|Day No.||Accommodation & Destination||Services Provided||Duration of Stay|
|Meet and Greet at Cape Town Airport|
Luxury Room Bed & Breakfast
Half Day Cape Town Tour of Cape Town
|4||River Manor Boutique Hotel & Spa,|
|Standard Room Bed & Breakfast|
Full Day Wine Tour
|7||Motswari Private Game Reserve,|
|Road transfer Hoedspruit to Motswari|
Luxury Bungalow Full Board
- Half Day Cape Town Tour -Castle, District 6, Table Mountain Cable Car & Coffee
- Full Day Wine Tour – Stellenbosch & Tasting
- Motswari Private Game Reserve -2 Game Drives & 1 Walk p/day
- Road transfer Motswari to Hoedspruit
- All Route Descriptions
Services excluded are
- Daily conservation fees and entrance fees into national parks and private reserves
- Car hire
Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape Province. It is a city with two faces, European and African, a blend of first and third world. Despite these vast differences Cape Town is a relaxed and safe city. It has a number of very interesting museums including the South African National Museum, with planetarium, the Bo-Kaap Museum and the National Gallery. In the city centre is the Castle of Good Hope. Table Mountain is situated on the southern side of Cape Town and is famous for its table shape. The mountain provides stunning views over the entire city and is easily accessible via the rotating cable car.
Abbey Manor is a luxury guesthouse set high on the foothills of Table Mountain, overlooking the splendour of Cape Town. Centrally located, Abbey Manor offers sumptuous rooms – each individually decorated – that offer dramatic views of the city, ocean, or majestic mountains, and cater to the highest level of comfort. Abbey Manor is an historical building, now 100 years old, which has been lovingly restored to its former glory, while adding the best that modern technology and comfort can offer. It is probably the only property in the City Bowl that has a true 360-degree view: the entire mountain range, the harbour, and the distant Hottentots Hollan mountains, which are covered in snow in winter.
Stellenbosch was originally a border post established in 1679 by Governor Simon Van der Stel. The town lies in the West Cape in a lovely and fertile valley, which produces much of the wines for which South Africa is famous. Stellenbosch is one of the oldest and best-preserved towns in South Africa.When the town was established, vineyards were planted in the vicinity.
River Manor with its National Monument status comprises two historical houses set in the picturesque Oak-lined “Avenue” across from the Eerste River. The 16 spacious en-suite rooms, furnished within the theme of ‘Colonial Charm with a touch of Africa’ are stylishly decorated with antiques and combine old world charm with modern conveniences. You can enjoy Colonial poolside breakfasts before setting out to explore Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.
The reserve came into existence on July 1956, when a group of conservation-minded persons who owned “game farms” on the westernboundary of the Kruger Park came together to form the Timbavati Association. The lands now comprising the Timbavati were barely touched, and are still only lightly
inhabited. This part of South Africa’s bushveld region may therefore be regarded as really unspoiled and deserves recognition as truly wild land.
Deep within the Timbavati Nature Reserve lies Motswari Private Game Reserve. As part of the Greater Kruger National Park Conservancy and traversing close on 150 square kilometres of pristine habitat, they offers visitors the best of Africa; wide horizons. Motswari (meaning To conserve and protect) prides itself on offering guests a unique and genuine bush experience. Motswari received accreditation from Fair Trade in Tourism.