Natural South Africa

Goukamma Natural Reserve – Catch a 14 km coastline, marine protected area, extensive dune fields and a freshwater lake (Lake Groenvlei) in its beautiful entirety. Spot the gentle Grysbok, distinctive Vervet Monkeys and over 220 species of birds including the rare African Black Oystercatcher.

Cango Caves – These are 20-million-year-old caves cut into limestone rock, with the highlight being a crawl through the bowels of the earth at the Devil’s postbox, a 23 cm high tunnel.

Tsitsikamma National Park – Evergreen forests, rolling fynbos and deep river gorges sculpt one of the most distinct terrains in SA. Tsitsikamma (place of much water) is a haven for marine life, Knysna Loeries, the shy Cape Clawless Otters and Blue Duikers. The sight of Indian Ocean breakers head banging the cliffs is not to be missed.

Footprint Favorites:

Whale Watching

Hermanus

At the heart of Cape Whale Coast, Hermanus is the best land based whale watching destination.

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Cape Wineland Trails

Stellenbosch, Cape Town

South Africa’s second oldest town Stellenbosch, is the hub of glorious wine trails.

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Footprint Special – Get up close and personal to hand-reared, orphaned, wild animals.