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A diverse coastline from Namibia to Mozambique

 
South Africa has one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines. It stretches 1,770 miles from the Namib desert, through the Cape to the tropical forests of Mozambique. From Namibia to Cape Town, the cold South Atlantic breaks against an arid, rocky shoreline. From Cape Town eastwards, the Indian Ocean waters become ever warmer. We can arrange luxury travel for your family to relax, explore, surf, snorkel and enjoy the wildlife on and around the coasts.
The Bay Hotel in Camp's Bay

A family holiday along the Garden Route 

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Teenage girl ziplining through nature reserve forest

A family holiday along the Garden Route 

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Game drive near elephant on garden route

A family holiday along the Garden Route 

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The Garden Route is the coastal strip from the Cape Winelands eastwards to Port Elizabeth. A stay in Cape Town combined with the Garden Route and a malaria-free safari makes for an exciting and diverse family holiday. You can explore historic winelands, go whale watching, zipline through coastal forests and relax on the beach. To round off, your children will be amazed as they encounter elephant, rhino, lion and many more on an exclusive Big Five wildlife reserve.
Girls snorkelling in KwaZulu Natal

Out on the ocean 

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Southern right whale tail above water

Out on the ocean 

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Great white shark leaping from water

Out on the ocean 

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If you take your family trip from June to September, the weather on the Garden Route is variable. But there are compensations because that is the best time to head out onto the ocean to see the annual southern right whale migration. If that isn’t exciting enough, test your nerve and try cage diving among great white sharks! The Garden Route also has one of the world’s top five surfing beaches at Jeffreys Bay — also at its best from June to September.
Speed boat whale safari

Life on the Elephant Coast 

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Teenage boy snorkelling near ray

Life on the Elephant Coast 

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Green bird in south africa

Life on the Elephant Coast 

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North of Durban, the coastline becomes warmer and wilder, with coral reefs and rich coastal forests. We can arrange for your family to stay at Thonga Lodge, where the marine adventures are especially suitable for teenagers. Launch through the surf as it breaks over the reef and snorkel above eagle rays and even whale sharks. Thonga is an outstanding scuba diving location with colourful reefs and pods of bottlenose dolphins. Try your hand at game fishing or spot a green coucal in the forests.
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