Indulge in the ultimate luxury holiday experience with a curated itinerary that will take you through some of the most breathtaking destinations in South Africa
This package includes
- 1 night at Intercontinental Hotel, Johannesburg
- 3 nights Savanna Private Game Reserve, Kruger National Park
- 2 nights at The Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town
- 2 nights at Boschendal Cottages, Franschhoek
- 3 nights on Rovos Rail – Cape Town to Pretoria
- Includes flights + transfers
All that South Africa has to offer
Start your journey at the Savanna Private Game Reserve where you’ll be surrounded by the beauty of the African wilderness. Stay in luxurious accommodations and embark on thrilling game drives to witness the Big Five in their natural habitat.
Next, head to the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town where you’ll be treated to stunning views of the iconic Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Explore the vibrant city and indulge in world-class dining and shopping experiences.
Continue your journey to the Boschendal Cottages in Wineland, where you’ll be surrounded by rolling vineyards and majestic mountains. Savor award-winning wines and gourmet cuisine while taking in the picturesque scenery.
Finally, board the Rovos Rail for an unforgettable journey through the heart of South Africa. Experience the golden age of luxury train travel as you traverse across stunning landscapes and enjoy exceptional service and amenities on board.
Savanna Private Game Reserve
Nestled in the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, the Savanna Private Game Reserve is a luxurious safari destination that offers an unparalleled wildlife experience. Spread over 10,000 hectares of pristine African wilderness, the reserve is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the Big Five, as well as over 450 bird species.
The lodge at Savanna Private Game Reserve boasts elegantly appointed suites that offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Each suite is designed with comfort and luxury in mind, featuring a private deck, plunge pool, and outdoor shower. The lodge also features a spacious lounge and dining area, a library, and a viewing deck that overlooks a waterhole, where guests can observe wildlife up close.Explore Lodge
The Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town
The Table Bay Hotel boasts a prime location at the V&A Waterfront, providing breathtaking views of the harbour, Table Mountain, and the Atlantic Ocean. Guests can indulge in exceptional dining options that offer a variety of cuisines from around the world, as well as local South African specialties. The hotel also offers high-end spa and wellness facilities, including a fully equipped fitness centre, sauna, and steam room. For relaxation, guests can enjoy the rooftop swimming pool with panoramic views of the city and waterfront.Explore Hotel
Boschendal Farm Estate, Franschhoek
Boschendal is located in Franschhoek just over an hour away from the city of Cape Town. With access to this historic wine farm, in-house guests get to savour the best of farm living. Join their experienced guides on a morning farm tour or explore the wine estate on foot, following trails that take you through orchards and mountain fynbos. There are world-class mountain biking and hiking trails to explore, wine tasting to enjoy, beautiful dams to swim in and plenty of opportunities to sit back, relax and breathe in the splendour of nature.Explore Hotel
Rovos Rail, Cape Town to Pretoria
Embark on a journey of a lifetime aboard the Rovos Rail from Cape Town to Pretoria. Travel in style and luxury as you traverse through some of South Africa’s most breathtaking landscapes. This iconic train journey is a celebration of the golden age of travel, complete with vintage carriages, elegant furnishings, and exceptional service. Experience the romance and adventure of train travel as you enjoy gourmet cuisine, fine wines, and the company of fellow travelers. The journey from Cape Town to Pretoria is a 1,600-kilometer adventure that takes you through the stunning scenery of the Western Cape, the rolling hills of the Winelands, and the vast grasslands of the Highveld.Rovos Rail
Arrive in Johannesberg
Arrive in Johannesburg and check in to the Intercontinental Hotel before using the hotel’s top class facilities like the indoor heated pool and spa, to ensure you are fully rested for the journey ahead.
Day 2 – 4
Take a walk on the wild side
Over the course of three nights, guests will enjoy daily game drives led by experienced guides who share their knowledge and passion for the African bush. The game drives take place in open 4×4 vehicles, allowing guests to get up close to the wildlife and capture unforgettable photos.
In addition to the game drives, guests can also embark on guided bush walks, birdwatching tours, and stargazing experiences. The lodge also features a spacious lounge and dining area, a library, and a viewing deck that overlooks a waterhole, where guests can observe wildlife up close.
Journey to Cape Town
Set off from your Safari leg of your trip and journey to Cape Town, checking into the Table Bay Hotel. This vibrant multicultural city is a healthy mix of city and suburban living, vibey day and night spots, outdoor recreational activities and relaxation. Two oceans with their beautiful white sand beaches embrace this nature-saturated city. Ride the revolving cable car to the sky on Table Mountain; shop at the V&A Waterfront, one of Africas premier shopping destinations; stand on the edge of the world at Cape Point or delve into South Africas past at Robben Island, the prison that once held one of the world’s greatest heroes, Nelson Mandela.
Explore the Winelands
A short journey from Cape Town, sits the picturesque Boschendal Farm Estate where guests can explore the terrfiic scenery and sample some of the world’s best wines. The Cape Winelands is a truly unique and special region, spanning across the Western Cape and stretching up the West Coast and into the Klein Karoo and Overberg regions. Nestled among charming Cape Dutch houses, enchanting trees, vineyards, and majestic mountains, the area offers a picturesque setting that feels like a slice of South African heaven. Visitors can explore the numerous wine farms, each offering its own unique taste and style, as well as a range of activities and accommodations. From wine tastings to delicious culinary experiences, to relaxing in nature-focused restaurants or lush picnic settings, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in the Cape Winelands.
Day 9 – 11
Embark on a three-night journey aboard the Rovos Rail from Cape Town to Pretoria and indulge in the luxury of train travel. Enjoy a welcome reception on board before settling into your luxurious suite. Spend your days taking in the breathtaking landscapes and wildlife from the observation car or your suite’s window. Savor delectable meals served in the elegant dining car and enjoy guided tours of Kimberley’s famous Big Hole and Diamond Mine Museum as well as Pretoria’s historical landmarks and cultural attractions. Retire to your suite each night for a peaceful night’s sleep as the train continues its journey.