Days 21 - 22: Cederberg
Distance: 239 km / 149 miles
The Cederberg Wilderness Area lies some 200 km north of Cape Town, it was proclaimed a wilderness area in 1973, and as such enjoys the highest possible conservation status. The Cederberg is renowned for its spectacular landscapes and rock formations, as well as its namesake, the increasingly rare Clanwilliam cedar tree.
Activities on offer include hiking and walking trails to view the fascinating rock formations this region is famous for. You may also choose to visit one of the ancient rock art sites. For the adventurous, enjoy a 2.5-hour donkey cart adventure trail ending in the Heuningvlei local village, the small local community is known for its production of traditional dried fruit and organic rooibos tea.
Days 23 - 24: Langebaan
Distance: 190 km / 119 miles
Welcome to the tranquil West Coast with its wide, open spaces, charming fishing villages, unspoilt beaches and abundant animal and marine life. From water sports and whale watching to enchanting spring flowers, hiking among the fynbos, mountain biking, birding and fresh seafood, and this beguiling year-round destination has it all.
Endless natural beauty, a string of secret beaches, uncrowded BBQ spots, tons of exhilarating outdoor adventures, and some of the best wildflower spotting in the country – these are just some of the wondrous attractions that make this beautifully preserved, unblemished paradise on earth the ultimate escape.
Days 25 - 26: Cape Town
Distance: 95 km / 59 miles
Continue on the last leg of your journey to Cape Town where you will drop off your motorhome before being transferred to your hotel in the centre of Cape Town for a two night stay. Make the most of your free time and perhaps visit Bo-Kapp, Table Mountain, or the V&A Waterfront.
Situated at the foot of Signal Hill, the Bo-Kaap formerly known as the Malay Quarter dates back to the 1760s and forms a significant part of South Africa's cultural heritage. A guided tour can be arranged, take a walk through the cobbled streets and listen to the stories and tales whilst having the opportunity to photograph the unique, colourful houses.
Table Mountain, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World offering a return cable way ride in the rotating state-of-the-art cable car. You will be 3,500ft above the city...sip on a glass of sparkling wine whilst taking in one of the most beautiful views in the world.
The V&A Waterfront is one of Africa’s most visited destinations. Situated in the oldest working harbour in South Africa, with the iconic Table Mountain as its backdrop, makes the V&A Waterfront a favourite for local and international visitors. The V&A Waterfront offers a variety of attractions, activities, restaurants, live entertainment and over 500 retail stores.
Enjoy an award-winning 14-dish tasting menu inspired by ingredients and textures from all over the African continent. Be seduced by live dancing and singing to the rhythmic beating of African djembe drums. Feel part of their tribal community with some optional pre-dinner drumming under the guidance of an experienced facilitator. While honouring African culinary traditions their menu combines these with modern flavours and techniques to serve up a sophisticated African feast that changes seasonally. Each dish is served in generous individual and shared portions and the country of origin, cooking techniques and spicing explained. All their meat, poultry and fish dishes come with vegetarian or vegan substitutes and they are currently the only South African Restaurant that operates an international certified Halal kitchen by Crescent Rating.
Day 27 - 28: Cape Town to UK
There is just enough time for some last minute sightseeing or shopping before you are transferred to Cape Town airport for your overnight flight back to the UK.