EXOTIC SOUTH AFRICA (8 Nights / 9 Days)

EXOTIC SOUTH AFRICA (8 Nights / 9 Days)

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Day 01
Arrive at 1700 Hrs at India Gandhi International Airport to depart by Emirates at 2150 Hrs.
Day 02
Upon arrival Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport, connecting flight to Cape Town. On arrival, private transfer from Cape Town International Airport to the hotel. Check in and freshen up and rest day free .Transfer to Indian Restaurant .Dinner at an Indian Restaurant. Transfer back to the hotel. Overnight at hotel
Day 03
Breakfast at the hotel,Morning City Tour including Table Mountain (weather permitting). This tour gives you the opportunity to discover the spirit of the Mother City, experience her vibrant cultures and history and enjoy botanical scenery. Highlights include: Table Mountain  weather permitting (otherwise Signal Hill), Scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point, Green Market Square, District Six, Company Gardens, Scenic City tour passing the Houses of Parliament, the City Hall, the Castle and Slave lodge.Afternoon at leisure Transfer to Indian Restaurant ,Dinner at an Indian Restaurant. Transfer back to the hotel. Overnight at hotel
Day 04 
Breakfast at the hotel Full Day Cape Point Tour including Chapmans Peak (subject to being open). Join us on Africa's premier tour route to the romantic meeting place of the Indian & Atlantic Oceans. Sir Francis Drake the explorer called it "the fairest Cape that we saw in the circumference of the Globe" This tour offers a full and exciting day out. Includes: Hout Bay, 30-minute cruise to the seal colony in a glass bottom boat (weather permitting), Cape Point nature reserve, Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope, stop for lunch at Fish Hoek (optional extra), Penguin colony in Simonstown & Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Dinner at an Indian Restaurant. Transfer back to the hotel & Overnight at hotel
Day 05
Breakfast at the hotel, Transfer from the hotel to Cape Town International Airport, Flight to Johannesburg, On arrival, private transfer from JNB OR Tambo International Airport to Sun City , Check in and freshen up. Rest of day at leisure, Dinner at The Raj Indian Restaurant.
Day 06
Breakfast at the hotel Full day at leisure to explore the resort including the Valley of Waves Dinner at The Raj Indian Restaurant
Day 07 
Breakfast at the hotel, Transfer from Sun City to Mabula Game Lodge, Lunch on arrival at the lodge, Check in and freshen up, Afternoon game drive on 4x4 open safari vehicles, Dinner at the lodge,,
Day 08 
Morning game drive on 4x4 open safari vehicles, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at the lodge, Afternoon game drive on 4x4 open safari vehicles,
Day 09 
Morning game drive on 4x4 open safari vehicles, Breakfast at the lodge, Private transfer from Mabula Game Lodge to Johannesburg via an orientation tour of Pretoria. Highlights include: Church Square, Union Buildings and Voortrekker Monument (entrance fees optional extra if group is interested to go inside). Check in and freshen up. Rest of day at leisure to explore Emperors Palace, Dinner at The Taste of Mumbai Indian Restaurant,
Day 10 
Private transfer from the hotel to Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport
3 Nights Accommodation in SS Cape Sun or similar in Cape Town
2 Nights Accommodation in Sun City Main or Similar in Sun City
2 Nights Accommodation in Mabula Game Village
1 Night in Johannesburg
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner as per Itinerary..
All Airport Transfer.
Sightseeing as per itinerary.
Game drives as per the itinerary on 4x4 open safari vehicles.
Gate Fee at Mabula Game Lodge .
Air Fare including Taxes & Visa Charges
Sustainable tourism has grown over recent decades to become something of a South African specialty. It's responsible tourism, a kinder way of travelling - gentler on your pocket, sensitive to community hosts and caring towards nature.For decades, South Africa has led the way in conservation tourism. The country's nature reserves and game parks are the standard by which others are judged.But since 1995, a new spirit of sustainable tourism has infused the industry. Green tourism, under Government leadership and through private projects, now goes beyond just eco-friendly.
The new green is making sure that the people living next to parks benefit from them. South Africa is a world leader in this kind of initiative.The best example is Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa's North West province, which was set up to create jobs and benefits while enriching conservation efforts.The six giant Transfrontier Parks South Africa has initiated with its neighbours are also helping to uplift neighbouring communities.In fact, South Africa has pioneered responsible tourism in many ways. One of the most visible was extending the Fair Trade label to tourism products - a uniquely South African innovation
Fair Trade in Tourism products run the whole gamut of experiences - from five star game lodges all the way through to adventure operators, bicycle tours, and community-owned guest houses.And Fair Trade is only one of several labels. Heritage SA also accredits green tourism and social responsibility initiatives, while the Imvelo Responsible Tourism Awards, run by the Federated Hospitality Association of outhern Africa since 2002, has identified and celebrated the efforts of dozens of sustainable initiatives.Accolades have come from further afield too, including the Green World Travel Awards, the British Airways Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, the Guardian/Observer Ethical Travel Awards and Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards.
South Africa's heritage and cultural stories will take the spotlight with the debut of the South Africa Heritage and Culture Pavilion at the 2013 Tourism Indaba, taking place in Durban from Saturday to Tuesday. The pavilion is a collaboration between South African Tourism, the Department of Tourism, and natural, historical and cultural attraction guide the Moja Heritage Collection, to make the country's tourism experiences more accessible to global travellers.
It aims to build on the record-breaking year South African tourism enjoyed in 2012, when tourist arrivals increased by over 10% and over nine million international tourists visited the country."Indaba 2013 is going to be the indaba that unlocks the enormous potential of our richly diverse, fascinating and warm hospitable culture, our intriguing stories, our history and that unique combination of people and place that makes South Africa an extraordinary and unique destination, and one of the fastest growing and most popular holiday destinations in the world today," South African Tourism CEO, Thulani Nzima, said in a statement on Wednesday.
The pavilion will also highlight South Africa's eight Unesco World Heritage sites.These are the Cradle of Humankind, Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape, Robben Island, Cape Floral Region, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Vredfort Dome and the Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape."The unique majestic setting and physical location of the World Heritage Sites, chiefly in untapped prime rural and semi-urban economies, resonates with the strategic choices of the Tourism Department of initiating programmes and projects that seek to respond to the national outcomes and priorities of governemnt, namely economic development and job creation, rural development and regional integration," said the Tourism Department's Leonore Beukes.


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