Tailor Made Itinerary

14 Days
Anya’s Unique Midlands Meander, Kruger Safari & Cape Town Experience

1 night Johannesburg | 3 nights Mkuze | 3 nights Drakensberg | 1 night Hazyview | 3 nights Sabi Sand | 2 nights Cape Town

Tour Highlights

  • Mpumalanga Lowveld
  • Drakensberg Adventure Activities
  • Lake Jonzini Boat Cruise
  • Mkuze Game Reserve
  • Shangaan River Club Dining
  • Sabi Sand Game Reserve
  • Cape Town City Tours & Experiences
  • Adventure Activities

Client Review

Easy, non-stressful, super helpful, amazing!!!!

Anya was wonderful! I had started off working with 3 different people and Anya far exceeded anything they could offer us. She is so patient and attentive to every detail. We must have changed the itinerary 8 times before settling on the final one. Without Anya we would not have had this once in a lifetime experience. She thought of everything! Her optional tour suggestions were wonderful. We were really able to do so much and have so many amazing experiences. We received a handmade bag with our itinerary and information about all the places we were visiting etc. What a nice keepsake! She always had time to answer any and all of my questions no matter how small. Her knowledge and experience was invaluable! We had an absolutely amazing trip!

Thank you thank you thank you!

Colin & Karen M

Tour Consultant's Overview

The first time Colin & Karen M Travelled to Southern Africa with Pembury Tours, they had chosen our most popular Itinerary, the 11 Day Cape Town, and Kruger & Victoria Falls Tour. Two years down the line, I was contacted by Colin. With his love for the Zulu Battle Fields and Their love for Africa, Colin and Karen were ready for the next adventure. Colin had booked a tour to view the Battle Fields as it was the 140th commemorative of the Anglo-Zulu War. Once Colin completed this adventure, Karen was going to fly into South Africa and join Colin on a journey through KwaZulu Natal, a Safari in Sabi Sands and a short stop to Cape Town. I was excited! It is lovely working with Colin and Karen! I had arranged the tour in an order to ensure the clients would have direct flights to each destination and the travel time between each stop was an interesting and short distance! Although it was not their first time in Southern Africa, Colin & Karen had an amazing time exploring a whole different region of our beautiful country!
Anya Visser
Day 1 Arrival in Johannesburg

Upon arrival OR Tambo International Airport from your Zulu Tour, you are met by our representative who will hand over your travel documents and assist you to your airport hotel for your one night stay. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure.

Johannesburg is South Africa’s largest city and is the financial and commercial capital of Africa. It is in this fast-paced metropolis that the country’s radical political and social transformation is most evident - this is the “Rainbow Nation” at work.

Day 2 Johannesburg to Mkuze - Zululand & Elephant Coast

Upon arrival at OR Tambo International Airport you are met by our representative who will be waiting for you in the Arrivals Terminal. You will receive your travel documents and are assisted to the Domestic Departures Terminal for your direct flight to Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal.

Upon arrival at Richards Bay Airport at 12h40, you are met by your driver and transferred northwards to your Country Inn located in the town of Mkuze. Upon arrival at your Country Inn, you have time to settle in before exploring the various activities at the Ghost Mountain Inn.

Flight time – Johannesburg to Richards Bay: approx. 1hr 15mins

Transfer time – Richards Bay Airport to Mkuze Town: approx. 2hrs

Day 3 to 6 Mkuze - Zululand & Elephant Coast (3 nights)

The Elephant Coast, situated in the north eastern part of KwaZulu Natal, borders Swaziland in the north west and Mozambique in the north and is also known as Zululand and Maputaland. The area offers an unforgettable opportunity to retrace the paths of past traders, explorers and tribesmen, to view traditional homesteads amongst tribal communities and to revel in the areas unspoiled beauty.

The Elephant Coast is named after the country’s largest herd of indigenous African elephants that have lived in sand forests in this region for centuries. The Elephant Coast extends inland across to the Lubombo Mountains in the west, and includes the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve, the oldest game park in Africa - home to the big five.

Mkuze is a small Elephant Coast trade and transport centre. It is also the name of one of the Elephant Coast waterways that meanders across the southern expanse of Maputaland, eventually feeding into the Isimangaliso wetlands. The Mkuze River cuts through the Ubombo Mountains before serving as a boundary for Zululand's famous Mkuze Game Reserve now part of the Isimangaliso Wetland Park.

From the village of Mkuze, it's possible to ponder the mystery and legend surrounding the jagged heights of Ghost Mountain. With its dramatic silhouette it's not difficult to understand why the mountain is said to be haunted.

Day 6 Mkuze to Drakensberg

After breakfast, you are met by your driver and transferred to your farmhouse in the Drakensberg. You enjoy a scenic drive through the rolling hills along the coastal road followed by a journey inland to the magnificent Drakensburg Mountains. Enjoy touring en-route to your country farmhouse accommodation.

Upon arrival at your accommodation, you have time to settle in and the rest of the afternoon is at leisure.

Transfer time – Mkuze Town to Drakensberg: approx. 5 ½ hrs

Day 6 to 9 Drakensberg (3 nights)

The Drakensberg is the highest mountain range in Southern Africa, rising to 3,482 metres (11,424 ft) in height. Soaring basalt cliffs and golden sandstone ramparts tower over rolling grasslands, steep-sided valleys, rocky gorges and ancient San rock art. Adventure activities abound: hiking, abseiling, canoeing, mountain-biking, mountain-climbing, while the more sedentary will enjoy the awe-inspiring views and abundant birdlife.

A World Heritage site known to the Zulu people as uKhahlamba meaning “Barrier of Spears”, the Drakensberg forms a majestic semi-circular border between KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and the inland mountain kingdom of Lesotho.

Day 9 Drakensberg to Mpumalanga Lowveld/ Hazyview (1 night)

You enjoy breakfast at your cosy farmhouse before you are met by our driver and transferred by road to King Shaka International Airport, Durban.

Upon arrival at King Shaka International Airport in the early afternoon, you bid farewell to Zululand and check in for your direct flight to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Nelspruit.

Upon arrival at Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, you are met by our safari representative and transferred by road to your country lodge in Hazyview for your one night stay. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure.

Transfer time – Drakensberg to King Shaka International Airport: approx. 2 ½ hours Flight time - King Shaka International Airport to KMIA Airport: approx. 1 hour Transfer time – Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport to Hazyview: approx. 50 minutes

Day 9 Mpumalanga Lowveld to Sabi Sand Game Reserve

This morning you enjoy breakfast at your country lodge, before you are met and transferred northwards to your game lodge in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, part of the greater Kruger National Park.

Upon arrival at your lodge, you have time to settle in before you set off on your first afternoon game drive in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

Transfer time – Hazyview to Sabi Sand Game Reserve: approx. 2 hrs

Day 9 to 12 Sabi Sand Game Reserve (3 nights)

Forming part of the Greater Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sand Reserve has no fences and the wildlife is able to cross freely between the Sabi Sands and the rest of the Greater Kruger National Park. The safari experience in the Sabi Sand is highly personalized because game drive vehicles have exclusive traversing rights in their area. The Sabi Sand Reserve is a remarkable natural sanctuary known for its exceptionally high concentration of animal and bird life. Close contact encounters are guaranteed as the animals are not threatened by the presence of vehicles thanks to sound conservation management policies. Safaris are led by experienced rangers coupled with local Shangaan trackers. With exceptional sightings of leopard (usually the most elusive of cats), lion, rhino, elephant and buffalo during game drives - visitors are never lacking in exciting photographic content.

Day 12 Sabi Sands Game Reserve to Cape Town

After your morning game drive and brunch, you are met by our representative and you bid farewell to this African Wonderland. You are transferred by road from your lodge to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport to catch your direct flight to Cape Town.

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport you are met by our representative and transferred to your hotel along the V&A Waterfront for your two night stay. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Transfer time – Sabi Sands Game Reserve to KMIA Airport: approx. 2 hrs

Flight time – Nelspruit to Cape Town: approx. 2 ½ hrs

Transfer time – Cape Town Airport to Cape Town Hotel: approx. 40 mins

Day 12 to 14 Cape Town (2 nights)

Welcome to Cape Town, Mother City of Africa, and the Western Cape, an area which is regarded as one of the most beautiful regions in the world. The City is a rare cultural gem, resulting from the amalgamation of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers, the local Bushman and Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north.

The impressive presence of Table Mountain, flanked by the legendary Devil's Peak and historical Signal Hill, stands proudly above the city. Beautiful white sandy beaches along a peaceful coastline frame the Cape Peninsula, which is famed for its unique floral kingdom, bountiful rivers, vleis and dams and magnificent countryside. The surrounding area extends far into the winelands, green in summer and red-gold in autumn.

The Mother City boasts a multitude of entertainment, ranging from outdoor activities and adventures in the sun to a roaring night life under neon signs. The vast range of shopping opportunities includes haggling with shop holders at Greenmarket Square Flea Market, as well as breezing through sophisticated and stylish shopping malls. The huge variety of restaurants reflects the multicultural history of the Cape and caters for everyone's taste, from fast-food outlets and casual to the chic to the very elegant.

The city provides a setting for many scenic wonders, magnificent seascapes and panoramic vistas. The beautiful coastal areas of Camps Bay, Clifton, Llandudno, Bantry Bay, Hout Bay and Blouberg surround the breath-taking tranquillity of the winelands, Constantia, Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek.

Day 14 Cape Town & Departure

Today is spent at leisure, until you are collected from your hotel and transferred to Cape Town International Airport.

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, you make your way to the International Departures terminal and check in for your flight to London. We bid you farewell!

Transfer time – Cape Town Hotel to Cape Town Airport: approx. 40 mins

Johannesburg: OR Tambo City Lodge

Based at Africa’s busiest airport, City Lodge at OR Tambo Airport will provide business and leisure travellers with “home away from home” accommodation that is ideal for those commuting to and from Johannesburg and perfect for those who require immediate access to the airport.

The hotel boasts boardroom and conference facilities, a fitness room as well as a deck with a pool and a large commercial area with a coffee shop. There is a sociable bar where you can while away an evening. The 303 spacious air-conditioned rooms have either queen or twin beds and en-suite bathrooms.

OR Tambo Airport offers a number of services from banking to a wide range of retailers, so whether it’s a good book or a scrumptious meal, the airport’s facilities have everything you need.

Mkuze: Ghost Mountain Inn

Ghost Mountain Inn lies at the foot of the legendary Ghost Mountain in Mkuze, Northern KwaZuluNatal. A tale of family, history and an innate love for Africa, this intimate and award-winning hotel is the ideal location from which to explore the game and coastal reserves of Zululand and the Elephant Coast.

Room categories at Ghost Mountain Inn include 22 comfortable Standard Rooms, 19 Superior Rooms with upgraded linens and amenities, 7 Garden Rooms generous in size and 1 Suite with extra luxury. Delightful dining areas, Roy’s bar, 2 swimming pools, lounge, gift shop, and garden round out the facilities.

The 5 acres of verdant rolling gardens stretch down to the water on the boundary of the property. The flourishing old trees and succulent fruit attract many species of birdlife, for which Mkuze is well known, and the garden also features a bird hide and jetty for both birding and relaxing.

The hotel offers two pools. The larger of the two is situated in the garden in front of the hotel, surrounded by umbrellas and loungers where the second, a rock pool in a more secluded area of the Spa, offers a truly unique experience.

Comfortable airy lounge areas with fireplaces for the chilly winter months, as well as complimentary wireless internet, are available for all guests to take pleasure in. Open all day, the gift shop offers a variety of curios, from beaded artefacts and carvings to Nguni cow hides and clothing.

Seasonal Menus offering the freshest local ingredients combined with traditional favourites are served in the Dining Room, outdoors on the terrace or under the warm African sky in our traditional Boma.

A relaxed place to meet other travellers over a cocktail or gin and tonic, Roy’s bar is the perfect spot to unwind. Delight in a glass of wine from our award winning wine list whilst taking in a stunning view of the blooming gardens and swimming pool or simply sit back and enjoy the comfortable African decor.

Drakensberg: Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse

Within a decade, Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse has earned global renown as a romantic gourmet getaway. Nestled in the heart of the Kwa-Zulu Natal Drakensberg, Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse is a 5 star lodge dedicated to sumptuous food and rustic luxury. This is the ultimate getaway for peace, tranquillity and solitude. It is a restful refuge with professional yet understated service, and the gourmet experience is something to savour. The historical farmhouse is set in magnificent gardens, including an enviable vegetable garden.

Each of the 11 rooms has warm, snug beds with crisp, fresh cotton sheets and mohair blankets, spectacular views and country kitchen aromas filling the air with fresh smells of freshly-caught trout and homemade breads. The menus for Cleopatra’s legendary 7-course dinners change every evening according to the seasons in the gardens and the availability of the local produce. Choose your wine from the underground wine cellar to complement your meal and experience the tales of Chef-Owner Richard’s culinary preparations.

Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse is tucked away in the beautiful Kamberg Valley close to Giant’s Castle Nature Reserve, and it has splendid views of the Drakensberg Mountains and crystal clear streams and waterfalls running by. Enjoy fishing in the trout-filled dam or just relax at the dam with one of your favourite novels. Discuss food with your knowledgeable hosts or relax with a book in the Library and watch the weaver birds building nests outside. If you can bear to tear yourselves away from Cleopatra’s, there are scenic drives, walking and hiking trails.

Mpumalanga Lowveld - Hazyview: Hippo Hollow Country Estat

Situated on the banks for the Sabie River in Hazyview, this Lodge has an authentic "Out of Africa" feel about it.

At Hippo Hollow guests are accommodated in unique thatched Garden and River Chalets and Courtyard Hotel Rooms, which either overlook the beautiful gardens or the impressive Sabie River. All rooms and chalets have en-suite bathrooms and tea/coffee facilities and are furnished with touches of local wood for a traditional finish.

The in-house restaurant offers a variety of delicious dishes accompanied by a selection of South African wines. Indulging in the sight of kingfishers and other beautiful water birds or the grazing of the hippopotamus on the lawn against the backdrop of a beautiful African sunset.

The beautifully maintained gardens, with two swimming pools, is home to a wonderful variety of bird species, and the Sabie River attracts hippo, crocodiles, monkeys, waterbirds and even elephants from the Elephant Whispers sanctuary.

Sabi Sand Game Reserve: Inyati Game Lodge

Situated in unquestionably one of the best game viewing areas in Southern Africa, Inyati Game Lodge offers you the ultimate experience combining wildlife and comfort. The Sabi Sand Reserve is home to the 'Big Five' (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo), as well as cheetah, wild dog and hundreds of other species of animals, birds and plants indigenous to the area.

View Africa’s most impressive wildlife on morning and afternoon/evening game drives in open 4wheel drive safari vehicles with expert guides and Shangaan trackers. Game drives traverse an area of 10 000 hectares (24 700 acres) and strict vehicle limits at sighting ensure the exclusivity of your game viewing experience.

Inyati has 3 family chalets, 4 standard chalets and 4 executive chalets. The chalets are all airconditioned with an en-suite bathroom. Inyati’s superbly positioned guest sitting and dining areas overlook the perennial Sand River, which provides a plentiful supply of water especially during the dry winter months. Other facilities include the Warthog Hollow bar, a swimming pool, airconditioned gym and walk-in wine cellar. The traditional boma is used at night, (weather permitting) and is a truly memorable way to experience a safari evening under the African night sky.

Cape Town: Victoria & Alfred Hotel

The Victoria & Alfred Hotel is situated in the heart of the trendy Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse and converted in 1990 to a luxury hotel, this privately owned hotel is renowned for the highest international standards. This landmark hotel offers spectacular views of the working harbour and Table Mountain.

It's the detail that gives the V&A Hotel its elegance, intimacy, romance and reputation, the wooden staircase, the telescope, flowers and the service – friendly and efficient yet never intrusive. There are 94 spacious, air-conditioned, en-suite bedrooms spread over three floors. All the creativelystyled rooms have spectacular views over Table Mountain, the harbour’s Alfred Basin or the Piazza. Relax alfresco on the quayside terrace and enjoy the unique atmosphere, watching buskers and entertainers go by. There is a Designer Spa and state-of-the-art gym facilities, as well as a pool area in a beautifully manicured garden, where you can escape from the buzz of the busy Waterfront. The V&A Hotel’s in-house restaurant, OYO Restaurant & Cocktail Bar, is arguably the finest dining location in the V&A Waterfront. In addition to OYO, there are also four sister restaurants conveniently located in close proximity to the hotel and lunch and dinner at the sister restaurants can be billed to your room at the V&A Hotel.

Included in price Mkuze: Boat Cruise on Lake Jonzini; Mkhuze Game Drive & Ghost Mountain Spa Massage

Enjoy 2 nights’ accommodation with breakfast and one complimentary dinner; a game drive, boat cruise on Lake Jozini and a 30 minute back and neck massage.

Lake Jozini lies in a dramatic setting at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains and is one of South Africa’s largest dams. There are several exquisite gorges which abound with cycads and a wide variety of birds. On the western side of the dam one might see elephant, rhino, hippo and crocodile. uMkhuze harbours an astonishing diversity of habitats ranging from the eastern slopes of the Lebombo Mountains to stretches of rolling acacia savannah, swamps, woodlands and riverine forest. Wildlife includes black and white rhino, elephant, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, buffalo and a multitude of plains game.

Escape to an oasis filled with serenity and pampering at the Ghost Mountain Spa. With a variety of body pampering treatments and soothing facials, using distinctive spa therapies, our experienced and down-to-earth staff promise a world of relaxation.

Suggested Drakensburg: Adventure Activities

Mountain Hikes & Walks:
Highmoor Nature Reserve makes up 90% of our border and has just been declared a world heritage site because of its inherent beauty. It is a 10 minute drive from Cleopatra in a normal motor vehicle, (cars can be parked at the top). Wildlife often seen during walks includes eland, reedbuck, oribi, jackal, serval, lynx (caracal), extensive birdlife and a huge diversity of flora. Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse is situated on 500 acres of rolling hills and walking trails are available on the property as well.

Horse Riding:
Horse riding in the Drakensberg is extremely popular and is available 10 minutes’ drive down the road on the most beautiful Appaloosa horses. The rides are approximately 2½ hours in duration and they cater for novice and experienced riders. Your horse ride will take you over rolling hills with the spectacular mountain scenery and the horses are well suited to all types of terrain.

Trout Fishing:
Fishing is available all year round and rivers in the area are stocked with Brown Trout whilst the dams are stocked with Rainbow Trout. Fishing is available at Highmoor and Kamberg as well as our Little Mooi River on the property. Rods are available for hire from the lodge.

Berg by Helicopter:
The helicopter is on standby which will pick you up in the garden and fly you over the Little Berg to Giants Castle. You will hover next to the Big Berg and fly over wildlife, rolling hills, rivers and land on top of the Little Berg for a glass of sparkling wine with Giants Castle in the background. The flight is about half an hour in duration and a fantastic way of seeing Ukhahlamba (The Barrier of Spears – the Zulu name for the Drakensberg Mountains).

Midlands Meander:
There are 184 craft stops on the Midlands Meander, from woodturners to potters, to cheesemakers, weavers and much more.

Bushman Rock Art:
Home of the rock art in the Drakensberg dates back over 3000 years. The best sighting in our area is at Kamberg (Little Berg), a 20 minute drive from Cleopatra and a 2 hour walk. Alternatively there is Rock Art at Giants Castle (Big Berg), a 45 minute drive, and a 45 minute walk with tours on the hour every hour from 09h00 – 15h00.

Cycling through the Valley:
Country Life magazine found the Kamberg to be one of SA’s top 10 mountain biking destinations! Glengarry – the neighbour - now has a 15km - purpose built - single track cycling route which is available to the guests. Enjoy the interesting route over the farmlands with views of the surrounding scenery.

Suggested Mpumalanga Lowveld - Hazyview: Shangaan River Club Dinner

Based at Hippo Hollow Country Estate in Hazyview, the Shangaan River Club welcomes all to the festivities under the thatched Boma where traditional South African and Shangaan cuisine form a feast in the true sense of the word.

An African banquet with an impressive selection of Shangaan and South African mouth-watering dishes served from traditional cast-iron pots completes your enlightening and entertaining Shangaan experience. Immerse yourself in a wealth of culture with a night of Shangaan dance and song enthusiastically provided by children from a local AIDS orphanage, which provides shelter and education for abandoned street children.

The children’s participation ensures they are re-united with their true African heritage, thus preserving the legacy for generations to come. With each song, the local chief narrates a song or proverb from tribal legend, sharing the rich heritage and customs of the Shangaan people.


SALADS Mazambane (potato) Salad; 3 Bean Salad, Cabbage & Raison Salad, Beetroot & Apple Salad, Kernel Corn & Feta Salad

STARTERS Chicken Liver Paté with Toast Sweet Potato Fritters with Sweet Mango Chutney Marhupu (potato) Soup with Croutons Selection of Condiments

HOT BUFFET Warthog Ribs with Lavender Basting Beef Boerewors

IN THE POT Cape Malay Chicken Curry Venison Hot Pot

SELECTION OF CONDIMENTS Roast Butternut | Caramelised Root Vegetables | Fired Corn on the Kob (mielies) | Samp & Beans | Ethnic Flavoured Rice | Pap & Sheba

HOT BUFFET CONDIMENTS Pinotage Marmalade | Amarula Jelly Marogo & Pumpkin Seed SalsaTomato & Chili Jam | Sambals | Peach Chutney

DESSERTS Van der Hum Pancakes filled with Banana Traditional Malva Pudding | Koeksisters Milktart | Fruit Kebab | Vanilla Anglaise

Included in price Sabi Sand Game Reserve: Daily Safari Programme at Inyati Game Lodge

At Inyati the days are designed to thrill you with intimate wildlife encounters and the nights to delight you with the indulgence and romance of the African night. View Africa’s most impressive wildlife on morning and afternoon/ evening game drives in open 4-wheel drive safari vehicles with expert guides and Shangaan trackers. Game drives traverse an area of 10 000 hectares (24 700 acres) and strict vehicle limits at sighting ensure the exclusivity of your game viewing experience. Off-road driving ensures that you have the best possible view of any exceptional sighting and guides are constantly in touch with each other to keep track of animal movements.

During your stay at Inyati, you are likely to spot a great variety of wildlife, including species such as leopard, lion, rhino, large herds of buffalo, elephant, reedbuck, hyena, hippopotamus, nyala, cheetah, wild dogs and many types of birds. Inyati means buffalo in Shangaan /Tsonga which is one of the languages of the local people and Inyati is home to this powerful, indomitable breed. Two rivers supply the Sabi Sand Game Reserve with a valuable water source. The Sand River flows through the reserve for 50km (31 miles) from North West to South East whilst the Sabie River flows on the southern boundary. The sustenance of these rivers ensures that this area enjoys one of the highest and most bio-diverse wildlife populations of any area in Africa. Over two hundred different species live in abundance, whilst the ever changing bird life provides even the most experienced ornithologist with rare finds. Such is the environment that the wildlife, save for the migratory birds, remain in their territories all year round.

Guests can also enjoy interpretive guided bush walks offering the bird watcher, dendrologist, botanist and the nature enthusiast the ultimate bush experience. Experience an up close and personal glimpse of the African bush on foot in the company of our expert guides and trackers, taking the time to observe the small wonders of the bush, from spiders and ant lions to dung beetles.

Suggested Cape Town: V&A Waterfront, Robben Island & Two Oceans Aquarium

Spend time today at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. You can take a ferry from the Waterfront across Table Bay to Robben Island. An ex-prisoner takes you on an extensive tour of the prison, which includes a visit to Nelson Mandela’s cell, the limestone quarry and the old leper colony. You could also visit the Waterfront’s Two Oceans Aquarium, which is highly recommended for the insight it gives into life in the two oceans off the southern tip of Africa – the cold Atlantic Ocean and the warm Indian Ocean. The V&A Waterfront is South Africa’s trendiest shopping precinct and is full of great restaurants and bars. If the weather was inclement on the first day, take the opportunity to go up Table Mountain today.

Suggested Cape Town: Additional Activities

Sailing in Table Bay:
A Sailing Cruise to no-where across the bay and back on either Esperance or Spirit of Africa. Depending on the wind, either to Milnerton and back in the South East Wind (Summer) or to Robben Island in a North West Wind (Winter). The Skippers pick the most comfortable course, normally a beam reach.

Sea kayaking is about exploring the coast and experiencing marine life from a small, yet safe and stable craft. Seeing the whiskers on a seal, hearing a dolphin blow, feeling your skin tingle when a whale surfaces close by is what sea kayaking is all about. Trips run from Simon’s Town and Mouille Point, which offer relaxing paddling with spectacular views of the penguins, Signal Hill, Lions Head and Table Mountain. There is always the chance that seals, penguins, dolphins and even the odd whale will visit you on route.

Mountain Biking:
You begin with a warm- up ride on the tar along Table Mountain road, then go off-road along a dirt track and up to the King’s Block House for sweeping views across the city and the Southern Suburbs. You then cycle downhill to the imposing Rhodes Memorial, where you can choose to enjoy some refreshments in the beautifully situated tea garden, before heading back via Deer Park with some exhilarating downhills and a few challenging climbs back to the bus – suitable for beginners & experienced riders.

Sunset Horse Ride:
The Sunset Horse Rides take place on the spectacular Noordhoek beach where you will have the opportunity to canter along as the sun sets over the Atlantic Ocean. Noordhoek is situated below the Southern Slopes of Chapman’s Peak Drive and is Cape Town’s rural treasure with a farm atmosphere. It is famed for its long white sandy beach, ideal for horse riding. You pass through wetlands with indigenous bird life, then over the dunes and onto the beach where you can visit the Kakapo Shipwreck. The horses are superbly schooled and very rider friendly. Novice and experienced riders are equally welcome.

Surf Lessons:
Surf lessons are conducted at a beach break with perfect waves for beginners and intermediates. The instructors have many years of surfing experience and have helped hundreds of learners find their feet. They also include a lesson on ocean awareness. Lessons take place at Surfer’s Corner, Muizenberg Beach or at Big Bay, Blouberg Strand, depending on where the best surf is to be found on the day.

Table Mountain Abseiling:
A thrilling experience of adrenaline and achievement: a 112-metre controlled descent off Cape Town's magnificent Table Mountain. Step off the top, at 1000 metres above sea level, and rappel into pure vertical space. This is the world's highest commercial abseil. You are surrounded by awesome views and the deep blue Atlantic at your feet. You can link this activity with a Table Mountain Hike or use the Cable-Way to get to the starting point. No experience is required for this great adventure.

This is an exhilarating, easy-to-learn adventure activity, similar to snowboarding. Sandboarding takes place in the stunning nature reserve at Atlantis (approx. 40 minutes from Cape Town Central). This idyllic location, often used by the film industry, offers incredibly white sand dunes and unique views of Table Mountain and the City. The tour includes a full sandboarding lesson, teaching you how to control, brake and turn. You will be instructed and guided for the entire duration of the activity to ensure a safe and fun-filled time. Includes: all sandboarding equipment, expert instructors, permits, and transport to and from the sand dunes location.

Paragliding off Lion's Head:
Cape Town is one of the most spectacular places in the world to paraglide. Lion’s Head is the site that they fly from most commonly because of its location and the stunning views of Table Mountain and the Cape Town area. However, there are many flying sites in the area including Signal Hill, Sir Lowry’s Pass (just past Somerset West), Franschoek and Hermanus. Tandem paragliding instructional flights are a great way of getting into paragliding or just experiencing the joy of free flight. Flights last anything from 10-30mins. As a tandem paragliding passenger you do not require any previous knowledge of paragliding at all. The pilot will brief you on takeoff and landing shortly before your flight. Take-offs are easy (just a few steps usually) and landings are soft (most often they land on large grassy fields with no obstacles or dangers.

This itinerary started on 29 January 2019
When this tour took place, the cost per person sharing was: USD$ 5,117
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