Cape Town Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 780

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Johannesburg city

Day 1: Johannesburg

Welcome to South Africa and the start of your adventure with On the Go Tours. Upon your arrival at Johannesburg International Airport our local rep will be there to greet you and transfer you to your hotel where the remainder of the day can be spent at leisure.

Modern art in Johannesburg

Day 2: Johannesburg - Kruger N.P.

Today you will be transferred to the airport for your shuttle flight to the Kruger National Park where on arrival you will be transferred to your lodge, home for the next three nights.

Looking for prey in the setting sun

Days 3-4: Kruger N.P.

Kruger is the flagship of Africa and South Africa’s game reserves, offering an exceptional safari experience. Spend the next two days enjoying two game activities daily in the National Park. You will also have time to sit back, relax at your lodge and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and sounds of the wild!

Monkeys in the Kruger

Day 5: Kruger N.P. - Knysna

Departing the wilds of the Kruger today we transfer you back to the airstrip for your shuttle flight to Port Elizabeth airport. At the airport you will collect your hire car vehicle and make your way to Knysna.

Day 6: Knysna

Today is a free day for you to explore Knysna independently.

Day 7: Knysna - Oudtshoorn

Departing Knysna, make your way to Klein Karoo’s capital - Oudtshoorn. Here there is the option to visit the Safari Ostrich Ranch or the Cango Caves to explore the ancient stalagmites and stalactites and visit endangered animals at the Cango Wildlife Ranch.

Inquisitive ostrich getting up close

Days 8-9: Oudtshoorn - Franschhoek

Continue the Garden Route west to Franschhoek located in the Cape winelands region. Over the next two days you will have ample opportunity to enjoy fine wines and delicious international cuisine. Besides the obvious wine tours, there are also walking trails, cycling and for a wine tour with a difference, take a horse riding wine tour. There is also trout fishing in various streams and dams on the surrounding farms. Franschhoek also has numerous antique shops and local arts and crafts stores, an easy way to while away an afternoon.

Days 10-11: Franschhoek - Cape Town

Today make your way to Cape Town, affectionately known as the 'Mother City'. The next two days offer free time for you to independently explore. With Table Mountain as its iconic backdrop, a bevy of beautiful beaches, the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, wonderful shops, restaurants and bars, Cape Town is an essential stop in South Africa.

One of the many bays around Cape Town

Day 12: Cape Town

Today enjoy a boat trip to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the price paid for freedom.

Vineyard in the winelands region

Day 13: Cape Town

Day at leisure.

Cablecar to Table Mountain

Day 14: Cape Town

Today you will need to check out of your hotel and drop your rental car at the Cape Town international airport by 17:00. End of services.

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