Carol of the Cape Winelands Lodge
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... to take a plane there. Once we got there the actual reserve was beautiful! The mountains and fields where just stunning. We walked into the building and were greeted with a glass of champagne and breakfast! Great way to start out the day right?! We then got in our jeeps there was 38 of us so we took two separate jeeps. We went to the rehabilitation center first where they had a leopard and a tiger caged in. They weren't always going to be kept there...these two animals where ...
... terrain ) on one side we could see the Atlantic Ocean and on the other side we had the mountain range. Heading in to the Cape which is about 7,000 hectares we could have seen lots of baboons but were hiding today although we did see elands, elks and rock hyrax (go look that one up ) this was at least 200 metres above sea level. The road was quite windy, hilly and narrow and very picturesque with lots of protea ...
Day 9 – noon
Day 2 – Northern Experience Tour
Blue skies, sunny & hot day – 33 Celsius
An early start brought us to the beach on the Atlantic Ocean for a last look at Table Mountain across the bay.
Having been here on my "Half-day City Tour" I was glad to have this photo opportunity once more of ...
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... the boat, it would hopefully attract the sharks to the sound and then they would catch the smell of the bait and come even closer. The guides were great, they spotted them so quickly and would shout at us to go down and which direction to look. Being in the cage was so fun. A female great white shark that they have seen a lot recently came to the cage first, her name is Du Rossi (sp?). At one point she took the bait and then ran into the ...