Boutique Cape Town, Winelands & Kruger

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  • 3 nt Old Bank Hotel, Cape Town - Deluxe room with breakfast
  • 2 nt Franschhoek Boutique Hotel, Winelands & Beyond - Luxury room with breakfast
  • 1 nt Peermont Metcourt - Johannesburg, Kruger Region - Classic room with breakfast
  • 3 nt Makalali Private Game Lodge - Kruger Region, - Superior room Full Board & 2 Game Drives per day
  • 7 days car hire
  • Full board and activities at Bellevue Forest Reserve
  • Flights to Cape Town with British Airways and onwards to Johannesburg with Comair, accommodation throughout, return transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily (Except Nov 2021 which is Tue/Fri/Sun).
  • This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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3 nt Old Bank Hotel, Cape Town

Deluxe room with breakfast

Oozing charm and sophistication, the Old Bank Hotel is set within a restored heritage building dating to 1902 and is very much a celebration of classic Victorian architecture and modern design.

2 nt Franschhoek Boutique Hotel, Winelands & Beyond

Luxury room with breakfast

Designed with flourish and flair, this welcoming boutique hotel is set back behind a dappled courtyard of cafes, galleries and boutique shops in the heart of Franschhoek’s Main Street.

1 nt Peermont Metcourt - Johannesburg, Kruger Region

Classic room with breakfast

Stylish and comfortable rooms await you at the Peermont Metcourt complimented by a private and sheltered pool terrace which is set in a beautiful gardens.

3 nt Makalali Private Game Lodge - Kruger Region,

Superior room Full Board & 2 Game Drives per day

Located west of Kruger National Park this ethnic-style retreat resides within 26,000 hectares of bushveld. Distinctively designed with a spacious deck overlooking a waterhole where wildlife can be viewed. The twice-daily game drives out in the Greater Makalali Game Reserve are the perfect opportunity to try and tick off the Big Five.


Flights to Cape Town with British Airways and onwards to Johannesburg with Comair, accommodation throughout, return transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily (Except Nov 2021 which is Tue/Fri/Sun).

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £130, Belfast from £140, Newcastle from £150, Edinburgh from £165, Glasgow from £175. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.

Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

3 nts Old Bank Hotel, Cape Town

Deluxe room with breakfast

The Mother City is probably the most popular starting point for any visit to South Africa and so it should be! Regularly voted as one of the world's most beautiful cities Cape Town has it all – a fascinating mix of up-to-the-minute vibrancy, memorable history and culture along with spectacular natural beauty.

Brimming with diversity and history, the City Bowl is the heart of city and nestles between Table Mountain, Devil's Peak and Lion's Head. It's here that you'll find the Central Business District with its numerous shops and bars along with some residential suburbs, including Bo-Kaap, the picturesque area at Signal Hill known for its colourful houses and cobbled streets. To the west lies the Atlantic Seaboard which stretches from the V&A Waterfront to Llandudno with some of the hottest beaches in between, including trendy Camps Bay. Further south on the Cape Peninsula you'll find the leafy, affluent suburbs of Constantia and Newlands.

If you haven't hired a car, the city centre itself is compact enough to explore on foot or alternatively open-top bus tours are available, allowing you to hop on and off at various stops, allowing you to choose which attractions you want to explore.

The city's most famous attraction, Table Mountain, is also one of the world's most recognisable landmarks and no visit to Cape Town would be complete without a trip up the 360º rotating cable car to the top. Be warned that cloud cover can affect visibility and may even cause the cable car to be closed. During peak times, queues can be long, so be sure to make an early start! The V&A Waterfront is also a great place to spend time. Once a working port, it has been redeveloped into an exciting shopping and leisure hub with a comprehensive array of retail outlets from international brands to exclusive local boutiques, entertainment venues, world-class hotels and restaurants galore. It's also the main departure point for Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela, amongst others, was imprisoned for 18 years. Tours of the jail buildings are conducted by former political prisoners who tell stories of their experiences and lives since their release. Tours do fill up quickly, so we do recommend booking before you leave home to avoid missing out.

Other notable city sights include City Hall, built in 1905 it is one of the last Victorian-style sandstone structures and it was from the balcony of City Hall that Nelson Mandela addressed the world, following his release from prison. For a respite from city life, head for Company Gardens a public park, which contains a rose garden, Japanese garden, fish pond, aviary and tea garden. Alternatively, Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden is a heavenly national treasure set on the gentle slopes of Table Mountain and home to around 7,000 plant species. The city also has numerous fascinating museums including District Six Museum, Bo-Kaap Museum, Iziko Slave Lodge, The Springbok Experience and Cape Town Diamond Museum.

The Cape Peninsula is a superb day trip from Cape Town with stunning scenic drives over mountains and along the coast. Be sure to stop at Boulders Beach to visit the penguin colony as well as the naval town of Simon's Town, drop by the Constantia wine growing region and climb to the top of the cliff above the Cape of Good Hope at the southern-most tip to admire the Atlantic vistas.

Aside from the wonderful array of shops at the V&A Waterfront, other key shopping areas include Long Street and nearby Church Street in the Central Business District. There are also lots of different markets such as the City Bowl Market and Hout Bay's weekend market, while popular malls included Canal Walk, Cavendish Square and Lifestle on Kloof.

The city certainly comes alive at night offering a cosmopolitan atmosphere and mix of world-rated restaurants, vibrant music venues, impressive clubs, cutting-edge theatres, bars and township shebeens that promise a party that goes on and on! The cuisine on offer is as diverse as the people who make up this great city. There are numerous restaurants to try in the V&A Waterfront as well as Heritage Square, Greenmarket Square and St George's Mall.

However you spend your time in this wonderful city, you'll discover there are few places on earth as enchanting as Cape Town.

2 nts Franschhoek Boutique Hotel, Winelands & Beyond

Luxury room with breakfast

Just 45 minutes drive from Cape Town is the scenic Winelands region, a collection of historic towns, little hamlets and Cape Dutch farmsteads whose wines are internationally renowned. Unsurprisingly, the Winelands is also fast turning into a fabulous foodie hub with many first class eateries. The most popular and well-known wine routes pass through Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, with Paarl and Constantia also worthy of a visit.

Regarded as the nation’s wine capital, Stellenbosch has an easy elegance with oak-shaded streets lined with cafes, restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. In addition, some 150 wine estates decorate the vine-swept landscape, many of them with achingly beautiful Cape Dutch manor houses, gardens, hotels and fine-dining restaurants.

Originally settled in 1688 by French Huguenot refugees who introduced their age-old wine and food culture, today picturesque Franschhoek is one of the world’s gastronomic capitals with more award-winning restaurants than anywhere else in the land. Hop on the wine tram to tour the variety of cellars, from small boutique wineries to large estates, and be sure to browse the shops and galleries along the town’s quaint streets.

The Paarl Wine Route, renowned for its rich, full-bodied, spicy red and crisp white wines, is the second oldest in South Africa. Foodies will also find lots of tempting dining venues, from unpretentious family steakhouses to gourmet offerings and everything in between. The surrounding area offers hiking and biking trails, rock climbing, horse riding and more.

Just 15 minutes from Cape Town city centre, Constantia is quite spectacular. Its wines are grown on the slopes of Table Mountain with a unique blend of centuries-old homesteads and new stylish boutique wineries to seek out.

Just outside the Winelands is Hermanus, an attractive fishing village rich in wonderful scenery and endless adventure options. From June to November, Hermanus offers the best land-based whale watching in the world.

1 nts Peermont Metcourt - Johannesburg, Kruger Region

Classic room with breakfast

Covering an area the size of Wales, Kruger National Park has all of Africa’s iconic species - elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, rhino, buffalo, giraffe, hippo and zebra, along with a supporting cast of 138 other mammals and more than 500 bird varieties.

Our selection of lodges comprise those within Kruger National Park, alternative options just outside the park in Hazyview or White River as well as beyond Kruger in the Waterberg Region.

In Kruger National Park itself our featured accommodation varies from good value informal lodges to exclusive properties with every conceivable luxury. All include three meals a day and many have African ‘bomas’ (a traditional outdoor dining experience). All offer two game drives per day, which are usually before breakfast and again later in the afternoon, although exact times can vary. Game drives are in open top four-wheel drive vehicles usually with just six guests per vehicle and an experienced knowledgeable ranger. There may also be the option of bush walks or walking safaris. Some lodges do not accept children and those that do may insist you pay extra for a private game drive if your children are under 7. Most lodges have no fences, so wildlife can be found within the grounds. All lodges insist you are escorted by a member of staff after dark.

For those keen to keep costs down, consider staying just outside Kruger in either Hazyview or White River, which also give easy access to small towns in the area. Prices include breakfast but not game drives; however, these can easily be added on.

Beyond Kruger National Park, wildlife adventures continue in the Waterberg Region. Vast, peaceful and startlingly beautiful, this is a unique wilderness area yet to be fully discovered. Its mountain gorges, clear streams and undulating bushveld hills are rich in indigenous flora and fauna - including the Big Five.

If memorable safari adventures aren’t enough to pique your interest, take a trip to the colossal Blyde River Canyon, one of South Africa’s scenic wonders known for its rust-coloured sandstone cliffs and craggy butresses. Its most famous viewpoints are God’s Window and the Three Rondavels. Other area attractions include the awesome moonscape of Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the charming gold rush town of Pilgrim’s Rest.

1 nts Makalali Private Game Lodge - Kruger Region,

Superior room Full Board & 2 Game Drives per day

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