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Uncover South Africa in 13 days
Explore South Africa with this country-wide clothes-optional tour during the best and warmest time. Start at Cape Town, stay at naturist/nudist accommodation/resorts for 11 out of the 12 nights and end in Johannesburg after 13 days while meeting other Nudists/Naturists.
Fly to Cape Town and your Naturist Tourist Guide will start this tour by taking you to the most famous attractions and landmarks, and will explain the intriguing but interesting South African history and culture to you while driving in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.
This is what you are going to do:
Day 1: A trip to Cape Town's most famous icon: Table Mountain by the Aerial Cableway to take in the natural beauty and stunning views. The first botanical garden in the world to be established (in 1913) to protect local flora, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in the UNESCO-listed Cape Floral Kingdom follows. Lunch is at an African cuisine restaurant. We journey along the False Bay coastline with Chapman’s Drive and to Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town, home to one of the few land-based penguin colonies in the world. 3 nights at Cape Town naturist accommodation, naturist friendly with splendid sea and mountain views. Amenities include a private pool, two outdoor showers, an area for sunbathing, a sauna, a patio with a sea view, which provides a lovely space for getting together.
Day 2: A scrumptious breakfast follows a visit to Cape Point, situated within the Table Mountain National Park, with a section of the park referred to as Cape of Good Hope. A visit to Groot Constantia to taste their export quality wines, and the Spier Wine Farm for chocolate and wine tasting on the banks of the Spier dam concludes a perfect day. More optional activities available.
Day 3: You choose the best day out of these three to spend the day on Sandy Beach where naturalists go nude and free. The deep blue Atlantic Ocean shimmering white sands with spectacular mountain and ocean views is a breathtaking experience well worth the trek on a windless day. The secluded cove of Sandy Bay is a long stretch of beaches naturally divided by granite slabs.
Day 4: Moving up the coast, you arrive at a small dairy farm where a naturist clothes-free lifestyle is maintained and where you arrive as strangers and leave as old friends. You will be allowed to participate in farming activities like the milking of cows, etc. A swimming pool and sauna is available, and conversation around a cosy fireplace occurs when it gets colder.You stay here for two nights.
Day 5: You do a day trip to explore De Hoop Nature Reserve, one of the largest natural areas managed by CapeNature. This beautiful reserve is a favourite for hikers, cyclists, and bird and whale watchers. The neighboring marine reserve, which extends 5km out to sea, is one of the largest marine protected areas in Africa. You can also go to L'Agulhas, the most southern coastal village in Africa, located at the southernmost tip of the African mainland.
Day 6: A scrumptious breakfast follows a drive to the town of Oudtshoorn in the Karoo with Route 62. This route delivers an unforgettable South African travelling experience. (Lunch en-route) After visiting the Cango Caves for a Heritage Tour, we head down the scenic Outeniqua Pass and onto the green forests and beaches of the Garden Route. You drive through the town of Knysna where you view the Knysna Heads: a pair of sandstone cliffs that separate the Knysna Lagoon from the sea beyond; a famous landmark along the renowned Garden Route. Now to the town of Plettenberg Bay, with a 1 night stay at Plettenberg Bay Nudist/Naturist accommodation.
Day 7: You can take a boat ride for a “Dolphin Encounters” excursion of 2 hours to view dolphins, whales when in season and seals from Plettenberg Bay, and then we drive to the Storms River Suspension Bridge, that hangs over the red-brown waters of the Storms River Mouth, it spans 77 metres and remains one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Tsitsikamma National Park. It hangs just seven metres above the churning waters of the river as it enters the foamy Indian Ocean. The walk is well worth the magnificent views. Birds accompany walkers along the way and there are a number of lookout point and places to have a seat and rest, while enjoying the vistas of the turquoise ocean. You stay the night at a hotel in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), close to the airport for the flight on the following day. (economy flight included)
Day 8: After experiencing the best of the Cape Province, you fly to Johannesburg and visit the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve. Besides the game drive where white lions and rhinoceros can be seen, visitors can view a wide variety of game including some very rare and endangered species and can expect to see in excess of 650 head of game. The Reserve falls within the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS). You stay at a nearby naturist/nudist resort for 2 nights. (SunEden)
Day 9: You enjoy the largest naturist/nudist resort in the country, which borders a Big 5 Game Reserve with entrance just 4km away. A game drive can be arranged on request. Relax, soak up the sun and enjoy the beautiful swimming pool and spa area. There is also a well-stocked bar.
Day 10: Breakfast follows the drive to a wildlife sanctuary situated on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. (Approximately 390 kilometers from here). You stay at naturist accommodation for 3 nights.
Day 11: You do Big 5 game drives in our own vehicle in the Kruger National Park for 2 days, where you explore every possible opportunity to view the spectacular wildlife scenery. Chances are excellent to spot a variety of some of the estimated number of animals: Lion, 1 620 – 1750, Leopard, 1 000, Cheetah, 120, Wild dog, 120, Spotted hyena, 5340, Elephant, 13 750, Burchell's zebra, 23 700 - 35 300, Hippopotamus, 3 100, Warthog, 3 100 - 5 700, Giraffe, 6 800 - 10 300, Buffalo, 37 130, Eland, 460, Roan antelope, 90, Sable antelope, 290, Greater kudu, 11 200, etc.
Day 12: Kruger National Park like day 11.
Day 13: On your way back to Johannesburg, we drive to the spectacular Panorama Route with its beautiful waterfalls, see vistas from God’s window, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the three rondawels at the Blyde Canyon (largest green canyon in the world). You stay over at a hotel at the OR Tambo International Airport, or take your flight home. (Arrive from 6pm)
Optional extra day: A tour to Soweto takes you into the most famous sprawling township in Africa. Full of surprise and contrast, Soweto is a township located on the South-Western side of Johannesburg. It is home to sites of historical importance; as many of the struggles were fought against the injustices of the apartheid. Relive the history of Nelson Mandela at the Mandela House Museum. After a traditional lunch in Vilakazi street, you will taken to a hotel at the OR Tambo International Airport, or take your flight home.
Table Mountain by Aerial Cableway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden,
Groot Constantia, Wine tasting and Spier Wine Farm, Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town, Cape Point, Table Mountain National Park, Flying Dutchman Funicular, Route 62 – Karoo, Cango Caves Heritage Tour, Game drives, God’s Window, Berlin Falls, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and three rondawels at the Blyde Canyon
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Booking Dates & Tariffs
8 January 2023, 25 February 2023
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A deposit of 40% is required when a booking is made. Last payment must be made no later than 21 days before the tour starts.
Prices are calculated as follows:
Single person: US$ 3690
US$ 2750 pp sharing,
US$ 2190 pp sharing,
US$ 2350 pp sharing
child age 4-12: US$ 990
child age 0-3 free
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National Park fees
Breakfast and Dinners
Professional guide at specialist venues
Transport by private vehicle
Daily bottled water
Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
Flights, except the local flight
IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFO:
South Africa is a big country of 1,219,912 km2 (471,011 sq mi). On this tour you will be travelling an average of 250 km per day.
The itinerary is subjected to slight changes according to weather conditions and unforeseen circumstances. You will be entering malaria areas as well. Besides using mosquito repellent, it is advisable to consult your doctor before you depart.
Bring sunblock, a sunhat, walking shoes, binoculars and cameras.
Wear comfortable shoes and bring along a jersey or jacket.
The groups can range from a min. of 4 people to a max. of 6, we may cancel the tour if group is less than 4 people.
International standard sanitizing protocols are strictly adhered to.