African Safari and Winelands 2020

  • Adults-only, nine-day safari with stops in Cape Town, the Winelands of South Africa, and the country’s best private game reserves
  • Wine and dine in South Africa’s premier wine region
  • Daily game drives in search of lions, elephants, and more in Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands Game Reserve
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Discover South Africa’s unparalleled beauty on this luxury, adults-only safari, departing in July 2020. Your nine-day vacation begins in the Winelands, South Africa’s most celebrated wine region, where you’ll enjoy wind-swept beaches, sun-dappled vineyards, and gourmet restaurants. 

The last six days of vacation will be spent on safari across two of the best private safari reserves in the country: Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands Game Reserve. By day, you’ll embark on guided game drives in search of the so-called “Big Five” animals—lions, leopards, rhinoceroses, elephants, and Cape buffalo. By night, you’ll rest easy in luxury safari camps and elegant lodges, outfitted with all the comforts of home.

Quick Facts

  • Dates
    July 12–20, 2020 or July 25–August 2, 2020
  • Price
    Starting at $24,900 for two travelers
  • Group Size
    18 travelers
  • Minimum Age
    18 years old
  • Suggested Airports
    Arrival: Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Departure: O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB)

Experience Highlights


  • The Winelands

    During your visit to the Winelands, spend a few days touring the nearby wineries by bike or by car. At night, retire to your accommodations at the famed Richard Branson property, Mont Rochelle.

  • Kruger National Park

    Foray into this iconic national park—which boasts more mammals than any other game reserve in Africa—in search of lions, giraffes, and more on guided game drives. Partake in a traditional Boma dinner beneath the stars on your last night in Kruger.

  • Sabi Sands Game Reserve

    Home to the highest density of big game in South Africa, Sabi Sands is known for its close and frequent encounters with wildlife. Two rivers meander across the reserve, which make for incredible wildlife-viewing opportunities at several watering holes.

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