Cape Town & Kruger Safari

8 Days

This tour combines a visit to the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town with a fly-in to one of the most celebrated private reserves adjacent to the Kruger National Park for your safari. It’s a great option if you don’t have much time, or you can use this as a base and add on extra destinations such as the Garden Route, Panorama Route or a beach holiday in Mauritius or Mozambique.

The accommodations we showcase are flexible. We’re can make this a relatively low-cost trip with comfortable, chic guest houses & lodges or give you a high end luxury experience with all the trimmings.

<p>You will be met upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport and transferred to your guesthouse/ hotel for check in. We will arrange for your rental car to be delivered to your lodging, and you can commence your exploration of this beautiful city at your leisure. </p><p></p><p>Cape Town is consistently rated one of the best - if not the very best - city in the world. Your options here are endless, each more thrilling than the last. Summit Table Mountain on the aerial cableway, swim with penguins at Boulders Beach, take a boat trip to Robben Island where former president Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years and visit the vibrant V&A Waterfront for shopping and sightseeing. Take a day trip out into the Cape Winelands and gorge yourself on premium food and wine on some of the most beautiful estates in the world. For some R&R, head to the white sandy beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton for sunbathing, sundowners and surfing. </p><p></p><p>Local tip: Camps Bay beach is where you go to be seen, but locals head next door to Glen Beach, a quieter spot that is generally less windy and free of hawkers and crowds of tourists. </p>

<p>After dropping off your rental car at Cape Town Airport you'll board your flight to Kruger. Undoubtedly South Africa’s most iconic game-viewing destination, the Kruger National Park needs very little introduction. The park spreads across an enormous 2 million hectares of land in the north-eastern corner of South Africa. It is the second largest national park in Africa and home to th Big 5 as well as over 500 bird species and the many smaller safari animals that are sometimes overlooked. </p><p></p><p>You'll stay in a private lodge on one of the concessions adjacent to the Kruger National Park, reserves which offer some of the most comfortable and luxurious safari lodge accommodation on the continent. </p><p></p><p>These reserves also present outstanding wildlife sightings, giving you unmatched safaris experiences. Alongside traditional game drives, you can enjoy 4x4 trails, overnight wilderness trails, walking safaris, a golf game and incredible stargazing in the clear night sky. </p>

<p>After your morning game viewing activity, you will be transferred to the lodge airstrip or nearby airport for your onward flight home or to your next destination. </p>

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