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A Taste of South Africa

South Africa

10 days from $9,895 per person

* Prices are in US dollars, based on double occupancy.

3 nights Cape Town 3 nights Franschhoek 3 nights Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

Enjoy cosmopolitan culture and gourmet cuisine on this culinary adventure through South Africa. On this delectable journey, you'll meet bakers, grocers and fine food purveyors, as you taste your way through delightful farmers’ markets in "The Mother City." Enjoy award-winning, world class wines in breathtaking valleys, then top it all off, with an exhilarating safari at the renowned Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. Please see our Terms And Conditions for additional information regarding this tour.


*All prices are in US Dollars per person based on double occupancy accommodations unless otherwise stated. Package is subject to availability, may change without notice, blackouts, peak period surcharges, cancellation charges and other restrictions may apply. A 50% non-refundable deposit is due at the time of booking to confirm program. Final payment is due 100 days prior to departure. Once final payment is received, the program is non-refundable. To protect your investment, trip cancellation insurance is available at an additional cost. For additional Terms & Conditions please contact one of our safari specialists. CST # 2071444-20.


Explore the oldest wine regions of Stellenbosch and Constantia, the beautiful wine valley of Franschhoek, and the elevated heaven and earth wine estates of Hermanus.

Discover vibrant Cape Town, one of the best food cities in the world. Enjoy world class cuisine and delight in the Mother City's exploding food scene.

Experience the rhythm of Africa on close wildlife encounters in the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, your "luxury home in the bush."

Enjoy understated elegance at the boutique Leeu House in the heart of Franschhoek village, the food and wine capital of South Africa.


1. Queen Victoria Hotel

South Africa, Cape Town

Set in a heritage quarter within the V&A Waterfront, the Queen Victoria Hotel gives you a sense of being within the Waterfront’s vicinity but removed from the frenetic pace of it. Luxury and sophistication emanates throughout the hotel. The attention to detail is something to behold, from customized wallpaper designed with a cameo portrait of Queen Victoria, to the hotel’s very own designer fragrance. This same glamourous sophistication is carried through to each of the individually designed bedrooms, which feature high-tech amenities. Dash, restaurant offers patrons an elegant yet relaxed dining experience. Guest can also dine at Ginja Restaurant at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel, which incorporates a blend of artisanal and wholesome dining options. Additional amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, laundry and valet services, a designer spa, a state-of-the art gym with personal trainer, and pool. The Manor House which has four separate and private exclusive suites is annexed to the Queen Victoria Hotel.

2. Leeu House

South Africa, Franschhoek

Leeu House is a boutique hotel in the heart of Franschhoek, offering comfort and luxury that combines the tranquil feel of a country guesthouse with vibrant village life. The individually styled bedrooms feature comfortable beds with high quality linen, contributing to the relaxed yet sophisticated feel. The bathrooms have marble floors, double vanity tops, free-standing baths and/or generous showers, underfloor heating and heated towel rails. The Conservatory has an all-day dining menu and offers light meals with a focus on local produce. The Leeu Collection offers several dining options to relax and linger over a tasty dish or two. Marigold on Heritage Square is the first Indian restaurant in the village, while the Dining Room at Leeu Estate, encourages long, leisurely meals, best paired with a fine South African vintage from the cellar. All Leeu House guests have full access to the world-class facilities and spectacular grounds at her sister property Leeu Estates a five-minute drive away.

3. Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp

South Africa, Kruger Private Reserve

Nestled in the shade of indigenous riverine trees on the banks of the Msuthlu River is the jewel of the South African bushveld, Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp.  This intimate and secluded safari getaway boasts a beautiful setting, excellent cuisine and abundant wildlife. The suites are decorated in contemporary African design, complete with luxury furnishings, thatched roofs, romantic mosquito nets draped over comfortable beds with a beautiful wooden finish.  Each air-conditioned suite has a private viewing deck and heated spa bath overlooking the riverbed, ensuite bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, minibars, and safes. Relax in the lounge area or the pool after an afternoon game drive followed by a delicious dinner under lit trees, a wonderful experience loved by all.  


Day 1. Arrive Cape Town, South Africa

After a warm welcome by our African Travel, Inc. representative you will be whisked away to your hotel, ideally located in the lively Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Settle into South Africa time at Dash Bar, named after Queen Victoria's favorite pet.

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 2. Cape Town

Embark on a day of discovering the “The Fairest Cape.” The morning starts with a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain, then cruise along the pristine coastline, relishing the breathtaking views along legendary Chapman's Peak. Visit the endearing African penguin colony at Boulders Beach. (B)

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 3. Cape Town

This morning we visit some of Cape Town’s amazing farmers' markets with a specialist food guide. Meet specialty traders, fine-food purveyors, bakers, organic gardeners and grocers. Continue to Constantia Valley, the oldest wine producing region in the southern hemisphere. The area is steeped in history and is home to award-winning wine farms and some of the best restaurants in the Cape. (B)

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 4. Cape Town / Franschhoek

Leave behind the lively city and venture into the Winelands. Taste your way through the historic town of Stellenbosch on a guided walk. Visit Babylonstoren, one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms, for wine tasting and a tour of the garden. Laid out over 8 acres, the garden is at the heart of the farm, and each of the 300 plant varieties is edible or has a medicinal value. Round off the day with an olive oil tasting at Tokara Wine Estate, set on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountain. (BL)

Leeu House


Day 5. Franschhoek

Enjoy the day at leisure in Franschhoek, one of the world’s top food and wine destinations. There are 52 wine farms and 48 restaurants that call the valley home and give visitors a taste of the culture, history and passion that have come together here. The village has something for everyone. (B)

Leeu House


Day 6. Franschhoek

Just a short distance from the coastal village of Hermanus, a picture-perfect drive brings you to the elevated wine estates of the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. Meaning “heaven and earth”, the hills that embrace the valley seem to touch the sky. Home to award-winning boutique estates, the region is especially known for its Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. (BL)

Leeu House


Day 7. Franschhoek / Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

After a delicious breakfast, bid adieu to Franschhoek - you’re off to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve! Adjacent to Kruger National Park, this renowned reserve offers an extraordinary safari experience. A kaleidoscope of wildlife is at your fingertips, including the coveted "Big Five." There are no fences between Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, so wildlife roams freely in this epic natural environment. (BLD)

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp


Day 8. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

Twice-daily game drives provide plenty of opportunities to witness the plethora of local wildlife. Safari connoisseurs often choose Sabi Sand Game Reserve as it offers one of the highest densities of wildlife per hectare. More than 200 different species coexist in abundance, including Africa’s most elusive and distinguished predator - the leopard. (BLD)

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp


Day 9. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve

Another day of exploration awaits with morning and late afternoon game drives, the latter extending into the twilight in an effort to showcase the fascinating nocturnal creatures and the lions on the hunt. Witness a magnificent African sunset while sipping a sundowner somewhere in the bush before celebrating with a communal dinner back at the lodge. (BLD)

Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp


Day 10. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve / Depart

Venture on one last early morning game drive, a bittersweet farewell. Breakfast is included before your transfer to the airport for your flight to Johannesburg airport for your onward arrangements. (B)



Land Arrangements (Price per person)

Departure Dates Apr 1, 2019 - Apr 30, 2019
Share Twin/Double From $10,095
Single Room Supplement From $2,695
Departure Dates May 1, 2019 - Aug 31, 2019
Share Twin/Double From $9,895
Single Room Supplement From $2,495
Departure Dates Sep 1, 2019 - Sep 30, 2019
Share Twin/Double From $10,195
Single Room Supplement From $2,795
Departure Dates Oct 1, 2019 - Oct 31, 2019
Share Twin/Double From $10,295
Single Room Supplement From $2,895
Departure Dates Nov 1, 2019 - Dec 19, 2019
Share Twin/Double From $10,395
Single Room Supplement From $2,995

**Surcharges Apply Dec 20 - Jan 10, Feb 1 - 14.

Air Arrangements (Internal Airfare)

Cape Town - Kruger - Johannesburg

Economy $700

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