14 Day Cape Town & KwaZulu Natal Safari Tour Package
This magnificent 14 Cape Town & KwaZulu Natal Safari Tour Package includes and highlights the very best that these two provinces have to offer while on holiday in South Africa.
7 Days Cape Town
Explore, Discover and witness exactly why Cape Town is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South Africa. Enjoy and visit the very best while in Cape Town during your 7 Days in and around the area. Exquisite and magical scenery is ensured. Some of the places of interest during your 7 days in the area include Table Mountain, Stellenbosch, West Coast and then Hermanus the city of whales.
7 Days KwaZulu Natal
KwaZulu Natal undoubtedly is known for its bush country, wildlife and of course Zulu's. Enjoy the very best Safari's both early morning and evening Tours. Visit the oldest proclaimed game reserve in Africa, the very first world heritage site in South Africa ( iSimangaliso Wetland Park). Cheetah interaction, Elephant interaction and of course Hippos galore during your 7 Days in KwaZulu Natal.
This 14 Day Cape Town & KwaZulu Natal Package includes the very best that these two South African provinces have to offer. Magical people, cultures, wildlife, sightings and destinations.
7 Days are spent in and around Cape Town and then travel to Bush country in KwaZulu Natal to enjoy the African wildlife. All in all this 14 day holiday safari tour package will undoubtedly remain a memorizing and incredible journey.
14 Day Cape Town & KwaZulu Natal Safari Tour Package
Meet at Cape Town International Airport and transfer to Hotel.
We then head to the unique Table Mountain Aerial Cable car.
Please note that this activity is dependent on the weather.
The five-minute cable car trip to the top of Table Mountain, 1 089 meters above Cape Town, seems like an eternity as the views are mesmerizing. Once on top of Table Mountain we will meet the some of the local “wildlife”, like dassies & tortoises, enjoy the sights and scents of the fynbos and casually just be exploring the summit of this iconic landmark.
After this magical Table Mountain experience, we will embark on a completely opposite but no less impressive experience. A visit to the famous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, you have the opportunity to walk around and visit the unique, authentic and sometimes weird shops at the Waterfront.
Return to your hotel.
10h00 depart from your Hotel and we will then head off to Cape Point (Cape Of Good Hope), First stopping at Houtbay Harbour to experience this old fishing harbor.
We head off on the famous Chapmans peak drive to the Cape of Good Hope where you will have the option to walk up to the lighthouse or take the authentic tram called, Flying Dutchman.
The Cape Point Nature Reserve is such an ideal retreat, but it is also filled with history. The Cape Point itself was used as a navigational landmark for sailors in the 1400’s but the storm that occurs here also claimed many ships over the centuries. This was why the lighthouse was built in the 1800’s. You can still see shipwrecks along the coastline from some of the hiking trails in the reserve.
The Flying Dutchman takes its name from the local legend of the Flying Dutchman ghost ship. The line runs from a lower station at the Cape Point car park, up against an incline through dense fynbos to the upper lighthouse.
We will enjoy an excellent 5-star lunch at the Two Oceans restaurant with its spectacular views of False Bay.
Our first stop heading back will be Simon's Town which will be a short drive..
Then we will be visiting the vibrant seaside suburb Muizenberg for a look at the colorful changing huts, painted speckles against a majestic backdrop of blue mountains hues.
We then make our way back to your hotel, along Boyes for the great views of the Cape Flats.
We leave your hotel in Cape Town at 10h00 and make our way to Stellenbosch were we will drive through the historical town on our way to Franschhoek.
Our 1st stop will be at Takara Wine estate in Helshoogte. The estate offers visitors a unique combination of award-winning wines, brandy and olive oils, a gallery of fine art, a restaurant featuring one of SA leading chefs as well as a delicatessen and sculptures. The winery buildings industrial nature is softened by uncomplicated architecture
We then head off to Haute Cabriere at the bottom of Franschhoek pass and take in the amazing views of Franschhoek.
The farm dates back to 22 December 1694 when the French Huguenot Pierre Jourdan was granted a piece of land in Olifantshoek, today known as Franschhoek, which he decided to name after his home town Cabrière.
Lunch will then be served at Dieu Donna wine estate at Rocco restaurant.
Our last stop for the day will be Boschendal Wine wine tasting before heading back to your hotel.
Langebaan Known as the Jewel of the West Coast, Langebaan enjoys almost year-round sunshine.
10H00: Depart from your Hotel in Cape Town
First stop will be Blaauwberg Beach for a perfect photo opportunity of Table Mountain from across the Table Bay and also Robben Island that lies in the Atlantic ocean.
We will then make our way to Langebaan, known as the Jewel of the West Coast, Langebaan enjoys almost year-round sunshine. Langebaan is an internationally acclaimed Ramsar Site for its importance as a wetland and the tidal mud flats of the lagoon not only host many local bird species, but also attract migratory birds every year. Thousands of seabirds roost on sheltered islands, and brooding salt marshes are home to vast concentrations of migrant waders from the northern hemisphere. The town also borders onto the scenic West Coast National Park where we will enter through. After the rains in spring, the area is transformed into a flowering tapestry, which creates a remarkable natural display.
We will spend the night at the Farm house hotel experiencing your typical farm style house from yesteryear.
The hotel overlooks the majestic lagoon.
10h00 depart from your hotel and our fist stop will be the West Coast Fossil park.
See the fossils of bears, sabre-tooth cats, short-necked giraffes and the many other exotic animals which inhabited the west coast area some 5 million years ago.
We will then head out to Hermanus , we will take the scenic coastal Clarence Road to Betty's bay. Here we will visit the resident offshore penguin colony at Stony Point. The wooden walkway over the colony will provide you with ample photographic opportunities of these comical flightless birds.
At the turn of the century, Sony Point served as one of South Africa’s whaling stations of which the remains a clearly visible and well signposted. Inside the restaurant, which is run by the local community, a photo display depicts live during the turbulent whaling days.
From Stony Point, we will drive to Hermanus, a hidden gem on the Cape Whale Coast. Often described the Rivera of the Whale Coast, this modern, cosmopolitan village has something to offer to each of its visitors.
Stunning ocean views are a dime-a-dozen in South Africa but the frolics of a southern right whale is a different sort of luxury. We will take a whale watching boat ride from the New Harbour for up close and personal encounters with the migrating southern right whale. Whale watching is only from late June until early December.
In the morning we will take a whale watching boat ride from the New Harbour for up close and personal encounters with the migrating southern right whale. Whale watching is only from late June until early December.This is an experience not to be missed.
After Whale watching we will drive to the Hemel and Aarde Valley for a visit to selected wine estates , where we will do some wine tasting and lunch in one of the gourmet cuisine restaurants on a wine estate till about 16h00 when we will take you back to your hotel.
We will pick you up from your hotel at 10h00, drive inland towards the picturesque towns of Stanford, Napier and Bredasdorp to the town at the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas.
We will visit the unique Lighthouse Museum, a building carved from limestone. The design of the building was inspired by the Pharos of Alexandria.
The Lighthouse Museum is but a stones’ throw from the real meeting place of two oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic oceans, where we will visit the small cairn which marks the spot
Also clearly visible from the top are the old fish traps, made out of stone, that was used hundreds of years ago by the indigenous Khoisan people can be seen from the top of the lighthouse
Transfer to Cape Town International Airport for your domestic flight to Durban.
Arrive at King Shaka International Airport Durban or the surrounding area of Durban. Your personal ranger will meet you and transfer you to St Lucia a mere 2,5 hours drive North. The afternoon your game ranger will take you on a introductory drive and enjoy a sunset drink. (Overnight 4 star Accommodation St Lucia)
Big 5 Safari Umfolozi Game Reserve
Early departure with your game ranger to the oldest proclaimed game reserve in Africa 96000 hectares of wilderness to explore on a Open Game Drive Safari, enjoy incredible sightings, bush catering and a chance to enjoy a traditional South African Braai. Your passionate and experienced game ranger will ensure that you get to the best spots within the reserve without wasting anytime. This reserve is truly an iconic reserve. (Overnight 4 Star Accommodation St Lucia)
iSimangaliso Wetland Park
Departing after breakfast you will first hand discover while this area has been proclaimed as a world heritage site, travel by open game drive vehicle and enjoy a day of both bush and beach the tropical Indian ocean ensures year round bating conditions. Enjoy the migration of the mighty Humpback whales during the winter months. (Overnight 4 Star Accommodation St Lucia)
Boat Safari and Night Drive Safari
Enjoy a relaxed morning with some free time, late afternoon Boat Cruise on the St Lucia Estuary, Africa's largest. Home to more than 800 Hippos, 1000 Nile Crocodiles and an abundance of Bird-life.
Then depart for a Night Drive Safari to go in search of the Nocturnal Wildlife in the Western Shores of iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Go in search of the elusive Leopard, Hippos, Buffalo, Elephants and much more.
Western Shores Bush Safari followed by a Zulu Cultural show.Yet another busy day awaits as you will enjoy a half day safari into the western shores enjoy some magnificent scenery and tremendous wildlife. Then sit back and enjoy Zulu Dancing, Culture and folk stories or yesteryear.
With memories to last a lifetime, we bid you farewell as we transfer you back to Durban to continue your discover of this incredible continent.
14 Day Cape Town & KwaZulu Natal Safari Tour Package
Places of Interest
Cape Town offers splendid scenery, magnificent outings and destinations. Enjoy incredible Peninsula Day Excursion, journey past Hout Bay, Simons Town and Cape of Good Hope. Cape Town Waterfront, Blauwberg one of the most photographed areas for Table Mountain. Then of course Table Mountain with 360 degrees of splendor.