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Monthly Archives: June 2016

West Coast Weekend Tour, 3 days From R 3,400

West Coast Photo credit HerryB via Small Kitchen  CC BY-SA
Join us on a journey across the heartland and coastline of South Africa’s West Coast and interior, for a weekend trip with a quirky adventurous twist. Jump in a cage to swim with crocs, whizz across the Schurweberg Mountains on 1.4km of zipline adventure, sit in the ‘hot seat’ on the ship in the desert in the wild Tankwa Karoo; do a sunrise cycle, visit a village that time forgot, feast under the stars, and learn the lore of the bush from South Africa’s own San (bushmen); original inhabitants and legendary hunters! Spend a night in Lamberts Bay, the West Coast's iconic destination, powerboat or horse ride in Langebaan and land up back in the Cape in time for a late lazy Sunday afternoon!
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Cape Town to Kalahari 6 Days From R 6,950

Lions
Ethereal and beautiful, the green Kalahari is the picture of South Africa’s rugged diversity. A symphony of stars awaits us at the quirky Molopo Lodge, on the outskirts of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one of the world’s largest conservation areas at 3.6 million hectares. From here, our base for the next two nights, we spend a full day game driving in pursuit of possible viewings of leopard, cheetah, and the endemic Black-Maned Lion, among many other mammal and bird species.
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Dar Es Salaam to Nairobi 10 Days Tour price: R 12,495

Masai Mara Warriors
Drama unfolds daily in the Serengeti as a multitude of antelope and other prey animals are pursued by predators. Its neighbouring site, the Ngorongoro Crater, is a beauty to behold and a World Heritage Site that serves as one of the most important refuges for wildlife in Africa. In Northern Tanzania the red-robed Masai people walk the plains with their cattle as they have done daily for centuries, while the coast and Zanzibar await the traveller in search of culture and adventure. Stone Town’s tangle of narrow ancient alleyways makes it a fascination, while a short trip north leads to dazzling white beaches and unique accommodations. These attractions, and more, await those who set out on this brief but exciting beach and bush combination tour!
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Desert, Dunes & Culture: Archi’s Africa Tour 15 Days Tour price: US$ 2,300

Dune 45 Sossusvlei, Namibia
Our journey begins in Cape Town, colourful and unique. From here we head north to the striking Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park; home to the Khomani San. You will have the chance to learn the lore of the bush with trackers, on an optional two day walkabout in the Kgalagadi. From here we will cross the border into Namibia, rugged, sparsely populated and home to the incredible Etosha National Park. Rhino, elephant, lion, giraffe, leopard and cheetah are among the animals concentrated within an environment that, but for the game viewing paths and camps, remains as it once was.
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Cape Town – Namibia – Cape Town 16 Days From R 16,950

Canyons of Nambia tour
This tour starts with a two-day white water rafting excursion on the Orange River. From there we head into Namibia, for an extravaganza of dunes and desert. A highlight of the trip is Etosha National Park, Namibia's finest game reserve, with its game-rich waterhole viewing and expansive network of roads that allow optimal exploring. Included on the route are the famous Canyon Roadhouse, with its collection of vintage cars, and adrenaline capital Swakopmund. Both extensive and budget-conscious, this is the ultimate student adventure.
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Cape Town to Victoria Falls 20 Days From R 17,250

Devils Pools
Africa's most popular overland safari, the classic Cape Town to to Victoria Falls tour, features Southern Africa’s most incredible sights. The tour starts and ends at two of the Seven Wonders sites; Table Mountain in Cape Town and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
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Cape Town to Victoria Falls 21 Days From R 14,595

Vic Falls
This all-out three week trip begins in Cape Town, one of the world’s most picturesque cities, and ends at Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. We travel through some incredibly diverse landscapes - richly fertile winelands, arid and hauntingly beautiful deserts, dramatic canyons and tranquil lagoons.
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