Wild Life Safari - Breede River Valley Tour

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 : Cape Town – Game Reserve
Pick up at the doorstep of your hotel or lodge and transfer Game reserve
Welcome cocktails
A hearty buffet lunch is served before the game drive departs
2 – 3 hour game drive accompanied by an experienced Ranger. Visit original Bushmen Khoi San Rock art. 12h30: Enjoy a full buffet lunch in our African Style Restaurant. Visit our African curio shop and then relax around our pool + bar area to spend the rest of the day in an African atmosphere.
Traditional South African dinner
Luxury or Premier Luxury Chalet accommodation
Check in your accommodation in the reserve
Overnight in the Game Reserve

                

Day 2 : Game Reserve – Breede River Valley & River Boat
Early Morning Game Drive
Buffet Breakfast
Check Out of Cottage , check out your Safari lodge , meet our representative and travel towards Breede River
Experience the Western Cape magnificent Mountain scenery
Visit the Museum of Tulbagh (the epicenter of our Earthquake in the 1960's)
Visit Ceres our Citrus Fruit farming area.
Visit Worcester, (Kleinplasie Museum) which showcases how people used to survive in the early 1700 to 1800's.
Overnight in Breede river Valley .

          

Day 3 : Breede River Valley
Breakfast at your lodge
Day at leisure
Optional Activities :
River Boat
River Rafting

Day 4 : Breede River – Cape Town
Breakfast at your lodge
Check out , meet our representative and travel to Cape Town
* Arrival Cape Town

About the Safari :
The big 5 overnight safari can include sighting all 5 of Africa’s wildlife legends. Elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino, synonymous with Africa, roam the outskirts of Aquila Private Game Reserve

About the Breede River Valley :
The Breede River Valley is the largest fruit and wine producing valley in the Western Cape and is South Africa's leading racehorse breeding area. This semiarid area, part of the Little Karoo, offers magnificent scenery and is known for its indigenous fynbos and proteas. The clear mountain streams are in stark contrast with their rugged surrounds and the wildlife in the reserves offer visitors a chance to get a taste of Africa.