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Kruger to Cape Town

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Activities

    4WD Tour, Adventure

  • Price
    $4000 USD per person
  • Duration

    21 Days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    Johannesburg

  • Price Includes

    Vehicle hire and travel costs - All entry fees to parks and attractions - Some breakfasts where included in accommodation - All accommodation - Travelling snacks (fruit, snack bars, bottled water, cold drinks) - Morning coffee and rusks - A light breakfast (only when visiting the game parks. (yoghurt, cereal, unless otherwise decided) - 4 Picnics (2)/Breakfasts (2) in the game parks. (I will keep the when and where as a surprise) - Welcome pack.

  • Notes

    2 - 8 Participants Optimum - Price is Per Person for up to 2 People - Route and Accomodations Subject to Change Based on Availability - Early booking is essential (2 - 3 months, advisable); Kruger National Park, Cape Vidal and certain accommodations in these areas are booked months ahead. While there are almost always alternatives, it affects the dynamics a little, but it all works out. Other tours are available subject to quotation and whether logistically viable.

Highlights

  • Kruger National Park, the Panorama Route, Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Reserve, Garden Route, Little Karoo
  • In Cape Town - Table Mountain, Wine Route and Cape of Good Hope

Guide

Trip Info

We offer an adventure tour through iconic South African destinations that we are renowned for, but with as much as possible in between. Kruger National Park, the Panorama Route, Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Reserve, Garden Route, Little Karoo and of course Cape Town. Cape Town has many attractions mainly Table Mountain, Wine Route and Cape of Good Hope! The places in between also offer exciting attractions. I try and showcase more than what South Africa is known for by giving insights into local history, folklore and places not often on the general tourist map that are genuinely worth a visit. Here local site guides give great insightful tours.

We try to buy food and supplies as we go and I prepare the meals and dinners as we go! Most people really love this, it is cheaper and adds a lot to the experience – preparing food together. As we move out of the real wilderness areas toward Cape Town we rely more on restaurants for meals as the environment is not as conducive to self catering as it was.

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