Southern Africa tailor made tours and safaris


PRICE: 3995 dollars private guided tour based on 4 people sharing
PRICE: 3195 dollars self-drive tour based on 2 people sharing

14 days include:
– All entrance fees to national parks, museums, cultural activities and wine tastings
– 2 game drives with professional rangers
– 1 boat cruise (Hout Bay)
– All breakfasts, 3 dinners, 1 barbecue
– 1 full time South African  guide
– 1 local guide in Soweto
– Accommodation : B & B or similar *** or ****
– Flight Johannesburg-Cape Town-Johannesburg
– Flights Johannesburg-Victoria Falls-Johannesburg
– 2 safaris in Chobe
– Cruise safari in Chobe
– Victoria Falls National Park
– Dinner and traditional African dances
– Crossing into Namibia for a visit


This 14 days tour offers exceptional sites in the heart of Southern Africa. The Kruger National Park, world-renowned, offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa,  is one of the largest game reserves in Africa,  world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies.  Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld, this national park of nearly 2 million hectares, SANParks – Kruger National Park is unrivalled in the diversity of its life forms.

The Cape Peninsula has an unusually rich biodiversity predominantly rich Cape Fynbos. The city’s most famous landmark Table Mountain known also as Hoerikwaggo – the mountains in the sea.

A trip to the Kingdom of Swaziland, a small, land-locked kingdom the variety of attractions is its greatest asset. It is the combination of  magnificent mountain scenery, beautiful landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and the rich culture makes this small country a worthwhile visit. A tiny country with a big heart and warm!

A visit to the famous Victoria Falls, Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the smoke that thunders’ on the Zambezi River, presents a spectacular sight of amazing beauty and grandeur

Chobe National Park, a place that allows us to get close and watch the elephants cavorting in the river channels.


  • Johannesburg / Soweto located in Gauteng (country of gold in Sotho). A sprawling capital, symbol of wealth and crime.
  • The Blyde River Canyon, 40 km long, is third largest canyon in the world consisting of a wide variety of geological formations offering a breathtaking spectacle.
  • Kruger National Park is famous for exceptional wildlife, incredible diversity, as well as being one of  the largest,  most famous and oldest game parks in the world.
  • Swaziland is the smallest country in the southern hemisphere and is one of the last African kingdoms. The country is home to several national parks with a rich flora and fauna.
  • The Wine route stretches over many valleys with winelands along large meandering rivers. The French and  Dutch settled here in the 1700s bringing their viticutural skills and knowlegde. This area is  known for its exceptional 17th century Dutch architectural manor houses and village homes.
  • Cape Peninsula is a stretch of land lying between two oceans, dominated by our famous Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve with beautiful forests, vineyards, beaches and historic buildings.
  • Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) with 1700 m wide and 208 m high, Victoria Falls is an impressive wall of water.
  • Chobe (Botswana) is the third largest park in the region, known to hold the largest concentration of African elephants. Chobe is a haven for wildlife and a delight for those who enjoy watching animals in their kingdom.
sa13Day 1: Johannesburg City -Sandton

Afternoon Tour in Soweto with local guide
Hector Pieterson Museum
Visit to a township
Freedom Square and memorial
Walking tour and drive to various points of interest … home of Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Winnie Mandela, the FNB stadium
Accommodation at a B & B

sa14Day 2: Blyde River Canyon

We depart for  the beautiful Blyde River Canyon in Mpumalanga.
We folow the scenic route  and pass through places such as God’s Window, Three Rondavels, Blyde River Canyon, Long Tom Pass, the battlefields, Bourkes Luck Potholes, MacMac waterfall, and Pilgrim’s Rest which is a historical authentic village dating from the first South African gold Rush and now a national monument.


Accommodation is on the edge of the canyon

sa15Day 3: Kruger Park

We arrive in the morning at the famous Kruger National Park and begin our visit with lunch on the banks of  the mighty Sabie River.

4×4  sunset safari with professional ranger

Time to relax and enjoy a typical South African Braai/barbecue

sa17Day 4: Kruger Park

Around  4.30 am we leave camp for a 3 hour morning 4×4 safari with a professional ranger to witness the African savanah and wildlife in all its splendour.

Return to camp for a hearty breakfast followed by a safari with our guide

Accommodation in National Park chalets

sa16Day 5: Swaziland

Departure for the Kingdom of Swaziland (passport required). The landscapes are very similar to those of Switzerland.  We visit the Ngwenya Glass Factory and the oldest mine in the world.  Time permitting

At the capital Mbabane;  we admire the Royal Palace, Parliment, the Kings Mausoleum and a craft market in the Ezulwini Valley.

Overnight “hotel de charme” DB&B

Day 6: Johannesburg / Cape Town

sa18This morning we depart Swaziland through Southern Mpumalanga


Leave for O R Tambo for our flight to Cape Town.

We arrive in Cape Town in the late afternoon for a sunset stroll along the Seapoint promenade and a visit to  the V & A Waterfront  for dinner.

Day 7: The Wine Route

sa19We head out to Stellenbosch, the second largest town in South Africa which was an outpost established in 1682 by Governor Van der Stel. He was amazed at how fertile the area was and encouraged  French Hugenot and Dutch settlers to start farming there. Here oak trees, wheat and vines quickly replaced the giraffes, elephants, Hottentots and Khoi san peoples.

Today, Stellenbosch is known for its beautiful and varied architecture ( Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian style), renowned wines and its famous university where the language of instruction is still mainly in Afrikaans.

We visit the  Bugerhuis museum, the famous Oom Samie Winkel, partake on a cellar tour and  winetasting. Next we head over the beautiful Hels Hoogte Pass on our way to Franschoek where the original French Hugenots settled and today is the culinary capital of South Africa.   After lunch we visit the Hugenot museum and Memorial.

Thereafter we visit an exceptional boutique wine farm and taste a local vintage including a pinotage which is South Africa’s own unique cultivar.

We then make our way to Paarl, with a stop in front of Mandela’s statue at the entrance to the prison from which he was liberated in 1990.

Finally our day ends in historical Paarl which means  “Pearl” in Dutch refering to the  imposing granite mountains surrounding the town. The first French Huguenots settled there developing a winemaking tradition which still exists today. We visit the Taal monument dedicated to the Afrikaans language and is the world’s only monument to a language. The monument, perched on a hill to be seen from afar, is surrounded by a  botanical garden and overlooks the town and breathtaking view of the valley.

Day 8: The Cape Peninsula Tour

sa20This Region is a  UNESCO  world heritage site for its exceptional floral diversity. We follow the west coast via Clifton  with a stop at Maiden’s Cove to enjoy a magnificent view of the Twelve Apostles and Camps Bay then to Hout Bay, a charming little town where we  take a cruise to Duiker Island home to the worlds largest fur seal colony.

Thereafter we drive along the scenic Chapman’s Peak Pass offering breathtaking scenery.

Eventualy we enter the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve where the cold Atlantic waters meet the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. This famous landmark was named by the early Portuguese mariners. Thereafter we journey down to the False Bay coast, and have lunch at the old harbor of the  historical naval port of Simon’s Town.  After lunch we visit the well known Boulders beach home to Africa’s largest land based jackass penguine colony.

We finish our day with a visit to Groot Constantia, South Africa’s oldest Cape Dutch manor house and wine farm built by the first Governer of the Cape.

Dinner at clients expense.

The day ends with dinner at the  “V & A Waterfront”

Day 9: Cape Town and surrounding areas

sa21Today we visit Cape Town, historical places and parks, Dutch East Indian Garden, Castle, South African Museum, Malay quarter, District 6 and Greenmarket square.  Before noon we take the opportunitiy to visit the noon gun in action on the slopes of Signal Hill. It is the world’s oldest canon still in action.

After lunch we visit Kirstenbosh National Botanic Garden the only botanical garden situated in a world heritage site which has more endemic plant species than any other in the world.


In the late afternoon we head along the west coast towards Blouberg where you can enjoy a “postcard” view of Table Mountain, Robben Island and Table Bay.

Tonight we offer an authentic African dinner of more than thirty culinary dishes from across the continent.

Day 10: Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)

bot10Departure for our flight to Johannesburg and connection  to Victoria Falls.


Upon arrival we will be taken to the beautiful colonial Victoria Falls hotel with is situated in the National Park and has direct private access to the Falls, the opulance and charm abound.

Relax and enjoy the spectacular view of the falls. In the evening we will enjoy a traditional African boma dinner embellished with traditional dances and characters Amakwezi representatives of the ancestral culture Shona. The more adventurous can snack on specialties: the “hunter’s stew” or buffet of local meats (buffalo, crocodile, impala, wild boar, etc.).

bot11Day 11: Victoria Falls

A guided tour of the falls. Get ready for an amazing experience with nature!.

Important:  Wear a waterproof jacket and protection

Here awaits an unforgettable view of one of the most spectacular sites in the world located on the Zambezi River, between the borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe known as Mosi-oa-Tunya “the smoke that thunders” ( in Shona ) –  It is an  UNESCO World Heritage site.

The rest of the day is free to visit the town and its local craft market, cruise on the Zambezi River,   or enjoy a helicopter flip over the falls, known as “the flight of angels”.

bot12Day 12: Chobe National Park (Botswana)

Early this morning we cross the  border  into Botswana and continue to the Chobe National Park.

After lunch we head into the park for our afternoon 4X4 safari . This park is world famous for its huge herd of elephants, buffulo and big cats.

Lodge and dinner on  the banks of the Chobe River .

bot13Day 13: Chobe National Park / Namibia

Early morning start (5:00am) for a morning 4X4 safari. Back in the park we will experience elephants, giraffes, buffaloes.

After breakfast we cruise across the Chobe River and visit a traditional village in neighboring Namibia, where we  meet the local people.


Enjoy a  magical sunset cruise on the Chobe river.

Day 14: Return  to Zimbabwe

After breakfast we drive to Victoria Falls airport and sadly fly back to Johannesburg.