CODE - SA012
59,990 /-$ per person
7 Days
  • Inclusions/Exclusions
  • Itinerary
  • Destination Overview

What's included

Price includes
  • 24-HOUR ASSISTANCE HELPLINE All clients are provided with a 24-hour contact telephone number for assistance
  • ACCOMMODATION at the hotels, game lodges or rest camps specified in the itinerary. The quotation is based on the use of standard rooms at hotels unless specifically stated otherwise
  • Airport – Hotel – Airport Transfers in SIC.
  • Daily Breakfast
  • ENTRANCE FEES where applicable, for all sightseeing excursions as specified
  • MEALS as indicated above
  • MEET AND GREET Upon arrival in South Africa by our representative (Johannesburg and Cape Town only)
  • VALUE ADDED TAX at 15%, where applicable
Price does not include
  • Airfare
  • Airfare or Train fares.
  • Any Golfing related fees.
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions or in the itinerary
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Drinks (neither with meals, nor on vehicles or during tours, unless otherwise indicated)
  • Items of a personal nature, such as telephone bills, room service, laundry, etc.
  • Local tourist guide where not specified above
  • Meals not mentioned in the Itinerary or Inclusions
  • Rates might not valid during blackout dates.
  • Visa arrangements
  • Waiting or additional transfer fees if clients miss shuttle transfers or transfers booked for a specific time

South Africa 6 Nights and 7 Days

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
Day 1

Arrival Cape Town

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, meet & greet by our representative. Private transfers from Airport to your pre-booked hotel in Cape town.Check in and freshen up. Rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight: Hotel Inn on the square 4****

Day 2

Cape Town

Breakfast at the hotel Depart for Private Half Day Cape town City tour & Table Mountain tour Rest of the day is free at leisure. or you can take an optional tours – Robben Island tour, Half Day Cape Wine lands, Zip lining, Sunset Champagne Cruise, Scenic Helicopter ride, Cape Side Car tour. Overnight: Hotel Inn on the square 4****

Day 3

Cape Town

Breakfast at the hotel Depart for Private Full Day Cape Peninsula (Also known as Cape Point tour)Arrival back to Cape Town, Rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight: Hotel Inn on the square 4****

Day 4

Cape Town – Johannesburg - Suncity

Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfer from the hotel to Cape Town Airport for a flight to Johannesburg Duration: +/- 2 hrs (flight not included in the rate) Recommended time – Between 10 00 hrs – 11 00 hrs Upon arrival at Johannesburg Airport, private transfers to Sun City (Distance: +/- 2 1⁄2) Check in time 15 00 hrs Check in and freshen up. Rest of day at leisure

Overnight: Suncity Soho 4****

Day 5


Breakfast at the hotel ,Full day at leisure to explore the resort. Also you can get your self busy with heaps of activities - The Valley of Waves (Included), 24x7 Casino, Night Club, Theatre, Nightclub, Movie cinema, Segway, Spa & Beauty Treatments, Fun Zone & Gaming For Kids, Quad Biking – For Adults & Kids Both, Hot Air Ballooning @ Pilanesburg, Morning Or Afternoon Game Drive @ Pilanesberg, Zip-lining, Water Sports – Para Sailing, Kayaking, Jet Ski, Banana Boat, Water Boarding, Family Boats, Tube Rides, Golfing, Go-Karting, Hovercraft Ride & many more...

Overnight: Suncity Soho 4****

Day 6

Suncity - Johannesburg

Breakfast at the hotel. Private transfers from Sun City to your pre-booked hotel in Johannesburg. Check in and freshen up. Rest of the day at leisure. Explore Emperors Palace – 24x 7 Casino, Food Court, Cinema, Pubs & bars. Overnight: Signature Sunlux Sandton 3***

Day 7

Johannesburg Departure

Breakfast at the hotel. Hotel shuttle transfer from the hotel to Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport for your return flight back home.

More about this tour

Outdoor Adventure

South Africa's ever-changing scenery is the perfect canvas on which to paint an activity-packed trip. Try rock climbing in the craggy Cederberg, surfing off the Eastern Cape coast, abseiling from Cape Town's iconic Table Mountain, bungee jumping from the Garden Route's Bloukrans Bridge, or swinging into Graskop Gorge. If adrenaline sports aren't your thing, opt instead for a hike: options include multi-day treks through wildlife reserves, dusty day walks in the Karoo semidesert, 'slackpacking' trails along the Cape coast, or an overnight hike into the sometimes snow-capped peaks of the Drakensberg.



South Africa is one of the continent's best safari destinations, offering the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) and more in accessible parks and reserves. You can drive right into the epic wilderness at Kruger, Kgalagadi and other parks, or join khaki-clad rangers on guided drives and walks. But it's not all about big-game sightings – wildlife watching here also teaches you to enjoy the little things: a leopard tortoise ambling alongside the road, a go-away bird chirping its distinctive chant in the trees, or an encounter with seals, whales or a great white shark along the coast.


To visit South Africa without learning about its tumultuous history would be to miss a crucial part of the country's identity. Museums from Jo'burg to Robben Island, many including exhibits on the apartheid era, might not be lighthearted, but will help you to understand the fabric of South African society and appreciate how far the country has come. Continue your history lesson with a township visit to the likes of Soweto (Jo'burg) or Langa (Cape Town), chatting to locals and learning that, despite the heart-wrenching past, there is great pride here and an immense sense of promise for the future.


Dramatic Landscapes

South Africa's landscapes are stunning, from the burning Karoo and Kalahari semideserts to the misty heights of the Drakensberg range and the massive Blyde River Canyon. Even in urban Cape Town, you need only look up to see the beautiful fynbos (indigenous flora) climbing the slopes of Table Mountain, while nearby, two of the world's most dramatic coastal roads lead to Cape Point and Hermanus. Add the vineyards carpeting the Cape Winelands, old-growth forests along the Garden Route, wrinkly mountain ranges from the Cederberg to the Swartberg, and Indian Ocean beaches, and there's a staggering variety to enjoy.

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