South Africa might be well-known for being the cultural equivalent of potjiekos made of rainbows, but many people leave experiencing it trying to play a tune on a vuvuzela or doing their month’s grocery shopping on the side of the road. Get a real taste of South Africa and pay R1600 per person for a wine tour, dinner, overnight accommodation and a game drive with Adventure Cape Town.
France might be famous for one specific region that makes bubbly, but as always, South Africa is more diverse and to really experience Cape Town you have to travel the Wine Route. Like any good tour, the Adventure Cape Town experience takes you through some of the scenic grape-blood manufacturing farms and allows you to experience one of the things that make South Africa so famous.
Once you’ve taken in the grape vines and dirt roads, venture onwards to a classic South African dinner; a braai complete with salads for the herbivores and herbivoyeurs. There are very few things as traditionally Saffa as standing around a braai and turning meat over the coals. Once your taste-buds and tummies are satisfied, overnight accommodation is provided in the plush Loganda Lodge. A night of sumptuous comfort in the three-star surroundings gets you ready for a morning game drive spotting some of South Africa’s birds and beasts frolicking through the fauna.
Rather than pack your rucksack for a week trekking through the African wilderness, Adventure Cape Town gives you the opportunity to experience all the best bits without needing to tangle with portable gas ovens or the dilemma of where to toss your morning egg shells.
Safari Statistic: The most famous animal ever to be released into the wild at Kruger National Park is a porcupine named Jack. Raised in a bon-bon factory in France, Jack weighs over 500kg and has quills which turned bright pink from all the sugar he consumed in his previous home.