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South Africa – Where rugged wilderness meets luxury.
Untamed wilderness, white sand beaches, breathtaking landscapes South Africa is all that you imagined and more.
Cage dive with great white sharks, whale watch from a glass bottomed boat, encounter penguins on a beach, scale the savannah for the most coveted Big Five, and have a gourmet meal in one of the best vineyards in the world. Home to iconic cities and diverse landscapes, Africa is a colourful medly of beautiful contradictions and offers a whole range of experiences that cannot be found elsewhere.
One of the continents best Safari destinations, its wilderness allows you to meet the Big Five and much more, up close. Home to national parks and reserves which boast of a high density of wildlife, a South African Safari guarantees to be an experience like none other.
As the wine capital of the southern hemisphere, the Western Cape is the perfect combination of world renowned wineries, art, heritage and delectable food. Set amidst rolling green hills, serene and majestic, they provide the prefect escape after the hustle and bustle of Cape Town and Johannesburg.
With all of its gorgeous landscapes, it’s easy to over look South African cities. Colourful, vibrant and fast paced, they provide insight into the country’s past, and remind us how well diversity can define us. Experience Africa as a true melting pot of cultures, where parts make a whole.
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Experience the ultimate great white shark cage diving in the great white shark capital of the world.
Explore the stunning landscapes and phenomenal wines of the Western Cape, the wine capital of the southern hemisphere.
An evening at Boulders Beach, the only place in the world where you can see the African Jackass penguin.
Get up close to the Big Five with game drives at Sabi Sands an exclusive private reserve which is a apart of the Greater Kruger National Park.
Cherish a thrilling nocturnal game drive in Kruger before to end your tour on a high.
Upon arrival at Cape Town, a representative from our end will pick you up to proceed to Gansbaai, a cosy coastal fishing town known for its dense population of great white sharks.
Gansbaai is most famous for being close to Dyer Island, where lots of great white sharks can be found. The town is both beautiful and super laid-back, making it an excellent introduction to South Africa.
Spend your first day strolling around the town and catching a beach-side sunset.
(Overnight at Gansbaai)
Head out for your adventure day, post breakfast. If shark cage diving doesn’t appeal to you, you might want to get your adventure on by hitting the sand dunes on a fatbike instead. Roundhouse owners also run Fatbike Tours, which opens up a few different tour options in the Gansbaai/Hermanus region.
Whichever adventure you choose, you’ll be back in Gansbaai by late afternoon. Decompress in the hotel’s hot tub, and enjoy another South African sunset before calling it a day.
(Overnight at Gansbaai)
Now that you’ve settled into the South African pace of life, it’s time to head to the Mother City: Cape Town.
It’s about a 2-hour drive from Gansbaai to Cape Town, so you’ll want to start off early in order to make the most of your first day in the city. Whether you decide to spend your afternoon in the city or touring Robben Island,you’d end the day watching the sun set at Camps Bay, one of the more affluent areas of Cape Town. The beach at Camps Bay is nice, but at sunset the dying light paints the looming Twelve Apostles mountain range opposite the bay an otherworldly orange. It’s absolutely beautiful and is a great way to end your first day in the city.
(Overnight at Cape Town)
Start out with Chapman’s Peak Drive, a cliff-hugging road that connects Hout Bay in Cape Town to Noordhoek. There are a few viewpoints along the drive, including one that offers some amazing views back towards Hout Bay. After the drive, make for Simon’s Town and the famous Boulders Beach. Chances are you’ve already heard of Boulders Beach: it’s the postcard-perfect beach that is also home to a colony of endangered African Penguins. Cape Point is actually a nature reserve that’s part of the larger Table Mountain National Park, so it’s not uncommon to see wildlife here like baboons and dassies.
The most popular thing to do is to take the Flying Dutchman Funicular (or just hike) to the lighthouse at the top of Cape Point. From here, you get an incredible view out over the peninsula and ocean. Come back for an overnight stay.
(Overnight at Cape Town)
Post breakfast, drive to the largest city of South Africa – Johannesburg.
A must-visit in Johannesburg is the Apartheid Museum (in Soweto), which chronicles the struggle South Africans faced during the country’s decades of institutionalized racial segregation and discrimination. It’s not a happy museum, but it’s an important one to visit if you want to understand South Africa today.
In the evening, consider a street art walking tour through the city, which will give you a glimpse into both the artsy and rebellious sides of Johannesburg before signing off for the day.
(Overnight at Johannesburg)
After arriving, take some time to explore the property and then leave for your first game drive in the late afternoon. Keep an observant eye out for the Big 5 (buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion, and leopard) all within the first safari!
Along with the Big 5, you’ll things like lions mating, baby elephants charging your truck, a momma and newborn white rhino, wild dogs facing off with hyenas, and much, much more.
Come back after a thrilling safari and call it a day.
(Overnight at Kruger National Park)
Even though you might be thinking that one or two game drives will be enough, the truth is that you will never see the same thing twice on a game drive – meaning every single one in Kruger National Park is exciting and unique!
Spend the day wandering wilderness trails of Kruger with expert armed guides. Wind through the bush on Nyalaland Trail and follow the Madzaringwe Stream before arriving at the Lanne Gorge. Spend some time reveling in the breathtaking views as you search for some of the rare birds that dot this mountain path. Finally, explore some of the recently discovered fossils on the way back to camp. Overnight stay follows.
(Overnight at Kruger)
After spotting animals in the wild, learn about efforts to protect and preserve them at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Center. Take the afternoon and tour this facility that releases captive-bred cheetahs into the wild and nurses orphaned and injured animals back to health. Round out the day with a final late-night game drive for a chance to catch Kruger’s nocturnal creatures hunting in the bush.
(Overnight at Kruger)
After breakfast, check-out of your accomodation and get transferred to the airport to board your onward flight.
Recollect your mesmerizing stay at the South African wilderness on your way back.