SOUTH AFRICA

Table Mountain Hike

Maclear's Beacon, Cape Town

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

Rising above Cape Town, Table Mountain is probably South Africa’s most iconic landmark. The stunning flat-topped mountain is home to the widest variety of flowers and other plant life in the world and, in fact, contains more species of plants than exist in the entire British Isles – despite being smaller than London.Once you reach the summit, you’ll be able to soak up panoramic views of Cape Town, Table Bay and the rest of the surrounding peaks. 

  • Arrival in Cape Town and check into your accommodation
  • Take a cable car ride up to the top of Table Mountain to enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the city and ocean below
  • Enjoy a hike on one of the many trails on the mountain, or relax and take in the scenery at one of the viewpoints
  • In the evening, head to one of the nearby restaurants for dinner and drinks

Cape of good hope

Cape Point, Cape Town, South Africa

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

The Cape of Good Hope is situated on the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. One of the southernmost points of the African Continent, it faces the Atlantic Ocean. It is located in the Western Cape Province near the capital Cape town, which also serves as the legislative seat of the country.The Cape of Good Hope is the legendary home of The Flying Dutchman. According to the legend, crewed by tormented and damned ghostly sailors, it is doomed forever to beat its way through the adjacent waters without ever succeeding in rounding the headland.

  • Arrival at Cape Town International Airport
  • Check into your hotel and freshen up
  • Head to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront for lunch and some shopping
  • Take a scenic drive to the Table Mountain Cableway and take the cable car up to the top for panoramic views of the city
  • In the evening, head to Long Street for dinner and drinks

Robben Island

Table Bay, Western Cape province, South Africa

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

Today, Robben Island is a stark reminder of the apartheid system, and a symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, suffering and injustice. The maximum-security prison is now a museum where daily tours are conducted by ex-political prisoners. Robben Island is an island in Table Bay, 6.9 kilometres west of the coast of Bloubergstrand, north of Cape Town, South Africa. It takes its name from the Dutch word for seals, hence the Dutch/Afrikaans name Robbeneiland, which translates to Seal Island
 
  • Arrival in Cape Town and check-in to your hotel
  • Take a morning ferry from the V&A Waterfront to Robben Island
  • Guided tour of the island, including a visit to the former prison where Nelson Mandela was held
  • Return to Cape Town in the afternoon and explore the city
  • Visit Table Mountain for sunset views (weather permitting)
  • Dinner at a local restaurant

V&A Waterfront

Table Bay Harbour, the City of Cape Town, South Africa

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

The V&A Waterfront is one of South Africa’s most visited destinations, with 24 million visits annually. Situated in the oldest working harbour in the southern hemisphere, the property boasts the iconic Table Mountain as its backdrop and extensive views of the ocean, city bowl and mountain peaks.

 
 
 
  • Arrival at Cape Town International Airport and transfer to your accommodation in the V&A Waterfront.
  • Take a stroll around the Waterfront, which boasts stunning views of the harbor, Table Mountain, and Robben Island.
  • Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium, which showcases marine life from the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
  • Enjoy a sunset cruise from the Waterfront to see Cape Town from a different perspective.
  • End the day with a delicious seafood dinner at one of the many restaurants in the area.

Cradle of Humankind

Johannesburg, South Africa

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

The name Cradle of Humankind reflects the fact that the site has produced a substantially large number of hominin fossils, some of the oldest ever found, dating as far back as 3.5 million years ago. The Cradle of Humankind is one of the world’s most important fossil sites because it has produced: The first adult Australopithecus, found by Dr Robert Broom at Sterkfontein in 1936. A second kind of ape-man found at Kromdraai and named Paranthropus robustus by Broom in 1938.

 
 
 
 
  • Arrival in Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Transfer to the Cradle of Humankind, which is located about an hour's drive from Johannesburg
  • Check into your accommodation, which can be a hotel or a guesthouse in the area
  • Visit the Maropeng Visitor Centre, which is the official visitor centre for the Cradle of Humankind. Here, you can explore interactive exhibits and displays about the evolution of humanity, as well as see fossils and artifacts discovered in the area.
  • Have dinner at a local restaurant in the Cradle of Humankind.

Stellenbosch wine tasting and vineyard walk

Western Cape province, South Africa

$1,298

/ Person

Duration

2 days

Tour Type

Wildlife Tour

Group Size

5 People Max

Languages

English

Stellenbosch is the most famous wine-producing region in South Africa. The town, in Western Cape’s Coastal Region, is steeped in wine producing history and is home to the country’s best-known wine estates.A variety of soils and locations ideally suited to flourishing of a wide variety of grape cultivars, has seen Stellenbosch continue to dominate the South African wine scene in terms of quality. With the growing acceptance of South African wines globally, Stellenbosch remains at the forefront of growth in the wine industry.

 
 
 
 
 
  • Arrive at Cape Town International Airport
  • Take a shuttle or rental car to Stellenbosch (about a 40-minute drive)
  • Check in at your hotel or guesthouse and freshen up
  • Take a tour of the vineyard and winery, learning about the winemaking process and the history of the estate
  • Enjoy a wine tasting session, sampling some of the vineyard's signature blends
  • Have dinner at one of the vineyard's on-site restaurants, enjoying the views of the surrounding hills and vineyards