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Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with this exhilarating safari tour. Come face-to-face with Africa’s famous ‘big five’ of lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo. Capture intimate moments of the ‘King of the Beasts’ – or the African lion – who fearlessly roams the open plains.

Gape in awe at the elephant, the world’s largest and heaviest land animal, which marches by in herds under a matriarchal leader. Count yourself amongst the lucky few if you are fortunate enough to witness these grand animals drinking, playing, and swimming in a waterhole– it will quickly become your favourite safari memory.

Highlights

• Game viewing just outside of Cape Town
• Witness South Africa’s exquisite ‘big five’
• Capture intimate moments of wildlife in nature
• See ancient artwork on a Bushman rock art tour
• Wine tasting in Wellington and Ceres

Beyond the ‘big five’, enjoy the wide variety of other animals and birdlife that fills this natural landscape. Then take a break from game-viewing, and trace the footsteps of the earliest humans on a Bushman rock art tour.

Finally, hold your breath as you traverse the magnificently constructed Bainskloof Pass – a narrow road that hugs the majestic mountains between Wellington and Ceres. Look out for quality wine cellars where you can stop for a tasting, or enjoy a delightful hike to the Paradise Valley which offers up rock pools that are perfect for swimming.

Africa’s ‘Big Five’
The ‘big five’ are the animals big game hunters considered the most difficult to capture: the lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhino. South Africa is rich with most of these animals, who enjoy a healthy life in national parks and game reserves. But it’s the cats who are the big draw-cards. Keep a keen eye out for these secretive creatures, a sighting is a rare, but not uncommon safari treat!

Bushman Rock Art
View prehistoric rock art sites to gain insight into the heritage and folklore of the ancient hunter-gatherers known as the San Bushmen. Use these painted stories to help you understand how the Bushmen survived for thousands of years before the arrival of the colonisers.

Bainskloof Pass Mountains
Bainskloof Pass, opened in 1854, is a high mountain pass that stretches between Wellington and Ceres in the Western Cape. The pass is a national monument, and offers travellers the opportunity to view stretches of rapids, waterfalls and natural pools. Originally built using convict labour for the purpose of horse-drawn traffic, it’s now considered one of the most picturesque and magnificently constructed passes in South Africa.

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Beyond the ‘big five’, enjoy the wide variety of other animals and birdlife that fills this natural landscape. Then take a break from game-viewing, and trace the footsteps of the earliest humans on a Bushman rock art tour.

Finally, hold your breath as you traverse the magnificently constructed Bainskloof Pass – a narrow road that hugs the majestic mountains between Wellington and Ceres. Look out for quality wine cellars where you can stop for a tasting, or enjoy a delightful hike to the Paradise Valley which offers up rock pools that are perfect for swimming.

Africa’s ‘Big Five’
The ‘big five’ are the animals big game hunters considered the most difficult to capture: the lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhino. South Africa is rich with most of these animals, who enjoy a healthy life in national parks and game reserves. But it’s the cats who are the big draw-cards. Keep a keen eye out for these secretive creatures, a sighting is a rare, but not uncommon safari treat!

Bushman Rock Art
View prehistoric rock art sites to gain insight into the heritage and folklore of the ancient hunter-gatherers known as the San Bushmen. Use these painted stories to help you understand how the Bushmen survived for thousands of years before the arrival of the colonisers.

Bainskloof Pass Mountains
Bainskloof Pass, opened in 1854, is a high mountain pass that stretches between Wellington and Ceres in the Western Cape. The pass is a national monument, and offers travellers the opportunity to view stretches of rapids, waterfalls and natural pools. Originally built using convict labour for the purpose of horse-drawn traffic, it’s now considered one of the most picturesque and magnificently constructed passes in South Africa.

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