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Kruger, Coast & Cape Overview
- 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31
A remarkable African odyssey across South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique and Lesotho
Enjoy an action-packed journey through some of the most stunning scenery in the world on this southern African adventure. With experiences to thrill, entertain, delight and inspire, this tour is a memorable way to experience the magic of Africa. Track down exotic wildlife on game drives in Kruger National Park, relax on golden beaches in Mozambique, visit remote Zulu to learn about tribal culture and mix it up in modern cities. Admire the changing scenery along the way. From the savanna of Kruger and the lush wetlands of the St Lucia Estuary to the dramatic coastal vistas of Cape Town, Africa is blessed with immense natural beauty and this trip captures the best of this stunning region.
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It doesn't always have the best reputation, but Johannesburg has fascinating, vibrant places to explore like Soweto, Alexandra, Rosebank Flea Market and its wonderful museums.
Created to control diminishing animal numbers due to hunting, Kruger National Park became official in 1926 and is now deservedly one of Africa's premier safari parks.
Once the private hunting ground of the Swazi royal family, Hlane Royal National Park's vast expanse of bushveld offers an amazing opportunity to track elephants and endangered rhinos on foot.
One of Mozambique's many unspoiled beaches, Ponta Malongane is a popular diving spot due to its clear blue waters, extensive coral reefs and amazing tropical marine life.
St Lucia Estuary is home to thousands of varieties of birds, mammals and reptiles - with its most popular residents being the hundreds of hippos and crocodiles.
The Valley of a Thousand Hills is the traditional heartland of the Zulu nation and its magnificent scenery is dotted with tribal communities amid the rolling hills.
South Africa's second most populous city, Durban is a tourist magnet thanks to its wealth of golden, sandy beaches and glitzy nightlife.
The highest mountain range in Southern Africa, Drakensberg - known locally as the Dragon Mountains - is home to an amazing array of flora and fauna.
Nestled like a small island in the middle of South Africa, the kingdom of Lesotho is blessed with beautiful mountain ranges and endless hiking trails.
A charming little town on South Africa's Wild Coast, Cintsa has stunning beaches and friendly locals, whose lifestyle is still deeply rooted in tribal traditions and customs.
Addo Elephant National Park was created in 1931 to protect the region's 11 remaining elephants. Today there are over 450 elephants in the park, as well as endangered black rhinos.
Protecting both land and sea, Tsitsikamma National Park is a spectacular place for walking and wildlife viewing - dolphins and southern right whales are visitors, along with baboons, monkeys and birds.
Oudtshoorn is the ostrich capital of the world. There are literally thousands of ostriches being farmed for their meat, leather and feathers in the area.
The perfect base for exploring the local wine region, Swellendam is a picturesque town with something for everyone: plenty of great restaurants, adventure activities and wildlife.
Dominated by spectacular Table Mountain, Cape Town is a city that keeps on giving with its beautiful coastlines, world-class cuisine, excellent wineries and beautiful architecture.
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