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Spirited South Africa

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Feel the Spirit of South Africa! 

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South Africa is a country brimming with diversity. Picture black-maned lions framed against lightly colored Kalahari dunes and powdery beaches lapped by two different oceans. At night, star-studded desert skies drape over the lush jagged mountains. South Africa is one of the continent's best safari destinations, offering the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) and more in accessible parks and reserves. You can drive right into the epic wilderness at Kruger, Kgalagadi and other parks, or join khaki-clad rangers on guided drives and walks. But it's not all about big-game sightings – wildlife watching here also teaches you to enjoy the little things: a leopard tortoise ambling alongside the road, a go-away bird chirping its distinctive chant in the trees, or an encounter with seals, whales or a great white shark along the coast. South Africa's ever-changing scenery is the perfect canvas on which to paint an activity-packed trip. Try rock climbing in the craggy Cederberg, surfing off the Eastern Cape coast, abseiling from Cape Town's iconic Table Mountain, bungee jumping from the Garden Route's Bloukrans Bridge, or swinging into Graskop Gorge. If adrenaline sports aren't your thing, opt instead for a hike: options include multi-day treks through wildlife reserves, dusty day walks in the Karoo semidesert, 'slackpacking' trails along the Cape coast, or an overnight hike into the occasionally snow-capped peaks of the Drakensberg. To visit South Africa without learning about its tumultuous history would be to miss a crucial part of the country's identity. Museums from Jo'burg to Robben Island, many including exhibits on the apartheid era, might not be lighthearted, but will help you to understand the fabric of South African society and appreciate how far the country has come. Continue your history lesson with a township visit to Soweto in Johannesburg or Langa in Cape Town, chatting to locals and learning that, despite the heart-wrenching past, there is great pride here and an immense sense of promise for the future.

What is Included

  • 11 Days/10 Nights South Africa Itinerary

  • 11 April - 21 April 2024 

  • 5-Star Luxury Accommodations at Table Bay in Cape Town, Kapama River Lodge in Hoedspruit 

  • 4-Star Boutique Luxury Accommodations at Oude Werf Hotel in Stellenbosch 

  • Roundtrip Airport Transfers 

  • Modern Air-conditioned Transfer Vehicles

  • English Speaking Drivers/Guide 

  • Special Welcome Dinner 

  • Tour of Robben Island & Table Mountain 

  • Wet & Wild Cape Peninsula Tour

  • Roundtrip Airfare from Cape Town to Hoedspruit 

  • 3 Days of Safari Game Drives in Kapama Private Game Reserve 

  • Hot Air Balloon Ride 

  • Wine Tasting Tour 

  • Special Farewell Dinner 

 

Pricing starting at $6,995 for total package

*Package customization available upon request. 

**Payment Plan available upon request

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The Table Bay Hotel

The Table Bay offers the ultimate in 5-star luxury hotel accommodation in Cape Town. Considered to be the best address in Cape Town, this sophisticated Sun International property was opened in May 1997 by former South African president, Nelson Mandela. Imagine discovering a sophisticated world of luxury in a city of untold wonder overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The Table Bay continues to set its own standards in international service, cuisine and luxury. All 329 rooms feature comforts such as 24-hour room service and pillow menus, as well as thoughtful touches like free WiFi and air conditioning. 

Kapama River Lodge

Kapama River Lodge is the largest of the Kapama Private Game Reserve camps. River Lodge’s wide, open spaces and airy design are a constant reminder that you’re sleeping under the African sky. Besides the luxury five-star accommodation, River Lodge is more festive and social than our smaller, quieter camps, which is why young couples and groups of friends are often among our guests. Escape to a place away from time and indulge in one of the finest safari lodges near the Kruger National Park, South Africa. All 64 rooms offer comforts such as premium bedding and air conditioning, as well as perks like free WiFi and separate sitting areas.

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Oude Werf Hotel

Oude Werf Hotel is the oldest running hotel in South Africa, with a history spanning three centuries, we offer a unique blend of modern luxury and vintage charm, providing guests with an unforgettable experience. The rooms boast chic antique style and modern amenities, creating a warm and intimate atmosphere that is designed with your comfort in mind. Located in the heart of Stellenbosch on Church Street, it's the perfect starting point for exploring the town’s world-class restaurants, trendy cafe’s, boutique shops and famous vineyards. Exceptional service is at the core of everything they do. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff are dedicated to ensuring that your stay is nothing short of perfect. All 58 rooms have comforts such as pillow menus and laptop-friendly workspaces, as well as perks like air conditioning and bathrobes.

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