10-14 Day Photographic Safari

This 10-14 day safari begins in the Eastern Cape and ends in Cape Town, traveling via the Garden Route.
It can be changed to start in Cape Town and end in the Eastern Cape.

The price depends on how many people would like to go on this safari.
So, don't hesitate to contact us with your requirements via Email for a quotation.


We'll meet and greet you at the airport, then take you through to a luxury game lodge where you'll stay for the duration of your safari in the Eastern Cape.

Your first excursion will be to the Addo Elephant National Park. There we spend the entire day game watching and photographing.

Addo played a unique role in the struggle to preserve the African elephant. From only 11 elephants the elephant herd has increased to over 320.
The park also supports a valuable herd of more than 250 Cape buffaloes.

Other animals you can expect to see are Blesbuck, Zebra, Black Back Jackal, Ostriches, black Rhino’s, Warthogs, Kudu and Red Hartebeest.

Back in Port Elizabeth you have time to freshen up before dinner, explore the Port Elizabeth beach front at night and visit the Boardwalk Casino.

Our first stop along the Garden Route will be at the Tsitsikamma Forest where the adventerous can go on a canopy tour suspended in the giant
Outeniqua Yellowwood trees, and the rest of us can go for a walk in the Tsitsikamma National Park.

At Knysna we'll spend two days. There we'll visit the Knysna Waterfront, do shopping and explore neighbouring towns and beach resorts.
Knysna is also home to the famous Knysna Forrest elephants.

Our next stop is Cape Town.

A visit to Table Mountain will be first on the list.
From the top of the mountain the view across the Peninsula and Table Bay will provide you with breathtaking photos.

Cape Point is situated within the Table Mountain National Park. There is a major peak that dominates the skyline locally which has the old lighthouse on
the top. The Flying Dutchman Funicular runs from a car park to slightly below the level of the old lighthouse and a short flight of steps leads to a viewing
platform at the base of the lighthouse. You’ll see 7750 ha of unspoiled landscape and indigenous flora, various species of game as well as breathtaking
scenery from the highest cliffs in Africa.

A boat trip to Robben Island for a tour of the prison island is also very popular. You will see where retired South African President Mandela was held,
how the prisoners and wardens lived on the island and what the island has become today. When you return from Robben Island you spend the
afternoon at the V&A Waterfront exploring all the craft markets, taverns, wine shops, restaurants, aquariums and shopping complexes.

A visit to the picturesque fishing village in Hout Bay is a must, as is going to the Kirstenbosch Gardens and the museums in and around the city centre.
Then we also have exciting trips such as whale watching when in season, shark diving, hot airballoon rides, hiking and abseiling.

During our photographic safari we'll dine at the best and most popular restaurants our country has to offer.


We say goodbye to new friends at the airport.


Included:

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast.
All entry fees.
All transport.

Excluded

Beverages and alcoholic drinks.
Tips and gratuities.
Telephone Calls.
Room Service.