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Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days)

Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga

Experience Addo Elephant National Park, Knysna and Cape Town

Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga
Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga
Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga
Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga
Addo to Cape Town (4, 5 & 6 Days) | African Safaris with Taga

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*Note: Prices quoted are per person sharing and may vary from season to season. Please see all Rates below.

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Overview

Visit the Addo Elephant National Park, Knysna and Cape South Coast

Itinerary

Day 1: A Day at Addo Elephant National Park

After your Pick up at Port Elizabeth Hotel / Airport in the morning your exciting 4 Day experience begins at Addo Elephant National Park. We’ll spend our time exploring the Addo Elephant National Park. Starting off with a morning game drive in our own vehicles, our guides will aim to show us as much of the park, and the magnificent creatures that call it home, as possible, before we head back to the camp for a yummy and much-needed breakfast. After this, you’ll have some free time, which you could spend exploring the camp.

In the afternoon, we’ll embark on another game drive, which offers us the opportunity to see the animals we haven’t as yet, before heading back to camp for an exquisite dinner and great conversation with the new friends we’ve made.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 2: Addo Elephant National Park to Knysna

After getting off to an early start, we grab some breakfast and then head to the stunning, scenic Storms River, which actually travels through the Tsitsikamma Mountain Range and then out into the Indian Ocean … it’s a popular stop on the Garden Route. And if you think that sounds amazing, just wait until we get to experience the John Benn sunset cruise – it’s known as one of the best floating restaurants in Knysna!

Our accommodation on this evening will be at Aestas, a cosy B&B, located in Knysna, that offers stunning views and is only a walk away from several shops and restaurants. After all that exploring, this place is the perfect spot to spend the night!
(Breakfast included)

Day 3: Knysna to Agulhas

Today is the day you get to catch up on all the sleep you’ve missed. We have the morning at leisure before departing to Agulhas at about 11:00 … the drive may seem long but scenery along the way more than makes up for it.

We travel through the scenic Overberg region (you might see The Langeberg mountain Range in the distance), which has rolling hills and fields of wheat and canola, and fynbos. We’ll also pass well-known towns like Mossel Bay and Bredasdorp, which, by the way, has a great shipwreck museum … you might even be able to visit it if it’s open when we pass by.

Once we reach Agulhas National Park – our accommodation for the evening – we’ll get to enjoy not only breathtaking views but also a fine meal beneath the stars and the South African sky.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 4: Agulhas to Cape Town

After a satisfying breakfast, we’ll commence our journey through one of the most scenic parts of the country. If you didn’t get to see enough shipwrecks in Bredasdorp, Agulhas would have a few noteworthy ones, too. To appease those rumbling tummies, we’ll stop in the town of Hermanus to have lunch (own expense) and hopefully of spot several southern right whales (seasonal) while we’re at it.

After grabbing a bite to eat, we’ll continue through to Stellenbosch for an unforgettable wine tasting before concluding our journey in Cape Town. The tour ends at 16:00 at the airport and guests are reminded not to book domestic flights departing earlier than 19:00 or international flights departing earlier than 20:00. Guests staying on in Cape Town will be transferred to their hotel after our stop at the airport.
(Breakfast included)

Addo to Cape Town

Day 1: A Day at Addo Elephant National Park

Your exciting 5 Day experience begins at Addo Elephant National Park and we’ll spend our time exploring the park. Starting off with a morning game drive in our own vehicles, our guides will aim to show us as much of the park, and the magnificent creatures that call it home, as possible, before we head back to the camp for a yummy and much-needed breakfast. After this, you’ll have some free time, which you could spend exploring the camp.

In the afternoon, we’ll embark on another game drive, before heading back to camp for an exquisite dinner and great conversation with the new friends we’ve made.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 2: Explore More of Addo Elephant National Park

We spend an additional day at Addo Elephant National Park (you can’t spend too much time in the park, after all!). If there are animals that you haven’t yet seen, this day might be your chance to see them. After our drive, we’ll head back to the camp for a filling and delicious breakfast, and then you can relax and spend this time at leisure.

In the afternoon, we’ll embark on our second game drive for the day. As you probably know, you may get to see different animals from the ones in the morning as many of them only roam around at this time. Then to end off our day – an amazing dinner and some quality time with your fellow guests … there’ll surely be plenty to chat about.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 3: Addo Elephant National Park to Knysna

After getting off to an early start, we grab some breakfast and then head to the stunning, scenic Storms River, which actually travels through the Tsitsikamma Mountain Range and then out into the Indian Ocean … it’s a popular stop on the Garden Route. And if you think that sounds amazing, just wait until we get to experience the John Benn sunset cruise – it’s known as one of the best floating restaurants in Knysna!

Our accommodation on this evening will be at Aestas, a cosy B&B, located in Knysna, that offers stunning views and is only a walk away from several shops and restaurants. After all that exploring, this place is the perfect spot to spend the night!
(Breakfast included)

Day 4: Knysna to Agulhas

Today is the day you get to catch up on all the sleep you’ve missed. We have the morning at leisure before departing to Agulhas at about 11:00 … the drive may seem long but scenery along the way more than makes up for it.

We travel through the scenic Overberg region (you might see The Langeberg mountain Range in the distance), which has rolling hills and fields of wheat and canola, and fynbos. We’ll also pass well-known towns like Mossel Bay and Bredasdorp, which, by the way, has a great shipwreck museum … you might even be able to visit it if it’s open when we pass by.

Once we reach Agulhas National Park – our accommodation for the evening – we’ll get to enjoy not only breathtaking views but also a fine meal beneath the stars and the South African sky.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 5: Agulhas to Cape Town

After a satisfying breakfast, we’ll commence our journey through one of the most scenic parts of the country. If you didn’t get to see enough shipwrecks in Bredasdorp, Agulhas would have a few noteworthy ones, too. To appease those rumbling tummies, we’ll stop in the town of Hermanus to have lunch (own expense) and hopefully of spot several southern right whales (seasonal) while we’re at it.

After grabbing a bite to eat, we’ll continue through to Stellenbosch for an unforgettable wine tasting before concluding our journey in Cape Town. The tour ends at 16:00 at the airport and guests are reminded not to book domestic flights departing earlier than 19:00 or international flights departing earlier than 20:00. Guests staying on in Cape Town will be transferred to their hotel after our stop at the airport.
(Breakfast included)

Addo to Cape Town

Day 1: Cape Town to Oudtshoorn

Your exciting 6 Day experience begins in Cape Town. After departing nice and early at around 07:00, we drive through the scenic countryside and stop for tea en-route before arriving at Chandelier Game Lodge & Ostrich Show Farm, our accommodation for the evening. This hideaway is found between the famous Garden Route and the wide-open spaces of the Klein Karoo. Following the ostrich tour here, we’ll get to enjoy a delicious dinner before retiring to our comfy rooms for a good night’s sleep.
(Dinner included)

Day 2: Oudtshoorn to Addo Elephant National Park

There will be plenty to do on this day! You could visit Meerkat Adventures (optional and own expense), where you can do a two to three-hour tour with wild meerkats … before sunrise, we might add. Then, after breakfast, we’ll depart to Cango Caves – home to dripstone caverns containing vast halls and towering formations – for their Heritage Tour at 09:00. Once we’ve explored this unique site, we’ll enjoy a tasty lunch at Steytlerville Royal Hotel (own expense).

Following our arrival at the main camp at Addo Elephant National Park, we’ll aim to spot lions, elephants and more on a sunset SANParks drive. Remember, this is not a private game drive and other guests may be joining you on the drive. Dinner is a two-course meal, made with love and served al fresco. You may also be happy to know that wine is served with dinner but guests are welcome to bring along additional/alternative drinks which can be purchased at the shop.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 3: A Day In The Park

Today, we’ll spend our time exploring the Addo Elephant National Park. Starting off with a morning game drive, our guides will aim to show us as much of the park, and the magnificent creatures that call it home, as possible, before we head back to the camp for a yummy and much-needed breakfast. After this, you’ll have some free time, which you could spend exploring the camp.

In the afternoon, we’ll embark on another game drive, which offers us the opportunity to see the animals we haven’t as yet, before heading back to camp for an exquisite dinner and great conversation with the new friends we’ve made.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 4: Addo Elephant National Park to Knysna

After getting off to an early start, we grab some breakfast and then head to the stunning, scenic Storms River, which actually travels through the Tsitsikamma Mountain Range and then out into the Indian Ocean … it’s a popular stop on the Garden Route. And if you think that sounds amazing, just wait until we get to experience the John Benn sunset cruise – it’s known as one of the best floating restaurants in Knysna!

Our accommodation on this evening will be at Aestas, a cosy B&B, located in Knysna, that offers stunning views and is only a walk away from several shops and restaurants. After all that exploring, this place is the perfect spot to spend the night!
(Breakfast included)

Day 5: Knysna to Agulhas

Today is the day you get to catch up on all the sleep you’ve missed. We have the morning at leisure before departing to Agulhas at about 11:00 … the drive may seem long but scenery along the way more than makes up for it.

We travel through the scenic Overberg region (you might see The Langeberg mountain Range in the distance), which has rolling hills and fields of wheat and canola, and fynbos. We’ll also pass well-known towns like Mossel Bay and Bredasdorp, which, by the way, has a great shipwreck museum … you might even be able to visit it if it’s open when we pass by.

Once we reach Agulhas National Park – our accommodation for the evening – we’ll get to enjoy not only breathtaking views but also a fine meal beneath the stars and the South African sky.
(Breakfast & Dinner included)

Day 6: Agulhas to Cape Town

After a satisfying breakfast, we’ll commence our journey through one of the most scenic parts of the country. If you didn’t get to see enough shipwrecks in Bredasdorp, Agulhas would have a few noteworthy ones, too. To appease those rumbling tummies, we’ll stop in the town of Hermanus to have lunch (own expense) and hopefully of spot several southern right whales (seasonal) while we’re at it.

After grabbing a bite to eat, we’ll continue through to Stellenbosch for an unforgettable wine tasting at one of the wine farms, depending on the time available, before concluding our journey in Cape Town. The tour ends at 17:00 at the airport and guests are reminded not to book domestic flights departing earlier than 19:00 or international flights departing earlier than 20:00. Guests staying on in Cape Town will be transferred to their hotel after our stop at the airport.
(Breakfast included)

Addo to Cape Town

What's Included

Included:

  • Professional drivers/guides (FGASA registered – Field Guides Association of Southern Africa)
  • Meals as specified per itinerary
  • All day game drives as specified in the itinerary
  • Ferry Cruise on Knysna Lagoon
  • All entry fees and daily conservation levies
  • Accommodation in en-suite chalets
  • Bottled water during game drives
  • Wine with dinners

Excluded:

  • Meals not specified in itinerary
  • Guests are welcome to bring their own drinks to dinner, which can be purchased at the parks’ shops
  • Optional extra activities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities

Notes:

  • It is important to note that this is not a private safari and more than likely there will be other guests joining you on the safari.
  • Please note that the Addo game drives are conducted by us.
  • All passport and visa requirements are the guests’ responsibility.
  • Since we cannot guarantee our arrival time at Cape Town International Airport, on the last day we will not be held responsible for reimbursements of flight tickets should we arrive later than expected.

Rates

 2018 Sharing2018 Single
4 DaysZAR 10,350.00ZAR 12,260.00
5 DaysZAR 12,930.00ZAR 16,810.00
6 DaysZAR 15,520.00ZAR 19,460.00

Enquiries

Tel: +2711 465-5678 / 9364

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Tour Type

Budget Safari

Countries Visited

South Africa

Can be Customised

No

Departures

Daily

Solo Travellers

Yes

Ages

All