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Combining a trip to family friendly Franschhoek in the winelands with a roaringly good safari in the Sabi Sand or the Maasai Mara is a winning African combination.
It’s not all in the name when it comes to the winelands, although it’s famous for its vineyards Franschhoek is great for families and there’s plenty of activities at Mont Rochelle to keep the Little Corkers (that’s the kids) busy!
Whilst the adults are winetasting the children can try a variety of delicious grape juices, get competitive with our range of giant lawn games around the grounds such as chess or croquet, or join in on a scavenger hunt that’ll end in a family picnic.
Go wild on safari in the Sabi Sand at Ulusaba or on the plains of the Maasai Mara at Mahali Mzuri.
Keep your eyes peeled for the Big 5 on twice daily game drives, you don’t need to go far to see some unforgettable sights. All the drama that only nature can provide is on your doorstop at both camps, so take a front row seat to the most spectacular safari.
During the grape Harvest period (usually between January – March) we encourage all our guests to help us out by picking grapes and stomping with our expert wine stompers.
Winelands & Winelands offer
Receive a complimentary 30 minute massage in the wilderness and a half board upgrade at Mont Rochelle when you stay before 21st December 2019 - book now
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