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South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct ecosystems. The Western Cape offers beaches, lush wine lands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.





8 Days, 7 Nights

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Day 1


Welcome to South Africa
Arrive in Johannesburg

A leisure day here can look like a lot of things from visiting cultural sites that make Johannesburg the city that it is to bungee jumping at Orlando Towers, you will find something to do everywhere you look. You could go down to Nelson Mandela Square, one of the most popular shopping or the Sci-Bono Discovery centre, a world-class science centre that offers dynamic learning experiences.
THE IVY Villa Hotel & Spa

Day 2

Kruger National Park

Game drive at the Kruger National Park
Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife. It is one of Africa’s largest game reserves. On the game drive, climb aboard an open safari vehicle and search for the “Big 5” of Africa.
Kapama Southern Camp

Day 3

Your Plan

Visit the Panorama Route and Blyde River Canyon
Panorama Route

Set in the verdant countryside of Mpumalanga, the Panorama Route has dozens of waterfalls and there is a reason some of the spots here are named “God's Window.” With spectacular views, impressive mountain waterfalls and endless skies, be prepared to have your breath taken away.
Blyde River Canyon
Blyde River Canyon is both one of the world's largest canyons and one of South Africa’s most outstanding natural sights. The canyon's scale and beauty make a trip here a memorable experience.
Kapama Southern Camp

Day 4

Fly to Durban from Johannesburg and visit Umhlanga Pier

Umhlanga Pier
The Umhlanga pier with its whalebone skeleton structure, provides immense aesthetic appeal, in addition to performing the important function of helping disperse excess stormwater into the sea, as an extension of an underground culvert. Sit back, relax and take in the views from “The world’s most beautiful pier” at sunset.
Belaire Suites Hotel

Day 5

Morning at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Transfer to Drakensberg Mountains

Moses Mabhida Stadium
Moses Mabhida Stadium is an iconic multi-purpose stadium in Durban. With its distinctive arch, the stadium is an iconic landmark. After a great look around the stadium and an amazing time, transfer to Drakensberg Mountains.
Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse

Day 6

Drakensberg Mountains

Day tour of Drakensberg Mountains
There are many mountains in South Africa but the 200km long Drakensberg escarpment is by far the most impressive. With peaks that exceed 300m, the mountain range is a dynamic wonderland of river valleys, mountain streams, rugged cliffs, hiking trails and stunning scenery that attracts thousands of travellers every year.
Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse

Day 7

Transfer back to Drakensberg and fly to Johannesburg

Park Inn Sandton Hotel

Day 8


Travel back home

Return back home with fond memories of your stay that you will definitely savour for a lifetime.
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