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Day 1: Tambo International Airport -Limpopo Highlands
On arrival you will be met at the airport and be transferred to Limpopo Highlands. You will visit the Modjadji Cycad Forest. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 2: Kruger National Park
Breakfast and then connect to Kruger National Park. Here we transfer to a specially designed open safari vehicle. Kruger National Park lies in the north-east of South Africa and runs along the border of Mozambique in the east, Zimbabwe in the north, and the southern border is the Crocodile River. The park covers 20,000 square kilometers in size and is divided in 14 different ecozones, each supporting different wildlife. Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. The park is home to over 517 species of birds and about 145 mammal species. Animals include: elephant, black and white rhino, hippopotamus, giraffe, zebra, buffalo, warthog, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, spotted hyena, and buffalo. Birds Include: ground hornbill, kori bustard, lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, pel’s fishing owl and saddle-bill stork. You will do a game drive on arrival. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 3 and 4: Full day game viewing
You will go for an early morning game drive in the Kruger National Park where you will spot animals like elephant, black and white rhino, hippopotamus, giraffe, zebra, buffalo, warthog, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, spotted hyena, and buffalo. You may spot birds like: ground hornbill, kori bustard, lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, pel’s fishing owl and saddle-bill stork. In the afternoon after lunch you may go for an evening or night game drive. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 5: Mpumalanga Highlands
After breakfast you will take the Mpumalanga Panoramic Route where you will visit the Blyde River Gorge, the historical mining village of Pilgrims Rest. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 6: Maputo land
After breakfast the tour traverses the towns of Nelspruit, Barberton, Carolina, Ermelo, Piet Retief and Pongola en route to the overnight destination. You will devote some time to exploring Baberton. Barberton was a boom town during the gold rush of the late 19th century. It was also home to the famous writer Percy Fitzpatrick whose epic tale "Jock of the Bushveld" has received international acclaim. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 7: Zulu land
Zulu People south africaBreakfast and a drive to St Lucia are followed by a boat cruise on this coastal lagoon which has been declared a world heritage sight. The boat cruise will offer the opportunity of viewing the many hippo and crocodile which inhabit Lake St Lucia. The area is also a bird watchers paradise with 350 to 400 different species occurring in the area. The lake originated when a number of rivers combined their water to form a vast estuary system, roughly in the shape of the letter H and with an average depth of only one meter. Following the visit to St Lucia you travel inland to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve. Dinner and overnight at the lodge


Day 8 and 9: Zulu land
The different ecological areas, ranging from riverine brush to open savannah support an abundance of wildlife, most notably the Black and White Rhino. The White Rhino is much larger than the Black; it is a grazer as opposed to the Black Rhino which is a browser. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 10 and 11: Addo Elephant Park
After breakfast is followed by a drive to Durban, from where we fly to Port Elizabeth. From Port Elizabeth we will travel to the Addo National Park. Addo Elephant National Park, which is home to many of Africa's big game. Ado elephant national park is the third largest national park in South Africa, Addo covers about 180 000 hectares and includes the Bird and St Croix Island groups. Just one hour's drive from Port Elizabeth, Ado is a home to more than 450 elephants, 400 Cape buffalo, over 48 endangered black rhino. You will spot various animals which include  elephants, lions, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena, leopard, antelope, zebra, southern right whale and great white shark, red hartebeest, eland, kudu, bushbuck, whilst Gemsbok, black wildebeest, springbok, black rhino, mountain reedbuck, baboons, blue duiker, aardwolf and red rock rabbit. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

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Day 12: Garden Route
After breakfast you will travel South to Knysna, the jewel of the garden route. We pass through the Tsitsikamma National Park and make a quick stop at Storms River Mouth, to take a short walk to the famous Big Tree. A Yellowwood giant standing 36.6 meters high and is estimated to be +/- 800 years old. The scenic route then makes its way south en route to Natures Valley, which is reached after descending the Grootrivier Pass into the valley below where the town is located adjacent to the Grootrivier Lagoon. This river also marks the Western Boundary of the Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve. Knysna is reached during the mid afternoon. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 13: Garden Route
Today you will board a ferry crossing the lagoon to the Featherbed Nature Reserve. Featherbed Nature Reserve is a prime example of eco-tourism and in order to protect the splendor of the natural beauty, visitor numbers are limited. During the afternoon the Knysna Elephant Sanctuary will offer guests a closer look at the African Elephant by touching and feeding these gentle giants.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 14 and 15: Little Karoo
After an early breakfast guests will travel to George and turn off to the town of Oudtshoorn crossing the Outeniqua Mountains. The Outeniqua Mountain range is characterized by gentle southern slopes and steep drops on the north side down to the low valley, the Little Karoo. Oudtshoorn is a large and modern town that relies mostly on farming and the ever-present ostrich industry. Guests will visit a local ostrich farm and during their visit they will learn more about the world's largest bird which lays the largest egg and has the most beautiful feathers. After an opportunity to take part in an ostrich ride race, standing on their eggs and cuddling the chicks, you make your way to the Cango Caves. The extensive cave system of tunnels and chambers go on for over four kilometers of which only about a quarter of this is open to visitors. The cave exploration is followed by a visit to the Cango Wildlife Ranch. The ranch is one of the leading cheetah breeders in South Africa where guests are permitted to enter a fenced area to interact with a tame Cheetah.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 16: Wine lands
Today you will take Route 62 that passes the towns of Calitzdorp, Ladismith, Barrydale, Ashton and Robertson before reaching Franschhoek. A few kilometers from Robertson we turn off on a dirt road and make our way to the Sheilam Cactus Gardens, sometimes known as Little Mexico. It is home of about 3000 of the weirdest and most interesting exotic cactus plants. After visiting the Cactus Gardens we visit two of Robertson most respected wineries. The wine industry in Robertson has grown from less than 25 cellars to more than 50 registered wine cellars as of today. There are a number of wine cellars that have received the highest awards both locally and internationally every year. Robertson wine cellars include Graham Beck, Springfield, Bon Cap, Majors Hill and the Excelsior Estate. The tour then makes its way to Franschhoek.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge

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Day 17: Wine lands
Today you will visit the Huguenot Museum. After visiting the museum you visit three of the finest wine estates in the region. Here guests will enjoy some insight into the production of wine in South Africa and will have the opportunity of sampling some of South Africa's finest.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 18 and 19: West Coast
Breakfast is followed by a journey via Wellington and some imposing passes to the South African west coast. You will drive to West Coast National Park. Here a rich diversity of bird species can be observed in great numbers. Over 250 species have been recorded in the area. It has the largest concentration of mammals is in the Postberg Reserve, but this is only open to public during flower season. The park surrounds the Langebaan Lagoon, which is a world Ramsar site The West Coast National Park lies 120 km north of Cape Town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is 27,500 hectares (106 sq mi) in size. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the R27 coastal road, and runs from the town of Yzerfontein in the south up to the Langebaan lagoon.
You will spot animals like Eland, red hartebeest, Cape grysbok, caracal and rock hyrax ,whales and dolphins in the ocean and various birds like Knot, Sanderling, Little Stint, Ruff, Marsh, Terek, Curlew Sandpiper, Turnstone, Ringed and Grey Plover, Greenshank, Whimbrel, Curlew and Bartailed, Little Egret and South African Shelduck , Flamingoes and White Pelican ,Black Korhaan, Cape and Greywinged Francolin, Southern Grey and Cape Penduline Tit, Anteating Chat, Whitethroated and Yellow Canary, Karoo Lark, Titbabbler, Bokmakierie and Cape Bunting. Dinner and overnight at the lodge


Day 20: West Coast
To day after breakfast you will visit the coastal village of Paternoster before traveling on to Cape Colombine, Tour the area and enjoy the culture. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 21: Cape Town
Today you will visit the oldest garden in South Africa, namely the Company Gardens. The large Public Park and botanical garden is home to a rose garden, Japanese garden, fish pond and aviary. You then visit the Cape Town Castle, before taking a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain. After the visits you will have dinner and overnight at the hotel

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Day 22: Cape Town
Today you will visit Robben Island which was a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment. This is where the former president Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by the former apartheid government. The island is a living museum reached by a return boat trip leaving from the waterfront half an hour each way to this World Heritage Site. In the afternoon you will visit the V&A Waterfront. Dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 23 and 24: Cape Town
After breakfast you will drive to Table mountain national park where you will spend a full day. It’s a Natural World Heritage Site, Situated at the south-western tip of Africa; the Table Mountain National Park is divided into three separate sections, as listed below.
Table Mountain section
This section covers Signal Hill, Lion's Head, Table Mountain proper, including the Back Table, Devil's Peak, the Twelve Apostles, and Orange Kloof. It borders on central Cape Town in the north, Camps Bay and the Atlantic coast in the west, the Southern Suburbs in the east, and Hout Bay in the south.

Silvermine-Tokai section
This section runs northwest-southeast across the Peninsula from the Atlantic seaboard to the False Bay coast. It covers Constantiaberg, Steenberg Peak and the Kalk Bay mountains. It borders on Hout Bay in the north-west, the suburbs of Constantia and Tokai in the north-east, Kalk Bay in the south-east, and Fish Hoek and Noordhoek in the south-west.

Cape Point section
This section covers the southernmost area of the Cape Peninsula, stretching from Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope in the south, as far north as Scarborough on the Atlantic coast and Simon's Town on the False Bay coast. It was formed from the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.

During the visit you will spot animals like Cape Lion, leopard, hyena, black-backed jackal, African Bush Elephant, black rhinoceros, kudu, eland, mountain zebra and bontebok, caracal, rock hyrax, Cape Grysbok, Red Hartebeest and birds like Grey-backed, Cisticola, Karoo, Prinia, Cape Sugarbird, Orange-breasted, Malachite and Lesser Double Collared sunbirds, Cape Siskin, Cape Rock-thrush and Ground Woodpecker, Verreaux's Eagle Jackal and Steppe buzzards, Rock Kestrel and Peregrine Falcon. Later you will drive back to Cape Town.

Day 25: Departure
Breakfast and then transfer to the airport for your departure flight




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