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South Africa Highlights & Safari

CAPE TOWN, KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, SWAZILAND, ZULULAND, SOWETO, HLUHLUWE NATIONAL PARK

    Save up to $1000 per couple!!!

Amazing pricing to South Africa for a limited time only! Save up to $1000 per couple on our remarkable South Africa Tours. Reserve by October 13, 2016 to qualify for the early booking discount. Space is limited on this South Africa Safari so please reserve early.

Also available: Optional Victoria Falls Extension!
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As Seen In_South Africa

Itinerary at a glance Tour Highlights Your South Africa tours include
  • 4 nights in Cape Town
  • 2 nights in Hluhluwe/Zululand
  • 1 night in Swaziland
  • 2 nights in Kruger Park
  • 2 nights in Johannesburg
  • 3-night extension to Optional Victoria Falls

 

  • Table Mountain (Cape Town)
  • Cape Peninsula (Cape Town)
  • Hluhluwe Game Reserve
  • Kruger National Park
  • Apartheid Museum (Johannesburg)
  • Optional Victoria Falls Extension

For an in-depth look at the highlights of this amazing journey to South Africa, click here to take a look at photos recently taken by a smarTours traveler in May 2015!

  • Round-trip airfare from New York (JFK) via South African Airways
  • Airfare taxes, fees & fuel surcharges
  • Intra-South Africa flight and ground transportation
  • Accommodations at superior first class hotels
  • 18 meals: 11 buffet breakfasts (B), 2 lunches (L), 5 dinners (D)
  • Comprehensive touring and safaris 
  • Experienced, English speaking Tour Director

Your Extension Includes:

  • Round-trip airfare
  • Three nights at the luxurious Victoria Falls Safari Lodge with buffet breakfast daily
  • Sundowner Cruise on the Zambezi River
  • A tour of the Victoria Falls

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Rates are per person based on double occupancy.
Single room supplement is $349.
Business Class upgrade supplement is $5,700. (For JFK-Johannesburg-JFK flights only)
* Note: May 30 departure will stay at PH Umfolozi River in Hluhluwe and Avani Ezulwini Valley Hotel in Swaziland.

VICTORIA FALLS EXTENSION: 

Add $989 per person double occupancy / $1189 single

If taking the Victoria Falls extension, a visa is required for Zimbabwe. US and Canada passport holders can obtain it upon arrival
For more information on this tour, please contact us here or call us during business hours (Mon-Fri, 9:30-5:30 EST) at 800-337-7773.
Reservations and Payments
Reservations can be made by phone 1 800 337 7773 and will be confirmed upon receipt of $300 per person non-refundable deposit (by check) which must be received within 7 days of reservation. Full payment is due 75 days prior to departure. Baggage fees may apply. Space and prices subject to availability. For complete booking information and terms & conditions click here.

 

Day 1
Depart USA.
Your fascinating South Africa Tours begin as you depart New York today.
Day 2
Arrive Cape Town.
Arrive in Cape Town, South Africa’s oldest and most spectacular city, where you’ll be met and escorted to your hotel, ideally located near the vibrant V&A Waterfront. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a welcome dinner and briefing. Southern Sun Cape Sun Hotel or President Hotel. (D)
Day 3
Sheltered beneath the dramatic shape of Table Mountain, Cape Town is indeed one of the world’s most unique cities. This morning, a local expert leads you on a sightseeing tour to explore the charms of the city. Ride by cable car to the top of Table Mountain for glorious city and bay views. Descend and travel through the Malay Quarter and the city center for a chance to view and photograph impressive Table Mountain from a distance. Your tour ends at the vibrant V&A Waterfront where the balance of the day is at leisure. You may relax at one of the many cafes, stroll around and browse the craft and art shops or sample South Africa’s renowned wines. (B)
Day 4
A memorable full day excursion to Cape Peninsula begins with a scenic drive passing steep mountains, secluded coves, and sweeping beaches en route to Cape Point at the southern tip of the Peninsula. Stop at the fishing village of Hout Bay before arriving to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The reserve is rich with flora and fauna and you may see baboons, rheboks and Cape Mountain zebras. Savor the stunning views of the coastline where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. After lunch at a famous seafood restaurant follow the majestic coastline along False Bay and stop at Simon’s Town, where you’ll visit the Penguin colony. Lastly, visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and enjoy the magnificent display of indigenous South African flora before returning to Cape Town late this afternoon. (B,L)
Day 5
Today is at leisure for independent exploration, shopping or relaxing! An optional excursion to the charming winelands region just outside Cape Town is available. You may also use your free time to visit Robben Island and see where Nelson Mandela spent nearly two decades in captivity. Or, if you’re so inclined, you can enjoy the amazing and thrilling experience of great white shark cage diving! (B)
Day 6
Cape Town/ Zululand/ Hluhluwe.
Board a morning flight to King Shaka International Airport on the Kwazulu Natal North Coast, just outside the bustling port city of Durban. Journey to the charming resort village of Westbrooke, where you may enjoy a stroll on the golden sands of the Indian Ocean shoreline. Later, travel northwards through canefields and timber plantations to Zululand, home to one of the most famous of the African tribal peoples. Arrive at your hotel located near the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, renowned for saving the white rhinoceros from extinction. Emdoneni Lodge  or similar. (B,D)

Day 7
Hluhluwe Game Reserve/Zululand.
An exciting day begins with a morning game drive in open South Africa safari vehicles to explore the magnificent animals and species in the fascinating Hluhluwe Game Reserve. Later, visit Dumazulu Village and experience the everyday life of the Zulu tribe, renowned for its warrior culture. Witness traditional customs such as tribal dancing, spear making and a ceremony of beer drinking. A special Zulu lunch will be served. The balance of the day is at leisure. (B,L)

Day 8
Hluhluwe/Swaziland.
Today, continue your scenic drive north and cross the border into the tiny Kingdom of Swaziland. Shop for unique African souvenirs at the colorful markets and see basket weavers at work. Avani Ezulwini Valley Hotel. (B)

Day 9

Swaziland/Kruger National Park.
Drive through the beautiful countryside of the province of Transvaal to the world famous Kruger National Park. Encompassing some of the most stunning and diverse terrain, the park is South Africa’s premier game sanctuary. An unforgettable game drive in your own motor coach this afternoon takes you in search of the wild. Your upscale lodge is located near the park. Kruger Gate Lodge or Sabi River Sun Resort. (B,D)

Day 10
Your safari today includes a morning game drive, in open vehicles, in search of the parks many residents including the “Big Five”: Lion, elephant, buffalo and rhino and hopefully the more elusive leopard. You may also spot hippopotamus and crocodiles as well as zebras and giraffes. Plains game and bird life also abound. Have your camera ready! After a lunch break, return to the park for an afternoon open-vehicle safari. (B,D)
Day 11
Kruger Park/ Mpumalanga/ Sandton (Johannesburg).
Drive through Mpumalanga (formerly Eastern Transvaal) panoramic wild countryside and enjoy unparalleled views of densely forested mountains, valleys, rivers and waterfalls. Arrive in the magnificent Blyde River Canyon, one of the greatest spectacles of Africa. Proceed to Bourke’s Luck Pot Holes, a place of African legend containing bizarre holes cut into rock by powerful river erosion. Later relish sweeping views from God’s Window. Proceed to Sandton, a flourishing suburb of Johannesburg, the commerce and diamond mining center. Garden Court Sandton City Hotel. (B)

Day 12
Soweto Excursion/Apartheid Museum.
This morning learn more about South Africa’s turbulent past and its hope for the future on a fascinating tour to Soweto, a sprawling metropolis on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Peek into the past – hostels, Freedom Square and the struggle for liberty. Tread the paths to greatness by the late Nelson Mandela and visit his former house. This afternoon, visit the Apartheid Museum, the pre-eminent museum in the world exposing the rise and fall of apartheid and South Africa’s tumultuous journey through the 20th century. Tonight, celebrate with your fellow travelers at a farewell dinner feasting on a traditional South African buffet. (B,D)

Day 13
Depart South Africa.
Today is at leisure for last minute shopping or independent pursuits before transferring to the airport for your return flight. (B)

Day 14
Arrive USA.
Your memorable South Africa tours come to an end as you touch down in New York this morning.

Why not extend your trip to the magnificent Victoria Falls? The 300 feet tall falls are often called the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. Your extension includes airfare, three nights at the luxurious Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, buffet breakfast daily, a Sundowner Cruise on the mighty Zambezi River, a tour of the falls and all transfers. Extension starts on day 13.

Day 13
Johannesburg/Victoria Falls.
Transfer to the airport for your flight to Victoria Falls. You’ll be met and escorted to your deluxe hotel. Join a Sundowner cruise on the mighty Zambezi River. Marvel at the vegetation on the river’s banks and the spectacular sunset. Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. (B)
Day 14
Visit the craft village and observe the traditional way of life. Proceed to the Victoria Falls, often described as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. This afternoon you may return to the Falls on your own. (B)
Day 15
A day at leisure. You may join a fascinating optional excursion across the border to Chobe National Park in Botswana. Chobe boasts one of the largest populations of elephants in the world along with lions, hippos and zebras. (B)
Day 16
Victoria Falls/Johannesburg, depart South Africa.
Transfer to the airport for your return flight to Johannesburg connecting to your flight back to the USA. (B)
Day 17
Arrive New York this morning.

Check out videos from smarTours travelers on this trip of a lifetime!

Optional Tours

To enhance and make your visit to South Africa (and Victoria Falls if applicable) more complete and memorable, you will be offered several optional tours. All rates are approximate in US dollars and are subject to change based on fluctuation of exchange rates and suppliers rates. Payment should be made in local currency by cash, Visa or Mastercard. Additional optional tours may be added for your enjoyment, and the optional tours listed below may not be available on all departure dates.

Day 3
Half-Day Cultural Heritage & Township Tour (Approx. $40 per person)
This tour allows visitors a unique journey through the history of South Africa, divided into what is referred to as “The Three South Africa’s”. From the monumental turning point in the Birth of South Africa to the now-decaying ruins of Apartheid South Africa to the townships of the New South Africa. This tour is not to be missed during your visit to Cape Town, as you’re given insight into the greatness of Nelson Mandela and what South Africa has achieved ever since the nation took up his challenge to rise above pain and bitterness. Some of the elements of the excursion may vary depending what’s going on in Cape Town on that particular day, but may include a walking tour, visiting a family’s very modest home and being entertained by a choir. You’ll be sure to experience eye-opening encounters, especially when visiting Langa, the oldest black township and Khayelitsa the largest township, where cultural values and personal experiences are exchanged.
Day 5
Robben Island Tour** (Approx. $23 per person)
Depart from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront by ferry across Table Bay to Robben Island, the infamous home to the maximum security prison where Nelson Mandela and others were jailed. You’ll have a chance to visit the prison and explore Murray’s Bay Harbor precinct before returning to the waterfront by ferry. (Ferries depart from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront several times daily, weather permitting. Transfers from your hotel to the pier and back are not included). Please note: The Robben Island excursion is operated by a non-profit foundation and therefore, smarTours does not book and cannot guarantee space on this tour. Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis and therefore may not be available during your visit. (For further information and to pre-book online, you can go to www.robben-island.org.za).   **  If you wish to visit both Robben Island and the Winelands, then we recommend that you reserve the 9:00am ferry to Robben Island on your last day in Cape Town. After your morning excursion to Robben Island, provided there are no significant delays, you will have the opportunity to participate in the Winelands Tour during the afternoon. Please note that the ferry schedule is subject to change based on inclement weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.

Day 5
Winelands Tour (Approx. $48 per person)
Join this excursion to the beautiful wine region. Travel to culturally and historically significant Stellenbosch, a quaint town in the heart of this scenic region, filled with wineries. Walk through the town and explore the impressive Cape Dutch architecture. Your next stop is at a wine estate where you’ll attend a wine tasting session, have an opportunity to explore the grounds and gardens and maybe purchase some local wines!  

Day 5
Full Day Great White Shark Cage Diving*** (Approx. $148 per person, including breakfast, packed lunch, hot soup and transfers)
Depart your hotel early in the morning for a full day adventure to experience great white shark cage diving. You’ll head east to the coastal fishing town of Gansbaai, where’you’ll meet your crew and go over the day ahead (and safety instructions) while enjoying breakfast. Then, board the boat and head into the open waters where you’ll put on gear provided to you and climb into through the top of the secure cage. Watch the amazing great white sharks from underwater and enjoy an amazing, thrilling experience. You’ll also enjoy watching the predators from the comfort of the boat while your fellow divers are under water. *** This tour operates on the last day in Cape Town, and it is not possible to do Robben Island or Winelands if you participate in this optional activity. Please also note that this tour must be cancelled at least 24 hours prior to departure, otherwise 100% cancellation fees will apply. In addition, if bad weather prevents you from going to sea, you will be informed and given a full refund. If strong winds pick up while at sea and a return to shore is required for your safety, you will not be entitled to a refund. In addition, due to variable weather conditions and variable shark activity, diving may not always be possible and is therefore not guaranteed.

Day 15 Extension
Full-Day Chobe National Park (Botswana) Safari & Tour (Approx. $175 per person)
Transfer this morning from Victoria Falls across the border to Botswana and arrive at Chobe National Park. Embark on a safari boat ride on the Chobe River to view the rich wildlife and numerous bird species in this amazing game reserve. After lunch, enjoy an afternoon game drive in open safari vehicle. Return to your hotel at Victoria Falls early this evening.

Trip Preparation

FLIGHT INFORMATION

Your departure flights from New York’s JFK Airport to South Africa and back are on South African Airways.  We recommend that you check-in 3 ½ hours before departure.                               

Depart       10:30AM

Return        8:00AM

Please make sure to allow sufficient time for clearing immigration and customs if you are planning a connecting flight.  We recommend at least 3 ½ hours.  Please keep in mind that flight schedules are always subject to change.

ADVANCE SEAT ASSIGNMENT

South African Airlines does not assign seats in advance.  Seat assignment can only be arranged upon check-in at the airport.

PASSPORT AND VISA INFORMATION

You must be in possession of a passport valid for at least 6 months after the date of travel. All visitors are required by the South African immigration authorities to have a minimum of two consecutive blank visa entry pages in their passport. Insufficient pages in the passport normally results in denied boarding or denial of entry upon arrival and the person is likely to be detained pending return to their country of origin.  Visa not required for American passport holders for South Africa. Non U.S. citizens should check with the respective consulates as to the most current visa requirements to all their travel destinations (which includes the Republic of South Africa and Swaziland and if taking the Victoria Falls extension, also Zimbabwe). Please remember that it is your responsibility to obtain the necessary travel documents before the trip.

If you are taking the Victoria Falls extension, a Zimbabwe visa is required. U.S and Canadian citizens can obtain the visa on arrival at Victoria Falls airport. US citizens pay a fee of $30 in U.S. dollars (cash) for single entry visa. If you are planning to join the Chobe optional excursion to Botswana, you’ll need a double entry visa which is $45. Canadian passport holders’ single entry visa fee to Zimbabwe is $75 and if taking the full day Chobe optional trip, an additional fee of $75 applies to re-enter Zimbabwe.  Passport holders of other countries need to check with the Zimbabwe embassy before departure as to the visa requirements. Visa fees & regulations are subject to change.

TICKETS AND FINAL DOCUMENTS

Your airline tickets along with final instructions and additional travel tips will be sent to you 10 – 7 days before the scheduled departure of your tour.  Please make sure to advise us in case your address changes.

ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR CHILDREN

Effective October 1, 2014 children 18 and under who enter South Africa will be required to present a certified copy of a full birth certificate.  Copies are not acceptable. If not traveling with both parents then additional documentation is required. For more information about children’s requirements, please visit the consulate website at http://www.southafrica-newyork.net/homeaffairs/index.htm

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

Please consult your personal physician or local public health authorities regarding taking anti malaria pills as well as other recommendations.

CLIMATE

South Africa is located in the southern hemisphere and therefore has the reverse season to those of the U.S. The weather is temperate and even during the wintertime you’ll enjoy comfortable temperatures. Average daytime temperatures are in the 60’s and 70’s from April-Sept and in the 70’s and 80’s from Oct to March. Overnight temperatures are lower by 10-20 degrees.

NON-INCLUDED MEALS

You may dine at either of the hotels used on this tour or in another nearby restaurant recommended by your guide. Food costs in South Africa are very reasonable compared with the USA. Average cost for dinner (excluding drinks) in the coffee shop is about $20-25 per meal per person. Your hotel will accept credit cards for your non-included meals.

CREDIT CARDS AND LOCAL CURRENCY

Hotels and some stores accept major credit cards.  However, for “street shopping” you will need local currency or U.S. Dollars.  Your hotels will be able to exchange for you cash to local currency. It is recommended that you bring along cash in small denominations.

BAGGAGE

Each passenger may bring one piece of checked-in luggage (suitcase maximum 44 pounds) and one carry-on piece not to exceed 18”x10”x8”. We recommend that you do not over-pack and that you take a variety of separates with climate and comfort in mind.

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by Suzette Stravino on smarTours
Breathless Beauty

Just retuned from African Highlights with the Victoria Falls extension. Can not say enough about Jeriemy Poole, tour director, and the entire once in a lifetime African experience. The whole tour was fantastic and I did every single optional tour. Well worth it. I highly recommend this tour. It's my second tour with Smartours and I'm booking 2 more trips for next year. You get your monies worth and then some.

by D Brooks on smarTours
Great trip!

This was a great trip! We saw and learned a lot in our group of 22. Tour guide Jeremy Poole was informative, passionate and shared his extensive knowledge of South Africa and the region. He kept us on schedule, entertained and informed above and beyond. The hotels were great (Swaziland hotel was so-so but okay for just one night, but the other hotels and lodges were fantastic!). Food was great too. A nice combination of buffets and chances to dine out on your own. smarTours gives a lot of value for the price and everything was delivered as stated and more.

by will French on smarTours
amazing trip

Ron McGregor was the tour director for our group of 21 people.
His comments and suggestion were most appropriate and informative. although he is not as an effective shopper as some of the ladies in our group.
We saw everything that we could have wanted to see for the days available in SA.
Gave drives in all 3 reserves were as advertised and we did see all of the big 5 with the exception that we did see several adult males none were the mature adults with the manes to match.
all hotels were above average and the furnished buffet breakfast buffets were above average especially the Protea lodge breakfast.
the coach and drivers were excellent for our trips and the park guides were very informative and seemed to enjoy finding the animals for our group. 1st day in Kruger we watched a leopard casually drink from a creek and the fade into the trees.
This was our first experience with SmarTours but will definitely not be the last as we were totally impressed with what we received for the cost of the trip and their planning of the trip.

by Debra D'Luna on smarTours
Wonderful Trip!

Just back from a terrific tour of South Africa with Jeremy Poole as our guide. We travelled from June 21 - July 7, 2016. We were a group of 22; it was a delightful group to travel with. We had fine, clear weather everywhere we went. Perfect!

Jeremy was wonderfully organized, informative, and clear about every detail. He is the best tour guide we've ever had and this was our 10th Smartours trip. We learned so much about South African history, culture, politics past and present, its many challenges, and came away encouraged for what they are striving to make of the 21st century. We enjoyed the Apartheid Museum, Mandela's house, and visiting Soweto. Ditto wine tasting, the strikingly beautiful cape peninsula and freshest fish of Cape Town.

The safaris were really wonderful. We especially liked safari drives in Kruger and Hluhluwe and the little boat cruise and afternoon safari in Chobe in Botswana. We saw all of the Big 5 and soooooo much more! The safari guides know where and when to find the animals and are so very informative. I love it best when they would shut off the safari vehicle just so we could gaze at whatever animals we'd found and watch whatever behavior might display itself. We saw an elephant swimming! Also a giraffe having a drink. And lions and leopards. Also, a herd of cape buffalo rushing to a watering hole and shouldering each other aside for a drink of water.

The hotels were terrific as were all of the people we met. We particularly loved the Sabi River Sun Resort and the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge (extension). We really liked the locals we met in Victoria Falls and during our day trip to Botswana.

We would highly recommend this tour and also the extension. Both exceeded expectations in every area. smarTours does not disappoint!

by Jim & Shirley Dahl on smarTours
Great Trip!

We went on this tour late May / early June 2016 and had a great time. Ron McGregor was a great guide. The safari drives at Hluhluwe and Kruger National Park were spectacular. Even the weather was great. Would recommend this tour for anyone.

by Glenn Riley on smarTours
Excellent!

Recommend this trip! The best trip ever! We had Jeremy Poole and he was the best. Also a great tour group ever!!! Recommend the Victoria Falls extension.

by Jan Schantini on smarTours

Best tour we have ever taken! The tour guide was amazing, the hotels and food were excellent and the whole experience was far beyond our expectations. We will definitely travel with smarTours again.

by Elizabeth Hagens on smarTours
Just great!

Although I have traveled internationally for work for many years, this was our first "tour" and I wasn't sure about giving up my independence. Now I am hooked. Everything was professionally planned, extremely interesting, and with a good balance of time and location. Wonderful guide, great meals, very nice hotels and staff, and truly hassle-free. We learned a lot, loved the others on the trip. No problems.

by Sharon Treaster on smarTours

This was my third trip with Smartours and as with the last two, I was NOT disappointed. This was definitely the most incredible tour I have ever taken. Our tour guides and hotel accommodations were excellent and we saw wild life beyond our expectations.

by Janice Quinter on smarTours
Outstanding

This trip was phenomenal in many ways -- the guide Ron McGregor is a raconteur who will teach you so much about South African history, its varied people, geography and climate, politics, even botany, and although the group may be large at over 40 travellers, his fine organizational skills and humor appear to make the group feel smaller (ask to buy a copy of the book with his commentary). Animals were abundant and clearly visible at Hluhluwe National Park, and the park is actually much prettier than the famed Kruger. Be sure to take the nominally priced guided walk to visit (and pet) cheetahs and other cats at Emdoneni Lodge bordering on Hluhluwe. There are numerous choices to use your free time in Cape Town, including the Two Oceans Aquarium, inexpensive harbor tours, walking tours, dinner and live performances of black South African music, and craft shopping (I arranged them all myself). The optional tours to Pretoria and the Cape Town cultural heritage and township tours are worthwhile. Included buffet meals were delicious. The tour never felt rushed, and weather in May was delightful, and the price was unbeatable.

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