Offering not one but two malaria-free safaris plus a city break in Cape Town, this trip is the perfect showcase of South Africa's exquisite beauty. 4 days in Cape Town will be spent exploring the famous sights from Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront to the city's beautiful beaches and the fascinating Robben Island. This is followed by a stay at Ant's Nest Lodge in a private reserve in the Waterberg region of the country, approximately 3 hour's drive from Johannesburg. Here you will have the unique opportunity to see African wildlife on a variety of flexible activities from game drives to horseriding or mountain biking safaris. The trip will conclude at Marataba Safari Lodge in a Big 5 reserve with incredible views and luxurious accommodation. The perfect end to an action-packed South African holiday.
Whatever your budget, our travel experts will work with you and give expert advice to make the very most of your available time and funds. They will guide you on the best time of year to travel, select the best value destinations and secure the little ‘add-ons’ that will make your tailor-made trip that extra bit special.
We are confident that we will offer highly competitive rates direct from our supplier network but we are always happy to compare with other quotes to ensure you secure the best value.
Catch your overnight flight from Philadelphia International Airport to Cape Town International
Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met by a member of the Mahlatini team who will assist you to the car hire desk to collect your hire car. From here you will drive yourselves to your hotel.
Today you will drive yourselves back to Cape Town Airport, drop off your hire car and catch your flight to Johannesburg. Here you will collect a further hire car and take the 3 hour drive to Ant's Nest in the Waterberg.
Today you will take the drive to Marataba Safari Lodge, also in the Waterberg region.
Today you will drive yourselves back to Johannesburg for your flight home.
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