Do you want to see all the highlights without having to drive yourself? Then this is the perfect tour for you! In a small group you travel through South Africa by minibus under the guidance of an expert guide. This guide will tell you everything about the places and sights you visit.
The tour consists of two parts. The first part starts and ends in Johannesburg. During this part you will see the beautiful Drakensberg, continue to St. Lucia and the Hluhluwe Park, where you will search for, among other things, rhinos. Then you drive through eSwatini (formerly Swaziland), where you learn a lot about the colorful culture of this small country, to the iconic Kruger Park. You will of course make a number of game drives here. Finally, the well-known Panorama route cannot be missed. You drive back to Johannesburg and fly to George together.
The second part of this trip starts in George. You can also visit the highlights on the Garden Route! Wilderness, Tsitsikamma and Knysna are not missing. But you also leave the coast to visit Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of South Africa. In addition, there is Hermanus, the wine region where you can taste the wines that South Africa is so famous for. You end with the Cape Peninsula.
You travel in a small group of maximum 10 people. Everyone has a guaranteed window location. Many meals are included. In the travel schedule you can see exactly which meals are and which are not included.
Please note: you stay in comfortable lodges and camps. However, the Skukuza Restcamp in Kruger National Park is basic. Would you like to stick a stay in Cape Town on your trip? This is no problem, ask us about the possibilities!
This beautiful journey will introduce you to the gems of the Eastern and Western Cape provinces. The journey begins in Cape Town where you can visit the sights such as Table Mountain and Robben Island at your leisure. Afterwards you will spend most of the night in quiet, small villages surrounded by beautiful nature reserves. During this trip you can get a breath of fresh air at the beach, visit whale watching (seasonal), visit wineries and impressive caves, walk through beautiful green forests and along an unspoilt coastline and look for the Big Five in two game reserves.
For those who like being active in nature (hiking, walking, kayaking or simply enjoying the view), this is a very suitable trip.
This fun trip is ideal when you are traveling with (small) children! You start in Cape Town and stay three nights just outside the city, in the quiet town of Noordhoek.
Enjoy the beach, wine countries, but also the city! Then there are some fantastic nights on the program! This way you get a real ‘glamping’ experience (camping, but in a luxurious way), you look for the Big Five during safaris in malaria-free areas, enjoy nature and the beach along the beautiful and famous Garden Route.
Read more about traveling to South Africa with (small) children here.
You have undoubtedly heard of the term ‘glamping’ or ‘Boutique camping’. It is a fantastic way of traveling for people who love the outdoors and nature, but are looking for more comfort than just a dome tent with mattress and sleeping bag.
Imagine, you will be awakened in the morning by the rising sun and the singing birds. You make a delicious cup of coffee and start the day quietly on your own veranda, enjoying the view of a river, an idyllic lake, the mountains or the vineyards. That is glamping in the Western Cape of South Africa!
The small-scale camps where you will stay during this trip are in special places such as fruit plantations, wine estates and farms, surrounded by nature. The spacious ‘tents’ have two bedrooms and can accommodate up to five people. You have a private bathroom, a kitchen, dining table and seating area.
You will not be bored during your stay! You can take beautiful walks through the forests and mountains, canoeing, mountain biking, horseback riding, wine tasting and visiting picturesque villages.
The Cape Winelands, mountainous areas, the dry and impressive Karoo, beautiful coastlines and overgrown green forests along the Garden Route are all on the program of this unique journey.
Are you traveling with children? Then this trip is perfect! The camps and the spacious tents are child friendly and you do not have to worry about malaria! Malaria mosquitoes do not occur in this area.
A beautiful 26 day tour of the highlights of South Africa! During many round trips through this ‘World in one country’ you often fly from Durban / Kruger / Johannesburg to Port Elizabeth / George / Cape Town, but not during this trip! This trip also introduces you to the relatively unspoilt and ‘wild’ Wild Coast! An area that is often skipped. And that’s a shame because, as you will also notice, this area has a lot to offer! You will find empty beaches, lagoons, bays and nice little coastal towns here. This is also the ‘home’ for the Xhosa. When you drive through this area, you will see the hills dotted with their rondavels.
But the Wild Coast is of course not the only ‘highlight’ you visit! A visit to the Panorama route, Kruger National Park and eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) should not be missed, just like Hluhluwe’s rhinos! The beautiful Garden Route is also on the program, where you can enjoy forests, mountains, the coast and of course the famous wine region. You conclude this wonderful journey with a two-night stay in Cape Town.
Be completely immersed in the pure ‘Out of Africa’ feeling during this trip! You will visit no less than three game reserves where you can come face to face with the infamous ‘Big Five’ (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo).
An experienced ranger will look for these and other animals for you. And what about an exciting guided walk through the reserve? You can often approach the animals very close. How wonderful is it to suddenly see a rhino walking by?
Accommodation in good comfortable lodges and camps. Imagine, while you walk through the garden of your lodge, you see the warthogs indulging in the grass and while you enjoy a glass of wine on your veranda, you can hear the birds singing!
But you can also visit the beautiful and majestic Drakensberg. Wonderful walks can be made here. You feel at one with nature.
Varied landscapes with beautiful coastlines, dense forests, open dry plains, impressive mountain passes, caves, wild animals and vineyards are some of the things that you will see and experience during this beautiful tour along the well-known Garden Route and perhaps equally well-known Route 62.
After an extensive introduction to the ‘Mother City’ Cape Town with its iconic Table Mountain, you can indulge in culinary delights in Franschhoek with its renowned wine farms and excellent restaurants. Stroll through the charming coastal town of Knysna, look for elephants and other wildlife at the Garden Route Game Lodge and Addo Elephant National Park and enjoy the beautiful sandy beach of Jeffrey’s Bay before returning via Route 62 to Cape Town.
N.B. This tour can be booked in three different categories: with accommodation in good 3-star accommodations (budget), in comfortable 4-star accommodations (comfort) and in luxury 5-star accommodations (luxury). In the day to day program you can read more about the different accommodation options. The published prices of this tour are based on accommodation in budget accommodations. Contact us if you want to make the trip based on comfort or luxury accommodation.
South Africa really has everything in one. The diversity of this beautiful country is enormous. The country offers sun, sea, mountains, nature, culture, cities and of course, not to be forgotten safaris. How about the Kruger Park, the Panorama route, Swaziland, the Drakensberg, Addo Elephant Park, the Garden Route and Cape Winelands and all others sights? Words fall short for this special country, you will have to experience it for yourself!
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A wonderful introduction trip to the northern part of South Africa. You stay in fine accommodation and enjoy unparalleled natural beauty and wildlife. You will visit various game parks including the Kruger Park, spend a night in the Kingdom of Lesotho and visit the impressive Drakensberg. The breathtaking nature of South Africa and Big Five safaris are central to this journey that can also be combined perfectly with a journey through the south of South Africa.