This seven-day South Africa safari tour visits the best South African safari attractions, including Gauteng province’s beautiful scenery, Kruger National Park’s unlimited game drive, Cape Town and the Robben Islands, the Cape of Good Hope (Table Mountains National Park), and the Cape Winelands. South Africa is well known throughout the world for its abundant wildlife, beautiful beaches, breathtaking scenery, and vibrant culture. It was ranked as the third-most significant country in the world for biodiversity in a recent ecological survey.
Start your tour of Gauteng after breakfast by visiting the home where Mohandas Ghandi lived from 1908 to 1909, then travel to Houghton to see the Nelson Mandela residence and the Liliesleaf Farm. After lunch, visit Rose bank African Art Market to do some optional shopping. The Apartheid Museum, historical sites in Soweto like the FNB Stadium, the Diepkloof “Matchbox” homes, the Baragwanath Hospital, Walter Sisulu Square, also known as the Freedom Square in Kliptown, and Vilakazi Street would all be included in the tour in the afternoon. To signify the end of the day, retire.
After breakfast, start your journey to Kruger National Park by driving through the scenic terrain and taking in the sights. Upon arrival, enjoy lunch while taking in the beautiful views of the Sands River. Later, go on a game drive in the evening for a chance to spot nocturnal animals and cats, which are active at that time.
Take an unlimited game drive in the renowned Kruger National Park to see animals like lions, leopards, elephants, white and black rhinos, warthogs, giraffes, cheetahs, spotted hyenas, wild dogs, greater kudus, bushbucks, elands, roan antelopes, nyalas, common reedbucks, sable antelopes, mountain ree among other species. You can also choose to go sightseeing in the late afternoon along the Panorama route, which offers lovely views of God’s Window, the Lisbon Falls, and the Three Rondavels.
Prior to traveling to Skukuza Airport to catch the flight to Cape Town, go on a morning game drive. Our representative will greet you and transport you to the hotel for the evening.
Depending on the weather, you could take the ferry to the Robben Islands. From the 17th to the 20th centuries, this historical Island is known to have served as a location for detention, isolation, and exile. Notable individuals, such as Nelson Mandela, were detained here. Given its past, Robben Island has been designated as a World Heritage site and Museum. Set out from the island for a tour of Cape Town, stopping in the Bo-Kaap to see the Malay culture, colored homes, and cobblestone streets. If the weather is favorable, you travel to the Table Mountains by optional cable car. Amazing views of the Atlantic coastline, Cape Town, and Robben Island are yours to enjoy. Discover the SA Museum, the Company Gardens, the oldest surviving colonial structure in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope, the Houses of Parliament, Grand Parade, and the City Hall, where Nelson Mandela gave his famous first speech after being released from prison.
Discover the Cape Point, which offers beautiful beaches, charming coastal villages, and fascinating scenery. On the way to Hout Bay, the day tour stops at the lookout points at Sea Point, Camps Bay, Clifton, and Llandudno. An optional boat trip to Seal Island is available here. You continue your journey to Chapman’s Peak while taking in the breathtaking scenery of the Good Hope Nature Reserve, which features lush vegetation, zebra, birdlife, endemic antelopes, historic lighthouses, and shipwrecks. Enjoy a large penguin colony in Simon’s town at Boulder’s Beach.
Take part in an exciting tour of the wine region by traveling along the Cape Winelands’ incredibly scenic road past picturesque mountain ranges, vineyards, and Cape Dutch settlements. After two wine tastings, head back to Cape Town to catch your flight home.
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