11 Day/ 10 Nights

Day 1: Flight to Cape Town

Assistance with registration and boarding procedures.

Flight – to Cape town

Service aboard.

Arrival in Cape Town.

Pass Customs and you will be met by guide.

Transfer and installation in your rooms.

Diner and night.

Day 2: Cape town


Departure for the discovery of the Cape Town

Visit of the town of Cape Town: Also known as "the Mother City". Visit Bo-Kaap the multicolored houses and the Islamic ambience of the Malay Quarter add to the cosmopolitan atmosphere. You will see the castle of Good Hope, in the shape of a Pentagon, is the oldest building in the country; "The company Gardens", a public park now. It has its origins in the gardens and orchards of Jan van Riebeeck, arranged from 1652 in order to refuel the boats of passage. The visit of this beautiful city will make you discover a past rich in culture and history

Lunch in Town

Ascension of Table Mountain by cable car (depending on the weather). The cable car allows you to get to the top of this icon of the Cape Town. Created in 1929, the cable car takes visitors in a rotating cabin with huge windows allowing you to get the most out of the spectacular view. The cable cars leave every 10 to 15 minutes and operate only when the weather permits.

Dinner at Gold Restaurant or similar

A Pan-African experience - a night of entertainment in an African setting. Where you will savor a variety number of dishes, specialties of Cape and African delicacies, you will be captivated by the extravagance of the songs and the dance around you. Night at your hotel.

Day 3 : Cape Peninsula

Breakfast at the Hotel

Sea Excursion from the port of Hout Bay a small fishing village. Leaving from the port, and weather permitting, a boat leads you to Duiker island. The island is a sanctuary for thousands of Cape fur seals (actually seals from Antarctica). Knowing that they are center of Attraction, the sea stage a fantastic spectacle, plunging and twirling with agility and a staggering speed.

Guided tour of the Penguins at Boulders beach.This unique place has become a paradise for these birds, and one of the few places where they can still bask without being threatened by human intervention. You will be able to see them very closely, without damaging their natural environment.

Fish lunch at a restaurant.

Visit the Nature reserve of the Cape of Good Hope:

Its geological formations, its fauna and its flora make this reserve a unique place in the world. The legendary "Cape Point" and "Cape of Good Hope" have been landmarks for the early explorers and are the source of many myths and legends. The encounter of the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the warmest of the Indian Ocean creates a unique coastal environment and one of the most productive marine areas in the world.

Departure to the Waterfront.

Discovery of the "Victoria and Alfred Waterfront". The old Cape Docks have been transformed into a commercial and cultural center where the country's best shopping opportunities are located.

Dinner on the Waterfront Back to the hotel and Overnight.

Day 4 : Cape Town – The Wine lands- Cape town - Durban

Breakfast at the hotel

Discover the region of South African wines.

Visit of Franschhoek, the "French Corner", where the Huguenots were hunted from France during the religious persecutions of the end of the seventeenth century. Moving memories at the Huguenot museum and in front of the memorial.

Continuation to Stellenbosch

Wine tasting and lunch in one of the wine estates of the region.

Orientation Tour of the charming small town of Stellenbosch whose university has long presided over the fate of South Africa. The place of the church, the narrow lanes... everything helps to accentuate the European atmosphere that emerges from the village.

According to the flight schedules, transfer to the airport of Cape Town.

Assistant with the register formalities


Arrival in Durban and transfer to your Hotel

Dinner and night at your hotel.

Day 5 : Durban- St Lucia- Hluhluwe

Breakfast at the hotel

Panoramic Tour of Durban.

Depart in the direction of Hluhluwe

Depart in the direction of Saint Lucia.

Boat cruise on the St. Lucia Estuary. The park in which the estuary is located is a natural world heritage. The cruise is a delight for birdwatchers with more than 500 species to see, coastal dune forests and marshes. With over 800 hippos and 1 500 crocodiles in the St Lucia ecosystem, you are sure to find yourself face to face with one of these creatures during your cruise!

Arrival at the lodge and check in

Dinner and Overnight.

Day 6 : Hluhluwe


Early Morning wake up

Departure for your morning Game drive and back to the lodge for breakfast.


Lunch at the lodge

Departure late afternoon for your second safari 4x4.

Time of leisure to enjoy the lodge facilities

BBQ or BOMA dinner (depending on the lodge/hotel) followed by a song and dance show and Overnight.

Day 7: Hluhluwe - Swaziland


Road to Swaziland.

Border crossing formalities.

Lunch along the way

Discover the plains in southwestern region of Swaziland contrast strongly with the more mountainous region of the north. You will discover lush sugar cane fields in sight and the vastness of the savannah where traditional Swazi villages are scattered. Near the border of Lavumisa, in the southeast, you will see the Lubombo mountains that cover almost the entire eastern part of the country, and form a natural border between Swaziland and Mozambique.


Discover the market of Manzini. Typically, African, this market will offer you its multicolored stalls consisting of fruits, traditional medicines, handicrafts... A strange mixture of tradition and modernity. The market is closed on Sundays and public holidays. Visit the Swazi candle making workshop in Makerns. These objects of art, unique by their motifs, are exported all over the world and are wonderful souvenirs. During the week you can see the artists at work. Depart in the direction of your hotel and check in for the night Dinner and Overnight.

Day 8: Swaziland - Kruger 

Breakfast at the hotel

Depart to the northern border of the country.

Road to the north and stop to visit a glass factory (closed on Saturdays and Sundays, access only to the shop). The Ngwenya Glass factory reopened in 1987 proposes to see the glass blowers at work manufacturers of table items, vases or even jugs. This company has a large social and environmental contribution because it recycled the used glass and a percentage of these sales went back to a refuge for elephants and rhino


Typical Swazi lunch with a visit to a village and a show of songs and dance.

Continue your journey

Check in at your hotel, Dinner and night.



Day 9: Kruger park

Breakfast at the hotel

Exit from the park around 3.30 pm and return to the hotel.

Boma Diner and night at the hotel

Game drive in a 4x4 vehicle in the Kruger Park (full day)

The park as we know it today is formed in 1926 when several reserves are grouped into a single national park, the first in South Africa. He received the name "Paul Kruger" and opened the same year to the public. Kruger National Park is one of the largest wildlife reserves in Africa. The size of the land is comparable to that of Israel or Wales. The park covers more than 20 000 km², and extends for 350 km from north to south, and on 60 km from east to west. There are 147 species of mammals and more than 517 species of birds, of which 253 are resident.

The morning safari ends in one of the camps inside the park and lunch before continuing the discovery of the park.



Day 10: Kruger – Pilgrims rest

Breakfast at the hotel

Discover fabulous sites of the Blyde River Canyon. 6 to 800 meters deep, it stretches on 26km, germinant its unforgettable panoramas. Visit its main geological curiosity: Bourke Luck Potholes (the "giant pots").

Lunch during visits

After completing your visits, drive to Pilgrim's Rest.


Visit of the former village of Miners de Pilgrim's Rest, whose operation ceased in 1972. Classified as a historic monument, its former houses have been restored and transformed into a living museum of the Gold rush of the last century.

Check in at your hotel

Dinner and Overnight.

Jour 11 : Pilgrims rest – Soweto- Johannesburg

Breakfast at the hotel

Road to Johannesburg (+/-5 hours drive) and departure towards Soweto

Lunch in a traditional shebeen (clandestine time of Apartheid Visit to Soweto).

A cursed child of apartheid, the South-West-Township of Johannesburg now comprises nearly 4 million inhabitants. The riots of 1976 that took place marked the beginning of the decline of segregation.

Visit of Nelson Mandela's house.

Transfer to the airport for the return flight (NOT INCLUDED).