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Meet new friends and experience the best of South Africa and Swaziland on a fantastic 17-day safari

Amatungulu Tours combined 4 of their most popular tours to give you one amazing long travel experience. By designing a mini-coach tour for up to 14 people, we are setting the best South Africa and Swaziland has to offer with this 15 to 17-day Cape to Kruger picturesque and authentic safari experience. A group tour means more privileges for Tourists like:

-Meet other Tourists and share travel stories, -The more we are the less you pay, -Make memories that will last forever.

The 17-day Cape to Kruger Tour starts with the Cape Town, Winelands, Garden Route & Addo National Park section. Cape Town, the world’s most fabulous city is the oldest city in South Africa and has a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years. Visit Table Mountain, Wine Farms, the Cango Caves, The Garden Route and the Addo National Park to see the Big 7. Read more here:

From here we search some of the country’s most beautiful beaches on the Picturesque Wild Coast, a stunning section of Eastern Cape coastline stretching from East London in the south to the border of KwaZulu-Natal in the north. It is the home of the Xhosa people and incorporates estuaries, sandy beaches, natural heritage sites, craggy cliffs, waterfalls, and rolling hills, providing spectacular scenery and real authentic traditional experiences.

“The Boers occupied the railway Station on the 20th October 1899 and were shelled the following morning by a British mounted patrol with artillery…”

This is but one of the foregone Anglo/Boer and Anglo/Zulu war excursions you can discover on the Kwazulu-Natal Drakensberg, Battlefields & Midlands Meander Tour. On this section you not only indulge yourself in bloody battles, but also tweak up your adrenaline level with a slide through the forest at the Drakensberg Canopy Tour. We also visit the world renowned Drakensberg Boys Choir at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Gold rush history re-experienced, amazing scenery and Big Five game drives. On the Panorama route we experience the amazing view from God’s Window, visit the Berlin Falls and Bourke’s Luck Potholes. An interpretation tour will take us to the Kadishi Tufa waterfall via a boat trip on the Blyde Dam. An abundance of wildlife will keep you distracted while learning more about the natural history of the Blyde Canyon. See the Big 5 with game drives in the Kruger National Park, a night game drive to a bush braai, and a game drive in Swaziland.

Some of the highlights you will experience include:

Two Oceans Aquarium, Bo Kaap Museum and walk, Table Mountain by Aerial Cableway, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Groot Constantia, Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town, Cape Point, Table Mountain National Park, Flying Dutchman Funicular, Vergenoegd wine farm, Spier Wine Farm, Eagle Encounters, Mzoli's Gugulethu (optional), Route 62 – Karoo, Cango Caves Heritage Tour, Featherbed Eco Experience, Bloukrans Bridge Bungee Jump (optional), Whale watching Nelson Mandela Bay, Addo Elephant Park game drive and night game drive, Bawa Falls, “Execution Rock”, Nelson Mandela Museum at Qunu, “The Hole in the Wall” Coffee Bay, sleep in a rural rondawel (hut) of a traditional Xhosa village, Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve, KZN South Coast, Discover Battlefields Routes, Enjoy game drives to see the big 5 (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard and buffalo), Attend a Drakensberg Boys Choir concert, Nelson Mandela Capture Site visit, History of the discovery of gold. Pilgrim's Rest, Barberton “Geo-Route”, Pinnacle Rock, God’s Window, Berlin Falls, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Echo Caves, Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Boat trip on the Blyde Canyon Dam, Jane Goodall Institute’s Chimpanzee Eden, Swaziland to watch glass blowing, Game Drive at Hlane Royal National Park and game drives in the Kruger National Park. You now have the option to go on to Cape Town, doing 2 more days of touring where we drive to the capital city of South Africa’s Northern Cape Province on our way to Cape Town. It’s known for its 19th-century diamond mines, like the deep, hand-dug Big Hole. Nearby, the Kimberley Mine Museum is a re-creation of the town in its heyday, and displays jewelry and uncut diamonds where we take a tour, and then drive to Cape Town through the semi desert region of the Karoo.

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