Any holiday to Cape Town would not be complete without including a few nights safari. Depending on how much time you have, it is possible to do a day trip to one of the nearby big five game reserves, or you can take out 2-3 nights and enjoy a traditional safari experience. Access from Cape Town cannot be easier with daily direct flights to the prime game locations like Kruger, Eastern Cape and even the Madikwe region. The Durban safari area also offers a great selection of quality game reserves in the Hluhluwe region with easy access. We have included below a selection of our favourite safari lodges, however there are so many that it is impossible to include them all, so if the one you are looking for is not listed, please email / Anthea, phone +44 (0)20 7112 0019 for more information for your safari adventure.
The perfect place to stay for beaches, great restaurants and stunning viewsMore
Family friendly fishing village with a wonderful beachMore
Renowned for its beaches and fabulous wow propertiesMore
Good value accommodation, wide open spaces and the classic picture postcard view of Table MountainMore
Long open beach and amazing views over the bay to Cape Town and Table MountainMore
Closest beach to the city up the north coastline enabling good access to the city and the highways out and aboutMore
Charming small old historical town reputed to be the best town in the southern hemisphere to dine outMore
Set in the mountains Constantia is Cape Towns original wine regionMore
Rural atmosphere and rustic charm, known of its superb beach and vast wetlandsMore
A small village offering beach and mountains in a very relaxed chilled environmentMore
Trendy central upmarket location on the doorstep of the city offering smart accommodation in 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartmentsMore
The original settlement area of the city, gaily coloured terraced houses line cobbled streets along with cafes and galleriesMore
On the slopes of Table Mountain with good easy walking access into the cityMore
Well known for the ocean side promenade and the public swimming pools on the ocean edgeMore
Desirable upmarket location claims to be wind free renowned for its boutique hotelsMore
Trendy desirable location well known for its for 4 picturesque beachesMore
One of the original settlements on The Cape best know for Boulders Beach where the Penguins can be enjoyed and the Cape of Good HopeMore
Popular for its Indian Ocean beachesMore
Popular for its Indian Ocean beaches especially Blue Flag status Bikini BeachMore
Historical Wineslands town well known for its dining out and university
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Itineraries on Iphones!
Today we officially launch our new system whereby all our customers have the option to have their travel documents delivered to their phone or tablet using the Vamoos app. It includes interactive maps, real time weather forecast plus of course our famous destination guides. Currently available on iphone and ipad and soon to follow on other devices. If you are travelling this summer don’t forget to ask us
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We’re looking for people to take two mins to vote for Fleewinter in this years Guardian Travel Awards! Just click on the following link – http://www.global-research.net/guta/start.asp and under tour operator type in ‘fleewinter’ and rate our performance! You can pretty much ignore all other boxes and click submit at the end! Thank you so much!
Guardian Travel Awards 2014
This year we are in the running for the Guardian’s ‘Best Small Tour Operator’ Award and we would REALLY, REALLY, REALLY like to win! So provided you think we deserve it, we would be so grateful if you would take 2 minutes to fill out the following questionnaire – http://www.global-research.net/guta/start.asp
There are just three important boxes and the closing date is Friday 6th June:
1. Scroll down to the Tour Operator section and type Fleewinter into the ‘specify other’ box
2. Rate our performance
3. Then click through to the last page (ignoring the other questions if you wish).
Thank you all so very much!!