6 Days Private Tour in Cape Town and Kruger National Park

6 Days Private Tour in Cape Town and Kruger National Park Highlight

Experience the ultimate City and safari in private and comfort. While Cape town is the number one destination in terms of a variety of activities to choose from, it does not have a proper Safari and we have designed this Cape Town and Kruger combo to give you an all-round taste of a South African City and Safari feel.

Your journey will start either from Cape town or the Kruger depending on availability at the time of booking. The Cape town experience will be filled with visits to beach areas, national parks with an abundance of unique indigenous flora, wine country, and landmarks, and places of historical Significance. After you Cape town experience, you will be flown to the Kruger area for your Safari experience in one of Kruger national parks most pristine areas.

Here you can expect to see a large variety of animals including the spotted hyenas and the endangered wild dogs. We will also pick for you the most all-inclusive bush camps while in the Kruger.

  • Public transportation nearby
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not stroller accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Infant seats unavailable
  • Not recommended for people with heart conditions
  • We can Pick up all travelers from all locations in Cape Town or Johannesburg. We also pickup all travelers from both Cape Town international airport and O.R Tambo international airport.
  • External flights
  • Spa services while at safari
  • WIFI While on vehicle
  • Cape Town accommodation
  • Experience Type:  Multi day tour
  • Attributes:  Outdoor · Private experience
  • Duration:  6 Day
  • Booking in advance:  Can be booked no later than 2 day(s) 12 hour(s) before opening time
  • Categories:  Cultural and theme tours · Shore excursions · ATV / quad tour · Bus / minivan tour
  • Live tour guide:  English
Day 1 Cape Town To Oudtshoorn
The twelve Apostoles are a mountain range that emerges from the back side of Table Mountain and running towards south above the Camps Bay suburb. One of the best places to view the Twelve apostles in their glory is a braai area known as Maiden's cove. Maiden's cove got its name from the fact that this is where all the maiden British lady at the Cape used to take their last bath before marriage. From maiden's cove, one also gets to witness the Southwestern view of the Lionshead, the granitic white sandy beach of Camps Bay, and also Camps Suburb which is one of the poshest suburbs in Cape Town. While here, you will be given time to walk around and take pictures or even walk all the way down towards the Atlantic where various granite boulders make for great pictures.
Hout Bay is an urban to rural town hidden between mountains. Constantia Berg to the East, The Chapman's peak to the South and The Sentinel to the west. Early Europeans that came to settle in Cape Town used the town as a timber outpost due to the abundance in indigenous trees here that made very good timber for boat and wagon making, so the Town became known as Hout Bay which was Dutch for Wood Bay. Today, Hout Bay has rich and poor suburbs. The rich are predominantly businessmen with some of them owning fishing boats and fish factories since Hout Bay has one of the busiest fishing harbors in Cape Town. The poor also take park in fishing businesses but rather informally so as their forefathers did thousands of years before the arrival of the Europeans at the Cape in the late 1400s. Hout Bay also has a beautiful white sandy beach popular with the locals. The heartbeat of this small town is at the harbor where you can buy souvenirs or even embark on boat trip to see seals at seal Island.
There are three passes that takes you in and out of Hout Bay, namely, Constantia Nek, Sugar bush, and the world-famous Chapman's peak drive. While the Sugar bush and Constantia Nek gives one good views and a peaceful and lush environment, the Chapman's peak drive on the other hand will make you feel like traversing the edges of a landslide in space. Spanning for about 9km from North to South, Chappies, as it is known locally, is one of the most scenic passes in Sout Africa. Chappies also has multiple picnic sites and lookout points where your guide will be glad to stop for you to enjoy the views and take pictures.
At the extreme southwestern point of Africa lies Cape point national par, a home to the world's richest floral kingdom. Cape point welcomes over a million visitors every year and remains one of the most visited places in South Africa but still manages to maintain its pristineness, historic significance and one of the best nature protecting national parks. While you are here, your guide will drive to the different sections of the park to point out landmarks of significant reference and also the unique flora of the Cape. Cape point nature reserve also has hiking trails that ranges from easy to moderate. One of the hikes starts from the cape of good hope, passing a pristine white sandy Diaz beach before ending at Cape point. You can also expect to see animals while you are here. Antelopes, Ostriches and baboons are some of the animals that are frequently spotted but one can also expect to spot the evasive Zebras and Caracals.
Along the false bay coast of South Africa is a thriving African penguin colony at Boulders beach. Littered by over 500-million-year-old granite boulders, boulders beach attracts a lot of tourists daily, visiting the beach to have a glance at the adorable African penguins nesting at Boulders white sandy beach. Although the beach is secured due to the penguins being threatened by extinction, you will be able to get very close to them by walking on the boardwalk built there to give visitors a good view of the penguins but still managing to keep people away at the same time.
Day 2 City, Robben Island Table Mountain tour
At the Southern end of the famous Cape town City Bowl is an Iconic landmark standing tall and creating a natural amphitheater of Cape town city, Table Mountain! A cable car with a rotating floor will whisk you up t0o the summit of the flat top mountain where you will enjoy a 360-degree view of Cape Town. Your guide will explain to you about the geology of the mountain, the Table Mountain sandstone flora and also point out some important landmarks to you and explain about their historical significance.
Cape Town is regarded to be the oldest colonial city in South Africa and thus boast of many buildings, landmarks and different establishments of a historical significance. The Mother City as it is known is nestled between the Lions head to the West, Atlantic Ocean to the North and Table Mountain, creating what seems like a natural amphitheater to the South. Main roads such as Buitengracht, Philip Kgosana drive, Herengracht, Strand Street and Helen Suzman Boulevard divides the City into Suburbs and Business districts known as Foreshore, De Waterkant, Bo-kaap, Vredehoek, and Gardens. Also littered throughout the city are public and heritage parks, monuments depicting historical events and also formal and informal markets where one can indulge in gift shopping or other essentials. Your guide will most likely start the tour from Bo-kaap and will take you through the humble and historic Cape town city unpacking all the history and also visiting a couple museums, coffee shops and many more.
Robben Island is situated just a short of 10km off the Cape's west coast belt. The oval shaped Island has over the years been known to be a place of banishment, hopeless condemnation of humanity, but in the recent decades, a beacon of hope for a just society and a good reminder to never repeat the implementation of horrendous political ideologies of the past. A trip to Robben Island starts from the Nelson Mandela gateway which is located in the Western part of the V&A Waterfront. After a 30-to-40-minute ride by ferry to the Island, you will be welcomed by former prisoners of Robben Island who will give you a tour of the Island by bus before venturing not the former prison cells. One of the most infamous cells is the one once occupied by the late Nelson Mandela for 18 years. Once the guided tour on the Island finishes, you will be given some time to walk around on your exploring sites and points of interest.
Day 3 Cape Winelands Wine Tasting and sightseeing Tour
Ernie Els wines is located in the Golden triangle of Stellenbosch which is known to be one of the best wine growing regions in South Africa. Due to the diverse soils in this region, farmers can practice dry land viticulture due to the good water holding capacity and good drainage qualities of the soil. Ernie Els farm, which was formerly owned by a former world No 1 South African golfer of the same name, focuses mostly on Cabernet Sauvignon that may also be blended with Grenache, Merlot and a Chenin Blanc.
For avid bronze art and garden, The Dylan Lewis sculpture garden is one of the best in the country. Combining garden, the backdrop of the Heidelberg Mountain, and brilliant big cat sculpture, Dylan Lewis might have created a unique setting of art and garden never seen before. Before entering the garden, you will receive maps that takes you into different routes and also provide you with the meaning behind every sculpture. Mind you that the sculptures are not erected at random locations but are aligned to a certain natural feature just like how the pyramids of Giza are aligned with Orion. After your sculpture garden adventure, the tour will continue towards Stellenbosch for more history and wine experience.
Besides being known as Sout Africa's second oldest colonial town after Cape Town, Stellenbosch is also known to be the center of the South African wine industry. Laid out for the growing of grapes and olives during the time of the administration of Simon van ser stel in the late 1700s. Stellenbosch continues to grow as a leading global viticultural and gastronomic region. The town center is layered with historical building that gives one a sense of a bygone era. Most buildings which were built as homesteads for the Afro European communities now operates as hotels, shops and Museums. Your guide will give you an orientation of the town before you are dropped off to explore the town further on foot for a few minutes.
Delheim wines is a family run farm located just off the Route44 highway between Stellenbosch and Klapmuts wine regions. Resting on the Western banks of the famous Simonsberg mountains, it creates a perfect setting for either a world class lunch or wine tasting with beautiful views.
Day 4 Kruger national Park
Timbavati meaning something sacred that came down from heaven is a private nature reserve seating on the western age of the Kruger national park between 2 South African provinces Limpopo and Mpumalanga. Measuring over 500 square meters in area, the Timbavati was a brainchild of a group of farmers that sought to preserve nature by consolidating their farms to form one of South Africa's natural wildlife reserves. Today, the reserve 12 different safari lodges. Depending on availability at the time of your booking, you will be staying in one of these all-inclusive lodges where you will be treated with morning and night game drives. A diverse fauna roams this area Including the spotted hyena, the rare cape wild dog, and mysterious white lion. Timbavati luxury lodges also has spa facilities where you may want to make use of in between game drive at own cost.
Overnight at Timbavati Luxury lodges or similar
Day 5 Kruger national Park
It is similar to day 4. Morning and late afternoon game drive. You also have an option tom swap one game drive for a bushwalk. The bushwalk is conducted by trained rangers and animal trackers who will walk around with you in the wild looking for animals. You also have an option to either go for a spa in between the 2 safari activities or just relax in your luxurious accommodation.
Overnight at one of Timbavati bush camps
Day 6 Kruger national Park
It is similar to day 4. Morning and late afternoon game drive. You also have an option tom swap one game drive for a bushwalk. The bushwalk is conducted by trained rangers and animal trackers who will walk around with you in the wild looking for animals. You also have an option to either go for a spa in between the 2 safari activities or just relax in your luxurious accommodation.
Overnight at one of the 12 Timbavati bush camps
Day 7 Kruger national Park to Johannesburg
It will be the checkout day. You will be transferred to Hoedspruit where you will catch a flight to Johannesburg for your connecting flight to your home or extended vacation after the Cape town and Kruger package.
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