Explore and Discover what life was like for the first humans and first Europeans to arrive in South Africa
See what life was like for the first humans to live in and first Europeans to arrive in South Africa.
160,000 years ago, our ancestors settled at the most southern point of Africa. They made this area their home and from here, migrated around the world, or so the archaeological findings say. Delve into history with a visit to the Point of Human Origin cave near Mossel Bay, South Africa and imagine what life was like 160,000 years ago
Fast forward approximately 158348 years and Jan van Riebeeck arrives in present day Cape Town in 1652. Many believe him to be the first European to arrive on present day South African shores. Actually, the first Europeans arrived 200 years earlier. Visit the landing spot, post tree and a replica of the first Portuguese ship to have arrived here.
• All activities
• Tour Guide
• Still water 500ml (x2)
What's Not Included
Transfer to the pickup point in George. (However, please contact us if you require a transfer service)
117 York Street, George (Beans About Coffee)
Please wear closed walking shoes and a light jacket. Optional extra’s to bring with you Camera, GoPro, Hats, Sunglasses and sunscreen.
Pick up and drop off at Beans about Coffee, 117 York Street, George
***Please contact us if you would like to be transferred from Oudtshoorn, Knysna or Plettenberg Bay to the pickup point before the tour starts. Guests residing in Mossel Bay CBD will be contacted and picked up before the tour starts and dropped off after the tour ends