Departure Paris day 1, night flight, dinner and breakfast on boardArrival at Cape Town day 2 in the morning. Meet the local guide and get transferred to your hotel by private coach. The program of this day can be adjusted to your arrival time. With your local guide, you will discover a large part of South Africa’s History, led by Nelson Mandela, on Robben Island as it once was. Have a group lunch.
Enjoy the afternoon freely visiting the surroundings, as a first introduction to the culture and wonders of Cape Town. Additional information and suggestions will be suggested on day 13. Enjoy your first free dinner in South Africa and discover its nightlife.
Enjoy a local breakfast and pick up the bikes. Departure for the town of Paarl, with a stop at the Afrikaanse Taal Monument. Inaugurated in 1975, it is the only monument in the world dedicated to a language. Composed of several slender structures, this intriguing monument was built to pay tribute and to commemorate the centenary of Afrikaans as an official language, separate from Dutch.
Have a free lunch in group along the way to the heights of the Bain’s Kloof Pass, a road that connects the Wellington and Ceres valleys; absolutely stunning panoramas. Visit of the Karoo National Botanic Garden in Worcester and finally, wine tasting in a local cave. Have a evening meal at the guesthouse.
Enjoy a local breakfast at the guesthouse. Close to your accommodation, you will be able to enjoy a guided tour of the Cango Caves. These caves, discovered at the end of the 18th century, are 4 km long. They are considered as some of the most beautiful in South Africa, and are classified as National Heritage sites. You will reach the Meirigspoort Pass, with its waterfall and pool, an idyllic place for a picnic!
During the afternoon, you will go through the eastern Swartberg to get to your next stop, which is a 2-hour drive away, in the middle of the Great Plains. Dinner at the guesthouse.
Enjoy a local breakfast at the guesthouse. The day will begin with a ride through the eastern Great Plains, towards our next destination.
Group lunch at mid-way before arrival at the lodge. A guided safari will lead you to discover one of the largest wildlife reserve of the state. Proclaimed in 1931, Addo National Elephants Park has today the greatest population of elephants in the world; it has been initiated to protect 11 remaining elephants on the brink of extinction. With chance, you will be able to observe other types of wild animals, such as buffalos, gazelles and some lions. Return to the lodge and appreciate a local dinner in group.
Enjoy a local breakfast. You will drive to one the most beautiful private reservations in South Africa. Arrival time at the private wildlife reserve for a group lunch at the lodge.
Until 4 pm you may enjoy the facilities and some free time. For 4 hours you will be guided around the private reserve in an 4x4 with a guide, looking for the ‘Big Five’, which includes the extremely rare white lion. The ranger who is active in preserving the natural balance of the 134,000-acre park, will also introduce you to the varieties of flora, from trees to the smallest of plants. Enjoy an evening meal and a night in an exceptional place…the paradise in the bush.
Enjoy a local breakfast. A proposed option is the fascinating and terrifying cage dive with the Great White Shark. Visit of the whale museum and/or hike in the nature reserve of Fernkloof for others.
Free lunch. Departure for the Kogel Bay and its fabulous steep landscapes, including the Kogelberg, Hottentots Holland and the Haweqwa Reserves. Make a break at the Hugenot Memorial, dedicated to the French protestant immigrants, arriving in the country between the 17th and the 18th centuries. Arrival at Stellenbosch, the most French city of the Africa, after riding the wine route at the foot of Hawequas Mountain. Have freely a dinner and enjoy the nightlife in Stellenbosch.
Enjoy Enjoy a local breakfast at the guesthouse. For this last day on the road, several discoveries are scheduled. Experience the richness of the cabin’s colors by the famous beaches of Muizenberg and/or St James. On the Boulder’s Beach, from an area especially arranged for observation and totally environment-friendly, you will be able to meet penguins. You will have the opportunity to get so close that you can even be able to ‘shake their hand’! Then you’ll continue on towards an absolute must in South Africa: The Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point. You’ll be granted access to the park thanks to a cable car and visit freely.
Déjeuner libre dans le parc. Vous remontez en selle pour quelques km et pour des arrêts sur deux des plus belles plages d’Afrique du Sud. Sable blanc et mer turquoise, vous êtes sur les plages de Noordhoek & llandudno. Retour sur Cape Town en fin de journée par la route cotière, Chapman’s Peak, l'une des plus belles routes côtières au monde. Il arrive que certains constructeurs automobiles s'en servent à des fins publicitaires. Retour à Cape Town en fin de soirée. Dîner libre et hébergement à l'hôtel.
Formalities: For foreign citizens (No French), please refer to the authorities of your country for more information.
Access : Unless otherwise provided, participants must be over 25 years of age and be the holder of a valid driving license for over three years.
Accommodation: If available and unless an explicit request is made, participants registering alone may share a twin room in order to avoid having to pay an additional charge for a single room..
Price validity: The prices are applicable at brochure's publication and for the coming season. They may be revised according to the regulation in force. Air Moto Tours reserves the right to cancel the tour or request approval from the customers to readjust the variable cost if the number of participants on the tour should not be reached (see brochure).
Payment conditions: 30% down payment of the total amount of the service per person - Balance to be settled 45 days prior to departure.