Best Places to Enjoy Wildlife in Costa Rica

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The perfect vacation starts with the right planning. Investigate our selection best places to visit in Costa-Rica to make your dream vacation!

Best Places to Enjoy Wildlife in Costa Rica. Costa Rica Panorama

Poás Volcano National Park

Poás volcano is a strong symbol of the nature forces of Costa Rica. Take a hike to the crater rim, but don’t expect it to fledge with an eruption. The last time when the volcano was active was in 1954. The Poás Volcano National Park is one of the most popular sites of the country. It is situated near the San José city and the international airport.

The weather in this park is cool and humid, with rains and fine drizzle, and the average temperature here is about  15ºC. The climate of the Poás Volcano National Park makes perfect conditions for the fast-growing flora around. The main crater is one of the largest in the world. All the main tours in the park include a hike to the crater rim. But we also suggest you to visit La Paz Waterfall, a beautiful creation of nature in San José.

Best Places to Enjoy Wildlife in Costa Rica. Road to Arenal

Arenal Volcano National Park

One more National Volcano Park located in Costa Rica, is famous for its great variety of attractions for every tourist. If you’re looking for an adventurous encounter with the true natural forces and beauties, this destination is for you.

If the Poas volcano is considered to be active, the Arenal Volcano is currently in a resting phase. Frequent eruptions run on till 2010 with about 41 eruptions per day. Later, it changes its phase from active on non-active. Among numerous activities offered here, you can experience hot spring pools, hot stone massage, visit Arenal Observatory Restaurant & Bar, enjoy the beauty of bright gardens and unforgettable viewpoints.

Best Places to Enjoy Wildlife in Costa Rica. Waterfall-Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is located on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, just south of Quepos on the Pacific Coast, 132 km from San José. Here the natural diversity is very rich and surprises with its great variety and beauty. For the tourists, the Park offers a wealth of curious activities.

The coast of the Manuel Antonio region strikes every visitor with the beauty and calmness. The National Park is closed on Mondays and has three of the most amazing beaches in Costa Rica. It also has forest trails, bordered by a dense rainforest with animal life. In 2011, it was named by Forbes as one of the world’s most beautiful parks. The smallest park in the Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio is worth to visit for even the most experienced tourists.

Best Places to Enjoy Wildlife in Costa Rica. Capuchin Monkey

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Monteverde is translated as a  “Green Mountain”. It is a beautiful reserve of magnificent, green vegetation, with great biodiversity of plants and cloud forests. National Geographic gave it a description as  “the jewel in the crown of cloud forests.” In 2007, Costa Ricans voted the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve one of the country’s seven wonders. This forest is a true miracle of ecotourism in the country.


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The Best Of Costa Rica Independent Adventure (10 Days)

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Explore Costa Rica in a way few others ever see. Experience ten-day independent journey that proves why Costa Rica is world-renowned for its natural beauty. With the amazing adventures in the country with extraordinary landscapes, you have a chance to explore its greatest treasures.

The Best Of Costa Rica Independent Adventure (10 Days). Arenal Hanging Bridges park of Costa Rica

Start with cruising the remote rainforests of Tortuguero (no roads here!) before heading to volcano country in two countries, and explore everything in between. Stay at the foot of Arenal Volcano and explore the rivers, trails and hot springs of the area before chasing sun and sea in Guanacaste, known for its miles of beaches, killer surf and great weather.

Valid for Departures Now Through: 05 Dec 2016

Apply if you want to explore, have a lot of fun and discover the hidden beauty of Costa Rica.

The Best Of Costa Rica Independent Adventure (10 Days). Costa Rica Beach from the Air

Day 1San José
Day 1 San José:You will be met at San José International Airport and transferred to your hotel for the night. Included Activities:Arrival DayWelcome Meeting for Independent TripsTransport:Private Vehicle
Day 2San José/Tortuguero
Day 2 San José/Tortuguero (1B, 1L, 1D):In the morning, transfer by road then by boat to the famous canals of Tortuguero. This tropical eco-paradise is home to countless bird and animal species, and you will have many opportunities to view and photograph wildlife. Plenty of opportunity to see a variety of birds, monkeys and other wildlife. Relax at the secluded lodge on a hammock or at the pool or beach. Opt to take a night excursion or go kayaking.Additional Notes:*Please note that the entrance fee of $10 USD per person into the national park is not included.Transport:Shared van (5.00 hour(s))Boat (2.00-3.00 hours)
Day 3Tortuguero, Costa Rica
Day 3 Tortuguero (1B, 1L, 1D):Enjoy a guided tour of the Tortuguero canals. Keep your eyes peeled for toucans, parrots, herons, kingfishers, fishing bats, three-toed sloths, iguanas, and howler, white-faced and spider monkeys. Try to spot the tracks of river otters, collared peccaries, and Baird’s tapirs on the banks of the rivers and canals. Watch for caiman swimming in the waterways.Included Activities:Tortuguero National Park Guided Boat Tour
Day 4Tortuguero, Costa Rica
Day 4 Tortuguero/La Fortuna (1B):In the morning, transfer to your hotel near the Arenal Volcano, arriving mid-afternoon. This area is full of exciting and wonderful things to do: whether it’s checking out the popular hot springs, La Fortuna’s Waterfall, the Venado Caves or the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Transport:Boat (2.00-3.00 hours)Shared van (3.00-4.00 hours)
Day 5La Fortuna
Day 5 La Fortuna (1B):La Fortuna is one of the centres of adventure travel in Costa Rica. Options include river rafting, mountain biking, caving, or horseback riding. Don’t forget about the hot springs, heated directly by the lava underneath the Arenal Volcano.
Day 6La Fortuna/Guanacaste
Day 6 La Fortuna/Guanacaste (1B):Travel west through the province of Guanacaste to Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Spend time enjoying the long stretches of beautiful black sand beaches, considered some of the country’s best for swimming and surfing. Transport:Shared van (4.00-5.00 hours)
Day 7Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Days 7-8 Guanacaste:Spend your day taking in the sun and sea, participating in optional activities such as surfing, fishing, golf, horseback riding, cycling, boating or snorkeling.
Day 8Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Days 7-8 Guanacaste:Spend your day taking in the sun and sea, participating in optional activities such as surfing, fishing, golf, horseback riding, cycling, boating or snorkeling.
Day 9Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Day 9 Guanacaste/San José (1B):Transfer back to the capital for your last night.Transport:Shared van (6.00 hour(s))
Day 10San José  
Day 10 San José (1B):Depart at any time. Departure transfer included.Additional Notes:Transfer to the airport for your return flight.Transport:Shared van

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Located in the northwest of the North American continent, Alaska is the largest state of the USA. Alaska was joined to the USA in 1867, and only in 1959 it has become a 49th U.S. state. The capital of Alaska is Juneau. Alaska was named a “Seward’s Folly” after U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, who managed a purchase of the land from Russia.

Alaska. Beautiful landscape with Rocky Mountains and famous Moraine Lake

There was a lot of critics of this deal because this land believed to be not rich, but that was before the discovery of the gold in the 1890s. Alaska is washed by the Beaufort Sea and the Arctic Ocean from the North; it is bounded by the Gulf of Alaska and the Pacific Ocean from the south, the Bering Strait and the Bering Sea from the west; and the Chukchi Sea from the northwest. It is surrounded by the Canada and British Columbia from the east. The capital of Alaska is Juneau.

“Did you know” facts about Alaska

Alaska. Boats on Smooth Resetrection Bay Seward Alaska Harbor Marina

  • Did you know that two islands of Alaska, Attu, and Kiska, were occupied by the Japanese for 15 months during World War II?
  • Did you know that the territory of Alaska was under Russia’s control till 1867, when the land was taken on lease by the USA by Secretary of State William Seward for $7.2 million?
  • Did you know, that the lowest temperature here was -80 degrees Fahrenheit at Prospect Creek Camp in 1971?
  • Did you know that Alaska is a seismically active zone, as its territory experience around 5,000 earthquakes every year? The strongest one happened in March of 1964 and had a magnitude of 9.2.
  • Did you know, that 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the USA are located in Alaska?
  • Did you know about the April Fools’ joke in Alaska in 1974 made by locals? Hundreds of motor tires were burnt in the vent of the dead volcano Edgecumbe so that everybody thought that the volcano awoke
  • Did you know, that some areas of Alaska the sun doesn’t set for 84 days? The furthest city of Alaska, Barrow has almost three months’ period with no sunsets.

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Alaska Family Multisport Tour (6 Days)

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Girdwood, AK, United States To Homer, AK, United States
Valid for Departures Now Through: 31 Dec 2016

Wildlife and Wilderness on the Spectacular Kenai Peninsula

Alaska Family Multisport Tour (6 Days). Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska

Once upon a time, there was an outdoor-loving family seeking an action-packed vacation. A clever bunch, they decided on Alaska. And as soon as they arrived and witnessed the dramatic peaks of the Alaska Range, they knew they’d chosen wisely. The kids hiked to the face of Exit Glacier; parents ascended to the Harding Icefield. They all raced through the woods on a thrilling dogsled ride, spotted moose and eagles during a river float trip and watched salmon swimming upstream. And to this day, they all agree: it was the best family vacation ever.

Alaska Family Multisport Tour (6 Days). Lake on Alaska


Day 1Girdwood, AK United States Alyeska ResortBreakfast

Alaska’s dramatic landscapes on a single astonishing peninsula.  Kick off the trip with a spin along bike paths leading you out of Anchorage and onto the gently rolling Tony Knowles Coastal Trail – keep your eyes open for moose!

Day 2Seward, AK United States Seward Windsong LodgeBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack

Get up close with Alaska’s wild residents at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, which rehabilitates injured and orphaned animals and returns them to the wild.  Journey south to the Kenai Peninsula, a wonderland of rugged mountains, glaciers, fjords and lakes.  Hike the beautiful Ptarmigan Lake Trail through Sitka spruce forest and past crystal-clear Ptarmigan Creek, where red sockeye salmon spawn in summer.

Day 3Seward, AK United States Seward Windsong LodgeBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack

In Kenai Fjords National Park, kids hike to the face of Exit Glacier and explore the fascinating Alaska SeaLife Center, home to sea lions, harbor seals, Alaskan king crabs, puffins and other marine wildlife.  Meanwhile, adults embark on a once-in-a-lifetime trek with spectacular views of the vast Harding Icefield.  Meet some of the famed Iditarod race’s canine participants and experience the excitement of racing on comfortable wheeled dogsleds.

Day 4Homer, AK United States Land’s End ResortBreakfast, Lunch, Snack

Explore Homer, one of Alaska’s most beautifully situated towns.  Take in jaw-dropping views of Cook Inlet and the volcanoes of the Alaska Range.  A scenic bike ride leads to a viewpoint overlooking Grewingk Glacier and Homer Spit, a narrow finger of land in picturesque Kachemak Bay.

Day 5Homer, AK United States Land’s End ResortBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack

Circumnavigate Yukon Island by kayak, watching for harbor seals, porpoises and sea otters.

Day 6Homer, AK United States NoneBreakfast

Got your camera ready? During a leisurely float trip on the glacial waters of the Kenai River, you’ll likely spot eagles, moose and Dall sheep.


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Barcelona, one of the most popular Spanish destinations, is famous for its tourist-friendly atmosphere, cosmopolitan worldview, and very welcoming people. It has a great and old history, beautiful nature, fascination architecture, amazing tourist attractions and a lot of captivating places to visit. No one would refuse to visit beautiful beaches in La Costa Brava, amazing Romanesque churches, peaceful Parc de la Ciutadella, romantic Montjuïc Castle, an unusual architectural approach of the Montjuïc castle? There are only a few of the numerous sites that you can visit in Barcelona.

Barcelona. Placa Espanya in Barcelona and National Palace

Placa Espanya in Barcelona and National Palace

Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia. With its population of more than 1.5 million people, it’s a second most populous municipality in Spain. Barcelona is also the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea. It is located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, the tallest peak of which is 512 meters (1,680 feet) high.

It’s impossible to imagine the city of Barcelona without its beautiful beaches, the favourite place for the rest for the tourists. Many parts of resorts are located on the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada.

Costa Brava

is, no doubt, one of the most picturesque places in Spain. Costa Brava is located on the northern coast of Catalonia, from the French border to the Blanes city. It owes its name of “wild coast” of “the coast of the brave” to the soleness of the unusual confluence between mountain and sea.
Every year hundreds of tourists come here to enjoy a pleasant rest on the amazingly beautiful beaches. Stunning nature, mild climate and rich history, the brightness of its ports and unusual villages have been enough to create a worldwide positive reputation.

Barcelona. Barceloneta Beach in Barcelona at sunrise

Costa Dorada

is situated in the south of Barcelona. It is a rayon of Mediterranean coast, which is translated as “the golden coast”. It owes its name to an incredible beauty of the golden sand on the local beaches. One of the best holiday destinations in Spain, Costa Dorada attracts thousands of tourists with its fabulous landscapes, pleasant climate, clear sea air and unique nature. You can also find a lot of modern entertainment centers.



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Busan Christmas Tree Festival

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Busan Christmas Tree Festival

Photo: Christmas tree at Seoul Plaza in 2015 (left) / Scene from last year’s Busan Christmas Tree Festival (right)

Hands up if you are curious of where the magnificent and tall Christmas trees are located in Seoul or Busan!

The ‘Korea Christmas Festival’ will be held at the Seoul Plaza, along with a tree lighting ceremony on November 27. This year, the Christmas tree will be lighted up in blue lines of LED lights and surrounded by LED roses beneath.

On the other hand, the Busan Christmas Tree Festival will kick off on November 26, at areas around Gwangbok-dong Cultural & Fashion Street. This year’s festival is themed “Happiness of Birth”, thus a huge ornament in the shape of a birthday cake will be hung on the gigantic Christmas tree, as well as other decorations and artificial snow are added to bring up the whole Christmas atmosphere.

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Korea Christmas Festival
☞ Event period: November 27, 2016 / 18:00-19:00 (Christmas tree lights display will be available till January 8, 2017) * Main event is subject to changes without notice.
☞ Venue: Seoul Plaza
☞ Directions: City Hall Station (Seoul Subway Line 1,2) and Exit 5 or 6. Walk for about 1-2 minutes.
☞ Inquiries: Dasan Call Center +82-2-120 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Mongolian

Busan Christmas Tree Festival


The Busan Christmas Tree Festival, Busan’s annual winter event, will be held in the Gwangbok-ro area of the Jung-gu District in Busan.

To add a more festive atmosphere, there will be concerts, a tree of wishes, street performances, collecting love coins, a photo and video contest, and many more.


[Stage event]
– Daily concert, collaboration-concert, Christmas music concert

[Citizen’s participation event]
– Carol song contest, etc.

Admission/Participation Fees


Additional Events

– Wish tree for the New Year
– Merry Christmas time (scene of snow)
– Auction event
– Discount event of Gwangbok-ro sellers


About Korea

Korea has four distinct seasons, with each offering unique and beautiful landscapes. In the spring, forsythia, cherry blossom, azalea and many other flowers are in full bloom; in the summer, people travel in numbers to the coasts to enjoy their vacation on the beach; in the fall, the mountains put on a fascinating coat of crimson leaves; and in the winter, the land is covered with snow.

South Korea can come across as inscrutable at first glance. It’s a land of stark contrasts and wild contradictions; a place where tradition and technology are equally embraced; where skyscrapers loom over ancient temples; and where the frantic pace of life is offset by the serenity of nature. The country’s unique customs and etiquette can seem like a trap laid for foreigners, but arrive with a smile and a respectful attitude and you will be welcomed with open arms by some of the friendliest folk on the planet.

Koreans are fiercely proud of their country, and with good reason. The Korean peninsula has a storied history and this colourful heritage is woven into the fabric of this land. The capital, Seoul, is home to a number of historic highlights, including the spectacular Joseon-era Gyeongbokgung Palace, “the great south gate” of Namdaemun and the eerie Seodaemun Prison – all tucked away amid gleaming offices, giant shopping centres, world-class restaurants and hipster bars.

The rest of the country is also littered with fortresses, temples and palaces

Visitors will enjoy the grassy burial mounds of ancient kings in Gyeongju, the Seokbulsa Temple in Busan, which has been carved out of a rock, and the infamous demilitarised zone, a biodiverse no-man’s-land separating South and North Korea. It is a scary place, where acres of barbed wire are patrolled by heavily-armed guards on both sides, yet the tension is so trumped up it feels like you’ve stumbled onto a Hollywood film set.

But it’s not all about history. When it comes to nature, South Korea is wonderfully diverse, with spectacular national parks, remote sandy beaches, hot spring islands and rugged mountain peaks. Gastronomes are well catered for, too, but you may have to open your mind before your mouth; local specialities include kimchi (pickled cabbage) and makgeolli (rice wine).

South Korea can sometimes seem like the most foreign place on Earth; an unfathomable destination of curious customs, strange food and jarring paradoxes. Ultimately, that’s what makes it so exciting.

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Gimme Gastronomy Tour. Spain (10 Days)

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Barcelona, Spain To Bilbao, Spain

Valid for Departures Now Through: 18 Dec 2016

Wine and gastronomy tasting tours are the unique opportunity not only to travel the authentic Spain but also to experience wine tasting, gourmet food, art, and history.

Our tours include the best of Spain’s traditional food and wine along with numerous activities. You will have a great chance to visit of tapas bars, experience cooking classes,  visit private gastronomic clubs, and try a wine from the top vineyards.

Gimme Gastronomy Tour. Spain (10 Days). A table full of Spanish tapas.

A table full of Spanish tapas


3 Nights – Barcelona  

2 Nights – San Sebastián  

2 Nights – La Rioja

2 Nights – Bilbao



● A tour focusing on the city’s finest tapas and wine (Barcelona).

● Private “epicurean tour” of the city’s best foods (Barcelona).

● A comprehensive tour of Barcelona’s one-of-a-kind Modernista architecture (Barcelona).

● A Basque culinary day, exposing you to the best that the region’s cuisine has to offer (San Sebastian).

Gimme Gastronomy Tour. Spain (10 Days). Barcelona - August 21: customers seated at a tapas bar at La Boqueria market in Barcelona, Spain on Augut 21, 2014. The market is one of the oldest in Europe and a popular tourist attraction.


Day 1Barcelona, SpainCasa FusterNone

We will arrange for you to be whisked around Barcelona this evening, to some of its culinary hot spots, for tapas.  

Day 2Barcelona, SpainCasa FusterBreakfast

Your “epicurean tour” of Barcelona will include the best mild Spanish cheeses, many varieties of the world-famous jamon (Iberian ham), hand-roasted hazelnuts, and plenty of salted cod!

When you’ve digested your food, head to the Sagrada Familia, as well as other fantastical works by Modernista architect Antonio Gaudi.

Day 3Barcelona, SpainNoneBreakfast

You will have today at leisure.

We recommend heading to the Born district, the hippest area now for avant-garde shopping, or to check out Barcelona’s chocolate museum.

Day 4San Sebastian, SpainMaria CristinaBreakfast

Enjoy your train ride to San Sebastian.

We will make you reservations at one of this small city’s fine restaurants tonight.

Day 5San Sebastian, SpainMaria CristinaBreakfast

Spend today absorbing the many delights of Basque country’s cuisine, from the region’s unique hard ciders to its mouth-watering seafood dishes.

Day 6La Rioja, SpainMarques de RiscalBreakfast

Enjoy your ride to the Rioja wine region.

Highlights of your day:  taste wines at one of the country’s oldest wine producers, as well as wines from some of its finest new vineyards.  We recommend lunch at the restaurant of the Marques de Riscal winery, designed by architect Frank Gehry.

Day 7La Rioja, SpainMarques de RiscalBreakfast

You will have today at leisure.

Combined with local grapes, these techniques produced deep, oaky red wines that have made La Rioja a draw for wine lovers from around the world.

Try the Vinotherapy treatments at the Marques de Riscal’s spa, where the essence of the grape is used for skincare.

Day 8Bilbao, SpainGran DomineBreakfast

Enjoy your ride to Bilbao.

Highlights of your day:  tour the iconic Guggenheim Museum. The collection includes works by major modern and contemporary artists, such as Kandinsky, Klee, and Warhol.

Day 9Bilbao, SpainGran DomineBreakfast

You will have today at leisure.  

We suggest you take in some of Bilbao’s phenomenal architecture. We will provide you with a list of our favorite buildings.

Day 10Bilbao, SpainNoneBreakfast



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Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days)

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Cruise Line: Silversea Cruises
Baltra Island, Ecuador to Baltra Island, Ecuador

Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days)

A Galápagos expedition cruise, enjoyed aboard Silver Galapagos, brings you to one of the most isolated places in the world to encounter an abundant variety of wildlife species that is incredibly unique and found nowhere else on earth. Lying just off the western coast of South America, the Galápagos archipelago is inaccessible to most, yet this isolation has allowed nature to develop in ways exclusive to the islands.

Experience it all with complimentary exploration activities including Zodiac tours, snorkeling, kayaking and nature hikes led by our highly experienced guides certified by the National Park of the Galápagos.

Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days)  Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days)

What’s Included
  • Spacious Ultra-Luxury Suite Accommodations
  • Butler Service
  • Onboard Meals and Entertainment
  • Complimentary beverages served throughout the ship
  • Gratuities Aboard Ship (except spa)
  • Port charges, government fees and taxes

Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days) Galápagos Islands Expedition Cruise (8 Days)

Why Silversea?

With a world of different travel choices available today, discover why discriminating travellers choose Silversea Cruises. Aboard the beautiful ships of Silversea you find a world of casual elegance and genuine hospitality. Known for their intimate size, Silversea’s smaller cruise ships are agile enough to visit more remote, lesser-known destinations as well as some of the world’s greatest cities.

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Private Luxury South Africa Tours & Safaris (6 Days)

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Cape Town In Depth  (6 Days Tour)

Franschhoek, South Africa To Cape Town, South Africa

Valid for Departures Now Through: 31 Dec 2017

An exclusive private tour of South Africa for the most discerning luxury traveler.

Private Luxury South Africa Tours & Safaris (6 Days). Scenic View in Cape Town, Table Mountain, South Africa from an aerial perspective

This private tour focuses on Cape Town, one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities on the African continent. It includes private cultural touring with your expert guide, accommodation in two of the Cape Town area’s most luxurious hotels, private airport transfers, and access to a wide range of unique activities.

Day 1Franschhoek, South Africa

La ResidenceBreakfast
  • An exclusive private tour of South Africa
Day 2Franschhoek, South Africa

Cape Grace HotelBreakfast
  • Full-day private tour of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch
  • Wine and cheese tastings, historic houses and gardens, art galleries, artisan boutiques, antiques shops
Day 3Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Grace HotelBreakfast
  • Private overland transfer to Cape Town
  • Accommodation in Cape Town at ultra-luxury hotel
Day 4Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Grace HotelBreakfast
  • Full-day private city tour with expert guide and driver
  • History, architecture, Table Mountain, markets, boutiques, noted museums and galleries
Day 5Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Grace HotelBreakfast
  • Full-day private excursion to Cape Peninsula
  • Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, penguin colony, ostrich farm, fishing villages
Day 6Cape Town, South Africa

  • Private airport transfer
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False Bay. Cape Town. South Africa

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The False Bay was given its name when Portuguese lived there. Located in the Cape Peninsula, False Bay has the most popular beaches in Cape Town. False Bay is so wide that many seafarers in foggy weather took it for the open ocean.

False Bay. Cape Town. South Africa. A view of False Bay from Cape Point looking east towards Cape Hangklip. The large sandy beach is used for swimming and surfing.

A view of False Bay from Cape Point looking east towards Cape Hangklip. The large sandy beach is used for swimming and surfing.

The rocky eastern and western shores of False Bay plunge into the deep water. With mountainous landscape, these places are very popular for its highest points: Koeëlberg (1289m), Somerset Sneeukop (1590m), Wemmershoek Peak (1788m), Du Toits Peak near Paarl (1995m). If the eastern and western parts of the Bay are covered with high peaks and mountains, the northern shore is controversy low and very pleasant for a beach vacation. It has very wide, clear and sandy beach, very calm and beautiful. Because of its landscape, it was given a name Cape Flats.The bay is 30 kilometers wide.

The legend of the ship ghost – “Flying Dutchman” is connected with the False Bay

False Bay. Cape Town. South Africa. False Bay, near Cape Town in South Africa, with Simonstown in the background.

False Bay, near Cape Town in South Africa, with Simonstown in the background.

Few kilometers of Cape Flats, to the north, is located the legendary C-shaped Table Bay. It is smaller than Cape Flats, and it is not that wide. The Robben Island is situated nearby. The central area of Cape Town is located around the Table Bay. Such famous tourist attractions as Devil’s Peak, Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill form are located here.
The climate here is warm and dry, with hot summers and cool winters. Northwest storms and gales are often come from the northwest, bringing dryness and windy weather. False Bay is also exposed to southeasterly winds. The summer temperature in water is about 5-7 °C warmer than in Table Bay.

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