South Africa Couple Safari – Luxury

South Africa Couple Safari – Luxury

  • Days 1–4 : Cape Town
  • Days 5–6 : Franschhoek Wine Valley
  • Days 7–9 : Sabi Sand Game Reserve
  • Price From : $6,007 per person
  • Duration : 8 nights
  • Best Months : Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Countries : South Africa

A luxury safari to South Africa’s Cape Town, Winelands, and Sabi Sand is one of the most popular and very best trips we sell. Ending in the exceptional Londolozi, great game viewing is guaranteed, matched only by the sheer quality of the camps.

This trip includes not only Cape Town and the Winelands, but the Sabi Sand Game Reserve too! We use properties that provide exceptionally good standards of service, making for a very personal and private experience. All the little touches that make a stay special are in place, and the destinations you will visit throughout the trip are among the finest in the country!

While in Cape Town, you will stay at Cape Grace. This is one of the city’s most iconic hotels, with a fabulous location on the V&A Waterfront! Your time in the Winelands will be spent at Babylonstoren, a luxurious boutique hotel on a Cape Dutch working wine farm. And the Sabi Sand’s Londolozi Varty Camp is the setting for the last few days of your trip. This is a super-sumptuous property, making for a very grand finale!

Save up to $690 per person

Book and travel before 20th December to enjoy savings on this luxury South Africa safari

Travel from: 5th January - 19th December

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The price below is based on two adults travelling together and please note that the prices are approximates. Please contact us for accurate costings for the time of year you are looking at travelling. There are multiple season changes across the year and numerous rooms categories that can change the price of these safaris.

From approx $6,007 per person in low season

To approx $7,787 per person in high season

Prices include all internal flights, transfers, reserve fees, accommodation and meals as specified in the day-to-day itinerary. Prices exclude international flights, tipping, visa, and any meals not included.

A luxury safari to South Africa’s Cape Town, Winelands, and Sabi Sand is one of the most popular and very best trips we sell. Ending in the exceptional Londolozi, great game viewing is guaranteed, matched only by the sheer quality of the camps.

This trip includes not only Cape Town and the Winelands, but the Sabi Sand Game Reserve too! We use properties that provide exceptionally good standards of service, making for a very personal and private experience. All the little touches that make a stay special are in place, and the destinations you will visit throughout the trip are among the finest in the country!

While in Cape Town, you will stay at Cape Grace. This is one of the city’s most iconic hotels, with a fabulous location on the V&A Waterfront! Your time in the Winelands will be spent at Babylonstoren, a luxurious boutique hotel on a Cape Dutch working wine farm. And the Sabi Sand’s Londolozi Varty Camp is the setting for the last few days of your trip. This is a super-sumptuous property, making for a very grand finale!

Save up to $690 per person

Book and travel before 20th December to enjoy savings on this luxury South Africa safari

Travel from: 5th January - 19th December

Days 1–4 Cape Town

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On Day 1 of your trip, you will fly out to Cape Town and transfer by road to Cape Grace, on the V&A Waterfront – and on its very own quay! Although this hotel is very close to all the V&A’s attractions, it is also well tucked away from the crowds. Cape Grace is a truly exquisite place to stay, featuring comfortable lounges and its Signal restaurant – an eatery that never fails to delight with innovative cuisine. You can also enjoy afternoon tea in the hotel library, or something special at the whisky and wine bar! If you like to keep active on holiday, you will appreciate the fitness studio, while if a spot of pampering is required you need only head to the spa. You will stay in one of Cape Grace’s Table Mountain Luxury rooms. These rooms boast views of the city’s magnificent mountain, in addition to all the amenities you could desire for a comfy few days – air conditioning, satellite television, internet access, an iPod docking station, and a generously stocked private bar! The hotel is ideally situated for you to check out the V&A’s own cafés, bars, and restaurants, as well as attractions that are only a short drive away – Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.

Board basis and activities:
Bed-and-breakfast accommodation, including morning tea and coffee with wake-up call, evening port and sherry, shower room for early arrivals and late departures, undercover and surface parking, luxury chauffeur transfer service (10km/6-mile radius), wireless internet access, and Cape Wine experience.

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Days 5–6 Franschhoek Wine Valley

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On Day 5, you will transfer by road to the Winelands, to Babylonstoren. This boutique hotel has a lovely location on a working wine farm in the Drakenstein valley. Its carefully restored Cape Dutch-style buildings are set in over 3.5 hectares of gardens – there is even a prickly pear maze! The communal areas have a homely farmhouse feel, with their thick whitewashed walls and cosy fireplaces. There is also a fine assortment of restaurants, including Babel, which sources the property’s own gardens for ingredients and is housed in an old cow shed! Babylonstoren also has a wine-tasting room, where you can enjoy the farm’s own selection of wines. The guest accommodation consists of nine one-bedroom suites, all with access to an outdoor swimming pool as well as a hot spa area featuring sauna, salt room, and vitality pool. The hotel is perfectly positioned for you to explore the Winelands. Tours are available every day and guests are encouraged to get involved with life on the farm!

Board basis and activities:
Bed-and-breakfast accommodation, including full access to garden, guided garden tour, guided farm walk, cycling around the farm, canoeing or rowing on the farm dams, personalised bar in room, and a laundry service (six items daily).

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Days 7–9 Sabi Sand Game Reserve

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For the final part of your trip, you will return by road to Cape Town International Airport and fly to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, via Nelspruit Airport. In this wildlife-rich region, you will stay at Londolozi Varty Camp. The Camp is situated within its own reserve, at the heart of the Sabi Sand. Named after the Varty family who founded Londolozi, it has a very classic feel, with communal areas featuring brown tones that convey the family’s love of the earth. The lounge is raised on stilts, providing superb views of the surrounding bushscape, including the seasonal Sabi river. The property also has a library, boutique, swimming pool, and massage room! Londolozi Varty has ten suites, all very well appointed. Each is decorated in a similar style to the communal areas, and highlights include a spacious en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers, a large veranda, and a private plunge pool! Activities focus on exploring the Londolozi Reserve, via vehicle and walking safaris. Sightings of lion and leopard in this part of the Sabi Sand are excellent! There are numerous other predators too, as well as plenty of herbivores – giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, bushbuck, waterbuck, and kudu.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, teas and coffees, soft drinks, selection of house alcoholic drinks, two game drives daily, nature walks, access to fitness room, transfers to and from Londolozi airstrip to lodge, and a laundry service.

On day 9, you will fly from the Sabi Sand to Johannesburg and connect on to your international flight home.

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