South Africa, fondly known as the ‘Rainbow Nation’ for its rich cultural diversity and history, is by far one of the easiest African countries to travel to. On this exciting scenic, wine lands and wildlife safari; you start your experience enjoying the natural beauty of Cape Town and iconic Table Mountain before indulging in the countries ‘foodie capital’ and the nearby wine lands of Franschhoek. In the Cape your every whim can be satisfied and due to the vast range of activities and options on offer, this is a perfect start or end to your African safari.
From the scenic mountains and beaches of the Cape, your journey crosses South Africa to the east and to the beautiful Mpumalanga province –home to the Kruger National Park and surrounding wildlife reserves. Experience the excitement of staying in a luxurious game lodge and going on game drives photographing the ‘Big five’ and various other animals. A short stay on the Sabi River, nearby the quaint town of Hazyview allows you the opportunity to enjoy elephant back rides, helicopter flights over the world’s third largest canyon, hot air ballooning and numerous other cultural and adventure activities.
Arrive off your flight to Cape Town and be collected by private transfer and taken from the airport to the Victoria & Alfred hotel at the Cape Town Waterfront.
One of your days in the beautiful Cape includes a privately guided tour through the highlights of the area.
After a leisurely breakfast your guide will take you by the scenic route through the gorgeous landscape and wine lands to the little town of Franschhoek.
An early transfer enables you to get to the airport for your flight to Hoedspruit and the heart of big 5 game viewing and luxury game lodges!
After a morning activity and early breakfast a guide will collect you to take you on the Panorama tour – a scenic drive through the rolling hills of the Mpumalanga escarpment viewing waterfalls and craft stores en route.
You are transferred to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and bid farewell to your sensational South African safari.
|Classic South Africa||6 January – 30 November|
|Per Person Sharing||US$ 4 850|
Introduction to the magnificent Franschhoek Wine Valley in the Cape winelands of South Africa.
Video of Kapama Buffalo Camp in the Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa.
A brief video of what Mpumalanga has to offer Tourists visiting South Africa.
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