Guided Walking Holidays Cape Province Table Mountain is where your journey begins. From the plateau at over 3000ft you are looking at one of the worlds greatest panoramas. Below you, beyond the rocky outcrops of Signal Hill and Lions Head lies Cape Town itself, wrapped around the foot of the mountains. Off shore is Robben Island. Below the eastern fl ank lie Kirstenbosch Gardens and away to the south the Cape of Good Hope. You wonder if it can get any better than this indeed it can. You will have time in Cape Town to explore the city and to soak up the atmosphere of this beautiful, relaxed and diverse place. Moving on, we travel to Oudtshoorn in the Little Karoo, a semi-arid region, for four nights. Well visit local attractions such as the Cango Caves and perhaps an ostrich farm. Well walk in the Swartberg mountain range, including the famous Swartberg Pass (dependent on local weather conditions). The views from here are awe-inspiring. From Oudtshoorn, we travel south to the sophisticated town of Knysna, from where well walk in the Tsitsikamma National Park and on the iconic Robberg Peninsula at nearby Plettenberg Bay. Finally well drive the Garden Route back to Stellenbosch, one of the most beautiful towns of the Winelands region. Well walk in the surrounding mountains and visit the historic town centre. Well also visit Franschhoek to walk in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve before enjoying the opportunity to visit a local vineyard. Please note: on some days, especially allowing for the heat during summer months and rough terrain, the walks are considered to be at the top of the grade. At Ramblers Walking Holidays, we are in a fortunate position to be able to use our profits to help make a difference to peoples lives. By travelling with us on this holiday, you can directly help us support the destinations we visit through our staff-managed charitable project click Heart Sole Cape Town Update According to the City of Cape Towns modelling, Day Zero the projected date when the city would cut the ordinary supply of water to its citizens will not take place this year. This€hievement is due to residents, businesses, farmers and visitors pulling together to drastically reduce their consumption by 57% in three years, with this Cape Town have enjoyed some rain recently which is helping to fill the dams back up again. Although it is sensible to be mindful about your water consumption when staying in Cape Town, while the city continues to recover, the previous water restrictions are no longer in place for tourists.Read More.
|Departure Date||Return Date||Availability||Price|
|15/12/2018||02/01/2019||See our website||££3825.00|
|28/01/2019||15/02/2019||See our website||££3495.00|
|11/03/2019||29/03/2019||See our website||££3495.00|
|03/11/2019||21/11/2019||See our website||£Call|
|15/12/2019||02/01/2020||See our website||£Call|
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