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Hop onboard solo travellers, best’ies, lovers, groupies – basically anybody who loves nature, great braai vibes, superb wines, learning the

ways of the locals and exploring new places!!


Our 2 day Eco Braai Tour takes you on a personalised educational and cultural journey of the historic Elim region and its surrounds.  This

area is renowned for its rich cultural history, warm hospitality, damn fine wines and most importantly, its endemic Fynbos species.  The

aim of this particular eco tour is to bring awareness of our Cape indigenous plants and our pristine Overberg Fynbos by means

of a Fynbos Safari together with non-strenuous fun eco walks absorbing the natural beauty of our magnificent Cape Floral region.

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Fynbos however, is not the only thing this area is renowned for.  Explore a part of the Overberg where nothing is rushed, local inhabitants

friendly and where everyone has a tale to tell. Be part of our cultural “tjop-en-dop”braai (barbecue) gatherings enjoying all the sinful

added bits mixed with plenty local flavour and gees (spirit). Indulge in our delectable wines from our newest and coolest wine region in

the Western Cape; experience the historic Moravian missionary village that remained untouched for very many years; taste our traditional

(and interesting) culinary dishes; interact with the locals from the quaint fishing villages; walk the Southernmost Tip of Africa; and end off

your tour visiting picturesque dorpies (small towns).

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The above is just a teensy weensy taster of our 2 day Eco Braai Tour. Our itinerary might vary with each tour as we'd like to structure

each individual tour around the general vibe or “personality” of each group.  Groups are kept small with a minimum of 4 and a maximum of

8 per group. For dates, prices, a detailed itinerary of our full tour, what’s included or excluded, simply contact Erika van Breda at

discoverthecapetours@gmail.com


A SEASONAL BRAAI AFFAIR: Our 2 Day Eco Braai Tours are strictly a summer and cooler weather affair meaning we’ll be “turning our tjops”

during our Cape summer months (from mid December) until the end of our cooler autumn months (end May) each year.

 
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