Natalie, Your help as a travel agent was great – we’ve often done our own planning, and we were really glad that you were involved, our trip was great.

Camps Bay was a lovely setting, we felt it was better for us than if we had stayed in town. The only restaurant there that was quite special was Codfather¬† and we’re glad we ate there twice. The others in the area were fine, but nothing special. The hotel was nice, and we were very happy to be there off-season, much less crowded than when Alyssa and Andy went.

Jamie was very pleasant and informative as a guide, and we also enjoyed our guide with the Footsteps to Freedom Tour, I believe his name was something along the lines of Ivor (sp?). He also does Jewish Cape Town tours, so he integrated some of that into our time with him, which we appreciated.

Table Mountain was covered in mist when we got to the top, so that was a bit disappointing.

Stellenbosch was very pleasant. We didn’t need the wine bus or train, we had a great few days without it, with Jamie’s stops, and some on our own. Oude Werf was a nice place to stay. We weren’t thrilled with our first room, and they worked with us to find one that worked for us.

Babylonstoren was a very cool place to visit, we loved its amazing gardens, and its Babel restaurant was nice too. We stumbled upon the Avontuur vineyard, and really enjoyed it as well, beautiful horses, friendly people, nice wine, nice setting.

Londolozi was wonderful on all levels: the accommodations, our guide, our tracker, and the amazing wild animals that we saw on each of our drives, especially how we saw them going about their daily lives, nursing, hunting, stalking, eating, etc. Lions, lionesses, cheetah, leopards, hyenas, elephants, buffalo, giraffes, zebra, warthogs, rhinoceros, and more. Some photos attached.

It was a magnificent vacation!