Kruger N.P. Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 668

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Cape Point, South Africa

Day 1: Cape Town

Upon arrival in Cape Town you will be met by our representative and escorted to where you collect your rental vehicle and be given all your relevant documents for the upcoming adventure. Drive to your hotel in the heart of the city. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

One of the many bays around Cape Town

Days 2-3: Cape Town

Spend today and tomorrow at your leisure exploring the city. Your Hotel is in the old and established suburbs of Gardens, Oranjezicht and Tamboerskloof merge into each other as they line the foothills of Table Mountain and Signal Hill. The area enjoys convenient proximity to the city, the Table Mountain Cableway, as well as the beaches.

Cablecar to Table Mountain

Day 4: Cape Town - Oudtshoorn

Make your way to Klein Karoo’s capital - Oudtshoorn today. 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. Being surrounded by mountains means that every road into Outdshoorn allows a picturesque pass, offering travellers scenes of unspoilt natural beauty.

Inquisitive ostrich getting up close

Day 5: Oudtshoorn - Plettenberg Bay

Today make your way to Plettenberg Bay. Known as the jewel of the Garden Route, this tranquil town is famous for its beautiful beaches, lagoons, indigenous forests and the rugged Robberg Peninsular

Seals on the rocks at Plettenberg

Day 6: Plettenberg Bay

Today is at your leisure to explore, you can enjoy a scenic walk around the point of the peninsular. Whilst in Plettenberg Bay why not head to beautiful Knysna and enjoy a fun and adventurous cruise to Knysna Heads?

Rockpool at Plettenberg

Day 7: Plettenberg Bay - Port Elizabeth

Your final port of call is along South Africa’s east coast at Port Elizabeth, 800km from Cape Town. Port Elizabeth is also known as "Nelson Mandela City", the landing place of the 1820 settlers and the area that saw the first meeting of Khoisan, British, Dutch, German and Xhosa people. This major sea port and tourist destination is renowned for its sunshine and sandy beaches. Conditions in Port Elizabeth are ideal for sailing, swimming and scuba diving.

Day 8: Port Elizabeth - Kruger N.P.

Be sure to make your own way to the airport in good time to settle the paperwork on your rental vehicle. When sorted embark your flight to Hoedspruit situated in Kruger National Park. Arriving here, the lodge staff are on hand to drive you to the hotel.

Looking for prey in the setting sun

Days 9-10: Kruger N.P.

Enjoy today and tomorrow at your lovely bush lodgings, as part of your stay two daily game activities are included, this could be game drives, safari walks etc.

Monkeys in the Kruger

Day 11: Kruger N.P.

Sadly your journey has come to an end, the lodge staff will transfer you to Hoedspruit Airport in time for your flight home.

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