The Panorama Route is a magical track that leads through the striking mountain range of the Northern Drakensburg and along the Blyde River Canyon , offering those who travel with us some of the most memory-grabbing views of a lifetime. We visit some scenic landmarks along the route include the Blyde River Canyon (the third largest of its kind in the world), God's Window, Wonder View, the Pinnacle, Bourke's Luck Potholes (created by centuries of water erosion), and the Three Rondavels, while plenty of waterfalls grace the area, such as Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls, and Mac Mac Falls
Our Potpourri tour is very popular with first time guests wanting to taste a representative cross section of Stellenbosch wines. It’s also practical for groups with a variety of tastes. We visit some of the youngest and oldest wine estates in the area as well as those in between.
This awe-inspiring tour to the towering headland known as Cape Point encompasses magnificent beaches, breathtaking views, and picturesque coastal villages. The Cape Peninsula is one of the world’s most scenic areas and stretches from the City centre to Cape Point.
Through the ages, the great white shark has stirred up emotions of fear and fascination. Join this expedition into the noble savages world. You could get close and personal in the cage or enjoy the experience from the deck of the boat operating from Gansbaai Harbour.
This day experience offers visitors a complete wildlife experience. The Amakhala Private Game Reserve offers a product aimed at providing visitors with an experience of the diverse wildlife and landscape.
Cape Town, the Mother City, is a beautiful place steeped with history. This half-day tour will take you to all of the major points of interest and landmarks you need to see for your visit to be complete.
An exhilarating river adventure experience in small groups. Safety standards are held paramount as you're guided through a beautiful river gorge on foot by means of swimming, jumping, sliding and hiking. This trip is suitable for beginners and the faint of heart as the jumps and slides are optional. These range from 1,5 m to 12m in height, according to your preference. Beginners get the opportunity to learn and practice good technique, which promotes safety and confidence. The brave are also offered worthy challenges. Photos are included in the price.
Situated below Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head, Cape Town offers a rich cultural and industrial heritage, grand splendour and an assurance of activity of excitement at the V&A Waterfront. Including all the `must-sees` of any Cape Town day tour, this option is a geographical and cultural extravaganza, showing you Cape Town, from its historical beginnings to the dazzling modern shopping malls of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
Founded by prospectors in the 1800's, Johannesburg is the economic hub of South Africa. Drive through the Rainbow Nation's financial capital taking in the Banking district, the Magistrate's Court and the Supreme Court. Visit the "top of Africa" at the Carlton Centre before heading to Museum Africa.
A tour dedicated to the discovery of the cultural and historical contrasts of this cosmopolitan city where east meets west. We drive along Durban's distinctive beachfront, the Golden Mile, past the art-deco buildings and Ushaka Marine World to The Point at the harbour entrance.
Feel the pulsating rhythm of mysterious and magical Africa as you re-live the excitement and romance of the days of Shaka, King of the Zulus. Enjoy a two-hour drive along the Dolphin Coast to the rural Zululand area. Participate and experience a cultural programme of Zulu traditions which includes spear making, hut building, pottery and weaving. You will be enthralled and dazzled by the spectacular Zulu dance show and enjoy a taste of Zulu beer.
This is a tour of complete scenery, culture and game all rolled into one tour. Drive through Hillcrest which is one of the up-market suburbs of KwaZulu Natal to a Zulu Village located in the Valley of 1000 Hills. You will be taken into traditional beehive shaped thatched huts, where the various artefacts, beliefs and rituals are explained, providing insight into the fascinating Zulu culture.
Enjoy a full day of game viewing in a 96’000 hectare wildlife sanctuary for the opportunity of spotting animals including the Big Five. The Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve is renowned for its conservation efforts in saving the white rhino from extinction.
August to November is usually the best time to see the Southern Right Whale in our waters. Walker Bay’s Hermanus is an ideal place for whale watching. These mammals, which often come as close as 50 meters from the shore, are given to displays of breaching, spyhopping and courtship rituals.
Visit the heart of the Cape Winelands in a special way, starting off with 1,5hr horse-back or quad-biking trail which offer panoramic views of the Wellington, the Drakenstein Mountains and over the Rhebokskloof Wine Estate in Paarl. This is followed by a tasting before continuing to Franschhoek – the culinary capital of the Cape. It is therefore only fitting that you enjoy lunch here after the second wine tasting of the day at Haute Cabriere. Time is made available to imbibe the charming atmosphere of the French colonial town before ending the day with a tasting at Blaauwklippen Wine Estate on the Stellenbosch wine route.
This tour encapsulates the best that the Cape has to offer – magnificent beaches, breathtaking views, historic & picturesque coastal villages, superb mountain ranges, vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads are to be seen along the way.