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Cape Town and Game Reserve

from €1549 per person
South Africa is a country with diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, an important history and some of the most welcoming people on earth.

In Cape Town you can gaze at the city from atop Table Mountain, sample some homebrewed beer in a township shebeen, see Nelson Mandela's old cell on Robben Island and visit the vineyards with a Cape Town Wine Tour.

In Johannesburg you can get a feel for the history of the place at the Apartheid Museum, the South African National Museum of Military History and the Origins Centre while in Kruger National Park you can see some of nature's most fearsome beasts in action.

Visit Pretoria and marvel at some of this magnificent country's landscapes and learn some new skills with Horseback Africa, see one of the fastest animals in the world at the Cheetah Research and Breeding Centre or catch a rugby match at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.

Staff Comment
A visit to a South Africian Game Reserve is not to be missed. The game rangers at Aquila Reserve were excellent and highly informative.
Offer Summary
  • Airport transfers on arrival
  • Based on 2 people sharing
  • 4 nights accommodation staying at the 4* Southern Sun Waterfront Capetown on a B&B Basis
  • 3 nights accommodation staying at the 4* Aquila Private Game Reserve on a Full Board basis.
  • Prices shown based on traveling May 2018 *other dates and durations applicable
  • Quote Reference Number 50610331
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Staff Tips -
Edel Shanahan

Edel Shanahan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • A must while visiting Capetown is Table Mountain National Park. It is a great place for a hike, if you are in the mood, pack you boots and get ready for some beautiful sights!
Ashley Watt

Ashley Watt
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Tipping in South Africa is widely practised. Here is some information on tipping in South Africa. In restaurants and bars, 10% to 15% is the accepted tipping standard. Parking attendants and security guards are common in parking lots and at roadside bays
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