10 Days/ 9 Nights South Africa Safari tour package.
South Africa in 10 Days tour is an exciting fusion of city and country safari and wine with a touch of historic and culture. We have carefully structured this 10 days trip to give visitors to South Africa an all-embracing and insightful experience of this amazing country and its remarkable diversity. The South Africa in 10 Days itinerary incorporates many of the country’s most interesting and popular areas including Johannesburg, Cape Town, the Cape Wine lands and South Africa’s premier Sabie Sands Game Reserve (adjacent to Kruger Park) for a safari. As with all our itineraries this one can also be extended or shortened to suit, so please give us a call to discuss your requirements.
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Tour NO: K053.
Minimum Rate Per Traveler: Easy Package Start from US$ 2,885
Best time: All year around
Duration: 10Days/ 9nights
Departing From: Johannesburg.
Departure Time: 0800 Hrs (possible to leave earlier than)
Minimum Travelers: 2
Day 1 : Arrival
On arrival at OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg you will meet by one of Giraffe Safari representative who will welcome you and who will transfer you from the airport to Johannesburg city. You will spend the night in this busy tourist town where you will get short briefing from our representative at hotel and leave you to relax for while and have dinner with over night stay.
Day 02: Johannesburg-Soweto – Apartheids Museum
After breakfast you will be collected a full day to experience South Africa’s commercial and financial capital – Johannesburg – the City of Gold, known among locals as Egoli, Jozi or Jo’burg. Your tour today route covers all the major points of interest, from Sandton in the north to Soweto in the south,the suburbs of Sandton, Rosebank and Houghton (drive past Nelson Mandela’s home), Braamfontein, home to the Constitutional Court of South Africa, the downtown area, City Hall, Diagonal Street, Newtown, Nelson Mandela Bridge, the Carlton Centre, see the city from the “Top of Africa” enclosed viewing deck on the 50th floor, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Regina Mundi Catholic church, visit Hector Pieterson Memorial, Vilakazi Street – Nelson Mandela’s former home and Bishop Desmond Tutu’s home, lunch stop at a local tavern – optional, can be arranged in advance, visit the Apartheid Museum. Then you will have dinner and overnight stay to the lodge.
Day 03: Johannesburg – Inyati – Sabi Sands Game Reserve
After breakfast you will be transferred to OR Tambo International Airport and board your flight to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Nelspruit. On arrival you will be greeted and transferred by road to the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. You will spend 03 nights at Inyati .
Day 04 &05: Inyati on Safari
After your breakfast you will get drive from your accommodation for Game drives which are planned for mornings and evenings as this is the time when the animals are most active. The game drives last for about three hours and include a coffee stop for the morning drive and a sundowner stop in the evening. Inyati generally adjusts safari times accordingly to the seasons in order to maximize game-viewing opportunities and ensure that guests enjoy a comfortable experience. Open game vehicles, which seat up to 10 guests, are driven by experienced rangers and insightful trackers. With over 9,000 hectares of traversing wilderness, no two game drives are ever the same. In evening after your game drive you will have dinner and overnight stay.
Day 06: Inyati to Winelands
After breakfast in the morning you will be transferred to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Nelspruit and board your scheduled flight to Cape Town International Airport. On arrival you will meet with our representative and transferred to to the hotel where you will spent your night with dinner.
Day 07: Winelands – Cape Town
This morning after checking out in your hotel, you will drive on a privately guided full day tour of the Cape Winelands, where you will have lunch. This pretty-as-a-picture region of Cape Town is all about grandeur. Elegant Cape Dutch manor houses, lush sweeping valleys, charming villages and fields of world class grape vines some of which were first planted hundreds of years ago all set against a soothing mountain backdrop. The extremely fertile soils of the Cape Winelands, in particular the areas of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek, produce a multitude of exceptional white, red and fortified wines which can be found on the shelves of some of the best international wine stores. Today you will visit various destinations including Stellenbosch – tree lined streets, historical architecture, al fresco cafés and great shopping, Franschhoek Valley – South Africa’s food and wine heartland surrounded by endless mountain vistas, Paarl – the ‘pearl of the Cape’ and home of the Afrikaans language, Cape Dutch architecture – a visit to the exquisite Boschendal Manor House dating to the early 1800’s, Wine tasting at some of the finest Cape Wineland estates, An informative Wine Cellar Tour.
At the end of today’s winelands tour you will be taken to your last accommodation for having dinner and overnight stay.
Day 08: Full Day Tour of Cape Peninsula
After your breakfast in this morning you will set off on a privately guided tour of the Cape Peninsula, including lunch. A visit to Cape Town is incomplete without seeing the stunning Cape Peninsula so African Travel Gateway has put together an exciting day of the best Cape Peninsula highlights including Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach – the lovable Penguin Colony, Hout Bay – optional boat trip to see the Seal Colony, Simon’s Town – the historic South African Naval base on the shores of False Bay, Fynbos vegetation – part of the Cape Floral Region and a protected World Heritage Site, A chance of seeing baboons, bontebok, ostriches, bird life and the Southern Right Whale, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden – set against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain
The scenic drive of the breath-taking Cape Peninsula, with its rugged coast, craggy peaks and rich biodiversity, winds its way south from Table Mountain at its northern end to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope at its southern tip. Dotted along the way are a host of picturesque seaside towns and villages steeped in maritime history, culture, colorful fishing boats and friendly local characters. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean and False Bay, this is without a doubt one of the world’s most stunning scenic routes they you will go to your accommodation for having dinner and overnight stay.
Day 09: Half Day Tour of City & Table Mountain
This morning you will join your private guide for an inspiring tour of the city of Cape Town and Table Mountain. Today’s journey explores the ‘Mother City’ of South Africa offering a fascinating mosaic of vistas, history and people. This morning’s highlights include Table Mountain – travel by cable car to the top of this world famous summit and enjoy spectacular views of the city (weather dependent), City orientation tour, The Castle of Good Hope – a 17th century fort and South Africa’s oldest colonial building , Malay Quarter – Cape Town’s historical centre of Cape Malay culture, Flower market – this friendly, colourful landmark is a Cape Town institution and Green Market Square – South Africa’s oldest market after your tour you will go to your accommodation for having dinner with overnight stay
Day 10: Cape Town International Airport
After breakfast you will be transferred to Cape Town International Airport in time for your flight home (flight home on your own arrangements).
- Full Board Accommodation
- All road transfers as per itinerary
- Full day private Johannesburg City, Soweto and apartheids museum tour, entrance Half day private city and Table Mountain tour
- Park Entry Fees
- Tourism levy of 1 %
- Guide Salary
- Visas if required
- Meals not specified
- Personal items and gratuities
- Bar accounts
- Table Mountain tickets
- Domestic Flights
- International flights
- Tips and Materials based on personal Nature