Don’t miss anything from the Rainbow Nation.
Discover this route through the must-sees of South Africa. Perfectly balanced between adventure in the Kruger bush, lazing on the beaches of Cape Town and awakening your taste buds between wines and food in the vineyards.
- Itinerary & Accommodation
- Not included
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Kruger Private ReserveDay 1 to Day 3 Nights in Lodge Safari with full board.
You arrive in Johannesburg before flying to Hoedspruit Airport or the gateway to safari adventures. Here, you are greeted by your first impalas and other malicious vervet monkeys… At the wheel of your rental car you take the direction of Balule, the private Kruger reserve, which escapes the tourist crowds of the national park. Thousands of hectares of untouched nature await you where lions, leopards, rhinos and elephants roam freely to name a few. Enjoy 3 nights in the heart of the bush.
Your safari eco-tentStay in a tented suite at this eco-friendly and luxurious safari camp. It is not uncommon to see elephants passing by from your terrace. WE love: the sounds of the bush after dark.
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Blyde River CanyonDay 4 to Day 5 Nights in Lodge Safari with full board.
After your break in the heart of the Kruger's wild life, you will hit the road again to discover one of the largest canyons in the world: the Blyde River Canyon! Along the way, stop at one of the many viewpoints to admire its waterfalls and other immensities. You have all day to explore the area and arrive in the late afternoon in the White River area. Spend the night in a very comfortable typical English lodge with a warm dinner to end your stay in the north of the country in style.
Your lodge on the greenSplendid lodge in the lush forests of Mpumalanga province, your accommodation is located on the first green of the 18-hole White River Golf Course. WE love: Its luxury country house atmosphere.
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Cape TownDay 5 to Day 8 Nights in a Guest House with breakfast.
Fly to The Mother City for your third stop. On arrival, collect your car and head to the charming district of Oranjezicht. On site, you will discover the Cape of Good Hope, the lively streets of Bo Kaap, Long Street and Kloof St. Dine on the terraces of the Victoria & Albert Waterfront or at one of the gourmet tables suggested in your Roadbook. Pssst ... we recommend The Test Kitchen or La Colombe. Finally, the beaches of Llandudno or Noordhoek will delight your sun and surf cravings!
Cape Dutch Guest HouseNestled at the bottom of Table Mountain and overlooking downtown Cape Town, enjoy this 1904 guesthouse built in the "Cape Dutch" architectural style. WE love: Benoit's welcome and his hospitality
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The Wine RouteDay 9 to Day 10 Nights in Lodge Safari with full board.
After the bush and the ocean, on to the Cape Vineyards and the village of Franshhoek nicknamed "Le coin des Français". During your bucolic break, discover the historic Cape Dutch-style buildings, the student town of Stellenbosch and the vineyards of Paarl. A stage around the gastronomy between tasting the wines of the region in the shade of the hundred-year-old trees and the beautiful tables of the region. The area is also famous for its hiking trails to admire the vineyards from the mountain peaks. Last magical moments!