DEPART 06h15 - 07h00 | RETURN 18h00
Out of the city into the wild

This one-day safari tour allows Cape Town visitors to get up-close and personal with Africa’s most famous animals all just a short drive from Cape Town. This tour is perfect for people wanting to make the most of their time and enjoy a safari without sacrificing too much travel time in the country. Also, as the reserve is situated in the Western Cape, you will never need to worry about the risk of malaria, and a one day safari is easily and conveniently slotted into your schedule as a fun day outing to enjoy some of the Cape’s most stunning flora and fauna.

Cape Town Full Day Safari OVERVIEW

1 Travel via the Wine Route & Klein Karoo
2 Fruit growing region of Ceres
3 Welcome drinks on arrival
4 Two hour Game drive in open air 4 x 4
5 Lunch under the pool in Summer or by the fireplace in Winter
6 Relax by the pool in Summer or by the Fireplace in Winter
7 Return to Cape Town via The Huguenot Tunnel


Welcome drinks
Game Drive


Extra drinks

What to Expect on the Cape Town Full Day Safari

The Ceres Fruit Valley

(Drive by)

The early morning pick-up from your hotel will allow you to see all the beauty of the Cape Town landscape in the beautiful colours of the morning’s light. The world-famous Ceres Fruit Valley will have you gazing into the beauty of stunning sceneries, plantations bathing in the beautiful valley encircled by a majestic mountain range.

The Klein Karoo

(Drive by)

The Klein Karoo area is one of the most beautiful areas in the Western Cape, bounded on the north by the Swartberg, and on the south by the Langeberg and Outeniqua mountains. This area was first explored by European settlers in the late 17th century, who came across only Khoisan people living in this dry area. Today, the area is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Cape, with a number of fascinating small towns including Ladismith, Calitzdorp, De Rust, and well-known mission stations such as Zoar, Amalienstein, Barrydale, Dysselsdorp and Ceres. No tour through the Klein Karoo would be complete without a visit to Inverdoorn however!



Over 1,200 wild animals can be seen at Inverdoorn, with a number of species including lion, cheetah, Black rhino, eland, leopard, jackal, Cape clawless otter and many more. Bird life is equally prolific, with a number of local and migratory species to be found across the reserve. Bird species you may encounter on this Cape Town safari include African fish eagle, blackbreasted snake eagle, giant kingfisher, Cape vulture, Cape eagle owl, flamingo, ostrich, secretary bird, sacred ibis, spotted eagle owl, black stork, barn owl and jackal buzzard to name just a few. A game drive across the reserve is the perfect way to take on the plentiful game and bird life that can be found at Inverdoorn.

A two-hour game drive as well as a visit to the Lion Preservation Project will leave you with wonderful memories of moments shared with some of nature’s most exquisite animals.

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