Cape Town, the Garden Route & Big Five Safari for Solo Travellers

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One of the world’s most striking cities, a private game reserve, the high plain and sun-kissed Indian Ocean. This perfect introduction to South Africa, one of the world’s most beautiful countries, is crammed with unforgettable highlights and memorable experiences throughout. In the company of new-found friends, discover and explore spectacular Cape Town in its glorious setting, enjoy a stay on a private game reserve, with safaris to spot the Big Five, tour the scenic, wine-producing Robertson Valley and cross the arid plain of the Little Karoo. A visit to Indian Ocean resort Hermanus completes the wonderful tour. more

Holiday Highlights

Enjoy an orientation tour of Cape Town
Tour the beautiful Cape Peninsula
Experience Table Mountain’s rotating cable car
Spend two nights in the privately owned Aquila Private Game Reserve
Enjoy close-up wildlife encounters on sunset and sunrise safaris, relaxing on the poolside terrace, evenings round the Boma camp fire and dinners overlooking the reserve
Head into the wine-growing Robertson Valley
Visit the stylish Van Loveren wine estate for a tasting
See the extraordinary Cango Caves
Visit Knysna, on the beautiful Garden Route
Cruise on the Knysna Lagoon for lunch at the Featherbed Nature Reserve
Visit an ostrich farm
Visit whale-watching town, Hermanus, and enjoy a cruise
See Stony Point’s penguins and a community owned pottery


tour details

This tour is operated by Newmarket Holidays

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