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14 Day Tour

 
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  DAY 1
           
  JOHANNESBURG

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 Gold Reef City the replica of the yesteryear (the gold rush period) of Johannesburg.
   
 
           
           
  GOLD REEF CITY

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.

   
 
           
           
  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. We now depart for the City we these atrocities took place.
     
           
           
  SOWETO

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 896 995 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
           
  CULLINAN DIAMOND MINE

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.
   
 
           
           
  PRETORIA

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
           
  PILANSBERG

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.



   
           
           
  SUN CITY

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 4
           
  KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

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 5
           
  KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

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 6
           
  SWAZILAND

You are about to go on a journey into a rich cultural tradition that will give you a euphoric experience of Swazi life.

Visit the candle factory where each Swazi Candle is hand-molded and hand-finished by Swazi craftspeople in this factory, so each candle is unique in shape and character.

At NGWENYA Glass Factory – Witness at first-hand the magical art of glassblowing from an overhead balcony. Each item is handmade from 100 % recycled glass! Browse around the adjoining showroom that is well stocked and purchase your little memento of a truly African visit to Swazi Kingdom – overnight Swaziland.

   


           
  DAY 7
           
  ST. LUCIA

Depart Swaziland for St Lucia – Feast your eyes on The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park with one of the biggest crocodile population, of all the animal parks in South Africa. There is a river mouth of about 60kms long forming a lagoon parallel to the coast, with a ridge of dunes separating the lagoon from the sea. Observe the point where seawater and fresh water mix, and enjoy the abundance of nutrition of countless species of fish and a vast variety of impressive birds. Take a boat ride and view the pride of St Lucia hippos, crocodiles African Fish Eagles and many more species before we depart back to the Hotel. – Overnight St. Lucia.
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  DAY 8
           
  SHAKALAND

Depart St. Lucia for Shakaland, Get a closer look at the traditional way of life of the Zulus and visit “Shakaland” the Cultural Village of the Zulus. Feel the rhythm of the drum beat through your body and taste their traditional beer. Enjoy watching the traditional dance in the village of "Shakaland" prior the scenery for the movie and the TV serial "Shaka Zulu". The kraal represents Senzangakhona’s kraal, the father of the legendary Zulu King Shaka.

   
 
           
           
  DURBAN

Depart Shakaland for Durban, Africa’s playground in sun on the seaside. Durban has a special charm of irresistible attractions such as the Valley of a thousand Hills. Visit the Indian Market for the finest spices and other mementos. Relax on the bewitching beaches, basking on the golden sands and bathing in the warm Indian Ocean. Experience the finest curries and Indian foods. Overnight Durban.


   
           
  DAY 9
           
  UMTATA

Depart Durban for Umtata, a village near the town Mvezo where President Nelson Mandela was born. While journing through the green hills of the former Transkei to the Wild Coast, sense the strong traditional bonds of the Xhosa still living here.

Umtata is the center to a lively and colourful region that stands on the banks of the Mtata River. Visit one of the greatest attractions of Umtata, the Nelson Mandela Museum. The modern museum displays a substantial variety of historic documents and photos of Madiba's "Long Way to Freedom". Overnight Umtata

   
           
  DAY 10
           
  EAST LONDON

Depart Umtata for East London known for its genuine hospitality, Sunshine and the Gateway to Eastern Cape. East London a holiday destination for all seasons. Visit Khayalabantu Culture Village while your host informs you about the Xhosa culture, you can view Xhosa dancing and enjoy some Xhosa food.


   
 
           
           
  PORT ELIZABETH

Depart East London for Port Elizabeth known as the friendly city, with an emphasis on one of it’s parks known as Settlers Park with 54 hectares of cultivated and native plants with it’s flowers attracting many colourful birds. It is also a city for animal lovers with dolphins performing at the Oceanarium, a snake park, and even a Horse Monument in town commemorating horses that suffered and died during the Boer War.



   
           
  DAY 11
           
  KNYSNA

Depart Port Elizabeth for Knysna one of the most striking geological features along the entire Southern African coastline. Knysna known as one of the best holiday destinations, situated between lush forests and the shores of the peaceful lagoon. View the most well known attraction being the heads - two great sandstone cliffs guarding the mouth of the lagoon that connects the estuary with the sea. The Knysna Lagoon is one of the few places along the coast and in the world that supports an oyster hatchery being among the tastiest in the world.
   
 
           
           
  OUDTSHOORN

Depart Knysna for Oudtshorne Amidst the 400 ostrich farms surrounding the town, 3 have distinguished themselves worthy to be named show farms. Get exposed to this exotic bird species, the largest in the world, and for the more adventurous take an ostrich ride. Overnight Oudtshoorn.



   
           
  DAY 12
           
  CAPE TOWN

Depart Oudtshoorn for Cape Town drive through Swellendam, which is the third-oldest town in South Africa. Numerous buildings, both in the Cape Dutch and the Victorian styles, stand witness to the town's rich history.


   
           
  DAY 13
           
  CAPE TOWN

Table Mountain

One of the few mountains within the close proximity to the city and rises to 1073m above sea level and can be seen from all over the city. Travel by a cable car that takes just three minutes to reach to the top.

Cape point

The southern tip of Cape Peninsula where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.

   
           
  DAY 14
           
  CAPE TOWN

Robben Island:

This is where Nelson Mandela and other African National Congress members such as Walter Sisulu were detained during the apartheid struggle. The island is 13 km off the shore of Green Point, home to an abundance of wildlife including over 100 bird species. On 01 December 1990, UNESCO declared the island a World Heritage Site.

Transfer to Cape Town International Airport.


Tour Packages include:

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

 

   
           
Prices
     
  14 DAY TOUR :- COST:- R14,900.00

SINGLE SUPLIMENT:- R1500.00

PRICE INCLUDES:- D/B/B AND ENTRY FEES

EXCLUDES:- AIR FARES / PORTARAGE / GRATITUDES AND ALL BEVERAGES