Wine Tour & Garden Excursion

The wine country and Garden Route are popular excursions for the non-wilderness loving members of any party. A luxury auto collects you at the Cape Town or Port Elizabeth airports, and your professionally guided tours leads through the bread basket of Africa.

The resort town of Knysna reveals its secrets as the vacation destination for all of South Africa. Whale watching from offshore of Hermanus is nothing like what you experience elsewhere.

Just a short drive away from the center of Cape Town are the world class wine estates and fine restaurants of Stellenbosch. You're also close to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, where you can watch the Atlantic and Indian Oceans collide.

If you want something a little more adventurous, try scuba diving off Kosi Bay in Kwa Zulu Natal, a United Nations World Heritage site. You'll launch from the beach in a rigid Zodiac, fast throttled into the pounding surf as the waves crash over your head. Drift dive along the most pristine of the east African waters from 1 to 3 atmospheres of depth.

Set up in a beach camp under catered tents on the water's edge for a day-long underwater safari of sharks, rays, and even the famous Whale Shark.

If you head further south, you can experience Durban, the East-Asian Indian center of South Africa. Unmatched gemstones, jewelry, native crafts, night life and entertainment, and innovative dining experiences await you on the Gold Coast.

 

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Wine Tour & Garden Excursion

The wine country and Garden Route are popular excursions for the non-wilderness loving members of any party. A luxury auto collects you at the Cape Town or Port Elizabeth airports, and your professionally guided tours leads through the bread basket of Africa.

The resort town of Knysna reveals its secrets as the vacation destination for all of South Africa. Whale watching from offshore of Hermanus is nothing like what you experience elsewhere.

Just a short drive away from the center of Cape Town are the world class wine estates and fine restaurants of Stellenbosch. You're also close to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, where you can watch the Atlantic and Indian Oceans collide.

If you want something a little more adventurous, try scuba diving off Kosi Bay in Kwa Zulu Natal, a United Nations World Heritage site. You'll launch from the beach in a rigid Zodiac, fast throttled into the pounding surf as the waves crash over your head. Drift dive along the most pristine of the east African waters from 1 to 3 atmospheres of depth.

Set up in a beach camp under catered tents on the water's edge for a day-long underwater safari of sharks, rays, and even the famous Whale Shark.

If you head further south, you can experience Durban, the East-Asian Indian center of South Africa. Unmatched gemstones, jewelry, native crafts, night life and entertainment, and innovative dining experiences await you on the Gold Coast.