Wake up in the largest city in South Africa, a modern day El Dorado due to the large gold deposits found there,. There you’ll find once notorious Soweto and also the birthplace of Nelson Mandela, now a museum. The city contains many attractions such as museums, parks, restaurants and shopping centres as well as being an important transport hub to other South African destinations such as Kruger National Park.

2h10m to Cape Town

5-10,Cape Town

Feel on top of the world as you stand at the summit of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. The city’s myriad attractions will keep you occupied for days if not weeks, but don’t miss the view from Bloubergstrand Beach, café culture at Camps Bay and an excursion along Chapman’s Peak Drive. The V and A Waterfront is the perfect place to unwind after a day sightseeing with plenty of restaurants and shops to choose from.

8h17m to Port Elizabeth

1h10m to Port Elizabeth

11-15,Port Elizabeth

Journey into one of the largest cities in South Africa situated in the Eastern Cape Province. With its subtropical climate, the area is pleasant to explore. You’ll enjoy local attractions such as the Campanile Bell Tower and Donkin Reserve Park with its pyramid and lighthouse. Port Elizabeth offers a good combination of natural and historical amenities.

0h54m to The Eastern Cape Game Areas

1h10m to Port Elizabeth

16-21,The Eastern Cape Game Areas

Visit a place brimming with flora and fauna. Offering some of the best game viewing South Africa has to offer, you’ll have the chance to spot the Big Five and then some.