South Africa: Kruger & Cape


Arrive at Johannesburg Airport where you’ll be met by our local representative and transferred to the Emperors Palace Casino and Resort Complex. The rest of the day is at leisure.
The Emperors Palace is a luxurious complex that has a relaxing health and beauty spa, a grand casino, several dining options, entertainment choices and a retail concourse. You stay here at the stylish Peermont Metcourt hotel.

Kruger National Park (BLD)

Fly to Kruger Mpumalanga Airport (flight cost not included) and check in to Shishangeni Private Lodge. The Lodge has 22 individual chalets, all luxuriously appointed with a private game-viewing deck, fireplace, and outdoor shower and sitting area. It also boasts of a spacious lounge, well-stocked library, bar, swimming pool, indoor and outdoor dining area, wine cellar and gymnasium.

Go on your first game drive in the afternoon into the world-famous Kruger National Park. Visitors to Kruger are most excited to spot the Big Five (lion, rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, African elephant and leopard) here. Black rhinoceroses, white rhinoceroses, zebras, giraffes, blue wildebeests, impalas, wild dogs, and spotted hyenas are some other mammals that can be seen here. A staggering 517 species of birds are found at Kruger.

Kruger National Park (BLD)

Enjoy a full day out in the wild! Go on morning and afternoon safaris in Kruger National Park to see South Africa's magnificent wildlife.

Cape Town (B)

Experience a final safari in Kruger National Park before transferring to Hoedspruit Airport for a flight to Cape Town (flight cost not included). You will be met by our local representative at the Airport and transferred to Premier Hotel Cape Manor. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Situated in Sea Point, Cape Town, commanding spectacular sea and mountain views, Premier Hotel Cape Manor lies in close proximity to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and many other tourist attractions.

Cape Town (B)

Enjoy a half-day tour of Cape Town. Start with a trip to Table Mountain for unforgettable sweeping views. Return to the city through the Malay Quarter, past the Castle, and around Table Bay to Milnerton lighthouse. Then visit the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront where indoor shopping, entertainment venues, ocean vistas and mountain views form a vibrant atmosphere. After spending some time here, return to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Cape Town (B)

Experience a full day private tour of the Cape Peninsula at your own pace. Drive along one of South Africa’s most scenic routes, passing Hout Bay to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Enjoy a cruise to Seal Island, to view seals and sea birds. During summer, several thousand Cape fur seals, along with the rare black cormorant, laze leisurely among the kelp beds.

Head for the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve later. The scenery en route to Cape Point, at the South Western tip of the Reserve, is particularly beautiful in spring when wildflowers carpet the landscape. Ascend to the top by Funicular (railway). Abundant with buck, baboons and Cape Mountain zebras as well as over 250 species of birds, Cape Point is a nature enthusiast’s paradise.

Later, you have an incredible experience of seeing an endangered African penguin colony at Boulders Beach! Wooden walkways allow visitors to view the penguins in their natural habitat here. End the tour by driving through the historic naval base town of Simon’s Town.

Cape Town (B)

This is the final day of your seven-day tour of South Africa. You will be transferred to Cape Town International Airport for your flight home.


  • Accommodation and meals as indicated
  • Airport transfers
  • Ground transportation with an English speaking driver/guide
  • Information Kit
  • Mineral water during Safari
  • Park or reserve entry fees
  • Sightseeing or activities or safaris as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Taxes

Per person cost mentioned above is based on two persons travelling together.

Please note : Peak season surcharges may apply 

Note: B = Breakfast. L = Lunch. D = Dinner.