Tours with a Twist
Here are some interesting options for travel with a touch of adventure!
A South African Shipwreck & Whale Watching Tour comprises a 4 day-3 night return tour from Cape Town along the Hermanus/Agulhas coastline where you visit shipwreck museums, sites and whale watching viewpoints.
Shark Cage Diving - Sharks are magnificent creatures that never fail to capture the avid attention of mankind. Yet, it is apparent that many people have misconceptions of sharks. Most people have a 90% fear level and 10% respect level. Why not change those misconceptions and learn the truth about sharks in the best possible way: South African shark cage diving…
Cultural & Heritage focused tours range from tours of the Cradle of Humankind, Lesedi Cultural Village to tours of the Cape, the Wild Coast, Chobe & the Okavango and many other fascinating places.
Rail Travel which, for many visitors to South Africa, is no finer way to see the country! There are so many options ranging from the popular 48-hour weekly journeys between Pretoria and Cape Town operated by Rovos Rail, to the three-day safari on the most luxurious train in the world experiencing the splendour of KwaZulu Natal which includes taking in the Big Five, a battlefields tour with a world class historian and seeing unusual African ceramics. Other options are a luxurious 6 day safari on board the Shosholoza Meyl Premier Train departing from Cape Town station and travelling along the picturesque Garden Route or a six-day journey commencing in Durban and ending at the majestic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
Wine Estate Tours
Enjoy three days at leisure in the scenic Cape Winelands, exploring this historic and tranquil area. Our Cape Winelands Short Break package includes 2 nights accommodation on a B&B basis at Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa. Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa, located in the world famous Cape Winelands, captures the essence of five star luxury combined with spectacular views of the Franschhoek Mountains and a contemporary Cape Dutch feel.
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