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20 CAPE TOWN CRUISE SAFARI 11th January 2018 or 25th January 2018 • 14 nights • Sails from Cape Town Boudicca • Cruise ID: D1801 or D1802 • D1802 newly-released Wildlife and culture await you on this epic cruise along the South African coast. The ‘Big Five’ game, picturesque scenery, traditional Zulu life and even penguins are on the must-see list. And with almost three days in Cape Town, you’re in for an incredibly exciting adventure. After joining Boudicca in Cape Town you’ll begin your epic journey of discovery along South Africa’s beautiful coastline, starting with a call into Port Elizabeth. There are two full days in ‘The Friendly City’, providing ample opportunity to indulge in the ultimate safari experience. Go in search of the ‘Big Five’ at the Kariega or Lalibela game reserves; view elephants from a 4X4 at the Addo Elephant Park; or stay in a five-star game lodge at the Pumba Private Game Reserve. An overnight in Richards Bay follows, from where you’ll have the chance to encounter even more African wildlife at the Hluhluwe Game Reserve, including rare White Rhinos, while a tour of Dumazulu offers a fascinating insight into the Zulu Kingdom’s way of life. Hear the beat of Zulu drums, taste the locally brewed beer and discover Zululand’s famous beadwork, basketry, pottery and weaving. The next two days are spent in Durban. The city has a great advantage, being in close proximity to the mystical Valley of a Thousand Hills, as you can journey to explore a traditional Zulu village. Alternatively, search for big game at the Tala Game Reserve, or tour Durban’s scenic coastline, home to golden beaches, endless fields of sugarcane and the UNESCO-listed Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park. Boudicca then heads to Mossel Bay from where you can discover stunning scenery and an abundance of fauna. Travel by boat to nearby Seal Island, which is populated by over 2,500 Cape Fur Seals; visit Knysna, South Africa’s favourite holiday town in the picturesque Garden Route; or cage dive with sharks – a once-in-alifetime experience. Your cruise comes to an end in Cape Town and you’ll get to enjoy almost three days to explore before heading home. There’s plenty that can be ticked off your must-see list, from the stunning scenery at Cape Point and penguins at Boulders Beach, to Table Mountain, the city’s most celebrated landmark. What’s more, you can visit the famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens; learn of Nelson Mandela’s inspirational life at Robben Island; or tour the scenic winelands. An evening watching the sunset at Signal Hill is also recommended. These incredible experiences make for a fascinating trip that will live forever in your memory. Addo Elephant Park Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 072


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