The Cape Town to Kruger National Park Tour is one of luxury and safari. Starting from the ‘Mother City’, Cape Town is well known for its vibe as favorable destination. If its not for scenic drive round Camps Bay, Hout bay and the Cape point then its all about wine. Even more impressing is its multi-culture from the Khoisan, Xhosa the Nama people, Afrikaans then french in Franschhoek.
Drive a bit up the St Lawry’s Pass and the City in a valley right at sea level displays its unmatched beauty. Beyond the mountains there are huge farms of the favorite fruit, the apple. Grabouw is the ‘apple country’. A few kilometres you come to Hermanus the ‘Whale City’. Hermanus has deep natural sea just by the shore that attracts whales to come as close to land. The enormous mammals are often seen here mating, and taking care of their young ones.
Another 2 hour drive you come to Mossel Bay and the amazing beauty become real on the Garden route. Arguably the most beautiful stretch of forests, mountains, lakes and rivers with the sea running parallel. The beaches are long and surfing here is a way of life. Jeffrey’s Bay is home of the best right hand surf break in the world. International surfers flock to catch the legendary waves. In this paradise of sunshine, aloes, dolphins, shells, perfect points and classic reefs.
Enough of the charming scenic drives in around the garden route as we head north to Graaff-Reinet. The oldest town in Eastern Cape province, on the Sundays River and enclosed by the Camdeboo NP. You’ll visit the Valley of Desolation. The panoramic view of the valley allow visitors to marvel at 200 million years of volcanic rock formations. AS if that is not enough the town has the Cape Dutch Architectural legacy. The Drostdy Hotel, John Rupert Theatre, Reinet House, The Anglican Church are just but a few examples.