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Cape Town Adventure Holidays

Cape Town & the Garden Route

Cape Town
12 Days from CAD 3,600
CAD 3,415

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Travel along the dramatic coastline of South Africa

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Cape Town to Victoria Falls – Hotel/Lodge

Cape Town
20 Days from CAD 5,888
CAD 5,490

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Dunes, canyons and waterfalls from South Africa to Zimbabwe

Culture

Victoria Falls to Cape Town – Camping

Dead Valley in Namibia
20 Days from CAD 5,888
CAD 5,490

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Camping adventure from Zimbabwe to South Africa

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Cycling the Cape & Winelands

cycling tours
12 Days from CAD 5,318
CAD 4,525

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Vineyards, mountain passes and South Africa's coastline

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South Africa: Family Cape Adventure

Cape Town
11 Days from CAD 3,800

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Discover the really wild side of South Africa

Family

Johannesburg to Cape Town

Cape Town
20 Days from CAD 6,933
CAD 6,365

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Mountain kingdoms, world-class wine, safari and dramatic coastline where two oceans meet

Culture

Cape Town and the Garden Route – Premium Adventure

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Cape Town
12 Days from CAD 8,360

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Dramatic coastal scenery and world-class wine

Culture

Well thought out tour of the Cape, taking in such varied landscapes and experiences. Highlights were the Schotia Game Reserve, the drive through the Little Karoo to the Cango Caves and the trip to the Cape of Good Hope. Touring was on a mini bus, which was spacious enough for our tour group of 13. Most drives were reasonable, but there was one very long day of 7 hours with only a couple of short stops. Accommodation was spacious, clean and with comfortable beds. All of a generally good standard.

Gerry Iles Cape Town & the Garden Route

Places visited were picturesque enough and accommodation very good throughout. However a major criticism I would make is that only white (Afrikaans) were encountered directly and entire trip dominated by their view of South Africa. Black South Africans were encountered only as fulfilling menial roles (in hotels etc) and their view and perspective was not only missing but it is as if it had been airbrushed away and no mention whatsoever was made of the apartheid issue and long struggle to overcome it. While people do not come on holiday for political education mention of salient facts about a country are essential in the tourist narrative especially if they are recent and ongoing and to give context to what is being experienced. it was only in the Robben Island trip ( only 2 of us did this) that non Afrikaans South Africa was glimpsed and the guides there were excellent presenting things in a straightforward and unemotional way that commanded attention.

jill chaloner Cape Town & the Garden Route

We have done many Exodus cycling trips and this was up there with the best. We have 4 main criteria for rating our trips (the country itself, the cycling, the food and the group of people) and each varies depending on where we go. This trip rated highly on all 4. Cape Town itself is absolutely stunning, feels safe, extremely friendly people, lots to do. The scenery on the trip is beautiful – mountains, vineyards and incredible coastline. The standard of food was very high everywhere and add in the local wine, we ate very well (favourable exchange rate makes it so cheap). The cycling has it’s challenging moments but is generally fine if you are fit and a regular cyclist. The balance of cycling and rest days has been carefully thought out and the guides were good at managing a group with cyclists of different speeds. Lovely mix of activities along the way including wine tasting, visits to National parks to see animals (Penguins, baboons, ostriches etc), short hikes, Southern most tip of Africa. We had a lovely group of people and had a lot of fun, expertly looked after by Ado and Brad.

Kate Ferguson Cycling the Cape & Winelands

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