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Our Tours

Canal Walk
Cape Town
Canal Walk Shopping Centre is Africa’s leading super-regional retail mall. Its dominant presence attracts diverse shoppers from an extensive portion of the Western Cape, and further afield, with its comprehensive retail and leisure options. Canal Walk merges the world’s most desirable brands with shopping convenience and entertainment with everyday leisure, all in a majestic setting.

Cape Peninsula
Cape Town
This is a scenic drive in a tour bus with one of our amazing tour guides around the Table Mountain Range. During the tour the bus will make many stops along the way for guests to enjoy the views. The route takes you through Muizenberg, False bay, Kalk Bay and Fish Hoek to name a few.
You will enter the Table Mountain National Park and travel all the way to the most south eastern point in Africa where you will enjoy stunning view over the Indian and Atlantic Ocean.

Cape Town City
Cape Town
This is a wonderful drive in a luxury tour bus with one of our tour talented tour guides around the Cape Town City centre. During the tour the bus will make many stops along the way for guests to enjoy the views. The route takes you from Sea Point to Green Point, from there you will travel to the beautiful suburb of Clifton. Take a picture at Green Point Soccer Stadium then experience some of the greatest views of Cape Town from Signal Hill.

Constantia
Cape Town
Groot Constantia is the oldest wine estate in South Africa and provincial heritage site in the suburb of Constantia in Cape Town. The story of Groot Constantia, the finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture and one of South Africa’s foremost historical monuments and tourist attractions, goes back to 1685. Take a step back in time and experience how their wines are made. Enjoy a 45-60 minute guided tour through the modern cellar, followed by a wine tasting and audio visual screening.

Cullinan
Gauteng
Experience a tour of a working diamond mine! Located 20 minutes drive east of Tshwane (Pretoria), the mining town of Cullinan is home to the Premier Diamond Mine, also known as the Cullinan Mine following the discovery in 1905 of the largest rough diamond in history. Thomas Cullinan, owner of the Premier Mine at the turn of the century, was a South African explorer. The Transvaal government bought the stone from him and presented it to King Edward VII on the monarch’s birthday.

Adventures with Elephants
Adventures with Elephants is a place of inspiration and joy. Our beautiful reserve in South Africa is home to many types of wildlife from zebra; giraffe and warthogs; to meerkats. Our biggest honour is the privilege of caring for 5 beautiful African elephants who were destined to be culled. Our latest addition, Zambezi, was born in captivity to mother Shan and is our sixth family member.

Game Drive Monateng
Gauteng
Situated on a lush bushveld estate, Monateng Safari Lodge offers guests a pleasant African experience, with a noticeable abundance of birdlife and game, while relaxing in a peaceful atmosphere.

When visiting Monateng, a game drive is a must-do for the entire family. See who can spot all the amazing animals that the bush has to offer then relax and enjoy a beautiful African sunset from your very own lodge.


Gold Reef City
Gauteng
Gold Reef City Theme Park is undoubtedly one of Johannesburg’s most popular attractions for tourists and locals alike. It offers ample entertainment for the brave at heart with thrilling rides such as the Anaconda, Tower of Terror, Golden Loop and the Jozi Express rollercoaster. The latter provides an excellent view over treetops and mine dumps towards the famous Joburg skyline.

Hartbeespoort Tour
Gauteng
Hartbeespoort, or “Harties” to the locals, is a beautiful resort town settled along the banks of the Hartbeespoort River and up the slopes of the Magaliesberg mountain range in the North West, roughly 45 minutes from Johannesburg and Pretoria. With water sports, mountain trails, golf, country markets, restaurants, wildlife encounters, canopy tours, hot air balloons, and an aerial cable way. Part of the excitement of Hartbeespoort is in the getting there. The scenic roads from the Johannesburg metropolis meander through farmlands and bushveld, with red aloes adding a splash of colour.

Hector Peterson Memorial
Gauteng
The Hector Pieterson Memorial and museum opened in Soweto in 2002, not far from the spot where 12 year-old Hector was shot on the 16 June 1976 during the Soweto uprising that today is a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the apartheid government.

Lesedi Cultural Village
Gauteng
Lesedi Cultural Village is a tourist village which celebrates the cultural traditions of several different people of Southern Africa. It reproduces traditional dwellings and offers demonstrations of dances and other cultural activities.
Experience the spirit of Ubuntu at this Unique Cultural Venue where the people of Lesedi welcome you with music, song and the warmth of Africa.

Mandela House
Gauteng
The Nelson Mandela National Museum, commonly referred to as Mandela House, is the house on Vilakazi Street, Orlando West, Soweto, South Africa, where Nelson Mandela lived from 1946 to 1962.

Pilanesberg
Gauteng
The beauty of Pilanesberg is reflected in a large central lake, the Mankwe Dam. Standing above the surrounding bushveld, the park unfolds colourful hues and panoramas – a delight for photographers and guests. This well-stocked park has a dramatic landscape that supports a wide variety of plants, animals and birds. Pilanesberg accommodates virtually every mammal of southern Africa and is also home to the Big Five.

Regina Mundi
Gauteng
Regina Mundi is the largest Roman Catholic Church in South Africa. The Latin ‘Reginae Mundi’ means “Queen of the World” and refer to the Virgin Mary. The church was built in 1961 and official opened on the 24th of July 1962 by Johannes Baptista Montini, a cardinal of Milan.

Robben Island
Cape Town
The tour of the Robben Island Museum begins at the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the V & A Waterfront. On the island, tours are all guided by former political prisoners of the island, offering the visitor a truly unique insight into the island’s history and personal accounts of prison life. The tour includes a visit to the maximum security prison, with the most touching stop reserved for Mr. Mandela’s former cell, prepared exactly as it was when he was imprisoned here. A bus takes you to the lime quarry where Mr. Mandela and his fellow prisoners did hard labour.

Camps Bay
Cape Town
Sea Point: One of Cape Town’s most affluent and densely populated suburbs, situated between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean, a few kilometres to the west of Cape Town’s Central Business District.
Camps Bay: An upscale suburb of Cape Town. In summer it attracts a large number of foreign visitors as well as South Africans looking for a beach holiday. It is renowned for its white sandy beaches fringed by palm trees and has a trendy nightlife.

Menlyn Shopping
Gauteng
Menlyn Park Shopping Centre offers over 300 stores, 37 restaurants and a wide variety of entertainment. All this in an upmarket area of Pretoria’s eastern suburbs makes it a popular shopping and entertainment spot for Tshwane dwellers. Shoppers will find all the major chain stores under one roof including Hyperama, Woolworths, Truworths, Stuttafords, Foschini, Game and NuMetro.

Sun City
Gauteng
Sun International’s Sun City Resort is as popular today, as it was when it was first built in 1979. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere in the world and when you discover Sun City for yourself, you’ll agree that it’s a completely unique holiday experience for all ages. Sun City offers more than one hundred unforgettable family activities, a vibrant, enticing casino and a variety of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets.

Table Mountain
Cape Town
Looming large and welcoming you to Cape Town, whether you are arriving by plane, train, boat or automobile, is the iconic Table Mountain, one of the 7 Wonders of Nature. Looking at it from below is one thing, but it is quite another to be atop the mountain, from where one is afforded such wonderful views of Cape Town, Robben Island, the
Peninsula and beyond.

Two Oceans Aquarium
Cape Town
The southern tip of the African continent is the meeting place of two mighty and bountiful oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic. The Two Oceans Aquarium on the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town is ideally positioned to showcase the incredible diversity of marine life found in these two oceans. The Aquarium is one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town and over 3000 living sea animals, including sharks, fishes, turtles and penguins can be seen in this spectacular underwater nature reserve.

V&A Waterfront
Cape Town
Situated at the foot of Table Mountain, within a stone’s throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of unforgettable experiences. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with ocean vistas and mountain views and the fresh sea breeze and warm African sun add zest to a cosmopolitan, vibrant atmosphere.
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