Tour Dates:17th to 28th April(12 days)
Tour Price:ZAR19,750 per person sharing (see below)
(Tour price fixed in ZAR, other rates subject to exchange rate fluctuations)
Tour Size: Limited to 6 participants and 1 RBT leader
17th April- Arrival in Cape Town and visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
18th April- Optional pelagic and the Cape Peninsula
19th April- Rooi Els and Betty’s Bay
20th April- Cape Town to Ceres
21st April- Ceres to Calvinia
22nd April- Calvinia & Brandvlei
23rd April- Calvinia to Springbok
24th April- Springbok & Port Nolloth
25th April- Springbok to Lambert’s Bay
26th April- Lambert’s Bay to Langebaan
27th April- Langebaan to Cape Town, via West Coast National Park
28th April- Depart
THIS TOUR CAN BE LINKED WITH
Budget Eastern South Africa I- 28th April to 9th May (12 days), ZAR20,250 per person sharing
For a detailed itinerary please contact us.
The fee for this Budget Western South Africa tour is ZAR19,750 per person sharing. (Please note: this does NOT include the cost of the optional pelagic excursion off Cape Town. As a general guideline, we suggest you budget +- ZAR TBA per person for this excursion.)
The single supplement costs for the Budget Western South Africa tour is ZAR1,400 and will be charged if you wish to have single accommodation. If RBT cannot provide you with a rooming partner although you choose to share, the single supplement will become applicable. We will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that a rooming partner is found if you do wish to share.
Should you wish to pay for this tour in Great British Pound (£), Euro (€), or US Dollar (US$), please refer to our website for the current exchange rate.
For Budget Western South Africa current exchange rates please click here.
•All breakfasts, except in Springbok;
•Reserve entrance fees;
•Any activities as mentioned in the itinerary; and
•All guiding services (including local guides and tour leaders).
The tour fee does not include:
•ANY international and domestic flights;
•The optional pelagic excursion off Cape Town (see above);
•Any lunches and dinners, as well as breakfasts in Springbok;
•Any gratuities; and
•Telephone calls, laundry and other items of a personal nature.
a) Due to constantly fluctuating exchange rates, we now quote our tours in 4 currencies. The tour price is however fixed only in the currency printed in bold (South African Rands), and the actual cost in the other currencies listed will be adjusted according to prevailing exchange rates at the time of final invoicing (usually 3 months before the tour.) The same applies to domestic flights (where applicable) and single supplement rates, which are also quoted in the respective fixed currency.
b) Rates are based upon group tariffs; if the tour does not have sufficient registration (a minimum of 6 paying participants) a small party supplement will have to be charged.
c) Furthermore, these costs are subject to unforeseen increases in tour related costs and may have to be adjusted as a result.
d) Lastly, we may be forced to change or alter the itinerary and / or the designated leader at short or no notice due to unforeseen circumstances; please be aware that we will attempt to adhere as close to the original program as possible.
Tipping (drivers, lodge and restaurant staff, local guides and your guide) is NOT included on this tour. Therefore, if you feel that your leader and/or any local staff or guides have given you excellent service, it is entirely appropriate to tip them.
•We will visit a variety of restaurants for lunches and dinners when these are available; however, on a few occasions you will be required to self-cater for dinners. On these days we will go to supermarkets en route to our lodgings where you will be able to purchase food provisions.
•Much of our time is spent in vehicles, as we do have to cover long distances in order to get to the best areas for birds and animals. The more luggage you pack the less room there is in the vehicle, so it is important for the comfort of yourself and your fellow travellers that you do not over-pack. Kindly stick to 20kg (44lb) for check in luggage and 8kg (+- 18lb) for hand luggage.
•A related issue is that in all areas that contain potentially dangerous animals you are confined to the vehicle and are, quite understandably, not allowed to exit.
•Crime is problematic in certain areas of South Africa. Exercise caution as you would for any big city where crime exists. Do not unnecessarily flaunt cash and valuables and do not leave valuables exposed in the vehicle.
Arrival and Departure details:
This tour does not include any airfares. The tour will depart from Cape Town International airport, South Africa, on day 1 no later than 12 noon. Further meeting details in this regard will be forwarded to you in due course. The tour will conclude after breakfast in Cape Town on day 12. If you wish to arrive early and/or depart late and would like assistance in this regard, kindly contact the office.
Johannesburg is the main port of entry for international flights in South Africa and is well serviced by all of the world’s major airlines, while Cape Town International Airport is also serviced by many airlines. If your international flight does not arrive directly in Cape Town, you will therefore require a domestic flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town. We have the capacity to advise you on the best route according to your preferences, but your local travel agent will best be able to book these flights for you. If you would like further assistance kindly contact the office and we will happily help you plan your route. However, please DO NOT book your international flights until you have consulted the office for confirmation on the status of the tour.
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