Let us transport you deep into the vibrant heart of "The Rainbow Nation" A country ripe with history, offering ample activities from beaches to hiking to mountains to wine farms, this country offers it all. We begin our experience in "The Mother City", Cape Town, which is nestled in the belly of Table Mountain. We will awaken your tastebuds with a wine farm tour in Franschhoek Valley. Explore the beautiful coastal towns of Hermanus and Plettenberg Bay, where you can indulge in optional activities of visiting the Elephant Sanctuary, bungee jumping, etc. From here, prepare to be in awe, as you will next be transported to the majestic mountain range in the Drakensberg. From here we will visit Rorkes Drift and be enthralled by tales from the battle fields when the Zulus and British Army clashes. And last but not least, as no trip to South Africa is complete without a safari, we will be enjoying morning and evening safaris at Hluhluwe.
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- 4 nights in Cape Town
- 1 night in Winelands
- 1 night in Hermanus
- 2 nights in Plettenberg Bay
- 2 nights in Drakensberg
- 2 nights in Battlefields
- 2 nights on Safari
- Dinner at Champagne Valley
- Lunch and Dinner on Safari
- Visit and entry to Table Mountain
- Visit and entry to Robben Island
- Visit and entry to Cape Point
- Entry to Chapmans Peak
- Visit and entry to Penguins at Boulders Beach.
- Hiking Monks Crowl
- Visit and entry to Battlefields Tour
- 4x Game Drive
South Africa is part of Africa, but not nearly as wild as one would expect. No, there are no lions roaming around the streets, only in Game parks. South Africa is loving referred to as "The Rainbow Nation", and it's a very colourful nation. Home to many indigenous tribes, its not surprising that the country has 11 official languages. South Africa has a little bit of everything for every traveller. Bustling cities with great 5 star restaurants, quaint towns surrounded by beauty and a beautiful coastline offering all kinds of amazing beaches.
DID YOU KNOW
- South Africa is home the the world's second largest waterfall? Tugela Falls in the Drakensberg measures at 850 meters.
- South Africa has 11 official languages. Zulu and Xhosa are most commonly spoken, followed by Afrikaans and English.
- Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains and home to 2 200 species of plants.
- South Africa has hosted the rugby (1995) cricket (2003) and soccer (2010) world cups, the only other country besides England to boast this.