South Africa: A World in one Country

AFRICA, South Africa

This all-encompassing, 14-day itinerary includes all the special details that make South Africa one of our most popular destinations. Sophisticated urban living, vast forested mountains, fertile plains, fascinating wildlife and magical cultural traditions all come together in a world of African adventure.

14 Days and 13 Nights

South Africa's immensely varied terrain supports a rich diversity of animals, birds, and plant-life and offers an incomparable range of experiences and Things to Do in South Africa. Whether you're in South Africa on safari or to enjoy the beaches, breathtaking drives, or unspoiled wilderness, strives to help you experience the very best that South Africa has to offer.

Available Attractions

Table Mountain

Well, the name of this key attraction already suggests it -- a flat-topped mountain, overlooking Cape Town. Make sure to hike to the top of the mountain. The climb is a hard task, but the view from up there is spectacular -- all of Cape Town`s radiance can be seen from up there, and the sea breeze will definitely freshen you up. For the not-so-adventurous type, there is a cable car to the summit.

All you need is your swimsuit and we'll provide you with a helmet with which you can breathe normally underwater without even getting your hair wet - highly recomended.

The Cape Peninsula

If you are an adventurous type of person and you enjoy hiking -- The Cape Peninsula is the best place to go. Within Table Mountain National Park, you will find the Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. The unspoiled nature will give you an experience to remember for a lifetime. If you visit this area in spring or early summer, you might see Southern Right Whales. Whatever time of year you visit, make sure you see the colony of 3,000 African penguins at Boulders Beach.

The Garden Route

The Garden Route stretches from Mossel Bay (Western Cape) to the Storms River (Eastern Cape). It is a marvelous route to walk through. First you will probably want to take a peek at the ten nature reserves, then the marine reserves. You can experience the pleasure of seeing over 300 different bird species, coral reefs, dolphins, seals, and many other magnificent creatures. Along the Garden Route there are a couple of bays where whales come to calve from July to December. The best bay to go to is Plettenberg Bay, which is a whale hotspot.



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  • Bed Type: One King plus one sofabed
  • Children Policy: Children two and under are permitted within maximum occupancy at no additional cost using existing bedding. Up to two children three to 12 are permitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per child, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).
  • Additional Adult Policy: Up to two adults 13 and over are prmitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per adult, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).Roll-away beds are based on availability and cannot be guaranteed; they can be requested for $5 per bed, per night.
  • Additional Person: and bedding fees will be collected by the property. For additional person and bedding requests, please highlight in the Special Instructions field after purchase.
  • Handicap-Accessible: No, the resort is not accesible by wheel chair.
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  • Day 1: Arrive Johannesburg Arrive in Johannesburg, where you are met andescorted to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.
  • Day 2: Johannesburg / Pretoria /MpumalangaVisit Pretoria and continue to Mpumalanga via Witbank, Dullstroom and Lydenburg, passingover the famous Long Tom Pass to Sabie. Thisafternoon explore Pilgrim’s Rest, the old miningvillage where gold was first discovered. (BD)
  • Day 3: Mpumalanga – ElephantInteractionThis morning visit the spectacular Blyde RiverCanyon and the quaint village of Graskop.Later enjoy the Elephant interaction experi-ence, with an opportunity to touch, feed andbrush down these magnificent animals. (BD)
  • Day 4: Kruger National Park Savor the magic of this enormous wildlife sanc-tuary in an open safari vehicle in search of lion,elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard, and all manner of wildlife, birds and plant species. (B)
  • Day 5: The Kingdom of SwazilandTravel to the tiny Kingdom of Swaziland, ruledby King MsWati III. Enjoy a Swazi cultural expe-rience before visiting the Swaziland NationalMuseum. Continue through the capital city,Mbabane, with its vibrant markets packed hand-icrafts to the beautiful Ezulwini Valley. (BLD)
  • Day 6: The Kingdom of the Zulu’s –hluhluwe-Umfolozi ParkFollowing a visit to the Swazi Candle Factory,travel into Zululand. This afternoon enjoy anexciting open safari vehicle game drive into theHluhluwe-Umfolozi Park. Hluhluwe is home toAfrica’s Big Five, including the white rhino. (B)
  • Day 7: Lake St Lucia / DurbanFollowing a cruise on Lake St Lucia, travel toDurban. The afternoon is at leisure. OptionalDurban City Tour or a trip to Ushaka MarineWorld (additional cost). (B)
  • Day 8: Durban / Port Elizabeth /Garden Route - KnysnaFly to Port Elizabeth and continue on throughthe glorious, indigenous Tsitsikamma Forestto Knysna, in the heart of the famous GardenRoute. (BD)
  • Day 9: Garden Route - KnysnaCruise on the vast Knysna Lagoon and visitthe Featherbed Nature Reserve. The after-noon is at leisure. (BL)
  • Day 10: Garden Route - OudtshoornEnjoy the wonderful views of the spectacularOuteniqua Pass en route to Oudtshoorn.After lunch, tour an ostrich farm and thenhead underground for a fascinating tour ofthe Cango Caves, one of South Africa’s mostincredible natural wonders. (BL)
  • Day 11: Garden Route / Cape TownEnjoy the ever-changing vistas, traveling to Cape Town. Depending on the season we willtravel via the seaside village of Hermanus (Julyto November only) or via ‘Route 62’, SouthAfrica’s version of America’s ‘Route 66’. (B)
  • Day 12: Cape Town - Cape Peninsula Enjoy a full day touring the Cape Peninsula.Stop at the fishing village of Hout Bay, with acruise option to Seal Island (weather permit-ting, additional cost). Continue to the CapePoint Nature Reserve, before stopping to seethe penguins at Boulders Beach. Return toCape Town via Simon’s Town. (B)
  • Day 13: Cape Town - Cape WinelandsTour the Cape Winelands, visiting both Paarland Stellenbosch before stopping for winetasting at two well known estates. A stop atthe Huguenot Memorial Museum and theAfrikaans Language Monument provides ahistorical perspective. (B)
  • Day 14: Depart Cape TownDay at leisure. Transfer to the airport for yourdeparture flight. (B)
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