Kruger and The Cape

Discover some of South Africa’s best known attractions on this splendid journey that begins with a safari in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves, famous for density and diversity of wildlife, especially big cats. Fly over to stunning Cape Town to take in iconic Table Mountain and the sights of the picturesque Cape Peninsula, including the point where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. You’ll also have the opportunity to sample renowned South African wines in a beautifully mountainous region brimming with historic Cape Dutch architecture.

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8 days/7 nights
Departs daily ex Johannesburg


  • Experience a ‘Big 5’ safari in the world-renowned Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves
  • Visit spectacular Cape Town and view iconic Table Mountain
  • See the point where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet
  • Sample renowned South African wines in the Cape Winelands
  • Learn about South Africa’s fascinating history and diverse cultures

Kruger and The Cape


8 days/7 nights


Days 1-4

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves
Fly from Johannesburg to Skukuza Airport where you are met and transferred to the intimate Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp, comprised of just 6 luxurious, contemporary suites surrounded by pristine wilderness where big game including lion, leopard and elephant thrive. Enjoy an exciting afternoon game drive after you’ve settled into your sumptuous suite. During the next few days, go out in the morning and evening in search of species big and small on foot and by vehicle. Aside from exceptional wildlife, the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves harbour outstanding birdlife. In between gameviewing activities, enjoy excellent cuisine and relax on your private deck which features a heated spa tub. LD (Day 1) / BLD (Days 2-4)

Days 5-7

Cape Town
Bid farewell to the wilderness this morning as you board your flight to Cape Town. Your home for the next 3 nights is the elegant Victoria & Alfred Hotel, located on the vibrant waterfront which shares its name. Explore some of the many attractions of this beautiful city, including Table Mountain, Cape Peninsula including Cape Point, and the Cape Winelands, where you can tour pretty vineyards, sample premium wines and stroll through charming villages. B

Day 8

Tour ends Cape Town
After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport where your holiday concludes. B

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South Africa Overview

Why travel to South Africa? 
Described as “a world in one country” South Africa is more than just a safari destination. The wildlife of Kruger and the many private reserves throughout the country are complemented by South Africa’s fascinating history and diverse cultures, the beautiful coastline and majestic landscapes of the Cape. 

 When is the best time to view animals in South Africa?
Gameviewing is best during the dry season (May-Oct); however the summer months are good for general touring and sightseeing. 

What is the culture of South Africa? 
There are many different cultures including Zulu, Swazi, Xhosa, Indian, Cape Malay and European. As a result, there are many unique culinary dishes as well as distinct music and dance. Elegant Cape Dutch architecture is also a highlight of South Africa’s cape. 

What is the climate in South Africa? 
The inland plateau has a temperate climate (17°-30°C), whilst the coast is subtropical and more humid (22°-30°C). The seasons are the same as Australia, however most of the rain falls in summer. Winters are dry and sunny, but nights can be very cold. The Western Cape is the exception, with a “Mediterranean” climate – cool, wet winters and warm dry summers (17°-24°C). 

What can I combine South Africa with?
South Africa is easily combined with neighbouring Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Mozambique, Zambia or the nearby tropical island of Mauritius. Johannesburg is a very popular gateway to most of southern and eastern Africa.  

How to get to South Africa?
Many major airlines including South African Airways, Qantas, Etihad, Emirates, Kenya Airways, Qatar, Singapore Airways and British Airways fly into Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport. There are also many regional and domestic carriers that service local cities such as Cape Town and the Kruger National Park area. 

US – South African Airways fly’s directly to east coast cities including New York and Washington. Delta Airlines is another option to consider flying directly to Johannesburg from Atlanta.  

UK / Europe – There are direct flights to OR Tambo International Airport with South African Airways from London-Heathrow, Frankfurt and Munich. Major European Airlines flying directly into Johannesburg include British Airways, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss International Airlines.  

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