Over the Outeniqua Mountain pass to the Ostrich capital of Oudtshoorn situated at the foot of the Swartberg Mountain Range
Visit the limestone formations of the ancient Cango Caves and a breeding facility of some of Africa’s wild animals
Experience the world’s largest bird, the ostrich, which lays the largest egg, has the most beautiful feathers and eyes that make you want to fall in love and hug them.
|DEPARTURE TIME||After Breakfast|
The farmers of Oudtshoorn were the pioneers of the ostrich industry, which commenced in the Oudtshoorn district during the middle of the 19thCentury and therefore Oudtshoorn became known as the Ostrich Capital of the World.
|Location||Garden Route, Knysna|
and visit the Wildlife Ranch – the farm was established as South Africa’s first crocodile show farm.Today, while the ranch continues to house a large crocodile population, it has turned its attention to the plight of endangered species and in line with this, they expanded and include a number of big cats.
followed by a visit to an Ostrich Farm – large flocks of Ostriches are kept in groups of 50 to 150 per camp