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Day 1 Cape Town International Airport – Cape Town
Distance: ± 25 km

Arrival at Cape Town International Airport. Start your journey with a readily booked rental car and drive to your accommodation. In the afternoon you have time to relax in the garden with a beautiful view or for a first leisurely stroll through the most beautiful corners of Cape Town.

Day 2 – 4 Cape Town und surrounding area
Distance: depending on your ventures

You have three days to explore and experience what Cape Town has to offer. There are several street markets, and a mix of historical and modern buildings, which are worth strolling through, simply because of their charm. On Long Street you can sit in one of the nice cafés and enjoy the colourful ambience.

A recommendable day trip is a round trip over the Cape Peninsula. On the way you can visit the penguin colony at Boulders Beach. At the Cape of Good Hope we recommend a short walk along the beach to let the wind blow around your nose.

If the weather is fine, the trip up Table Mountain is of an absolute highlight. Enjoy the spectacular views of the city and the ocean from the mountain top. Below Table Mountain you’ll find the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, which is home to roughly 25 000 different plant species and promises to be worth a visit.

Take a boat ride to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner and learn more about the history with a guided tour of the island.

Day 5 Cape Town – Paternoster
Distance: ± 170 km

Drive northwest to Paternoster, a small picturesque fishing village. Your cosy accommodation is located directly on the beach and from the rooms or the terrace you enjoy an unforgettable view of the wide pristine beaches.

Day 6 Paternoster
Distance: depending on your ventures

Today you can stroll through the village of Paternoster and browse through the art studios and shops. There is also the option of a long walk in the Columbine Nature Reserve and a visit to the lighthouse. You can go fishing in Tietiesbaai or simply go for a walk on the beach. Dolphins can often be observed playing in the waves. For the more adventurous there is an opportunity to book a kayak tour or a boat tour in the nearby Velddrif.

Day 7 Paternoster – Clanwilliam – Cederberge
Distance: ± 270 km

It goes inland through Citrusdal and Clanwilliam into the Cederberg. Enjoy the scenic drive from Clanwilliam into the mountains, the landscape features sensational rock formations, small and large dams surrounded by wild meadows. Breath in natural tranquillity and quietness – the perfect place to really unwind.

Day 8 & 9 Cederberg Mountains
Distance: depending on your ventures

Time to relax in the romantic Cederberg on the banks of the Doring River, where you can refresh yourself in its crystal clear water. Sunbathing on one of the lonely river banks, a birdwatching tour or an extended hike through the fantastic mountain landscape are among the many activities available. You might like to have some fun paddling down stream in an inflatable boat or take a trip to a rooibos tea plantation in the area.

Day 10 Cederberg – Wellington
Distance: ± 240 km

This route leads back the way we came, in the direction of Wellington, which lies at the foot of the historical Bainskloof Pass with magnificent views over the vineyards.

Day 11 & 12 Wellington & Surroundings
Distance: depending on your ventures

You have two days to explore the surroundings: You can take a ride over the Bainskloof Pass with beautiful views, hike to the nearby rock pools and waterfalls, mountain bike, stroll along the vineyards, olive groves and orange plantations or just relax by the large swimming pool and the rose and lavender gardens. A guided tour through the wine cellars with wine tasting should not be missed either.

Day 13 Wellington – Cape Town International Airport
Distance: ± 75 km

Drive through the wine landscape and via the university town of Stellenbosch to Cape Town International Airport, where rental car is dropped off. Fly back home after an unforgettable holiday