TOUR DEPARTS: Johannesburg TOUR ENDS: Cape Town


FLIGHT FROM: 1200,-€

Blyde River Canyon: Westlodge B&B x1 night

Kuger National Park: Kruger Safari Lodge x3 nights

Eswatini: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary x1 night

Cape Town: The Hyde Hotel x4 nights 


Day 1 Blyde River Canyon

The tour starts at Johannesburg International Airport and takes a 5-hour drive to the beautiful Panorama Route. Along the way, we visit Pilgrims Rest, Mac Mac Falls, and if time permits, God’s Window. Once we arrive at the lodge, we have some time to refresh before enjoying our first group dinner. DB&B

Day 2 Kruger National Park

The day begins with breakfast, followed by a visit to the Blyde River Canyon and Lurk Potholes. The drive is scenic, keep your camera ready. After exploring the canyons and potholes, we will drive back to Graskop. In Graskop, there will be a short coffee break before continuing our journey to the low veld and entering Kruger National Park. Once we arrive, we will check in and then embark on a sunset safari, which is a 3-hour game drive. We will return to the lodge before it gets dark. DB&B

Day 3 Kruger National Park

The day starts at 5am with a sunrise safari and return to the lodge around 9am. We try to maximize the chances of spotting big cats and other animals that are active during the night or before sunrise. After the game drive, we have brunch at the restaurant and relax for the rest of the day. The sunset safari departs at 3pm till sunset and returns to the lodge. DB&B

Day 4 Kruger National Park.

Today is a free day for optional activities such as a bush walk, a night safari, or asking the guide for another sunrise safari in our minibus.DB&B

Day 5 Swaziland Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

The landlocked Kingdom of Eswatini is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, with stunning mountain views, wildlife, and an interesting history. Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is the oldest nature conservation in Swaziland. We will overnight in traditional Swazi beehives. The game (animals) roam freely within the lodge. DB&B

Day 6 Cape Town

Cape Town is the most picturesque city in the world, with the majestic Table Mountain providing its central focus. The city is known as the Mother City, as it is the oldest city in South Africa, dating back to 1652. Upon arrival, we will visit Table Mountain by cable car (at own expense). We will spend a few hours exploring the mountain before heading back to the city. We do a city tour and return to the hotel before sunset, with some free time afterwards. B&B

Day 7 Cape of Good Hope

The tour continues after we leave the hotel for Camps Bay as our first stop. After Camps Bay, we visit the Hout Bay Harbour, drive through Chapmans Peak, walk to Cape Point, the Cape of Good Hope, and visit the African penguins in Boulders Beach before heading back to the hotel. B&B

Day 8 Wineland / Stellenbosch & Franschhoek

The day starts with a leisurely breakfast, a walk around the V&A Waterfront, and then a departure for wine tasting before lunchtime. We make our first stop in Stellenbosch for a town visit. We have lunch in Franschhoek, walk through the town, visiting the church and French Memorial. We visit two wineries for wine tasting before driving back to the hotel. B&B

Day 9 Free Day / Optional Activities 

Today is a free day for shopping or optional activities such as Robben Island, helicopter flights, or just relaxing around the pool. Between August and October we recommend the whale watching tours in Hermanus (2 hours drive from Cape Town). B&B

Day 10 Tour Ends

The tour comes to an end after breakfast, and the airport transfer leaves the hotel between 9 and 10 am. B&B





The unique “Rainbow Nation”; in Southern Africa. A melting pot of culture wildlife and wonderful scenery. South Africa’s historic emergence from the Apartheid era has created a country with wonderful spirit. With eleven national languages and many more cultures. South Africa’s wildlife destinations rival the best in the world, with the Kruger National Park being a must for all visitors along with Mkuzi Game reserve and Addo Elephant National Park. The Zulu and the Xhosa cultures portray an intense history of survival and exploration of the country before the arrival of the Dutch Settlers.

BEST TIME TO TRAVELThe best time to travel to South Africa depends on the individuals, for safari enthusiast the best time to travel is between May and October. The temperatures are cooler or mild during the day but might get cold at night. It is our dry season. Along the Cape including the Garden Route, the best time to visit is between September and April, less rain and calm wind. It is warm. But, South Africa can be visited all year round and one will enjoy the warm weather and the beautiful landscape.

CAPE TOWN – The Cape Peninsula is a dramatic range of mountains penetrating the desolation of the southern Atlantic Ocean. The majestic Table Mountain is home to some 8500 species of flower. Cape Town often referred to as the “Mother City” is imbued with character and charm. The city centers around the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, a working harbour and historical site, offering everything from arts and crafts markets, shopping malls, theaters and live music to superb restaurants offering a variety of dishes from local South African to continental.

CAPE WINELANDS – The Cape Winelands have been described as the most beautiful and scenic in the world. Here you will find majestic mountains, quaint little villages, art galleries, museums, and lots of various wineries. The Cape Dutch architecture is prominent in the winelands making this an enchanting area.

GARDEN ROUTE – Stretching along the southern Cape coast from Heidelberg in the west to the Tsitsikamma Forest and Storms River in the east. The Garden Route boasts tropical forests, birds, fynbos plant species, tranquil inland lakes, towering mountains, pristine beaches and its brilliantly colored fauna and flora. Further inland you reach the Klein karoo, a semi-desert area of copper colored plains, ostrich farms, the spectacular Cango Caves and majestic mountain passes.

KWAZULU NATAL – is a area rich in diversity. In the Maputaland region you find the St. Lucia Wetland Park, an area rich in wildlife and beauty. Sodwana Bay boasts spectacular coral reefs superb for diving and snorkeling. The Hluhluwe/Umfolozi Game Reserves offer the chance to see the rare white rhino as well as many other species of wildlife. There are numerous Zulul villages offering crafts, traditional Zulu dance programs and the opportunity to mix and mingle amongst the Zulu tribe. For history enthusiasts a stay in the heart of Zululand with a guided tour to the battlegrounds of the Zulu, British and Boer wars is a must. The scenic Drakensberg moutains offer adventure activities such as hiking, biking and fishing. KwaZulu Natal is a perfect haven for birders.

southern tours and safaris
southern tours and safaris
southern tours and safaris