Stay within a stone's throw of iconic Table Mountain in Cape Town
- Oct. 22, 2012 - BASINGSTOKE, U.K. --
Fleewinter reports a surge in interest in Cape Town and its wider South Africa programme in recent weeks, as the pound continues to gain strength against the Rand, which is having a dramatic effect on the price of holidays.
For example, one of Fleewinter’s more popular 10-night packages combining Cape Town with a three-night safari was costing £2830 pp six months ago whereas now it is just £2185 pp – a reduction in price of £645 pp – a drop of over £100 per month since March.
The package includes flights from the UK, seven-nights staying at Casa (http://www.fleewinter.co.uk/
id=ccb171), a luxurious apartment in the upmarket area of Camps Bay, including a Table Mountain cable ride, Robben Island boat cruise and a Winelands excursion with a walking tour of a winery at Stellenbosch and a gourmet picnic lunch (with various wines to taste).
Also included in the price, are return flights from Cape Town to the Eastern Cape to enjoy a three-night, fully-inclusive stay at Bukela, (http://www.fleewinter.co.uk/propdetails.php?id=AEC011
) a five star game lodge including safari drives, gourmet meals and local drinks.
The price includes car hire in both Cape Town and the Eastern Cape.
Call 020 7112 0019 (www.fleewinter.com.Photo: