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Operates: Daily from Cape Town
Duration: 6 days / 5 nights (or with Winelands extension: 8 days / 7 nights)
Includes: 6 nights’ accommodation as indicated. Transfers and tours as indicated. Meals as indicated: B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner
Highlights: Cape Town
Excludes: Optional tours and activities. Items of a personal nature, gratuities
Notes: Minimum 2 Passengers
Accommodation: 3* or 4* hotels

Hotels used – 3* option:
Cape Town: Ritz Hotel or similar
Stellenbosch: Protea Hotel Stellenbosch (or similar). Superior room. Hotels used – 4* option:
Cape Town: Protea Hotel President (or similar). Superior, sea-facing room.
Stellenbosch: D’Ouwe Werf (or similar).

Day 1
Arrival in Cape Town, you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Rest of day at leisure in Cape Town.
Overnight: Cape Town.

Day 2
A full day’s ‘free and easy’ sightseeing, using the double-decker bus which leaves several times a day from your hotel, stopping at the cable-car station to Table Mountain; at the Two Oceans Aquarium in the Waterfront, and stopping at many museums and other attractions, as well as at Camps Bay, one of Cape Town’s most popular beach areas.
Overnight: Cape Town. (B)

Day 3,4 and 5
At leisure in Cape Town. There is so much to see and do. Depending on interests and the children’s ages, here are some of the attractions:

• Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cape Town. With so much on offer it is an ideal day out for the whole family. Giant crabs, seals, turtles and an enormous predator tank filled with sharks and rays are just a few of the scintillating attractions to excite and entertain you. The feeding in the predator tank is especially fascinating and takes place at 15:00 daily. Watch ragged tooth sharks tear into pieces of meat as divers feed the feared species.

• Ratanga Junction has been specifically designed to provide entertainment for the entire family. From full loop rollercoaster rides for daredevil kids to mare relaxing and serene boat and train trips for those who enjoy the finer details and even a selection of live music and restaurants where parents can take time out. Even the most active of kids will struggle to do it all. An exciting new inclusion is the snake and bird show which showcases some of South Africa’s most spectacular species. The theme park is open seasonally so be sure to check on its running dates below before rushing out for a day of excitement!

• Monkey Town is home to over 200 primates who roam freely around a large enclosure. You can view these mischievous monkeys from an enclosed walkway which winds through their habitat. A firm favourite is the interaction area where visitors can play with and hold monkeys while closely observing their curious mannerisms. The restaurant provides for a welcome refreshment and meal whilst the gift shop will cater for all your gift and curio needs. Monkey World is an exciting day out for any kid and is truly an experience to remember!

• Hiking up Table Mountain: Together with your guide, set out on a thrilling ascent to Table Mountain's Highest Point. A spectacular guided walk up Platteklip Gorge to Maclear's Beacon, the highest point of Table Mountain. You will be rewarded with unrivalled views of the Cape Peninsula and beyond. Once you have reached the top of Table Point, you can walk around the plateau admiring the views in all directions.

• Cape Point tour, with a stop in Hout Bay for optional Seal Island cruise, and stop in Simonstown for optional visit to the Boulders penguin colony.

• Why not book a boat trip in the V&A Waterfront? You will hopefully catch a glimpse of the Cape Fur Seals, frolicking between the boats or simply snoozing on the Seal Landing.

Overnight: Cape Town. (B)

Day 6
You will be collected at your hotel and transferred to Cape Town’s airport, to continue with other Family Fun holidays in South Africa. (B)

Day 5
A day at leisure in St. Lucia. Greater St Lucia Wetland Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the conservation of the diversity and natural beauty of this unique portion of Southern Africa’s East Coast. Lake St Lucia stretches over 62km in length and forms the centrepiece of this patchwork of 8 interlinking ecosystems, which have a total of 526 bird species, 96 land mammals and 109 reptile species! The rocky and sandy shores form part of a marine protected area that is 280km in length, extending 5km out The Park comprises a number of conservation areas, the oldest of which is the St Lucia Game Reserve, established in 1895. St. Lucia Estuary is the gateway to the Eastern Shores of Lake St Lucia. The region contains the highest vegetated dunes in the world, extensive and diverse wetland systems, as well as coastal grasslands with an associated fauna which includes the Africa's highest density of common reedbuck. Numerous waterfowl, grassland, forest and sea birds provide an attraction to birdwatchers from around the world. You can take a drive to Cape Vidal for superb swimming in the tropical Indian Ocean, this is also a great spot for snorkeling. Fishing is another option, or you can book a canoe-safari. Your lodge with its swimming pool is also a great place to relax.
Overnight: Lidiko Lodge or similar, St. Lucia. (B)

Day 6
Today, drive an hour north to Hluhluwe village, and your lodge set amongst the sandforest trees. Antelope often walk through camp, and the birdwatching is also excellent. In the afternoon, your guide will take you for a ‘sunset’ walk along the shores of False Bay. False Bay Park is over 22kms long with an abundance of vegetation of open woodland and sand forests. It’s a great area for wildlife hikes where you will see zebra, cheetah, kudu, warthog and numerous other buck species. Not to forget the mischievous monkeys who frequent the area. Fishing is also very popular here amongst visitors, as well as it being a prime birding spot. Enjoy ‘sundowners’ and explore the area on foot. Early to bed tonight, because tomorrow we leave before sunrise for a full-day safari!
Dinner and overnight: Umkhumbi Lodge. (B,D)

Alternatively:

Day 6
You will be collected at your hotel and transferred to Stellenbosch, this is the heart of the Cape Winelands. Stellenbosch oozes history and charm all at the same time and your hotel is centrally located. Spend the afternoon exploring Stellenbosch on foot, or hire bicycles for a cycle tour of Stellenbosch.
Overnight: Stellenbosch. (B)

Day 7
A full day’s “Hop On, Hop Off” winelands tour. Stellenbosch winelands lies in one of the most beautiful valleys in the South Africa. Enjoy visiting the many wine farms in the area. Wine tasting, cheese and chocolate tasting as well as experiencing the wonderful cuisine offered on these wine estates are all part of this memorable winelands experience, you choose which farms you want to stop at and pay for the winetasting on the spot. Enjoy "hopping" from one wine farm to another on this special tour. You may stay as long as you wish at each farm, just "hop" aboard the next shuttle. Your should definitely ‘hop off’ at Spier, as there are many attractions for children at this estate:

• Cheetah Outreach Programme: Spier has made land available to a group of hand-raised cheetahs. Learn more about these incredible cats from a distance, or get up close and personal and even step inside an enclosure. Entrance donations help fund the Cheetah Outreach Programme.

• Eagle Encounters Raptor Rehabilitation Centre: Eagle Encounters is a bird of prey rehabilitation, education, conservation and eco-tourism centre. The long-term vision of the Eagle Encounters project is that the organisations helps to preserve the eco-environment by protecting birds of prey through the re-release of rehabilitated birds back into the wild, and through creating community awareness of birds of prey. Watch how ancient falconry techniques are used to train them to hunt. Flying demonstrations are held daily.

• Horse trails are open to all horse riders, regardless of experience. Supervised pony and cart rides are available on the lawns of the estate for children.
Overnight: D’Ouwe Werf, Stellenbosch. (B)

Day 8
You will be collected at your hotel in Stellenbosch and transferred to Cape Town’s airport. (B)
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Cape Town Family Fun (6 Days)
Per adult sharing room with 1 or 2 children Rands 5,916. Per Child under 12(max 2 children)sharing with 2 adults Rands 216.

Cape Town & Winelands Family Fun (8 days)
Per Adult sharing room with 1 or 2 children Rands 8,136. Per Child under 12(max 2 children)sharing with 2 adults Rands 1,848.
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