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Across South Africa

Across South Africa is a 25-days tour through South Africa from Johannesburg to Cape Town via the Blyde River Canyon, the famous Kruger Park, Swaziland, Hluhluwe and iSimangaliso parks in Zululand, mountain parks of Drakensberg, the Garden Route, the Karoo, the Stellenbosh's vineyards and Cape town at the tip of the African continent. This circuit provides a complete discovery of the rainbow nation favoring a terrestrial mode of transport rather than air transfers.

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Itinerary

  • Day 1: Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport - White River
  • Day 2: Blyde River Canyon - White River
  • Day 3: White River - Kruger National Park
  • Day 4: Kruger National Park
  • Day 5: Kruger National Park - Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Day 6: Ezulwini Valley - Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Day 7: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary - Hluhluwe-iMfolozi National Park
  • Day 8: Hluhluwe-iMfolozi National Park - St Lucia
  • Day 9: St Lucia - Salt rock
  • Day 10: Salt rock - Royal Natal
  • Day 11: Royal Natal
  • Day 12: Royal Natal - Golden Gate Highlands National Park
  • Day 13: Golden Gate Highlands National Park - Bethulie
  • Day 14: Bethulie - Addo Elephant National Park
  • Day 15: Addo Elephant National Park
  • Day 16: Addo Elephant National Park - Storms River - Garden Route National Park
  • Day 17: Storms River - Plettenberg Bay
  • Day 18: Plettenberg Bay - Knysna - Plettenberg Bay - Knysna
  • Day 19: Knysna - Oudtshoorn
  • Day 20: Oudtshoorn
  • Day 21: Oudtshoorn - Stellenbosch
  • Day 22: Stellenbosch - Cape Town
  • Day 23: Cape Town
  • Day 24: Cape Town
  • Day 25: Cape Town - Cape Town Airport

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Day 1: Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport - White River

Reception and assistance at Johannesburg International airport by our representative.



You collect your rental vehicle at the airport. Road to the Mpumalanga region that marks the boundary between the highlands and the "Lowveld", hotter region where a large number of wild animals has settled. Estimated travel time: 4 hours.


Overnight stay at Stille Woning Guest House in White River.


Included : reception with english-speaking guide, car rental, room & breakfast

Day 2: Blyde River Canyon - White River

Day dedicated to the discovery of the Blyde River Canyon along the scenic route R532.

Suggestions: Go to the following sites for the best views of the canyon:

- God's Window, the "Window of God" which offers magnificent views across the Lower Veld,
- The Three Rondavels that resemble three typical African huts,
- Bourke's Luck Potholes and rock formations shaped pot created by erosion,
- Waterfalls Lisbon and Berlin,

Visit the mining town of Pilgrim's Rest where gold prospecting was in full swing during one century to the early 1970s.

Visit the Mac Mac Pools, natural pools in a forest setting where it is possible to do a little walking tour.

Overnight stay at Stille Woning Guest House in White River.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 3: White River - Kruger National Park

Road to the Kruger National Park.

Kruger Park, with an area of nearly 2 million hectares, is the country's largest national park. Its great geological and climatic diversity gives it exceptional flora divided into 16 distinct vegetation zones. The park is not only home to the Big Five (buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and rhino) as well as giraffes, hippos, hyenas, wild dogs, many species of antelope and many other animals. essential experience for lovers of wildlife, safari offers a unique opportunity to approach and photograph these iconic and rare animals. Optional: guided safaris in open game vehicles the morning, afternoon, evening and guided bush walks in the morning.


Night in a bungalow at the Pretoriuskop restcamp in the Kruger National Park.


Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 4: Kruger National Park

Day at leisure to enjoy a self-drive safari to explore the parc and the wildlife it has to offer.

Undoubtedly the best way to experience the Kruger Park is behind your own steering weel. A Kruger Park self-drive safari gives you the freedom to plan for your own interests and move at your own pace. The southern part of the park along the Sabie and Crocodile River is rich in water and has a lot of game viewing opportunities. Here you can see the best of African flora and fauna such as Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Rhinos, and Buffalos often referred as the Big Five, but there are plenty of others to see as well. Driving around the Sabie River will always result in seeing some interesting animals. The vegetation around the Sabie River can be very dense forest and thicket and it gets a little bit more open driving down south to the Crocodile River. To maximise the Kruger experience one must consciously slow down and breath deeply.

4x4 game drives and walking safaris are optional and can be booked directly in the park.


Overnight stay at Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp.

Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 5: Kruger National Park - Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Departure for the smallest country in the southern hemisphere: the Kingdom of Swaziland! On the road, we suggest visiting the craft center of Pigg's Peak and Ngwenya Glass blower. Road to the Mlilwane Nature Reserve.


Overnight stay at Beehive Villages in a traditional Swazi hut in the Mlilwane Nature Reserve.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 6: Ezulwini Valley - Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Day at leisure to discover the Ezulwini Valley which extends between the kingdom's capital Mbabane and the main economic center of the country Manzini. A visit of Ezulwini is an immersion in the Swazi culture with its handicraft centers, cultural markets and villages.

We suggest you to go to the Mantenga Cultural Village where you can visit a typical village and attend a show with traditional songs and dances.

Do not miss the Mlilwane Reserve where you can explore the wildlife by foot, mountain bike, horseback or with your car on the tracks of zebra, impala, wildebeest, hippos, rhinos ...



Overnight stay at Beehive Villages in a traditional Swazi hut in the Mlilwane Nature Reserve.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 7: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary - Hluhluwe-iMfolozi National Park

Departure towards the south to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi National Park in the Kwazulu-Natal region. Estimated travel time: 5 hours.

Safari with your own vehicle from the park entrance to the camp in the reserve.

The name of this 96 000 ha national park is a result of the merger of the two neighboring reserves Hluhluwe and Umfolozi in order to give more space to the rhinoceros. This animal is at the origin of the creation of these two sanctuaries, created in 1895 in order to save the last white rhino specimens in the region.


Overnight stay at Hilltop Camp.

Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 8: Hluhluwe-iMfolozi National Park - St Lucia

Road to the St Lucia estuary. Estimated travel time: 1 hour.

This estuary is a World Heritage UNESCO site established for the protection of a unique ecosystem: more than 300 bird species have been recorded there, including the osprey, and 12 species of herons, who live in harmony with hippos and crocodiles in the largest salt water lake in Africa.


Overnight stay at St Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 9: St Lucia - Salt rock

Road to the seaside village of Salt Rock on the Dolphin Coast. Estimated travel time: 2h30.


Overnight stay at Petite Provence B&B.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 10: Salt rock - Royal Natal

Departure for the Royal Natal National Park through the city of Durban, the Africa's largest working harbour. Estimated travel time: 4 hours.

Suggestions for visits in Durban:

- Ushaka Sea World, one of the largest aquariums in the world that allows visitors to see several species of sharks,
- Ride a "rickshaw" on the Golden Mile (Durban beachfront),
- The Victoria Indian market,
- Visit of important buildings such as Durban City Hall and the Cathedral.



Overnight stay at Thendele Camp.

Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 11: Royal Natal

The Royal Natal National Park offers many opportunities for hiking, of all difficulty levels and durations.

The most famous walk of the park is the one that leads to the Tugela Gorge, where the Tugela river has carved a beautiful canyon. The aim of this walk is to reach the viewpoint on Tugela Falls, the second highest waterfall in the world.

Tip: One of the most spectacular walks across the Drakensberg is the one that leads to the top of the Amphitheatre. This is for hikers in a very good physical condition as it includes climbing chain ladders fixed to the rock.


Overnight stay at Thendele Camp.

Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 12: Royal Natal - Golden Gate Highlands National Park

You go along the Drakensberg mountains which extend over several hundred kilometers along the border with Lesotho.

After passing the Sterkfontein lake, you reach the Golden Gate Highlands National Park which is named after the golden reflections that appear under the effect of sunlight on its sandstone rocks.

Estimated travel time: 2 hours.

On arrival, possibility of hiking in the park and observe its wildlife: zebra, eland, wildebeest, springbok and over a hundred species of birds.


Overnight stay at Basotho Cultural Village Camp.

Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 13: Golden Gate Highlands National Park - Bethulie

Departure for a long drive across the plains of the Free State province. Drive along the small kingdom of Lesotho before reaching the Gariep Lake near Bethulie. Estimated travel time: 5h30.


Overnight stay at Royal Hotel Bethulie.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 14: Bethulie - Addo Elephant National Park

Drive towards the Addo Elephant National Park. Estimated travel time: 5h30.

Founded in 1931 to offer a sanctuary to 11 elephants rescued from the area, the Addo Elephant Park now hosts a large concentration of wildlife including the Big 5: rhino, elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo. South Africans even consider that the Addo Elephant welcomes the Big 7 (with the white shark and the whale) since the integration of a marine reserve to the park.


Overnight stay in Forest Cabin at Addo Elephant Main Camp.
The lodge offers guided safaris in 4x4 from the camp and at all times of the day (dawn, morning, noon, afternoon, sunset, night).


Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 15: Addo Elephant National Park

Full day of safari in the Addo Elephant National Park.


Overnight stay in Forest Cabin at Addo Elephant Main Camp.
The lodge offers guided safaris in 4x4 from the camp and at all times of the day (dawn, morning, noon, afternoon, sunset, night).


Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 16: Addo Elephant National Park - Storms River - Garden Route National Park

Departure for the Garden Route to Storms River where the river, forest and ocean meet. Estimated travel time: 3 hours.

This narrow coastal strip wedged between the sea and mountains contain the Tsitsikamma National Park bounded on the west by the town of Nature's Valley and east of the mouth of the Storms River on the Indian Ocean. The view of the coast from the Tsitsikamma park is spectacular, especially when the waves of the ocean are unleashed.


Overnight stay at Storms River Mouth Rest Camp in the Tsitsikamma national park.


Included : car rental, room (without breakfast)

Day 17: Storms River - Plettenberg Bay

Day dedicated to the exploration of the Garden Route.

The Tsitsikamma national park offers hiking opportunities along the coast or in the Outeniqua Mountains. You can also discover the region by bike, enjoy a zip line in the forest or water activities (kayaking or snorkeling) to spend a day in a green paradise along the ocean.

A few kilometers from the park, you will find the Bloukrans Bridge where you can bungee jump. This is the highest bungee jump in the world (216 meters high).


Drive along the Garden Route to the seaside town of Plettenberg Bay. Estimated travel time: 1 hour.

Overlooking the Indian ocean, Plettenberg Bay is a quiet beach town, charming with beautiful beaches, a rocky peninsula that contains the Robberg Nature Reserve, a lagoon and an impressive primary forest.

Surrounded by nature reserves and parks, Plettenberg Bay is a paradise for nature lovers and a privileged destination to enjoy a little relaxation by the sea.


Night in a standard room at Periwinkle Guest Lodge, an intimate lodge next to the beach.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 18: Plettenberg Bay - Knysna - Plettenberg Bay - Knysna

Short drive along the famous Garden Route to reach the small seaside town of Knysna, which is renowned for its lagoon and estuary leading to the Indian ocean. Estimated travel time: 30 min.

Suggestions:

- Hike to the heart of the Robberg Nature Reserve when you exit Plettenberg Bay,
- Go for a boat ride across the lagoon to "The Heads", the mouth that separates the estuary from the ocean,
- Visit the Knysna elephant park, a conservation center where you can interact with the elephants,
- Taste some oysters in Knysna Quays, the waterfront and marina of Knysna.



Day dedicated to the visit of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay in the heart of the Garden Route.

Suggestions:

- Go for a boat ride across the lagoon to "The Heads", the estuary between the lagoon and the ocean,
- Visit the Knysna Elephant Park, a conservation center dedicated to elephants where you can interact with them,
- Stroll around Birds of Eden, a bird sanctuary which is one of the largest aviaries in the world with hundreds of bird species,
- Next to Birds of Eden, visit the primates sanctuary of Monkeyland,
- Hike to the heart of the Robberg Nature Reserve near Plettenberg Bay,
- Visit the winery Bramon in The Crags for a wine tasting or even a lunch there (the restaurant tables are in the vineyards!)



Overnight stay in a standard room at Fish Eagle Lodge.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 19: Knysna - Oudtshoorn

Route to Oudtshoorn, the capital of the Little Karoo region particularly known for its ostrich farms.

Estimated travel time: 2 hours.


Suggestions:

- Visit one of the ostrich farms (Cango, Safari, Highgate),

- Discover the Cango Caves which have magnificent geological formations,

- Take the Swartberg Pass for a panoramic view on the Great Karoo landscapes.



Overnight stay at De Denne Country Guest House, an ostrich farm in the outskirts of Oudtshoorn.
Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 20: Oudtshoorn

Day to discover the Swartberg mountains range between the Little Karoo and the desert plains of the Great Karoo.

Suggested itinerary:

- Climb the famous Swartberg Pass on a steep trail that climbs up to 1583 meters,
- Drive down to the quiet village of Prince Albert, one of the most picturesque village of South Africa with its buildings with a Cape Dutch and Victorian architecture,
- Road to Klaarstroom, small village of the Karoo where time seems to stand still,
- Ascent Meiringspoort pass, you take a road bordered by spectacular rock formations and cross the Groot river 25 times in 25 km!
- Short walk to the Meiringspoort Falls where you can swim.
- Continuation to De Rust, a charming village renowned for its sweet wines and cheeses, a village that attracts many artists.
- Drive back to Oudtshoorn, the world capital of ostrich feather!



Overnight stay at De Denne Country Guest House, an ostrich farm in the outskirts of Oudtshoorn.
Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 21: Oudtshoorn - Stellenbosch

Road to the city of Stellenbosch. Estimated travel time: 5h.

Take the longest wine route in the world: the R62. You cross the vineyards of the Little Karoo and the Western Cape along this scenic road that winds through mountain passes and natural reserves.

Suggestions of visits on the road:

- Village of Robertson: tasting of Graham Beck Wines and Rooiberg, visit the village of McGregor.
- Village of Montagu: wine tasting and dry fruit shops.
- Village of Barrydale: Country Pumpkin restaurant, a roadside restaurant where to have a lunch break.
- Village of Ladysmith: visit the cheese factory Parmalat, brandy and wine tasting.
- Village of Calitzdorp: port wines and muscat tasting at De Krans Cellar or Boplaas/



Overnight stay at Rusthuiz Guesthouse in Stellenbosch city centre.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 22: Stellenbosch - Cape Town

Full day in Stellensbosch and its region, known for its vineyards.

The oldest city in South Africa with Cape Town has beautiful well maintained streets with typical buildings, Cape Dutch-style (the name given to the Cape architecture inspired by the Dutch).

South Africa is a very good wine producer. A visit to the wine route through the valleys of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschoek is a must in your discovery of the country.

You can visit the wine estates and taste a wide variety of famous wines (Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chenin Blanc, Merlot) but also the Pinotage, a typical South African grape variety produced from the crossing of Pinot Black and Hermitage.

Route to Cape Town. Estimated travel time: 45 min.


Overnight stay in a standard room at Antrim Villa Guest House.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 23: Cape Town

Day at leisure to explore Cape Town known to be one of the most beautiful city in the world!


Suggestions:


Take the cable car and ascend the top of Table Mountain (weather permitting). The floor of the cable car rotates through 360 degrees during the ascent or descent, giving passengers a panoramic view of the city. From the top of the mountain at 1000 meters above sea level, a bordwalk will enable you to get different view point of the city and the Atlantic Ocean.


You can also visit the following sites depending on your area of interests:


- The National Museum of South Africa founded in 1825. This museum houses many diverse collections from fossils dating back millions of years to the clothing worn by our ancestors in the last century. All these collections have a common denominator to highlight the biological and cultural diversity of our planet,


- The Company 's Gardens founded in 1652 by the Dutch pioneers who plan to establish a Cape refueling station on the boat ride to India. Walk in Company 's Garden , which now houses the St Georges Cathedral, National Library, National Gallery, artworks and beautiful gardens,


- The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, one of the finest botanical gardens in the world, located at the foot of Table Mountain. Founded in 1913 to protect the diversity of South African flora, the garden is unique as only indigenous plants are cultivated. This is a rare opportunity to see the fynbos, endemic plants in the region of the Western Cape. More than 7000 species of plants are grown in Kirstenbosch, including many rare and endangered species,


- The colorful Bo-Kaap district . The museum located in the historic district showcases the culture of immigrants from Malaysia. A visit to the museum and the neighborhood, with its colorful houses, cobbled streets and calls to prayer of the muezzin, can soak up the cultural diversity of Cape Town,


- The African Craft Market of Green Market Square in the middle of the CBD.


- The Castle of Good Hope , one of the oldest buildings in the country, which houses a collection of antiques (furniture , paintings, objects) that tells a lot about the life of Dutch settlers.


- The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is hosting a craft market, the aquarium " Two Oceans " and many restaurants. It is from this waterfront that boats leave to Robben Island where Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years, as well as to navigate in the beautiful bay of Cape Town.


Other activity suggestions during your stay in Cape Town (please consult us in advance for booking):


- A Township tours ( 1 half-day )


- A culinary tours of the city ( 1 half-day )


- A cycling tours of the city (between 3 hours and 1 day )


- Shark cage diving to encounter the greatwhite (1 day )


- An evening discovering the origins of the Cape Town jazz


- An helicopter flight above the city and the peninsula ( between 12 and 60 minutes)


- An abseil of 112m on the Table Mountain (1 half-day )


- A paragliding experience on the Atlantic coast,


- A sunset cruise on board of a catamaran including sparkling wine.


Overnight stay in a standard room at Antrim Villa Guest House.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 24: Cape Town

Day at leisure to discover the Cape Peninsula and the legendary Cape of Good Hope.


Suggested itinerary:


You can commence this discovery with a little stop in the small fishing village of Hout Bay. This fishing village is a cosy little hamlet surrounded by mountains to the North, East and West and the Ocean to the South. Home to bustling craft markets, antique shops, a beautiful beach and a thriving fishing community. The harbour is also where many boat cruise departs from to Duiker Island. This small island is home to thousands of Cape Fur Seals and local birdlife. The boat ride lets you see the Cape Peninsula from a new perspective.


You can thereafter proceed and enjoy the twists and turns around the famous Chapman’s Peak scenic drive. Chapman’s Peak Drive is renowned for its spectacular 180° views of the Cape Peninsula as well as its 114 twists and turns. Viewpoints and picnic spots are scattered throughout its 9km length and its dramatic views have made it a favoured spot for photographers.


You enter the Cape Point Nature Reserve to reach the tip of the Cape Peninsula where you enjoy a dramatic view point located in a 17 750 hectare nature reserve. Looking out over the shining sea from the Cape Point Lighthouse truly makes you feel like you are standing at the edge of the world. The rich diversity of the nature reserve, part of the Table Mountain National Park, makes it home to a stunning array of animal and plant species.


After leaving Cape Point Nature Reserve you travel up the other side of the Cape Peninsula on the way to Simon’s Town and Boulder’s beach. Simon’s Town has been an important naval base and harbour for over two centuries and you can still see some historic naval vessels anchored just off-shore. Boulder’s beach is home of a colony of African Jackass penguins since 1985. These small citizens have been charming residents and tourists ever since.


A seafood lunch is highly recommended in this area but you can also have lunch in the Cape Peninsula Nature reserve’s restaurant.


As you head back towards Cape Town along the False Bay coastal road; you travel through Fish Hoek a little town with a long history. From Fish Hoek you drive past Muizenberg, another seaside town. The warm waters and long stretch of beach make this a popular spot for holidaymakers and there are a wide variety of activities, like kite boarding and surfing, for the adventurous.



Overnight stay in a standard room at Antrim Villa Guest House.


Included : car rental, room & breakfast

Day 25: Cape Town - Cape Town Airport

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is South Africa’s most visited destination, attracting millions of visitors every year – and for good reason. Whether you are looking to go shopping, dine at top restaurants, party at local nightspots, visit tourist attractions and museums or investigate the city’s historic harbour, you can find it all here. The construction for the harbor began as early as 1860, when Prince Alfred tipped the first stones for the breakwater, hence the attraction’s name: Victoria & Alfred after Queen Victoria of England and her youngest son Alfred.

Our suggestions for the day are:

Visit the Two Ocean’s Aquarium: with more than 3000 marine creatures on view, including sharks, turtles and penguins, enjoy a sensory experience with kelp, shells and anemones at the Touch Pool. The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the finest aquariums in the world. The aquarium showcases the unique marine life of the Atlantic and Indian oceans which lie on either side of the Cape of Good Hope.

A Robben Island tour is a must when you are visiting Cape Town. It is a fascinating half-day trip to the former penal colony where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years of his life and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many leading members of South African political parties like the PAC and ANC were incarcerated alongside him. The tour guides are likely be ex-political prisoners. This gives you the opportunity to hear a first-hand account of prison life on Robben Island that makes it a truly priceless experience.

Drive to the Cape Town airport where you drop your rental car off.



Included : car rental

Stille Woning Guest House   White River

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

Set amidst peaceful well established gardens, Stille Woning is a contemporary Guest House in White River, Mpumalanga. The spacious double volume sitting and dining areas are decorated with touches of Africa and the wide verandah is a place to relax in deep comfy couches. Stylish bedrooms offer the comfort of percale linen, DSTV, WiFi and tea trays. Delicious leisurely breakfasts with dinner by arrangement. Soak up the sun at the large pool set in lush garden, abundant with birdlife. Close to Kruger Park and on the Panorama Route.

Pretoriuskop Rest Camp   Kruger National Park

Level : 2*
Included : room (without breakfast)

Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp   Kruger National Park

Level : 2*
Included : room (without breakfast)

Berg-en-Dal camp is located in the southwest part of the Kruger National Park near the Malelane gate. Consisting of 23 family cottages and 69 bungalows, the camp has a restaurant and a cafeteria offering a magnificent view of the Matjulu waterpoint.

Beehive Villages   Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Level : 2*
Included : room & breakfast

Beehive Villages are traditional Swazi huts installed in the Mlilwane Nature Reserve. It is not uncommon to receive a visit from a zebra or a warthog at the door of your hut! Several activities are proposed to discover the site and it's incredible panoramas. hippos and crocodiles can be observed from one of the restaurant tables that serves specialties and local food.

Hilltop Camp   Hluhluwe-iMfolozi National Park

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

This camp is located on top of a wooded hill in the heart of the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi National Park. The camp has 49 rustic cottages with 2 beds, or 4 beds in 2 separate bedrooms, a veranda overlooking the bush, and kitchenette. Simple but spacious and pleasant, the rooms have a bathroom (with a bath and a shower in the chalet for 4 people) and a TV. The main building includes a reception area, restaurant, bar and lounge. Facilities at the camp: store, gas station and swimming pool.

St Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse   St Lucia

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

St Lucia Wetlands Guest House offers 6 comfortable charming rooms in a peaceful setting, just few minutes from iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the beach. The hosts are always happy to assist and advise guests on activities to explore the site. For a moment of relaxation, a pool is available.

Petite Provence B&B   Salt rock

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

Petite Provence is a charming guest house offering 10 rooms decorated with a Provencal touch and comfortably equipped (private bathroom, satellite TV, air conditioning, mini fridge, beach towels, wifi, for some a terrace overlooking a tropical garden). The house is 5 minutes walk from the beach in Salt Rock.

Thendele Camp   Royal Natal

Level : 3*
Included : room (without breakfast)

From Thendele camp, the view of the Amphitheatre, a 4 km long rock wall, is breathtaking. The most beautiful view in the Drakensberg!

Basotho Cultural Village Camp   Golden Gate Highlands National Park

Level : 2*
Included : room (without breakfast)

In the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, the Basotho Cultural Village camp offers comfortable accommodation with kitchen, barbecue and beautiful views of the park.

Royal Hotel Bethulie   Bethulie

Level : 2*
Included : room & breakfast

The Royal Hotel is a 19th century hotel making it the oldest hotel in the Free-State province. Renovated by its charismatic owner Anthony Hocking, the hotel offers a particularly warm atmosphere, thanks to its walls covered with books and vinyl collections.

Addo Elephant Main Camp   Addo Elephant National Park

Level : 2*
Included : room (without breakfast)

This camp in the heart of the Addo National Park provides a unique encounter with wildlife. The camp offers useful facilities such as a swimming pool, a restaurant and a shop.

Storms River Mouth Rest Camp   Garden Route National Park

Level : 3*
Included : room (without breakfast)

Storms River Mouth Rest Camp offers several types of comfortable accommodation for adventurers, families, or for a romantic getaway with a nice view between forest and sea. Many activities are proposed to discover the richness of the site and a swimming pool is available for a relaxing moment. The camp also has a restaurant and a shop.

Periwinkle Guest Lodge   Plettenberg Bay

Level : 4*
Included : room & breakfast

Periwinkle is located in Plettenberg Bay on Beachyhead Drive. The large house overlooking the Robberg Peninsula, offering stunning views of the Tsitsikamma Mountains. You will have direct access to the white sands of Robberg. All rooms are decorated with bright colors reminiscent of the sea and the mountains that surround the house. Periwinckle has 7 rooms including 6 with a balcony overlooking the Robberg Peninsula and the Tsitsikamma mountains. Most rooms have double beds but it is possible to provide you with beds "King Size" if you like, and each has bathroom, telephone, sheets, fireside for towels, mini bar and you need to prepare tea and coffee.

Fish Eagle Lodge   Knysna

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

Fish Eagle Lodge is located in Knysna, near the lagoons and their turquoise waters. This is a good starting point for those who wish to visit the surrounding forest, the beach and the nearby lakes. This bed and breakfast features rooms and suites with kitchenettes, private bathrooms, TV, mini bar and terraces. One suite is reserved for couples on honeymoon, with private Jacuzzi. You can relax by the swimming pool and jacuzzi and eat outdoor in the garden. It is close to a golf course, marked hiking trails and equestrian centers. Local craft shops, restaurants, bars and markets are located nearby in the town center.

De Denne Country Guest House   Oudtshoorn

Level : 4*
Included : room & breakfast

This accommodation is on a breeding farm with over 6,000 ostrich and gives a view of the Olifants river and Swartberg Mountains. De Denne offers 8 modern rooms and is the ideal place to discover Oudsthoorn and its surroundings.

Rusthuiz Guesthouse   Stellenbosch

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

The Rusthuiz Guest House is a lovely accommodation close to the city center and restaurants of Stellenbosch. She has beautiful standard and superior rooms, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and a laundry service. After a long day, you can relax and have a drink in the lounge or on the patio.

Antrim Villa Guest House   Cape Town

Level : 3*
Included : room & breakfast

Antrim Villa Guest House offers 8 bedrooms in a cozy decoration with an African touch in a charming Victorian house at the foot of Signal Hill. The main attractions of Cape Town's city center, beaches, Table Mountain and shops are just few minutes away, easily accessible by foot, bus or car. The lush and peaceful garden offers a saltwater pool.

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