Here Are Some of Our Day Trips
Updated: Jan 30, 2019
HERE ARE A FEW IDEAS FOR A DAY TRIP WITH US.
Golf Trips –
Courses being played are:
Plettenberg Bay / Goose Valley
Pezula / Simola
Oubaai / Kingswood / George
Mossel Bay / Pinnacle Point
Bloukrans Bungy Jump
Jump 216 m from the world’s highest commercial bungy jumping spot at Bloukrans bridge, or watch the adrenaline junkies as they scream through the air. The ultimate rush if you ever imagined trying to fly.
This stretch of white beach starts at the Sedgefield Lagoon mouth – an unspoiled paradise with the Indian Ocean’s warmer waters. Nothing happens quickly in this ‘Slow Town’ – a small town community focused on celebrating local arts & crafts and a natural way of life. Situated between Knysna and Wilderness – this beautiful seaside village is surrounded entirely by lakes, fynbos covered dunes and forests.
A lively, popular holiday town nestled between forested mountains and sea, and curves around a big lagoon. Walk to The Heads, where the sea crashes between two massive sandstone cliffs
The eight slides, of which the longest is 211m, zigzag along cables across the river gorge, as high as 50m above the water in some places with views over indigenous Tsitsikamma forest
Spend time in lush green paradise as we explore the marine reserve with its unique combination of ancient Outenique Yellowwood forests and wild dramatic coastal landscape. Walk along forest trails to a suspension bridge and find a quiet spot from where to absorb the living splendour. Look out for inquisitive vervet monkeys & array of bird life in dense vegetation.
Inland from the Cape’s famous Garden Route, over breathtakingly beautiful mountain passes, red rock cliffs and wide open spaces of the Klein Karoo, you’ll find Oudtshoorn – once known as the ostrich capital of the world.
Crawl deep underground in these illuminated wonderland of subterranean caves filled with magic and mystery. Follow passageways that lead to vast halls inside the earth, where colourful stalactites hang like ancient chandeliers
Tour this multi-accredited conservation facility with over 90 species, including some of the world’s most endangered animals. Get the opportunity to meet some animals in an optional close encounter.
AND SO MUCH MORE!
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