This snappy break is ideal for those seeking the quintessential South African experience without much time on their hand. In a mere week, this luxury adventure takes in 5 of the Top 10 tourist spots in the country, while providing ample time to relax at leisure.

Start at one of the most beautiful cities in the world, recently crowned as the World Design Capital for 2014. Whether you’re a nature lover, adrenalin junkie, compulsive shopper, party animal, history buff, gourmet connoisseur or just a discerning traveler, Cape Town has something for everyone, all round the year. And right outside the city lies the tranquil countryside including the famous Winelands that is perfect for a day’s outing to sample award winning wines.

The next part of your adventure is straight out of Animal Planet or National Geographic. Prepare to be awed as you see a furtive leopard dozing on a tree, spot a black rhino half-hidden in thick shrubs, follow a pride of lions stalk their prey, delight in the antics of an oxpecker on the magnificent horns of a buffalo or watch a large herd of elephants silently cross the road. You will have life-changing, heart-stopping close encounters with the legendary Big Five in Kruger National Park. Get pampered with 5-star luxury in the heart of wilderness, with interactive game drives and open air dinners under the star-lit African sky.



Cork & Fork: A Perfect Match!

If fine dining and classy wines are your idea of a dream holiday, then look no further! We know you won’t resist the unique blend of cork and fork, and this 10 day gourmet adventure takes you on a pilgrimage through four of the most popular wine routes of South Africa.

Start off in the Mother City with a funicular ride to the top of Table Mountain for breathtaking panoramic views. It’s a holy trail of wine discovery thereafter starting in the Constantia Valley, at one of the oldest vineyards of the country. Explore some interesting wineries and feast on incredible gastronomic spreads. Meet very talented winemakers who will share their passion for wines and take you for warm lunches in stylish restaurants. And if you’re lucky. catch a glimpse or two of the gentle giants of the ocean frolicking meters from the shoreline, right from your bedroom! The end is as impressive as the beginning in the wine capital of Stellenbosch with an insightful cultural township tour and an iconic winemaker personally hosting you on the final day.



Prepare yourselves for an extraordinary vacation filled with one-of-its-kind experiences. Starting in Robertson, the small town with a big heart, to close encounters with the Big 5, and ending in the pulsating Mother City.

Indulge in classic gourmet cuisine at fine dining restaurants wine tasting, and a relaxing river cruise experience.



Mossel Bay is a small harbour town situated on the Garden Route in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. A favourite coastal and holiday destination, it has over the years developed into a town of unhurried hospitality, complementing the natural beauty and rich cultural history of the District of Eden. It was here that the first modern Europeans have set foot on southern African shores – commemorated at the Da Gama Museum Complex in the town-centre.

Washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Mossel Bay offers sandy beaches stretching into the horizon, whale watching in season (June – mid November), water sport and extreme adventures. The Bay of Attraction, as Mossel Bay is often referred to, is also a paradise for any shopper hunting for local art and craft or maritime objects, and a hub for good entertainment and exquisite dining on the Garden Route.



Situated on the scenic Route 62 and cupped between the Langeberg and Riviersonderend mountain ranges with the Breede River running through the valley. The Robertson Wine Valley was formed in 1983 and represents 48 wineries from Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson. The wine route is regarded as one of the most pro-active in the SA Wine Industry, and have a great sense of unity among its members.

Today the Robertson Wine Valley is widely regarded as one of SA’s premium wine destinations and independent studies have shown it to be one of the wine routes of choice. The valley is a dream for those loving scenic drives with flower-fringed roads taking you from wine farm to wine farm. The people are friendly and relaxed, urging you to spend a little extra time to really get to know all the area has to offer.



Are you dreaming about an exotic honeymoon? Or just a romantic getaway? Around Cape Town you find endless vineyards, beaches, breathtaking landscapes and the most friendly people in the world. Exciting safaris and fantastic restaurants, just your own fantasy puts a limit to what you can do here.