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... appearing right in front of us. They have become used to the tour groups watching so aren't frightened as long as you don't make sudden movements. After breakfast we drove to the Canga Caves. They were discovered by white man in the 1700s and have been a major tourist attraction in Africa for centuries. Stunning. Stopped for lunch at Karusa Winery and Brewery on the way ...
... attraction (from 1800īs).
... that is considered part of the Garden Route. It is one of few towns along the coast that is popular for Shark Cage Diving where one has the opportunity to get close-up views of Great White Sharks. We passed on that and stayed put and got off at the city of George to make our pre-arranged shuttle connection to take us to Oudtshoorn which lay 50 km away from the coast over the scenic Onteniqua Pass. The shuttle service is provided by the lodge ...
... find them. We then took the Caracals for a walk around the ranch on their leshes. Awwww J We then gave them another feed before a afternoon nap. After lunch we went to do our fav task, cleaning the fish tank before I went to into the croc cage again….love it. The rest of the afternoon was spent feeding the Bats and the Farm yard before seeing the Meerkats. Gave the caracals their last feed when we got back to the house and had a early ...
... and the Ostrich farmers in the area have made a fortune over the years. We drove past lots of signs advertising Ostrich Biltong and painted Ostrich egg souvenirs.
The Oudtshoorn area is very touristy with 3 main experiences to do which are:
1. Cage diving with a crocodile
2. Riding an Ostrich
3. Going into the Cango caves.
There are even tourist Tshirts which declare that you have completed these 3 activities.