Quaint and interesting shops, a tea garden and Portuguese restaurant Garden of Eden Go for a relaxing afternoon stroll through the Garden of Eden and enjoy the lush forest vegetation and birdlife Knysna Elephant Park This park offers a rare and exciting opportunity to get close to these gentle giants.
You will go with your tour guide out to the elephants on a tractor. Half day rate – R1200 (exclusive use) Full day rate – R2000 (exclusive use) The Featherbed Company This private Nature Reserve is situated on the Western Head and is only accessible by ferry.
Tasting also includes a selection of 6 to 8 of Fairview’s Jersey milk and goat’s milk cheeses.
Cape Route 62 will take you along the longest wine route in the Western Cape and probably the whole world.Those who have traversed the twists and turns of Cape Route 62 return time and time again and affirm that this is the road that provides them with the most inspiring experience.Stroll through the gardens on paved paths, learning about the different plant species from the plaques and signboards The ferry trip to Robben Island is a must!Once “home” to some of South Africa’s most famous political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela, Robben Island is one of the most visited tourist attractions You can’t leave Cape Town without visiting the island – it’s likely to be one of the highlights of your trip The V&A Waterfront attracts millions of visitors every year, with its combination of shops, restaurants, nightspots, tourist attractions and museums in the city’s historic harbour The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the finest aquariums in the world, with more than 3000 marine creatures to view, including sharks, turtles & penguins Enjoy a tasting selection of 6 different wines in Fairview’s wine and cheese tasting room, with dedicated hosts to guide and assist you.See the magnificent landscapes and towering cliffs, crystal clear streams and an abundance of trees and colourful, indigenous flora.
The ever changing colours of the majestic mountains, scenic passes, rivers, vineyards and orchards, as well as the multitude of attractions, will offer you an unforgettable adventure – whether this is in the physical sense or simply a kaleidoscope of scenic tranquility.
A guided tour takes you to meet the furry felines who live in a semi-natural environment.
You get so close, you can hear them purr and if you are lucky, you can even pat them!
Set in the gardens and surrounding vineyards of one of the first wine estates in Plettenberg Bay, with views of the Tsitsikamma Mountains and the Elephant Sanctuary.
Bramon has broken new ground by pioneering vineyards this far east of the Western Cape and offers their award winning bubbly Half day rate – R1200 (exclusive use) Full day rate – R2000 (exclusive use) Whale | Dolphin | Seal Safari Enjoy a boat excursion and see whales, dolphins and seals. Old Nick Village So much more than a shopping centre, this is a truly unique experience for the whole family.
Plettenberg Bay/Knysna – Cape Town via N2 or Route 62 We take the old Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn, on to the Cango Caves with its impressive limestone formations, sculptured by nature, in a variety of illuminated colours. Then on to the Port Capital of South Africa, Calitzdorp, where you can sample many of the finest ports and sweet wines, as well as a wide variety of reds and whites.