Join a gay group trip and set out on a South African safari. You’ll discover the vibrant wildlife of Kruger National Park, the bustling streets of Cape Town with its abundant nightlife as well as spending a night in Johannesburg.
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Group Trip Breakdown
Day 1 To 4 - Cape Town
We’ll spend our first four days in the capital city. This cosmopolitan city has great beaches to explore, the buzzing gay nightlife of De Waterkant and the dramatic focal point of Table Mountain.
On our first night we’ll have dinner in the Bo-kaap neighbourhood with a local family. We’ll also visit Robben Island, the gay beaches, penguin colonies and keep an eye peeled for great white sharks.
Day 5 To 7: Winelands
We’ll make our way towards the rolling vineyards and sample some of South Africa’s finest wines. We’ll meet some locals, try some reds, whites and bubbles and go winery hopping on the wine train.
Day 8 To 10: Kruger Park
Hopefully not too hungover, we’ll make our way to Kruger Park in the Northeast and set out on a South African safari. Keep an eye peeled for lions, springbok, hippos and cheetahs.
We’ll be staying in a beautiful hotel. During the day we’ll set out on game drives with an experienced ranger who’ll teach us about the magic and mystery of the African bush.
Our main focus will be on the “big five” but keep an eye out for the many other creatures that live in the reserve.
Day 11 To 12: Johannesburg
We’ll drive to the Johannesburg and spend our last night together. After some last minute shopping, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight.
Optional: 3-Days In Victoria Falls
We can organise a 3-night optional extension in Victoria Falls. It’s the world’s largest waterfall – you’ll find it at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
We’ll be staying in a boutique lodge in a peaceful setting. You can join an optional 2-hour cruise down the Zambezi River upon arrival. Over two full days, we’ll explore one of the great natural wonders of the world. The thunderous sound of the water can be heard for miles around. We’ll have lunch at the Batoka Gorge overlooking the waterfall.
On our final evening, we’ll try some classic Zimbabwean cuisine accompanied by live music. The sounds and tastes of Africa will make for a fitting end to an epic trip.
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