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AFRICA Mont Rochelle, Franschhoek


CLASSIC SOUTH AFRICA


10 DAYS from £2095 (per person twin share with flights)


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A fantastic introduction to South Africa at exceptional value


DAY 1 – Fly to Cape Town Fly overnight with South African Airways to Cape Town


DAYS 2/3 – Cape Town Stay 2 nights at Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel. At leisure.


DAYS 4/5 – Oudtshoorn Travel through the ‘Little Karoo’, en route to Oudtshoorn. Visits include a tour of a working Ostrich Farm and Cango Caves. 2 nights at La Plume Guest House.


DAYS 6/7 – Knysna Join the Garden Route at George and continue onto Knysna. Included visits to Tsitsikamma Forest and Plettenberg Bay. 2 nights at Knysna Log Inn.


Boulders beach penguin Camps Bay


DAY 8 – Hermanus Continue via Mossel Bay and Swellendam to Hermanus, one of the best places to spot southern right whales during their annual migration. Overnight at Auberge Burgundy.


MONT ROCHELLE, FRANSCHHOEK Located overlooking the beautiful Franschhoek Valley, the luxurious Mont Rochelle offers a choice of 16 bedrooms and 6 sumptuous suites that evoke a feeling of intimate elegance. Fantastic food, exceptional local wine and stunning surroundings provide a perfect blend of style and comfort.


LE QUARTIER FRANCAIS, FRANSCHHOEK A small, privately owned auberge situated in the heart of Franschhoek, Le Quartier Français offers stylish Provençal elegance and old world charm amidst the verdant landscapes of Cape winelands. The 22 luxurious rooms open onto the beautiful courtyard garden which leads to the award-winning restaurant.


DAYS 9/10 – Fly to UK Travel the vineyard rich area of Stellenbosch, enjoy a wine tasting session. Return to Cape Town and fly South African Airways to Heathrow. Arrive the following day.


DEPARTURES JAN-DEC


LUXURY RETREATS OF SOUTH AFRICA NEW


14 DAYS from £3395 (per person twin share with flights)


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Luxury highlights of South Africa, a journey bursting with added extras and upgrades


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DAY 1 – Fly to Cape Town Fly overnight with South African Airways to Cape Town


DAYS 2 to 4 – Cape Town Relax at the exquisite Cape Royale Luxury Hotel for 3 nights. Guided tour of the Cape Peninsula.


DAYS 5/6 – Franschhoek Journey to the gastronomic village of Franschhoek, stay 2 nights at the Franschhoek Country House and Villas.


DAYS 7 to 9 – Kruger Fly from Cape Town to Kruger, 3 nights at Shumbalala Game Lodge. Daily game drives in search of the ‘Big Five’.


DAY 10 – Mpumalanga Province After a final game drive this morning, transfer to Cybele Forest Lodge and Spa, stay for 3 nights.


THE BLUE TRAIN The very epitome of luxury, the Blue Train has long been a royal favourite. Travelling between Cape Town and Pretoria the personal service recalls the style of yesteryear. Living up to its reputation for fine living, the carriages offer modern comfort, whilst the dining car provides gourmet cuisine.


DAYS 11/12 – Mpumalanga Province Time free to relax at this stunning Relais & Chateaux retreat.


DAYS 13/14 – Fly to the UK Today fly with South African Airways flight to Heathrow, arrive the following day.


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