South Africa


Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 16days
Maximum number of people: Unlimited
Location: South Africa, Eastern Cape, Gauteng, Western Cape †

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On arrival in Cape Town transfer to The Table Bay situated at the V&A Waterfront. This is the perfect base to explore the many attractions on offer in Cape Town and the surrounding areas.
Transfer to Franschhoek about 45 minutes from Cape Town. Le Quartier Français is situated in the historic town of Franschhoek, the gourmet capital of South Africa, and offers luxury accommodation and a superb fine dining restaurant with a choice selection of local wines. Margot Janse, rated as one of the top female chefs in South Africa won acclaim for Le Quartier Français restaurant as “The Top Choice Restaurant in the Western Cape for 2000”. Dinners offer a fusion of flavours influenced by fresh local produce. Margot is self-taught and this is evident in her natural flair with food and the simple yet very creative combinations of flavours, colours and textures. Member of Relais & Chateaux.
Travel back to Cape Town for a flight to George. Transfer to Tsala Treetops Lodge in the heart of the Garden Route. A symphony of stone, wood, glass and water high above the floor of the magnificent indigenous forests of the Garden Route, between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. Eastern and European flavours blend with the cultures of Africa to reflect in the tastes, rhythms and colours of the hand crafted fittings and superb cuisine. Elevated wooden walkways meander through the trees to ten exclusive and very private suites, all with plunge pools. These seductive structures rise to heights exceeding six metres, each one a harmonious combination of craftsmanship of ancient times and indulgent luxury of modern convenience. Discover the romance and magic of Coastal Africa. Member of Relais & Chateaux.
Transfer to George and fly to Port Elizabeth. Travel to Gorah Elephant Camp. Embark on a noble safari to an outpost of tented romance. Gorah is a premier camp set in the malaria-free Addo National Park, home to the densest elephant population on earth. Restored to its 19th century Colonial splendour and period furnished, the main house reflects opulence and delivers the meticulous service characteristic of a Hunter Hotels property. The 10 luxury tented suites are a haven in the wilderness. Elephant encounters at matchlessly close range and priceless wildlife viewing will complement your Garden Route adventure. Gorah Elephant Camp is a 4,500 ha concession situated right in the heart of the Addo Elephant National Park, home to the densest population of elephant in the world.
Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is located in the beautiful and historically rich Eastern Cape along 30 kilometres of privately-owned river frontage, surrounded by 16 000 hectares of exclusive, malaria-free wilderness. Overlooking the Great Fish River, the lodge is masterfully contoured to blend with the magnificent landscape. Kwandwe means “Place of the Blue Crane” in Xhosa, and is home to a population of these majestic endangered birds. Accommodation is in 9 luxurious suites that feature bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, plunge pools, personal bars, salas, portable phone for room service and covered verandas. The décor is African-inspired, with earth-toned fabrics, indigenous timber and early settler antiques and artifacts. Each suite has a private river deck with sala overlooking the Great Fish River.
After breakfast transfer to Port Elizabeth in time to connect with your flight to Johannesburg and onwards to the Sabie Sand Game Reserve to overnight at the luxurious Singita Boulders or Ebony Lodge.
From KMIA transfer to Singita’s luxurious award winning lodges, Ebony and Boulders. Singita is located in the heart of South Africa’s finest game viewing area, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, where your professional team of ranger and tracker will take you on a voyage of discovery with the ultimate wildlife safari. Both Ebony and Boulders offer equal standards of luxury, tranquility and seclusion amidst ”Big Five” country in the Sabi Sand Reserve. All suites offer private swimming pools, air-conditioning, and fine cuisine along with a wine cellar, healthcare spa, game rangers and trackers. Regular sightings of Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, White Rhino and many other animal and bird species take place on morning and evening game drives. Member of Relais & Chateaux.
Nestled in the exclusive Sandhurst suburb of Sandton, Saxon makes a world class statement of ethnic African elegance, combined with personalised attention to detail. Saxon has always been a place of welcome. First as a home, now a home away from home. With its roots in the heart of Gauteng, it has drawn the warmth of the city that bred it - from the world it has won it's refinement and ease. Saxon boasts twenty six suites of various sizes. Each suite features large screen televisions, VCR and DVD player with a surround sound system and business ISDN link ups. The four presidential suites each feature a separate lounge and dining area. The spectacular Mandela and Mbeki platinum suites are furnished to cater for the most discerning traveller.
Step aboard the Pride of Africa - the world's most luxurious train - begin a journey from Johannesburg to Cape Town. Since its establishment more than 10 years ago, Rovos Rail has earned an international reputation for its truly world-class travel experiences. Step aboard the wood-panelled coaches - classics remodelled and refurbished to mint condition - and enjoy fine cuisine in five-star luxury as some of the most varied scenery imaginable unfolds beyond the windows. Recapture the romance and atmosphere of a by-gone era, when privileged travellers experienced the magic and mystery of Africa in a relaxed and elegant fashion.
Spend your last night at Ellerman House overlooking Table Bay. Ellerman House is an historical landmark situated on the most spectacular site on Kloof Road in the premier Cape Town suburb of Bantry Bay. It is the perfect venue to spend your last night of this wonderful safari.
After breakfast, transfer to the airport in time for your flight home or onward destination.

• Game viewing by 4x4 vehicle in the eastern Cape and Kruger area
• Wine tasting in the wine lands of South Africa
• Visit to Table Mountain, Cape Point, Boulders Penguins
• Outstanding golf courses
• Sight seeing on the Garden Route
• Luxury rail safari on board the Rovos Rail - most luxurious train in the world
• Visit the spectacular Victoria Falls (with below extension)


Golden Gate: This unique national park was created in 1963 to conserve 11 500ha of golden sandstone cliffs and highlands along the Lesotho border with Natal and the Free State provinces. Great caverns and rock shelters are home to various raptors, including the bearded vulture, the black eagle, the blue crane and the jackal buzzard. Animals to be found on the lower grassland slopes include black wildebeest, eland, red hartebeest and oribi.

Aliwal North Springs: The town was originally important during the Cape frontier days as a transport depot, and crossing point of the Orange River. Two thermal springs found on the farm Buffelsvlei (buffalo watering hole) led to its popularity as a health resort. The springs are highly mineralised at temperatures of 31°C.

Graaff Reinet: An historic Karoo (Khoi-Khoi word meaning "land of thirst") frontier town that was established in 1786 to govern an area too remote from the Cape at the time. The desolate plains of the Great Karoo are nearby and good examples of Cape Dutch architecture are found here. The "drosty" (residency) was constructed to house the governor, his family and officials, and their slaves. Today these restored buildings are part of the Drosty Hotel.

Mountain Zebra National Park: Situated in the Bankberg Mountains, on the edge of the Great Karoo, this park is a sanctuary for the very rare Cape mountain zebra, (Equus zebra zebra) , which stands only 1.2m high. Vegetation is typical Karoo with fine acacia, wild olive and succulents like aloes. After good rains in April, the landscape is covered with flowers. Bushman rock paintings can also be viewed.

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