An extraordinarily diverse and exciting country to visit, South Africa is rightly celebrated for its wonderful climate, beautiful beaches and fascinating cultures.


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EXOTIC SOUTH AFRICA 
09 Nights / 10 Days

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 Chapman�s 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

 

 

If you want to travel in southern Africa,  South Africa is a good place to start. While you can fly into any country in southern Africa, most flights will route through South Africa anyway. South Africa is also a good place to get used to traveling in the region (though some would argue that Namibia is better for that). Of course South Africa is not only a jumping off point, it is itself a superb destination rich in culture, fauna & flora and history.

Outsiders' views of South Africa are colored by the same stereotypes as the rest of Africa. Contrary to popular belief, South Africa is not devastatingly poor with an unstable government. South Africa is to a large extent two countries within one . On the one hand it is a first world state, especially the major cities such as Cape Town and Johannesburg, and and on the other hand it is under-developed and has large scale poverty. South Africa is one of the most unequal countries in the world where opulence and severe poverty can often be observed together. The rural part of South Africa remains among the poorest and the least developed parts of the world and poverty in the townships can be appalling, progress is being made. The process of recovering from apartheid, which lasted almost 46 years, is quite slow. In fact, South Africa's United Nations Human Development Index which was slowly improving in the final years of apartheid, has declined dramatically since 1996, largely due to the AIDS pandemic, and poverty levels appear to be on the increase. South Africa boasts a well-developed infrastructure and has all the modern amenities and technologies, much of it developed during the years of white minority rule. The government is stable, although corruption is common. The government and the primary political parties generally have a high level of respect for democratic institutions and human rights.

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An extraordinarily diverse and exciting country to visit, South Africa is rightly celebrated for its wonderful climate, beautiful beaches and fascinating cultures.
An extraordinarily diverse and exciting country to visit, South Africa is rightly celebrated for its wonderful climate, beautiful beaches and fascinating cultures.
An extraordinarily diverse and exciting country to visit, South Africa is rightly celebrated for its wonderful climate, beautiful beaches and fascinating cultures.

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