Rates1 March 2018 to 1 March 2019
Total hiking distance for standard trail is 25 km
Day 1 is a three hour walk that covers 6.6 kilometres from Steynsbos to Fynbos Retreat
Day 2 is a 11 km walk that takes most of the day and takes hikers from the first overnight at Fynbos Retreat to the second overnight at Witkrans
Day 3 is a 7.8 km walk that takes about four hours from Witkrans to the finish at Grootbos Garden Lodge.
Note: Minimum group size of 4 required for this option
Price: R3475 per person over weekend (or including Friday and Saturday nights)
Price: R3275 per person during the week (Sunday to Thursday night)
Surcharge if less than 4 people: R600/per person (no less than 2 people)
Price: R2850 per person over weekend (or including Friday and Saturday nights)
Price: R2650 per person during the week (Sunday to Thursday night)
Surcharge if less than 4 people: R300/per person (no less than 2 people)
Price: R1050 per person
Optional Extra: Portage R200 per person
Coastal Day Add on ratesTotal hiking distance for the coastal section is 9km, and takes about 4 hours.
This part of the route is done at the start of the trail.
Hikers will arrive at their guest house from where they will be transferred to the Drup Kelders, where they will get a guided tour of these amazing caves, followed by a walk back along the coast to the accommodation. The following day the route takes hikers along the Klipgat Trail on the De Kelders coastline overlooking Walker Bay. The rocky cliffs at De Kelders are amongst the very best places in the World to view magnificent Southern Right Whales (June to December). The route includes Die Plaat and Duiwelsgat and Klipgat caves. The trail will then link up to the start of the Fynbos Trail.
Full slackpacking - R1650 (includes overnight accommodation in De Kelders, dinner, breakfast, morning tea, lunch, Permit fees for Walker Bay Nature Reserves, transfer to Growing the Future, luggage transfers and expert guide)
NB: This section can not be done without a guide as it is very difficult to find your way through the unmarked dune fields.