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4 Day Cape to Addo Safari Tour

  • All transportation included from Cape Town and along the Garden Route so travelers can focus on the scenery
  • Entrance fees to attractions and national parks
  • Choice of activities each day so you can tailor your itinerary
4 Day Cape to Addo Safari Tour
From USD 370.86
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4 Day Cape to Addo Safari Tour
From USD 370.86
Arranging a whirlwind tour of the Garden Route on your own can be stressful, but booking this 4-day Cape Town to Addo safari means all the details are arranged in advance so you can just enjoy the ride. Perfect for those short on time, this action-packed tour includes a visit to Cango Caves, surfing in Jeffrey's Bay, bungee jumping, and visits to the Addo Elephant Sanctuary, Cango Endangered Wildlife Ranch, and Tsitsikamma National Park. Most day's itineraries have optional activities, so you can choose to explore on your own or take your pick of what interests you.
What to Expect

Day 1 ǀ Cape Town to Oudtshoorn Little Karoo, Cango Caves, Wildlife Rehabilitation Ranch (D)
We leave the Mother City behind and head into the semi-arid Little Karoo along the scenic Route 62 driving to the town of Oudtshoorn, known as the ostrich capital of the world. Choose between:
1. The Cango Caves which is a world heritage site and one of the great wonders of the natural world.
2. Guided tour of the Cango Endangered Wildlife Ranch for an opportunity to cage dive with crocodiles* (optional activity) and view and learn about many rare and endangered animal species.
We then head over to the beach town of Sedgefield where we spend our first night.

* Accommodation: Cape to Addo Backpacker dorm, Sedgefield

Day 2 ǀ Sedgefield – Jeffrey’s Bay Monkey Sanctuary, Elephant Sanctuary, Kloofing, Bloukrans Bungee & Tsitsikamma National Park (B/ D)
This morning we drive through Knysna on our way to the Crags where you have a number of options to choose from:
1. Elephant Sanctuary where you learn about orphaned elephants
2. Monkey Sanctuary where rescued monkeys roam free in a large jungle area* (optional activity).
Our next stop is the World’s highest commercial Bungee Jump at 216 meters where you have the opportunity to experience this adrenalin pumping activity* (optional activity). To end the day we take a beautiful walk through the indigenous Tsitsikamma National Park to the Storms river swing bridges before we head to the famous surfing town of Jeffreys Bay.

* Accommodation: Island Vibe Backpacker dorm, Jeffrey's Bay

Day 3 ǀ Jeffrey’s Bay – Addo National Park – Sedgefield Game Drive (Addo), Surfing, shopping time (Jeffrey’s bay) (B/ D)
There are 2 options to choose:
1. Sleep in and take some time exploring the towns many surf factory shops, or go for a surf lesson in one of the most famous surf spots on earth.
2. Wake up early and head to Addo Elephant National park where we go on a morning game drive to view the multitudes of wild animals.
We then take a relaxed drive back towards Sedgefield for the night. If there is time available we will visit the famous Knysna Heads for some absolutely amazing pictures.

* Accommodation: Cape to Addo Backpacker dorm, Sedgefield

Day 4 ǀ Sedgefield to Cape Town: Return to Cape Town via Sir Lowry’s Pass (B)
After breakfast overlooking the ocean in Sedgefield, we start our journey back to Cape Town. For our first stop we will enjoy canoeing down a tranquil river, followed by a short hike to a stunning waterfall. We then visit an Aloe factory in Albertinia and enjoy a wonderful scenic drive via Swellendam and Sir Lowry’s Pass. We arrive in Cape Town late Thursday afternoon.

Reviews (9)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 9 July 2018
Hutzo and Cape to Addo are AMAZING!

My mom and I did the 4 day Cape to Addo tour in July and Hutzo was an amazing tour guide. We had a fabulous time. This company is well organized and professional yet very friendly and welcoming. We spent a lot of time in...More

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank SarahK7041
Barry O, Manager at Cape Xtreme, responded to this reviewResponded 20 July 2018

Dear Sarah. Thank you for taking the time to review us on TripAdvisor. We are very happy to hear that you enjoyed your time with us on the 4 day Cape to Addo Tour. We will definitely relay your appreciation on to Khotso. We look...More

Reviewed 13 May 2018
An Unforgettable Experience!

I was a little skeptical about booking this safari at first, but I can confidently say it was worth it and am so glad I did it! Absolutely everything was taken care of which made getting so much done in such little time so easy....More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Valerie P
Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile
Awesome and unforgettable Cape Tour! Just Do It!

I went on the best Cape tour possible with the friendly, knowledgeable and fun guide Khotso at Cape Xtreme. We had a group of 9 in a comfortable van and had an unforgettable overview of the Garden Route, Addo National Park, and Jeffrey’s Bay. The...More

Thank LAInsiderTours
Reviewed 1 May 2018
Most incredible trip - with the equally incredible Khotso!

This trip was absolutely packed with included activities and optional extras. The accomodation throughout the trip could not be faulted and the whole thing went off without a hitch. It is an awesome way of seeing and doing so many things in such a short...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank _jessica_wakelam
Reviewed 6 March 2018
we LOVE Wendy!!

Such an amazing tour with an even more amazing group of people. Wendy was incredibly knowledgable and organized the tour to fit our group perfectly. I decided to go on this tour very last minute and appreciated that everything was set up for us. From...More

Date of experience: February 2018
2  Thank EricaM3081
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