Cape Town with the majestic Table Mountain as a backdrop, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Some of the highlights we visit are Table Mountain, Malay Quarters, Castle of Good Hope, Companies Gardens and Government Avenue, House of Parliament, S.A. Museum and a final drive to Milnerton for a full view of Table Mountain with the city at its feet. You’ll get a great overview of this beautiful city.
The Cape Peninsula form part of the Cape floral kingdom which is the smallest floral kingdom there is. It has more indigenous plant species per square meter than anywhere else on earth. Both coastlines of the Peninsula combined have more than a hundred beaches with dazzling white sands. This route also offers magnificent viewpoints for the photographers on board.
Hermanus is situated in the heart of the Cape Whale Route, just around an hour and 20 minutes from cape Town. It has developed from a whaling and fishing village into one of the world’s best land-based whale viewing sites From June to November. It’s also home to the world’s only Whale Crier, who signals whale locations using a kelp horn.
This Cape Winelands Tour offers wonderful opportunities for wine lovers to sample noble wines, explore exquisitely furnished Cape Dutch Estates, and lovely scenery.
This tour is immensely popular throughout the year.
A scenic drive through the Cape’s 4 most spectacular mountain passes overlooking magnificent valleys and gorges – an area rich both in history and indigenous fauna and flora.
Durban City Tour is an intriguing cultural blend of East, West and Africa, which with its endless summer climate, effervescent and lukewarm ocean lined with golden beaches, offers a subtropical carnival atmosphere all year round. The city depicts a modern African metropolis.
On this twelve hour trip we visit the battlefield of Isandlwana, Rorke’s Drift and If time allows Chetswayo’s Kraal, Ondini, where the British army revenged the battle of Isandlwana.
The Valley of a Thousand Hills is an exceptionally scenic hilly area west of Durban. It’s name is derived from the hills dotted around the valley looking down from vantage points. We also visit a cultural site.
We depart early morning to visit the Sani Pass in a four-wheel drive vehicle to the top of the Drakensberg Mountains in the Kingdom of Lesotho some 3 000 m above sea level.
The Zulus are the largest of South Africa’s ethnic groups and with this tour, we give you an insight into their culture including traditional dance styles and the Zulu social system.
Destinations: Zululand, Shakaland Authentic Zulu Village
We visit Hluhluwe-Imfolozi (Imfolozi) Park which is not only the oldest reserve in Africa, but also the place where the white rhino was saved from extinction. Today the park is the third largest in South Africa and the only reserve where you are virtually assured of good rhino sightings.
Destinations: Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, Zululand
Johannesburg or Egoli, the City of Gold, is the commercial heart of Africa and home to the gold mining industry. The city holds many attractions and is the fastest growing metropolitan area in Africa!
Soweto (South Western Townships) might be famous as South Africa’s hotspot during the 70’s, but few know that there is so much more to Soweto. Today it is a must see cultural melting pot for a better understanding of South Africa and its people!
A visit to Gold Reef City is a comprehensive and colourful depiction of mining life at the turn of the nineteenth century. This tour includes a visit to Gold Reef City, a replica of old-time Johannesburg. You will not only hear how Johannesburg had its origins, but see, feel and taste it.
Pretoria is also called the Jacaranda City for all the Jacaranda trees lining the streets are especially beautiful in September/October when these trees bloom and turn the city purple! It is the administrative capital of South Africa and has lots of history to offer.
This Cullinan Diamond Mine Tour departs from Johannesburg for an excursion of Pretoria, SA’s administrative capital, visiting some of the historical sites and places of interest. The highlights are theVoortrekker Monument, Kruger House, Church Square and the Union Buildings. After lunch an excursion is made to the working Cullinan Diamond Mine at Cullinan, original source of the famous diamond in the British Crown Jewels.