DAY1. CAPE TOWN
Arrive Cape Town International Airport where you will be met by Stuart and Audrey and transferred to your Guest House in the city. Relax for a while after check-in before a short orientation drive of Cape Town and a tour briefing. This evening dine at a local restaurant of your choice under own arrangements.
Overnight at Leeuwenvoet House. B / B.

DAY 2. CAPE TOWN
This morning, after a short orientation tour of Cape Town, we will visit Southern Africa’s most powerful Sacred Site – Table Mountain and enjoy the sensational views across the bay. We will attune to the major power center on top of Table Mountain, where the Male Line – ‘Shango’ and Female Line – ‘Mau’ intersect, creating a Node Point. The pattern of this energy manifestation , recently doused by internationally acclaimed author and douser Hamish Miller, is in the form of a 3 meter wide eight-petalled flower.
Here you will learn of the African Myth of Umlindi Wemingizuma, the Stone Giant – Watcher of the South and other earth energy mysteries of the Cape region.

Button – Map of energy lines

Button – Pattern of energy manifestation

Later on we will circumnavigate the Table Mountain range to view other power sites and experience the scenic splendour of the ‘fairest Cape in all the world’.This evening we enjoy an African Feast at the Africa Café. Overnight at Leeuwenvoet House.D/B&B.

DAY 3. CAPE TOWN
A leisurely breakfast before we set off on a tour of an African Township, to experience what life is like for the less fortunate people of Cape Town. We will include a visit to the famous District Six area, infamous for the forced evictions by the apartheid Government and meet some women entrepreneurs who are making an impact in their community.

This afternoon is free time to relax or shop at leisure with own arrangements for dinner.
Overnight at Leeuwenvoet House.
B / B.

DAY 4. CAPE TOWN
Today, our itinerary takes us on a scenic tour of the majestic Cape Peninsula. We travel over Die Ou Kaapse Weg and Buoys Drive with its views over False Bay and Peninsula’s lakes, continuing south through Kommetjie and Scarborough to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and down to Cape Point.
The south western-most tip of Africa, Cape Point is another strong power point that links with Table Mountain and, like the mountain itself, is a favourite spot for planetary healing work done by visiting mystics.

On the return journey we will stop to see the resident South African Penguin colony at the Boulders, where one can swim with these delightful beings in their natural habitat, before continuing via the Naval town of Simonstown and Kalk Bay to our Guest House / Hotel.

Evening at leisure and dinner under own arrangements.
Overnight at Leeuwenvoet House. B / B.

DAY 5. HERMANUS
Check out after breakfast and travel to Paarl in the Cape Wineland region and a visit to Paarl Rock. This sacred site, “sister” to Table Mountain in the ancient African tradition, is the second oldest granite outcrop of its kind in the world. We will spend time in attunement at this site before driving via the wineland and Cape coastal routes to Hermanus. Each year between July and November, Hermanus becomes the sanctuary for hundreds of Southern Right Whales who enter the Bay to have their babies. It is probably the finest land based whale watching site in the world as these majestic creatures often come within a few metres of the cliffs. Dinner and overnight in Hermanus D/B/B

DAY 6. HERMANUS
Today we spend the whole day in Hermanus to view the whales in the bay at leisure, do some swimming and some shopping in this quaint holiday resort town.

Afternoon group session facilitated by Audrey. Dinner and overnight in Hermanus D/B/B

DAY 7. KAROO / OUDTSHOORN
After breakfast we check out and drive along the Garden Route to Barrydale to visit a Labyrinthe, where we will spend time tuning in to this special place erected as a personal therapy by owner and homeopathic doctor, Peter Fraser.
We continue our journey along the Karoo region to Oudtshoorn the ostrich capital of the world where we check into Forest Manor Lodge – South Africa’s only National Monument Guest House.
For dinner this evening we will select one of the many excellent restaurants in Oudtshoorn.
Overnight in Oudtshoorn. B & B

DAY 8. PLETTENBERG BAY
Check out after breakfast and drive to the nearby Cango Caves known by the local traditional healers as the gateway to the inner world. We then board our coach and drive over the Outeniqua Pass to the town of George, named after King George III of England where we board the famous Choo Choo steam train for a picturesque train journey to Knysna, followed by a short 25 minute drive to our destination – Plettenberg Bay.
Our specially selected accommodation is in luxurious log cabins overlooking the warm Indian Ocean, the playground of the local bottlenose dolphins, which can be seen close inshore most days.
Overnight at Dune Beach. B & B.

DAY 9. PLETTENBERG BAY
Morning at leisure to enjoy the beach and swim in the bay before we set off for a Dolphin Spotting boat trip with our friend and local marine expert, Dave Rissik of Dolphin Adventures.

Afternoon at leisure in Plettenberg Bay and this evening we will visit a black township area for a taste of some indigenous entertainment from the Xolweni Theatre group who raise funds for educating their children through this self-generated tourism venture.
Overnight at Dune Beach. D / B&B

DAY 10. PLETTENBERG BAY
After breakfast, we travel to the nearby power site of Robberg where we will attune to the strong energies of this ancient sacred site. In the afternoon we visit the nearby town of Knysna, visit the Knysna Heads and lunch at the Pink Umbrella.
Afternoon at leisure in the quaint shopping area of Knysna before returning to Plettenburg Bay.
Overnight at Dune Beach. D / B & B.

DAY 11. PLETTENBERG BAY
The nature of our tours requires that we at all times sense how the group and individuals are coping with the issues that the strong energies of Africa tend to light up. Each day we will sense what the days preferred activities for the group will be.

Possibilities for today include a visit to Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve, a day at the beach, some energy work with Audrey, or a short hike to visit the ancient Strandloper site at MaatjiesRiver – Keurboomsstrand. Overnight at Dune Beach. D / B & B.

DAY 12. PORT ELIZABETH
Check out after breakfast and we drive the approximate 2 hours journey to Port Elizabeth (known as P.E.) with a stop en route at Storms River.
We will take an orientation tour of P.E. and make a lunch stop before continuing eastwards to Addo Elephant Park.
Dinner and overnight at Addo Elephant Park. D / B & B

DAY 13. PORT ELIZABETH
Today we spend a leisure day viewing the local elephant population in the Addo Reserve and this evening relax around a fire under the stars.
Dinner and overnight at Addo Elephant Park. D / B & B

DAY 14. PORT ELIZABETH
After a leisurely breakfast we visit the nearby Shamwari Game Reserve and an opportunity to spot the Big Five of Africa at this malaria free and exclusive wildlife reserve. Relaxing evening and dinner at
our base camp in Addo National Park. Overnight at Addo Elephant Park. D / B & B
DAY 15. PORT ELIZABETH / HOMEWARD

This morning we complete the tour with a Group Closure before driving the approximate 50 minute journey to Port Elizabeth for the return flight home.

END OF TOUR