South Africa Journey

Johannesburg | Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve | Cape Winelands | Cape Town

Consistently voted as one of the top tourist destinations around the world, South Africa is home to one of the world’s biggest nature reserves, the renowned Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, as well as one of the most dazzling and scenic cities, Cape Town and its surrounding Winelands.

VIP $10,000
LUXURY $6,000
Best Season
All Year Around
11 Days 10 Nights
Couple / Group Friend
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Highlight of the Journey

  • Enjoy the private guided tour of Johannesburg
  • Get close with the Big five of Africa at Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve
  • Explore the wine routes of Cape Winelands
  • Explore the beautiful city of Cape Town and experience paragliding follow by local shopping experience

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Day 1 - 3

Johannesburg | 2 Nights

Cosmopolitan Johannesburg (also known as Jo’burg or Jozi) sprawls for miles, sprouting upper-income suburbs like satellite towns – one of them, sophisticated Sandton, is the business and economic capital of South Africa. Soweto, home to most of Johannesburg’s black population, lies to the southwest, a 20 square km conglomeration of townships with homes that range from millionaire mansions and neat middle-income housing to the tin shacks of squatter camps.

During your stay in Johannesburg enjoy the following activities:

Johannesburg & Pretoria Full Day Tour

Proceed through historic Parktown, making our way via up market Rosebank to Sandton, where Africa most expensive commercial estate is to be found. In the afternoon continue to Pretoria tour. Highlights included: Church square, Voortrekker Monument, Union Buildings and City Hall & Melrose House.

Cradle of Humankind Tour

Combination of Sterkfontein Caves and Maropeng Museum. Sterkfontein Caves is where “Mrs.Ples” and “Little Foot” were discovered. Then Maropeng museum is an exhibition Place, where some of the fossils found around the Cradle area are being displayed. The tour takes you back to the beginning of humankind.

Day 3 - 6

Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve | 3 Nights

Adjacent to Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands is the most famous private game reserve of all. It is home to dreamy luxury lodges that suiting all taste. Game viewing possibilities are simply unparalleled, including the much sought after Big five.

Enjoy your daily safari game drive during your stay in Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.

Day 6 - 8

Cape Winelands | 2 Nights

Combine the delicious wines with some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, century old architecture, and awe-inspiring food, and it’s no surprise that it’s one of Cape Town’s most beloved activities for visitors and locals alike.

You can choose the following wine routes during your stay in Cape Winelands:

The Constantia Wine Route

The magnificent landscape is home to some of the country’s oldest and most prestigious wine farms dating back to the 1650s. The wines of the Constantia Vineyards are largely cool climate offerings, so look out for world class sauvignon blancs, delightful reds and the famous Constantia dessert wine.

The Stellenbosch Wine Route

Boasting nearly 200 wine and grape producers, Stellenbosch was the first region to establish a formal route among the wineries—a route which has gone on to become one of the country’s six most popular tourist destinations. 148 wine farms adorn the vine-covered landscape, many of them historical farms with achingly beautiful Cape Dutch manors houses, gardens, hotels, and fine-dining restaurants.

The Franschhoek Wine Route

Franschhoek is another wine route with outrageously beautiful landscapes. With many of the wine farms sharing a French Huguenot heritage, expect to find enormous French influence here. The Champagne-inspired sparkling “Cap Classique” is the star of this show. The gorgeously quaint village of Franschhoek abounds with art galleries, antique shops, restaurants and boutique hotels. Take the Wine Tram for a lovely bit of history.

Day 8 - 11

Cape Town | 3 Nights

You cannot help but be impressed by the splendour of Cape Town’s location, with the cloud-capped crag of Table Mountain overlooking the skyscrapers and historic buildings of the compact city centre.

You will experience a full day city tour of Cape Town. Experience the iconic Table Mountain Cable Car to see the beautiful city from above, then head to Greenmarket Square where you can relish a shopping expedition at colourful stalls, meandering around this cobbled square purchasing beautifully handcrafted African curios, vibrant clothing, dazzling jewellery and a myriad nick-nacks.

End of journey.