8 Day African Safari
from $4,799 per person

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Bush, beach, and vibrant cities - capture the essence of South Africa from the slopes of Table Mountain to the golden vineyards of the Cape Winelands; FOR MORE INFO CALL 1-888-722-4872

Cape Town, Table Mountain, Cape Peninsula, Cape Winelands, Skukuza, Sabi Sabi

Meals: 7 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 4 Dinners

Accommodation: 7 nights

Internal Flights included


Arrive in the bustling and vibrant city of Cape Town to enjoy all the best that South Africa has to offer. You will be met by a GET/Lion World Travel representative at Cape Town Airport and transferred to the luxurious Table Bay Hotel.

The Table Bay Hotel offers the ultimate in 5-star luxury accommodation, setting its own standards in international service, cuisine, and luxury. The Table Bay Hotel is conveniently positioned in the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront against the stunning backdrop of the working harbor, Table Mountain, and the Atlantic Ocean.

Accommodation: Table Bay Hotel – Luxury Sea Facing King Room

Depart on your Table Mountain and Cape Peninsula Tour exclusively for our guests.


Meeting Point: Table Bay Hotel – Reception Area

Meeting Time: 7:50 AM

Departure Time:  8:00 AM

Drop-off Point: Table Bay Hotel

Drop-off Time: Approx. 5:30 PM

Take a cable car ride up to the top of Table Mountain (weather dependent) to enjoy the magnificent view of the Cape.

Not only is Table Mountain a scenic background for photographs, but it is also a place from where you can take breathtaking photos of Cape Town. After marveling at the awesome views, you will depart on a Cape Peninsula Tour. On this tour you will see why the area earned the name of The Fairest Cape. 

Sit back and relax, as you drive along the exquisite stretch of coastline known as Millionaire’s Paradise – from Clifton to Camps Bay, to the exclusive beach hamlet of Llandudno – towards the charming working harbor of Hout Bay. The tour then winds its way along the legendary Chapman’s Peak Drive, offering breathtaking ocean views.

After a stop for lunch (your own account), visit the wild and beautiful Cape of Good Hope Section of the Table Mountain National Park. You will have the opportunity to ride the Flying Dutchman funicular (optional and own account) to the old lighthouse for awe-inspiring views! 

Finally, the tour makes its way back along the coast towards the city, visiting the historic naval port of Simon’s Town and the endearing African penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Accommodation: Table Bay Hotel – Luxury Sea Facing King Room (B)

Enjoy a day at leisure in the fascinating city of Cape Town or choose to join our Franschhoek Experience Tour, exclusively for our guests, at a special price of $175 per person.


Meeting Point: Table Bay Hotel – Reception Area

Meeting Time: 8:55 AM

Departure Time:  9:00 AM 

Drop-off Point: Table Bay Hotel

Drop-off Time: Approx. 5:00 PM

Please let us know if you would like to join this excursion which will run as follows:

After a leisurely breakfast, you will be met by your guide for your tour of the Franschhoek Valley in the Cape Winelands. Stop in Franschhoek, where you will have time to take a stroll down the main road of this quaint town where you will find world-class shops and boutiques.

Your next stop is the world-renowned Haute Cabriere Winery for a wine tasting and a fun and insightful cellar tour, including a Sabrage demonstration (Sabrage is a technique for opening a champagne bottle with a saber).

The next stop is La Bourgogne Wine Farm which was among the first Huguenot farms proclaimed in 1694, where you will enjoy an olive oil tasting followed by lunch, where the chef creates an amazing menu using a lot of ingredients grown on the farm.

After lunch, participate in an hour-long wine-blending experience at Rickety Bridge Winery. This interactive session will give you a chance to experience a crucial part of the wine-making process, and you can leave with a bottle of wine.

Later you will transfer to your hotel in Cape Town.

During your stay in Cape Town, you will enjoy a complimentary dinner at Karibu Restaurant.

Accommodation: Table Bay Hotel – Luxury Sea Facing King Room (B, D)

Enjoy another day at leisure or choose to join a Samosa Folding Class experience with Fayruza Abrahams exclusively for our guests at a special price of $100 per person.

Samosa Folding Class

Meeting Point: Table Bay Hotel – Reception Area

Meeting Time: 9:55 AM

Departure Time: 10:00 AM

Drop-off Point: Table Bay Hotel

Drop-off Time: Approx. Midday

For years Fayruza Abrahams has been introducing visitors to her kitchen, to the delicious world of Cape Malay cooking. The Samosa Folding Experience includes a spice tutorial on how to mix masalas, fold and fill samosas, and make chili bites. Enjoy what you have made with spicy tea.

Return to your hotel to enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to explore the many attractions in and around this cosmopolitan city, or simply relax on the fashionable beaches of Camps Bay or Clifton.

 Accommodation: Table Bay Hotel – Luxury Sea Facing King Room (B)

It is time to say goodbye to beautiful Cape Town as you are transferred to Cape Town International Airport for your scheduled flight.


Meeting Point: Table Bay Hotel – Reception Area

Meeting time: 8:15 AM

Departure Time: 8:20 AM

Drop-off Point: Cape Town Airport

 DEPART CAPE TOWN: 10:35 AM - 4Z 651


On arrival at Skukuza Airport, you will be met and transferred to Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge where you will spend 4-nights on a fully inclusive basis including two daily game drives.


Pick-up Point: Skukuza Airport

Pick-up Time: 1:05 PM

Drop-off Point: Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Deep in the bushveld overlooking a waterhole and an open plain, lies Bush Lodge, steeped in tradition. With a history spanning over 35 years, the lodge has earned a reputation as a “luxury home in the bush” offering excellent service and effortless personal attention.

Bush Lodge is designed to allow ample space to relax, unwind and appreciate the tranquility of the bush.  The large, covered viewing decks overhanging the riverbed offer a place to sit in comfort while spotting game at the well-utilized pan. An exquisitely furnished lounge, atrium and intimate bar area are there to be enjoyed when you are not out on game drives.

This afternoon you will head out on your first game drive. It is sure to be an exhilarating experience. Return to the lodge after sunset for a delicious dinner and a drink around the fire.

Accommodation: Sabi Sabi – Bush Lodge – Suite (B, L, D)

You will be taken on early morning and late afternoon open vehicle game drives. You also have the option of a bush walk accompanied by experienced field guides.

On the early morning game drive, you will catch the tail end of the night exploits of nocturnal creatures and view the new day life of the bush. This is a two to three-hour safari experience that ends in a sumptuous breakfast back at camp.

The anticipation of the safari begins again after tea when the intensity of the African heat begins to subside. This game drive coincides with the routines of nocturnal wildlife on the prowl. There is nothing quite as enthralling as pursuing the tracks of the big cats. The excitement of each drive is interrupted by a refreshment break, to accommodate any call of the wild and revitalize you with a sundown cocktail.  Back in the tranquillity of the camp setting sit around the fire and share bush tales and indulge in the delicious meals prepared by the chef.

Accommodation: Sabi Sabi – Bush Lodge – Suite (B, L, D)

Your final day of dawn and dusk game viewing activities in this wildlife reserve. In between game drives relax in the tranquility of the bush surrounding your suite. The traffic of game frequenting the trails through and beyond the camp.

During your stay, take an immersive Community Tour – a great introduction to learning how Tourism benefits Community and Conservation at Sabi Sabi. This tour will showcase the following areas: Swa-Vana Care Centre – a center for young people including children with disabilities as well as children living with HIV / AIDS. The center ensures that the children are well nourished and that they have a safe space after school and a place for play and homework.

Nearby is the Digital Learning Centre where guests will see how technology is used to teach Grade 4’s English and Math and offers the school leavers a place to start molding a career in hospitality and Tourism.

Continue to the Marula Water Tower to view the recently built solar-powered water pump offering filtered water to the entire community of Huntington. The tap network project spans a 2-mile radius around the pump, making this a fully sustainable community. Over and above the water tower they are turning the site into a community vegetable garden which will feed the village and lodge. The last stop will be a visit to the Traditional Healer (the Induna) before returning to camp.

Accommodation: Sabi Sabi – Bush Lodge – Suite (B, L, D)

After an early morning game drive to track the animals that may have eluded you so far, followed by breakfast, you will be transferred to Skukuza Airport for your flight to Johannesburg. (B)

Bid farewell to the place that has given you unforgettable wildlife encounters in the African bush. 


Pick-up Point: Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge – Reception Area

Pick-up Time: 11:05 PM

Drop-off Point: Skukuza Airport

DEPART SKUKUZA: 1:35 PM - 4Z 862


Return home with a lifetime of memories!

Price Includes


  • South Africa domestic flights: Cape Town/Skukuza/Johannesburg
  • All services and tours as specified.
  • Transportation in luxury air-conditioned vehicles
  • Accommodation as specified.
  • Meals as specified.
  • Game drives as specified in the itinerary.
  • Services of Rangers/Trackers
  • Get/Lion World Travel Representative meet and greet upon arrival.


  • Round-trip international airfare
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • All other services are not mentioned.
  • Optional sightseeing as per itinerary led by English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees for sightseeing as indicated.
  • Gratuities/tips for game rangers, tour guides, and drivers
  • Costs of obtaining passports and/or visas
  • Trip Cancellation, Interruption, and Medical Insurance – please note that insurance for this trip is a mandatory requirement from suppliers in Africa – proof of insurance must be provided before bookings are confirmed. It is your personal responsibility to ensure you have enough travel insurance coverage from the provider of your choice. Please let your Africa Specialist know if you would like information on this.

Dates & Prices

Departure Date Price per person Single Supplement
Jan 22, 2024 $4,799 $700
Feb 22, 2024 $4,799 $900 
Mar 18, 2024 $5,199 $900 
Apr 10, 2024 $5,199 $700 
May 22, 2024 $5,199 $700 
Jun 20, 2024 $5,199 $700 
Jul 22, 2024 $5,199 $700 
Aug 20, 2024 $5,199 $700 
Sep 16, 2024 $5,199 $700 
Oct 20, 2024 $5,199 $900 
Nov 20, 2024 $5,199 $900 
Dec 2, 2024 $5,199 $700

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Please Note:

  • Visas: United States of America passport holders will be issued with an entry permit valid for 90 days upon arrival into South Africa. The South African Government requires that you do have at least two blank visa pages in your passport for a visitor’s entry & exit permit to be stamped onto – please see additional information below. On arrival into Johannesburg, please clear Immigration from the Foreign Passport holder’s channels.
  • Visas: Canadian passport holders will be issued with a Temporary Resident Visa/Permit, valid for 90 days, upon arrival in South Africa. This visa/permit is issued free of charge and is in the form of a stamp. The South African Government requires that you have at least two blank visa pages in your passport, one for the visa/permit and the other for an exit stamp. On arrival into Johannesburg, please clear Immigration from the Foreign Passport holder’s channels.
  • Passports: Please ensure that you are in possession of a valid passport with at least TWO BLANK PAGES marked “VISA” and that this is valid for at least 6 months after your intended return date from South Africa. If you are visiting other countries, please establish entry requirements and have additional blank visa pages for those countries as well. In accordance with South African government regulations, boarding will be denied should you not have the correct number of pages in your passport.
  • Traveling with children: if you are traveling to South Africa with a child/children under the age of 18 please check with your Africa Specialist as to what documentation is required as different rules apply depending on several variables. Generally, if both parents with the same last name as the child(ren) are traveling together with the child(ren), the only necessary document for the child(ren) is a valid passport. However, in some cases, unabridged birth certificates might be required and as these regulations can change without notice, we do suggest all children under 18 travel with an unabridged birth certificate. If a single parent is traveling with the child(ren), as well as an unabridged birth certificate (in English), an affidavit in English from the other parent registered as a parent on the birth certificate of the child(ren) authorizing him or her to travel must be produced too. They should also have a certified copy of the parent not traveling’s passport. Children traveling with guardians including but limited to grandparents, teachers, coaches, etc. should have all the above. Airlines will be forced to deny boarding if the required documentation is not produced. *Please note this regulation changes frequently and without notice – we suggest you travel with the documents to avoid possible issues*
  • Malaria: If you are visiting an area where malaria is found – this includes the Greater Kruger National Park area incorporating the Sabi Sands, Thornybush, Timbavati Kapama, and other private game reserves, please contact your physician or travel clinic for advice as to what precautions against malaria they suggest for you.
  • Valuables: Some areas you visit will be quite poor by our standards and it is thoughtless to flash money or jewelry. We urge you to leave valuables, passports, etc. in hotel safes or with camp managers at lodges that do not provide safes.
  • Luggage: International flights – economy class:

Some international airlines allow 2 pieces of checked luggage weighing no more than 23kg/50lbs on Trans-Atlantic flights.

KLM, British Airways and in some cases Kenya Airways only allow 1 piece of checked luggage weighing not more than 23kg/50lbs.

Domestic flights in South Africa:

If your domestic flights are issued as part of your international air ticket, the same allowance as on the international ticket will apply. If your domestic flights are issued on separate tickets, most airlines will have a luggage restriction of one piece of checked luggage weighing no more than 23kg/50lb. Your Africa Specialist will be able to tell you which rule would apply to your tickets. Always go with the most restrictive rules to avoid having to either pay for excess luggage or be asked to leave items behind.

Irregular-shaped luggage and luggage with long straps that cannot detach may need to be wrapped (this is a payable service offered at major airports) if they are to be checked.

Hand/carry-on luggage should weigh no more than 8kg/17lb with dimensions not exceeding 56cm x 36cm x 23cm, total dimensions of 115cm (22 inches x 14 inches x 9 inches, total dimensions of 45 inches). You can also carry a slimline laptop bag or small purse. Exceeding the carry-on restrictions will result in you being sent back to the check-in counters and checking the bag.

  • Johannesburg Airport Luggage Storage: Storage is located on BASEMENT LEVEL 1 From International Arrivals head towards the Exit, take escalators down one level, and Luggage Storage is on your left. The rate is ZAR 100.00 per bag per day; payment is CASH ONLY (no credit card facilities) at the time of drop off.
  • Airport Lounges in South Africa: O R Tambo Airport in Johannesburg, Cape Town Airport, and King Shaka Airport in Durban all have Bidvest Premier Lounges that have agreements with various airlines and corporate clients e.g., Diners Club, Priority Pass, etc. which allow the cardholder access based on the terms and conditions set by the respective issuing company. Cash visits are also welcome.
  • Walk-In Rates (payable at the lounge – prices below are valid until June 30th, 2023). Domestic R283.00: valid for two hours prior to your scheduled flight departure time. International R475.00: valid for four hours prior to your scheduled flight departure time.

Pre-purchasing the access online is slightly less expensive – please let us know if you would like us to collect your payment and purchase the access on your behalf.

  • Photography/Security: Do not take photographs of the local people without their permission. Never take photographs of military, military institutions, armed forces barracks, policemen, the President, Government officials or airports.
  • Import regulations: Please note that the import of meat or any products thereof (dried, canned, etc.), plants, seeds, vegetables, fruits, livestock, endangered wildlife species, and products thereof (for example clothing and accessories) into the United States and Canada are prohibited. This includes Ostrich eggs and animal skins for sale in Africa! 
  • USA Security: You may be asked to turn on any electronic or battery-powered devices such as telephones, tablets, e-books, and laptops in front of airport security teams and /or demonstrate the item’s functionality. Please make sure you do all you can to ensure that items are fully powered before arriving at the airport, items may be confiscated if you are not able to demonstrate their functionality.