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Exclusive Private Tours from ZAR 800 per person

Included: transport, fuel, entrance fee to the various activities, and your guide

Cape Peninsula Tour

from R800 per person

Travel along the spectacular coastline of the Peninsula through charming historical villages. Visit the mythical meeting place of two great oceans and experience the ‘fairest Cape of all’

 

Included:

  • Seal Island boat cruise (Africa’s largest seal colony)
  • Chapman’s peak scenic drive
  • Entrance to the Cape of Good Hope
  • South Africa’s oldest Cape Dutch manor house and wine tasting

 

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Winelands Tour

from R800 per person

Let's  take a breathtaking journey through the winelands of the Cape, visiting the historical towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.

 

Included:

  • 2 or 3 wine tastings at some of the best wine farms in the world!
  • Stellenbosch tour and a visit to an old Cape Dutch Manor house
  • Franschhoek, including the Huguenot memorial and museum.
  • View Nelson Mandela’s former prison
    (Victor Vester)
  • Cheetah Outreach Center with possibility to have a close encounter with one of them (own cost)

 

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Whale Route Tour

from R800 per person

Enjoy a scenic coastal drive and experience the majestic beauty of the southern Right Whales basking in the warm waters off the Hermanus coastline.

 

Included:

  • Clarence drive; a visual experience not to miss!
  • Africa’s largest penguin’s colony
  • Harold Porter botanical garden
  • Hermanus, the world’s best land based whale watching
  • Sir Lowry’s Pass, Cape Town's most iconic drive!

 

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Cape Town CBD Tour

from R800 per person

Take a scenic tour to see the bright lights and historic architecture that has made Cape Town the most beautiful city in the world.

 

Included:

  • Company Gardens; where you can hand feed the friendly squirrels that call it home.
  • Castle of Good Hope
  • Green Market Square
  • Signal Hill; Cape Town's oldest viewpoint of the city.

 

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Garden Route (10 days)

from ZAR 18 000 pp

From whale watching in Hermanus to the beautiful Harold Porter botanical gardens, this is a tour not to miss. Walk the ancient forests of Knysna, and maybe encounter one of the indigenous elephants that roam the trees; get your cameras ready!

Hermanus

Oudtshoorn

Knysna

Hermanus

Take a scenic tour to see famed Hermanus via the beautiful and picturesque Clarence Drive.

 

Included:

  • Visit the penguin colony at Betty's Bay
  • Visit the botanical garden of Harold Porter.
  • Whale Watching in Hermanus in season
    (August-September)

 

Oudtshoorn

Experience the rustic towns of the Little Karoo, ride an Ostrich and gaze in wonder at the world-renowned Cango Caves.

 

Included:

  • Road trip down Route 62 through the Little Karoo full of incredible scenery and charming towns.
  • Visit Swellendam (one of the oldest cities in SA).
  • Visit an ostrich farm!
  • The Cango Caves, which are among the largest and most beautiful in the world.

 

Knysna

Take a cruise on the crystal waters of the Knysna Lagoon, walk the ancient native forests, experience the stunning Tsikamma National Park, then jump off a bridge!

 

Included:

  • Visit Knysna, with an optional cruise on the lagoon and / or visit the Featherbed Reserve.
  • Walk the stunning forests of Knysna and make a pilgrimage to the ‘big tree'
  • Tsitsikamma National Park and the suspended bridge at the mouth of the Storms River.
  • Bungee jump from the highest bungee bridge in the world, the Bloukrans Bridge (optional; not for the faint of heart!)
  • Back on Route 62 to visit the Spa town of Montagu, followe by wine tasting at Robertson

Namibia Tour (2 weeks)

from ZAR 25 000 pp

Namibia is home to some of the most beautiful desert plains and sand dunes. This country has a truly unique landscape. Namibia covers a seemingly endless amount of space which is so spectacular that you’ll find yourself facing a truly magnificent sight and rough beauty at every corner. Namibia has many natural parks and protected areas. You will encounter wild animals, lions, giraffes, leopard, rhinoceros, Oryx, springboks in the parks but not only: in Namibia animals are everywhere! You will also meet the people and tribes who live in these authentic areas.

Windhoek

Namib Desert

Swakopmund

Damaraland

Kaokoland

Etosha

Otjiwarango

Windhoek

Feel the hustle and bustle of Windhoek, the city of green in the sands. Explore the restaurants and maybe try out a traditional Namibian dish for a flavour of the local cuisine.

 

Included:

  • St Mary's Cathedral
  • Heroes Acre

 

Namib Desert - Sossusvlei

The shifting sands of the Namib Desert are famous for their stark and restless beauty. We will take you through this testament to nature's sheer tenacity and introduce you to some of the local flora and fauna that call this desert home, as well as take you to the world renowned Sesriem Canyon, the Salt and Clay Pans, the Red Dunes, and the famous Dune 45.

 

Included:

  • Sesriem Canyon
  • Salt and Clay Pan surrounded by the red dunes
  • The famous Dune 45

 

Swakopmund

Swakopmund, the oasis in the desert where the ocean meets the sands. We will take up the Skeleton Coast via Walvis Bay to view the flamingoes that call it home, then on to Sandwich Harbour, a protected wetland in the heart of the desert.

 

Included:

  • Skeleton Coast via Walvis Bay
  • Sandwich Harbour

 

Damaraland - Twyfelfontein

Damaraland was the home of the Damara Tribe even before Namibia became Namibia. This ancient land is home to various flora and fauna and its stark beauty is definitely something to write home about!

 

Included:

  • Lichen Fields to see the wreck between Vlotskasbaken and Henties Bay
  • Visit of Namibia’s Open Air Museum
  • Murals
  • Organ Pipes and Burnt Mountain rock formation
  • Huab River and the desert elephants

 

Kaokoland – Opuwo

Drive through the Hoanib River, Joubert’s Pass and Opuwo which is at the centre of Kaokoland.

 

Opuwo is a small typical African town where numerous tribes live in harmony: Himba, Herero, Damara and Owanbo.

Visit of an Himba village – these villages are real ones and not created for tourists

 

Etosha

Etosha is noted for it's broad variety of widlife, from various species of Buck to Elephants and Giraffe. You may even spot a wild cat or two!

 

Included:

Various safaris with the chance to view:

  • Lions
  • Elephants
  • Rhinoceros
  • Leopards
  • Cheetahs
  • Antelopes including the Oryx, which is Namibia's national symbol
  • Giraffes
  • etc...

 

Otjiwarongo

The Otjiwarango, which means 'Place Where Fat Cattle Graze' in the native language, is famous for it's murals, fossils and the Foundation Africat, a reserve that endeavours to preserve Africa's largest carnivores in their natural habitat.

 

Included:

  • Murals
  • Fossils
  • Foundation Africat

 

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BEST of SA Tour (2 weeks)

from ZAR 24 000 pp

Our 2 week Best of SA Tour is tailored to give you the most diverse African experience on the market. Take a look below for some of its highlights! This tour commences from either Johannesburg or Cape Town.

Cape Town

Johannesburg

Blyde River

Kruger Park

Swaziland

St Lucia

Cape Town

The best of the Cape! From the famed gardens of Kirstenbosch to Cape Town Stadium (where the 2010 FIFA World Cup was held, then up the West Coast to the Wine Route.

 

Included:

  • The Cape Peninsula
  • Visit Table mountain, Robben Island, Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens, Parliament, Cape Town Stadiums and end it off with a topless bus tour around Cape Town.
  • West Coast or “Flower Coast”
  • The iconic Cape wine route

 

Johannesburg & Soweto

Experience the hustle and bustle of South Africa's economic capital! Visit Nelson Mandela's homestead, as well as Desmond Tutu's current residence! Move from the glam of the City of Gold to the streets of Soweto, an urban landscape that was the birthplace of the anti-apartheid movement.

 

Included:

  • Hector Pieterson Museum
  • Regina Mundi Church
  • Vilakazi Street with Nelson Mandela’s and Desmond Tutu’s houses

 

The Panorama Route: Blyde River Canyon

Visit Gods Window, the Blyde river Canyon (the biggest 'green canyon' and 3rd largest canyon in the world) ,Bourkes luck potholes, Mac Mac waterfalls and Pilgrim’s Rest, an historic gold rush village which is now a National Monument. Finish it all off by experiencing the stunning Sabie village and its waterfalls.

 

Included:

  • The world-renowned God's Window
  • Mac-Mac waterfalls
  • Pilgrim's Rest
  • Sabie Village

 

Kruger Park and the Big 5

The Kruger National Park is world famous for it's beauty, and one of the largest National Parks in the world, being only slightly smaller than Belgium.

 

The Park boasts a wide range of flora and fauna, and is host to a vast plethora of wildlife, especially the 'Big 5' (Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Rhinoceros and Leopard) South Africa's most renowned animals.

 

 

 

Swaziland

Swaziland offers visitors the truest African Experience; our most sought after trip, Swaziland creates once-in-a-lifetime memories. From the famous glass factory of Ngwenya, to getting a feel for local life at an authentic Swazi village, this leg of our journey is the true Africa.

 

Included:

  • Visit the glass factory of Ngwenya
  • Visit an authentic Swazi village
  • Visit the Ezulwini Valley

 

St Lucia: National Parks of iSamangaliso & Hluhluwe

One of the oldest UNESCO (World Heritage) sites in the world, St Lucia boasts a HUGE variety of both marine and terrestrial wildlife. Get your cameras ready because you'll see beauty that is impossible to describe to friends!

 

Included:

  • Oldest UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Coral Reefs with over 150 species of fish
  • Terrestrial Wildlife spottings; from the graceful Masai Giraffe, to Hippos and Crocodiles in their natural environment, St. Lucia has it all!
  • Go on a Hippo & Croc Cruise and see the oldest reptiles in existence up close.

 

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Specialised Tours

For the discerning client, we have various tours available that focus on specific activities, from anything from our popular beeleeping tours, to gourmet food and wine tours. Some of our more popular tours are listed below:

Sport/Activity

Beekeeping

Gourmet

History

Nature

Photography

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BEST

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Call us on +27 (0)79 706 4806

Address

13 Brink Street, Hout Bay Cape Town, Western Cape

South Africa, 7806

Company Reg

2007/067481/23

VAT

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