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7 Day Tour
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  DAY 1

Depart for Johannesburg City tour; visit Panorama the top of the Carlton Center, once known as one of Johannesburg’s most prestigious Hotels. After our visit to Johannesburg we depart for the Apartheid Museum.

The most powerful Museum, the Apartheid Museum and feel the sense of being in the township during the 70’s, toy-toying with thousand’s of school children, while teargas canister and police bullets where fired. View the large blown up photographs, metal cages and the different artifacts of the apartheid era. Watch the continuous replays of the apartheid scenes with comrades carrying bodies and many more.

Gold Reef City is a replica of the yesteryear (the gold rush period) of Johannesburg, built on the grounds of a former gold mine brought to life. Descend underground an old gold mine and experience historical mining events and witness the smelted gold being poured into a mould.

Enjoy the combination of show, pleasure and history, where you can see the traditional gumboot dance, enjoy the pleasure resort and learn about the history of Johannesburg.


Explore Soweto that is one of South Africa’s largest and most populous black urban residential areas, which became famous with 1976 uprising. The population is approximately 896 990 with a startling contrast of rich and poor. Visit the old Home of Nelson and Winnie Madikizela Mandela, Desmond Tutu and Winnie Madikizela Mandela’s new Mansion. View the Kliptown Squatter Camp and the Regina Mudi Church where all the secret meetings were held during the apartheid era. Enjoy socializing in one of the popular shebeens and drink some umQomboti (Bantu Beer). This is an unforgettable experience.

  DAY 2

Visit Premier Mine where the source is of some of the world's largest diamonds. The most famous ones are the Cullinan, Premier Rose, Niarchos, the Centenary and the Golden Jubilee. The biggest of all diamonds ever found is the Cullinan with 3106 carats, which was named after THOMAS CULLINAN.

Situated approximately 50 km north of Johannesburg, Pretoria is renowned for its particularly beautiful Jacaranda trees mostly for the mauve flowers, although the most uncommon colour is white in which Pretoria prides itself as well. Visit the Voortrekker Monument, Church Square, where the first Church, the first markets as well as the first shops where erected, take site of the Union Buildings and it’s beautiful gardens.

  DAY 3

Depart for Kruger National Park situated in the Eastern Transvaal now known as “Mpumalanga”; this is one of South Africa's top tourist destinations known for its most magnificent scenery. The "Paradise Country", with its Mountains, Valleys, Rivers, waterfalls, beautiful land escarpment and most of all The Kruger National Park landscape for the “Big Five”. It also fames itself for its bird life, hiking trails, fishing and horse riding. Not many regions in the world can match the beauty of “Mpumalanga” previously known as The Lowveld. Barberton and Pilgrim's Rest are among the most famous points in this area.

En route to the Kruger National Park through Mpumalanga, you will view some of the most stunning sceneries. Pass through to the village of Dullstroom and over the Long Tom Pass with its eye catching panoramic views. Head towards Sabie and stop at the Mac Mac Falls continue to Pilgrim's Rest and Blyde River Canyon for the most spectacular bird life Overnight Blyde River Canyon.


  DAY 4


Continue to the most southern tip of the reserve and view from God's Window to eternity across Mpumalanga hereafter, we take a short drive to Kruger National Park.

Full day at leisure and game drive – overnight Kruger National Park.

  DAY 5
  Depart Kruger National Park for Johannesburg en-route back to Johannesburg enjoy the beautiful scenery while traveling back.

  DAY 6

Experience the beauty of nature in a malaria free zone, owned priory by South African Prime minister Jan Smuts, where Mzilikazi’s rebel Zulu warriors fled through from the wrath of Chaka as well as being a haven for General Christiaan de Wet’s during the Anglo-Boer war. Search and view for the Big 5 - Elephants, Lions, Rhinos, Leopards and African Buffalo, also keep and eye out for Giraffes, Zebras, Hippos and Crocodiles. Bird watching is also excellent with almost 300 species recorded.


We end our tour with the glitz and glamour of Sun City that glitters in the brilliance of the African sun, surrounded by its rain forest, built in the heart of an ancient volcano. Experience the excitement of the glorious man made beach named “Valley of the Waves” and walk the Bridge of Time and feel the Earth move beneath you. View the Palace of the Lost City a breathtaking African fantasy come true. Enjoy the rest of the day, visiting the bird sanctuary, crocodile farms or just simply lazing around the swimming pool, playing golf or going to one of the Casino’s.
  DAY 7

Today we visit the Sterkfontein Caves known as the Cradle of Humankind and declared a World Heritage Site, these sites are one of the richest and most productive palaeo-anthropological sites in the world. Amongst the most remarkable findings to have been made by numerous world famous scientists within the Cradle of Humankind is the famous Mrs. Ples, the first complete Australopithecus skull to be discovered. More recently, "Little Foot", a 3.3 million-year-old almost complete ape-man skeleton was also discovered in the same caves and is still under excavation.


We end our day by visiting the Game Reserve that is nestled at the foot of the Swartkop Mountains, where game found their home in African bushveld. We experience a typical traditional South African Meal “Braai Vleis” and enjoy the traditional African dance thereafter.

Tour Packages include:
  • Bed breakfast and dinner
  • Transfers from Airport to hotel.
  • Overnight accommodation before commencement of tour.

  7 DAY TOUR :- COST:- R7,200.00