|Cape Town Sightseeing|
|Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour
Depart on a full day Cape Peninsula tour to experience some of the most spectacular views. Drive to Cape Point at the southwestern tip of the Cape Peninsula, passing steep mountains, secluded coves, and sweeping beaches en route. After a stop at the fishing village of Hout Bay, one of Cape Towns best-kept secrets, continue to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, comprising over 17,300 acres of indigenous flora and fauna, where you may see baboons by the road-side, rheboks, Cape Mountain zebras, bonteboks and the elusive eland. The native plant life, known as fynbos, forms one of only six floral kingdoms in the world. Following the coastline along False Bay, return to Cape Town by way of Simons Town. Here, visit the penguin colonies at Boulders Beach, and continue with a scenic drive over Muizenberg Mountain. Lastly, visit the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, resting at the foot of Table Mountain, for a short walking tour of the beautiful gardens before finally returning to Cape Town. Approximate tour duration is 8 hours
|Full Day Great White Shark Cage Diving
Join a thrilling full day excursion to "Shark Alley" to experience great white shark cage diving. Early this morning depart Cape Town and head east to the coastal fishing town of Gansbaai. Upon arrival, the crew of your expedition boat will review the days activities, safety etiquette and provide fascinating insight to these marine predators. Enjoy a light breakfast before boarding your boat and heading out into the open waters between Geyser Rock and Dyer Islander where great white hunt for seals and penguins. Outfitted with a wetsuit, lifejacket and snorkeling mask, climb through the top of the cage secured to the boat. You will take turns with your fellow divers watching these predators under water and from the comfort of the ship deck. Return to the port in the early afternoon where you will be greeted with a hot bowl of soup and bread. Relax as the marine biologist recaps your adventure and answers any remaining questions before your return to Cape Town. *Departure from the hotel will be approximately 5:00 am and the drive from Cape Town to Gansbaai is approximately 2.5 hours (one way). The boat will be launched around 9:00 am and the boat trip will last between 3-5 hours depending on the weather and sea conditions. Shower facilities will be available after the ship returns from the dive. The return transfer to Cape Town will be at approximately 2:00 pm and arrival at 4:30 pm. * This is not an exclusive Right Travel tour and therefore you may be with passengers from other tour companies. Pick-up and -off times are approximate and will be advised locally
|Full Day Winelands Tour
Wind through South Africas fertile valleys, prized for their renowned vintages, and discover the rustic beauty of sprawling estates shaded by giant oaks and rows of vines running as far as the eye can see. Travel the countrys principal wine route to Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschoek, and enjoy tastings at some of the excellent vineyards along the way. Begin with the "Pearl of Paarl" and visit one of the local estates to enjoy a wine tasting and cellar tour. Then continue northwest to the old, scenic village of Franschoek, founded near the Drakenstein Mountains in 1688 by French immigrants, whose descendants eventually supplied highly sought after wine to Napolean, Bismark, and even King Edward VII. Next, stop for lunch, on own account and then it is off to another wine tasting. Lastly, travel to Stellenbosch, South Africas second oldest town and the historic heart of the countrys wine region. First recognized as an ideal location for vineyards in 1679, viticulture has been entwined with the towns history ever since. Also of interest is the towns fascinating variety of architecture, including buildings in Cape Dutch, Georgian, and Victorian styles. Enjoy a final tasting before bidding farewell to the wine country and returning to Cape Town.
|Half Day Cape Town Cultural Diversity Tour
Join this multi-cultural tour of Cape Town which provides the opportunity to experience authentic interactions with the Citys many different communities. You will be welcomed in the townships of Langa, the oldest formal township. These locations will illustrate the struggles still facing parts of the country and the bitter legacy of apartheid but it will also show the great strides that have been made since Nelson Mandela was released from prison. The tour includes a visit to the Gugulethu township, meaning "our pride", which was established as a result of the migrant labor system. Also experience a visit to a "shebeen", an informal tavern where you will have the chance to mingle with members of the community and see local artisans at work. Approximate tour duration is 3.5 hours
|Home Hosted Dinner in Cape Town
This dinner will allow you to experience a rather unique cultural opportunity to enjoy a home cooked three course meal and wine typical to South Africa. Give yourself the chance to experience local culture in a relaxed and comfortable environment with fascinating conversation about the way of life in the new South Africa, while also exchanging views as well as experiences with local cultures.
|Half Day Afternoon Op-en Vehicle Game Drive
Spend the afternoon participating in an exhilarating open vehicle game drive in Kruger National Park. This world-famous park is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, creating a wildlife experience ranking among the best on the planet. During your time in the African bush, learn about the diverse ecosystem and search for wildlife including the Big Five, lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, and rhino.
|Victoria Falls Sightseeing|
|Elephant Back Safari
Depart the hotel for an extraordinary and exhilarating journey along the edge of the Zambezi gorges following ancient game trails. Seated comfortably on the back of natures true "king of the beasts", experience an age old tradition whilst silently exploring the majestic grasslands of Victoria Falls National Park and marvel at the spectacular scenery of Masuie river plunging 120 m into the Zambezi river below. Be witness to this mutually enriching and rewarding relationship between man and elephant in a modern day Africa. Sunset safaris are run daily, promising you much more than just a game-viewing experience, but rather a closer insight into the worlds largest land mammal, the African Elephant. The Sunset Safari includes snacks and sundowners. Age Restrictions: Children below the age of 5 years will not be able to partake in the Elephant Back Safaris. A Guardian must accompany children between 6 and 18 years.