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South Africa in 12 Days R 26 450
 
South Africa in 16 Days R 30 300
     
South African in 12 Days tour   South African in 16 Days tour
     
  Kruger National Park plus game viewing
  Swaziland and the Zulu Kingdom
  The Garden Route and the Cape Winelands
     
 
 
  12 DAY ITINERARY:
  Day 1:
    Depart Johannesburg and travel to Mpumalanga Province, known as “Paradise Country”. Drive along the spectacular “Panorama Route”, offering views of amazing scenery, including the 26 kilometre-long Blyde River Canyon and historic God’s Window, a breathtaking view [weather permitting] of the edge of the escarpment taking in the Kruger National Park. Continue to the Hazyview area for your overnight stay.
     
  Day 2:
    Enjoy an early morning game drive in the Kruger National Park with a pre-packed breakfast. Kruger is one of the world’s greatest national parks, home to a stunning array of wildlife. Search for the ‘Big Five’ (rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, and elephant) as well as prolific birdlife and numerous other game. The afternoon is at leisure at your hotel. Late afternoon open vehicle game drives are available [optional & for own account]. [B]
     
  Day 3:
    The day begins with early morning coffee or tea, followed by a thrilling open vehicle game drive through Kruger National Park with pre-packed breakfast. The park offers some of the best game viewing and wildlife opportunities in the world – and the visitor will soon appreciate the challenges of managing this unique reserve. The afternoon is at leisure at your hotel, or you can join us on our Community visit to the Sizabantwana Children Care Centre for a tour and a brief look into the lives of the children that attend the centre. This visit offers you the opportunity to understand more about the rural communities and their lifestyles and to interact with them in a secure and optimistic environment. This experience comes highly recommended! Return to your hotel where open -vehicle game drives are available [optional and for own account]. [B]
     
  Day 4:
    This morning we travel to Swaziland, an independent Kingdom within the borders of South Africa, known for its lovely scenery, crafts and colourful indigenous culture. Visit the Ngwenya glass factory, where visitors can watch talented glass blowers create a range of enchanting African animals, birds and fish, as well as tableware, made from 100% recycled glass that is collected by the children of Swaziland. In the afternoon the opportunity exists for a complimentary [optional] excursion to a Swazi candle factory, where visitors can watch Swazi wax artists make beautiful candles. Overnight in Swaziland. [B]
     
  Day 5:
    After breakfast you will continue south through Swaziland, before re-entering South Africa. Travel to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, which contains an immense diversity of fauna and flora and is particularly famous for its conservation of black and white rhino. Enjoy an afternoon game drive before continuing to your hotel in the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi region. Overnight Hluhluwe-Umfolozi region. [B]
     
  Day 6:
    After breakfast, travel to a traditional Zulu village to experience the local culture, dancing and a delicious ethnic lunch. The journey continues to Durban, passing traditional Zulu Kraals, Eucalyptus plantations and sugar cane fields. Overnight in Durban. [BL]
     
  Day 7:
    After breakfast, transfer to Durban airport for the short southward flight to Port Elizabeth, where you will be met by your representative and transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to relax or explore. Port Elizabeth, known as the “friendly city”, has a wonderful climate and offers plenty to see and do, such as the oceanarium and snake house [for own account] Overnight in Port Elizabeth. [B]
     
  Day 8:
    Head westwards along the Garden Route, which follows the Indian Ocean coastline and is bordered inland by soaring mountain ranges and indigenous forests. You will visit the spectacular Tsitsikamma National Park and Storm's River Mouth on your way along the coast. You’ll arrive at your hotel in Knysna, known as the oyster box of South Africa, nestling on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the Garden Route. The afternoon is at leisure to relax or explore the town. Overnight in Knysna. [BD]
     
  Day 9:
    After a leisurely breakfast you’ll enjoy a lagoon cruise to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, where you can take a trailer ride to the top of the Western Head to enjoy panoramic views of the town and lagoon, returning for lunch under the Milkwood trees. The afternoon is at leisure to further explore this charming town set around a natural harbour lagoon. [BL]
     
  Day 10:
    Travel via the Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn, the centre of the world’s ostrich farming industry. You’ll visit an ostrich Farm for a guided tour, before taking a tour of the spectacular limestone caverns of the Cango Caves, one of the world’s great natural wonders, sculpted by nature through the ages. Late afternoon you will travel to your hotel in time to check in and relax. Overnight in Oudtshoorn. [B]
     
  Day 11:
    After breakfast, travel through the ‘Little Karoo’ to Barrydale, where you will have the opportunity to visit a local farm school, interact with the children and teachers, spending time with them in the classroom learning more about the local farming community, before continuing to Montagu, a picturesque and historic spa town. [The school visit is subject to school being open] Continue to Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa, surrounded by some of the most spectacular mountains with vineyards as a backdrop. [B]
     
  Day 12:
    After a leisurely breakfast, enjoy a wine tasting in the Stellenbosch area, arguably the country’s most famous wine route. Then finally on to Cape Town, the oldest city in South Africa, spectacularly set at the foot of Table Mountain. Between beautiful Cape Dutch homesteads, traditional dancers with painted faces performing in the streets, the smell of spicy Malay cooking and the taste of a well-made wine, this city will fill your senses. The tour ends on arrival in Cape Town. [B]
     
     
Cape Winelands
 
Zululand
     
 
  Tour Departs: Selected Mondays  
     
  Tour Notes: Subject to minimum 2 guests.
Flights: Please book flights to depart Durban after 12h:30.
 
     
 
Included in this tour:
11 breakfasts
2 lunches
1 dinner
11 nights’ accommodation
Porterage
Transportation
Sightseeing as specified
 
     
 
Excluded from this safari:
Flight: Durban - Port Elizabeth [DUR/PLZ] & departure tax.
 
     
  Rate per person sharing:
From ZAR 26 450.00 for stay in comfortable hotels to
ZAR 28 200.00 for one notch up and
ZAR 30 200.00 for luxury hotels.
 
  Please note that the guests will be travelling on the same vehicle, but will be dropped off at different accommodation, depending on their accommodation choices.  
     
  Valid for travel till: 31 October 2016  
     
 
  Kruger National Park plus game viewing
  Swaziland and the Zulu Kingdom
  The Garden Route and the Cape Winelands
  The Mother City, Cape Town
 
   
  16 DAY ITINERARY:
  Day 1:
    On arrival in Johannesburg at OR Tambo International Airport, you’ll be met by your representative and transferred to your hotel. Johannesburg is the largest and most populous city in South Africa. It is also the source of a large-scale gold and diamond trade, due to its location on the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. The remainder of the day is at leisure & unescorted. Why not enjoy a sightseeing tour or simply relax at your hotel.
     
  Day 2:
    Depart Johannesburg after breakfast and travel to Mpumalanga Province, known as “Paradise Country”. Drive along the spectacular “Panorama Route”, offering views of amazing scenery including the 26 kilometre-long Blyde River Canyon and historic God’s Window, a breathtaking view (weather permitting) of the edge of the escarpment taking in the Kruger National Park. Continue to an area near Hazyview for your overnight stay. [B]
     
  Day 3:
    Enjoy an early morning game drive in the Kruger National Park with a pre-packed breakfast. Kruger is one of the world’s greatest national parks, home to a stunning array of wildlife. Search for the ‘Big Five’ (rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, and elephant) as well as prolific birdlife and numerous other game. The afternoon is at leisure at your hotel. Late afternoon open vehicle game drives are available [optional & for own account]. [B]
     
  Day 4:
    The day begins with early morning coffee or tea, followed by a thrilling open vehicle game drive through Kruger National Park with pre-packed breakfast. The park offers some of the best game viewing and wildlife opportunities in the world – and the visitor will soon appreciate the challenges of managing this unique reserve. The afternoon is at leisure at your hotel or you can join us on our Community visit to the Sizabantwana Children Care Centre for a tour and a brief look into the lives of the children that attend the centre. This visit offers you the opportunity to understand more about the rural communities and their lifestyles and to interact with them in a secure and optimistic environment. Return to your hotel where open -vehicle game drives are available [optional and for own account]. [B]
     
  Day 5:
    This morning we travel to Swaziland, an independent Kingdom within the borders of South Africa, known for its lovely scenery, crafts and colourful indigenous culture. Visit the Ngwenya glass factory, where visitors can watch talented glass blowers create a range of enchanting African animals, birds and fish, as well as tableware, made from 100% recycled glass that is collected by the children of Swaziland. In the afternoon the opportunity exists for a complimentary [optional] excursion to a Swazi candle factory, where visitors can watch Swazi wax artists make beautiful candles. Overnight in Swaziland. [B]
     
  Day 6:
    After breakfast you will continue south through Swaziland, before re-entering South Africa. Travel to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, which contains an immense diversity of fauna and flora and is particularly famous for its conservation of black and white rhino. Enjoy an afternoon game drive before continuing to your hotel in the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi region. Overnight Hluhluwe-Umfolozi region. [B]
     
  Day 7:
    After breakfast, travel to a traditional Zulu village to experience the local culture, dancing and a delicious ethnic lunch. The journey continues to Durban, passing traditional Zulu Kraals, Eucalyptus plantations and sugar cane fields. Overnight in Durban. [BL]
     
  Day 8:
    After breakfast, transfer to Durban airport for the short southward flight to Port Elizabeth, where you will be met by your representative and transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to relax or explore. Port Elizabeth, known as the “friendly city”, has a wonderful climate and offers plenty to see and do [for own account]. Overnight in Port Elizabeth. [B]
     
  Day 9:
    Head westwards along the Garden Route, which follows the Indian Ocean coastline and is bordered inland by soaring mountain ranges and indigenous forests. You will visit the spectacular Tsitsikamma National Park and Storm's River Mouth on your way along the coast. You’ll arrive at your hotel in Knysna, known as the oyster box of South Africa, nestling on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the Garden Route. The afternoon is at leisure to relax or explore the town. Overnight in Knysna. [BD]
     
  Day 10:
    After a leisurely breakfast you’ll enjoy a lagoon cruise to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, where you can take a trailer ride to the top of the Western Head to enjoy panoramic views of the town and lagoon, returning for lunch under the Milkwood trees. The afternoon is at leisure to further explore this charming town set around a natural harbour lagoon. [BL]
     
  Day 11:
    Travel via the Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn, the centre of the world’s ostrich farming industry. You’ll visit an ostrich Farm for a guided tour, before taking a tour of the spectacular limestone caverns of the Cango Caves, one of the world’s great natural wonders, sculpted by nature through the ages. Late afternoon you will travel to your hotel in time to check in and relax. Overnight in Oudtshoorn. [B]
     
  Day 12:
    After breakfast, travel through the ‘Little Karoo’ to Barrydale, where you will have the opportunity to visit a local farm school, interact with the children and teachers, spending time with them in the classroom learning more about the local farming community, before continuing to Montagu, a picturesque and historic spa town. [The school visit is subject to school being open.] Continue to Stellenbosch, the second oldest city in South Africa, surrounded by some of the most spectacular mountains with vineyards as a backdrop. [B]
     
  Day 13:
    After a leisurely breakfast, enjoy a wine tasting in the Stellenbosch area, arguably the country’s most famous wine route. Then finally onto Cape Town, the oldest city in South Africa, spectacularly set at the foot of Table Mountain where the remainder of the day is yours to relax or explore the city [unescorted]. Overnight in Cape Town. [B]
     
  Day 14:
    A full day at leisure. Select one of our popular DAY TOURS from DAYTOURS-SOUTH AFRICA. Perhaps enjoy a sightseeing tour to Table Mountain [own account] or simply explore the city. Although a small city, Cape Town is packed with sightseeing attractions, excellent bars, cafes and restaurants as well as colourful craft markets. There is also the Two Oceans Aquarium, Robben Island or alternatively relax on one of Cape Town’s many beaches. Overnight in Cape Town. [B]
     
  Day 15:
    After a relaxing breakfast, you’ll have a full day at leisure and time for another DAY TOUR. Why not join an optional tour of the Cape Peninsula (own account). Drive through Sea Point, the seaside village of Hout Bay and then to Cape Point where (by tradition) it is said that the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. Return to Cape Town through the historic naval base of Simon’s Town and Muizenberg to visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, a centre for the preservation of the region’s unique flora. Overnight in Cape Town. [B]
     
  Day 16:
    Enjoy some last minute shopping (unescorted) or sightseeing (own account). The Robben Island Tour, which departs from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, offers a fascinating excursion or perhaps just wander through the variety of shops and boutiques catering for all tastes and budgets. Later you will be transferred to the airport, harbour or railway station for your onward journey. [B]
     
 
  Tour Departs: Selected Sundays.  
     
  Tour Notes: Subject to minimum 2 guests.
Flights: Please book flights to depart Durban after 12h:30.
 
     
 
Included in this tour:
15 breakfasts
2 lunches
1 dinner
15 nights’ accommodation
Porterage
Transportation
Sightseeing as specified
 
     
 
Excluded from this safari:
Flight: Durban - Port Elizabeth [DUR/PLZ] & departure tax.
 
     
  Rate per person sharing:
From ZAR 30 390 for stay in comfortable hotels to
ZAR 32 850 for one notch up and
ZAR 37 800for luxury hotels.
 
  Please note that the guests will be travelling on the same vehicle, but will be dropped off at different accommodation, depending on their accommodation choices.  
     
  Valid for travel till: 31 October 2016  
     
 
     
 
     
 
 
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