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TThis is your journey through South Africa so let us guide you, enrich you and make sure you don’t miss a beat. Vast landscapes and bustling cityscapes, the rhythm of African drums and nights under the stars - experience it all in South Africa in 14 days. From the Southernmost tip in Cape Town to a safari in the north - this is where your planning starts - explore now and find out how best to spend your holiday following a mapped out route that covers culture, city life and the Big 5.
We have planned 5 parts to your trip where you'll see The Mother City, and her cultural beauty, the magical Cape Winelands, Mpumalanga's Panorama route for some of the best views, cultural villages and a safari in our national reserve - and all in just 14 days!
Your 14 days
Explore the Mother City
It all starts when you land in Cape Town, South Africa's second-largest city and ranked among the most beautiful in the world. Spend 3 days with its larger-than-life mountain overlooking the City Bowl, harbour and Robben Island. Include a sightseeing trip along Chapman’s Peak Drive or spend a relaxing afternoon at the V&A Waterfront.
Spend a day embracing the culture
It’s a tourists' playground with two World Heritage Sites, nature reserves and botanic gardens. As the meeting point of many cultures, Cape Town is dotted with mosques, kramats, churches, synagogues and temples, while its architecture reveals examples of art deco, Cape Dutch and Malay.
Discover wines at the source in the famous Cape Winelands by taking a day tour on one of six wine routes, you can even linger longer to explore the historically rich adjacent towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.
Meander the Panorama Route
It's a quick 2-hour flight to Mbombela, the capital of Mpumalanga, a vibrant, sub-tropical city and a pleasant stopover en route to the game reserves and parks further north. It's the gateway to Kruger National Park so we suggest hiring a car and road tripping through Mpumalanga for 3 days. Make time to stop at God’s Window and Bourkes Luck Potholes before entering the Kruger National Park.
Spend 5 days spotting the Big 5, enjoying bush sunsets and dinners under the stars. Imagine rising with the South African sun and riving out of your camp, filled with anticipation as you keep your eyes peeled for an overnight lion kill or a herd of elephants. Then ask yourself, is there anywhere else in the world you’d rather be?