Guests are greeted in their own language and then provided with their travel documents which are explained in great detail. You will then set out on a fascinating tour of Soweto – one of South Africa’s most fascinating townships. The focus on this tour is more on community projects & sustainable tourism. The Soweto Fair Tour includes Nelson Mandela & Hector Pietersen Museums, a visit to Handiworx or the Soweto Green plus a view of Baragwanath Hospital and an informal settlement
Today, you will travel to a private game reserve situated near Hoedspruit, about a 45 minute journey from the famous Kruger National Park.
Set out to explore the Kruger National Park where you can enjoy searching for Africa’s Big Five – namely Lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant.
Today, you will travel to the town of Hazyview on the edge of the Kruger National Park. Along the way, stop off at attractions such as the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre.
Enjoy another day exploring the Kruger National Park or perhaps take in the scenic beauty of the Panorama Route including the Blyde River Canyon, Three Rondavels, Gods Window and Bourkes Luck Potholes.
Travel to the African Kingdom of Swaziland today and stay at the oldest wildlife sanctuary in the country – Milwane where you will be able to enjoy activities such as tracking Rhino on foot.
Head out to explore the park on guided game drives which are led by an experienced ranger or enjoy a safari by mountain bike or on horseback.
Crossing the border back into South Africa today, you will go to the town of St Lucia which is situated on the edge of the World Heritage Site of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Encounter the amazing wildlife of the Hluhluwe Game Reserve or go on a cruise in search of hippo and crocodile. In season go turtle tracking and whale watching.
Explore the beautiful wetlands while on a kayaking tour. Learn about South African culture by taking a tour of a local village or enjoy one of the many adventure activities on offer in the area.
Travel to the resort town of Umhalanga which is known for its sandy golden beaches and safe swimming in warm Indian Ocean waters.
Continue your journey into one of Southern Africa’s greatest mountain ranges – the Drakensberg which means “Dragon Mountain” and take in the beauty of the panoramic vistas.
Spend the day exploring this region. You can visit the famous Ardmore ceramic art museum on the property or set out on one of the many hiking trails in the region.
Leaving the heights of the Drakensberg behind, you will travel to King Shaka International Airport to catch your return flight home.