A winning combination.
With a cloud still looming over international travel, there’s hardly a better time to take advantage of our beautiful country and tick off the bucket-list favourites we’ve been dreaming about.
This Coast to Wilderness Special – for South African residents only – is the perfect opportunity to experience two of the Cape’s leading travel destinations (Sanbona Wildlife Reserve and The Twelve Apostles) over four unforgettable nights.
Your trip begins with a three-night stay at Sanbona (inclusive of all meals, nonalcoholic drinks, twice daily nature drives with drinks and guided walks), before you head off along Route 62 towards the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. Once in Cape Town, you will enjoy a complimentary overnight stay at the Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa, inclusive of full English breakfast, a room upgrade and access to the hydrotherapy facilities.
The details Stay at Sanbona (Gondwana Lodge or Dwyka Tented Lodge) for three nights and receive a fourth night at The Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa for free.
Cost R13 650 per person sharing (for four nights)
Tucked beneath the majestic Warmwaterberg Mountains in the heart of the Little Karoo, Sanbona is the Western Cape’s answer to an authentic wilderness experience, where Big Five-spotting is a highlight. A mere three-hour drive from Cape Town, the malaria-free reserve spans 58 000 hectares and offers the type of immersion into nature that stays with you long afterwards.
Gondwana Family Lodge
Designed for families, Gondwana Lodge features 12 lovely rooms, each with a spacious en-suite bathroom, and a private balcony, offering views of the endless Anysberg Mountains and Bellair dam. In the main building is a stylishly appointed lounge and a dining area that opens onto a reserve-facing pool terrace, where meals are served. There’s also a boma for braai evenings under the stars – where moonlit marshmallow-roasting is a highlight for kiddies!
Dwyka Tented Lodge
This glamping lodge, surrounded by 350-million-year-old rock formations, is swathed in solitude – with nine luxury two-sleeper tents generously spaced out in the bend of the dried-up Bobbejaanskrans River, each with its own Jacuzzi-clad private deck, outdoor and indoor shower, a bath, tea- and coffee-making facilities, air conditioning and dramatic cliff-facing views.
Distance from CT 3.5 hours
Pet friendly? No
Address Route 62, between Montagu and Barrydale
About The Twelve Apostles
This five-star boutique hotel and spa at the foot of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range is a seaside sanctuary whose dreamy location – between mountain and sea – is what sets it apart. From sunrise to sunset, the glistening ocean provides the perfect backdrop to a sumptuous stay, while beautifully manicured gardens surrounded by the wild mountain landscape create an overriding sense of tranquillity.
Distance from CT 10 minutes
Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? Yes
Address Victoria Street, Camps Bay, Cape Town
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