From exploring vibrant Cape Town, visiting historical Cape Winelands and enjoying the bygone era at Royal Malewane in the Greater Kruger National Park, this luxury South African safari offers it all!
There is so much to choose from when planning your stay in the Mother City.
Aside from the shopping, restaurants and vast cafes guests can also explore the many historical sites found in this vibrant city.
Robben Island the home of ex President Nelson Mandela for twenty seven years during the apartheid years and now a national monument is not to be missed.
District Six Museum gives you a further glimpse into apartheid and the forceful removal of people from their land.
The Castle of Good Hope situated close to the City Hall, just down the street from the District Six Museum and dates back three centuries when the first Europeans from the Dutch East Indian Company set up a halfway house on their route to the Far East.
Visiting Cape Point the most southern point of the Cape Peninsula is a definite must as this is where the two oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans meet.
Coming around the east side of the Peninsula on the False Bay side you can visit Simon’s Town home to the South African Navy. This historic little town has got stunning views of False Bay home to the Great White Shark.
The beautiful village of Franschhoek is set in the heart of the Cape Winelands area and is an ideal base from which to explore.
Offering breath-taking scenery, world class cuisine and the finest wines, it doesn't take long to feel at home in the gourmet capital of South Africa!
Franschhoek village boasts wonderful art, crafts, galleries and antique shops as well as the vast coffee shops and restaurants all with a warm ambience and generous hospitality.
Make sure you plan plenty of visits to the many fine wine estates for cellar tours and wine tasting with the stunning backdrop of majestic mountains, lush valleys, and scenic vineyards.
The Greater Kruger area really is the ideal travel destination for a luxury safari to Africa.
The Greater Kruger area covers more than 20 000 square kilometres, and besides the famed Big Five, a plethora of wildlife and game, endangered and not, can be found here.
Enjoy twice daily game drives that can be tailored to suit your particular interests, whether its tracking your favourite animal or spotting birds, flowers or trees, the expert game rangers and trackers at Royal Malewane are happy to assist.
For something completely different, experience the African bush on foot with a guided walking safari with your expert ranger at your side!
After a busy day filled with the excitement of Big Five adventure, relax and unwind with a signature treatment at the luxurious safari spa before enjoying a fine dining experience in the boma serenaded by frogs and crickets!
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