Day 1 Arrival and Transfer
2 Pretoria Historical
Discover the capital city of South Africa and experience the cosmopolitan
atmosphere and blend of traditions, cultures, languages and architecture.
Day 3 Gold Reef City Tour
Gold Reef City was built to recreate much of the lost heritage
of early Johannesburg. Built on the site of, and incorporated
as a gold mine museum,
Day 4 Lesedi Cultural Village Tour
Visit four African cultures - Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi and Sotho. Experience
traditional African food, song and dance with the families.
5 & 6 Mpumalanga - Kruger National Park Tour
Depart from Johannesburg South Africa to Mpumalanga. visit the Three Rondavels,
God’s Window, Bourke Lucks Potholes are the route's most spectacular
Day 7 Kruger National Park
This national park of nearly 2 million hectares is unrivalled
for the diversity of its wild life.
Day 9 Wilderness Tour- Oudtshoorn
This morning we cross the Outeniqua Pass to reach Oudtshoorn.
Our first stop in Oudtshoorn is a guided visit to an Ostrich Show
Farm. Followed by a visit the Cango Caves, vast limestone caverns
in the foothills of the Swartberg mountain range.
Day 10 Oudtshoorn Tour - Cape Town
Today's journey will take us through the Little Karoo and Barrydale to Swellendam, capital of the short-lived 18th century rebel republic. After lunch we continue to Caledon, then along the coast via Betty's Bay and Strand to Cape Town.
11 Cape Peninsula
We start the day with a boat excursion to the Cape fur Seal Colony
in the picturesque Hout Bay harbour. From there we travel to Kirstenbosch
Botanical Gardens, boasting a variety of over 6000 different plant
species. Followed by the African Penguin Colony and the Cape Point
National Park, where the waters of the Indian and Atlantic oceans
Day 12 Table Mountain Tour
Table Mountain is a World Heritage Site. The summit of Cape Town's
world famous landmark is 1086m above sea level. Weather permitting;
we can reach the summit of Table Mountain by cableway.
Day 13 Stellenbosch Winelands Tour
Founded by Simon van der Stel in 1679, Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in South Africa. Stellenbosch lies in a fertile valley surrounded by vineyards, orchards and mountains. It is renowned for its Cape Dutch buildings, university and world famous wines.
Day 14 Robben Island
Visit South Africa's Alcatraz where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for more than two decades. Transfer to Cape Town International Airport.