12 Days South African Splendours
This 12 day Kruger National Park & Cape Town combo showcases some of the best attractions which South Africa has to offer the Enabled traveler. Experience the wildlife first hand and up close. Experience the thrill of Table Mountain in Cape Town!
Day 1 – 4
We depart from Johannesburg at 7am (please refer to Pre-departure Information) and spend Kruger National Park the next 4 days in the Kruger National Park exploring this 2 million hectare haven to the Big Five and many other species of animal, bird and plant life. Our nights are spent at various main and private tented camps and bungalows throughout the Park, with night’s 2 & 3 in one camp. Optional cost night game drive available.
Days 5, 6 & 7
After breakfast and a morning’s game drive we depart from the Kruger National park and head to a magnificent Private Game Reserve, world renowned for reintroducing
animals to the wild and its Lion breeding project where we spend the next 3 nights. Activities during these days include morning and afternoon game drives & walks, a visit to a local Shangaan village* (optional extra cost), close encounters with Lions, maybe even touch a wild cheetah (named Savannah) and touching Jessica the Hippo* (optional extra cost).
Dinners are served in a traditional “Boma” around a blazing fire by us.
We drive a scenic day’s journey along the Blyde River Canyon back to Johannesburg where we bring you to the airport for your late afternoon flight to Cape Town and on your arrival
we will transfer you to your hotel to enjoy your first night in Cape Town.
Day 9 – 11
The next 3 days we show you the highlights of Cape Town and surroundings including a city centre drive with the spectacular views from on top of Table Mountain and Signal Hill, a Cape Point tour with amazing coastal roads and with a visit to the penguin colony at boulders beach & an outing to the nearby Stellenbosch Wine lands to taste the local wines at 2 different wine farms.
Today is at your leisure so you can relax or visit the Waterfront where you can shop until you drop! There are hundreds of shops, markets, restaurants, bars, the spectacular Ocean
Aquarium, boat cruises in the Harbour, trips out to Robben Island, listen to some of the street musicians and much more before we transfer you to the airport for your late afternoon or evening flight home.
You are welcome to add a couple more days in Cape Town to experience this spectacular city and surroundings even more.
Please note: Day 1 – 8 of the above itinerary could run in reverse or other changes may occur due to accommodation availability or other unforeseen circumstances.
Day 9 – 12 are an addition to the Kruger safari and are not ‘escorted’ and on a B&B basis only. However transfers and excursions included in Cape Town are fully accessible.
- 7 nights accommodation in tents & bungalows as per itinerary Kruger safari
- 4 nights accommodation in a Cape Town hotel
- All transport as per itinerary in special adapted vehicles for wheelchair access
- Airport transfers for the JNB – CPT flight
- Meals: (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch & D=Dinner)
- Day 1 – L/D
- Day 2 to 7 – B/L/D
- Day 8 to 12 – B
- All entrance fees and excursions as per itinerary
- English speaking guide/driver
- International airfares & airport taxes
- Domestic flight from JNB – CPT
- Airport transfer (can be arranged for +/- R200pp one way)
- Accommodation in Johannesburg before the safari
- Optional night game drive in Kruger Nat. Park ~ R150
- Optional Shangaan Village visit ~ R100
- Optional Jessica the Hippo visit ~ R 70
- Meals in restaurants (if you choose)
- Drinks & personal expenses
- Tipping (Porterages & Gratuities)
- Travel insurance
- Visas (if applicable)
- Private carer
You will see the following on your experience
The City of Cape Town is the metropolitan municipality which governs the city of Cape Town, South Africa and its suburbs and exurbs. The city is famous for its harbour, for its natural setting in the Cape Floristic Region, as well as for such well-known landmarks as Table Mountain and Cape Point. As of 2014, it is the 10th most populous city in Africa and home to 64% of the Western Cape's population. It is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. The city was named the World Design Capital for 2014 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. In 2014, Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both The New York Times and The Telegraph.