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This flexible, self-drive itinerary offers an extraordinary diversity of experiences and landscapes within a 4-hour drive of Cape Town. Visit Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, a 'Big Five' reserve including the possibility of spotting white lions.
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Fly overnight to Cape Town. (N)
Arrive in Cape Town. Pick up your Group M hire car.
Drive to Four Rosmead for a 4-night stay. (N)
At leisure or optional excursions. (B)
Drive to Franschhoek and stay at Mont Rochelle
Hotel & Mountain Vineyard for 3 nights. (B)
Drive south to Hermanus and stay 2 nights at The
At leisure or optional excursions such as whale
watching either by boat or from the scenic cliffs. (B)
Drive to Sanbona Wilderness Reserve and stay
2 nights at Tilney Manor. Afternoon safari activity.
Activities include wildlife drives, guided nature walks,
rock art visits and boat safaris. (L, D)
Morning and afternoon safari activities. (B, L, D)
Morning safari activity. Return to Cape Town and fly
to London. (B)
Early morning arrival in London. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
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ETC2019: 11 Nights
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