5-Day Tour from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

Multi-day & Extended Tours, Your centrally located Port Elizabeth accommodation to Cape Town

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A 5 day one way small group tour starting in Port Elizabeth and ending in Cape Town. Highlights include: Jeffreys Bay, The Garden Route, Oudtshoorn & Cape Agulhas (the southernmost point on the African continent). Optional Addo Elephant Park Safari.
Day 1: Port Elizabeth to Jeffreys BayToday we take a short scenic drive from Port Elizabeth towards the surfing capital of Africa, Jeffreys Bay. Jeffrey's Bay is a surfers paradise. With ivory sands, sparkling surf and a sexy temperate climate, J'Bay is the perfect fix for a beach addicts. It is home to some of the most perfect waves, but it's also a shell collectors dream.Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)Day 2: Jeffreys Bay to Sedgefield (B)After an optional activity morning, we head to the gorgeous town of Sedgefield in the heart of the Garden Route. Along the way we will stopover at the Bloukraans Bridge, here you will have the opportunity to bungy jump off the worlds highest bungy bridge (216m). Don’t miss this chance! We will arrive in time for sundowners on the beach. The evening will be spent around the bonfire and for those who dare, a game of beer pong!Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)Day 3: Sedgefield to Oudtshoorn (B)After a relaxing morning exploring the first official “slowtown” in Africa and the fossilized dunes of Myoli Beach we will then make our way to the ostrich capital of the world, Oudtshoorn via the scenic Outeniqua pass. Here we will spend the rest of the day visiting the Cango Caves and a local operating ostrich farm where you will have an opportunity to ride one these amazing birds.Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)Day 4: Oudtshoorn to Cape Agulhas (B)After breakfast we depart for Cape Agulhas. This is the true southernmost point of Africa. On arrival you will have the rest of the day free to explore the area. The coastline is dotted with shipwrecks, the birdlife is exceptional, with a choice of fynbos, wetland and coastal birds and you can climb the infamous lighthouse.Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)Day 5: Cape Agulhas to Cape Town (B)On the final day we head to Cape Town via the beautiful R44. We will stop for lunch in the scenic town of Hermanus, afterwards we will stop over in Betty’s bay to view one of only 3 land based African penguin colonies in South Africa. We will arrive in Cape Town late in the afternoon where the tour will end.

What’s included

  • 4 Nights shared accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Local guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Fossilized Dune Walk
  • Cango Caves Tour
  • Ostrich Farm Tour
  • Cape Agulhas National Park

What’s not included

  • Drinks
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Gratuities

Highlights

  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Breakfast included
  • Multi-Day Trip
  • Small-group tour by minibus
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

Itinerary

Day 1: Port Elizabeth to Jeffreys Bay Today we take a short scenic drive from Port Elizabeth towards the surfing capital of Africa, Jeffreys Bay. Jeffrey's Bay is a surfers paradise. With ivory sands, sparkling surf and a sexy temperate climate, J'Bay is the perfect fix for a beach addicts. It is home to some of the most perfect waves, but it's also a shell collectors dream. Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)
Day 2: Jeffreys Bay to Sedgefield (B) After an optional activity morning, we head to the gorgeous town of Sedgefield in the heart of the Garden Route. Along the way we will stopover at the Bloukraans Bridge, here you will have the opportunity to bungy jump off the worlds highest bungy bridge (216m). Don’t miss this chance! We will arrive in time for sundowners on the beach. The evening will be spent around the bonfire and for those who dare, a game of beer pong! Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)
Day 3: Sedgefield to Oudtshoorn (B) After a relaxing morning exploring the first official “slowtown” in Africa and the fossilized dunes of Myoli Beach we will then make our way to the ostrich capital of the world, Oudtshoorn via the scenic Outeniqua pass. Here we will spend the rest of the day visiting the Cango Caves and a local operating ostrich farm where you will have an opportunity to ride one these amazing birds. Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)
Day 4: Oudtshoorn to Cape Agulhas (B) After breakfast we depart for Cape Agulhas. This is the true southernmost point of Africa. On arrival you will have the rest of the day free to explore the area. The coastline is dotted with shipwrecks, the birdlife is exceptional, with a choice of fynbos, wetland and coastal birds and you can climb the infamous lighthouse. Overnight: Shared Backpacker Dormitory Accommodation (Private room and hotel upgrades available)
Day 5: Cape Agulhas to Cape Town (B) On the final day we head to Cape Town via the beautiful R44. We will stop for lunch in the scenic town of Hermanus, afterwards we will stop over in Betty’s bay to view one of only 3 land based African penguin colonies in South Africa. We will arrive in Cape Town late in the afternoon where the tour will end.
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