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When: Daily 08h00 – 17h00

Duration: 9 hours

Entrance included: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Chapman's Peak Toll Fee, Kirstenbosch Gardens

Options: Boat trip to Duiker Island( Seals), Penguins Colony at Boulders Beach, Cape Point Funicular

Meals included: None

Our journey to Cape Point takes us along the scenic Atlantic seaboard coastal road. We pass the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay with their soft white sand and assure blue water. The formidable 12 Apostles Peaks rise above the road on one side, while sheer cliffs and incredible rock formations drop into the icy Atlantic Ocean on the other side. There is no doubt the coast of the Cape peninsula offers magnificent scenery with its great biodiversity.

We arrive at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay with its imposing Sentinel. Visit Duiker Island (Seal Island) (own account) or shop for souvenirs at the craft market at the harbour.

Our tour continues over Chapman’s Peak which offers amazing photo opportunities, and onto the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This area is home to magnificent ‘fynbos’, many different species of buck and birds, the Cape Mountain Zebra, and mischievous baboons. These creatures entertain guests enjoying lunch at the restaurant which has splendid views of False Bay. Take the funicular (own account) to the lighthouse to see the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans at the Cape Point.

We visit Boulders Beach to see the Jackass penguins (own account) before arriving at the naval base of Simonstown, and then we venture inland to our last stop of the day at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. With the sun setting over the tall peaks of Table Mountain the last rays sparkle on the trees and flowers, and offer a fitting end to a day filled with all the Cape has to offer.


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18 Ayres street, Rosebank, Western Cape, South Africa

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Duration: 2 Days (approx.)

Location: Western Cape

SANBONA - The Western Cape’s Premier Wildlife Destination

Seated at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountain Range in

the heart of South Africa’s Little Karoo, Sanbona pays tribute

to the San people who made this arid environment their home

for centuries. Sanbona has an alluring atmosphere of stillness,

an air of isolation amid the raw beauty and boundless plains.

Sanbona and the spirit of the San people welcomes you.

Guest Activities

Game Drives:

Interactive game drives, lasting up to 3 hours, take place in the

tranquil moods of sunrise and sunset. You are guided by your

game ranger in an open game viewing vehicle and you are

asked to share any particular interests with your ranger who will

try to incorporate these into your game drive. On game drives

guests will enjoy a sundowner drink at sunset and coffee/tea at

sunrise. No persons under the age of 4 years are permitted to

join game drives.

Guided Nature: Walks

Qualified walking guides provide the opportunity for guests to

experience the excitement of tracking, bird, insect, plant and

animal dropping identification. No persons under the age of

16 years are permitted to join the nature walks. Kindly ensure

to request this activity at the time of booking accommodation

as nature walks are subject to the availability of qualified guides.

Relaxation Retreats

Various treatments can be enjoyed at our Relaxation Retreats

which are situated at Tilney Manor, Dwyka Tented Lodge and

Gondwana Family Lodge. Treatments can be booked prior to

arrival with reservations. Kindly visit our website for the latest

list of treatments available.

Stargazing & Story Telling

With the absence of artificial light, the stargazing at Sanbona

Wildlife Reserve is phenomenal and amongst the best in Southern

Africa. Interpretations about the constellations of the Southern

Hemisphere are given by knowledgeable guides. Romantic stories

of gods and goddesses banished to the heavens are woven into

astronomical facts and unfolds before your eyes. Discover the ancient

myths of the stories told by the San about their visions of the stars

Visit Rock Art Sites:

Rock art sites date back to more than 3500 years and depict

the spiritual beliefs and lives of the San Bushmen and KhoiKhoi

people of Southern Africa. The San Bushmen, referred to

themselves as the “first people”, and lived an aboriginal lifestyle

as hunter gatherers throughout Southern Africa. The KhoiKhoi

or “men of men” were nomadic pastoralists that utilized vast

areas of the present Western Cape to graze their herds of cattle

and sheep. The legacy of both people and especially the spiritual

experiences of the San with their God “Kaggen” are portrayed

in the caves and on the rock faces of Sanbona and provide a

glimpse into the lives of Africa’s original people. Kindly ensure to

request this activity at the time of booking accommodation.

Rock Formations and Features:

The geology of Sanbona Wildlife Reserve consists of sedimentary

sandstones, mudstones and siltstones from the Devonian era.

This period was the beginning of life on earth and trace fossils of

various marine invertebrates have been found. Qualified rangers

offer fascinating insight into the secrets that the rocks unfold,

bearing stories of distant past of the land that time has since

forgotten. Rocks progressively eroded and weathered to become

the life bearing soil of the Klein Karoo. Kindly ensure to request

this activity at the time of booking accommodation.

What To Pack

Sun block


Walking boots

Comfortable and casual clothing

Warm tops for game drives

Camera (300 - 600mm lenses for good photographs)

Medication for allergies
The reserve contains over 1200 wild animals, representing 28 different species and hundreds of species of birdlife. Out of all the private reserves this close to the Mother City, only Inverdoorn offers such a wide variety of free roaming species living in large family herds. Visitors can track animals during the game drive in the specifically designed Land Rover 4x4 game viewing vehicles, with rangers on hand to help you find the animals and provide accurate, up-to-date information of flora and fauna.

After a beautiful 2.5 hour drive, you will be welcomed with drinks and home-made biscuits at the lodge.

Overnight guests can experience the true essence of the Cape Safari as you observe the changing landscape throughout the different times of day. Experience the wonder of South Africa Karoo region

Day1: (Subject to change)

Pick up from accommodation in Cape Town

Guided Transfer

Arrival at the lodge at 12:00pm

Lunch outside under the trees at around 13:00pm

Buffet Lunch consist of 5 salads, 2 main course and 2 desserts

Safari in open 4X4 with a professional guide at 16:30pm

Opportunity to experience a “Cheetah Run”

Aperitif and dinner in the Inverdoorn Boma under the stars at 20:00pm

Overnight in our comfortable Guesthouse, Chalet or Luxury Chalet

Day2 :

Early morning safari with the sunrise 06:30am

English Breakfast at 09:00am

Check out around 10:30am

Return Transfer

Arrive back in Cape Town by 13:30

Guests can enjoy any of the numerous activities and attractions on offer at the authentic Karoo lodge: birding, swimming in our large slated pool, night sky watching, the cactus garden, chill area and gift shop.

Wild animals tend to rest during the middle of the day due to the African heat. With the overnight tour you get the prime game viewing trips when the animals are more active. The reserve runs a very successful Cheetah sanctuary and overnight visitors are treated to an exclusive tour of this programme.


Chalet ( 2 guests per unit) - 4 Star, Air conditioned, luxurious and private these are great for couples. Each has it own patio with views of the garden.Price includes Welcome drink, 2 Safaris, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast.

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