Day 1: Cape Town to Wilderness
We start the tour off with a leisurely drive up the Garden Route towards Wilderness. We will take in the different landscapes as we first venture inland before heading back towards the coastline. Our first adventure starts in Mossel Bay where you will be treated to a majestic three-hour game drive. After our game drive, we will head to our accommodation spot for the evening in the beautiful Wilderness, a little coastal town along the Garden Route. This town is nestled between a river (the Kaaiman’s River and a Nature Reserve (Goukama Nature Reserve) with the Outeniqua Mountains bordering the town. Lush vegetation and tons of evergreens make this town a little paradise all year round.

Day 2: Wilderness
Pack your clubs as we are heading straight to the greens this morning where an 18-hole awaits. After some winning puts on the course, we will head into the local town for some well-deserved refreshments. From here guests can decide to opt into one of our optional activities which includes canoeing up the Touw River with a hike to the Waterfalls afterward or Paragliding off the Kleinkrantz hills surrounding Wilderness or exploring the Kingfisher Trail by segway, zipping along the trails. Alternatively, spend the afternoon lounging on the local beach or next to the pool. Either way, you will have an enjoyable afternoon.

Day 3: Wilderness to St Francis
Our journey continues onto St Francis today. So pack your bags and let’s move on to ocean views and golfing magnificence at our next stop. We will be heading slightly inland but always keeping the coast in view. The ocean surrounding St Francis boasts dolphins, Cape otters, and an abundance of birdlife. Wildlife considers these waters their playground, so keep your eyes peeled. We keeping it simple today with an easy afternoon 9-hole in St Francis. Whereafter guests will have the rest of the afternoon at leisure to explore the quaint little town or coastline on their own.

Day 4: St Francis to Addo/Pumba
Today we are packing in the elephants, yes you read correctly, we are heading to Addo Elephant National Park. These gentle giants are the most majestic land mammals. They share the park with the rest of the Big Five and we will certainly try to find as many as we can in the park. Addo Elephant Park starts its origins very tragically. Almost all elephants in the area were wiped out including other land animal species in the area as they were hunted for their meat & skin. Also with them being such huge animals they were feared which led to them being hunted as well. In 1931 the government stepped in and cordoned off the area with only 11 elephants left in the vicinity. With rehabilitation and animal protection they now have over 600 elephants and the park also concentrates on nature conservation to bring back the natural habitat before colonization. The town of Addo will serve as our accommodation spot for the evening.

Day 5: Addo/Pumba – PE – Knysna via Storms River
Today we turn back towards Cape Town, heading south. Guests departing the tour here will be dropped off at the airport as the rest of us will continue on towards Knysna, the oyster capital of the Garden Route. Before we make it to Knysna we stop off at the adventure capital on the Garden Route – Tsitsikamma! In Knysna (weather depending) we will explore the estuary via a boat cruise around sunset. The estuary in Knysna flows out into the Indian Ocean between two giant sandstone heads. Knysna used to be home to giant African elephants with one elephant by the name of BigFoot believed to be roaming around the forest as a ghost these days.

Day 6: Knysna to Cape Agulhas
After breakfast we head directly over to the golf course as we do not want anyone suffering from withdrawal syndrome after two days without golf. You will be in for an early morning 18-holer. Directly after this, we will tackle the long drive through to Cape Agulhas. The southernmost point of Africa. If the ocean is not too stormy you will be able to see the mighty Atlantic Ocean bump into the majestic Indian Ocean at this southern point of Africa. With shipwrecks on display and a photo opportunity, it is a lovely spot to unwind and relax and simply enjoy the magnificence.

Day 7: Cape Agulhas
This little town is situated in the Overberg region of the Western Cape. This region is famous for some stormy winters as the warm Indian and cold Atlantic Oceans collide and creates some hazardous waters, the shoreline is rocky which also leads to many unfortunate wrecks. Sunrises and sunsets are something to behold with nothing but open skies for miles. The Portuguese named this area the Cape of Needles as navigators noticed that the compass north coincided with the true north of the region.

Day 8: Cape Agulhas to Cape Town

The morning starts off with an early start for our shark diving crew and a leisurely start for those opting to do whale watching (in season). Once everyone has had their fill of shark diving or whale watching we head to Cape Town. Before taking the turn towards Cape Town we visit the seaside town of Hermanus, the whale capital of South Africa. We will also stop off at the African Penguin colony in Betty’s Bay to spend some time with these adorable little tuxedos-wearing sea creatures. With Clarens Drive as the backdrop, we head into Cape Town where the tour will come to an end.

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