Wine Dine and Zipline in South Africa - Detour Mini Adventure(Twin Share Room,Start Cape Town, End Cape Town)
Whether you're a wine lover, foodie or just love spectacular scenery, this adventure brings you the best of South Africa's cultural and natural...
Travel Dates: From 15/10/2021 to 05/12/2021
South Africa boasts famed national parks, fascinating cultural attractions and scenic coastal beauty. From the majestic wildlife of Kruger National Park to the vibrant nightlife of Cape Town, this dynamic country rewards travellers with a wealth of experiences. A great way to explore this incredible destination is by signing up for a guided tour. There are a range of great tours around South Africa that are sure to appeal to all tastes and budgets.
Don't miss these South Africa attractions
- Jane Goodall Institute of South Africa
- Johannesburg city tours
- Kruger National Park camping safaris
- Cape Town jazz club tours
- Overnight in the Western Cape
The long and the short of it
South Africa offers a slew of lively cities, each one highlighting different aspects of a rich culture, history and landscape. Travellers have the option of selecting an extended South African tour that showcases the best of the country or shorter individual tours that focus on an individual aspect of the nation.
No matter where you decide to spend your time, city tours provide a great introduction. Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban and Pretoria all feature interesting landmarks that deserve exploration. Guided walking tours are a great way to gain local insight. Or, for something a bit different, you may want to consider a helicopter tour.
Choose your own adventure
A variety of tours can be taken that encompass sea, city and everything in between. Tour via coach around the coast and enjoy the array of locally produced wines and fine dining in Stellenbosch region. Alternatively, treat yourself by boarding the Shongololo Express.
It would be remiss to visit South Africa without taking a safari tour. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of the largest reserves remaining in Africa. On the other hand, bring your binoculars to spot the ‘big five’ including the elephant, rhino, leopard, lion and buffalo on a guided safari of the Kruger National Park.