Cradle of Humankind


  • Paleoanthropological region that contains the most extensive discovery of a single hominid species ever found in Africa
  • The caves were the site of the discovery of a 2.3 million year old fossil Australopithecus africanus
  • Nearby 15 fossil skeletons of an extinct species of hominin was found in the nearby Rising Star Cave system
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


Cape Floristic Region


  • 1 of 6 recognized floral kingdoms in the world, 69% of the plants are native
  • Associated with the fynbos biome, a Mediterranean-type, fire-prone shrubland
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


iSimangaliso Wetland Park


  • Africa’s third largest protected area
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


Table Mountain Aerial Cableway


  • Cable car transportation system offering visitors a 5 minute ride to the top of Table Mountain


Table Mountain


  • Flat-topped mountain landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town
  • Home to a large array of plants, most of which are native


Victoria & Alfred Waterfront


  • Waterfront in Cape Town situated on the Atlantic shore


Green Mountain Trail


  • Hiking trail around the Green Mountain in the Overberg region
  • Takes 4 days to complete the hiking trail


Robberg Nature Reserve


  • Rocks in the region date back 120 million years
  • Evidence of middle and later Stone Age inhabitation has been found in a few of the caves along the peninsula
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site




all flights $2,224

food $29/day x 15 days = $435

hotel $45/day x 11 days = $495

tickets (all attractions) $197

TOTAL for whole itinerary $3,351