South Africa. Roadtrip.

If you are a couple of adventurers who love comfort, if you love discovery in complete freedom, this program is designed for you. An unforgettable journey for a special occasion! Visit the largest open-air natural “museum” in the world … a paradise destination where African culture and colonial influence have come together to create a unique reality. You will visit the renowned Kruger park, a refuge for felines and large ruminants that live in complete freedom. But also Cape Town and Table Mountain, Robben Island, the vineyard region, the Waterfront and finally the magnificent Victoria Falls … the right mix of nature, culture and city, excellent hospitality and excellent hotel facilities.

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Day 1: Arrival in Cape Town

Arrival at the airport in the morning. Our local representative will welcome you and deliver travel documents. You will pick up your rental vehicle. The rest of the day is free.

Tip for the afternoon: city tour.

The centre of Cape Town is surrounded by a grey-blue composed of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and Devil’s Peak.

We propose you to spend the afternoon at the Kirstenbosch botanical gardens, located on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain.

Then we also propose to take the cable car up to Table Mountain. This site, a World Heritage Site, is certainly a landmark of Cape Town and offers a magnificent panoramic view of the city and the ocean. Our advice for the honeymoon: visit it at sunset for a very romantic aperitif.

Day 2: Free day in Cape Town

Indulge in pleasures! If a panoramic view of the city from the helicopter tempts you, we will arrange a flight for you.

Stroll through the markets and busy streets, go to the beach, everything is possible in Cape Town: sea, mountain, countryside and city!

Day 3: Visit of the Cape of Good Hope

You will go to the Cape of Good Hope with your rental car. The Cape of Good Hope is characterized by wildflowers and steep cliffs. The lighthouse at the tip of the Cape is the most important of the whole coast of South Africa. This day will take you on the coastal road to discover penguins, sea lions and breathtaking landscapes, through Chapman’s peak, up to Cape Point. A mythical day for meeting the two oceans!

Day 4: Robben Island and the Waterfront

We recommend you visit Robben Island.

The island, located about 11 kilometres north of Cape Town, is a symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle, Nelson Mandela was imprisoned there. Stroll along the Waterfront, a commercial entertainment centre with pubs, restaurants, speciality shops, art galleries, theatres and cinemas. Boat trips around the harbour are very popular. We also recommend that you visit the Two Oceans Aquarium.

Day 5: The vineyards of the Cape region

You will head towards the Cape vineyards.

Located in the hinterland, this charming area offers many possible activities and, in particular, the visit of the cellars. Whether you prefer historic places or modern design buildings, you’ll have no trouble, you’ll find both! South African wines have developed a great deal and the production is varied and of very high quality. The vineyards willingly open their doors and the atmosphere is very relaxed and pleasant, not to mention the excellent restaurants. This is an area where you take the time to live and enjoy.

Day 6: Trekking through the vineyards

On this second day, you can opt for different activities: trekking, horse riding, wine tasting …

Day 7: Relaxation and tasting

We could suggest different optional activities, but we also want to warn you that your pension is ultra romantic and charming and all the people who stay there just want to enjoy the beautiful place. We warned you!

Day 8: Departure for Kruger Park

After breakfast, you can leave your pension and go to Cape Town airport. After delivery of the rental car and check-in, you will board the flight to Kruger Park (Kruger Mpumalanga airport). Upon arrival at the airport, one of our representatives will be waiting for your car transfer to your lodge in Kruger Park. After the “high tea” (with sweet and savoury treats in large quantities), you will take part in a guided 4×4 safari. This safari will be an opportunity to observe many animals (including the Big 5), and learn a lot about them, thanks to the information your expert ranger will provide you. For photography enthusiasts, it is also the ideal time to capture wildlife in the sunset light.

Day 9: 4×4 Safari in the Kruger Park

Tea and coffee at dawn. 4×4 Safari. Brunch. High tea. Safari in the afternoon. Dinner at the lodge or private romantic dinner – special honeymoon.

Day 10: Kruger Park and the Big Five

Tea and coffee at dawn. 4×4 Safari. Brunch. High tea. Afternoon safari. Dinner at the lodge or private romantic dinner – special honeymoon.

Day 11: Departure for Johannesburg

You can participate in the morning safari. After brunch, your driver will take you to the airport to check your luggage for your flight to Johannesburg. The hotel has a free shuttle service for you. Free afternoon. You can use the swimming pool or visit a part of the city of Johannesburg, with a guide (extra). This city in full rebirth is extremely dynamic and rich. If you want to learn more about the history and birth of the country, or you want to experience modern South Africa as an artist and bohemian, both of these faces belong to this animated city.

Day 12: Flight to the Victoria Falls

After breakfast, take the free shuttle to the airport. International flight from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls airport. Upon your arrival, you will be welcomed and transferred to the mythical Waterfall hotel: The Victoria Falls Hotel. The place, the beauty of the falls, everything is fascinating. The atmosphere of exploration and discovery of deep Africa, intact, conquers or gradually the visitors who walk in the footsteps of David Livingstone and Stanley.

Day 13: Visit of the Victoria Falls

Free day to enjoy the Waterfalls Tips: guided tour of the waterfalls, the helicopter (a must!), Cruise on the Zambezi river, elephant back safari, rafting, bungee jumping, canoe.

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