From the stunning view to years old architectural marvels blending with contemporary times, this picturesque South African excellence combines the best of everything. Its humming harbor and lanes house a vibrant nightlife and shopper’s heaven, exquisite beaches, and rocky mountains overflowing with widely varied vegetation. Hop on to treasure trove of history, culture, and natural surroundings, this place is meant to offer beautiful memories.
Arrive at the airplane terminal and meet our delegates who will welcome you and take you to your hotel in Johannesburg. Check-in and take some time to relax your muscles after the long travel. Make the most of this leisure day exploring the best markets, attractions, and streets or stay in to luxuriate in the world class amenities at your resort. Afterward, return for a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
After having a freshly-cooked breakfast at the hotel, the second day takes you on a mesmerising journey across the beautiful Cape Peninsula. Begin with a scenic long-drive to reach the serene Hout Bay, on the way admiring the cosmopolitan suburbs and gorgeous views of the ocean against the peninsula. You can go for a self sponsored half hour boat trip to the stunning Duiker Island. Post this amazing experience, you will be taken to the Cape Point Nature Reserve for tranquil strolls amidst the diverse flora and fauna, including baboons, rhebok, Cape Mountain zebra, bontebok, tortoise, and the land.
Afterward, drive back towards Cape Town and on the way stop to visit the Boulders Beach crowded by hopping penguins, Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek, Muizenberg and lastly, the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
Post a filling breakfast at the hotel, get ready for a marvelous exploration of the Cape Winelands. Begin the tour with an alluring drive through the green valleys and magnificent peaks. Take a mesmerizing tour of Stellenbosch, serving as the historical centre of the country’s wine region. Marvel at the architectural magnificence of grand monuments representing an elegant blend of the 18th century Dutch, Georgian and Victorian influence. After this incredible tour, head for of flavourful wine tasting session to quench your thirst at the wine estate followed by another wine tasting in the evening. Head back to Cape town afterward and enjoy a restful night of sleep at the hotel.
After gorging on a healthy breakfast at the hotel, head for a fun-filled Cape town city tour with your loved ones today. Offering a rich history and vibrant culture, Cape Town is full of beauty and wonders. Witness the magnificent Malay Quarter, acclaimed for its homes shaded in fluorescent pink, electric blue, and AstroTurf green. Following this, head to the Downtown area, the serene Company Gardens and the Royal Castle of Good Hope.
Now, you will be taken to the lower cableway station via the Kloof Nek from where an elating cable car ride leads to the highest point of Table Mountain. Appreciate the best vantage points over Cape town and take in breathtaking sights of the landscape stretching from Robben Island to the Cape of Good Hope. After this, travel to the Milnerton territory to photograph the Table Mountain from across the Table Bay. Return to the hotel in Cape town after this for a tranquil sleep at night.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast before checking out of the hotel. Via a private road transfer, reach the Cape Town International Airport, for catching your flight back home
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The local currency in South Africa is the South African Rand.
Although a year-round destination, the best time to visit South Africa depends upon what sort of activities you are indulging in. For instance, for safari the best time is November to February and for whale watching the best time is from July to November.
South Africa uses 220/230 volts electricity and requires a type M plug. Travelers will need a voltage converter for 110-volt devices. It is best to travel with your own adapters.
South Africa is on South African Standard Time, GMT +2. South Africa does not recognize daylight saving time.
Meat dishes are much loved in South Africa, although vegetarian dishes are also easily available here. Dishes such as bobotie and biltong are great for non-vegetarians, and for vegetarians, dishes such as malva pudding and veg bunny chow are ideal.
Solo travelers can easily and safely visit South Africa. However, the basic safety guidelines should be kept in mind, such as not venturing out alone on a safari or not exchanging money on the street.
Well Yes, You can change the accomodation before the final confirmation of the tour. It can be customised as per your preference. Our team will be there to assist you to get the best.
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