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Motorhome trip from Johannesburg to Cape Town

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South Africa really has everything in one. The diversity of this beautiful country is enormous. The country offers sun, sea, mountains, nature, culture, cities and of course, not to be forgotten safaris. How about the Kruger Park, the Panorama route, Swaziland, the Drakensberg, Addo Elephant Park, the Garden Route and Cape Winelands and all others sights? Words fall short for this special country, you will have to experience it for yourself!

You can directly choose a 4 × 4 camper from here or contact us, the cheapest camper provider in South Africa.

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7103
From€ 256/ per person
21days
God's Window, Chapman's Peak Drive, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Panorama Route, Garden Route (tuinroute), Kruger National Park, Table Mountain National Park, Garden Route National Park (Tsitsikamma en Wilderness), Bontebok National Park, Addo Elephant National Park, Cape Peninsula
Eswatini (Swaziland), South Africa
Swellendam, Oudtshoorn, Cape Town, East London, Johannesburg
Johannesburg
Cape Town
  • Camping pitches in said caravan parks, or similar
  • Global google map and route description
  • Flights and possibly visa
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Camper rental, choose a camper from our extensive range
  • Additional costs for camper rental (eg insurance, tolls, cross border fees etc)
  • GPS rental
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses and fees
  • Entrance fees and conservation fees
Camper
accommodation
Camping
Budget
Areena Riverside Resort, Cremorne, Silverstreams Country Estate & Caravan Park, Salt Rock Hotel & Resort, Bushbaby Lodge & Camping, Forever Resort Blyde Canyon, Kleinplaas Holiday Resort, Africamps at Kam'Bati, Imhoff Park, SANParks Skukuza Rest Camp, SANParks Addo Elephant Rest Camp, SANParks Storms River Mouth Rest Camp, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
Note: Your rental camper is not included in the price. Choose one from our extensive range.
Dagprogramma
Day 1-2: Johannesburg - Blyde Canyon -

If you come between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. to the depot in Johannesburg where you will find the camper, choose from our extensive range. After all the paperwork has been arranged and you have received all the instructions, you can hit the road. Your adventurous vacation starts with an interesting route. Welcome to South Africa! If you have booked a late flight, we recommend that you book an extra night.

The monotomous grassy plains from Johannesburg will soon turn into fascinating landscapes on your way to the province Mpumalanga. The  Forever Resort Blyde Canyon where you will park your camper for two nights is located at the third largest canyon in the world, the Blyde River Canyon. This resort offers all modern facilities, and from the restaurant you have a breathtaking view of the famous Three Rondavels. If you want to stretch your legs, look for the Tufa Waterfall (one-hour walk). The gorge itself is a nature reserve and only accessible to hikers.

Since you will be staying here for two nights, you can take it easy on the second day of the Panorama Route are going to enjoy. The road along the edge of The Escarpment is so spectacular that it is not called the Panorama route for nothing. Take all the time for this, so that you won’t miss the breathtaking views along the way. Pinnacle Rock, Jock’s View and God’s Window are some of the high-lying rock points from which you can look out over the vast Lowveld.

At Bourke’s Luck Potholes you reach viewpoints via paths and bridges from where you can admire the wonderful riverbed carved rock bed where the Treur and Blyde rivers meet. you can also via Graskop to  Pilgrim’s Rest drive, a former ‘mining village’ where gold was mined up to the 1920s. Today the entire town is a national monument and open-air museum: a must to visit.

In Mpumalanga Due to the altitude, the many rainfall and erosion many beautiful waterfalls have been created. The so-called Waterfalls Route runs on the R 532 from Graskop to Sabie, and is a nice route to drive for those who would like to visit a few waterfalls such as the Sabie, Horseshoe, Lone Creek, Bridal Veil and MacMac Falls. You can swim in the crystal clear water of the Mac Mac Pools (a small entrance fee is requested). A 3 km walk can also be made from here. Sabie is at an altitude of around 1,000 meters and is therefore malaria free. The former Voortrekkers therefore usually stored their base camps in this area in order to hunt from here in the low field (where the Kruger Park is also located).

Day 3-4: Blyde Canyon - Kruger National Park -
Day 5: Kruger National Park - Eswatini (Swaziland) -
Day 6-7: Eswatini - Hluhluwe -
Day 8: Hluhluwe - Salt Rock -
Day 9-10: Salt Rock - Drakensberg -
Day 11: Drakensberg - Port St. Johns -
Day 12: Port St. Johns - East London -
Day 13: East London - Addo Elephant National Park -
Day 14-15: Addo Elephant National Park - Tsitsikamma National Park -
Day 16-17: Tsitsikamma National Park - Oudtshoorn -
Day 18: Oudtshoorn - Swellendam -
Day 19-20: Swellendam - Cape Town / Kommetjie -
Day 21: Cape Town/Camper depot -
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