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Cape Town - South Africa:

Enjoy the delights of the

V&A Waterfront area with its

nightlife, restaurants, shops

and beach or take the Gondola

cable car ride to the top of Table

Mountain for magnificent views.

You will have the opportunity to

go on safari or visit the nearby

by wine growing regions.

Hermanus: Hermanus is a

seaside town southeast of Cape

Town, in South Africa's Western

Cape Province. It's known as

a whale-watching destination.

Beaches include Voëlklip Beach and the broad Grotto

Beach, overlooking Walker Bay. The Old Harbour Museum

is a site encompassing the old harbour, a fishermen's

village and the Whale House Museum. The latter has

informative displays and a suspended skeleton of a whale.

Mossel Bay: Mossel Bay is a harbour town on the Garden

Route in South Africa's Western Cape Province. It's known

for the wide Santos Beach and the 19th-century Cape St.

Blaize Lighthouse, which offers bay views. The Bartolomeu

Dias Museum Complex includes the Maritime Museum,

the Shell Museum and botanical gardens. The Post Office

Tree, a milkwood tree in the complex, has been used as a

mail collection point since the 1500s.

Plattenberg Bay: Plettenberg Bay is a seaside town on the

Garden Route in South Africa's Western Cape Province. The

sandy Central Beach and Lookout Beach both have surf

breaks. To the south, Robberg Nature Reserve is a rocky

peninsula with trails and the Stone Age Nelson Bay Caves.

Northeast are Birds of Eden, a free-flight bird sanctuary

in indigenous forest, and an elephant sanctuary. Whales

come near the coast in migration season.

Amakhala Game Reserve: Set in the Greater Addo area,

the reserve is 90 km and an hour's drive away from Port

Elizabeth. You'll enjoy a world-class safari experience, with

luxury lodging and brilliant wildlife sightings. Elephants,

rhinos, lions and an abundance of other animals call the

reserve home. The area is semi-arid and also consists of

a range of bird and plant life. The Big 5 game reserve is

known for its excellent wildlife viewing. You'll encounter

some incredible animals on your holiday. Lion, cheetah,

white rhino, elephant and buffalo, as well as giraffe and

zebra roam the reserve. See these wild animals on game

drives, or from the comfort of your room.

Pumba Game Reserve: Pumba Private Game Reserve

is set in the malaria-free Eastern Cape and provides an

intimateAfrican safari experience never to be forgotten.The

reserve is home to Africa's Big Five as well as rare white

lion, hippo, hyena, cheetah, giraffes,various antelope and

more than 300 bird species.

Pumba offers two lodges, namely Water- and Bush Lodge.

Water Lodge offers waterfront chalets overlooking Lake

Cariega, while Bush Lodge is set on afloodplain with scenic

mountain views offering luxury thatch and glass chalets.

All Chalets open ontoprivate game viewing decks boasting

plunge pools and outdoor showers. The bathrooms offer

free-standing tubs and double basins, and each room

is fitted with an earthenware fireplace. Whether dining

indoors or under the starlit sky, meals at Pumba are simply

sublime.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ Airport to hotel transfer

✥ 9 Days Standard car hire with all local

insurances (please be advised a one way fee

will have to be paid locally, approx £70)

✥ 2 nights' 4 star bed-and-breakfast hotel

stay in Cape Town, Hermanus, Mossel Bay and

Plettenberg Bay

✥ 2 nights' all inclusive safari stay

with game drives

The Garden Route begins about four hours outside Cape Town, and includes one of the most

beautiful stretches of coastline, the Garden Route stretches on the southern coast from

Heidelberg to the Tsitsikamma Forest and Storms River. It's a nook of the country that offers

inspiration to writers and artists whose presence gives the Garden Route a trendy flavour. It is

also a top priority of many a foreign visitor. The coastal drive links a series of charming towns

interspersed with natural beauty.

The Garden Route is also a feast of holiday towns, hamlets and villages, outdoor adventures

that include hiking, mountain bike riding, paragliding, white water rafting, fishing, boating,

swimming, and gobstoppingly gorgeous scenery that is the reason visitors return, year upon

year. There's little you can do to spoil a trip along the Garden Route. If you're adventurous, you

could be spontaneous and simply get in the car and go where your heart desires.

SOUTH AFRICA'S GARDEN ROUTE SELF DRIVE

11 Nights • January-December 2021 • Prices from £1599pp

Date Price from

2 Jan 21 £2099

12 Jan 21 £2069

23 Jan 21 £2079

22 Feb 21 £1999

14 Mar 21 £1999

3 Apr 21 £2179

23 Apr 21 £1829

13 May 21 £1739

23 May 21 £1629

2 Jun 21 £1599

12 Jun 21 £1629

12 Jul 21 £1699

22 Jul 21 £1699

10 Aug 21 £1699

20 Aug 21 £1699

20 Sep 21 £1699

30 Sep 21 £1889

10 Oct 21 £2049

30 Oct 21 £2049

9 Nov 21 £2049

19 Nov 21 £2049

9 Dec 21 £2049

19 Dec 21 £2379

29 Dec 21 £2249

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