SA5 SOUTH AFRICA & NAMIBIASEARCH TOUR
Kruger Park safari; Kingdom of Swaziland: Switzerland of Africa; Table Mountain Cable Way; Robben Island Museum; The Namib, world's oldest desert; Rugged Skeleton Coast; Etosha: Africa's undiscovered wildlife gem
Dates & Prices
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Wed 22 Jul 2015||Sat 15 Aug 2015||$7990|
|Tue 08 Sep 2015||Fri 02 Oct 2015||$8000$7660||Discounted|
|Sat 17 Oct 2015||Tue 10 Nov 2015||$8000$7660||Discounted|
|Wed 20 Jul 2016||Sat 13 Aug 2016||$7990|
|Tue 06 Sep 2016||Fri 30 Sep 2016||$7990|
|Sat 15 Oct 2016||Tue 08 Nov 2016||$7990|
Optional Single Supplement: $1590 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $790, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
We will be touching down in the capital of South Africa -- Johannesburg -- and traces of its history stand out at every turn of the corner. The area is
still brimming with reminders of the colonial era; a period that saw
immense growth upon the discovery of gold in the area. Seeing examples of European influence as we pass through the many Gold Rush towns, such as the traditional Cape Dutch architecture of Stellenbosch or the many wineries of the surrounding area, is not restricted to South Africa; as soon as we arrive in Windhoek, Namibia, we instantly realize it has a distinctly German feel to it. Namibia offers more than an intricate history; it offers an immense track of land shining in full beauty. Covering a record 5000 square kilometres, Naukluft National Park is the largest conservational area in the world and we will feel the simple pleasure of having sand beneath our bare feet as we climb the famous Sossusylei sand dunes, which also hold world records for their size.
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