• Highlights: Table Mountain, Cape Point, the Winelands and the Pilanesberg Game reserve
  • No of days / nights: 8/7
  • Tour starts: Cape Town
  • Tour ends: Pretoria
  • Includes: Accommodation, Transportation and meals
DAY 1 to DAY 3

Sipping champagne on Table Mountain marveling at the spectacular views over one of the world’s most beautiful cities! Enjoying a traditional High Tea in one of the oldest and grandest hotels in the city. Tirelessly exploring Chapman’s Peak Drive, one of Africa’s most spectacular drive ways en route to scenic Cape Point on bicycle.

Excursions into the renowned Cape Winelands are conducted by coach but could also take place on Harley Davidsons, by helicopter or in vintage cars – the choice is yours! Cape Town is a great out-doors destination, due to its ideal weather conditions and scenic beauty, best enjoyed with a luxury picnic set in the vineyards overlooking the Cape Point Nature Reserve. In recent years, internationally acclaimed gourmet chefs have added a further dimension to visiting the Cape. Gourmet-food, served in world class restaurants, from Fine Dining, to enjoying a Pan African Eating Experience! ROVOS RAIL is a lavish yesteryear, steam train experience!

DAY 4 & DAY 5

During the next two days/ 2 nights, guests will be spoilt not only with outstanding cuisine and delectable South African wines. The journey is an experience not to be missed, including a visit to the perfectly preserved Victorian village of Matjiesfontein, as well as a longer stop in the historical diamond mining town of Kimberley.

Explore the Diamond Mine Museum and the largest man-made excavation, the Big Hole in Kimberley – all showcasing South Africa’s rich diamond history. Upon arrival in Pretoria, guests will be taken to the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, only a 2,5 hour drive from the city!

DAY 6 to DAY 8

South Africa is also renowned for its diverse experiences! A true African Safari, to explore nature and the country’s legendary Big 5 Game, is thus the pen-ultimate experience! Game drives are conducted in open safari vehicles, twice a day and bring visitors not only into close proximity to elephant and lion, thereby sending Adrenalin levels soaring.

It also projects the guest into an environment, which reminds of a by-gone era, an oasis of peace and only the sounds of nature to relax the busy mind. On the day of departure, a well known South African author and philanthropist conducts an intriguing historical cultural presentation on one of South Africa’s least known, yet oldest traditional communities.

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