Day 1

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, our representative meets you for a transfer to your pre-booked hotel. Cape Town is one of the most popular long-haul destinations in the world. Due to its unique topography, it is also one of the easiest places in which to orientate oneself as long as you remember that with Table Mountain behind you and Robben Island before you; you are facing north, looking across Table Bay and up the west coast of Africa. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2

After breakfast leave on a half-day Mother City tour. You will go for a scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point & later tour passes the Houses of Parliament, the Castle, the SA Museum, and a few other historical sights – District Six, Bo-Kaap, Slave Lodge & ending at the bustling Greenmarket Square. A cable car ride takes you up Table Mountain (weather permitting otherwise Signal Hill) for a breathtaking view over the city (entrance is included) Return to your hotel. Overnight at Hotel

Day 3

Breakfast is taken at the hotel. Depart on a full-day Peninsula tour. This comprehensive tour shows you the best of the spectacular Cape Peninsula and why it is it’s called the Fairest Cape. Travel past Sea Point and Camps Bay, past the famous beaches of Clifton and Llandudno towards Hout Bay. Drive along the Atlantic Seaboard. Pass through Noordhoek and Scarborough. Later you will take to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Enjoy the funicular ride aboard the “Flying Dutchman” and enjoy the unforgettable spectacular views. Later get the photo opportunity to take some pictures at the second southernmost tip of the African continent. Visit the beautiful Boulders Beach, and have the option to sit among the famous colony of Jackass Penguins. Thereafter we enjoy a short stop at the naval port of Simon’s Town and know about the legend of “Able Seaman Just Nuisance” the Great Dane Dog that was inducted into the Royal Navy. Return to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 4

After breakfast, check and transfer to Oudtshoorn. It is known as the ‘Feather Capital of the World’ thanks to its huge ostrich industry. Oudtshoorn is a town in the Klein Karoo area of South Africa’s Western Cape. It’s known for its ostrich farms and rests along the Route 62 wine route. The central C.P. Nel Museum traces the ostrich-feather boom era and houses a working synagogue. The nearby Cango Wildlife Ranch is a conservation park offering animal petting. To the north, the Cango Caves are a 20-million-year-old network of limestone chambers. Arrive and in the afternoon, enjoy a tour of the Wildlife Ranch where you will visit a crocodile Park where you have the opportunity to take pictures with Cheetah. Check into the hotel and spend the rest of the evening in the comfort of your hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 5

After breakfast leave for a tour of the Cango Caves – In Oudtshoorn, you go underground to marvel at the icy formations in the Cango Caves, regarded as one of South Africa’s most spectacular natural wonders Later enjoy a tour of the Ostrich Farm before your transfer to Knysna. Arrive in Knysna, later you will go on a cruise on the vast Knysna Lagoon. Enjoy an amazing view of the imposing sandstone ‘Heads’ which guard the sea entrance to Knysna’s huge tidal lagoon, and the forests, marshes, and pristine beaches surrounding it. Evening, you check into the hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 6

After breakfast transfer to George airport to board a flight to Johannesburg. On arrival, you are met by our representative for a transfer to Sun City. The Sun City complex is surrounded by two championship golf courses, numerous swimming pools, and a huge man-made lake offering various water sports. Optional activities include Hot Air Ballooning. Enjoy lunch at the Raj Indian Restaurant (own account). Then you could relax at the Valley of the Waves, or take a walk through the gardens of the Lost City. This magical city knows no limits – you have the chance to win a fortune at the Casino and Entertainment Centre, there are lavish extravaganzas and a multitude of restaurants to cater to every taste. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 7

After breakfast, you will enjoy your day at leisure. Optional game drives to Pilanesberg Nature Reserve to see the Big 5 (cost of the game drive is not included. Sun City is a luxury resort and casino, situated in the North West Province of South Africa. It is located between the Elands River and the Pilanesberg, about two hours’ drive from Johannesburg, near the city of Rustenburg. The complex borders the Pilanesberg Game Reserve. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 8

After breakfast transfer to Kruger National Park. The Kruger National Park in South Africa is one of the oldest and largest reserves in Africa. The park boasts a tremendous variety of games – The Big 5 and birdlife in its numerous habitats. You should see: elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo, warthog, lion, spotted hyenas, baboon, hippo, impala, kudu, vervet monkey, waterbuck, Tsessebe, wildebeest, bush baby, mongoose, duiker, steenbok, klipspringer, genet, bats. You may see: leopard, wild dog, cheetah, roan antelope, sable antelope, bat-eared fox, rhino, honey badger, porcupine, rebook, aardvark, aardwolf, civet, and caracal and serval suni. Arrive and check in the lodge. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 9

Enjoy a full-day game drive. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 10

After breakfast, transfer to Or Tambo International for a flight back home.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas Medical Insurance
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • Transportation as per itinerary


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned
  • Domestic airfare from George to Johannesburg

Full Name: Republic of South Africa
Capital City: There are three capital cities in South Africa, namely the Executive Capital of Pretoria, the Judicial Capital of Bloemfontein, and the Legislative Capital of Cape Town.
Time Zone: + 2 GMT & – 3.30 IST
Language: Zulu, Xhosa, and Afrikaans. English is the fourth most common first language
Religion: Christianity
Currency: South African rand
ROE: 1 USD Approximately makes 14.35 ZAR & 1 ZAR makes approximately 4.95 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: South Africa’s climatic conditions generally range from the Mediterranean in the southwestern corner of South Africa to temperate in the interior plateau, and subtropical in the northeast. A small area in the northwest has a desert climate. Most of the country has warm, sunny days and cool nights.
Shopping: Zulu ceremonial spoons, Local leather backpack, Old World wine, Africa-shaped pen, Rooibos Tea, Kalahari salt, Pichulik earrings, Pink Lady gin, Yswara Cape Town candle Missibaba leather bags
“ISD Code: +27
Airport: There are almost 90 Airports in South Africa. Mainly being Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, George, Victoria, etc.
Indian Restaurants :
Bihari – Southern Sun Hotel, Main Rd, Newlands, Cape Town, 7725, South Africa
Vintage India –10 Hiddingh Village, C/o Hiddingh Ave and Mill St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Mughals Indian Restaurant & Bar 1 Kloof Nek Rd &, Woodside Rd, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa.


The longest continuous wine route on earth is found in South Africa
Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains on the planet

South Africa is the only country in the world where right-hand drive cars are produced by Mercedes Benz.
The Bloukrans Bridge is the highest bridge for bungee jumping in the world.

Rovos Rail is the most lavish train in the world.
Boulders Beach, Cape Town, is where you can swim with colonies of Jackass penguins.

Rooibos/Redbush tea is naturally caffeine-free and is only found in the Cederberg, Western Cape.
The world’s largest bird, the ostrich, is found here.

The African elephant is the largest land mammal in the world. The African bush elephants can weigh up to 11 tons and live up to 70 years! South Africa is home to the tallest animal in the world, the giraffe. The Least Dwarf Shrew, the smallest mammal in the world, lives in South Africa. The world’s largest reptile, the Leatherback Turtle, is found in South African waters.

About 1/5 of the world’s gold comes from mines in South Africa.

South Africa’s tap water is considered to be the third-best and safest water in the world that is ready to drink.


Citizens of India require a visa to enter South Africa. If you are applying for a tourist visa from India, you will have to apply from any of the VFS visa application centers located in major cities. You must have a minimum of 6 months validity for your passport, Returned air ticket. Hotel vouchers & financial papers are required to obtain a visa. All the travelers are requested to check about yellow fever certificates before traveling.

Overseas medical insurance is advisable.

Do not take photos of government/military buildings or police stations,

Don’t Wander Around Unknown Areas. If you aren’t sure whether an area is considered to be safe or not, don’t risk wandering around. If you’re staying at a hotel, take their advice.

Do not ever “ Negro ‘ or black word as it is banned in South Africa as it is thought to be reflecting black slaves.

Do not touch someone’s arm or stand too close.

For female tourists: Do not walk alone on the street. It is not safe.

Tipping is customary— South Africa has a tipping culture, and common courtesy is to include at least 10% of your bill. This rule counts for restaurants, cafes, and even bars. It’s also polite to tip for services such as having your hair washed at a salon.

Remember that the animals you’ll see are wild and shouldn’t be fed or touched. Regardless of how harmless or cuddly they seem, remain in your vehicle at all times.

Mind the Sun: The South African sun is harsh, even for locals. Remember sunscreen and hats, especially if planning a beach holiday or hiking some of the countries scenic trails.

Don’t let your credit card out of your sight while using. Crime rates are very high in South Africa.

For safaris – Before you begin your guided game drive or walking tour, always remember that you are a guest in the animals’ territory, and respecting them and their space is imperative. If you are in a park or reserve that allows walking safaris, preferably have a guide accompany you. They know and understand both the area and the animals.

Refrain from imitating animal sounds, clapping your hands, smacking the vehicle, or throwing objects. Your guide will brief you on the importance of proximity to predators and large animals.
When you are out on a game drive, stay inside the vehicle and observe the animals quietly and with minimal disturbance to their natural activities. Talking loudly, standing upright on game drive vehicles, and sudden erratic movements can frighten or scare animals away.

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