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Mossel Bay Adventure Tour


5 Departure Points

5 Departure Points

Depart from any of the following locations:
George, Knysna, Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay

All Entrance Fees and Lunch Included.

All Entrance Fees and Lunch Included.

Our prices on this tour include all entrance fees to any excursion within the tour itinerary as well as a lunch.

Courteous Drivers and Guides

Courteous Drivers and Guides

Spacious vehicles with qualified, competent and legal guides and drivers. View our fleet page for more info on our vehicle assets.

your destination

Mossel Bay

This Garden Route town is a hot holiday spot and one of the ports of South Africa. It is set on the sun-washed slopes of Cape St Blaize, overlooking the expansive bay, and against the blue-black backdrop of the Outeniqua Mountains. Accommodation in Mossel Bay ranges from upmarket hotels to comfortable B&B’s, holiday apartments and luxury homes with fabulous views.

Mossel Bay lies halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, close to the towns of Swellendam, Outdshoorn, Plettenberg Bay and Knysna on the Garden Route and is synonymous with the Mossgas project, where offshore gas fields are mined for gas that is then converted into petroleum. Despite this obvious industrial leaning, Mossel Bay has a tradition of unhurried hospitality and there is sufficient natural beauty in the town and its surrounds to make a stopover essential. Mossel Bay features in the Guiness Book of Records as having the mildest all-year climate in the world, second only to Hawaii. Add to this the long stretch of beaches, the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, a championship golf course or two and Mossel Bay becomes an ideal retreat for both summer and winter.









Guided walks with elephants



 Botlierskop Private Game Reserve Bush Safari

First Excursion:


Spanning approximately 1100 meters in length (and reaching up to 90km/h*), our zip
line lets you glide over the bay for an adrenaline-fuelled experience.
Get a bird’s eye view of the caves below, look out for the local sharks and seals below
or simply take in the beauty of this incredible natural landscape from a unique viewpoint that tops any other! THE LONGEST OVER-OCEAN ZIPLINE IN THE WORLD

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Second Excursion:

Indalu Elephant encounter

Join us for an experience of a life;me as you go on guided walks with our elephants.
Our experienced handlers will introduce you to these gentle giants for an informa;ve
session as you get to interact with them and feed them a healthy snack bucket. Up
close & personal photos can be taken.

Final Excursion:

Botlierskop Game Drive

We head to Botlierskop Private Game Reserve for a memorable Bush Safari,
experiencing close range free roaming animals in open 4×4 Vehicles with experienced
and qualified Game Rangers. Free roaming game such as Rhino, Giraffe, Buffalo, Lions,
bush bucks and many more.


Final Excursion:

Belvidere Estate & Brenton-On-Sea



Real estate agents describe Belvidere as a suburb of Knysna. In reality it is something of a quintessential English village on the west shores of the Knysna lagoon; a far cry from the modern Thesen Island that lies on the opposite bank.

The hamlet of Belvidere centres around the quaint Holy Trinity Church built by Thomas Duthie who settled on his farm Belvidere during his retirement in the mid 1800s. The incredibly pretty church is modelled on the Norman churches of the 11th and 12th centuries, built from local sandstone and timber, and consecrated in 1855 for Duthie’s wife, Caroline. It has but five rows of pews to each side, a little nave, and still holds weekly services. Across from the church is the village green, where Boxing Day cricket is a tradition.


Lying on the other side of Knysna’s Western Head, nestled on the shores of the Indian Ocean in a quiet, lazy bay, residents describe Brenton on Sea’s beauty as the coast that Knysna doesn’t have, and in reality, Knysna lies on a lagoon, the rough seas making itself heard only at the Heads. The endangered Brenton Blue butterfly is responsible for large sects of land in the Brenton area remaining undeveloped.

The little community derives its name from the fragile free-flying butterfly, the Brenton blue, occurring only on the south-facing slopes of coastal fynbos at Brenton on Sea. Human disturbance in nearby Natures Valley led to the final disappearance of this beautiful specimen during the 1980s, only to re-emerge in 1991 in Brenton on Sea where the Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve has been proclaimed.

Tour Additional Info

  • Rates are subject to availability on confirmation and are valid until 30 September 2020.
  • Rates are subject to change due to activity operator price adjustments and volatile fuel price changes.
  • Advertised vehicles are subject to availability.
  • All toll fees included where applicable.
  • Luggage trailers included upon request.
  • Porterage & Gratuity are not included in any fare.
  • Waters are not included but can be supplied at an additional cost of
    R12 per 330ml unit or R15 per 500ml unit.
  • Driver overnight fee may apply for long distance transfers. This will either be
    for the client’s account or will be charged for separately.
  • Bar bill during lunch
  • A waiting fee will be raised at R 250 per hour/part thereof for deviation
    from agreed departure time. This does not apply to delayed flights.
  • It is by law a requirement that all vehicles with guests on board have a
    name list and detailed itinerary.
  • Full Day tours are strictly from 08:00 to 17:00 or 09:00 to 18:00.
  • Half Day tours are strictly 5 hours – AM or PM.

Micele Febbraio

Tour Co-ordinator

Our dedicated consultant is ready to answer any questions or book this tour for you.

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