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SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa - 6 Nights
Inclusions

  • 3 Nights accommodation at Cape Town
  • 2 Nights accommodation at Sun City
  • 1 Night accommodation at Johannesburg
  • Daily Breakfast at Hotel
  • Half-day Mother City Tour in Cape Town
  • All transfers & sightseeing is on Seat in Coach Basis
  • All Entrance Fees as per the itinerary
Indicative Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Cape Town
Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, our representative will meet you for the transfer to your pre booked hotel. Cape Town is one of the most popular long haul destinations in the world. Due to its unique topography, it is also one of the easiest places in which to orientate oneself as long as you remember that with Table Mountain behind you and Robben Island before you; you are facing north, looking across Table Bay and up the west coast of Africa.

Day 02: Cape Town
After breakfast leave on a half-day Mother City tour. You will go for a scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point & later tour passes the Houses of Parliament, the Castle, the SA Museum, and a few other historical sites - District Six, Bo-Kaap, Slave Lodge & ending at the bustling Greenmarket Square. A cable car ride, takes you up the Table Mountain (weather permitting otherwise Signal Hill) for a breathtaking view over the city (entrance is included) Return to your hotel.

Day 03: Cape Town
Breakfast is taken at the hotel. (Depart on a full day Peninsula tour - Optional) This comprehensive tour shows you the best of the spectacular Cape Peninsula and why it is it's called the Fairest Cape. Travel past Sea Point and Camps Bay, past the famous beaches of Clifton and Llandudno towards Hout Bay. Drive along the Atlantic Seaboard. Pass through Noordhoek and Scarborough. Later you will take to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Enjoy the funicular ride aboard the "Flying Dutchman" and enjoy the unforgettable spectacular views. Later get the photo opportunity to take some pictures at the second southernmost tip of the African continent. Visit the beautiful Boulders Beach, and have the option to sit among the famous colony of Jackass Penguins. Thereafter we enjoy a short stop at the naval port of Simon's Town and know about the legend of "Able Seaman Just Nuisance" the Great Dane Dog that was inducted in Royal Navy. Return to the hotel.

Day 04: Cape town - Johannesburg - Sun city
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for a flight to Johannesburg. On arrival meet our representative for a transfer to Sun City. The Sun City complex is surrounded by two championship golf courses, numerous swimming pools and a huge manmade lake offering various water sports. Optional activities include Hot Air Ballooning. Then you could relax at the Valley of the Waves, or take a walk through the gardens of the Lost City. This magical city knows no limits - you have the chance to win a fortune at the Casino and Entertainment Centre, there are lavish extravaganzas and a multitude of restaurants to cater for every taste.

Day 05: Sun City
After breakfast you will enjoy your day at leisure. You can enjoy an optional Game Drive in Pilanesberg Nature Reserve for a Big 5 experience.

Day 06: Sun city - Johannesburg
After breakfast transfer to Johannesburg. On arrival you will be transferred to the hotel. Day is at free or you can choose Gold Reef City tour (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays) Where you will see reconstruction of Johannesburg during the Gold Rush era, built around a mine. Activities include a Victorian fun fair, miners' houses, brewery, pubs, restaurants and stock exchange. You can watch molten gold being poured and take a trip down an old mine shaft. Tribal dancing adds to the fun.

Day 07: Johannesburg - Homebound
After breakfast, transfer to Airport to board the flight back to home.



About South Africa

The San people were the first settlers; the Khoikhoi and Bantu-speaking tribes followed. The Dutch East India Company landed the first European settlers on the Cape of Good Hope in 1652, launching a colony that by the end of the 18th century numbered only about 15,000. Known as Boers or Afrikaners, and speaking a Dutch dialect known as Afrikaans, the settlers as early as 1795 tried to establish an independent republic.

After occupying the Cape Colony in that year, Britain took permanent possession in 1815 at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, bringing in 5,000 settlers. Anglicization of government and the freeing of slaves in 1833 drove about 12,000 Afrikaners to make the "great trek" north and east into African tribal territory, where they established the republics of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State.

The discovery of diamonds in 1867 and gold nine years later brought an influx of "outlanders" into the republics and spurred Cape Colony prime minister Cecil Rhodes to plot annexation. Rhodes's scheme of sparking an "outlander" rebellion, to which an armed party under Leander Starr Jameson would ride to the rescue, misfired in 1895, forcing Rhodes to resign. What British expansionists called the "inevitable" war with the Boers broke out on Oct. 11, 1899.


Attractions

Kruger National Park
Table Mountain
Gold Reef City
The Cradle of Humankind
Johannesburg Zoo
Montecasino
uShaka Marine World
Blyde River Canyon