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Safari: South Africa

Luxury Cape Town and Kruger Safari

Explore two of South Africa's most desirable locations in this whirlwind safari tour

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This vacation package offers you the chance to connect with two of South Africa's most desirable destinations.

See Cape Town differently with a chic stay in the hub of this cosmopolitan city. Cape Town is described as being the sort of place you intend to visit for a few days but end up living in. This vibrant city boasts a unique blend of natural beauty as well as urban cool that provides a plethora of sights and sounds. Food is a big part of every good travel adventure and Cape Town is home to some of the best restaurants in the world such as La Colombe and The Test Kitchen, winners of the prestigious San Pellegrino’s 50 Best Restaurants in the World. Foodies should try local and international fare served up at numerous good food markets such the Neighbourgoods market and the Hope Street market located in the city centre.

The second part of your journey will take place at Lion Sands in the Kruger National Park- one of the world's largest national parks. Expect amazing diversity of both flora and fauna, while you relax near the Sabi River and discover the Big Five from the safety of a private game drive. 

We guarantee that you will never forget your luxury Cape Town to Kruger Safari

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What to Expect on This Safari

This popular itinerary can be customised to match your budget and travel dates by adding/removing a few days or selecting different lodges

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1 to 4

Tour Cape Town like a local

You will land at Cape Town International Airport where you will be whisked away to the boutique More Quarters Hotel in Cape Town's city centre.

Enjoy four days exploring this historic city and surrounds. Located in vibrant Kloof Street, this bustling area boasts quirky shops and local arts and crafts and is close to Cape Town's famous beaches. Take a walk down the Company Gardens for a more relaxed afternoon in this exciting city. Discover Cape Town's hidden eateries that serve organic and artisanal fare for dedicated foodies. Mingle with locals on the first Thursday of the month when the city comes alive with open art galleries and cultural experiences available to the public. 

Take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain, Cape Town's iconic landmark. After a spot of shopping at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, enjoy a ferry trip across the cold Atlantic to Robben Island where president Nelson Mandela spent twenty-seven years of imprisonment. 

A day trip to the coastal town of Kalk Bay is the perfect way to enjoy the ocean views and freshly caught seafood sold in the harbour. Bohemian restaurants, antique stores and bookshops tucked away down little alleyways makes this quaint town a must-visit attraction.

More Quarters is located near public transport facilities so take a trip to the Stellenbosch and Franschhoek wine valleys for world-class wine tasting and fine dining fare. For the more adventurous, paraglide over the Atlantic Seaboard or hike up Lion's head where you will enjoy incredible panoramic views of the city. 

Transport provided from Cape Town International Airport to More Quarters Hotel 

Meals: Bed and Breakfast
Transport: Included 

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5 to 7

Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Kruger National

Say goodbye to Cape Town and catch a flight from Cape Town International Airport to Skukuza Airport where you'll be met on arrival and transferred to the pristine Lion Sands Narina Lodge. With nine premium suites, Narina makes for an intimate and personal experience in the Bushfield.

Located near the Sabi River, the Narina Lodge teams with birds and wildlife who flock to the banks of the river for a drink of water. 

Awaken to the calls of lions and exotic birds each morning before you enjoy two private game drives per day. The evenings are time to wind down and photograph the powerful African sunset. Night time brings fireflies and clear, starry nights.

Connect with nature and discover how your safari experience can change your life. 

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and beverages provided

Transport: Included 

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8

Say farewell to the trip of a lifetime!

Your journey will end with a transfer from Narina Lodge to Skukuza Airport. 

We hope your trip was one to remember. 

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