- Highlights: Table Mountain, Cape Point, Swarkopmund
- No of days / nights: 8/7
- Tour starts: Cape Town
- Tour ends: Namibia
- Includes: Accommodation, Transportation and meals
CAPE TOWN is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s key attractions and eases its visitor into a sophisticated African adventure. The magnificent and well maintained hotels and conference venues, the outstanding road network of the city, the natural beauty of Table Mountain and Cape Point, as well as the opportunity of a true gourmet experience in the winelands, are all convincing reasons, as to why a minimum 3 night stay in Cape Town is an absolute ‘must’. AND keep in mind, the city is internationally renowned for its outdoor and adventure activities and excursions!
NAMIBIA stands in stark contrast to Cape Town of course, surprising its visitors with an equally well developed tourism infrastructure from a hotel and restaurant perspective, with breath-taking scenery and adrenalin rush outdoor- and adventure activities. These range from free climbing Namibia’s highest mountain peak, to canoeing the treacherous waters of the Kunene River, sandboarding on some of the highest dunes in the world, enjoying a luxurious ocean safari – to exploring the lagoons of Walvis Bay by kayak.
The options available provide a choice menu of varying activities making Namibia so very popular as a destination for private think tanks, exclusive directors get-a-ways, to larger incentive and conference groups. We thus suggest Namibia’s shortest and most unique circuit to be combined with the Cape – 2 nights in the well-known Sossusvlei, 2 nights in Swakopmund on the coast and return to the capital, Windhoek.