Cape Winelands & Kruger Park Safari

South Africa


Cape Winelands & Kruger Park Safari

The Cape Winelands, is South Africa's wine growing region, north-east of Cape Town, in Western Cape. The winelands stretch from the Cape Overberg in the south-west, through the Little Karoo and the West Coast into the adjacent province of the Northern Cape. The regions 20 wine routes, among the most scenic in the world, feature historic wine estates with classic Cape Dutch-style buildings. Constantia, a 20 minutes' drive from Cape Town, is the closest wine region to the Mother City.

This private, luxurious tour is an ideal for romantics. Starting in Cape Winelands visit Franschhoek Wine Valley, known as the ‘gourmet capital of South Africa'. Next, climb the Table Mountain in Cape Town and stroll on the beautiful V&A waterfront. Then spend four nights in Kruger National Park and Sand Sand Game Reserve. This tour includes private touring with your own guide and driver and accommodation in South Africa’s best hotels and lodges.


What We Love
  • Enjoy personalised wine tastings at some of South Africa's premier vineyards
  • Take game drives at two separate game reserves renowned for their wildlife.
  • Designed with the best luxury accommodation and services available
  • Travel any day – shorten or lengthen the tour to suite your wishes
  • This safari tour is designed to provide maximum outdoor experience
Need to Know
  • This trip may require walking and 4x4 drive on rough surfaces.
  • We carefully select the world's best safari operators in each destination.
  • We offer 24/7 support to give you complete peace of mind during your holiday.
  • We can arrange other preferred luxury safari properties of your choice.
  • We can arrange private air charters to lodges throughout South Africa. 



Cape Winelands & Kruger Park Safari Cape Winelands, Cape Town, Safari (Kruger National Park with Singita Luxury Resorts)
(11 Days – Travel Any Day)

Day 01 – Arrive Cape Town
Cape Winelands Arrive in Cape Town, where you will be met by your private guide for the transfer to the Cape Winelands. Spend two nights at a luxurious retreat in Franschhoek with private touring in the region, including personalized wine tastings at some of South Africa's premier vineyards and a visit to the charming town of Stellenbosch. There will be ample time to explore the town, browse high-end artisan boutiques and indulge in some of the country's most acclaimed gourmet restaurants.
Overnight La Residence (D)

Day 02 – Explore
Cape Winelands Your full day excursion takes in the tranquillity and beauty of the Cape Winelands. Spend some time exploring Franschhoek on foot - a host of shops and galleries line the Main Street, providing a wonderful choice of antiques, a world class collection of artworks and interesting bric-a-brac to browse through. After a picnic lunch (own account) at a well-known wine estate, we travel to Stellenbosch and onto Spier Wine Estate.
Overnight La Residence (B, L, D)

Day 03 – Transfer
Cape Town Private transfer to Cape Town for three nights, with touring en route and afternoon tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel. This afternoon, you could take the shuttle bus service to the bustling Victoria and Alfred Waterfront entertainment district, and spend some time exploring on your own.
Overnight hotel of your choice (B)

Day 04 – City Tour
Cape Town Cape Town – or The Mother City, as its warmly known – is recognized as one of the world’s most strikingly beautiful cities, and for visitors, there’s no finer place to examine the exquisite lay of the land than from the cable car as you travel right up to the very top of aptly-named Table Mountain. The views from on high are breathtaking.
Overnight hotel of your choice (B)

Day 05 – Tour Cape Peninsula
Cape Town This morning, tour the Cape Peninsula, an area of scenic beauty. Travel along the Atlantic Seaboard to Hout Bay, and continue through the leafy suburb of Constantia. Visit the Cape Point Nature Reserve, and ride the funicular to the viewpoint of the meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. From Cape Point, travel to the naval town of Simonstown for lunch (not included) at Seaforth, and then visit Boulders Beach to see resident African Penguins. Return to Cape Town in the late afternoon for an evening at leisure.
Overnight hotel of your choice (B)

Day 06 – Safari
Kruger National Park Private transfer and scheduled flight to Kruger National Park for a two-night luxury safari
Stay at two ultra-luxurious safari lodges and enjoy morning and afternoon game drives and guided bush walks during your stays. If desired, a visit to a local community can be arranged. There will also be time to indulge in spa treatments and enjoy elaborate gourmet meals paired with South Africa's best wines.
Singita Lebombo (B, L, D)

Day 07 – Safari
Singita's Private Concession Morning and afternoon wildlife safaris. Singita's private concession in Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Reserve are renowned for their diverse wildlife—including the Big Five.
Singita Lebombo (B, L, D)

Day 08 & 09 – Safari
Singita's Private Concession Transfer and flight to Sabi Sand Reserve for two-night luxury safari.
Singita Boulders (B, L, D)

Day 10 – Airport Transfer
Depart Johannesburg Transfer and scheduled flight to Johannesburg. Private transfer to international terminal (B)

Cape Winelands & Kruger Park Safari South Africa

Make this your holiday

  • Exclusive Tour: your own private multilingual guide throughout the trip  
  • Recommended Price: 5-star: GBP 400 - £700 per person per day, excl. flights
  • Price Guarantee: costing 25-30% less than similar tours of the same flexibility & quality
  • Tailor Made: customised itinerary to create your dream holiday
  • Duration: shorten or lengthen the tour to suit your wishes
  • Dates: depart and return whenever you choose
  • Hotels: change hotel grade to suit your budget
  • Group Discounts: call 020 8350 6199

Getting There Johannesburg with its O.R. Tambo International Airport is the air transport hub of Southern Africa and is linked to the rest of the world by major airlines. Other international airports are located in Cape Town and Durban, but few flights from Europe or America fly directly to either destination. There is a good network of internal flights.

Travelling around South Africa is mostly by car and a good range of car rental companies are available. The road system is amongst the best in Africa. However, travelling off the beaten track to the national parks is virtually impossible by public transport. This is mostly organised by local tour operators.

When to go The best time to visit Kruger and most wildlife parks in South Africa is from May to September. This is the dry season and animals congregate around waterholes and rivers. The climate of South Africa is generally mild throughout the country with warm, sunny days and cool nights. There's really not a bad time to visit, but winter is a good time (especially October) if you are going for a safari – grass is short, and the animals tend to gather around watering holes.

In winter, due to altitude, temperatures drop to the freezing point, and in places even lower. Snow is a possibility June-August in the mountain areas. It generally rains in the afternoon during the summer (November-February) everywhere in the country except in the Cape Province, where it rains during the winter.