Cape Town, Cape Winelands and Kruger Luxury Escape

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Cape Town, Winelands and Kruger

Escape in luxury into the heart of South Africa, travelling from the famed city of Cape Town to the ancient vineyards of wine making country, and ending with an unsurpassed safari experience. South Africa is a wonderland of diversity that combines all the elements of an unforgettable travel sojourn.

Package Highlights

  • Explore the riches of the Mother City; from the foothills of Table Mountain to the white sandy beaches of the Cape Peninsula
  • Discover abundance in the lush Cape Winelands; from horse-riding in the vineyards to superb wines and delectable food at renowned wine estates
  • Enjoy close encounters with the famous Big 5 in Kruger National Park

Day 1: Cape Town

On arrival at Cape Town International Airport, you will be privately transferred by an English-speaking driver to the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront.

Radisson Blu Waterfront:

The opulent Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront offers you luxury accommodation in the heart of Cape Town’s shopping mecca, the V&A Waterfront. Offering well-designed and immaculately appointed rooms with fabulous ocean views, the hotel also allows easy access to the city’s business district as well as other attractions including Table Mountain and the prestigious beaches of Camp’s Bay and Clifton. The rim flow pool set on the edge of the property affords a spectacular swimming experience and the proximity of shops, restaurants, destinations and activities ensure a high-quality experience when staying here.

Day 2: Cape Town

After breakfast, you will enjoy a private half-day Table Mountain & City excursion with an English-speaking guide. Drive past famous landmarks such as the Castle of Good Hope built in 1666, City Hall, and the Grand Parade. Driving through famous Adderley Street, we will see St. George’s Cathedral: The Anglican Diocese of Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Pass the Company Gardens and the Malay Quarter which is situated on the slopes of Table Mountain where slaves were settled. Continue to join a sparkling tour, witness the art of diamond cutting and the careful craftsmanship of jewellery manufacturing by skilled experts. You will be offered the option of continuing to Table Mountain, where you can ascend to the top (weather permitting) by the revolving cable car (for own account). Here you'll see phenomenal views, including Robben Island. Includes: Vehicle. Guide and Castle. Excludes: All meals. Table Mountain Cable way tickets. All other sightseeing. Personal expenses and any services not specified.

Day 3: Cape Town

After breakfast, you will enjoy a full day Cape Peninsula excursion with an English-speaking guide. Start your tour by heading towards Cape Point: the scenic drive will take you to the south western tip of the Cape Peninsula. Meander along the Atlantic coast, passing Sea Point, Camps Bay and the Twelve Apostles Mountain outcrops. Once at Hout Bay you can take an optional boat trip to Seal Island (for own account & time permitting) to see the Cape Fur Seals. Next, you will travel to the Cape Point Nature Reserve with its abundant fauna and flora. Continue along False Bay with a stop at historic Simons Town to visit the Penguin colony at Boulders Beach passing the village Fish Hoek. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is next before returning to Cape Town. Includes: Vehicle. Guide. Cape Point, Penguins, Funicular and Kirstenbosch. Excludes: All meals. Seal Island. All other sightseeing. Personal expenses and any services not specified.

Day 4: Cape Town – Cape Winelands

After breakfast, you will be transferred from the Radisson Blu Waterfront to the Cape Winelands where you will spend the evening at Lanzerac Hotel & Spa. During the day, you will enjoy a private full day Cape Winelands excursion with an English-speaking guide. This tour is all about the country's premium wine destinations of Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek (plus lunch for own account). Your tour starts in the Paarl Valley and its rolling landscape of vineyards. Here, you can enjoy a wine tasting and cellar tour at one of the estates. You then continue to the beautiful village of Franschhoek, founded in 1688 by French immigrants. A memorial in the town commemorates the arrival of these early settlers who helped develop the wines sought after by Napoleon, Bismark and royalty such as Edward VII, the Prince of Wales. Here we will stop for lunch (for own account) and another wine tasting at a vineyard. Next is Stellenbosch - historic heart of the country's wine region. Here you can enjoy a final wine tasting before returning to your hotel. Includes: Vehicle. Guide. 3 x wine tasting and 1 x cellar tour. Excludes: All meals. All other sightseeing. Personal expenses and any services not specified.

Lanzerac Hotel & Spa:

Located in the beautiful Jonkershoek Valley on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, the 5 Star Lanzerac Hotel and Spa offers luxurious accommodation in 48 en-suite rooms set in a restored Cape Dutch manor house. The property with its award-winning gardens, numerous swimming pools, gourmet dining options and sumptuous spa promises a very relaxing and romantic stay. The hotel is set on a working wine farm and so guests have easy access to the wine cellar and tasting centre where both wine tasting and innovative wine and food pairing experiences are offered daily. Guests will be spoilt with the delightful cuisine served at the a la carte Governors Hall restaurant and on the Terrace. The Esquire Whisky and Cigar Lounge is a popular choice for sundowner drinks. There is plenty to do in the surrounds from hiking, biking and horse riding to wildlife encounters, wine tasting and cultural excursions.

Day 5-6: Cape Winelands – Greater Kruger Safari

After breakfast, you will be privately transferred from Lanzerac Hotel & Spa by an English-speaking guide to Cape Town International Airport. You will then be flown to Hoedspruit (flight excluded and for own arrangement) and on arrival, be privately transferred by an English-speaking driver from Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport to Karongwe River Lodge for the next two nights.

Karongwe Private Game Reserve: 

Karongwe River Lodge lines itself along the banks of the Makhutswi River. It is a five-star safari immersion. The Big 5-lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino-call this area home but keep a look out for cheetah, giraffe and the brown spotted hyena. When you aren’t being whisked away on game drives, you will be sipping sundowners as you watch the sun set behind the Drakensberg Mountains. You’ll then return to this riverfront lodge to feast on Pan African cuisine, something that Karongwe River Lodge is celebrated for. Dine under starry skies in a rustic boma, reveling in the warmth of the fire and a satisfied palate. Private decks bring the river to you and watching an elephant drink or hearing a hippo grunt from the privacy of your room, is an extraordinary African moment.

Day 7: Greater Kruger – Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport

After your morning safari activity (time-permitting) and a scrumptious breakfast you will be transferred to the Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport to connect with your scheduled flight to Johannesburg.

Package Rates

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Package Rates

Dates Per Person Sharing Single Supplement
02 - 31 August 2021 ZAR 28 323.00 ZAR 10 713.00
01 - 30 September 2021 ZAR 31 560.00 ZAR 13 872.00
01 - 31 October 2021 ZAR 33 045.00 ZAR 14 616.00
01 November - 15 December 2021 ZAR 35 401.00 ZAR15 753.00

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