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Classic South Africa

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Classic South Africa


per person

Discover South Africa. From the Lions of the Kruger to the Penguins of the Cape, this 13-day tour through South Africa will introduce you to our magical country.

Our Offer:

In a 13/14 seater minibus with driver guide –  8 + 9 guests
In a 10 seater minibus with driver guide – 6 + 7 guests
In an 8 seater minibus with driver guide – 4 + 5 guests
In a 5 seater sedan with driver guide – 3 or 2 or 1 guest

R41 688.00 per person sharing
R4 396.00 Single Supplement

Price is based on a minimum of 4 guests and a maximum of 9 guests

Private Tour:  2 guests R60 000.00  per person sharing

Departure dates  

06 February 2020, 13 February 2020, 12 March 2020,  26 March 2020, 09 April 2020, 14 May 2020, 13 August 2020, 10 September 2020, 01 October 2020, 15 October 2020, 22 October 2020, 12 November 2020, 19 November 2020

  • Departure
    Johannesburg to Cape Town
  • Include
    Cellar Tour
    Wine Tasting
    Game Drive
    Park Fees
    Panorama Route
    City Tour
    Porter Service
    Tour Guide
    Tollroad Fees
    Entry Fees
  • Not Included
    Personal Expenses
    Departure Taxes
    Airport Transfers

Day 1: Arrival

You are arriving at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and your transfer awaits you in the arrival hall after customs. As the rooms are sometimes only ready after 14h00 there is a possibility that you have to wait for your room. At 14h00 you will be met at reception by the tourguide.  You are doing a city tour of Pretoria, to get an overview of the city.  You visit the Voortrekker Monument and the Kruger House.  

Day 2: Greater Kruger National Park

Today you are doing sightseeing along the beautiful Panoramaroute, which runs along the Blyde River Canyon.  This Canyon, one of the natural wonders of Africa, drops 800 meters from the escarpment of Mariepskop and the Three Rondawels, down to the river.  We stop at various viewing points and will also have a look at Bourke’s Luck Potholes, which were created by the unusual water erosion. Our drive continues to the Greater National Park area.

Day 3: Greater Kruger National Park

Today you will enjoy a full day game drive in open vehicles in the Kruger National Park.   The reserve covers 20000 square meters, and the big game is dominant here.   There are 137 mamal species and the „Big Five“: Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino belong to them.  But big herds of antilope, 450 bird species, reptiles, fish and butterflies can also be seen. Low gras and bush vegetation, the Savanna, are mostly seen in the landscape of the Kruger National Park.

Day 4: Greater Kruger National Park to Eswatini

Today you are doing a traversing morning game drive. Your tour continues from the area of Kruger National Park and you drive to Eswatini (former Swaziland). Drive through the Kingdom of Eswatini, known for its mountainous landscape, its friendly citizens and the colourful markets.   You might want to visit a market where you can buy original souveniers. A glass factory can also be visited.

Day 5: Eswatini to Hluhluwe

Drive to Hluhluwe.  An open vehicle game drive with a picnic lunch in the Hluhluwe Game Reserve.  The animal world is similar to that of the Umfolozi Game Reserve: white and black rhinos, lions, cheetahs, impalas, warthogs, wildebeest, zebras,  water- and reed antilopes, leopards, jackals and crocodiles.  

Day 6: Hluhluwe to Drakensberg

Drive to the Drakensberg area.  Here you will find the most beautiful mountain scenery of South Africa.   The name originates from a legend, where dragons were living in the caves many years ago.   Many years ago, the bushmen were hunting and searching for food in the mountains. Afternoon tea will be served.  

Day 7: Drakensberg to Durban

After your guided morning walk at Giants castle, the tour continues to Durban. In Durban you will do an orientating City Tour.    South Africas biggest harbour city on the Indian Ocean is a busy industry and business centre as well as a holiday paradise. Take a walk through the Indian market and it feels as if you are in India.  Durban has the most Indian inhabitats in South Africa – an inheritance from the british colonial time.

Day 8: Durban to Port Elizabeth to Knysna

Transfer to the King Shaka Airport and flight to Port Elizabeth (not included in price).  Port Elizabeth ist the economic centre of the Eastern Cape. We do stop at the famous Bloukrans Bridge.  The one or the other might want to dare to do the highest bungee jump.   The drive continues to the jungle like Tsitsikamma Forest. Near the Sauer Bridge, a bridge which is crossing the Storms River, are big yellow trees which are up to 850 years old.   You will visit the Big Tree, before you continue your journey to Knysna.

Day 9: Knysna to Oudtshoorn

The part between Mossel Bay and Storms River is known as the „garden route“. This region which is close to the sea has scenic bays, lonely beaches, high rocks, escarpments and jungle like forests.  In Knysna you will be able to go window shopping, before your journey continues via the Outeniqua-Paß to Oudtshoorn. Oudtshoorn is the centre of ostrich breeding.  You pay a visit to the Safari Ostrich Farm, where you will take part in a guided tour. A special BBQ lunch will be served.  

Day 10: Oudtshoorn to Montagu

You visit the Cango Caves, one of the biggest and most beautiful cave systems in the world. Your journey continues through the Small Karro to Montagu.

Day 11: Montagu to Cape Town

Via the Kogmanskloof Pass you drive into the most wellknown winelands areas of the Cape.  This area is known for its excellent wines, beautiful scenery and beautiful towns. You visit a wine estate and take part in a guided cellar tour with wine tasting.  Continue to Cape Town.

Day 12: Cape Town and Cape of Good Hope

We depart for the fisher town Hout Bay.  From there we continue to the Cape Nature Reserve.   We continue along False Bay via Simon’s town, where we visit the penguins at Boulders Beach and Fisch Hoek. Thereafter we visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens with its local and exoitc plants.

Day 13: Farewell

More than two million people are living in the greater Cape Town area, which is from the Table Mountain beyond the hills and the bays of the peninsula. City Tour with a visit to the Bo-Kaap museum before the transfer to the airport.
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