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Camper trip in the Cape

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A two-week tour of your holiday home on wheels, with all the camping pitches already selected and reserved for you. No loss of valuable vacation time, therefore, to search for available and suitable overnight locations! We have selected the nicest and most beautiful camping pitches for you.

The Western and Eastern Cape has a lot to offer, for example the bustling Cape Town, the beautiful Garden Route, Addo Elephant Park, Oudtshoorn and the tasty wine route. In a relatively short time you will find out what an extremely fantastic and versatile country South Africa is. This trip is particularly suitable for the months of September to April. Meet the different cultures, flora and fauna.

Specifications

7110
From€ 167/ per person
18days
South Africa
Swellendam, Storms River, Plettenberg Bay, Paarl, Oudtshoorn, Montagu, Cape Town
Cape Town
Cape Town
  • 13 overnight stays at reserved camping pitches according to description, or similar.
  • Route description and global google map
  • Flights and possibly visa
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Camper rental, choose a camper from our wide selection
  • Possible first night after arrival
  • Optional activities
  • Possible additional costs for camper rental
  • GPS rental
  • Personal expenses and fees
  • Entrance fees and conservation fees
Camper
accommodation
Camping
Budget
No
Yes
De Hollandsche Molen, Montagu Guano Cave Resort, Kleinplaas Holiday Resort, Keurbooms Lagoon Caravan Park, Africamps at Kam'Bati, Imhoff Park, SANParks Addo Elephant Rest Camp, SANParks Storms River Mouth Rest Camp
Please note: the camper is not included in the price. Choose a suitable model from our extensive range!
Dagprogramma
Day 1-2: Cape Town -

You can pick up your camper rented from us from 8 am in the relevant camper depot in Cape Town (not included, choose a camper from our wide selection). Please note: if you are flying with KLM (late arrival), also book an extra night in Cape Town so that you can pick up your camper the next morning.

After all the checks and paperwork you drive to the small town of Kommetjie on the Cape peninsula, where you can relax and recover from the long flight.

You will camp for two nights in the Imhoff Caravan Park, located approximately 34 km from Cape Town. There are two beautiful beaches in front of the park; Long Beach, a famous surfing beach and Noordhoek Beach. You have enough time to explore Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula.

A visit to Table Mountain National Park that ends at the Cape of Good Hope is highly recommended for the coming days. After a steep climb or a short ride with a cogwheel train you will arrive at Cape Point and look out over the ocean.

The reserve is an important resting area for rare ungulates such as the Mountain Zebra, Bontebok and Eland. Along the way you will certainly encounter baboons, do not feed them and do not quote them, they are still wild animals.

Keep your windows closed because they are always hungry. On the beautiful coastal route around the Cape Peninsula you drive via the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive, one of the most beautiful scenic routes in the world. If you feel hungry at the end of this route, drive to the  Hout Bay harbour and treat yourself to tasty fish, fresher does not exist! Stay on the coast so you will be trendy Camps Bay, Clifton and  Sea Point (perhaps time to stop at the V&A Waterfront).

A nice way to explore Cape Town is with the ‘hop on / hop off’ bus. You will be guided through Cape Town and / or surroundings in a relaxed way with explanations and you can board and exit at various locations. Or visit Robben Island (advance booking required) where Nelson Mandela has been imprisoned for years. A visit to Table Mountain should of course not be missed (it is recommended to do this early in the day because of the ‘table cloth’ that often comes over Table Mountain in the afternoon). Go shopping, test Malay cuisine in the Bo Kaap, visit the Castle of Good Hope or stroll through the streets of downtown Cape Town.At the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens you can enjoy the South African flora.
Day 3: Cape Town - Breederiver/Swellendam -
Day 4-5: Swellendam - Tsitsikamma National Park -
Day 6-7: Tsitsikamma National Park - Addo Elephant National Park -
Day 8: Addo Elephant National Park - Plettenberg Bay -
Day 9-10: Plettenberg Bay - Oudtshoorn -
Day 11: Oudtshoorn - Montagu -
Day 12-13: Montagu Paarl -
Day 14: Paarl - Cape Town -
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