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Day 1 - Cape Town

Arrive at Cape Town International Airport - where a member of Lekker Camper will meet you from your flight and deliver your lekker campervan. Head for Cape Town and explore this wonderful city. All maps are provided by Lekker Camper.
campsite - Millerspoint (Simonstown)

Day 2 - Simons Town and the Cape Peninsula

Wake up near Boulders beach. Explore old Simons town. Then drive to the Cape Point. Explore the wonderful scenery and take in the amazing views from the light house.
campsite - Mountain Breeze (Stellenbosch)

Day 3 - Stellenbosch and the Boland Wine region

Go wine tasting in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. There is an abundance of wine estates to visit, so collect a wine route map from a tourism office or decide where to stop as you go along. The scenery along the way is spectacular.
campsite - Slanghoek Camping (Rawsonville)

Day 4 - Arniston and the Foot of Africa

Drive along the whale route to Hermanus, famous for the best land-based Whale watching in the world. Head ‘way down south’ to the southernmost point of Africa !
campsite - Arniston Caravan Park

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Day 5 - Swellendam and the Overberg

After Cape Town and Stellenbosch, Swellendam is the third oldest settlement in South Africa. The Breede River provides an idyllic backdrop and offers scenery, bird watching, fishing, and a refreshing swimming spot.
campsite - Bontebok National Park

Day 6 - Oudtshoorn and Route 62

What makes Cape Route 62 really special, is the calm and peacefulness that it offers travellers. Ronnies 'sex' shop (don't worry - it's a bar/lunch spot) is the perfect stopover before continuing through the valleys.
campsite - Cango Mountain resort (Oudtshoorn)

Day 7 - Oudtshoorn and the Little Karoo

This is the ostrich capital of the world you find the world's biggest bird in great numbers. Visit one of the several surrounding ostrich show farms. The Cango Caves are the oldest and one of the most popular attractions in the region. 
campsite - Victoria Bay (George)

Day 8 & 9 - Knysna and the Garden Route

Knysna has been called South Africa’s favourite small town and it’s not hard to see why. The Garden Route, as its name implies, really is a scenic treat!
campsite - Monks Caravan Park (Knysna)


Day 10 - Plettenberg Bay and Tsitsikamma Forest

Tsitsikamma is a khoi word meaning "place of abundant or sparkling water".. Deep river gorges cleft the plateau as they make their way down to the sea, creating spectacular waterfalls and deep kloofs.
campsite - Keurbooms Lagoon Caravan Park

Day 11 & 12 - Storms River

Look out for the gruff call of the beautiful Knysna Lourie bird. This is an adventures dream with kloofing, tree-top tours and the highest bungi jump in the world just around the corner.
campsite - Storms River Rest Camp

Day 13 - Jeffrey's Bay and Sunshine Coast

Jeffrey's Bay is home to some of the world’s best waves and golden beaches. Plenty of time to catch some sun!
campsite - Cape St. Francis Caravan Park

Day 14 & 15 - Addo NP in the Eastern Cape

Addo is one of South Africa’s largest National Parks and home to the BIG 7! Malaria-free, the park offers an abundance of wildlife that includes over 450 Elephants.
campsite - Addo Rest Camp


Day 16 - Hogsback and the eastern cape

The village is magnificently sited on the slopes of the Amatole Mountains, overlooking the rivers and fertile Tyume Valley in a region dominated by three ridges said to resemble a hog's back.
campsite - Away with the Fairies

Day 17 - Cintsa and the Wild Coast

The quaint little seaside village of Cintsa lies on the edge of the  Wild Coast, and is reminiscent of all things wild. The beauty of the surrounds of this peaceful spot is an ideal stop.
campsite - Buccaneers

Day 18 & 19 - Coffee Bay and the Transkei

Enjoy a unique taste of rural Africa in this tropical paradise located right on the beach at the Bomvu River mouth. This is a deeply traditional area where you'll experience a way of life far removed from Western culture.
campsite - Bomvu

Day 20 - Port St. Johns and the Wild Coast

Port St Johns is known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast. This stretch of 250 kilometers of coast, is still untouched by plastic civilisation and offers rich experiences and adventures.
campsite - Ferry Point Campsite


Day 21 &22 - Royal Natal NP in the Drakensberg

The main feature is the Drakensberg Amphitheatre, a rock wall 5km (3 miles) long and 500 metres (546 yards) high. Mont-aux-Sources peak where the Orange River starts its incredible journey west across South Africa. There are several great walks to explore on foot or horseback.
campsite - Royal Natal Camping

Day 23 - Umfolozi Game Reserve and Kwazulu Natal

The Hluhluwe Umfolozi is home to the big 5 and home of Operation Rhino. It is world renowned for its white rhino conservation. The Park covers some 96 000 hectares and contains an immense diversity of fauna and flora. 
campsite - Bonamazi Game Park

Day 24, 25 & 26 - The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park

This chunk of sub-tropical paradise contains a mind-blowing range of natural systems, ranging from dune, swamp and coastal forests to rocky and sandy shores, coral reefs and submarine canyons, mangroves, savanna grassland, thickets, woodlands, and the largest protected wetland in southern Africa. This park is a lekker camper favourite - hear the hippos roar from your campsite!
campsite - Sugarloaf Campsite

Day 27, 28 & 29 - Swaziland

Head for the bush and experience the sights and sounds of Hlane against the roar of Hlane’s magnificent lions – the symbol of royalty and the pride of Swaziland. Guided walking safaris, mountain biking and game drives in Hlane's open Land Rover's are also available.
campsite - Hlane Royal National Park



Hlane Royal


Kruger Leopard



Day 30, 31 & 32 - Kruger National Park
There is simply nothing to beat that rising feeling of anticipation and excitement as you enter the park in the half-light of the spectacular African dawn, surrounded by the noise of a unique ‘dawn chorus’. Which animal shall you spot first? Perhaps an elephant, a family of warthogs or possibly even the elusive cheetah.
campsite - Kruger SAN Parks

Day 33 - Graskop and the Panorama Route
Follow the spectacular rim of the Blyde River Canyon, an amazing 2,300-foot deep gorge cutting a vast swathe through the Great Escarpment. Deep circular rock formations created by years of erosion and many excellent vantage points offer some of the most breathtaking views in Africa.
campsite - Panorama View Camp

Day 34 & 35 - Pilgrims Rest
The entire town of Pilgrim's Rest was declared a National Monument in 1986 as a living memory of the early gold rush days in South Africa during the late 1800s / early 1900s.
campsite - Pilgrim's Rest Caravan park

Day 36 - Johannesburg
Visit the Apartheid Museum, a truly fascinating exhibition charting the apartheid years and the struggle against it, culminating in the first democratic elections. Visit Hillbrow and Soweto on a tour - Experience it.
OR Tambo- Return vehicle at OR Tambo International


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