Travel through the major cities of tourist significance in South Africa on this comprehensive trip that will provide you the opportunity to explore the culture, customs and traditions of this incredible African nation. You start in Johannesburg, country’s biggest city and capital of Gauteng province. Later, you enjoy a sightseeing tour covering major cultural and architectural spots such as Apartheid Museum and Mandela House. Next, you go to Kruger National Park, Africa’s most iconic reserve. Find the Big 5 - lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and buffalos. Later, en route to Swaziland in southern Africa, you will be visiting Candle and Glass Factories. Reaching Swaziland, you see Matsamo Cultural Village, a perfect spot to embrace the heritage, history and customs of the country. Hluhluwe is next on the list in northern part of the country, wherein you will be visiting Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve. Continue to St. Lucia to enjoy a morning cruise on the estuary. Head to Cape Town, the capital city, which is full of natural beauty and splendid landscapes. Here, you can visit Cape Peninsula, Table Mountain and Cape of Good Hope.
Prices for this tour are based on per person, on twin / double sharing basis.
Single supplement is available from $499 / C$649 per person.
SELECT GATEWAYS MAY DEPART 1 DAY LATER THAN BELOW DATES!
Captivating South Africa
Please note that this tour includes a visit to E'Swatini (Swaziland). If you are not a US/Canada passport holder, it is very likely that you will require a visa. Visas are not available on arrival and must be arranged in advance, please check with the nearest Consulate of E'Swatini (Swaziland) or visa service provider.
Indus Travels would like to reassure you that after booking your tour, should the USA/Canada government advise against all travel to your chosen destination, Indus Travels will offer a change of tour* to one of our other great destinations or a full refund for the tour*.
As always, your safety is our priority for Indus Travels! *Only for bookings made after 1 March 2020.