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Activities & Transport
- City Tour
- Wildlife Watching
- Car with driver
- Rental Car
Main travel focus
South Africa's Spirit
- Guided safaris in the Pilanesberg Reserve
- Luxurious journey on the Rovos Railway
- Delicious discovery of the wine region
- Endless vistas at the Cape of Good Hope
Enjoy a discovery of South Africa like no other! Start your journey with a 3-days wildlife safari in the Pilanesberg park, which is one of the largest reserves in the country, and houses the famous Big Five. From the capital, Pretoria, embark on a luxurious train ride across the country. En route you will pass the highlands of Gauteng and traverse the desert of the Great Karoo until you reach the mountain ranges of the Cape region. After three days you will have covered 1600 kilometers and you will reach Cape Town. The Mother City of South Africa will be your starting point to visit the Table Mountain, the Cape of Good Hope, and the beautiful vineyards of Franschhoek and Stellenbosch.
- 9 nights accomodation in double room in 4 star hotel
- 9x breakfast, 6x lunch, 5x dinner
- 3-days journey on board the famous Rovos Rail
- Private airport transfert on first day, 4th day and the 6th day
- English speaking guide on excursions
- English speaking ranger on game drives
- International flights
- Table Mountain Cable Car (R250 per person)
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (R60 per person)
- Table Mountain Abseil of 112m (R150 per person)
Example Trip to customize
Arrival - Pilanesberg National Park
Welcome to South Africa. Reception and assistance at Johannesburg International airport by our representative.
Private transfer from Johannesburg to the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.
Arrival at the Black Rhino Game Lodge. This boutique lodge offers a unique experience in the Pilanesberg national park. During your time off, you can watch the animals drink at the waterhole in front of the lodge.
Guided safari in an open 4x4 vehicle in the afternoon.
Night in a standard suite.
Included: reception with english-speaking guide, private transport, room & breakfast, lunch (no drinks), dinner (no drinks), game drive
Pilanesberg National Park
A ranger will take you on safari with 4x4 vehicles in the morning and again in the afternoon.
Pilanesberg National Park
Your last day in the national park starts with another morning safari. This day's afternoon excursion will be the last chance to discover the wilderness of the bush.
Pilanesberg National Park - Pretoria - Kimberley
After your breakfast you will be taken by private transfer to Pretoria train station to start your luxurious 3-days train journey. The first stop will be reached after two and a half hours.
Please note that in the evenings, gentlemen are requested to wear a jacket and tie and ladies are asked to dress stylishly to preserve the Victorian ambience that is part of the journey.
Kimberley - Matjiesfontein
In the morning you will arrive in the diamond city of Kimberley, located at the Northern Cape and home to the Mining Museum. The museum is equipped with observation walkways overlooking the famous "Big Hole" and includes several historic buildings. The old shops, bars, restaurants, churches and banks of this "living museum" remain as at the time of the diamond rush.
From Kimberley you will continue your journey via De Aar and Beaufort West to Matjiesfontein.
Matjiesfontein - Cape Town
Visit the historic village of Matjiesfontein. This authentic, fully preserved Victorian village, which was established by Mr. Logan as a refueling stop in 1890, also houses an impressive museum on the platform of the station. Continuation via Touws River and Worcester to Cape Town.
In the early evening you will arrive at Cape Town Station and be transferred by private car from Cape Town train station to your hotel.
Exploring Cape Town
You're free to explore one of the most beautiful cities in the world to your heart's content. Take a cable car to the top of Table Mountain, enjoying the panoramic view of the city and the Atlantic Ocean.
Visit the National Museum displaying diverse collections highlighting the biological and cultural diversity of our planet. Stroll through the beautiful Company's Gardens, housing the cathedral as well as the national gallery and library. Experience the colorful Bo-Kaap district with its colorful houses and cobbled streets. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront hosts craft markets, the aquarium, and many restaurants.
If you have any questions, your guides will always be there to help you.
More time to discover Cape Town
Discover the Cape Peninsula and the legendary Cape of Good Hope at your own pace.
Enjoy your trip along Chapman’s Peak Drive, renowned for its spectacular views of the Cape Peninsula. Viewpoints and picnic spots are scattered throughout its 9km length and its dramatic views have made it a favored spot for photographers.
Make a stop in the cozy village of Hout Bay to see its beautiful beach and thriving fishing community.
You will enter the Cape Point Nature Reserve, full of extraordinary flora and fauna, and finally reach the Cape of Good Hope. Travel back on the other side of the peninsula, passing Simon’s Town which has been an important naval base and harbor for over two centuries.
Don't miss stopping at Boulder’s beach, home of a colony of African Jackass penguins!
Cape Town - Stellenbosch
An hour's drive away lies Stellenbosch, a university town in the wine region of the Western Cape. Most of South Africa's renowned wine comes from this area. A journey along the wine route will add an amazing experience to your discovery of the country.
We suggest a visit in Stellenbosch, the second oldest town of South Africa after Cape Town, which has beautiful, well maintained buildings with typical Cape Dutch style streets. Visit the cellars of wine estates and enjoy a wine tasting.
Another recommendation is the village of Franschhoek (the French Corner), South Africa's gourmet capital located in one of the most beautiful valleys of the country. It is in this valley that the French Huguenots, including winemakers, settled in the late 17th century. Visit the museum and memorial to the Huguenots.