Incentives – Cape Town & Kruger Park

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Day 1
Day 1

Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, your Guide will be waiting to assist you to the awaiting vehicle for your transfer to hotel.

Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa, after Johannesburg and the provincial capital and primate city of Western Cape. As the seat of the National Parliament, it is also the legislative capital of the country. It forms part of the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality. The city is famous for its harbor, for its natural setting in the Cape Floral Kingdom, as well as such well-known landmarks as Table Mountain and Cape of Good Hope.

Welcome dinner to be served at your hotel restaurant.

Day 2
Day 2

HALF DAY CITY TOUR INCLUDING TABLE MOUNTAIN

Cape Town is rich in historical and cultural heritage and natural beauty. Some of the highlights on this tour will stopping at the Company Gardens and visit the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest building in South Africa build by European settlers.

Next stop – Table Mountain (weather dependent). The five minute ascent to the top of Table Mountain offers a 360* view of Cape Town, the ocean and the neighboring peaks. At the top visitors enjoy spectacular views and peaceful feeling of being over one thousand meters above the city below. The area at top of the mountain is surprisingly large so leave enough time to stroll along the parts, enjoy the viewing platforms and soak up the vistas. This area is also a World Heritage Site.

The rest of the afternoon at leisure to do some shopping in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront shopping center.

Lunch at V&A waterfront (To be advised)

Return to your hotel to relax

19:30 Dinner to be enjoyed at the local restaurant ( to be advised )

After dinner transfer to the hotel

Day 3
Day 3

FULL DAY CAPE PENINSULA TOUR

This day we explore Cape Peninsula via Atlantic Seaboard and pass by coastal suburbs of Green Point, Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno to Hout Bay where we enjoy a cruise to Duiker Island to see fur seals.

From here, we pass over Chapman’s Peak with breath taking views of the Atlantic Ocean.

(Please see our offers at our Adventure tours -Round the Cape of Storms in a powerboat for a truly unique way to appreciate the stunning views and rugged, dramatic beauty of Cape Point)

We arrive at the Cape Point Nature Reserve. This point has been the treacherous site of many ship wreck and offers some of the most spectacular views of False Bay and Cape of Good Hope, situated at the junction of two of earth’s most contrasting water masses – the cold Benguela current on the West Coast and the warm Agulhas current on the East Coast. Travel to the top via the Flying Dutchman – Cape Point funicular.

Lunch at Two Oceans or Seaforth restaurant

On route to Boulders Beach we visit Cape Point Ostrich Farm.

Next stop – Boulders Penguin Colony in Simons Town is home to a unique and endangered land-based colony of African Penguins. This colony is one of only a few in the world, and the site has become famous and a popular international tourist destination.

(We can offer to paddle to view penguins. as you weave your way through the rocky pools and outcrops around Boulders Beach. See in our Adventure tours)

We end the day off with a visit to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. Acclaimed as one of the grate botanical gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch lies in the heart of the Cape Floristic Region and it is the first botanic garden in the world to be included within a natural World Heritage Site.

19:30 -Gala dinner at the GOLD restaurant

Day 4
Day 4

KRUGER NATIONAL PARK AND PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

Make your way through to the foyer of the hotel, where your guide will be waiting to escort you to the awaiting vehicle for your transfer to Cape Town International Airport, flight to Hoedspruit. On arrival meet and greet by company representative and transfer to Game Reserve.

Lunch on arrival at the Game reserve

The Kruger National Park should be on everybody‘s bucket list. The Kruger National Park enjoys a great year-round sunny climate and offers all kinds of activities, from guided game drives and bush walks with an armed ranger to trail walks in deep wilderness areas. It is not only about the Big Five, but thousands of other animals. There are so many different kinds of antelope – your head will spin, fat crocodiles sunning themselves on sandbanks, hyenas mooching along, and, if you are very lucky, a pack of wild dogs on the prowl.

There are a number of private game reserves situated on the western and southern sides of the Kruger National Park. These offer day and night guided tours by experienced game-rangers in open Land Rovers. Most of these reserves offer luxury accommodation.

16h00 Evening game drive.

Enjoy your evening at the lodge.

Day 5
Day 5

TYPICAL DAY ON AFRICAN SAFARI

05h00 Wake up! …it’s early start.

05h30 Meet your ranger and tracker for early morning tea and coffee before heading out on safari, typically on open 4×4 safari vehicles. The best game viewing is to be found first thing in the morning and the anticipation is half the excitement!
09h30 Safari vehicles start returning from the game drives and you can enjoy a sumptuous and well-earned breakfast.

13h00 A delicious lunch is served. After lunch there is more time to relax and soak up the splendor of your surrounds.

16h00 Guests and rangers meet for afternoon tea before the evening. Game Drive.

16h30 You will heat out on your second Game Drive for the day with a majestic African sunset as the backdrop. The animals become more active again and the nocturnal animals get ready for their hunting.

18h00 As the sun sets the ranger will pick a good spot for a sundowner where you will pause to watch the sunset and enjoy some cocktails and refreshments.

18h30 as it starts to get dark the animals eyes reflect in the spot light and ranger and tracker will concentrate on finding the nocturnal animals such as Leopards and sunset hunters such as Lions.

19h30 A chance of freshen up before dinner.

20h00 Dinner time. Special Boma dinner under african sky.
And finally you get to retire to your suite for some peaceful sleep befor the next exciting day!

Day 6
Day 6

TYPICAL DAY ON AFRICAN SAFARI

05h00 Wake up! …it’s early start.

05h30 Meet your ranger and tracker for early morning tea and coffee before heading out on safari, typically on open 4×4 safari vehicles. The best game viewing is to be found first thing in the morning and the anticipation is half the excitement!
09h30 Safari vehicles start returning from the game drives and you can enjoy a sumptuous and well-earned breakfast.

13h00 A delicious lunch is served. After lunch there is more time to relax and soak up the splendor of your surrounds.

16h00 Guests and rangers meet for afternoon tea before the evening. Game Drive.

16h30 You will heat out on your second Game Drive for the day with a majestic African sunset as the backdrop. The animals become more active again and the nocturnal animals get ready for their hunting.

18h00 As the sun sets the ranger will pick a good spot for a sundowner where you will pause to watch the sunset and enjoy some cocktails and refreshments.

18h30 as it starts to get dark the animals eyes reflect in the spot light and ranger and tracker will concentrate on finding the nocturnal animals such as Leopards and sunset hunters such as Lions.

19h30 A chance of freshen up before dinner.

20h00 Dinner time.
And finally you get to retire to your suite for some peaceful sleep befor the next exciting day!

Day 7
Day 7

THE PANORAMA TOUR

Breakfast at the lodge. Check out from the lodge.
Departure to Johannesburg via The Panorama.

Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve lies to the north of Graskop and is a narrow strip, which runs for approximately 57 km along the Drakensberg wonders of Southern Africa, the Blyde River Canyon, which is 60 km long and is the third largest canyon in the world. Unlike the Fish River Canyon in Namibia and the Grand Canyon in America, it is filled with lush vegetation and wildlife. There are a number of viewpoints along the edge of the escarpment offering excellent views of the Canyon and the river 600 m below.

Bourke’s Luck Potholes were named after Tom Bourke who discovered gold here at the confluence of the Treur and Blyde rivers. The potholes are deep cylindrical holes formed by the action of the sand and rock carried down by the rivers when in flood.

Stopping for lunch at Piligrim Rest – a charming relic of the gold-rush. The town is now a “living museum”

God’s Window, on the edge of the escarpment, offers magnificent views across the Blyde River Canyon and the Lowveld.

The Berlin Falls can be reached by means of a path along the river where the water from the Berlin Creek fells 150 m into a large pool. The Lisbon Falls are at the point where the Blyde River splits and large pools are formed before the water cascades over the sheer cliff to a pool 92 m below.

18h00 Arriving in Johannesburg.

Accommodation at hotel of your choice.

Dinner at the hotel restaurant

Overnight at the hotel.

Day 8
Day 8

Breakfast at the hotel.
Morning to relax and do some shopping at Sandton City (free shuttle is provided at the hotel).
Transfer to the airport and departure home.

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