Days 365 & 366 – Monday 22nd & Tuesday 23rd May 2017

You’d have thought that with just of a couple of days left to go things might start slowing down a little, but not for us. Apparently there’s no such thing as slowing down when you’re travelling with Nomad South African Adventure Tours! 

Day 18 – Oudtshoorn
This morning the adventurous can join a number of optional activities on offer in the resort town of Plettenberg Bay, the winter months (July to November) offer some of the finest Whale Watching in the world and an ocean safari is not to be missed during these months. For those less inclined to adventure on the high seas, the morning can be spent at leisure on the beach or exploring this holiday town. This afternoon we cross the Outeniqua Mountains as we wind our way to the Klein Karoo, we end the day with a visit to the impressive formations of the Cango Caves, we join a guided tour as we venture underground into this sprawling network of limestone caves.
Accommodation Kleinplaas Holiday Resort (Campsite with Shared Ablutions).

Day 19 – Oudtshoorn to Paarl
Our first stop this morning is an Ostrich Farm where we undertake a guide tour to learn more about the world’s largest birds. Travelling through the valley of the Klein Karoo, we follow the winding tarmac of Route 62. Road trips in South Africa are an exploration of the rural highlights that dot the lesser known byways of the land, no journey would be complete without sampling the offerings of a “Padstal” along the way. These small farm stalls offer a selection of homemade treats and bakes and are an important cog in the economies of rural towns. One of the more quirky highlights today is Ronnie’s Sex Shop, not a sex shop at all, but a rather interesting country pub! Our day ends with a celebratory dinner out. 
Accommodation Le bac Estate (Two per Room with En-suite Bathroom).

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About danstravelling

Dan Somogyi. Travelling the world 2016/17 with my girlfriend Abbie.
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