A unique journey through the vibrant Rainbow Nation - taking in Johannesburg and it's history, Sabi Sands Reserve and it's elusive leopards, the cosmopolitan Mother City, Cape Town, the Cape Whale Coast with its abundant flora and fauna, the wine and food capital, Franschhoek before heading to the malaria-free Eastern Cape for a luxurious Big 5 safari adventure!
Whether you want to discover the history of Johannesburg, enjoy the cosmopolitan shopping centres or experience township life, there is something for everyone in this fast paced city.
No visit to Johannesburg would be complete without a tour around the famous SOWETO township. Home to approximately 2 million people.
For the more adventurous, Orlando Towers is the place for you. You can do a bungy jump or bridge swing, or simply marvel at the views after you've climbed to the wire cage at the top, providing a true picture of just how big Soweto is.
An inner city walking tour is also an excellent way to view the City of Gold and learn more about it's history and growth.
Experience Africa's Big Five up close when on a game drive in the exclusive Sabi Sands Reserve.
Home to the elusive Leopard, your experienced and knowledgeable game rangers will do their best to track these secretive cats.
For something different, spend a night under the stars in one of the Lion Sands Treehouses offering a truly authentic safari experience, letting the sounds of the African bush send you to sleep!
With three days to spend in the vibrant Mother City, there's plenty to keep you busy.
Of course, with the magnificent Table Mountain standing watch over the city, a trip to the top has to be in order. Travel in the rotating cable car and experience views of the Cape Peninsula like no other. Learn about the flora and fauna before enjoying afternoon tea in the retaurant with the most amazing views.
Having seen the Cape Peninsula spread out before your very eyes, take a day tour along this rugged coastline to the point where two oceans meet. Along the way stop off to say hello to the resident Penguins at Boulders Beach in Simons Town.
On your way back to the hotel, stop for a sundowner on the famous Chapmans Peak Drive and watch the sunset from the best seat in town!
After a few action packed days spent exploring Cape Town, it's time to relax and unwind at the beautiful Grootbos Private Nature Reserve.
Situated on the Whale Coast near the town of Hermanus, guests can experience the Big Five of a different kind, the Marine Big Five.
See the gentle Southern Right Whales up close as they bask in the sun very close to shore. Watch the dolphins leap and play in the waves, and see the great white sharks as they circle the seals and penguins looking for food.
Learn all about the regions flora and fauna in this Cape Floral Kingdom.
Experience award winning cuisine and wine in the heart of the famous Cape Winelands region.
Explore some of the many vineyards in the pretty town of Franschhoek on the daily wine tram.
Hop on and hop off at the places you want to investigate further and sample the fine wines on offer.
Stay longer and enjoy fine cuisine in one of the many restaurants and finish up sampling the devine chocolate made locally.
For something a little different, experience the area and vineyards on mountain bike or even better on horse back.
Finally, head to the malaria free Eastern Cape and stay at the world renowned Shamwari Game Reserve.
Home to the Born Free Foundation Big Cat Sanctuary, see the results of their magnificent work promoting the conservation of Africa's wild animals.
Enjoy action packed game drives with experienced rangers as they take you in open top 4x4 vehicles in search of the famous Big Five.
To experience the wildlife, flora and fauna from a completely different perspective, join your experienced ranger for a guided bush walk which will surely be a highlight of your African vacation.
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