Welcome to South Africa! Upon your arrival at O.R Tambo airport (Jo’burg) you will meet the representative and then be transferred to Sun City (approx travel time of 2 ½ – 3 hrs) in a private vehicle. [Post 1600 hrs there would be a surcharge applicable for PVT transfer] Aweh - At Sun City, the legendary creation of entrepreneur Sol Kerzer, Disneyland collides with ancient Egypt in Africa’s version of Vegas. Filled with gilded statues of lions and monkeys, acres of artificial beaches, over 1200 hotel rooms and line upon line of clinking slot machines, it serves no other purpose than to entertain. Check inn at the hotel at 1600 hrs. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
Post breakfast at the hotel; Explore Valley Of Waves located in Sun City, South Africa! Picture a palm-fringed beach lapped by crystalline waters. Imagine yourself on a sun lounger as the sun sets over the valley and the roar of the waves muffle to the sound of the DJ’s beats. The legendary Roaring Lagoon at the Valley of Waves is the undisputed main attraction at Sun City’s famous water park. Every 90 seconds, bender waves rise two meters in the air. Catch the tide and body-surf to shore. Laze beneath a wind-swept palm, ride and slide your way to more thrills, and amble over to the beach bar if you need some cocktails and after swim snacks. (Note: Entrance included but operations subject to Covid-19 Protocols)
Breakfast at the hotel and post-check-out, you will have a private transfer to Sun City Airport for your onward flight to Port Elizabeth. (Note: Internal flight from Sun City to Port Elizabeth is not included in the final price) Welcome to Port Elizabeth! Port Elizabeth or the 'windy city’ is located on the western side of the sunshine coast. It may seem like a million miles away but you'd be surprised at what it has to offer. Port Elizabeth is a city on the Algoa bay in South Africa’s eastern cape, which means one thing – beaches! Port Elizabeth has over 40km of unspoiled coastline consisting mainly of beaches that are rich with soft sands and warm surf. Check-in at the hotel at 1600 hrs.
Today post breakfast, proceed to Oudtshoorn and partake in the below activities. Visit Cango Wildlife Ranch - The Cango Wildlife Ranch is situated 3 km outside of Oudtshoorn on the R62 en route to the Cango Caves. Get close! Get very close. As you meander on the catwalk over large natural enclosures, which are home to some of the world's greatest big cats. From the treetop lookout, view the elegant cheetah, mighty lion, breathtaking African leopard, and the awesome white Bengal tiger. Visit Cango Caves - Frequently described as one of the great Natural Wonders of The World. The Cango Caves is a cultural and natural landmark in South Africa. The 20 million-year-old Cango Caves system consists of a series of hidden chambers cut deep into a thick limestone rock layer. It is situated in the Swartberg Mountains, 30 kilometers north of Oudtshoorn, in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. Visit Safari Ostrich Farm (Tour Only) - Safari Ostrich Farm is a working ostrich farm in Oudtshoorn, Garden Route, South Africa. This is the only tractor tour on an ostrich farm in South Africa. Everything about it is focused on you having a wonderful interactive encounter and learning something new about the world’s largest bird. Safari Ostrich Farm is situated 6km outside of the center of Oudtshoorn
Breakfast at the hotel and post-check-out, you will have a private transfer to another amazing destination Hermanus! Hermanus is rich in breathtaking scenery; with its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops, and endless adventure options, it is no wonder that Hermanus is transformed into a bustling hubbub of activity in-season as well as out-of-season. For any intrepid tourist or appreciator of nature's wonders, Hermanus is the ideal location for an unforgettable experience. Check-in at the hotel at 1600 hrs.
Breakfast at the hotel, free time at Hermanus, and post check out you will make your way to Cape Town (Optional – Enroute Stop at Stellenbosch for wine tasting, if guests’ interested) The second oldest town in South Africa, Stellenbosch is known for its natural beauty and oak-lined avenues, Cape Dutch architecture, history and culture – and of course its wine routes. Any trip to Cape Town would be incomplete without a visit to the best Stellenbosch wineries in the Cape Winelands. Welcome to Cape Town! A coming-together of cultures, cuisines, and landscapes, there's nowhere quite like Cape Town, a singularly beautiful city crowned by the magnificent Table Mountain National Park. Check-in at the hotel at 1600 hrs and the rest of the day is free.
Breakfast at the hotel, today you will gear up to witness one of the most stunning cities in South Africa. You will drive past the vibrant city of Cape Town and stop by some amazing attractions on this Half Day Cape Town Tour. This tour includes Table Mountain, a scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point. You pass through the Houses of Parliament, the Castle, the SA Museum, and a few other historical sites – District Six, Bo-Kaap, Slave Lodge & ending at the bustling Greenmarket Square. Table mountain National Park - Stretching from Signal Hill to Cape Point, this 220-sq-km park is a natural wonder, its range of environments including granite and Sandstone Mountains, giant-boulder-strewn beaches, and shady forests. For the vast majority of visitors, the main attraction is the 1086m-High Mountain itself, the top of which can easily be accessed by the cableway, which runs every 10 to 20 minutes. [Afternoon Cable Car Ticket]
Breakfast at the hotel. As you begin this exciting day, please don't forget to bring your camera! This Cape Point tour to the southwestern tip of the Cape Peninsula offers some of the most spectacular views in the world. See seals in Hout Bay and have time to wander the shops. You can explore the Cape Point Nature Reserve at your leisure, and check out playful families of African penguins in Simon’s Town. From water to skies, Chapman's Peak is a mountain on the Cape Peninsula with a 5.5-mile (8.8 kilometers) road, said to be one of the world’s most scenic drives. The road winds from Hout Bay to Noordhoek, clinging to the side of the steep mountain almost the whole way. Traveling this road’s 114 turns is a must-do in Cape Town. Later we head to Cape of Good Hope - Cape of Good Hope, rocky promontory at the southern end of Cape Peninsula, Western Cape province, South Africa. The Flying Dutchman Funicular (return journey) travels on a railroad on Cape Point, providing a novel and exciting way to travel and see the sights. Cape Town definitely has no shortage of amazing beaches, but Boulders Beach in False Bay offers something extra special – a colony of African Penguins in all their smart dresses, waddling glory, and right under your nose. In fact, it's the only place in the world where you can get close to African Penguins. Finally, we end the tour with a visit to the naval port of Simons Town.
Check out from the hotel and proceed to Cape Town Airport in a private transfer for your flight back home.
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Note - Above is a tentative itinerary.
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