The tour provides the extraordinary chance to connect, mingle and share cultural principles with the local community. Visit Bo-Kaap Malay Quarter. Drive through District Six and Langa, the oldest black township. Tour continues to Khayelitsha, the largest black township in Cape Town. Here we visit the Philani Empowerment Centre and witness the living conditions in a shack.
Discover South Africa’s oldest wine route – Stellenbosch – on an unforgettable day tour led by a tourAfrika guide. You will enjoy visits to three different world-class wine estates including a brief tour of the ‘City of Oaks’. Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in the South Africa.
Visiting Robben Island is one of Cape Town’s obligatory activities. You will set-off from the V&A Waterfront on a ferryboat to this loathsome island, and encounter a peek at South Africa’s distasteful history, both during colonial times and the Apartheid Era.
Enjoy a beautiful view of the ocean on the winding road towards Cape Point. Named the ‘Cape of Storms’ by Bartolomeu Dias in 1488. The Cape Point is located about 1.2km east of Cape of Good Hope it, is the most South Western corner of the African continent and the fictitious meeting point of the Atlantic and Indian oceans.
This tour offers those wanting to experience the birthplace of life, a first-hand experience. Visit the Maropeng Museum and observe how humans evolved. Discover some of the extinct species of animals that went extinct in the last century. The tour stops at the Sterkfontein Caves, one of the richest and most productive Palaeo-anthropological sites.
This is an exciting and informative tour of the vibrant sites and sounds of Soweto. Take in the political and historical importance of the struggle against apartheid’s structures, the suburbs of Soweto, informal settlements, Apartheid Museum and other memorial sites. Visits to Vilakazi Street – home to two Nobel Peace Laureates.
Located just outside the Sandton area are beautiful savannah plains and smooth rolling hills that house the Big 5, painted dogs, cheetah, the rare Cape wild dog, tigers, warthog and over 200 vultures that fly from the Magaliesburg to feast at the reserve. No far from this graceful reserve lies the breath-taking Wonder Cave and UNESCO listed, Cradle of Humankind.
Every so often Pretoria or Tshwane is regarded as “Jacaranda City” and justifies the name in late spring when the Jacaranda trees blossom into a flood of purple. It’s the administrative capital city of South Africa and immersed in the ancient history of South Africa. All these sightings make the city a prefect starting point for adventurous holidaymakers.
65 Casa Bella, 247 Sullivan Street, Centurion, Pretoria,South Africa, 0157
Mon – Fri 08.00 – 17.00
Sat – Sun 08h00 – 13h00