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South Africa Highlights
Tour Code: AAD-SFR11
Day 01: Cape Town
After clearing customs and immigration at Cape Town
International Airport, make your way through the terminal. Your
representative greets you at the 'meeting point' at the exit and
transfers you comfortably to your hotel (check in after 14h00
hrs). The rest of the evening is free to explore Cape Town on
your own. Stay overnight in Hotel.
Today clients will be taken on a half day City Orientation Tour.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of Table Mountain, Cape
Town is rich in historical and cultural heritage and natural
beauty. Some of the highlight stops on this tour will be the
Company Gardens, the Castle of Good Hope and the lively
Greenmarket Square – where you can purchase arts and crafts from
all over Africa. We then take a trip through the colourful Bo
Kaap lunch area, known as the home of the “Cape Malays”. We then
take a trip up Cape Town’s landmark, Table Mountain (weather
After breakfast head out for a full day excursion to the
magnificent scenery and wildlife of the Cape Peninsula. Enjoy an
optional a boat trip to Duiker Island , where thousands of Cape
Fur Seals live, and later a lunch (own account) in the cosy
Naval village of Simon’s Town. We will visit Boulders Beach to
see an African Penguin colony and then continue along the False
Bay coastline to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Have your
photos taken at the most south western tip of African and enjoy
an invigorating walk, or leisurely funicular trip up to the Cape
Point lighthouses to admire the amazing views. The day ends at
the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Return and stay
overnight in Hotel.
Today we travel clients will make their way to Oudtshoorn via
Route 62, a beautiful, scenic route known as the longest Wine
Route in the world. Oudtshoorn is known as the ‘Ostrich
Today after breakfast take a tour of Oudtshoorn visiting the
Cango Caves, an incredible limestone cave network. Then visit
the Cheetah and the Crocodile Park at the Cango Wildlife Ranch.
Day 06: Fly from George to
Johannesburg, then onto Sun City
Today after breakfast and check out, clients will be collected and transferred to Johannesburg where they can enjoy the day at leisure.
Day 08: Scheduled Half Day Soweto Tour
Today after breakfast clients will be collected for their Scheduled Hal Day Soweto tour.
Soweto is a sprawling township, or more accurately, a cluster of townships on the south-western flank of Johannesburg. Soweto was created in the 1930s, with Orlando the first township established. In the 1950s, more black people were relocated there from 'black spots' in the inner city - black neighborhoods which the apartheid government had reserved for whites.
With a population of over 2 million, the township is the biggest black urban settlement in Africa with a rich political history. Soweto was the centre of political campaigns aimed at the overthrow of the apartheid state. The 1976 student uprising started in Soweto and spread to the rest of the country. Many of the sights on this route therefore have political significance. From the footbridge of the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, the largest on the continent, one can get a panoramic view of Soweto.
Visit the Hector Pieterson Museum in Orlando West, Soweto, built in memory of the people who died that day, 16 June 1976.
Nelson Mandela's humble little house in Orlando West, Soweto, now called the Mandela Family Museum, is an interesting stopover for those keen to imbibe a slice of authentic history on the world's most famous former prisoner.
The museum, a house comprising four inter-leading rooms, contains a rather eclectic assortment of memorabilia, paintings and photographs of the Mandela family as well as a collection of honorary doctorates bestowed on Nelson Mandela from universities and institutions around the world.
You can also have a glimpse of the mansion belonging to Winnie
Madikizela-Mandela in an affluent part of Orlando West.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu's house and the Sisulu residences are in
the same neighborhood.
Day 9: Scheduled Johannesburg City tour – depart for Kruger
After Breakfast and check out, clients to store their luggage at the hotel before departing for their scheduled Half Day Johannesburg City tour.
Johannesburg is a booming, happening city and the area close to
City Hall and Newtown Cultural Precinct, which has completely
transformed the Market Theatre and surrounds, now forms the
heart of urban revival. Visit Museum Africa which records the
continent’s past, when the first civilisations thrived. The tour
also passes through the Banking district, the Magistrate's Court
and the Supreme Court. Visit the “top of Africa” at the
Carlton Centre from where you would have endless views over
Day 10: Scheduled Johannesburg City tour – depart for Kruger
Clients to enjoy a Full Day Game drive into the Kruger National
Park. The Park is home to the Big 5, as well as a huge variety
of other game such as various antelope (buck species), giraffe,
hyena, hippo, cheetah, wild dogs, baboons, monkeys and much
more. There is also an abundance of bird life to be enjoyed.
Day 11: Kruger - Departure
Today after breakfast and check out, clients will be collected and transferred to the Nelspruit Airport for their outward flight.
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