorian and Cape Dutch. Narrow, cobblestone streets and the Islamic character of the Bo-Kaap enhance the cosmopolitan ambiance. During the tour you will see the Castle of Good Hope – this pentagon-shaped fort is the oldest surviving building in South Africa, and the Company's Garden – a large public park, originally Jan van Riebeeck's vegetable garden, which he grew to feed the original colony as early as 1652. The tour of this beautiful city introduces you to a rich culture and history. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Marvel at the views of Cape Town from the aerial cableway and plateau on Table Mountain. The Mother City is synonymous with the striking mountain that is flanked by Devil’s Peak to the east and Lion’s Head to the west, providing a dramatic backdrop to the city. Table Mountain holds an unusually rich biodiversity and forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a protected area. Rock hyrax, or dassie as they are locally known, are often seen scampering through the scrub and the views from the summit over Table Bay, Robben Island and the Atlantic seaboard are breathtaking. The cable cars depart every 10 to 15 minutes and rotate 360 degrees as they travel up to 302 metres above sea level, giving passengers panoramic views over the city. Five minutes is all it takes to reach the summit and once there you can marvel at the views, have a bite to eat in the restaurant or do a bit of shopping at the extensive curio shop. The cableway only operates when weather permits. (Optional rates: D1:Table Mountain Aerial Cableway)
 -Overnight: Antrim Villa Guest House (Luxury Double room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D2: Cape Town
Hout Bay Seal Island Boat Trip(n) • Cape of Good Hope National Park(n) • Champagne at Cape of Good Hope(i)(o) • Boulders Beach(n) • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Boat cruise from Hout Bay Harbour to Duiker Island. The island is a sanctuary for thousands of Cape fur seals (actually sea lions originating from the Antarctic) as well as a variety of seabirds including gannets, cormorants and sea gulls. It is illegal to land on the island, but the trip takes you within arm's reach of the seals who seem to know they're the centre of attention and put up a fantastic performance, diving and twisting with amazing speed and agility (weather permitting). (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, recognised globally for its extraordinary land formation, rich and diverse fauna and unique flora. The legendary Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope were key beacons for the early explorers and are the source of many myths and legends. In 1488, Bartholomew Dias named the peninsula the Cape of Storms. King John II of Portugal later gave it its actual name. The Cape of Good Hope is a scenic wonder, where soft white sandy beaches alternate with rugged stretches of rock and breathtaking cliffs. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Sip on a glass of sparkling wine at the Cape of Good Hope. Conclude an epic discovery of one of the most notoriously dangerous yet outstandingly beautiful coastlines in the world as you savour South African sparkling wine while perched on the rugged cliffs of Cape Point. Absorb the aromatic scent of the fynbos that surrounds you and listen for the scratching and calls of small wildlife that inhibit the mountainous terrain while watching the mesmerising view of the mighty Atlantic Ocean crashing and frothing below you. (Optional rates: D2:Champagne Cape of Good Hope)
 -Get acquainted with African penguins at Boulders Beach. Named for the large, smooth, round boulders that form this coastline, Boulders Beach is one of the few remaining locations in the country where African penguins are able to roost and nest without interference from humans. While the beach itself is a popular bathing spot, it is equally shared with these black and white marine birds that are frequently seen sunning themselves on the rocks or taking a dive into the coolness of the Atlantic Ocean. The adjacent fynbos area holds their delicate nesting grounds, and raised, fenced walkways allow visitors to enter the area without disturbing the birds. Look for nests hidden in the sand and among the scrubland as breeding pairs carefully nurture and protect their eggs. African penguins are classified as endangered species and Boulders Beach is the only location in the world where humans can get close to these birds in their natural habitat. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Discover Cape flora of every variety at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Delve into the immense wealth of biodiversity as you explore the Fragrance, Medicinal and Water Wise Gardens. Highlights at Kirstenbosch include the Peninsula Garden, containing many of the 2 500 plant species found on the Cape Peninsula, and the Protea Garden with numerous displays of the king protea, South Africa's national flower. The gardens were established in 1913 to promote, conserve and display the extraordinarily rich and diverse flora of southern Africa and today there are over 7 000 species in cultivation. Kirstenbosch is a World Heritage Site, covering 36 hectares set within a 528 hectare estate that contains protected mountainside supporting natural forest and fynbos along with a variety of animals and birds. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Traditional Dinner: Gold Restaurant
Drum and dine in African style at GOLD Restaurant. This Pan-African experience melds African culinary traditions with modern flavours, serving up a sophisticated African feast that changes seasonally. Guests are given a 14-dish tasting menu served in individual and shared portions, as the country of origin, cooking techniques and spicing are explained. Before you sit down to dine, participate in an immersive drumming experience as you beat the djembe drums along with professional drummers. While you are eating, archetypal African stories are told through the form of live entertainment with the superb GOLD team, dressed in authentic traditional garments. (Optional rates: J2:Gold Restaurant Traditional dinner)
 -Overnight: Antrim Villa Guest House (Luxury Double room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D3: Cape Town
Marine Eco Tour (2 hours)(o) • Helicopter Flip (10-15 min)(o) • Robben Island(o) • Victoria and Alfred Waterfront(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Climb aboard a hydrofoil and look for marine life in the ecosystem of Table Bay on a 2-hour eco tour from Cape Town. See ocean animals in their natural surroundings, such as humpback and southern right whales, depending on the season. Get the chance to watch pods of dolphins breaching close to the boat and marvel at their acrobatic displays. Be enchanted by Cape fur seals lounging on the jetties and get close to unusual species, such as sunfish. Watch African penguins diving for fish to take back to their breeding colony on Robben Island. Encounter birdlife, such as terns, gannets, cormorants and mighty black-browed albatross. (Optional rates: D3:Table Bay Marine Eco Tour)
 -Soar with the birds on a 10-12 minute helicopter flight over Table Bay. There is no better way to take in the scenic beauty and majestic mountains of Cape Town than with a helicopter flip over the coastline. The Cape Peninsula is home to some of the finest coastal scenery around and if you are lucky you may even catch sight of dolphins frolicking in Table Bay or a southern right whale riding a wave with her calf. Table Bay is dominated by the flat-topped and iconic Table Mountain and considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world, where high-end hotels rub shoulders with pristine beaches and a rich variety of indigenous vegetation. (Optional rates: D3:Cape Town Helicopter flip )
 -Trace the footsteps of Mandela at the Robben Island Museum. Located just off the coast of Cape Town, Robben Island holds a significant place in South African history as it once housed the country’s most famous political prisoner and freedom fighter, Nelson Mandela. It is now a World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in South Africa. Your visit to the museum will be guided by a former political prisoner, offering unique insight into the island’s history, and take you to Nelson Mandela’s former cell, standing exactly as it did when he was incarcerated there, as well as the lime quarry where he was forced into hard labour. Your tour begins at the V (Optional rates: D3:Robben Island Tour)
 -Explore the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, situated at South Africa’s oldest working harbour in the centre of Cape Town. Offering over 450 retail outlets selling everything from high-end fashion and jewellery to food and crafts, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is one of Cape Town’s most popular destinations, attracting in excess of 23 million visitors a year. Besides offering vibrant and chic indoor and outdoor shopping and restaurants, you can also watch fishing boats dock with fresh fish or see a container ship being towed into the harbour by a tug boat. Draw-bridges over the water open and close every so often to allow smaller sailing vessels access to the docks, while the Cape Wheel gives unsurpassed 360 degree views of the city, and the outdoor amphitheatre plays host to music, dance and theatrical performances throughout the year. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Antrim Villa Guest House (Luxury Double room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D4: Cape Town - Hermanus
Franschhoek Tour with Museum and Memorial(n) • Tram Tour(o) • Stellenbosch Orientation(n) • Stellenbosch Village Museum(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Discover the wine producing village of Franschhoek. This charming town lies nestled between steep mountain slopes just outside Cape Town, situated in the heart of the Cape’s wine producing region. It is world-renowned for the excellent wines produced here and it is also regarded as the food and wine capital of South Africa, with its streets lined with many cafes and restaurants. Franschhoek was originally established by French Huguenot settlers in the late 1600s and your tour will include a visit to the Huguenot Memorial Museum, displaying a large number of artefacts that illustrate the early life of the Huguenots, and the beautiful French-inspired Huguenot Monument, dedicated to the cultural influences that the Huguenots brought to the Cape Colony. Enjoy strolling through tree-lined streets and exploring art galleries, organic markets, boutiques and award-winning restaurants. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Depart from Franschhoek station and climb aboard a tram for a tour of the Franschhoek wine region. The Franschhoek Valley is home to some of the oldest and most distinguished wine estates in South Africa and is also an area of immense scenic beauty and splendour. The tram tour is one of the best ways to sit back and enjoy the true essence of Franschhoek as you stop at various wine estates to savour wine tasting at your leisure. Depart the tram when the fancy takes you to have lunch, stroll through the vineyards or sample some wines and then simply pick the tram or bus up again when you are done. The open-sided tram takes passengers right into the heart of the Franschhoek Valley, with a narration focusing on the history of village and wine cultivation. (Optional rates: D4:Franschhoek Wine Tram)
 -Wander through the oak-lined streets of Stellenbosch. Lying at the foot of the Simonsberg mountains and within the grandiose Cape Winelands, Stellenbosch is internationally renowned for its award-winning wines, fantastic restaurants, trendy culture and historic buildings. The town is the perfect place to explore on foot with its many side-walk cafes and buzzy student vibe, owing to the large and prestigious university that is an icon of Stellenbosch culture. Many leading wine estates are found here including Spier, Tokara and Delheim, as well as some of the country’s best restaurants where dining can be an informal al fresco affair or something more elegant and black tie. Art lovers can explore the copious galleries while outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of nature activities available to them at Jonkershoek. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Relive history at the Stellenbosch Village Museum. The historic village of Stellenbosch was developed around a Cape Dutch style town and the Stellenbosch Village Museum is composed of four different period houses, each representing the way people lived at that time and a different era in the architectural development of Stellenbosch. The Schreuder House was built in 1707 and depicts a modest pioneer cottage while the Bletterman House is a Cape Dutch H-shaped dwelling and an example of a gabled house from the 18th century. The Grosvernor House is a grand old mansion, whose furniture is indicative of the increasing influence of British taste on local design when neo-classicism was at the height of fashion. End your journey through time at the O.M. Bergh House, reflecting a typical middle-class Stellenbosch home during the mid-1800s. Guests may also stroll through the V.O.C. Kruithuis, the only remaining powder magazine in South Africa. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight at the Hotel: 138 Marine Beachfront Guesthouse (Mussel Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D5: Hermanus - Knysna
Walking the Cape:Cliff Path(n) • The Boat Trip(o) • Museum: Mossel Bay Diaz Complex(n) • Post Office Tree(n) • Knysna Discover(n) • Cruise(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Hike the Cliff Path in Hermanus. The coastal village of Hermanus in the Western Cape is a hiker’s paradise, offering a range of different trails and some of the best land-based whale watching in the world in season. With the striking Overberg Mountains on one side and the cool Atlantic Ocean on the other, the natural scenery is ever-changing and impressive. The well-trod Cliff Path is one of the most popular in the area and follows the wild and rocky shoreline for 11 kilometres, beginning at the Blow Hole near New Harbour and ending at Grotto Beach. The trail offers striking sea and mountain views and benches along the way allow for a rest stop and of course a spot of whale watching. Those who want a gentler, shorter amble can choose to begin at the Marine Hotel and follow the path to the Village Square for scenic views over Walker Bay and superb whale watching opportunities. Whale watching season runs from June to November. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Cruise the waters of Hermanus to spot southern right whales. Take an invigorating cruise out into the Atlantic Ocean to watch whales, dolphins and seals frolic in the ocean. The charming village of Hermanus is not only appealing due to its coastal fisherman ambiance but also for its reputation as one of the best whale-watching regions in the world. The cool, shallow coastal waters attract southern right whales from June to November as the sandy-bottomed, sheltered bays of the coastline are perfect for mating, calving and nursing their young. Your whale cruise will depart from New Harbour and head off to the most recent location of whale sightings. Whale cruises operate from June to December and snacks and soft drinks are available on the boat. (Optional rates: D5: Whale Boat Cruise)
 -Travel to Mossel Bay
 -Visit to the Bartolomeu Diaz Museum Complex in Mossel Bay. Bartolomeu Diaz was the first explorer to sail around the southern tip of Africa, landing in Mossel Bay in the 14th century. The grounds of the museum complex are on the shores of the Indian Ocean, the very site that European explorers first came into contact with indigenous African people. There are many attractions at the centre but one of the most popular is the post office tree, the first official post office in the country. Other attractions include the Maritime Museum with a huge, life-size replica of the ship in which Diaz first sailed to southern Africa. Here you can also follow the fascinating maritime history of the early Dutch, Portuguese and English navigators. The Shell Museum houses a collection of shells from around the world, a whale and dolphin exhibit and a touch tank and aquarium where you can learn about sea life along the South African coastline. The Granary at the entrance of the museum displays a live specimen table with examples of plants and flowers found in and around the Mossel Bay area. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Knysna
 -Trace the beginnings of the South African postal system at the Post Office Tree, located within the Diaz Museum Complex in Mossel Bay. History documents that early Portuguese explorers hung an old boot in this large milkwood tree in order to leave letters for others who came ashore. Thus a tradition was born, where sailors bound for the East left messages and packets for others making their way back to Portugal. The Post Office Tree is still operational to this day and letters can be posted in the boot-shaped post box at the foot of the tree. Why not give a loved one back home a treat and send them a letter from the oldest existing postal tree in southern Africa. The tree is over 500 years old and has been declared a heritage site. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Combine adventure and relaxation in Knysna. The picturesque town of Knysna along the Garden Route is surrounded by magnificent coastal forests and an extensive lagoon that boast the town’s most famous landmark, the Knysna Heads. While the Heads provide a treacherous channel into the ocean, the lagoon itself is peaceful and ideal for boat cruises and water sports. The Featherbed Nature Reserve lies on the southern Head and the beautiful Garden Route National Park is only a short drive from the town. (Suggestion not included in rates)
17:00-Lagoon cruise to the Knysna Heads on the John Benn, a fully enclosed luxury ferry. Enjoy the sea air and the sound of the water lapping around you as you cruise out onto the large lagoon towards its mouth, the Knysna Heads. The Heads are two imposing rocky outcrops that appear to stand sentinel at the mouth of the lagoon, with waves crashing on one side and smooth, calm water on the other. The beautifully appointed ferry has magnificent yellowwood decks, sourced from the local Knysna forests, and you will be treated to stunning scenery and a unique experience during the 90-minute cruise. Warm clothing is advisable as being out on the lagoon can get chilly; however, inside the ferry itself the atmosphere and temperature is warm, cosy and hospitable. (Optional rates: D5: Knysna Boat Cruise)
 -Overnight: The Rex Hotel (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D6: Knysna - Port Elizabeth
Tsitsikamma Storms River(n) • Big Tree (Tsitsikamma)(n) • Protea Farm Tour (o) • Route 67 Nelson Mandela Bay(n) • Port Elizabeth(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Tsitsikamma
 -Walk along the suspension bridge of the Tsitsikamma forest, where lies one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world, home to the Garden Route National Park. The Tsitsikamma National Park, part of the Garden Route National Park in South Africa, is a place where you can experience the outdoors, stunning marine life and an adventure filled vacation. The suspension bridge that hangs over the red-brown waters of the Storms River Mouth spans 77 metres and remains one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Tsitsikamma region of the Eastern Cape. Situated within the Tsitsikamma National Park, it was originally built in 1969.It hangs just seven metres above the churning waters of the river as it enters the foamy Indian Ocean. The pathway leading to the suspension bridge covers 900 metres of the Tsitsikamma forest. There are plenty of steps to negotiate, but it remains a fairly easy route, particularly if covered slowly. A steep decline takes visitors to the bridge, and standing on this dramatic piece of engineering, visitors are able to take in the unspoilt beauty around them. The Mouth Trail is the most popular walk in the Tsitsikamma and starts at Sandy Bay and takes one along a winding board walk through indigenous forest to the mouth of the Storms River. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Marvel at the immensity of the Big Tree in the Tsitsikamma Forest. It’s a rare opportunity to stand in the presence of a nine-hundred-year-old tree that reaches a jaw-dropping 36 metres into the African sky. The Big Tree is one of the Garden Route’s most impressive natural attractions and stands not far from the N2 main road amidst a natural indigenous forest. Visitors can follow the wooden walkway to the ancient giant that is surrounded by a viewing deck carefully encircling its trunk circumference of approximately nine metres. The gigantic yellowwood is close to ten centuries old and towers above the rest of the forest canopy, spreading its leafy fingers out for over 30 metres. Take a moment to marvel at the tree’s imposing presence and enjoy the coolness of the forest and the mystical air of the shadowy surrounds. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Admire South Africa’s national flower on a tour of a protea farm. The farm grows king proteas along with various other strains. These beautiful and unique flowers are cultivated, picked, stored and exported all over South Africa and across the globe. While on your tour you can see how these flowers are cut, stored and packed for shipment as well as how they are grown in the nursery from seed before being transplanted into larger fields. End off with a glorious walk through a field of proteas where you can admire their delicate beauty and amazing colours that range from pastel pinks to vivid shades of orange. Proteas belong to South Africa’s fynbos kingdom and are grown nowhere else in the world. (Optional rates: D6:Protea Farm Tour )
 -Travel to Port Elizabeth
 -Celebrate the 67 years that Nelson Mandela dedicated to racial equality on Route 67. Beginning at the iconic Campanile Monument overlooking the Port Elizabeth harbour, Route 67 offers a visual and artistic meander through the public life of Madiba with 67 arresting pieces of art created by 67 local artists. The trail snakes through the city’s central business district, passing by grand old churches, Vuyisile Mini Square, and the public library where the statue ‘Conversation with the Queen’ forms part of the artistic display. Poetry, a brightly coloured bus station mural and sculptures are all different elements of this visually and emotionally arresting route. The highlight is on Donkin Hill where a larger-than-life-size cut-out metal figure of Nelson Mandela leads a line of voters while, what is thought to be the world’s biggest South African flag weighing 15 kilograms and the size of a soccer field, flies colourfully above him. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Familiarise yourself with the city of Port Elizabeth. As South Africa's second oldest city, Port Elizabeth is also the commercial capital of the Eastern Cape and popular thanks to its temperate climate and safe, sandy beaches. Set along the beautiful shores of Algoa Bay, the city has strong British Settler roots and there are many historical attractions. The Donkin Heritage Trail follows the footsteps of the 1820 Settlers after they first landed in Algoa Bay and features 47 historical sites and colonial buildings along a five-kilometre walking trail through the central and Old Hill area of Port Elizabeth. Route 67 takes visitors on an artistic journey through Nelson Mandela’s life, and the city is also ideally located as a starting point for further explorations of the area, including the Garden Route, Settler Hinterland, Sunshine Coast and Cape. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Ocean Bay Guest House (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D7: Port Elizabeth - Johannesburg OR Tambo
 -Breakfast
 -Flight Arr 00:00 Port Elizabeth - Johannesburg (Economy Class) (Optional rates: D7:Flight Port Elizabeth-Johannesburg)
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