South Africa Guided Tours

Escorted Touring South Africa

Some people prefer to visit South Africa in the company of a guide and our Escorted Touring South Africa page features a number of Tours that we have hand picked for their combination of "value for money" with the assurance that guests who are prepared to pay for a Guided Tour get a truly unique experience...

Tours depart from either Nelspruit* (Mbombela) or Johannesburg on request and can be booked either as stand alone Tours or combined to run consecutively!  For first time visitors to South Africa we highly recommend our 7 Day South Africa Wildlife Safari Tour as the main focus of this Tour is to showcase the regions wildlife with "up-close-and-personal" animal encounter experiences.  Extend your holidy with the 4 Day Magnificent Garden Route Tour that starts in Cape Town and ends in Port Elizabeth OR the 5 Day Victoria Falls and Chobe Tour that include visits to South Africas neighboring countries of Zambia and Botswana...OR both for the ultimate experience.

*Rates valid 01 November 2019 - 31October 2020.  Subject to change without notice.  T's and C's apply

Contact us for family rates and Tailor made Guided Tours to South Africa.

Sout Africa Guided Tours Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth


Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park Tour

4 Day Magnificent Garden Route Tour

Departs from: Cape Town (direct daily flights ex Skukuza OR Nelspruit Kruger Airports)

From only ZAR 12 040pp sharing. 
Scheduled departure dates!

Highlights:   Stand at the Southern most tip of Africa, visit Oudtshoorn the ostrich capital of the world and home to the spectacular limesone caverns of the Cango Caves, travel over the scenic Outenique Pass to George and visit the enchanting Tsitsikamma Forest!  Tour ends on arrival in Port Elizabeth known as the "friendly city".  Guests may disembark at Port Elizabeth Airport. 

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6 Day Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park Tour

Departs from:  Johannesburg International Airport OR Nelspruit Kruger Airport

From only ZAR 23 500pp sharing
Flights extra, Visa conditions apply

Highlights:  Direct flights from Nelspruit Kruger to Livingstone in Zambia makes it possible to combine a Kruger Safari with a trip to the Victoria Falls recognised as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.  From Livingstone it is only a short road transfer to Kasana in Botswana which serves as an excellent Gateway to the Chobe National Park.

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South Africa Guided Tour Wildlife Safari Tour 7 Days   Guided Tours South Africa Mozamique and Swaziland 1 week

7 Day South Africa Wildlife Safari Tour

Departs from:  Johannesburg International Airport OR Nelspruit Kruger Airport

From only ZAR 29 250pp sharing
(+/- AUD 2925) (+/- USD 1950)

Highlights:  This Tour focuses on offering guests the opportunity to not only seek and photograph the African animals they dream about seeing but also to get the opportunity to look some of them in the eye and to learn about the plight of South Africa’s wildlife.  Includes both a Private Game Reserve as well as Kruger National Park Safari experiences.

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9 Day South Africa Three Countries Tour

Departs from:  Johannesburg International Airport OR Nelspruit Kruger Airport

From ZAR 24 500pp (Sharing)

Highlights:  This Fully guided Tour includes off the beaten track experiences in 3 Countries including going on a Safari in South Africa's Kruger National Park, spending some leisure time on one the beatiful beaches of Mozambique, meeting the friendly people of Swaziland, and visiting the Tembe Elephant Park in KwaZulu Natal. 

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Special Day Tour Group Offers for our Mpumalanga locals!!!


Valid 1 June-31 Aug 2020.  Day Tour group offers aimed specifically at Mpumalanga locals to catch up with family and friends they might not have seen for a while and reconnect with nature as soon as current COVID-19 travel restrictions are relaxed to allow intraprovincial travel within Mpumalanga and the Kruger Park re-opens for visitors.

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In an address to the nation on Thursday night (9 April), president Cyril Ramaphosa said while it is still too early to gauge the real effect of the lockdown on the spread of the coronavirus in South Africa, initial data shows that it is definitely having an impact.  President Ramaphosa first declared the coronavirus pandemic a national disaster on 15 March, and announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown a few days later on 23 March.  South Africa’s lockdown has since been extended by another two extra weeks until (at least) the end of April.

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