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WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS TOUR
Virtually everything … exc international flights
- Accommodation on a double occupancy basis
- Internal flight to Johannesburg & airport taxes
- Meet & greet airport collection & hotel transfer
- Transport in luxury, air-conditioned coaches
- All entry fees, porters’ tips & drivers’ gratuities
- Services of all guest speakers & tour leader
- Meals with wine & soft drinks: 7 lunches, 6 dinners
- The safari option includes flights ex Maun to and from both safari camps, accommodation on a full board basis & 2 daily game drives
|DATES||13 – 21 APRIL 2016|
|DURATION||9 Days / 8 Nights|
|RATES||ZAR 55,350 p.person sharing|
|SINGLE||ZAR 6,765 supplement|
|EXCHANGE||TO CONVERT CURRENCY|
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Architecture Tour: Description
Explore South Africa’s unique blend of cultures, cuisines, heritage and history.
Enjoy its abundant beauty, endless skies, dramatic landscapes and unforgettable wildlife.
Navigate by natural landmarks as much as by manmade symbols that define the skyline.
See how cutting edge design intersects with traditional and why it’s a cultural melting pot.
Be informed by hand picked experts who share their savvy and delighted by its open hearted locals.
In Cape Town: With its densely layered history, eclectic architecture reflecting the visible influence of its colonial past and deserved reputation as a foodies’ paradise.
Sun drenched landscapes lapped by two oceans, iconic Table Mountain, the bustling Waterfront, an Afro-fusion cultural scene where signature buildings by imperial architects contrast with community focused urban projects.
In The Winelands: With historic homesteads, gabled gems, über-chic wine estates with sculpture-filled gardens. Trace the evolution of the architecturally unique Cape Dutch style, with its mole brown thatch, white-washed walls, symmetrical façades and proud gables.
In Johannesburg: The powerhouse of Africa – a vibrant, cosmopolitan mix, with humble mining beginnings and contrasting cultures and architecture.
Go on a-behind-the-scenes walkabout in a SoHo-inspired urban regeneration project.
See a significant public art collection and galleries with one of a kind collectibles.
Decode human evolution at a centre that explore man’s origins and journey out of Africa.
Bordering The Cradle of Humankind: Wander over a creative arts complex set in landscaped gardens within a private reserve. It’s a hub for inter-cultural exchange that fosters multi-level engagement between international artists, local icons and emerging communities – where the drawcard is art not anthropology.
Celebrate your last night under African stars in a landscape where some 3.5 million years of human activity have taken place in this World Heritage site.
Opt to luxuriate at two magically contrasting locations in Botswana to experience exhilarating wildlife in two ‘get away from it all’ camps.
Zarafa is a traditional style, tented camp bordering Chobe Game Reserve, overlooking abundant plains teeming with game.
Duba Plains is a secluded and remote tented camp on a tree covered island in the Okavango Delta.
Or else discover the mystique of untamed Africa at some alternative safari destinations.