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Kruger, Cape Town & Falls
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Fly from the UK to Cape Town.
Arrive in glorious Cape Town and explore the wonders of this vibrant city, including the star-shaped Castle of Good Hope and the inquisitive African penguins at Boulders Beach. On your free day, choose from a wide range of optional activities, such as taking the ferry across to notorious Robben Island, site of the prison where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years, ascending to the top of Table Mountain for sweeping city and seaside views, or perhaps something more adventurous such as shark cage diving or abseiling.
Fly on to Johannesburg where you’ll meet the rest of your group over a traditional braai (typical South African barbecue) welcome dinner.
Drive the stunning Panorama Route, with its mountain vistas, plunging waterfalls and Blyde River Canyon views, to scenic Graskop, on the edge of the Drakensberg Escarpment. Check out Bourke’s Luck Potholes, a series of natural rock pools carved by the river and God’s Window, a stunning viewpoint on top of a 700-metre high cliff. On a clear day you can see all the way to Kruger National Park from there.
Kruger National Park
Head off in search of the Big Five on safari in Kruger National Park. Gaze across the wild African bush and keep a look out for elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino in one of Africa’s oldest and most diverse wildlife viewing areas. You’ll be in an open vehicle, allowing for better views and cooler temperatures when the sun’s at its highest. But it’s not all about the animals – look out for the strange looking baobab trees and the intriguing sausage tree, so-called because it looks like sausages hang from its branches.
Karongwe Private Nature Reserve
Explore the natural wonders of Karongwe Private Nature Reserve with a qualified game ranger. Keep your eyes peeled for wild dog, brown hyena, wildebeest and kudu, among many others. With over 365 species of bird, it’s a twitcher’s paradise here too – look out for kori bustards, bateleur eagles and bearded woodpeckers. And of course the quintessential safari experience – watch the orange glow of the sunset from a scenic vantage point, and sip on a refreshing sundowner or two.
After a final morning game drive, return to Johannesburg where you’ll enjoy a tasty Afrikaans dinner at your guesthouse.
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