REAL CAPE ADVENTURES' forthcoming Cape Kayak Camino tour season in Plettenberg Bay in the Garden Route, South Africa, is drawing attention, the latest being a promotion of it on the influential RSG Radio Station. Booking for the forthcoming tour season [Jan to June, 2019] is essential as departures and numbers are limited to keep the tours exclusive and intimate. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions:- WHEN Departures every Mon, Tues, Wed and Thursday. Mid-Jan to June. WHERE Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route, South Africa. WHO All normally healthy persons. No experience required. WHAT Participants arrive with personal effects needed for two days. These are placed into two containers, one to be kept on the kayak, and one which will be taken ahead to the overnight stop. The tour is conducted on safe and stable, state-of-the-art sit-on, fibreglass PaddleYak Tango Double Kayaks, manufactured by ourselves and used on all our and many others’ operations. THE ROUTE DAY 1: Launch onto the seaside lagoon at Poortjies Beach and paddle to The Mouth and on to the confluence of the Bitou Estuary. Paddle up the latter and on to the start of the Keurbooms Gorge. DAY 2. Paddle through the majestic Keurbooms Gorge to Whiskey Creek and beyond, to return to Oorlopie on the seaside, the Seagull Sanctuary and back to the start at Plett. Total Distance: 10 to 40 kms. This distance can be adapted to suit various groups and individuals as well the conditions, which most of the time are fair to fine, the chief reason we have selected this very route for our new Cape Kayak Camino. OVERNIGHT. Comfortable pre-set camp on a dedicated and secluded site on the edge of the Keurbooms. More luxury accommodation is available, but the camp is ideal, providing participants with an authentic overnight experience in the open. MEALS Included: Lunch, Dinner and Brunch and refreshments in-between. A traditional evening dinner is prepared over an open fire and includes a lamb as well as a vegetable potjie, bobotie, venison kebabs and a Cape pudding, souskluitjies, or Japie se Gunstelling. MAIN ATTRACTIONS Three relatively distinct eco-systems are crisscrossed by kayak making for an exciting and very different eco-experience on the edge of ever-popular Plettenberg Bay, providing for a much more expansive view and experience of the area. Marine life, mammals, waders and other coastal birds coexist here with man, coast and forest. The system as a whole is a virtual amphitheatre of nature. RACK RATE R1950 pp. Early Bird Discount [Aug/Sept] applies. Min/Max per tour: Two to 20 persons. For enquiries and bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 0825562520. - For an Afrikaans Promotion recording hear www.rsg.co.za podcast - date 18-8-2018 at approx 10,10 am. Live the Journey. For other cover; - See Plettenberg Bay Tourism Summer Publication and Getaway, Spring Edition, out soon. Make this your next tour. It's brief enough to include into any itinerary. Don't miss out on this fun and contemplative tour, offered by the doyen of sea kayaking in South Africa.
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