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South African Tapestry
Touching upon both coasts, this journey through South Africa explores a rich tapestry of landscapes, from rugged seascapes, centuries old vineyards, 10,000 year old rock art sites to pristine wildlife reserves.
Explore the striking scenery and prolific wildlife from your private game lodge on twice-daily game activities. Don't forget your binoculars!Discover an ecological oasis with ancient sandstone formations and bushman rock art paintings dating as far back as 10,000 years.Experience sunrise views of the Indian Ocean from the charming Oyster Box in Durban and sunset views of the Atlantic Ocean from the Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Cape Town.Enjoy award-winning hotels and luxury lodges as they pamper you throughout your visit.
Special Promotion: Receive a Complimentary Hotel Night
Valid for new bookings made from September 1 - December 31, 2020, for travel from September 1 - December 31, 2020. Please contact your travel advisor for more information.*
*Promotion is subject to availability, may not be combinable with certain fares or other amenity offers, is capacity controlled and may be withdrawn at any time. Other restrictions may apply.
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Cape Town Destination Guide
Bushman's Kloof is an ecological oasis situated between the rugged foothills of the Cederberg and the plains of the Great Karoo. Since 1992, Bushman's Kloof has been managed as a private wilderness area, and a 7500 hectare reserve has been created. It has also been declared a South African Natural Heritage Site. Early morning rock-art tours provide visitors to Bushman's Kloof with an insight into an ancient culture that has been lost forever.
A protected area in South Africa, Madikwe Game Reserve opened in 1991 and was named after the Madikwe or Marico River. The Reserve used to be farm land however after extensive research, it was utilized as a national park to economically uplift the area. Currently, it is the fifth largest game reserve, a hidden gem and one of the best conservation areas in Africa.