We invite you to Explore the Southern Cape Coastline &
the Garden Route. Join our awesome private and small group
tour departing from Cape Town with overnight stays in
Knysna and the Overberg Coast. The best months to travel
are: July – November.
Walk along the cliffs at Hermanus – the best land based
whale watching venue in the world. Visit the Overberg
Coastline, the largest whale nursery
in the Southern Hemisphere. Mingle with the African
Penguins at Stoney Point.
View seals, whales and marine
bird-life in Mossel Bay. Take a boat trip out to sea to
get close and personal to the Southern Right Whales and
Stroll along pristine beaches with no other footprints –
only the endangered Oystercatcher. Visit ancient forests
where elusive wild elephants and leopards lurk in the
shadows. See Giant Yellowwood trees at Natures Valley.
Drive through the Cape Floral Kingdom of Fynbos &
Proteas. Look out for Blue Cranes.
Take a boat cruise to the stunning Knysna Heads and
delight in the shopping and fine culinary delights at
the Knysna Waterfront. Taste oysters and some of the
regions finest wines and fresh juices.
The tour is conducted by an experienced chauffeur
driver / guide / host who will remain with you throughout
the tour. Luxury accommodation is in Guest Houses,
Lodges or Villas includes daily breakfasts. Also
included are some, Lunches & entry fees to
Activities & Attractions as per itinerary.
We offer private and small group tours for Families,
Friends, Couples and Solo travellers. Your chauffeur
driver will take you to a number of activities &
attractions which are included in your tour. You will
also have the opportunity to enjoy some optional
activities such as boat cruises, outdoor adventures and
The Tour begins in Cape Town and ends at George Airport.
From George, to get to your next destination, you have an option
of flying to Cape Town, Durban or Johannesburg or
travelling by Luxury Coach or a Private Road Transfer.
The best months to tour are from 15 June to 15 November each
year to coincide with the presence of the numerous
Southern Right Whales that migrate to the coastline of