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Para el amante de la naturaleza dentro de usted, explore las maravillas de la vida marina de la Bahía Plettenberg en Sudáfrica. Aliste sus piernas para el mar, suba a un bote y diríjase al agua para disfrutar una excursión de dos horas disfrutando de la belleza natural de la Bahía.

Con un emocionante lanzamiento desde las arenas de Central Beach, se dirigirá a las aguas azul profundo y navegará hacia el Este pasando el santuario de aves y Keubooms Beach hasta el pintoresco Arch Rock. Impresiónese ante su intrigante forma y mantenga sus ojos abiertos para observar a los delfines nariz de botella o tal vez un tiburón o dos. Desde aquí, se adentrará en el mar, a mitad de la Bahía en donde podrá admirar una abundancia de especies de aves marinas. Descubra su lado salvaje, a medida que se aventura en esta maravillosa Península Robberg, adentrándose en la Bahía. A medida que navega por el interior de la península, observe este mundo intacto y admire la única geología que se encuentra aquí. Aprecie sus hermosos alrededores y tome un momento para sacar una foto. Observe la creciente colonia de lobos marinos y todos sus entretenidos residentes. Aprenda un poco sobre la historia del área de un guía educado a medida que regresa por Robberg Beach. Después de pasar por el Beacon Island Hotel, construido en el sitio de una estación original de ballenas, su viaje viene con una emocionante conclusión, llevándolo de regreso a Central Beach.

Active sus sentidos con este maravilloso paseo en bote a lo largo de espectaculares paisajes naturales de la Bahía de Plettenburg, asegurando ser un entretenido extra para cualquier día.

Venga a disfrutar de una experiencia cultural única en un territorio que no se parece a ninguno de los que haya visto, el Valle de las Mil Colinas en Sudáfrica. En esta excursión de tres horas al valle, comprobará la verdadera grandeza y categoría tanto del paisaje como de sus habitantes.

Cuando lo recojan en su hotel, se dirigirá al vasto y escarpado terreno del valle. Son unas exuberantes colinas verdes salpicadas de asentamientos tribales que le permitirán conocer mejor la vida rural de África. Durante el trayecto, sumérjase en las vistas y en los sonidos de la vida diaria de Westville, Kloff y Hillcrest, algunas de las numerosas zonas residenciales de esta colorida región. Mientras contempla el fantástico paisaje que lo rodea, llegará a la Aldea Cultural de Phezulu, donde disfrutará de las explicaciones visuales sobre la cultura tradicional zulú en una aldea zulú simulada.

Conozca la vida y cultura vibrantes de la tribu zulú mientras contempla las danzas, los cantos y los tambores. Déjese llevar e inspirar por el ritmo de la comunidad. Después descubra parte de la fauna local con una visita a una granja de cocodrilos y un parque de serpientes. Por último, pasará por un estudio de arte y artesanía africanos, donde podrá ver de cerca las obras artesanas de las zonas limítrofes.

Con el Valle de las Mil Colinas como telón de fondo impresionante y pintoresco, hará un recorrido por la cultura local que será de su agrado y le permitirá tener otra perspectiva sobre la vida de los nativos de Sudáfrica.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 67,53 €

Come and see African wildlife seen nowhere else on earth, as you safari through the Kruger National Park of South Africa. Home to the Big Five, this tour will provide you the chance to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitats; an experience not to be missed.

From your hotel transfer right on through to either Phabeni or Numbi Gate, leading into the park, you will be securely in the hands of an armed and experienced game ranger. With local guides, most who have grown up in the area, you will have someone at the ready to share intimate knowledge on animal behaviour, the environment and habitat, and the Kruger National Park as a whole. There to protect both you and the animals living in the reserve, you can be assured of a safe trip, complete with an informative briefing on the basic rules of the park and safari, and the overall dangers involved.

Afterwards, you'll traverse the park's rugged terrain in an open safari vehicle and begin a remarkable journey into the wondrous wildlife of Africa. On your trip, keep your eyes to your beautiful surroundings and you may get to see a herd of elephants grazing or a rhino hiding in the tall grasses. Animals you would normally see in zoos or at the circus call this reserve home, so gaze at a natural world beyond comparison and enjoy a truly unique scene.

Dress for the great outdoors and grab your camera, for the sights of the animals and landscapes in Kruger National Park will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

The Garden Route is ideally explored on a luxury coach road trip. You can sit back and relax and enjoy the incredible scenery of the Tsitsikamma and Outeniqua mountain ranges which run parallel to the stunning southern Cape coastline and harbour large stretches of indigenous hardwood forests and expansive lagoons.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Verdant natural beauty of the Tsitsikamma mountains and forests, Nature’s Valley and Knysna’s spectacular lagoon
* Travelling the Outeniqua mountain pass and entering the Klein Karoo with its ostrich farms and the exceptional Cango Caves
* Community visit at a farm school before reaching the picturesque Cape Winelands

Day 1 (Sunday): Port Elizabeth and Knysna
We depart Port Elizabeth and head westwards to explore the magnificent beauty of the indigenous Tsitsikamma Forest. Visit the spectacularly beautiful Tsitsikamma National Park and Storms River Mouth (weather permitting). We’ll arrive at our hotel in Knysna, known as the oyster box of South Africa, nestling on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the Garden Route. Overnight in Knysna. Dinner included.

Day 2 (Monday): Knysna
After a leisurely breakfast we’ll enjoy a lagoon cruise to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, where we can take a trailer ride to the top of the Western Head to enjoy panoramic views of the town and lagoon, returning for lunch under the milkwood trees. The afternoon is at leisure to further explore this charming town set around a natural harbour lagoon. Overnight in Knysna. Breakfast and lunch included.

Day 3 (Tuesday): Knysna and Oudtshoorn
Travel through the Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn, known as the “ostrich capital” and the centre of the world’s Ostrich farming industry. We’ll visit an Ostrich Farm for a guided tour and light lunch, before taking a tour of the spectacular limestone caverns of the Cango Caves, one of the world’s great natural wonders, sculpted by nature through the ages. We will arrive at our hotel in the late afternoon, in time to check in and relax before dinner (for own account). Overnight in Oudtshoorn. Breakfast and lunch included.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 5 días

desde 737,83 €

Join us for a unique experience travelling through the three South Africa’s: The birth – where it all started, Apartheid South Africa – a dark time of oppression, and, the New South Africa – what has changed since Nelson Mandela was freed from prison. The tour affords the opportunity to connect, mingle and share cultural principles with the local community. Visit the Malay Quarter (also known as the Bo-Kaap, which means ""Above Cape"" because of its location up against the slopes of Table Mountain), where we share its history with the arrival of the Dutch in 1652. The Bo-Kaap has been closely associated with Cape Town’s Muslim community and is one of the city’s oldest areas. Drive through District Six, sharing its history where 60,000 people were uprooted when Apartheid became a law.

The tour continues to Langa, the oldest black township, where we’ll learn about the history of Langa and how people have improved their homes ever since they were offered ownership compared to what it used to look like during the years of Apartheid. Tour continues to “shanty town Khayelitsha”, the largest black township in Cape Town. Here we visit the Philani Empowerment Centre, where locals are taught basic life skills (weaving / arts & crafts, etc.); we visit to a shack to experience the living conditions; and we drive through middle-class Khayelitsha to experience some of the recent achievements, such as new housing developments, shopping malls, hospitals, a swimming pool and a magistrate’s court, under the leadership of Nelson Mandela.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 36,22 €

Experience a typical Market Day at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market, which is held every Saturday at the historic Granger Bay site at the V&A Waterfront. This is a community farmer’s-style market where independent local farmers and artisanal food producers link urban farming with Cape Town’s history & heritage, using seasonal produce. You can mingle with locals while they do their weekly food shopping (vegetables, fruit, bread, organic dairy, free-range eggs, honey, muesli, etc.) and try out some delicious cooked and raw foods (for own account), while feeling inspired about helping to build an alternative food system. Edible plants and seedlings as well as compost, gardening supplies and equipment are also available for purchase.

Continue to the Good Company Farmers’ Market at the Company’s Garden (South Africa’s oldest garden created in 1652 to grow vegetables). The farmer’s market is set in the Paddock's area of Company's Garden beneath giant oak trees, and has a great deal and variety of fresh farmers’ produce and products, delicious food, flowers and more. Enjoy delicious eats and treats (for own account) to take home with you or to enjoy on the spot. Your expert guide will be on hand to assist with insider tips on the local farmers and the produce they sell. Choose from a wonderful selection of food stalls with a variety of locally flavored foods, such as Spicy Cape Cuisine, Sweet Dreams home-made fudge, Maggino Bros. artisanal pizza, Blerrie Boerie (boerewors rolls), and a whole lot more! You’ll also have the opportunity to browse through local arts and crafts and a careful selection of retail stalls, such as Chill Winstan, Nama Collection and Tribal Beading Sandals.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 34,95 €

Ditch the cableway and explore the world-renowned Table Mountain by foot – this is a very popular activity in Cape Town! There are a number of fantastic hiking routes to the summit of Table Mountain that require moderate fitness and offer an extraordinary nature experience right in the heart of the city. We will hike up Table Mountain either via Platteklip Gorge or Skeleton Gorge through the spectacular Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Once we’ve arrived at the top, the opportunities for taking stunning pictures and getting endless incredible views of Cape Town and surrounds will be astounding! But wherever you are – top or bottom – the views, nature experience and beautiful, rich fynbos are impressive. There may be times when you forget that the city is really not so far away.

Your professional, knowledgeable and qualified mountain guide will ensure your safe passage to the top of this iconic mountain (weather permitting). If you find you are too tired to walk down, you have the option of taking the cable car (for guest’s own account).

This is a great chance for nature enthusiasts and adventurous folk to have fun outdoors whilst being physically active and learning or utilising their hiking skills and getting that real sense of accomplishment! Going up Table Mountain on foot allows for a more intimate and personal experience where you can get closer to nature and take it all in.

So sign for a hiking tour of Table Mountain for a chance to experience the beautiful and exhilarating climbs the Cape has to offer for yourself.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 80,07 €

This awe-inspiring tour to the towering headland known as Cape Point encompasses magnificent beaches, breathtaking views, and picturesque coastal villages. The Cape Peninsula is one of the world’s most scenic areas and stretches from the City centre to Cape Point.

For those with limited time, we offer a tour to Cape Point and Boulders Beach Penguin Colony as a half day option with visits to Hout Bay harbour and a drive via Chapman's Peak along the way.
Note: The drive via Chapman’s Peak is subject to the road being open. Ou Kaapse Weg will be used as an alternative route when necessary.

desde 45,82 €

Descubra por qué los sudafricanos le llaman con orgullo a la playa de Durban "la Milla de Oro". Pero este recorrido no lo llevará solo a una de las playas más hermosas del país, también se adentrará en la esplendorosa ciudad de Durban.

El recorrido se inicia con un paseo por esta playa del océano Índico. La famosa Milla de Oro es una larga extensión de arena dorada en la que mueren las tranquilas aguas del Índico. Déjese cautivar por la paz y el sonido de las olas, olvídese de todos sus problemas.

Acabará delante del espectacular ayuntamiento, un edificio magnífico que surge en medio de un exuberante entorno de palmeras enormes. La visita se hace cultural, ya que entraremos en el museo Kwa Muhle. El objetivo de este museo es conservar la memoria de la lucha de los negros por la dignidad y la igualdad de derechos durante la época del apartheid en Sudáfrica. Si encuentra cosas difíciles de digerir, se sentirá aliviado al saber que ya se le puso fin a esa pesadilla política.

En un tono más festivo, a continuación visitará el jardín botánico de Durban, donde podrá contemplar el exuberante entorno y saborear un delicioso Bunny Chow. Después se dirigirá al estadio Moses Mabhida. Aquí tendrá ocasión de realizar un emocionante trayecto en teleférico que lo conducirá al punto más alto del estadio. Se trata de un mirador privilegiado sobre los tejados de Durban, que bien puede ser la imagen que conserve en su memoria de esta extraordinaria ciudad de Sudáfrica.

A journey to some of Durban’s most important historical sites, places where South Africa’s future changed for the better because of the bravery of a few individuals.
Visit the Ohlange Institute in Inanda Township – the first fully African-run and African-funded educational system. This is the historical place where President Nelson Mandela coast his vote in South Africa’s first democtratic elections in 1994. Continue to Phoenix settlement where Mahatma Ghandi developed his philosophy of passive resistance. Also visit Ghandi’s restored home. Also visit Inanda Seminary, Ebuhleni and Cato Manor."
"Highlights:
* Inanda Township
* Ohlange Institute
* Phoenix Settlement
* Cato Manor

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 142,56 €

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