TOP
-
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R1,520.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes and Scrambles - Half Day single Person

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R1520.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R2,380.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes And Scrambles - Half Day 2 poeple

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R2380.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R825.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes And Scrambles - Half Day - 3 people plus - Per person

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.



We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes
We offer various options on Table Mountain.



Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.



Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.



We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?
Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.
Who can join a hike?
Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!



Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature

Difficulty & fitness
There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring
good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..



We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R825.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.



Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!







Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature



Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs

R1,890.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes And Scrambles - Full Day Hike - Single Person per person

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.



Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!







Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature



Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.



Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs

R1890.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!

Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature


Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.


Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R2,380.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes And Scrambles - Full Day Hike - 2 people Combined

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!

Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature


Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.


Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R2380.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!

Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature


Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.


Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R1,090.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain Hikes And Scrambles - Full Day Hike - 3 People (Per person)

Table Mountain has many beautiful footpaths and exciting scrambling routes to explore; and with one of our highly qualified mountain guides you can be assured of an excellent and safe adventure. We have been guiding on Table Mountain for more years than anyone else, ensuring you of the best possible experience on TM.

We offer half-day and full-day programs on Table Mountain and the surrounding peaks like Lion’s Head and Devils Peak or further along the Peninsula Mountains from Silvermine to Cape Point.

Half-day, Full-day & Overnight hikes

We offer various options on Table Mountain.

Our popular half-day hikes normally make use of the well-known Cableway to descend the mountain after hiking to the top.

Full-day hikes allow for seeing more of the mountain and often involve hiking both up and down, avoiding the cable car.

We also offer overnight hiking on the Hoerikwaggo Trail or by making use of the various guest houses situated conveniently along the foot of the mountain. Please see our Table Mountain Trail page and consult with us for overnight hiking options

What is scrambling?

Scrambling refers to very easy rock climbing and/or boulder hopping needed to negotiate an obstacle. On scrambling routes you can expect to have to use your hands to hold onto the rock and you may have to cross more difficult and exposed terrain. Our guides will always assist you on these parts of the route and may even rope you up for some of the climbing to ensure your safety. Following a scrambling route is an exciting and fun way of getting up the mountain and seeing the lesser known parts, away from the main tourist routes.

Who can join a hike?

Any reasonably healthy and fit person is welcome. You do not have to be a marathon runner or even a regular hiker!

Our guides set an acceptable pace that suits the group and the terrain. Because of the proximity of the mountain to the City we are seldom pressed for time and we allow generous opportunity to relax and enjoy nature


Difficulty & fitness

There are so many options available for hiking on Table Mountain that we able to cater for all age groups and all levels of fitness and experience.


Most of our Table Mountain hikes are booked as Private Guiding, so the itinerary is flexible and we can consult with you about the various options before choosing a route.e

What to bring

good walking shoes or boots

a warm & waterproof jacket

sun protection

at least 2 litres of water and some snacks or lunch on the full-day options..

We can provide the following on request:

backpacks

trekking poles

gaiters

gourmet lunch packs
R1090.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.



R4,290.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Cape Point Day Hike and Tour - Full Day Hike - Single Person per person

Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.



R4290.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
R4,290.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Cape Point Day Hike and Tour - Full Day Hike - 2 People(combined price)

Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
R4290.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
R1,520.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Cape Point Day Hike and Tour - Full Day Hike - 3 Plus people only - Price per person

Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
R1520.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Cape Point two ocean trail and tour - Enquiry

Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.

Two oceans trail
Cape Point hike & tour
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.



A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.



Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.

This is a one-day trip.



A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.



After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close. Ending off the day at a local favourite for a feast of seafood.
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Also known as the Hoerikwaggo Trail, a number of options are available for overnight hiking on the Table Mountain chain.

We custom make itineraries ranging from 2 days to 5 days leading you across the Peninsula Mountains all the way from Cape Town to Cape Point.

Various service levels available to suit your needs.

Consult with us today and lets get our boots on and start exploring...
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain - Multi Day Trekking - Enquiry

Also known as the Hoerikwaggo Trail, a number of options are available for overnight hiking on the Table Mountain chain.

We custom make itineraries ranging from 2 days to 5 days leading you across the Peninsula Mountains all the way from Cape Town to Cape Point.

Various service levels available to suit your needs.

Consult with us today and lets get our boots on and start exploring...
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Standing 1086m tall above the Mother City is arguably South Africa’s most famous landmark, Table Mountain.



The city of Cape Town and its suburbs surround the giant 80km long mountain chain stretching from Signal Hill above Table Bay to Cape Point in the South. In Cape Town life literally centres around the mountain.



Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site and a proclaimed National Park with great biodiversity and fantastic natural beauty. The mountain offers inspiring traditional rock climbing routes, mostly on high quality Sandstone.



Venture Forth offers full-day guided rock climbing trips on Table Mountain with a wide variety of routes to choose from. All levels of experience and ability are catered for and our experienced, qualified guides ensure your safety. Please contact us for options and more details.



Trad climbing is offered as private guiding to suit your arrangements. It is best to book well in advance and to consult with us before the trip so that we can create the best possible itinerary for you. We supply all the equipment required but you are encouraged to bring your own rock climbing shoes if you have.
R3,410.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain trad Rock Climbing - Single Person

Standing 1086m tall above the Mother City is arguably South Africa’s most famous landmark, Table Mountain.



The city of Cape Town and its suburbs surround the giant 80km long mountain chain stretching from Signal Hill above Table Bay to Cape Point in the South. In Cape Town life literally centres around the mountain.



Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site and a proclaimed National Park with great biodiversity and fantastic natural beauty. The mountain offers inspiring traditional rock climbing routes, mostly on high quality Sandstone.



Venture Forth offers full-day guided rock climbing trips on Table Mountain with a wide variety of routes to choose from. All levels of experience and ability are catered for and our experienced, qualified guides ensure your safety. Please contact us for options and more details.



Trad climbing is offered as private guiding to suit your arrangements. It is best to book well in advance and to consult with us before the trip so that we can create the best possible itinerary for you. We supply all the equipment required but you are encouraged to bring your own rock climbing shoes if you have.
R3410.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Standing 1086m tall above the Mother City is arguably South Africa’s most famous landmark, Table Mountain.

The city of Cape Town and its suburbs surround the giant 80km long mountain chain stretching from Signal Hill above Table Bay to Cape Point in the South. In Cape Town life literally centres around the mountain.

Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site and a proclaimed National Park with great biodiversity and fantastic natural beauty. The mountain offers inspiring traditional rock climbing routes, mostly on high quality Sandstone.

Venture Forth offers full-day guided rock climbing trips on Table Mountain with a wide variety of routes to choose from. All levels of experience and ability are catered for and our experienced, qualified guides ensure your safety. Please contact us for options and more details.

Trad climbing is offered as private guiding to suit your arrangements. It is best to book well in advance and to consult with us before the trip so that we can create the best possible itinerary for you. We supply all the equipment required but you are encouraged to bring your own rock climbing shoes if you have.
R2,750.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Table Mountain trad Rock Climbing - Groups - Per Person

Standing 1086m tall above the Mother City is arguably South Africa’s most famous landmark, Table Mountain.

The city of Cape Town and its suburbs surround the giant 80km long mountain chain stretching from Signal Hill above Table Bay to Cape Point in the South. In Cape Town life literally centres around the mountain.

Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site and a proclaimed National Park with great biodiversity and fantastic natural beauty. The mountain offers inspiring traditional rock climbing routes, mostly on high quality Sandstone.

Venture Forth offers full-day guided rock climbing trips on Table Mountain with a wide variety of routes to choose from. All levels of experience and ability are catered for and our experienced, qualified guides ensure your safety. Please contact us for options and more details.

Trad climbing is offered as private guiding to suit your arrangements. It is best to book well in advance and to consult with us before the trip so that we can create the best possible itinerary for you. We supply all the equipment required but you are encouraged to bring your own rock climbing shoes if you have.
R2750.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
The Cape has spectacular sport climbing crags to visit with great routes for all abilities. Most of the Peninsula sport climbing is done on single-pitch routes but some venue such as Paarl Rock do offer multi-pitch sport routes.





There are excellent routes available for all levels and we will show you the best crags and ensure your safety.



We offer both half-day and full-day sport climbing options around the Cape Peninsula.



On the menu will be places like Silvermine Nature Reserve, Lakeside Pinnacle and historical Peers Cave.



On a half-day tour you will see only one crag but on a full-day tour we can visit two crags giving you more climbing options and allowing more sight-seeing.
R1,915.00
Open
Venture Forth


Adventure Hiking Company


Cape Peninsula Sports Hiking - Half Day - Single Person

The Cape has spectacular sport climbing crags to visit with great routes for all abilities. Most of the Peninsula sport climbing is done on single-pitch routes but some venue such as Paarl Rock do offer multi-pitch sport routes.





There are excellent routes available for all levels and we will show you the best crags and ensure your safety.



We offer both half-day and full-day sport climbing options around the Cape Peninsula.



On the menu will be places like Silvermine Nature Reserve, Lakeside Pinnacle and historical Peers Cave.



On a half-day tour you will see only one crag but on a full-day tour we can visit two crags giving you more climbing options and allowing more sight-seeing.
R1915.00
-->
Vendor : Venture Forth Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 3 Peter Park, 31 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Stellenbosch mountain is one beautiful but long climb and people do underestimate the challenge! There are about 7 peaks before you get to the summit and each time you think you made it to the top... but guess what, there is another peak waiting for you!
Be spoiled with the most amazing 360 degree views. Each peak gives you a different perspective of the surrounded valleys and you able see as far as False Bay, Table Mountain and the Helderberg Mountain range.
Definitely a must for any adventure seeker in the area, go check it out!
Open
The Secret Adventurer


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN CAPE TOWN AND SURROUNDINGS.Custom adventures are tailor made to your requirements. Just let me know what you would like to experience in Cape Town.


The Secret Adventurer

Stellenbosch mountain is one beautiful but long climb and people do underestimate the challenge! There are about 7 peaks before you get to the summit and each time you think you made it to the top... but guess what, there is another peak waiting for you!
Be spoiled with the most amazing 360 degree views. Each peak gives you a different perspective of the surrounded valleys and you able see as far as False Bay, Table Mountain and the Helderberg Mountain range.
Definitely a must for any adventure seeker in the area, go check it out!
Vendor : The Secret Adventurer Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

01 Leeuwen Place, 73 leeuwen street , Bo-Kaap, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
We provide guided hikes up Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Chapman’s Peak and Suther Peak all of which offer their own uniquely beautiful and spectacular views of the Cape Peninsula. The hikes generally take 2 to 3 hours to go up and 1 to 2 hours to come down. They are all on well sought after trails. A moderate level of fitness is required. With your booking enquiry we can explain more on the different routes available.
R800.00
Open
CapeTownOutside


Cape Town Outside specialises in expert guided day trips in the city, on the Cape Peninsula, up the coast and into the mountains.


Cape Peninsula mountain summit hikes

We provide guided hikes up Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Chapman’s Peak and Suther Peak all of which offer their own uniquely beautiful and spectacular views of the Cape Peninsula. The hikes generally take 2 to 3 hours to go up and 1 to 2 hours to come down. They are all on well sought after trails. A moderate level of fitness is required. With your booking enquiry we can explain more on the different routes available.
R800.00
-->
Vendor : CapeTownOutside Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 18 Armour Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
DescriptionFrom a relatively easy (if a little steep) 2 hour ramble to more strenuous hikes, we have a trail to suit all abilities and fitness levels in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve. Wonderful views, beautiful Fynbos (the smallest and most diverse Floral Kingdom in the world) and endemic bird life are all waiting to be enjoyed.
Your experienced guide will show you the way, point out animal tracks in the soft sandy areas, give you a brief history of the valley, identify birds and flowers as they are seen and on cold days, a mid-way stop for coffee is always enjoyed. Plenty of photo ops of the valley spread out below you to be had, don’t forget your camera phone.

Inclusions
Permits for the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve.
Transport to the reserve can be arranged if required.

Exclusions
Items of a personal nature.

BringLight backpack
Drinking water preferably in a reusable water bottle.
Camera

What to WearHiking boots
Comfortable clothing
Sunhat
Sunscreen
Light wind or rain jacket for winter.

Location
Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve

Departure Point
From your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek or meet at the gate to the reserve at the top of the Franshchoek Pass.

Return Point
We return to the gate where your car is parked or we drop you off at your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek.
Open
Franschhoek Adventures


Franschhoek Adventures welcomes you to our beautiful and historical valley where outdoor fun and adventure awaits. Whether it's hiking in our mountains, riding bikes to our superb wine farms or taking a history walk through the back streets of the village


Guided Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve Hikes - Uitkyk Trail

DescriptionFrom a relatively easy (if a little steep) 2 hour ramble to more strenuous hikes, we have a trail to suit all abilities and fitness levels in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve. Wonderful views, beautiful Fynbos (the smallest and most diverse Floral Kingdom in the world) and endemic bird life are all waiting to be enjoyed.
Your experienced guide will show you the way, point out animal tracks in the soft sandy areas, give you a brief history of the valley, identify birds and flowers as they are seen and on cold days, a mid-way stop for coffee is always enjoyed. Plenty of photo ops of the valley spread out below you to be had, don’t forget your camera phone.

Inclusions
Permits for the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve.
Transport to the reserve can be arranged if required.

Exclusions
Items of a personal nature.

BringLight backpack
Drinking water preferably in a reusable water bottle.
Camera

What to WearHiking boots
Comfortable clothing
Sunhat
Sunscreen
Light wind or rain jacket for winter.

Location
Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve

Departure Point
From your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek or meet at the gate to the reserve at the top of the Franshchoek Pass.

Return Point
We return to the gate where your car is parked or we drop you off at your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek.
Vendor : Franschhoek Adventures Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 4 Fabriek Nationale, Fabriek Street, Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
DescriptionFrom a relatively easy (if a little steep) 2 hour ramble to more strenuous hikes, we have a trail to suit all abilities and fitness levels in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve. Wonderful views, beautiful Fynbos (the smallest and most diverse Floral Kingdom in the world) and endemic bird life are all waiting to be enjoyed.
Your experienced guide will show you the way, point out animal tracks in the soft sandy areas, give you a brief history of the valley, identify birds and flowers as they are seen and on cold days, a mid-way stop for coffee is always enjoyed. Plenty of photo ops of the valley spread out below you to be had, don’t forget your camera phone.

Inclusions
Permits for the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve.
Transport to the reserve can be arranged.

Exclusions
Items of a personal nature.

BringLight backpack
Drinking water preferably in a reusable water bottle.
Camera
FitnessRelatively fit hikers only.

What to Wear
Hiking boots
Comfortable clothing
Sunhat
Sunscreen
Light wind or rain jacket for winter.

Location
Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve

Departure PointFrom your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek or meet at the gate to the reserve at the top of the Franshchoek Pass.
Return PointWe return to the gate where your car is parked or we drop you off at your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek.
Open
Franschhoek Adventures


Franschhoek Adventures welcomes you to our beautiful and historical valley where outdoor fun and adventure awaits. Whether it's hiking in our mountains, riding bikes to our superb wine farms or taking a history walk through the back streets of the village


Guided Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve Hikes - Vista Trail

DescriptionFrom a relatively easy (if a little steep) 2 hour ramble to more strenuous hikes, we have a trail to suit all abilities and fitness levels in the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve. Wonderful views, beautiful Fynbos (the smallest and most diverse Floral Kingdom in the world) and endemic bird life are all waiting to be enjoyed.
Your experienced guide will show you the way, point out animal tracks in the soft sandy areas, give you a brief history of the valley, identify birds and flowers as they are seen and on cold days, a mid-way stop for coffee is always enjoyed. Plenty of photo ops of the valley spread out below you to be had, don’t forget your camera phone.

Inclusions
Permits for the Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve.
Transport to the reserve can be arranged.

Exclusions
Items of a personal nature.

BringLight backpack
Drinking water preferably in a reusable water bottle.
Camera
FitnessRelatively fit hikers only.

What to Wear
Hiking boots
Comfortable clothing
Sunhat
Sunscreen
Light wind or rain jacket for winter.

Location
Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve

Departure PointFrom your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek or meet at the gate to the reserve at the top of the Franshchoek Pass.
Return PointWe return to the gate where your car is parked or we drop you off at your accommodation establishment in Franschhoek.
Vendor : Franschhoek Adventures Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Unit 4 Fabriek Nationale, Fabriek Street, Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Possibly the most Googled Hiking Route on Table Mountain, the India Venster hike tackles Table Mountain front (North) face starting from Table Mountain Aerial Cable Station. A 3-4 hour hiking route suitable for any averagely fit person not to afraid of heights - there are some exposed sections mid-height which require elementary rock-scrambling / climbing and is ideal for a guided hike on Table Mountain for this reason. Come hike India Venster with us!

Not your average hike! The hike is a varied offering of steep, even scrambling sections as well as some winding almost flat sections. India Venster starts up the North Face of Table Mountain and weaves through the rockbands to a point 100m directly below the upper Cable Station. At this point the path darts around onto the West face and traverses the length of Fountain Ledge overlooking Camps bay and from there joins the final section of Platteklip Gorge up the last section to the summit.



We have daily hikes leaving shortly after sunrise to avoid the sun-baked slopes which catch the sun an hour or two after sunrise due to their Northern aspect - by this time we aim to be deep in the gully and still in shadow. If the cable car is running, we take the 5min ride down, however it is important to be prepared to walk back down in the even that the car is closed due to strong winds.



Grade: 2

Ease: Easy-Moderate

Exposure: **

Duration: 3-4 hours



Student Discount: Ask Us

Open
Vertigo Adventures


Guided Rock Climbing and Hiking is our trademark speciality. Table Mountain Climbing is a very unique experience with breathtaking views and solid rock. Suitable for complete beginners and experienced people alike.


India Venster hike

Possibly the most Googled Hiking Route on Table Mountain, the India Venster hike tackles Table Mountain front (North) face starting from Table Mountain Aerial Cable Station. A 3-4 hour hiking route suitable for any averagely fit person not to afraid of heights - there are some exposed sections mid-height which require elementary rock-scrambling / climbing and is ideal for a guided hike on Table Mountain for this reason. Come hike India Venster with us!

Not your average hike! The hike is a varied offering of steep, even scrambling sections as well as some winding almost flat sections. India Venster starts up the North Face of Table Mountain and weaves through the rockbands to a point 100m directly below the upper Cable Station. At this point the path darts around onto the West face and traverses the length of Fountain Ledge overlooking Camps bay and from there joins the final section of Platteklip Gorge up the last section to the summit.



We have daily hikes leaving shortly after sunrise to avoid the sun-baked slopes which catch the sun an hour or two after sunrise due to their Northern aspect - by this time we aim to be deep in the gully and still in shadow. If the cable car is running, we take the 5min ride down, however it is important to be prepared to walk back down in the even that the car is closed due to strong winds.



Grade: 2

Ease: Easy-Moderate

Exposure: **

Duration: 3-4 hours



Student Discount: Ask Us

Vendor : Vertigo Adventures Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Island Park, Unit 11 18 Auckland st Paarden Eilan, Paardeneiland , Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
The oldest, easiest hike up the centre cleft of Table Mountain North face. The hike follows a steep but well maintained foot path and crests the table-top midway between the cable car and McClears Beacon - the highest point on Table Mountain.

Guided Hiking on the oldest, easiest hike on Table Mountain. The route follows the centre cleft of Table Mountain North face ascending a steep but well maintained foot path and crests the table-top midway between the cable car and McClears Beacon - the highest point on Table Mountain. Hikes are graded for their technical difficulty and the grade is not necessarily an indication of how exposed or strenuous they are. Each hike does carry an indication for it's suitability level - easy | moderate | strenuous as well as an exposure rating out of three.

We have daily hikes leaving shortly after sunrise to avoid the sun-baked slopes which catch the sun an hour or two after sunrise due to their Northern aspect - by this time we aim to be deep in the gully and still in shadow. If the cable car is running, we take the 5min ride down, however it is important to be prepared to walk back down in the even that the car is closed due to strong winds.
Open
Vertigo Adventures


Guided Rock Climbing and Hiking is our trademark speciality. Table Mountain Climbing is a very unique experience with breathtaking views and solid rock. Suitable for complete beginners and experienced people alike.


Platteklip Gorge Hike

The oldest, easiest hike up the centre cleft of Table Mountain North face. The hike follows a steep but well maintained foot path and crests the table-top midway between the cable car and McClears Beacon - the highest point on Table Mountain.

Guided Hiking on the oldest, easiest hike on Table Mountain. The route follows the centre cleft of Table Mountain North face ascending a steep but well maintained foot path and crests the table-top midway between the cable car and McClears Beacon - the highest point on Table Mountain. Hikes are graded for their technical difficulty and the grade is not necessarily an indication of how exposed or strenuous they are. Each hike does carry an indication for it's suitability level - easy | moderate | strenuous as well as an exposure rating out of three.

We have daily hikes leaving shortly after sunrise to avoid the sun-baked slopes which catch the sun an hour or two after sunrise due to their Northern aspect - by this time we aim to be deep in the gully and still in shadow. If the cable car is running, we take the 5min ride down, however it is important to be prepared to walk back down in the even that the car is closed due to strong winds.
Vendor : Vertigo Adventures Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

Island Park, Unit 11 18 Auckland st Paarden Eilan, Paardeneiland , Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
There is a choice of 10 different hikes ranging from 1 – 6 hours.

A favorite is a circular route starting at 850m and peaking at 1575m. The views are absolutely spectacular of the Franschhoek, Breede & Elandskloof Valleys. There are even rock pools along the way to take a dip. This is a moderate 5 hour hike.

Price includes:

Transport to and from your accommodation within the City Bowl and immediate surrounds;
Services of your qualified experienced mountain guide;
Water & Snacks on the hike
Price excludes:

Optional picnic lunch on request @ R200 pp
Entrance permit to the Franschhoek Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve (R50.00 pp)


Capey Tours

Pre Departure Info

Important notes

This trip departs early in the morning on day 1 and it is strongly recommended that you arrive at least one day prior.
This trip is a combination of short break Adventures and you will be joined by your local tour guide
Prices are based on double/twin/family share and a compulsory single supplement applies for solo traveler’s. See Important notes for more details.
A departure airport transfer is included on Day 1 of this short break adventure. Please ensure your arrival and departure flight details are provided to your at least 7 days prior to your departure.
Group size

Maximum of 18 travelers per group
Your fellow traveler’s

This trip is operated in "Join-In" basis and you may travel alongside other Capey Tours or non-Capey Tours traveler’s during included activities.

Please note many of our Short Break Adventures operate with a minimum of 2 people, so there may be instances where there are only 2 people on the trip.

Accommodation

Hotel / Guesthouse / Backpackers depending on your choice

Meals & Drinks

As per the itinerary. Drinks are for your own account

Money Matters

SOUTH AFRICA

The official currency of South Africa is the Rand (ZAR). The best way to manage your money in Africa is a mixture of cash and an ATM card (best to have both Visa and MasterCard).

Cash

Cash is easily changed at exchange bureaus and they generally offer the best rates. ***PLEASE NOTE: MANY BUSINESSES AND BANKS IN AFRICA DO NOT ACCEPT US DOLLAR NOTES OLDER THAN 2006. IF YOU ARE BRINGING USD, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND LARGE BILLS IN GOOD CONDITION, 2006 SERIES ONWARDS ONLY. ANY OLD OR DAMAGED NOTES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED. ***

The South African Rand can also be used widely in countries of Southern Africa. When changing money, only use reputable authorized money exchange vendors and never anyone on the street. There are many instances of traveler’s being given counterfeit notes or being tricked when money is being counted out.

Visa & Master Card

With ATMs being increasingly available in the many major towns and cities and even some campsites, credit or debit cards are a convenient way to access money. Throughout Africa, cards with the Visa logo are most readily recognized, although MasterCard is also accepted in most places. A charge is made for each international transaction - please check with your bank how much this fee will be. Check with your bank before leaving home that your card can be used as a debit card in Africa. You may also want to notify your bank that you are visiting Africa as it's not unknown for banks to freeze cards which show sudden transactions in other countries. At “A Team Tours” we are serious about your safety and strongly advise that you follow the following rules when drawing cash at an ATM:

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even
When it comes to money matters on the trip, every traveler is a little different. You know your spending habits better than we do, so please budget a sensible amount for things like meals not included, drinks, shopping, optional activities and laundry. It's always better to bring a little more than you think you'll need.

Also make sure you've read your trip details thoroughly so you know what's included in the trip price and what isn't. This should make budgeting a little easier. You'll find this info in the Inclusions section of your Essential Trip Information (that's this document).

Emergency Funds

Please also make sure you have access to an additional US$500, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster, civil unrest, strike action or an outbreak of bird flu) necessitate a change to our planned route.

Joining Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road

Tamboerskloof

Cape Town

SOUTH AFRICA

Phone: 27 (21)4261101

Finish Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road Tamboerskloof Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA Phone: 27 (21)4261101
Joining/Finish point description

The Cape Milner is a sophisticated, comfortable hotel in the Tamboerskloof region of central Cape Town. All rooms have a refined, contemporary decor, en suite bathrooms and fabulous views of Table Mountain. Tea and coffee making facilities are included as is Wi-Fi and flat screen TV's. The hotel facilities include an elegant dining room, outdoor pool, glass-roofed bar, a small gym and many lounge areas.

Joining/Finishing Point Instructions

If you have pre-booked a departure transfer, please inform your leader and they will notify you of your departure transfer time. If you are making your own way to the airport the hotel will be able to help book you an airport shuttle or taxi. Please ask at reception.

Emergency Contact

In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, A Team Tours representatives can be reached on +27 810188912 (24/7). For general enquiries or questions about your booking, please visit us at www.capeytours.co.za/contact-us While we always endeavor to provide the best possible holiday experience, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with your group leader or our local representative straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip. We recognize that there may be times when your group tour leader/guide may not be able to resolve a situation to your satisfaction - if this is the case, please ask the leader to speak to their direct manager? You may also choose to provide details in your online feedback, which we ask you to complete within 30 days of the end of your trip. But we do ask you to be aware that it is very difficult for us to provide any practical help after the trip is complete.
Visas

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your nationality. Your consultant will also be happy to point you in the right direction with acquiring visas. Visas can take several weeks to process, so familiarize yourself with any requirements as soon as you have booked your trip to allow for processing time.

SOUTH AFRICA:

Australia: No visa required Belgium: No visa required Canada: No visa required Germany: No visa required Ireland: No visa required Netherlands: No visa required New Zealand: No visa required Switzerland: No visa required United Kingdom: No visa required USA: No visa required
Citizens of the above countries do not need visas to visit South Africa as a tourist for up to three months. Citizens of all countries should check with the relevant consulates as to whether a visa is required.

Entry Requirements - Passports

Please note that non-machine readable passports are no longer accepted by South African immigration. All visitors to South Africa must have a machine readable travel document (e-passport). Failure to present an e-passport will result in denied entry. Passengers with a valid visa issued in a non-machine readable passport will be handled on a case by case basis, but a fine will still be applicable.

Entry Requirements - Travelling with Children

A new immigration regulation came into effect on 1st October 2014, whereby parents will need to produce an original unabridged birth certificate if they are travelling with children. The new regulation has been put in place to protect children from being abducted, kidnapped and preventing child trafficking. The Department of Home Affairs has urged all parents to apply for unabridged certificates for their children. Additionally, further documentation including permission to travel, may be required if only one parent is travelling. These are requirements of the immigration regulation 6 (12)(a) for parents travelling with children. So just to be on the safe side, more information can be found here: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/civic-services/traveling-with-children

We recommend traveler’s check requirements before travel as they can change.

What to Take

What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the tour you have chosen and when you are travelling. Generally speaking, you should pack as lightly as possible.

Most traveler’s carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly. Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps. You'll also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera etc. for day trips.

Water Bottle

Consider bringing your own water bottle to refill along the way. We recommend at least a 1.5litre capacity. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. A large proportion end up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments.

Health

All Capey Tours traveler’s need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. When selecting your trip please make sure you have read through the itinerary carefully and assess your ability to cope with our style of travel. Please note that if, in the opinion of our group leader or local guide, any traveler is unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group, Capey Tours reserves the right to exclude them from all or part of a trip without refund.

You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information or for any necessary vaccinations and anti-malarial requirements before departure. We recommend that you carry a first aid kit as well as any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses) as they may not easily be obtained at the locations on this trip. For legal reasons our leaders and guides are prohibited from administering any type of drugs including headache tablets and antibiotics. Please ensure that you are adequately prepared.

Yellow Fever

A valid international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever is required in many countries. You may need to present this on arrival at the airport or border crossing. Some countries will refuse entry if you are unable to present your certificate. It's also quite common for your home country to request a Yellow Fever certificate on your arrival back home.

It is your responsibility to check with your doctor well in advance of leaving home about the Yellow Fever requirements for the countries you'll be visiting.

Travel Insurance

span style="font-size: 14pt;">Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

When travelling on a trip, you won't be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24-hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader.

If you have credit card insurance your group leader will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank's name and credit card details. Please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country.

A Couple Of Rules

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana and opium is a part of local culture in some parts of the world but is not acceptable for Capey Tours traveler’s. Capey Tours philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter and in particular, the local people who make our destinations such special places. The exploitation of prostitutes is completely contrary to this philosophy. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Capey Tours, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately, please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

Responsible Travel

We believe strongly in low impact or rather positive impact tourism. Broadly speaking this means that we try to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the local cultures and environments that we visit and highlight the positive aspects.

Safety

At Capey Tours we take your safety very seriously. Like any other country in the world, South Africa also has “hotspots” where it’s not safe to go. In order to keep you safe at all times, we have listed a few pointers below that will go a long way in ensuring your safety in various situations:

ATM’s

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even someone who looks like a security guard. If your card should get stuck or be “swallowed” by the machine, stay there and send you companion to look for help or phone the number on the machine
In the Car
Plan your route in advance
Keep your car doors locked at all times and windows closed
Lock valuable items in the boot
At night, park in well-lit areas
Never pick up strangers or hitch-hikers
If in any doubt about the safety of an area, phone a police station for advice
At the Hotel
Never leave your luggage unattended
Store valuables in the hotel’s safe-deposit box
Keep your room locked, whether you’re in it or not
If someone knocks, check who it is first before opening the door
Hand the keys in at reception whenever you leave the hotel

In the Street

Avoid ostentatious displays of expensive jewelry, cameras and other valuables
Don’t carry large sums of money around
At night, steer clear of dark, isolated areas
It’s better to explore in groups and stick to well-lit, busy streets
A policeman or traffic officer will be glad to direct you if you get lost
If you want to call a taxi, your hotel or the nearest tourist information office will recommend a reliable service
Feedback

After your travels, we want to hear from you! We rely on your feedback. We read it carefully. Feedback helps us understand what we are doing well and what we could be doing better. It allows us to make improvements for future traveler’s.

www.capeytours.co.za

We trust you enjoyed your adventure and look forward to seeing you return ASAP!

“Capey Tours”
Capeytours


Our private guided and custom tours are ideal for independent travel groups. Let us design your ideal holiday, including as much or as little as you require. Our tours are perfect for groups of friends, special celebrations, reunions


Franschhoek Circular Full Day Hike

There is a choice of 10 different hikes ranging from 1 – 6 hours.

A favorite is a circular route starting at 850m and peaking at 1575m. The views are absolutely spectacular of the Franschhoek, Breede & Elandskloof Valleys. There are even rock pools along the way to take a dip. This is a moderate 5 hour hike.

Price includes:

Transport to and from your accommodation within the City Bowl and immediate surrounds;
Services of your qualified experienced mountain guide;
Water & Snacks on the hike
Price excludes:

Optional picnic lunch on request @ R200 pp
Entrance permit to the Franschhoek Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve (R50.00 pp)


Capey Tours

Pre Departure Info

Important notes

This trip departs early in the morning on day 1 and it is strongly recommended that you arrive at least one day prior.
This trip is a combination of short break Adventures and you will be joined by your local tour guide
Prices are based on double/twin/family share and a compulsory single supplement applies for solo traveler’s. See Important notes for more details.
A departure airport transfer is included on Day 1 of this short break adventure. Please ensure your arrival and departure flight details are provided to your at least 7 days prior to your departure.
Group size

Maximum of 18 travelers per group
Your fellow traveler’s

This trip is operated in "Join-In" basis and you may travel alongside other Capey Tours or non-Capey Tours traveler’s during included activities.

Please note many of our Short Break Adventures operate with a minimum of 2 people, so there may be instances where there are only 2 people on the trip.

Accommodation

Hotel / Guesthouse / Backpackers depending on your choice

Meals & Drinks

As per the itinerary. Drinks are for your own account

Money Matters

SOUTH AFRICA

The official currency of South Africa is the Rand (ZAR). The best way to manage your money in Africa is a mixture of cash and an ATM card (best to have both Visa and MasterCard).

Cash

Cash is easily changed at exchange bureaus and they generally offer the best rates. ***PLEASE NOTE: MANY BUSINESSES AND BANKS IN AFRICA DO NOT ACCEPT US DOLLAR NOTES OLDER THAN 2006. IF YOU ARE BRINGING USD, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND LARGE BILLS IN GOOD CONDITION, 2006 SERIES ONWARDS ONLY. ANY OLD OR DAMAGED NOTES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED. ***

The South African Rand can also be used widely in countries of Southern Africa. When changing money, only use reputable authorized money exchange vendors and never anyone on the street. There are many instances of traveler’s being given counterfeit notes or being tricked when money is being counted out.

Visa & Master Card

With ATMs being increasingly available in the many major towns and cities and even some campsites, credit or debit cards are a convenient way to access money. Throughout Africa, cards with the Visa logo are most readily recognized, although MasterCard is also accepted in most places. A charge is made for each international transaction - please check with your bank how much this fee will be. Check with your bank before leaving home that your card can be used as a debit card in Africa. You may also want to notify your bank that you are visiting Africa as it's not unknown for banks to freeze cards which show sudden transactions in other countries. At “A Team Tours” we are serious about your safety and strongly advise that you follow the following rules when drawing cash at an ATM:

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even
When it comes to money matters on the trip, every traveler is a little different. You know your spending habits better than we do, so please budget a sensible amount for things like meals not included, drinks, shopping, optional activities and laundry. It's always better to bring a little more than you think you'll need.

Also make sure you've read your trip details thoroughly so you know what's included in the trip price and what isn't. This should make budgeting a little easier. You'll find this info in the Inclusions section of your Essential Trip Information (that's this document).

Emergency Funds

Please also make sure you have access to an additional US$500, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster, civil unrest, strike action or an outbreak of bird flu) necessitate a change to our planned route.

Joining Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road

Tamboerskloof

Cape Town

SOUTH AFRICA

Phone: 27 (21)4261101

Finish Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road Tamboerskloof Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA Phone: 27 (21)4261101
Joining/Finish point description

The Cape Milner is a sophisticated, comfortable hotel in the Tamboerskloof region of central Cape Town. All rooms have a refined, contemporary decor, en suite bathrooms and fabulous views of Table Mountain. Tea and coffee making facilities are included as is Wi-Fi and flat screen TV's. The hotel facilities include an elegant dining room, outdoor pool, glass-roofed bar, a small gym and many lounge areas.

Joining/Finishing Point Instructions

If you have pre-booked a departure transfer, please inform your leader and they will notify you of your departure transfer time. If you are making your own way to the airport the hotel will be able to help book you an airport shuttle or taxi. Please ask at reception.

Emergency Contact

In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, A Team Tours representatives can be reached on +27 810188912 (24/7). For general enquiries or questions about your booking, please visit us at www.capeytours.co.za/contact-us While we always endeavor to provide the best possible holiday experience, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with your group leader or our local representative straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip. We recognize that there may be times when your group tour leader/guide may not be able to resolve a situation to your satisfaction - if this is the case, please ask the leader to speak to their direct manager? You may also choose to provide details in your online feedback, which we ask you to complete within 30 days of the end of your trip. But we do ask you to be aware that it is very difficult for us to provide any practical help after the trip is complete.
Visas

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your nationality. Your consultant will also be happy to point you in the right direction with acquiring visas. Visas can take several weeks to process, so familiarize yourself with any requirements as soon as you have booked your trip to allow for processing time.

SOUTH AFRICA:

Australia: No visa required Belgium: No visa required Canada: No visa required Germany: No visa required Ireland: No visa required Netherlands: No visa required New Zealand: No visa required Switzerland: No visa required United Kingdom: No visa required USA: No visa required
Citizens of the above countries do not need visas to visit South Africa as a tourist for up to three months. Citizens of all countries should check with the relevant consulates as to whether a visa is required.

Entry Requirements - Passports

Please note that non-machine readable passports are no longer accepted by South African immigration. All visitors to South Africa must have a machine readable travel document (e-passport). Failure to present an e-passport will result in denied entry. Passengers with a valid visa issued in a non-machine readable passport will be handled on a case by case basis, but a fine will still be applicable.

Entry Requirements - Travelling with Children

A new immigration regulation came into effect on 1st October 2014, whereby parents will need to produce an original unabridged birth certificate if they are travelling with children. The new regulation has been put in place to protect children from being abducted, kidnapped and preventing child trafficking. The Department of Home Affairs has urged all parents to apply for unabridged certificates for their children. Additionally, further documentation including permission to travel, may be required if only one parent is travelling. These are requirements of the immigration regulation 6 (12)(a) for parents travelling with children. So just to be on the safe side, more information can be found here: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/civic-services/traveling-with-children

We recommend traveler’s check requirements before travel as they can change.

What to Take

What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the tour you have chosen and when you are travelling. Generally speaking, you should pack as lightly as possible.

Most traveler’s carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly. Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps. You'll also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera etc. for day trips.

Water Bottle

Consider bringing your own water bottle to refill along the way. We recommend at least a 1.5litre capacity. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. A large proportion end up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments.

Health

All Capey Tours traveler’s need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. When selecting your trip please make sure you have read through the itinerary carefully and assess your ability to cope with our style of travel. Please note that if, in the opinion of our group leader or local guide, any traveler is unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group, Capey Tours reserves the right to exclude them from all or part of a trip without refund.

You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information or for any necessary vaccinations and anti-malarial requirements before departure. We recommend that you carry a first aid kit as well as any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses) as they may not easily be obtained at the locations on this trip. For legal reasons our leaders and guides are prohibited from administering any type of drugs including headache tablets and antibiotics. Please ensure that you are adequately prepared.

Yellow Fever

A valid international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever is required in many countries. You may need to present this on arrival at the airport or border crossing. Some countries will refuse entry if you are unable to present your certificate. It's also quite common for your home country to request a Yellow Fever certificate on your arrival back home.

It is your responsibility to check with your doctor well in advance of leaving home about the Yellow Fever requirements for the countries you'll be visiting.

Travel Insurance

span style="font-size: 14pt;">Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

When travelling on a trip, you won't be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24-hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader.

If you have credit card insurance your group leader will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank's name and credit card details. Please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country.

A Couple Of Rules

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana and opium is a part of local culture in some parts of the world but is not acceptable for Capey Tours traveler’s. Capey Tours philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter and in particular, the local people who make our destinations such special places. The exploitation of prostitutes is completely contrary to this philosophy. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Capey Tours, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately, please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

Responsible Travel

We believe strongly in low impact or rather positive impact tourism. Broadly speaking this means that we try to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the local cultures and environments that we visit and highlight the positive aspects.

Safety

At Capey Tours we take your safety very seriously. Like any other country in the world, South Africa also has “hotspots” where it’s not safe to go. In order to keep you safe at all times, we have listed a few pointers below that will go a long way in ensuring your safety in various situations:

ATM’s

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even someone who looks like a security guard. If your card should get stuck or be “swallowed” by the machine, stay there and send you companion to look for help or phone the number on the machine
In the Car
Plan your route in advance
Keep your car doors locked at all times and windows closed
Lock valuable items in the boot
At night, park in well-lit areas
Never pick up strangers or hitch-hikers
If in any doubt about the safety of an area, phone a police station for advice
At the Hotel
Never leave your luggage unattended
Store valuables in the hotel’s safe-deposit box
Keep your room locked, whether you’re in it or not
If someone knocks, check who it is first before opening the door
Hand the keys in at reception whenever you leave the hotel

In the Street

Avoid ostentatious displays of expensive jewelry, cameras and other valuables
Don’t carry large sums of money around
At night, steer clear of dark, isolated areas
It’s better to explore in groups and stick to well-lit, busy streets
A policeman or traffic officer will be glad to direct you if you get lost
If you want to call a taxi, your hotel or the nearest tourist information office will recommend a reliable service
Feedback

After your travels, we want to hear from you! We rely on your feedback. We read it carefully. Feedback helps us understand what we are doing well and what we could be doing better. It allows us to make improvements for future traveler’s.

www.capeytours.co.za

We trust you enjoyed your adventure and look forward to seeing you return ASAP!

“Capey Tours”
Vendor : Capeytours

, 11 Derbyshire Cres Kirstenhof, Kirstenhof, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
There are a few different trails to choose from ranging in difficulty and length. Below are 3 of them:

Tweede Waterval Trail

The Tweede Waterval Trail is an easy out-and-return walk offering fantastic vistas. The 6.5 km trail leads through sections of longstanding forest near the river and into a ravine. There is a shorter 5.3 km option.

Duration: 2 – 3 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 6.4 km

Panorama Hiking Trail Jonkershoek

The 17 km Panorama Trail in Jonkershoek Nature Reserve is graded moderate to strenuous but the effort is worthwhile for the views alone. Stunning panoramas over the entire Jonkershoek valley and rich mountain fynbos make this a very popular trail.

Duration: 8 hours
Difficulty: Tough
Distance: 17 km

Swartboskloof to Sosyskloof

The Swartboskloof Sosyskloof 6.9 km walk is an easy trail through segments of an old forest.

Duration: 2 – 3 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 6.9 km

Price:

1 person – R2,800

2 + people – R1,550 pp

Price includes:

Transport to and from your accommodation within the City Bowl & immediate surrounds; or from Stellenbosch town.
Services of your qualified, experienced mountain guide
Water & Snacks on the hike
Price excludes:

Entrance permit to Jonkershoek Nature Reserve (R40.00 pp)
Optional picnic lunch on request @ R200 pp


Capey Tours

Pre Departure Info

Important notes

This trip departs early in the morning on day 1 and it is strongly recommended that you arrive at least one day prior.
This trip is a combination of short break Adventures and you will be joined by your local tour guide
Prices are based on double/twin/family share and a compulsory single supplement applies for solo traveler’s. See Important notes for more details.
A departure airport transfer is included on Day 1 of this short break adventure. Please ensure your arrival and departure flight details are provided to your at least 7 days prior to your departure.
Group size

Maximum of 18 travelers per group
Your fellow traveler’s

This trip is operated in "Join-In" basis and you may travel alongside other Capey Tours or non-Capey Tours traveler’s during included activities.

Please note many of our Short Break Adventures operate with a minimum of 2 people, so there may be instances where there are only 2 people on the trip.

Accommodation

Hotel / Guesthouse / Backpackers depending on your choice

Meals & Drinks

As per the itinerary. Drinks are for your own account

Money Matters

SOUTH AFRICA

The official currency of South Africa is the Rand (ZAR). The best way to manage your money in Africa is a mixture of cash and an ATM card (best to have both Visa and MasterCard).

Cash

Cash is easily changed at exchange bureaus and they generally offer the best rates. ***PLEASE NOTE: MANY BUSINESSES AND BANKS IN AFRICA DO NOT ACCEPT US DOLLAR NOTES OLDER THAN 2006. IF YOU ARE BRINGING USD, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND LARGE BILLS IN GOOD CONDITION, 2006 SERIES ONWARDS ONLY. ANY OLD OR DAMAGED NOTES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED. ***

The South African Rand can also be used widely in countries of Southern Africa. When changing money, only use reputable authorized money exchange vendors and never anyone on the street. There are many instances of traveler’s being given counterfeit notes or being tricked when money is being counted out.

Visa & Master Card

With ATMs being increasingly available in the many major towns and cities and even some campsites, credit or debit cards are a convenient way to access money. Throughout Africa, cards with the Visa logo are most readily recognized, although MasterCard is also accepted in most places. A charge is made for each international transaction - please check with your bank how much this fee will be. Check with your bank before leaving home that your card can be used as a debit card in Africa. You may also want to notify your bank that you are visiting Africa as it's not unknown for banks to freeze cards which show sudden transactions in other countries. At “A Team Tours” we are serious about your safety and strongly advise that you follow the following rules when drawing cash at an ATM:

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even
When it comes to money matters on the trip, every traveler is a little different. You know your spending habits better than we do, so please budget a sensible amount for things like meals not included, drinks, shopping, optional activities and laundry. It's always better to bring a little more than you think you'll need.

Also make sure you've read your trip details thoroughly so you know what's included in the trip price and what isn't. This should make budgeting a little easier. You'll find this info in the Inclusions section of your Essential Trip Information (that's this document).

Emergency Funds

Please also make sure you have access to an additional US$500, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster, civil unrest, strike action or an outbreak of bird flu) necessitate a change to our planned route.

Joining Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road

Tamboerskloof

Cape Town

SOUTH AFRICA

Phone: 27 (21)4261101

Finish Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road Tamboerskloof Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA Phone: 27 (21)4261101
Joining/Finish point description

The Cape Milner is a sophisticated, comfortable hotel in the Tamboerskloof region of central Cape Town. All rooms have a refined, contemporary decor, en suite bathrooms and fabulous views of Table Mountain. Tea and coffee making facilities are included as is Wi-Fi and flat screen TV's. The hotel facilities include an elegant dining room, outdoor pool, glass-roofed bar, a small gym and many lounge areas.

Joining/Finishing Point Instructions

If you have pre-booked a departure transfer, please inform your leader and they will notify you of your departure transfer time. If you are making your own way to the airport the hotel will be able to help book you an airport shuttle or taxi. Please ask at reception.

Emergency Contact

In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, A Team Tours representatives can be reached on +27 810188912 (24/7). For general enquiries or questions about your booking, please visit us at www.capeytours.co.za/contact-us While we always endeavor to provide the best possible holiday experience, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with your group leader or our local representative straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip. We recognize that there may be times when your group tour leader/guide may not be able to resolve a situation to your satisfaction - if this is the case, please ask the leader to speak to their direct manager? You may also choose to provide details in your online feedback, which we ask you to complete within 30 days of the end of your trip. But we do ask you to be aware that it is very difficult for us to provide any practical help after the trip is complete.
Visas

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your nationality. Your consultant will also be happy to point you in the right direction with acquiring visas. Visas can take several weeks to process, so familiarize yourself with any requirements as soon as you have booked your trip to allow for processing time.

SOUTH AFRICA:

Australia: No visa required Belgium: No visa required Canada: No visa required Germany: No visa required Ireland: No visa required Netherlands: No visa required New Zealand: No visa required Switzerland: No visa required United Kingdom: No visa required USA: No visa required
Citizens of the above countries do not need visas to visit South Africa as a tourist for up to three months. Citizens of all countries should check with the relevant consulates as to whether a visa is required.

Entry Requirements - Passports

Please note that non-machine readable passports are no longer accepted by South African immigration. All visitors to South Africa must have a machine readable travel document (e-passport). Failure to present an e-passport will result in denied entry. Passengers with a valid visa issued in a non-machine readable passport will be handled on a case by case basis, but a fine will still be applicable.

Entry Requirements - Travelling with Children

A new immigration regulation came into effect on 1st October 2014, whereby parents will need to produce an original unabridged birth certificate if they are travelling with children. The new regulation has been put in place to protect children from being abducted, kidnapped and preventing child trafficking. The Department of Home Affairs has urged all parents to apply for unabridged certificates for their children. Additionally, further documentation including permission to travel, may be required if only one parent is travelling. These are requirements of the immigration regulation 6 (12)(a) for parents travelling with children. So just to be on the safe side, more information can be found here: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/civic-services/traveling-with-children

We recommend traveler’s check requirements before travel as they can change.

What to Take

What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the tour you have chosen and when you are travelling. Generally speaking, you should pack as lightly as possible.

Most traveler’s carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly. Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps. You'll also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera etc. for day trips.

Water Bottle

Consider bringing your own water bottle to refill along the way. We recommend at least a 1.5litre capacity. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. A large proportion end up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments.

Health

All Capey Tours traveler’s need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. When selecting your trip please make sure you have read through the itinerary carefully and assess your ability to cope with our style of travel. Please note that if, in the opinion of our group leader or local guide, any traveler is unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group, Capey Tours reserves the right to exclude them from all or part of a trip without refund.

You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information or for any necessary vaccinations and anti-malarial requirements before departure. We recommend that you carry a first aid kit as well as any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses) as they may not easily be obtained at the locations on this trip. For legal reasons our leaders and guides are prohibited from administering any type of drugs including headache tablets and antibiotics. Please ensure that you are adequately prepared.

Yellow Fever

A valid international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever is required in many countries. You may need to present this on arrival at the airport or border crossing. Some countries will refuse entry if you are unable to present your certificate. It's also quite common for your home country to request a Yellow Fever certificate on your arrival back home.

It is your responsibility to check with your doctor well in advance of leaving home about the Yellow Fever requirements for the countries you'll be visiting.

Travel Insurance

span style="font-size: 14pt;">Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

When travelling on a trip, you won't be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24-hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader.

If you have credit card insurance your group leader will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank's name and credit card details. Please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country.

A Couple Of Rules

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana and opium is a part of local culture in some parts of the world but is not acceptable for Capey Tours traveler’s. Capey Tours philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter and in particular, the local people who make our destinations such special places. The exploitation of prostitutes is completely contrary to this philosophy. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Capey Tours, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately, please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

Responsible Travel

We believe strongly in low impact or rather positive impact tourism. Broadly speaking this means that we try to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the local cultures and environments that we visit and highlight the positive aspects.

Safety

At Capey Tours we take your safety very seriously. Like any other country in the world, South Africa also has “hotspots” where it’s not safe to go. In order to keep you safe at all times, we have listed a few pointers below that will go a long way in ensuring your safety in various situations:

ATM’s

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even someone who looks like a security guard. If your card should get stuck or be “swallowed” by the machine, stay there and send you companion to look for help or phone the number on the machine
In the Car
Plan your route in advance
Keep your car doors locked at all times and windows closed
Lock valuable items in the boot
At night, park in well-lit areas
Never pick up strangers or hitch-hikers
If in any doubt about the safety of an area, phone a police station for advice
At the Hotel
Never leave your luggage unattended
Store valuables in the hotel’s safe-deposit box
Keep your room locked, whether you’re in it or not
If someone knocks, check who it is first before opening the door
Hand the keys in at reception whenever you leave the hotel

In the Street

Avoid ostentatious displays of expensive jewelry, cameras and other valuables
Don’t carry large sums of money around
At night, steer clear of dark, isolated areas
It’s better to explore in groups and stick to well-lit, busy streets
A policeman or traffic officer will be glad to direct you if you get lost
If you want to call a taxi, your hotel or the nearest tourist information office will recommend a reliable service
Feedback

After your travels, we want to hear from you! We rely on your feedback. We read it carefully. Feedback helps us understand what we are doing well and what we could be doing better. It allows us to make improvements for future traveler’s.

www.capeytours.co.za

We trust you enjoyed your adventure and look forward to seeing you return ASAP!

“Capey Tours”
Capeytours


Our private guided and custom tours are ideal for independent travel groups. Let us design your ideal holiday, including as much or as little as you require. Our tours are perfect for groups of friends, special celebrations, reunions


Stellenbosch Full day Hikes

There are a few different trails to choose from ranging in difficulty and length. Below are 3 of them:

Tweede Waterval Trail

The Tweede Waterval Trail is an easy out-and-return walk offering fantastic vistas. The 6.5 km trail leads through sections of longstanding forest near the river and into a ravine. There is a shorter 5.3 km option.

Duration: 2 – 3 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 6.4 km

Panorama Hiking Trail Jonkershoek

The 17 km Panorama Trail in Jonkershoek Nature Reserve is graded moderate to strenuous but the effort is worthwhile for the views alone. Stunning panoramas over the entire Jonkershoek valley and rich mountain fynbos make this a very popular trail.

Duration: 8 hours
Difficulty: Tough
Distance: 17 km

Swartboskloof to Sosyskloof

The Swartboskloof Sosyskloof 6.9 km walk is an easy trail through segments of an old forest.

Duration: 2 – 3 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 6.9 km

Price:

1 person – R2,800

2 + people – R1,550 pp

Price includes:

Transport to and from your accommodation within the City Bowl & immediate surrounds; or from Stellenbosch town.
Services of your qualified, experienced mountain guide
Water & Snacks on the hike
Price excludes:

Entrance permit to Jonkershoek Nature Reserve (R40.00 pp)
Optional picnic lunch on request @ R200 pp


Capey Tours

Pre Departure Info

Important notes

This trip departs early in the morning on day 1 and it is strongly recommended that you arrive at least one day prior.
This trip is a combination of short break Adventures and you will be joined by your local tour guide
Prices are based on double/twin/family share and a compulsory single supplement applies for solo traveler’s. See Important notes for more details.
A departure airport transfer is included on Day 1 of this short break adventure. Please ensure your arrival and departure flight details are provided to your at least 7 days prior to your departure.
Group size

Maximum of 18 travelers per group
Your fellow traveler’s

This trip is operated in "Join-In" basis and you may travel alongside other Capey Tours or non-Capey Tours traveler’s during included activities.

Please note many of our Short Break Adventures operate with a minimum of 2 people, so there may be instances where there are only 2 people on the trip.

Accommodation

Hotel / Guesthouse / Backpackers depending on your choice

Meals & Drinks

As per the itinerary. Drinks are for your own account

Money Matters

SOUTH AFRICA

The official currency of South Africa is the Rand (ZAR). The best way to manage your money in Africa is a mixture of cash and an ATM card (best to have both Visa and MasterCard).

Cash

Cash is easily changed at exchange bureaus and they generally offer the best rates. ***PLEASE NOTE: MANY BUSINESSES AND BANKS IN AFRICA DO NOT ACCEPT US DOLLAR NOTES OLDER THAN 2006. IF YOU ARE BRINGING USD, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND LARGE BILLS IN GOOD CONDITION, 2006 SERIES ONWARDS ONLY. ANY OLD OR DAMAGED NOTES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED. ***

The South African Rand can also be used widely in countries of Southern Africa. When changing money, only use reputable authorized money exchange vendors and never anyone on the street. There are many instances of traveler’s being given counterfeit notes or being tricked when money is being counted out.

Visa & Master Card

With ATMs being increasingly available in the many major towns and cities and even some campsites, credit or debit cards are a convenient way to access money. Throughout Africa, cards with the Visa logo are most readily recognized, although MasterCard is also accepted in most places. A charge is made for each international transaction - please check with your bank how much this fee will be. Check with your bank before leaving home that your card can be used as a debit card in Africa. You may also want to notify your bank that you are visiting Africa as it's not unknown for banks to freeze cards which show sudden transactions in other countries. At “A Team Tours” we are serious about your safety and strongly advise that you follow the following rules when drawing cash at an ATM:

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even
When it comes to money matters on the trip, every traveler is a little different. You know your spending habits better than we do, so please budget a sensible amount for things like meals not included, drinks, shopping, optional activities and laundry. It's always better to bring a little more than you think you'll need.

Also make sure you've read your trip details thoroughly so you know what's included in the trip price and what isn't. This should make budgeting a little easier. You'll find this info in the Inclusions section of your Essential Trip Information (that's this document).

Emergency Funds

Please also make sure you have access to an additional US$500, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster, civil unrest, strike action or an outbreak of bird flu) necessitate a change to our planned route.

Joining Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road

Tamboerskloof

Cape Town

SOUTH AFRICA

Phone: 27 (21)4261101

Finish Point

Cape Milner Hotel

2a Milner Road Tamboerskloof Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA Phone: 27 (21)4261101
Joining/Finish point description

The Cape Milner is a sophisticated, comfortable hotel in the Tamboerskloof region of central Cape Town. All rooms have a refined, contemporary decor, en suite bathrooms and fabulous views of Table Mountain. Tea and coffee making facilities are included as is Wi-Fi and flat screen TV's. The hotel facilities include an elegant dining room, outdoor pool, glass-roofed bar, a small gym and many lounge areas.

Joining/Finishing Point Instructions

If you have pre-booked a departure transfer, please inform your leader and they will notify you of your departure transfer time. If you are making your own way to the airport the hotel will be able to help book you an airport shuttle or taxi. Please ask at reception.

Emergency Contact

In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, A Team Tours representatives can be reached on +27 810188912 (24/7). For general enquiries or questions about your booking, please visit us at www.capeytours.co.za/contact-us While we always endeavor to provide the best possible holiday experience, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with your group leader or our local representative straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip. We recognize that there may be times when your group tour leader/guide may not be able to resolve a situation to your satisfaction - if this is the case, please ask the leader to speak to their direct manager? You may also choose to provide details in your online feedback, which we ask you to complete within 30 days of the end of your trip. But we do ask you to be aware that it is very difficult for us to provide any practical help after the trip is complete.
Visas

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your nationality. Your consultant will also be happy to point you in the right direction with acquiring visas. Visas can take several weeks to process, so familiarize yourself with any requirements as soon as you have booked your trip to allow for processing time.

SOUTH AFRICA:

Australia: No visa required Belgium: No visa required Canada: No visa required Germany: No visa required Ireland: No visa required Netherlands: No visa required New Zealand: No visa required Switzerland: No visa required United Kingdom: No visa required USA: No visa required
Citizens of the above countries do not need visas to visit South Africa as a tourist for up to three months. Citizens of all countries should check with the relevant consulates as to whether a visa is required.

Entry Requirements - Passports

Please note that non-machine readable passports are no longer accepted by South African immigration. All visitors to South Africa must have a machine readable travel document (e-passport). Failure to present an e-passport will result in denied entry. Passengers with a valid visa issued in a non-machine readable passport will be handled on a case by case basis, but a fine will still be applicable.

Entry Requirements - Travelling with Children

A new immigration regulation came into effect on 1st October 2014, whereby parents will need to produce an original unabridged birth certificate if they are travelling with children. The new regulation has been put in place to protect children from being abducted, kidnapped and preventing child trafficking. The Department of Home Affairs has urged all parents to apply for unabridged certificates for their children. Additionally, further documentation including permission to travel, may be required if only one parent is travelling. These are requirements of the immigration regulation 6 (12)(a) for parents travelling with children. So just to be on the safe side, more information can be found here: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/civic-services/traveling-with-children

We recommend traveler’s check requirements before travel as they can change.

What to Take

What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the tour you have chosen and when you are travelling. Generally speaking, you should pack as lightly as possible.

Most traveler’s carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly. Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps. You'll also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera etc. for day trips.

Water Bottle

Consider bringing your own water bottle to refill along the way. We recommend at least a 1.5litre capacity. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. A large proportion end up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments.

Health

All Capey Tours traveler’s need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. When selecting your trip please make sure you have read through the itinerary carefully and assess your ability to cope with our style of travel. Please note that if, in the opinion of our group leader or local guide, any traveler is unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group, Capey Tours reserves the right to exclude them from all or part of a trip without refund.

You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information or for any necessary vaccinations and anti-malarial requirements before departure. We recommend that you carry a first aid kit as well as any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses) as they may not easily be obtained at the locations on this trip. For legal reasons our leaders and guides are prohibited from administering any type of drugs including headache tablets and antibiotics. Please ensure that you are adequately prepared.

Yellow Fever

A valid international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever is required in many countries. You may need to present this on arrival at the airport or border crossing. Some countries will refuse entry if you are unable to present your certificate. It's also quite common for your home country to request a Yellow Fever certificate on your arrival back home.

It is your responsibility to check with your doctor well in advance of leaving home about the Yellow Fever requirements for the countries you'll be visiting.

Travel Insurance

span style="font-size: 14pt;">Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

When travelling on a trip, you won't be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24-hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader.

If you have credit card insurance your group leader will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank's name and credit card details. Please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country.

A Couple Of Rules

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana and opium is a part of local culture in some parts of the world but is not acceptable for Capey Tours traveler’s. Capey Tours philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter and in particular, the local people who make our destinations such special places. The exploitation of prostitutes is completely contrary to this philosophy. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Capey Tours, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately, please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

Responsible Travel

We believe strongly in low impact or rather positive impact tourism. Broadly speaking this means that we try to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the local cultures and environments that we visit and highlight the positive aspects.

Safety

At Capey Tours we take your safety very seriously. Like any other country in the world, South Africa also has “hotspots” where it’s not safe to go. In order to keep you safe at all times, we have listed a few pointers below that will go a long way in ensuring your safety in various situations:

ATM’s

Take someone with you when you want to withdraw money from an ATM
Withdraw money inside a bank if possible
Do not withdraw large sums of money from an ATM – rather use your credit card
NEVER ACCEPT HELP FROM A STRANGER, not even someone who looks like a security guard. If your card should get stuck or be “swallowed” by the machine, stay there and send you companion to look for help or phone the number on the machine
In the Car
Plan your route in advance
Keep your car doors locked at all times and windows closed
Lock valuable items in the boot
At night, park in well-lit areas
Never pick up strangers or hitch-hikers
If in any doubt about the safety of an area, phone a police station for advice
At the Hotel
Never leave your luggage unattended
Store valuables in the hotel’s safe-deposit box
Keep your room locked, whether you’re in it or not
If someone knocks, check who it is first before opening the door
Hand the keys in at reception whenever you leave the hotel

In the Street

Avoid ostentatious displays of expensive jewelry, cameras and other valuables
Don’t carry large sums of money around
At night, steer clear of dark, isolated areas
It’s better to explore in groups and stick to well-lit, busy streets
A policeman or traffic officer will be glad to direct you if you get lost
If you want to call a taxi, your hotel or the nearest tourist information office will recommend a reliable service
Feedback

After your travels, we want to hear from you! We rely on your feedback. We read it carefully. Feedback helps us understand what we are doing well and what we could be doing better. It allows us to make improvements for future traveler’s.

www.capeytours.co.za

We trust you enjoyed your adventure and look forward to seeing you return ASAP!

“Capey Tours”
Vendor : Capeytours

, 11 Derbyshire Cres Kirstenhof, Kirstenhof, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Any visitor to Cape Town will not be able to avoid the magical influence of the Lion’s Head. Part of the Table Mountain National Park, Lion’s Head guards the western perimeter of City Bowl in which Cap Town nestles. Towering over South Africa’s Mother City like a proud lion, Lion’s Head affords some of the most amazing and spectacular views of the city. For this simple reason, our Lion’s Head Caves Adventure is one of our most popular excursions. If there is ever a hike to be done in one’s life, this is it.

On this relatively easy to moderate hike, we will start on the dirt track off Signal Hill road. Winding our way up the mountain we will be greeted first with spectacular views over Camps Bay, the Twelve Apostles mountain range and the magnificent Atlantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula down the coast towards Llandudno and Hout Bay.

Winding our way further up the mountain, we will be hiking the quieter trails from where we will explore a few secret nooks and crannies en route. We will eventually meet up with the main contour path where we will begin the final assault on the summit.

There there are several more challenging sections on the ascent from here but nothing that can be described as difficult. In most places that require a little more ability, there are sturdy chains attached to the rocky face of the mountain which really does make it pretty straightforward to climb.

The adventure will guarantee 360-degree views of Cape Town, Sea Point, Table Bay and harbour, Robbin Island, Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean.

Depending on your fitness level and appetite for adventure, we can tailor the experience to suit your needs, but one thing is for sure, we will leave the crowds far behind us when we hit the less beaten Not In The Guidebooks trail!

Lion’s Head is on most tourists to-do list. So if you want to bypass the crowds, but not the sights, come on this never to be forgotten adventure with us.
The Secret Adventurer
R500.00
Open
The Secret Adventurer


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN CAPE TOWN AND SURROUNDINGS.Custom adventures are tailor made to your requirements. Just let me know what you would like to experience in Cape Town.


Lion's head Secret Summit Adventure - R500 per person

Any visitor to Cape Town will not be able to avoid the magical influence of the Lion’s Head. Part of the Table Mountain National Park, Lion’s Head guards the western perimeter of City Bowl in which Cap Town nestles. Towering over South Africa’s Mother City like a proud lion, Lion’s Head affords some of the most amazing and spectacular views of the city. For this simple reason, our Lion’s Head Caves Adventure is one of our most popular excursions. If there is ever a hike to be done in one’s life, this is it.

On this relatively easy to moderate hike, we will start on the dirt track off Signal Hill road. Winding our way up the mountain we will be greeted first with spectacular views over Camps Bay, the Twelve Apostles mountain range and the magnificent Atlantic seaboard of the Cape Peninsula down the coast towards Llandudno and Hout Bay.

Winding our way further up the mountain, we will be hiking the quieter trails from where we will explore a few secret nooks and crannies en route. We will eventually meet up with the main contour path where we will begin the final assault on the summit.

There there are several more challenging sections on the ascent from here but nothing that can be described as difficult. In most places that require a little more ability, there are sturdy chains attached to the rocky face of the mountain which really does make it pretty straightforward to climb.

The adventure will guarantee 360-degree views of Cape Town, Sea Point, Table Bay and harbour, Robbin Island, Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean.

Depending on your fitness level and appetite for adventure, we can tailor the experience to suit your needs, but one thing is for sure, we will leave the crowds far behind us when we hit the less beaten Not In The Guidebooks trail!

Lion’s Head is on most tourists to-do list. So if you want to bypass the crowds, but not the sights, come on this never to be forgotten adventure with us.
The Secret Adventurer
R500.00
-->
Vendor : The Secret Adventurer Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

01 Leeuwen Place, 73 leeuwen street , Bo-Kaap, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Lions Head form part of Table Mountain National Park and gives you a 360deg view of city bowl, Camps Bay, Bantry Bay and the Atlantic seaboard and is popular at full moon. The view from the top is breathtaking and the hike to the top can be done comfortable I just over an hour.
Open
Tans Tours


Specializing in private personalized day tours, I will plan a tour around your personal interests and needs.


Hike up Lions head

Lions Head form part of Table Mountain National Park and gives you a 360deg view of city bowl, Camps Bay, Bantry Bay and the Atlantic seaboard and is popular at full moon. The view from the top is breathtaking and the hike to the top can be done comfortable I just over an hour.
Vendor : Tans Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

, 21 white Oaks Oak Glen, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
This option offers a unique experience of the West Coast over 3 glorious days! The 3 Day Crayfish Trail has been designed to suit anyone looking for an escape from the rat race of one’s daily routine. We have built the perfect 2-night getaway which allows you to feel like you have been away for a week. The trail includes hiking in the Rocherpan Nature Reserve, along pristine beaches, exploring caves with rock art and interacting with local people. One gets just a taste of the full 5 Day Trail. Please note that we embrace the notion of ‘slow living’, allowing one to take time and enjoy the finer things in life. Our itinerary shifts slightly depending on weather, season and availability. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit and is suitable for families (children above 12). We require a minimum of 4 and have a maximum of 12 guests

Day of Arrival

Check-in from 14h00 at either Rocherpan Nature Reserve or Vensterklip Guest Farm (depending on availability) which are both iconic venues. You will have the afternoon to settle in, and explore your surroundings. Guests will be treated to a home-cooked meal prepared by your host.

Day 2- 7.5 KM
Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike. A simple continental breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 2.5 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Wind your way through beautiful single track and wooden paths hedged by fynbos, alongside pan to the lookout point. We then return along the beach and back to your overnight accommodation.
or 16 km
Guests enjoy lunch and explore the farm and Verlorenvlei which is a protected wetland and Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA). There is an optional walk to ‘The Vensterklip’. We then explore the small fishing and surfing town of Elands Bay. Your guide will show you Baboon Point, a provincial heritage site, along with the caves and rock art left by the San. Enjoy a sunset over the Atlantic Ocean, coupled with a beer tasting with a selection of Darling Brew’s very best. For those who prefer wine, we also have an alternative wine and chocolate pairing ensemble in the evening.

Enjoy your night on the iconic Vensterklip Guest Farm: www.vensterklip.co.za.

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

Day of Departure

8KM
Guests enjoy a farm-style breakfast to get you ready for the day ahead. Transport will leave Vensterklip and follow a scenic drive to your starting point. Enjoy an 9 km hike along the beach and into the town of Lamberts Bay. Entering the town on foot gives one a unique welcome and feel for this one-of-a- kind coastal town. Your guide will lead you to Bird Island which is one of six sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public).

Guests will be introduced to local fishers at the harbor and hear more about the fishing sector from the people who are involved. This is also a chance to hear about the Abalobi initiative, which engages technology for social justice and to alleviate poverty. Lunch at one of Lamberts Bay’s iconic restaurants (the seafood basket is highly recommended). The day should wrap up around 13h30 a with transport provided back to the starting point of the trail.
Guests will be transported back to their vehicles. Alternatively, a transfer must be pre-arranged with the organisers. Return to Cape Town between 16h00 – 17h00.
TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

*We are flexible! Times are an indication and we adapt to the weather and needs of the group. **Accommodation is subject to availability and confirmation of deposit.

Open
The Crayfish Trail Co


If you love the idea of exploring unspoilt stretches of coastline and pioneering new trails, but hate the thought of carrying a crippling load on your back, then slackpacking is for you.


Southern Trail- 3 Days

This option offers a unique experience of the West Coast over 3 glorious days! The 3 Day Crayfish Trail has been designed to suit anyone looking for an escape from the rat race of one’s daily routine. We have built the perfect 2-night getaway which allows you to feel like you have been away for a week. The trail includes hiking in the Rocherpan Nature Reserve, along pristine beaches, exploring caves with rock art and interacting with local people. One gets just a taste of the full 5 Day Trail. Please note that we embrace the notion of ‘slow living’, allowing one to take time and enjoy the finer things in life. Our itinerary shifts slightly depending on weather, season and availability. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit and is suitable for families (children above 12). We require a minimum of 4 and have a maximum of 12 guests

Day of Arrival

Check-in from 14h00 at either Rocherpan Nature Reserve or Vensterklip Guest Farm (depending on availability) which are both iconic venues. You will have the afternoon to settle in, and explore your surroundings. Guests will be treated to a home-cooked meal prepared by your host.

Day 2- 7.5 KM
Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike. A simple continental breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 2.5 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Wind your way through beautiful single track and wooden paths hedged by fynbos, alongside pan to the lookout point. We then return along the beach and back to your overnight accommodation.
or 16 km
Guests enjoy lunch and explore the farm and Verlorenvlei which is a protected wetland and Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA). There is an optional walk to ‘The Vensterklip’. We then explore the small fishing and surfing town of Elands Bay. Your guide will show you Baboon Point, a provincial heritage site, along with the caves and rock art left by the San. Enjoy a sunset over the Atlantic Ocean, coupled with a beer tasting with a selection of Darling Brew’s very best. For those who prefer wine, we also have an alternative wine and chocolate pairing ensemble in the evening.

Enjoy your night on the iconic Vensterklip Guest Farm: www.vensterklip.co.za.

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

Day of Departure

8KM
Guests enjoy a farm-style breakfast to get you ready for the day ahead. Transport will leave Vensterklip and follow a scenic drive to your starting point. Enjoy an 9 km hike along the beach and into the town of Lamberts Bay. Entering the town on foot gives one a unique welcome and feel for this one-of-a- kind coastal town. Your guide will lead you to Bird Island which is one of six sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public).

Guests will be introduced to local fishers at the harbor and hear more about the fishing sector from the people who are involved. This is also a chance to hear about the Abalobi initiative, which engages technology for social justice and to alleviate poverty. Lunch at one of Lamberts Bay’s iconic restaurants (the seafood basket is highly recommended). The day should wrap up around 13h30 a with transport provided back to the starting point of the trail.
Guests will be transported back to their vehicles. Alternatively, a transfer must be pre-arranged with the organisers. Return to Cape Town between 16h00 – 17h00.
TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

*We are flexible! Times are an indication and we adapt to the weather and needs of the group. **Accommodation is subject to availability and confirmation of deposit.

Vendor : The Crayfish Trail Co Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

na, The Woodstock exchange 4th Floor, block A MEST Incubator , Woodstock, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
This option offers a unique experience of the West Coast over 3 glorious days! The 2 Day Crayfish Trail has been designed to suit anyone looking for an escape from the rat race of one’s daily routine. We have built the perfect 2-night getaway which allows you to feel like you have been away for a week. The trail includes visiting an iconic West Coast farm, walking along pristine beaches, a hike along coastal single-track paths and much, much more. One gets just a taste of the full 5 Day Trail. Please note that we embrace the notion of ‘slow living’, allowing one to take time and enjoy the finer things in life. Our itinerary shifts slightly depending on the weather, season and availability. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit and is suitable for families (children above 12). We require a minimum of 4 and have a maximum of 12 guests.
*Please note that this trail is slightly more expensive due to transfers and associated distances.

Day of Arrival

Check-in from 14h00 at either Vensterklip or Steenbokfontein (depending on availability) which are both iconic West Coast farms. You will have the afternoon to settle in, and explore your surroundings. Guests will be treated to a home-cooked meal prepared by your host.

Day 2
18 KM (Route 1)
Route 1: Hike from Elands Bay Steenbokfontein: distance of 18 km
Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike to Steenbokfontein. A hearty breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 4 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Guests hike along the idyllic and seemingly endless beaches, often without another soul around. There is an option to walk on the dirt road if the sand is too soft. Look forward to vista’s of the Strandveld while keeping a look-out for small game which inhabit the area. We include a tractor ride to the famous Steenbokfontein caves where you will learn about the history of the farm as well as hunter-gatherers which lived here.

12KM (Route 2)
Route 2: Hike from Steenbokfontein to Lamberts Bay: distance of 12 km

Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike to Steenbokfontein. A hearty breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 3 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Guests hike along the beach past the famous Muisbosskerm and enter the charming town of Lamberts Bay. Guests are treated to a guided tour around Bird Island, one of 6 sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public). A highlight on this trip is hearing from local fishers at the harbor about the Abalobi initiative which is using technology to empower small-scale fishers.

Overnight in either Lambert’s Bay:

Doringbay:

or Strandfontein:

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

Day of Departure
9KM (Route 1)
16KM (Route 2)
Hike from Doringbaai to Strandfontein: 9 km or Doringbaai to Papendorp: 16 km
The hike will depart around 09h00, depending on overnight venue. The route follows a single track path with renosterveld and fynbos to your right. To your left is the open expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. This is stretch of hiking is truly spectacular! Guests are treated to lunch and a wine tasting at the iconic Fryers Cove cellar and Jetty restaurant. The combination of fantastic wine, good food and ocean vista’s, how can you go wrong?We include a tour around the Abalone farm where guests learn about these intriguing mollusks. Following lunch, guests are transported back to their vehicles by 14h00. Alternatively, a transfer must be pre-arranged with the organisers.

TERRAIN
Outskirts of Vlei
Rugged Path
Jeep Track
Open
The Crayfish Trail Co


If you love the idea of exploring unspoilt stretches of coastline and pioneering new trails, but hate the thought of carrying a crippling load on your back, then slackpacking is for you.


Northern Trail

This option offers a unique experience of the West Coast over 3 glorious days! The 2 Day Crayfish Trail has been designed to suit anyone looking for an escape from the rat race of one’s daily routine. We have built the perfect 2-night getaway which allows you to feel like you have been away for a week. The trail includes visiting an iconic West Coast farm, walking along pristine beaches, a hike along coastal single-track paths and much, much more. One gets just a taste of the full 5 Day Trail. Please note that we embrace the notion of ‘slow living’, allowing one to take time and enjoy the finer things in life. Our itinerary shifts slightly depending on the weather, season and availability. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit and is suitable for families (children above 12). We require a minimum of 4 and have a maximum of 12 guests.
*Please note that this trail is slightly more expensive due to transfers and associated distances.

Day of Arrival

Check-in from 14h00 at either Vensterklip or Steenbokfontein (depending on availability) which are both iconic West Coast farms. You will have the afternoon to settle in, and explore your surroundings. Guests will be treated to a home-cooked meal prepared by your host.

Day 2
18 KM (Route 1)
Route 1: Hike from Elands Bay Steenbokfontein: distance of 18 km
Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike to Steenbokfontein. A hearty breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 4 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Guests hike along the idyllic and seemingly endless beaches, often without another soul around. There is an option to walk on the dirt road if the sand is too soft. Look forward to vista’s of the Strandveld while keeping a look-out for small game which inhabit the area. We include a tractor ride to the famous Steenbokfontein caves where you will learn about the history of the farm as well as hunter-gatherers which lived here.

12KM (Route 2)
Route 2: Hike from Steenbokfontein to Lamberts Bay: distance of 12 km

Guests will meet their guide and be ready to depart for the morning hike to Steenbokfontein. A hearty breakfast is served before beginning the morning walk. We allow for 3 hours on this leg of the Crayfish Trail. Guests hike along the beach past the famous Muisbosskerm and enter the charming town of Lamberts Bay. Guests are treated to a guided tour around Bird Island, one of 6 sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public). A highlight on this trip is hearing from local fishers at the harbor about the Abalobi initiative which is using technology to empower small-scale fishers.

Overnight in either Lambert’s Bay:

Doringbay:

or Strandfontein:

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep track

Day of Departure
9KM (Route 1)
16KM (Route 2)
Hike from Doringbaai to Strandfontein: 9 km or Doringbaai to Papendorp: 16 km
The hike will depart around 09h00, depending on overnight venue. The route follows a single track path with renosterveld and fynbos to your right. To your left is the open expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. This is stretch of hiking is truly spectacular! Guests are treated to lunch and a wine tasting at the iconic Fryers Cove cellar and Jetty restaurant. The combination of fantastic wine, good food and ocean vista’s, how can you go wrong?We include a tour around the Abalone farm where guests learn about these intriguing mollusks. Following lunch, guests are transported back to their vehicles by 14h00. Alternatively, a transfer must be pre-arranged with the organisers.

TERRAIN
Outskirts of Vlei
Rugged Path
Jeep Track
Vendor : The Crayfish Trail Co Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

na, The Woodstock exchange 4th Floor, block A MEST Incubator , Woodstock, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
his option offers the ultimate experience of the West Coast over 6 glorious days!

This option offers the ultimate experience of the West Coast over 6 glorious days! Your days are spent slack-packing on diverse types of terrain including sandy beaches, fynbos paths, jeep tracks, single track paths, and simply finding your way alongside river banks. Guests are treated to the best of what the West Coast has to offer including interacting with local communities, comfortable accommodation, tasty food and unique wines. This being a slackpacking trail, all you need with you is a day-pack and camera. When guests arrive at their destination at the end of a lovely day your luggage will be waiting for you. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit. It is suitable for families (children above 12). A support vehicle will be on standby, however we stagger days to have some longer distances followed by shorter more activity based days.

uests arrive after 14h00 at their accommodation which is 16 km south of Elands Bay. Nestled along the quiet stretch of the coastal road one really feels as though their adventure has begun. Guests are treated to a delicious meal with the sound of the ocean in the background. You will get a chance to meet your guide as well as other members if you are joining a group. The group will be treated to a hearty home cooked meal prepared by local community members.


Overnight in the newly renovated Rocherpan Nature Reserve cabins: http://www.capenature.co.za/reserves/rocherpan-nature-reserve/
Rocherpan Nature Reserve – Draaihoek lunch


For those early risers this is a great opportunity to watch the sunrise – mornings on the West Coast are magical! Guests are encouraged to enjoy a walk to the bird or visit the beach which is just a stone’s throw away from your accommodation. A simple breakfast will be served, following which guests will need to be ready to meet their guide and depart for their days hiking. Guests get their first experience of the empty beaches and fresh Atlantic air. Highlights include South Africa’s very first Provincial Heritage Site called Baboon Point. Your guide will show you to the cave where there is evidence of San hunter-gatherers and Khoekhoe descendants which, according to lead archaeologist, Professor John Parkington “date back as far as 100 000 years and as recently as 300 years ago”. From the caves, guests will be shown the old Crayfish Factory and hear about some of the history and politics of the local fishing industry.



Your guide will then show you to your accommodation where guests can relax and enjoy a well-deserved sundowner.



Overnight at the iconic Vensterklip guest farm: www.vensterklip.co.za

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Elands Bay to Steenbokfontein


Guests will once again need to be ready to meet their guide and be set to depart at 08h00. Another steady day’s walking lies ahead. One gets to see where the name ‘Crayfish Trail’ comes from as there are often many carcasses washed up on the beach. Be sure to ask your guide why! This route takes you alongside a number or bays where one can see the abundance of life along the rocky sea shore. Have a look to see if you can see the kelp forests.



Guests will overnight on the farm of Steenbokfontein and enjoy the hospitality of your host, Kitta.



Overnight at Steenbokfontein on the Sea Farm: http://steenbokfonteinaccommodation.co.za/

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Steenbokfontein to Lamberts Bay


While one of the shorter days in distance, Day 3 is certainly a busy one. Your new local guide will lead you in the footsteps of the San as well as the Khoekhoe herders who first arrived in the area some 2 – 3000 years ago.



Hikers then follow a 3 hour walk to Bird Island, one of 6 sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public). Visit: http://www.capenature.co.za/reserves/bird-island-nature-reserve/ for more information on Bird Island.



Guests will be introduced to local fishers at the harbor enjoy the scenery at the Lamberts Bay harbor. This is also a chance to hear about the Abalobi initiative, which engages technology for social justice and to alleviate poverty.



You will be treated to a wine tasting and dinner in Lamberts Bay.



Overnight at Arendzicht: http://westcoasteaglesnest.co.za/ or

http://www.gnal lambertsbay.com/.

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Final hiking day
Early rise to catch the shuttle for a short drive (45 km) through the Strandveld. The hike starts in the small town of Doring Bay. Soon you will be on a particularly scenic path along the cliff tops to Strandfontein and then on to Papendorp. To your left stretches the vast expanse of the blue Atlantic Ocean, and to your right there will be a myriad of wild flowers and fynbos. In the distance, the Olifants River beckons, its water a welcoming sight to any hiker. Follow an adventurous and sometimes muddy path along the Olifants River bank and discover the beauty of this estuarine ecosystem.



Spend your final night at Leoni’s accommodation: http://www.leonis.co.za/

TERRAIN
Single Track
Light Scramble
Flat Beach
Strandveld (Afrikaans for beach vegetation)

Check out time is 11h00 so enjoy your final moments of the beautiful West Coast.
Guests will be transported back to their vehicles.
Open
The Crayfish Trail Co


If you love the idea of exploring unspoilt stretches of coastline and pioneering new trails, but hate the thought of carrying a crippling load on your back, then slackpacking is for you.


Six Day Trail - EXPLORE THE WEST COAST

his option offers the ultimate experience of the West Coast over 6 glorious days!

This option offers the ultimate experience of the West Coast over 6 glorious days! Your days are spent slack-packing on diverse types of terrain including sandy beaches, fynbos paths, jeep tracks, single track paths, and simply finding your way alongside river banks. Guests are treated to the best of what the West Coast has to offer including interacting with local communities, comfortable accommodation, tasty food and unique wines. This being a slackpacking trail, all you need with you is a day-pack and camera. When guests arrive at their destination at the end of a lovely day your luggage will be waiting for you. The trail requires guests to be moderately fit. It is suitable for families (children above 12). A support vehicle will be on standby, however we stagger days to have some longer distances followed by shorter more activity based days.

uests arrive after 14h00 at their accommodation which is 16 km south of Elands Bay. Nestled along the quiet stretch of the coastal road one really feels as though their adventure has begun. Guests are treated to a delicious meal with the sound of the ocean in the background. You will get a chance to meet your guide as well as other members if you are joining a group. The group will be treated to a hearty home cooked meal prepared by local community members.


Overnight in the newly renovated Rocherpan Nature Reserve cabins: http://www.capenature.co.za/reserves/rocherpan-nature-reserve/
Rocherpan Nature Reserve – Draaihoek lunch


For those early risers this is a great opportunity to watch the sunrise – mornings on the West Coast are magical! Guests are encouraged to enjoy a walk to the bird or visit the beach which is just a stone’s throw away from your accommodation. A simple breakfast will be served, following which guests will need to be ready to meet their guide and depart for their days hiking. Guests get their first experience of the empty beaches and fresh Atlantic air. Highlights include South Africa’s very first Provincial Heritage Site called Baboon Point. Your guide will show you to the cave where there is evidence of San hunter-gatherers and Khoekhoe descendants which, according to lead archaeologist, Professor John Parkington “date back as far as 100 000 years and as recently as 300 years ago”. From the caves, guests will be shown the old Crayfish Factory and hear about some of the history and politics of the local fishing industry.



Your guide will then show you to your accommodation where guests can relax and enjoy a well-deserved sundowner.



Overnight at the iconic Vensterklip guest farm: www.vensterklip.co.za

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Elands Bay to Steenbokfontein


Guests will once again need to be ready to meet their guide and be set to depart at 08h00. Another steady day’s walking lies ahead. One gets to see where the name ‘Crayfish Trail’ comes from as there are often many carcasses washed up on the beach. Be sure to ask your guide why! This route takes you alongside a number or bays where one can see the abundance of life along the rocky sea shore. Have a look to see if you can see the kelp forests.



Guests will overnight on the farm of Steenbokfontein and enjoy the hospitality of your host, Kitta.



Overnight at Steenbokfontein on the Sea Farm: http://steenbokfonteinaccommodation.co.za/

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Steenbokfontein to Lamberts Bay


While one of the shorter days in distance, Day 3 is certainly a busy one. Your new local guide will lead you in the footsteps of the San as well as the Khoekhoe herders who first arrived in the area some 2 – 3000 years ago.



Hikers then follow a 3 hour walk to Bird Island, one of 6 sites in the world where Cape Gannets breed (and the only breeding site which is easily accessible to the public). Visit: http://www.capenature.co.za/reserves/bird-island-nature-reserve/ for more information on Bird Island.



Guests will be introduced to local fishers at the harbor enjoy the scenery at the Lamberts Bay harbor. This is also a chance to hear about the Abalobi initiative, which engages technology for social justice and to alleviate poverty.



You will be treated to a wine tasting and dinner in Lamberts Bay.



Overnight at Arendzicht: http://westcoasteaglesnest.co.za/ or

http://www.gnal lambertsbay.com/.

TERRAIN
Flat beach
Jeep Track

Final hiking day
Early rise to catch the shuttle for a short drive (45 km) through the Strandveld. The hike starts in the small town of Doring Bay. Soon you will be on a particularly scenic path along the cliff tops to Strandfontein and then on to Papendorp. To your left stretches the vast expanse of the blue Atlantic Ocean, and to your right there will be a myriad of wild flowers and fynbos. In the distance, the Olifants River beckons, its water a welcoming sight to any hiker. Follow an adventurous and sometimes muddy path along the Olifants River bank and discover the beauty of this estuarine ecosystem.



Spend your final night at Leoni’s accommodation: http://www.leonis.co.za/

TERRAIN
Single Track
Light Scramble
Flat Beach
Strandveld (Afrikaans for beach vegetation)

Check out time is 11h00 so enjoy your final moments of the beautiful West Coast.
Guests will be transported back to their vehicles.
Vendor : The Crayfish Trail Co Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

na, The Woodstock exchange 4th Floor, block A MEST Incubator , Woodstock, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Dear hiking friends, Join us for the beautiful Twelve Apostles hike along a mountain range with beautiful views of Camps Bay and Cape Town:
Twelve Apostles

Difficulty: A (easy to difficult)
Duration: ca 5 – 6 hours

This beautiful hike starts on the western side of Table Mountain, just above Camps Bay and runs along one of the many gorges of the Twelve Apostle mountain range.

Once on top, we continue our hike for about 1.5 hours through interesting valleys of diverse fauna and flora until we reach the Cable Car station.

For the descent we will either take the Cable Car down ( weather dependent ) or wander down Platteklip Gorge at the front of Table Mountain.

I recommend this hike summer and winter likewise.

Meeting point: at Table Mountain Cable Car kiosk. Silke will contact you beforehand to discuss details.

Please note: Transfer can be arranged at extra cost

Included
private registered Table Mountain hiking guide
one way Table Mountain cable car ticket
assistant at 5+ guests
Not Included
meals + drinks


Babuka Africa




Twelve Apostles- Hiking

Dear hiking friends, Join us for the beautiful Twelve Apostles hike along a mountain range with beautiful views of Camps Bay and Cape Town:
Twelve Apostles

Difficulty: A (easy to difficult)
Duration: ca 5 – 6 hours

This beautiful hike starts on the western side of Table Mountain, just above Camps Bay and runs along one of the many gorges of the Twelve Apostle mountain range.

Once on top, we continue our hike for about 1.5 hours through interesting valleys of diverse fauna and flora until we reach the Cable Car station.

For the descent we will either take the Cable Car down ( weather dependent ) or wander down Platteklip Gorge at the front of Table Mountain.

I recommend this hike summer and winter likewise.

Meeting point: at Table Mountain Cable Car kiosk. Silke will contact you beforehand to discuss details.

Please note: Transfer can be arranged at extra cost

Included
private registered Table Mountain hiking guide
one way Table Mountain cable car ticket
assistant at 5+ guests
Not Included
meals + drinks


Vendor : Babuka Africa

Sunclare Building 4th floor, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Coastal forest bliss hedged by ancient indigenous trees and carved by mighty gorges. Locals know this stretch of contrasting sparkling waters and emerald foliage as the Garden of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma was once home to the ancient Khoisan people who called it 'Sietsiekamma' or place of abundant water. From birding to game spotting, hiking to adrenaline rushes, your Tsitsikamma to-do list will be absolutely jam-packed.

With rock hyraxes providing the necessary distractions around the main restaurant area, it is quite easy to find your own patch of paradise where birds chirp and glimpses of the dramatic coastline are visible through the foliage on the boardwalk. It’s not unusual to see kayakers out and about exploring the waters, but take care as they share the pathways, which can get slippery.

Those who make it to the end of the walk (there are plenty of steps and some steepish inclines) are rewarded with a 77 metre suspension bridge which hangs dramatically above the Storms River Mouth where it enters the Indian Ocean. Two smaller suspension bridges lead visitors back to the boardwalk for the return hike. The Tsitsikamma National Park remains one of the top attractions on the Garden Route and it’s easy to see why when you review your photos.
Open
Hotspots2C


Every Hotspots2c tour package offers a variety of options to personalise your trip, from accommodation to optional activities. If you have a specific bucket list in mind, we can tailor-make your dream trip.


Tsitsikamma National Park Hike

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Coastal forest bliss hedged by ancient indigenous trees and carved by mighty gorges. Locals know this stretch of contrasting sparkling waters and emerald foliage as the Garden of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma was once home to the ancient Khoisan people who called it 'Sietsiekamma' or place of abundant water. From birding to game spotting, hiking to adrenaline rushes, your Tsitsikamma to-do list will be absolutely jam-packed.

With rock hyraxes providing the necessary distractions around the main restaurant area, it is quite easy to find your own patch of paradise where birds chirp and glimpses of the dramatic coastline are visible through the foliage on the boardwalk. It’s not unusual to see kayakers out and about exploring the waters, but take care as they share the pathways, which can get slippery.

Those who make it to the end of the walk (there are plenty of steps and some steepish inclines) are rewarded with a 77 metre suspension bridge which hangs dramatically above the Storms River Mouth where it enters the Indian Ocean. Two smaller suspension bridges lead visitors back to the boardwalk for the return hike. The Tsitsikamma National Park remains one of the top attractions on the Garden Route and it’s easy to see why when you review your photos.
Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Our famous Oystercatcher Trail; it's a Love Affair with Nature!
5-day, 4-night guided coastal walk
Rates include a local guide, luxury accommodation & all meals

Oystercatcher Trail: 4 nights, 5 days

Walk from Mossel Bay's Cape St. Blaize to the Gourits River Mouth in the company of a knowledgeable and entertaining local guide - and discover ancient history that goes back to the dawn of modern human behaviour.

You'll walk in the company of new friends in a small group (usually no more than about 12 guests).

Includes accommodation, guide fees, luggage transport, and all meals (on some days you’ll carry your own picnic lunch, on others we'll serve lunch on the beach)
Accommodation is provided in superbly-appointed local guesthouses - with some nights at the traditional-style Sandpiper Cottages at Boggomsbaai
Boat trip across the Gouritz River
A new and fresh look at Nature and life
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!
optional extras

Point of Human Origins Experience: www.humanorigin.co.za (2018)
Drinks will be charged to your personal account
Massages at Sandpiper Sports Centre (please arrange with us before your Trail begins)
The Oystercatcher Trail: day-by-day

Day 1: Mossel Bay
Dinner and a good rest before the walking begins
Arrive and check-in at your accommodation in Mossel Bay
Enjoy sundowners with a member of the Oystercatcher Trail team
Dinner at a local restaurant (transport will be arranged by the restaurant. Drinks for your own account).

Day 2: Mossel Bay to Dana BayToday's walk: mostly cliff paths. Amazing views!
Todays walking: 15 km
Your guide will meet you at your guest house, and will arrange your luggage for collection by our road transport service.
Please remember to carry your day pack with you - with sunblock, a towel, swimming costume, camera, etc.
Walk to a local restaurant for breakfast; you’ll receive an Oystercatcher Trail water bottle and your lunch-pack for the day.
Walk with your guide to the St. Blaize Cave for the actual start of your Oystercatcher Trail.
Meander and explore with your guide along the cliffs and contour paths, and via the St Blaize Trail and Pinnacle Point Golf & Beach Estate to Dana Bay.
Enjoy a picnic lunch en route.
Road transport from Dana Bay to Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, where welcome snacks will be served.
Dinner at Sandpiper Sports Centre (Drinks for your own account).
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages

Day 3: Dana Bay to Boggomsbaai Today's route: mostly beachy!
Today’s walking: 12 km
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre. Receive you lunch packs for the day - and remember to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle!
Road transport to Dana Bay to continue your walk.
Today you’ll be walking along the beach - with frequent sightings of dolphins and (between May and October), the migratory southern right whales that come here to mate and calve.
Visit ancient Khoi San middens in the dunes, and enjoy a picnic lunch en route.
Welcome snacks at Sandpiper Cottages.
Afternoon at leisure.
This might be a good time for a pampering massage at the Sandpiper Spa (but this is an optional extra - please arrange it with us before your trail begins). Or you could play a game on the Sandpiper Sports Centre’s tennis court or glass back squash court, or enjoy a bit of chill time on the deck.
Dinner at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 4: Boggomsbaai to Gourits River From beaches to rocky shores.
Today’s walking: 21 km
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Walk along the beach and rocky shore to Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers (where La Fortune was wrecked in 1763 en route from Mauritius to France: Fransmanshoek means ‘French Corner’).
Enjoy a beach lunch, and snorkeling and swimming in the secluded bay.
Walk to Kanon Private Nature Reserve (about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth), which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket.
Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and the giant dunes along the way - and if you’re fit enough, you might like to climb the dunes!
Continue walking to the Gourits River Mouth.
Cross the river by boat
Road transport back to Sandpiper Cottages
Farewell Dinner at the Sandpiper Sport Centre. (Drinks for your own account).
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 5: Goodbye!Your last, lingering breakfast with us. Sigh...
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Road transport to Mossel Bay.
Let the memories begin!
Oystercatcher Trail




4-Night Oystercatcher Trail

Our famous Oystercatcher Trail; it's a Love Affair with Nature!
5-day, 4-night guided coastal walk
Rates include a local guide, luxury accommodation & all meals

Oystercatcher Trail: 4 nights, 5 days

Walk from Mossel Bay's Cape St. Blaize to the Gourits River Mouth in the company of a knowledgeable and entertaining local guide - and discover ancient history that goes back to the dawn of modern human behaviour.

You'll walk in the company of new friends in a small group (usually no more than about 12 guests).

Includes accommodation, guide fees, luggage transport, and all meals (on some days you’ll carry your own picnic lunch, on others we'll serve lunch on the beach)
Accommodation is provided in superbly-appointed local guesthouses - with some nights at the traditional-style Sandpiper Cottages at Boggomsbaai
Boat trip across the Gouritz River
A new and fresh look at Nature and life
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!
optional extras

Point of Human Origins Experience: www.humanorigin.co.za (2018)
Drinks will be charged to your personal account
Massages at Sandpiper Sports Centre (please arrange with us before your Trail begins)
The Oystercatcher Trail: day-by-day

Day 1: Mossel Bay
Dinner and a good rest before the walking begins
Arrive and check-in at your accommodation in Mossel Bay
Enjoy sundowners with a member of the Oystercatcher Trail team
Dinner at a local restaurant (transport will be arranged by the restaurant. Drinks for your own account).

Day 2: Mossel Bay to Dana BayToday's walk: mostly cliff paths. Amazing views!
Todays walking: 15 km
Your guide will meet you at your guest house, and will arrange your luggage for collection by our road transport service.
Please remember to carry your day pack with you - with sunblock, a towel, swimming costume, camera, etc.
Walk to a local restaurant for breakfast; you’ll receive an Oystercatcher Trail water bottle and your lunch-pack for the day.
Walk with your guide to the St. Blaize Cave for the actual start of your Oystercatcher Trail.
Meander and explore with your guide along the cliffs and contour paths, and via the St Blaize Trail and Pinnacle Point Golf & Beach Estate to Dana Bay.
Enjoy a picnic lunch en route.
Road transport from Dana Bay to Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, where welcome snacks will be served.
Dinner at Sandpiper Sports Centre (Drinks for your own account).
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages

Day 3: Dana Bay to Boggomsbaai Today's route: mostly beachy!
Today’s walking: 12 km
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre. Receive you lunch packs for the day - and remember to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle!
Road transport to Dana Bay to continue your walk.
Today you’ll be walking along the beach - with frequent sightings of dolphins and (between May and October), the migratory southern right whales that come here to mate and calve.
Visit ancient Khoi San middens in the dunes, and enjoy a picnic lunch en route.
Welcome snacks at Sandpiper Cottages.
Afternoon at leisure.
This might be a good time for a pampering massage at the Sandpiper Spa (but this is an optional extra - please arrange it with us before your trail begins). Or you could play a game on the Sandpiper Sports Centre’s tennis court or glass back squash court, or enjoy a bit of chill time on the deck.
Dinner at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 4: Boggomsbaai to Gourits River From beaches to rocky shores.
Today’s walking: 21 km
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Walk along the beach and rocky shore to Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers (where La Fortune was wrecked in 1763 en route from Mauritius to France: Fransmanshoek means ‘French Corner’).
Enjoy a beach lunch, and snorkeling and swimming in the secluded bay.
Walk to Kanon Private Nature Reserve (about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth), which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket.
Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and the giant dunes along the way - and if you’re fit enough, you might like to climb the dunes!
Continue walking to the Gourits River Mouth.
Cross the river by boat
Road transport back to Sandpiper Cottages
Farewell Dinner at the Sandpiper Sport Centre. (Drinks for your own account).
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 5: Goodbye!Your last, lingering breakfast with us. Sigh...
Breakfast at Sandpiper Sports Centre.
Road transport to Mossel Bay.
Let the memories begin!
Vendor : Oystercatcher Trail

, Bonito Street,, Boggomsbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Oystercatcher Trail: Self-catering. 4 nights, 5 days.

Walk from Mossel Bay's Cape St. Blaize to the Gourits River Mouth in the company of a knowledgeable and entertaining local guide - and discover ancient history that goes back to the dawn of modern human behaviour.

You'll walk in the company of new friends in a small group (usually no more than about 12 guests).

Includes accommodation, guide fees, luggage transport
Accommodation is provided in superbly-appointed local guesthouses - with some nights at the traditional-style Sandpiper Cottages at Boggomsbaai
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!

Optional extras

Point of Human Origins Experience: www.humanorigin.co.za
Drinks will be charged to your personal account

Day-by-day on the Oystercatcher Trail Green: Self-catering

Day 1: Mossel Bay Treat yourself to a good rest tonight - for tomorrow we walk!
mossel bay
Arrive and check-in at your accommodation in Mossel Bay
Meet-and-greet with a member of the Oystercatcher Trail team
Dinner and drinks for your own account - we suggest you treat yourself at one of the local restaurants

Day 2: Mossel Bay to Dana Bay Today's walk: mostly cliff paths. Amazing views!
mossel bay, cape st blaize lighthouse, mossel bay lighthouse
Todays walking: 15 km
Your guide will meet you at your accommodation, and will arrange your luggage for collection by our road transport service.
Please remember to take your day pack with you - with your packed lunch, sunblock, a towel, swimming costume, camera, etc.
Walk with your guide to the St. Blaize Cave for the start of your Oystercatcher Trail.
Meander and explore with your guide along the cliffs and contour paths, and via the St Blaize Trail and Pinnacle Point Golf & Beach Estate to Dana Bay - with a stop for lunch en route.
Road transport from Dana Bay to Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages - which are fully-equipped for self-catering

Day 3: Dana Bay to Boggomsbaai Today's route: mostly beachy!
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oyster catcher, hiking mossel bay, slackpacking mossel bay, slack-packing mossel bay, staptoere mosselbaai
Today’s walking: 12 km
Remember to pack your lunch for today and (very important!) to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle.
Road transport to Dana Bay to continue your walk.
Today you’ll be walking along the beach - with frequent sightings of dolphins and (between May and October), the migratory southern right whales that come here to mate and calve. Visit ancient Khoi San middens in the dunes, and enjoy a break for lunch en route.
Afternoon at leisure at Sandpiper Cottages. This might be a good time for a pampering massage at the Sandpiper Spa (but this is an optional extra - please arrange it with us before your trail begins). Or you could play a game on the Sandpiper Sports Centre’s tennis court or glass back squash court, or enjoy a bit of chill time on the deck.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 4: Boggomsbaai to Gourits River From beaches to rocky shores.
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oyster catcher, hiking mossel bay, slackpacking mossel bay, slack-packing mossel bay, staptoere mosselbaai
Today’s walking: 21 km
Remember to pack your lunch for today and (very important!) to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle.
Walking along the beach and rocky shore to Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers (where La Fortune was wrecked in 1763 en route from Mauritius to France: Fransmanshoek means ‘French Corner’). Enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the secluded Fransmanshoek Bay.
Walk to Kanon Private Nature Reserve (about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth), which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket. Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and the giant dunes along the way - and if you’re fit enough, you might like to climb the dunes!
Continue walking to the Gourits River Mouth.
Cross the river by boat
Road transport back to Sandpiper Cottages
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 5: Goodbye!Sigh. Parting is such sweet sorrow...
Road transport to Mossel Bay.
Let the memories begin!

Oystercatcher Trail




Oystercatcher Trail: Self-catering. 4 nights, 5 days.

Oystercatcher Trail: Self-catering. 4 nights, 5 days.

Walk from Mossel Bay's Cape St. Blaize to the Gourits River Mouth in the company of a knowledgeable and entertaining local guide - and discover ancient history that goes back to the dawn of modern human behaviour.

You'll walk in the company of new friends in a small group (usually no more than about 12 guests).

Includes accommodation, guide fees, luggage transport
Accommodation is provided in superbly-appointed local guesthouses - with some nights at the traditional-style Sandpiper Cottages at Boggomsbaai
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!

Optional extras

Point of Human Origins Experience: www.humanorigin.co.za
Drinks will be charged to your personal account

Day-by-day on the Oystercatcher Trail Green: Self-catering

Day 1: Mossel Bay Treat yourself to a good rest tonight - for tomorrow we walk!
mossel bay
Arrive and check-in at your accommodation in Mossel Bay
Meet-and-greet with a member of the Oystercatcher Trail team
Dinner and drinks for your own account - we suggest you treat yourself at one of the local restaurants

Day 2: Mossel Bay to Dana Bay Today's walk: mostly cliff paths. Amazing views!
mossel bay, cape st blaize lighthouse, mossel bay lighthouse
Todays walking: 15 km
Your guide will meet you at your accommodation, and will arrange your luggage for collection by our road transport service.
Please remember to take your day pack with you - with your packed lunch, sunblock, a towel, swimming costume, camera, etc.
Walk with your guide to the St. Blaize Cave for the start of your Oystercatcher Trail.
Meander and explore with your guide along the cliffs and contour paths, and via the St Blaize Trail and Pinnacle Point Golf & Beach Estate to Dana Bay - with a stop for lunch en route.
Road transport from Dana Bay to Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages - which are fully-equipped for self-catering

Day 3: Dana Bay to Boggomsbaai Today's route: mostly beachy!
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oyster catcher, hiking mossel bay, slackpacking mossel bay, slack-packing mossel bay, staptoere mosselbaai
Today’s walking: 12 km
Remember to pack your lunch for today and (very important!) to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle.
Road transport to Dana Bay to continue your walk.
Today you’ll be walking along the beach - with frequent sightings of dolphins and (between May and October), the migratory southern right whales that come here to mate and calve. Visit ancient Khoi San middens in the dunes, and enjoy a break for lunch en route.
Afternoon at leisure at Sandpiper Cottages. This might be a good time for a pampering massage at the Sandpiper Spa (but this is an optional extra - please arrange it with us before your trail begins). Or you could play a game on the Sandpiper Sports Centre’s tennis court or glass back squash court, or enjoy a bit of chill time on the deck.
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 4: Boggomsbaai to Gourits River From beaches to rocky shores.
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oyster catcher, hiking mossel bay, slackpacking mossel bay, slack-packing mossel bay, staptoere mosselbaai
Today’s walking: 21 km
Remember to pack your lunch for today and (very important!) to replenish your Oystercatcher Trail water bottle.
Walking along the beach and rocky shore to Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers (where La Fortune was wrecked in 1763 en route from Mauritius to France: Fransmanshoek means ‘French Corner’). Enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the secluded Fransmanshoek Bay.
Walk to Kanon Private Nature Reserve (about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth), which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket. Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and the giant dunes along the way - and if you’re fit enough, you might like to climb the dunes!
Continue walking to the Gourits River Mouth.
Cross the river by boat
Road transport back to Sandpiper Cottages
Overnight at Sandpiper Cottages.

Day 5: Goodbye!Sigh. Parting is such sweet sorrow...
Road transport to Mossel Bay.
Let the memories begin!

Vendor : Oystercatcher Trail

, Bonito Street,, Boggomsbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
Guided self-catering eco-adventures with great walking and rustic coastal accommodation!

This 3-night adventure includes a visit to the caves at the Point of Human Origins (www.humanorigin.co.za), guided beach and coastal walking, and self-catering accommodation in our Pondok (for up to 8 guests) or Kaya (for two).

Both of these rustic, off-the-grid rusplekkies are equipped with all the necessaries for meals and braais, and both have charging facilities for your mobile phones, cameras, and laptops.

Bathrooms are shared: there’s one bathroom with toilet at Pondok, and one shower-room with toilet at our wood-cabin Kaya.

Please bring your own bedding or sleeping bags.
Fridges and freezer facilities are available at Sandpiper Guest Cottages.
Wood & gas are supplied.
Reservations & enquiries

This adventure is only available during the 2018 Summer School Holidays.

Please contact us by phone or email for enquiries and reservations.

Phone +27 44 699 1204
Email bookings@oystercatchertrail.co.za

Day 1: Boggomsbaai Check in and settle in
pondok boggomsbaai, self-catering boggomsbaai, self-catering mossel bay
Meet at Sandpiper Cottages, Boggomsbaai (near Mossel Bay).
We’ll show you around your accommodation and explain our Pondokkie Logistics: how to use the gas and such.
Settle in and light the braai fire!

Day 2: Point of Human Origins to Boggomsbaai 18 km; mostly beach walking
point of human origins, POHO, human origins tour, human origins mossel bay, guided walk mossel bay
Your hiking guide will meet you at Pondokkie (remember to pack your day-packs with lunch and water, as well as sun-block, and extra memory cards for your cameras!)
Transfer by road to Pinnacle Point.
Caves visit with specialist site guides at the Point of Human Origins.
Guided coastal walk via Boggomsbaai to Pondok.

Day 3: Boggomsbaai to Kanon 21 km; beach and coastal walking
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oster catcher, birding mossel bay
Remember those lunch packs!
Guided walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shore via Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers, where you can enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the secluded bay. (The French ship La Fortune was wrecked here in 1763 - hence Fransmanshoek, or ‘French Corner’).
Visit Kanon Private Nature Reserve, about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth, which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket.
Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and giant dunes along the way - and climb them, if you’re fit enough!
Road transfer to Pondok

Day 4: Goodbye :(Sorry it has to end...

Check out and goodbye (Sniff!)

See you next year!
Oystercatcher Trail




Pondok 3-night Eco-adventure

Guided self-catering eco-adventures with great walking and rustic coastal accommodation!

This 3-night adventure includes a visit to the caves at the Point of Human Origins (www.humanorigin.co.za), guided beach and coastal walking, and self-catering accommodation in our Pondok (for up to 8 guests) or Kaya (for two).

Both of these rustic, off-the-grid rusplekkies are equipped with all the necessaries for meals and braais, and both have charging facilities for your mobile phones, cameras, and laptops.

Bathrooms are shared: there’s one bathroom with toilet at Pondok, and one shower-room with toilet at our wood-cabin Kaya.

Please bring your own bedding or sleeping bags.
Fridges and freezer facilities are available at Sandpiper Guest Cottages.
Wood & gas are supplied.
Reservations & enquiries

This adventure is only available during the 2018 Summer School Holidays.

Please contact us by phone or email for enquiries and reservations.

Phone +27 44 699 1204
Email bookings@oystercatchertrail.co.za

Day 1: Boggomsbaai Check in and settle in
pondok boggomsbaai, self-catering boggomsbaai, self-catering mossel bay
Meet at Sandpiper Cottages, Boggomsbaai (near Mossel Bay).
We’ll show you around your accommodation and explain our Pondokkie Logistics: how to use the gas and such.
Settle in and light the braai fire!

Day 2: Point of Human Origins to Boggomsbaai 18 km; mostly beach walking
point of human origins, POHO, human origins tour, human origins mossel bay, guided walk mossel bay
Your hiking guide will meet you at Pondokkie (remember to pack your day-packs with lunch and water, as well as sun-block, and extra memory cards for your cameras!)
Transfer by road to Pinnacle Point.
Caves visit with specialist site guides at the Point of Human Origins.
Guided coastal walk via Boggomsbaai to Pondok.

Day 3: Boggomsbaai to Kanon 21 km; beach and coastal walking
oystercatcher trail, mossel bay, garden route, south africa, oster catcher, birding mossel bay
Remember those lunch packs!
Guided walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shore via Fransmanshoek - a small nature reserve with abundant bird life and beautiful veld flowers, where you can enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the secluded bay. (The French ship La Fortune was wrecked here in 1763 - hence Fransmanshoek, or ‘French Corner’).
Visit Kanon Private Nature Reserve, about 3 km east of the Gourits River Mouth, which protects one of the few remaining patches of Gourits Coastal Dune Thicket.
Visit ancient Khoi San fish traps and giant dunes along the way - and climb them, if you’re fit enough!
Road transfer to Pondok

Day 4: Goodbye :(Sorry it has to end...

Check out and goodbye (Sniff!)

See you next year!
Vendor : Oystercatcher Trail

, Bonito Street,, Boggomsbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
A complete holiday in 48 hours!
A great package for clubs and associations who want to explore the origins of modern human bahaviour.
Our 2-night Human Origins Explorer includes:

A 90-minute Point of Human Origins Tour;
An easy, 1/2-day guided beach walk on a section of the Oystercatcher Trail;
Accommodation at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, near Mossel Bay
Optional extras:

George Airport transfers.
Drinks will be for your own account.
Program

Day one: Then check in at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, and enjoy a traditional South African dinner at Sandpiper Leisure Centre.

Day two: After breakfast, walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shoreline via Vleesbaai to the Cape Nature Conservancy, Fransmanshoek.Return by road to Boggomsbaai for dinner at the Sandpiper Leisure Centre, and overnight at Sandpiper Cottages. Today's walking: 10 km.

Day three: Breakfast and prize giving at Sandpiper Leisure Centre. Depart to Pinnacle Point Golf Estate for the Point of Human Origin tour.

Oystercatcher Trail




2-Night Human Origins Explorer

A complete holiday in 48 hours!
A great package for clubs and associations who want to explore the origins of modern human bahaviour.
Our 2-night Human Origins Explorer includes:

A 90-minute Point of Human Origins Tour;
An easy, 1/2-day guided beach walk on a section of the Oystercatcher Trail;
Accommodation at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, near Mossel Bay
Optional extras:

George Airport transfers.
Drinks will be for your own account.
Program

Day one: Then check in at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, and enjoy a traditional South African dinner at Sandpiper Leisure Centre.

Day two: After breakfast, walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shoreline via Vleesbaai to the Cape Nature Conservancy, Fransmanshoek.Return by road to Boggomsbaai for dinner at the Sandpiper Leisure Centre, and overnight at Sandpiper Cottages. Today's walking: 10 km.

Day three: Breakfast and prize giving at Sandpiper Leisure Centre. Depart to Pinnacle Point Golf Estate for the Point of Human Origin tour.

Vendor : Oystercatcher Trail

, Bonito Street,, Boggomsbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information
uided walking on sections of the Oystercatcher Trail.

You'll carry only your day pack, and stay overnight in the luxury Sandpiper Cape Cottages.

Sandpiper Walkabout: our fully catered, 3 night, 4 day breakaway

Explore selected sections of the Oystercatcher Trail with our expert guides
Carry only your day pack - we’ll transport you by road to and from your accommodation before and after each days’ walking.
Includes excursions to Seal Island and Penguin Rehabilitation Centre
Add a Point of Human Origins Tour as an optional (highly recommended!) extra

Rates include:

Guides
A Seal Island Cruise in Mossel Bay
A visit to SAPREC Penguin Rehabilitation Centre in Mossel Bay
Accommodation in guest house luxury
All meals (with the fully-catered package) - including packed lunches on walking days
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!

Optional extras :

A Point of Human Origins Tour (90 minutes) - with qualified and enthusiastic guides.
George Airport transfers.
Drinks will be for your own account.
Program

Day One: Begin your holiday with a boat trip to Seal Island in Mossel Bay. Then check in at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, and enjoy a traditional South African dinner at Sandpiper Leisure Centre.

Day Two: Breakfast and transfer by road to the Cape St Blaize Cave. Walk the St Blaize Hiking Trail - a contour path along the cliffs. You may choose to visit the Pinnacle Point Caves for an optional Point of Human Origins Tour along the way (additional cost). At the end of today’s walk, our shuttle will return you to Sandpiper Cottages for dinner and overnight. Today’s walking: 15 km.

Day Three: After breakfast, walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shoreline via Vleesbaai, Fransmanshoek, and Cape Vacca to Kanon. (For the fit and adventurous - there're some huge sand dunes on this route!) Return by road to Boggomsbaai for dinner at the Sandpiper Leisure Centre, and overnight at Sandpiper Cottages. Today’s walking: 21 km.

Day Four: Breakfast and prize giving at Sandpiper Leisure Centre. Visit the SAPREC Penguin Rehabilitation Centre en route to Mossel Bay.
Oystercatcher Trail




3-Night Sandpiper Walkabout

uided walking on sections of the Oystercatcher Trail.

You'll carry only your day pack, and stay overnight in the luxury Sandpiper Cape Cottages.

Sandpiper Walkabout: our fully catered, 3 night, 4 day breakaway

Explore selected sections of the Oystercatcher Trail with our expert guides
Carry only your day pack - we’ll transport you by road to and from your accommodation before and after each days’ walking.
Includes excursions to Seal Island and Penguin Rehabilitation Centre
Add a Point of Human Origins Tour as an optional (highly recommended!) extra

Rates include:

Guides
A Seal Island Cruise in Mossel Bay
A visit to SAPREC Penguin Rehabilitation Centre in Mossel Bay
Accommodation in guest house luxury
All meals (with the fully-catered package) - including packed lunches on walking days
You’ll walk carrying just your daypack - but you’ll leave with more than a pack-full of memories!

Optional extras :

A Point of Human Origins Tour (90 minutes) - with qualified and enthusiastic guides.
George Airport transfers.
Drinks will be for your own account.
Program

Day One: Begin your holiday with a boat trip to Seal Island in Mossel Bay. Then check in at Sandpiper Cottages in Boggomsbaai, and enjoy a traditional South African dinner at Sandpiper Leisure Centre.

Day Two: Breakfast and transfer by road to the Cape St Blaize Cave. Walk the St Blaize Hiking Trail - a contour path along the cliffs. You may choose to visit the Pinnacle Point Caves for an optional Point of Human Origins Tour along the way (additional cost). At the end of today’s walk, our shuttle will return you to Sandpiper Cottages for dinner and overnight. Today’s walking: 15 km.

Day Three: After breakfast, walk from Boggomsbaai along the beach and rocky shoreline via Vleesbaai, Fransmanshoek, and Cape Vacca to Kanon. (For the fit and adventurous - there're some huge sand dunes on this route!) Return by road to Boggomsbaai for dinner at the Sandpiper Leisure Centre, and overnight at Sandpiper Cottages. Today’s walking: 21 km.

Day Four: Breakfast and prize giving at Sandpiper Leisure Centre. Visit the SAPREC Penguin Rehabilitation Centre en route to Mossel Bay.
Vendor : Oystercatcher Trail

, Bonito Street,, Boggomsbaai, Western Cape, South Africa

View Vendor Information

No. of Records 1 - 34 of 34