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Stop At: Inverdoorn Game Reserve Safaris, 112 Loop Street Cape Town South Africa, Cape Town Central 8060 South Africa
Enjoy a two-hour safari tour across the 10 000 ha game reserve in an open air 4x4 discovering the Big Five. As you enter, you may come across a herd of antelope before heading down towards the lions’ reserve. You will be amazed by the majestic sight of the male Cape Barbary lion which is a rare find! From thereon you will encounter an endless variety of antelope species, from the beautifully marked oryx, elands, wildebeests, threatened rhinos, springboks and herds of zebras. After thrilling twists and turns spotting giraffes, elephants and hippos you will arrive at the last stop before returning to the lodge for lunch – the cheetah rescue and rehabilitation centre, where you will gain key insight about their behaviour.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Ceres, Ceres, Witzenberg Municipality, Western Cape
The early morning pick-up from your hotel will give you the chance to see all the beauty of Cape Town's landscapes in the beautiful colours of the morning light. We then head to the world-famous Ceres Valley, named after the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility, which will have you gazing into the beauty of stunning sceneries and plantations bathing in the beautiful valley encircled by a majestic mountain range. Ceres offers many nature walks, cherry-picking during season and a variety of diverse birdlife found in the unique Fynbos vegetation. In winter, you may encounter a magnificent sight of snow falling on the higher mountain regions, making Ceres Valley a highly popular attraction.
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Klein Karoo Ostrich Emporium, 15 Rademeyer Street, Oudtshoorn 6625 South Africa
The Inverdoorn Game Reserve is located in the Klein Karoo, one of the most magnificent areas in the Western Cape, bounded on the North by the Swartberg (Black Mountain), and on the South by the Langeberg and Outeniqua mountain chains. The semi desert natural region was first explored by European settlers in the late 17th century, who came across only Khoisan people living in this dry area. (drive by)