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Hi Uk 60 year olds looking to visit South Africa staying in Cape Town then driving along garden route finishing of with a 2 day stay at a game reserve. We are very flexible with dates and time but I prefer travelling when it's not too hot prefer temperatures around 72. We were looking mid March but it looks like Easter school holidays. Are we better waiting until mid April.
Is it safe driving yourself rather than a tour.
Do you think 5 days are enough for Cape Town
Any suggestions on good 4 or 5 star hotels or apartments.
Any suggestions on which game reserve to visit. Preferably near to Port Elizabeth.
Any must sees.
My husband also would like to do 1 day deep sea fishing. Any recommendations.
Many thanks.

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