The Perfect Holiday Break in South Africa?

V&A Waterfront, cape Town

V&A Waterfront, cape Town

What if you only have a week for a short holiday to South Africa? You don’t want to charge around too much otherwise it’s not a holiday. Cape Town and the Winelands are an obvious choice, but perhaps not reflective of the diveristy of South Africa?

What do most people want from a short break in South Africa? Cape Town, yes, time on safari, definitely yes, and of course a couple of nights of relaxation at the end. There are now direct flights from Cape Town to both Kruger and Hoedspruit Airports which makes this sort of short holiday so attractive.

I think this 7 night holiday offer fits that bill perfectly with 3 nights in Cape Town, 2 nights on safari and 2 nights at a luxury country lodge. You can enjoy as a one week break or combine with other hotels. It represents a 20% saving off normal rack rates so that you are not breaking the bank…

This Perfect Break in South Africa tour comprises:

•    3 nights at the four star Cape Milner (BB basis) – great four star boutique hotel in trendy City Bowl area of Cape Town close to the restaurants and bars of Kloof Street

•    2 nights at Hamiltons Tented Camp (FBG basis) in the Kruger National Park – this colonial style tented camp is on one of the private concessions of the Kruger with morning and afternoon game drives all included

•    And relax at the end with 2 nights at Highgrove House (DBB basis) – this country house hotel is perfectly situated for enjoying the scenic delights of the nearby Blyde River Canyon or simply relaxing by the pool and enjoying their stunning food.

You choose whether you want combine the lodges using transfers and tours, on an easy self-drive basis or perhaps a combination of both. Contact us for a tailormade quotation including travel arrangements.

Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
-->

Kate Bergh is co-founder of Cedarberg African Travel, a specialist tour operator for Southern and East Africa.

She heads up the South African office, having lived in South Africa since 1993. Her home looks up to the Cedarberg Mountains, where she enjoys hiking and cycling, when she’s not out discovering new places to visit, with her three children in tow. Kate has travelled extensively throughout the region to Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe as well as most areas of South Africa. She also loves history, meeting people and a good thriller...

Facebook

Have you liked us on Facebook yet?