South Africa Wine, Dine & Safari – Look no further!

South Africa has it all! Here is a travel plan that offers you natural beauty, wildlife, and culture. You will visit stunning Cape Town, known for its breathtaking landscapes, including Table Mountain and the beautiful beaches along the coastline. You get to enjoy this city’s diverse and delicious food and wine scene. For the perfect contrast, this trip moves you out into the wilderness. You get to visit the Kruger National Park, one of the most famous wildlife reserves in the world, offering you incredible views of South Africa’s natural beauty. This park is home to the Big Five (lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalos), making it one of the best places in Africa to see these animals in their natural habitat.

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Comfort, a true depth of experience, and a tailor-made trip, a perfect way to get what South Africa is all about! A travel plan made for you to experience the best of South Africa, as promised, culture, food, wine, and nature. This travel plan begins by exploring the vibrant city of Cape Town with a fully packed city tour, checking out historical sites like the Castle of Good Hope, the House of Parliament, the city quarters, and the naval base of Simons Town. A stroll through the Kirstenbosch gardens and checking out the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is also on your agenda, with a visit to table mountain being an unforgettable highlight. The vast ocean and endless views will be enjoyed with a visit to Sea Point and Camp’s Bay. Visit the Penguin colony at Boulders beach and enjoy a cruise to Seal Island to view seals and sea birds at Duiker Island. From above, you will see this city in all its glory, with a walk through the treetops to ensure spectacular views of this peninsula. The fun does not stop there. A full day enjoying Cape Winelands and visiting Stellenbosch and Franschhoek with wine tasting at the local wine estate are pearls to be enjoyed on this trip. Now to the wild part, this plan takes you to the one and only Kruger National Park, where you enjoy game drives in the early evening, check off the Big Five, and enjoy wonderful moments in these carefully chosen lodges.

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Day 1


Arrive at Cape Town International Airport and clear immigration and customs. Meet your driver and transfer to the hotel and enjoy.

Overnight Southern Sun Waterfront

Day 2


  • Breakfast at your hotel.
  • Your driver-guide will meet you at your hotel for a Cape Town City Tour.
  • Ascend Table Mountain for unforgettable sweeping views (weather permitting).
  • Return to the city and pass through the Malay Quarter.
  • Drive past the Castle of Good Hope, the Houses of Parliament, and the Company Gardens.
  • Travel to Sea Point and Camp’s Bay for scenic ocean vistas.
  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
  • The beautiful Kirstenbosch Gardens cover an area of 528 hectares with 36 hectares of cultivated garden.
    The gardens celebrate South African flora – showcasing only indigenous South African plants. Fynbos, proteas, cycads, and rolling lawns are intermingled with streams, ponds, and well-laid-out pathways for easy walking.
    Various birds inhabit the gardens, and the sweeping views from the upper slopes are spectacular.
    The Treetop Canopy Walkway gives visitors the opportunity to experience the forest from high above the ground. The galvanized steel structure meanders through trees and branches, with sections that crown above the forest.
  • Leisure time for local touring and shopping with vehicle and driver-guide at disposal until 17h30.
  • Drop off at your hotel.

Overnight at Southern Sun Waterfront (bed and breakfast)

Day 3


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
    Your driver-guide will collect you for a Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour at your hotel. Travel at a pace that allows you to explore the beauty of the Cape Peninsula.
  • Depart for the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve along one of South Africa’s most scenic routes, passing Hout Bay.
  • Enjoy a cruise to Seal Island to view seals and sea birds at Duiker Island (weather permitting). During summer, several thousand Cape Fur Seals and the rare Black Cormorant lollop are leisurely among the kelp beds.
  • Travel along Chapman’s Peak Drive (conditions permitting).
  • Continue to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The scenery en route to Cape Point, at the South Western tip of the reserve, is particularly lovely when wildflowers carpet the landscape in spring. The new lighthouse – the most powerful in the world – beams an electric light of 19 million candle power across the ocean. Ascend to the top of The Flying Dutchman funicular.
  • Visit the penguin colony at Boulders Beach.
  • Then drive through the historic naval base town of Simon’s Town.
  • Return to your hotel and spend the balance of the day at leisure.

Overnight at Southern Sun Waterfront (bed and breakfast)

Day 4


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Your driver-guide will collect you for a Full Day Cape Winelands Tour at your hotel.
  • Visit Stellenbosch. The heart of South Africa’s wine industry is a place of great beauty and culture steeped in South African tradition. The Stellenbosch wine route is arguably the country’s most famous, and the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin area includes 106 cellars. The heart of the town lies amidst the oak-lined Dorp Street. With its venerable old buildings, this is the University’s main thoroughfare, where modern student life sits side by side comfortably with our history and architectural heritage.
  • Wine tasting at the local wine estate
  • Travel via the Helshoogte Pass to Franschhoek
  • Visit Franschhoek. Franschhoek bills itself as South Africa’s Food and Wine Capital – a claim that’s easily demonstrated. Settled more than three hundred years ago by the French Huguenots, the Franschhoek Valley produces some of the World’s truly great wines, with spectacular vineyards covering the mountain slopes. The food culture has drawn some of South Africa’s truly great chefs – to the extent that eight of Franschhoek’s restaurant feature in the country’s ‘Top 100’. Here you can expect anything from light meals to world-class cuisine, with the chefs utilizing superb fresh produce from the surrounding valley (meals are not included and are for the client’s own account).
  • Drop off at the hotel.

Overnight at  L’Ermitage (Chateaux Suite) bed and breakfast 

Day 5


  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Day at leisure – no vehicle or driver guide included
  • Franschhoek Winetram day ticket included: Explore the Franschhoek Valley aboard the hop-on hop-off Franschhoek Wine Tram. Passengers aboard the hop-on hop-off tour will experience a unique and leisurely way to see the Franschhoek Valley as they journey through rolling vineyards in an open-side tram and open-air tram bus stopping in at some of South Africa’s oldest and most distinguished wine estates. The experience takes passengers right into the heart of the Franschhoek Valley, with a narration focusing on the history of Franschhoek and wine cultivation in the valley, one complimentary wine tasting, and unparalleled views of the valley and vineyards.

Overnight at L’Ermitage (Chateaux Suite) bed and breakfast  

Day 6


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Your driver will meet you for your transfer to CPT airport for a flight to the greater Kruger area.
    Note: The cost of the flight is NOT included in the cost
    The flight required: CPT/HDS (Hoedspruit) or CPT/SZK (Skukuza)
    Arrive at HDS or SZK airport, where you’ll be met by your driver and transferred to your safari lodge in the Kruger National Park. The transfer is done in a closed air-conditioned vehicle on sharing basis with other guests staying at Imbali and arriving on the same flight. Imbali operates the transfer, and they could change the vehicle to open a 4×4 safari vehicle ex SZK at their discretion. A shared transfer is subject to availability. An additional charge will apply if a private transfer needs to be arranged.
  • Lunch is served at the lodge upon arrival (arrival time).
  • The afternoon game drive may continue into the early evening to view the nocturnal animals.
    Note: All safari drives are shared with other guests staying at the lodge. Lodges usually allocate between 6 & 10 pax per safari vehicle. This is the norm and standard at most lodges.
  • Dinner is served at the lodge.

Overnight at Imbali Safari Lodge (Dinner)

Days 7 & 8


  • Early morning wake-up call.
  • After tea, coffee, and snacks, your ranger will escort you to his open safari vehicle for your morning game drive.
  • Return to the lodge and enjoy breakfast.
  • Spend the day at leisure.
  • Lunch is served at the lodge.
  • Afternoon game drive that continues into the evening.
  • Dinner is served at the lodge.

Overnight at Imbali Safari Lodge (Full Board)

Day 9


  • Early morning wake-up call.
  • After tea, coffee, and snacks, your ranger escorts you to his open safari vehicle for your morning game drive. Breakfast is served at the lodge.
  • Transfer to the local airport for flight to JNB to connect with onward connection home.
    Note: Flights are not included in the cost
    Refer to notes on day six on the applicable airport, mode of transport, and details of transfer basis. Arrive at JNB and proceed to the international terminal.

Cape Town, ZA
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You should consider traveling to Cape Town and the Kruger National Park for several reasons.

  • Well-composed travel plan filled with activities that are spaced out well. 
  • Time efficient way to see South Africa. You get to wine, dine, and safari. 
  • Lovely lodges and accommodations ensure comfort and a great experience.

The natural beauty of South Africa is worth visiting. Cape Town is known for its stunning landscapes, including Table Mountain and the beautiful beaches along the coastline. We have created a travel plan so that you get to see the best historical and cultural spots in Cape Town with a city tour, ascending Table Mountain, checking out the Malay Quarter, driving by the Castle of Good Hope, the Houses of Parliament, Chapmans Peak Drive, Simon’s Town, and the Company Gardens and much more. You can stroll in the Kirstenbosch Gardens and travel to Sea Point and Camp’s Bay for stunning sea views. We organize a treetop canopy walk and plenty of leisure time at your disposal. You will also get to visit the Penguin colony at Boulders beach. As you can tell, we have carefully placed in the best Cape Town offers while allowing you the time to soak it in. Wine tasting and visiting the Cape Winelands are also on the menu, as well as visiting Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa, spanning over 2 million hectares of land. The park is home to over 500 bird species, 150 mammal species, and various reptiles, making it an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts. This park has a long history of conservation efforts, including anti-poaching patrols and research programs aimed at preserving the park’s wildlife and ecosystems. Furthermore, the Kruger is home to the indigenous Ndebele people, with a rich cultural heritage that visitors can explore. The park’s landscapes are breathtaking, featuring rugged mountains, rolling grasslands, and picturesque rivers that provide visitors with stunning views.

Is it safe to visit South Africa?

Safety is a top priority for us. With proper precautions and awareness, Cape Town and the Kruger National Park can be safe and enjoyable destinations for travelers. It’s always a good idea to stay informed about the latest safety information and to follow the advice of local authorities and travel experts. If you have any concerns, please get in touch with us at, and we will answer any query that you may have. In Cape Town, the main safety concerns are related to petty crime, such as pickpocketing and theft, especially in crowded areas and tourist sites. Visitors are advised to be aware of their surroundings, keep an eye on their belongings, and avoid walking alone at night. In the Kruger National Park, visitors are advised to be aware of the wildlife and to follow the park’s rules and guidelines. It’s important to stay in designated areas and never to approach or disturb the animals, as this can be dangerous.

What should I wear on safari?

When visiting the Kruger National Park, it’s important to dress appropriately for both comfort and practicality. Here are some tips on what to wear. Comfortable, breathable clothing: South Africa’s climate is generally warm, so it’s important to wear lightweight and breathable clothing that will keep you cool and comfortable during game drives. Loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts and pants made of lightweight, breathable fabrics like cotton or linen are good choices. Neutral-colored clothing: When on safari, it’s best to wear neutral-colored clothing like beige, khaki, or green. Bright colors or patterns can make it more difficult to observe wildlife without disturbing them. Closed-toe shoes: It’s important to wear sturdy, comfortable, closed-toe shoes that provide good support for walking and hiking. Sneakers or hiking boots are a good choice. Hat and sunglasses: A wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses will provide shade and protection from the sun during game drives. Layering: South Africa’s climate can vary from hot and sunny during the day to cool and windy at night, so it’s important to dress in layers that can be easily added or removed. Insect repellent: Mosquitoes and other insects can be present in some areas of the Kruger National Park, so it’s important to apply insect repellent and wear long-sleeved shirts and pants in the evenings.

Can we fly direct from Cape Town to Kruger National Park?

Yes, approx. 1-hour flights are available for booking. Please ensure you make the booking in advance. Please get in touch with us at to book your domestic flight from Cape Town to the Kruger National Park.

When is the perfect time of year to visit wine farms in South Africa?

The grape harvest season in South Africa runs from January to April, and this is a great time to visit wine farms if you want to see the winemaking process in action. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in grape picking, crushing, and other winemaking activities. The winter season in South Africa runs from June to August, and this is a good time to visit wine farms if you’re interested in wine tasting and touring the wine cellars. The weather is cooler, and the vineyards are more dormant during this time, but the wine farms still offer tours and tastings. The spring season in South Africa runs from September to November, and this is a great time to visit wine farms if you’re interested in the beauty of the vineyards in bloom. The weather is mild, and the vineyards are lush and green, making for some great photo opportunities. The summer season in South Africa runs from December to February, and this is a good time to visit wine farms if you’re interested in outdoor activities like picnics, hikes, and bike tours. The weather is warm and sunny, and many wine farms offer outdoor events and activities during this time.

When should I visit the Kruger National Park?

The Dry season is between May to September. This is the best time for game viewing in the Kruger National Park as the vegetation is less dense, and the animals are easier to spot around the water sources. The weather is mild and dry, with cooler temperatures at night. The Wet season is between October to April. This is a good time to visit if you want to see the park’s lush vegetation and birdlife. The landscape is green and vibrant, and many migratory birds arrive during this time. However, it can be more challenging to spot animals as they disperse in search of food and water. The wet season is also the hottest and most humid time of year, with regular afternoon thunderstorms.

What language do the guides speak?

The safari guides speak English. 

Are we safe using open-roofed vehicles?

Yes, using an open-roofed safari vehicle while in the Kruger National Park is generally safe. The vehicles used for safari tours in the park are specially designed for game viewing and are equipped with safety features to ensure the safety of passengers. That being said, it’s important always to follow the park’s rules and guidelines for safari tours and any instructions your tour guide gives. These may include staying seated while the vehicle is in motion, not approaching animals too closely, and keeping quiet to avoid disturbing the wildlife. It’s also important to be aware of the potential dangers of wild animals and never get out of the vehicle unless instructed by your guide, as this could be extremely dangerous.

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Included in the price:

  • 24-HOUR ASSISTANCE HELPLINE. All clients are provided with a 24-hour contact telephone number for assistance.
  • ACCOMMODATION at the hotels, game lodges, or rest camps specified in the itinerary, on the basis of two persons sharing a twin-bedded/double-bedded room with en suite bathroom or shower and toilet.
  • MEALS as indicated in the itinerary for each day, either table d’hôte or buffet.
  • TRANSPORTATION in a 7-seater with a qualified driver for all journeys specified in the itinerary. All drivers have cellular/handphones to ensure 24-hour contact and the best logistical support available. During Game Drives at Kruger National Park, open four-wheel drive vehicles will be used for transfers and game viewing.
  • ENGLISH SPEAKING TOURIST DRIVER-GUIDE, who will accompany the passengers on all local sightseeing excursions as specified: CPT-based driver-guide on days 2-4.
  • ENTRANCE FEES, where applicable, for all sightseeing excursions as specified.
  • VALUE ADDED TAX at 15%, where applicable.

Excluded from the price:

  • Airfares and airport taxes.
  • Items of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages, etc.
  • Bottled/Mineral Water during any meal. Tap water in South Africa is considered safe to drink.
  • Gratuities to tour guides, game rangers, drivers, and restaurant staff for services rendered.
  • Local tourist guides were not specified above.
  • Any Golfing related fees.
  • Mineral water on coaches & microbuses. Available at an additional charge
  • Visa costs (please check requirements for the countries being visited prior to travel).
  • Any other services not specified above.
  • Porterage at airports and hotels.
  • All COVID-19 testing (PCR/Antigen etc.) and all costs associated with PCR tests for international travel.

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