Best of South Africa Safari

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Best of South Africa Safari

Days 1, 2, 3 and 4 - Cape Town

Cape Town is one of the most scenically beautiful cities in the world, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and crossed by mountains, it really does have it all. Stanley Safaris has partnered with some of the best guides in the city so you can spend your days exploring Cape Town and surrounding Winelands in a unique way, specifically tailored to your interests. Whether you are interested in the arts, the history of South Africa, the vibrant food scene, being active, or simply want to explore a variety of wine farms and sample the incredible wines, we can make that all happen. Cape Town is our home, this is what we live and breathe each day, so we know the secret little spots away from the crowds.

Days 5 and 6 - Winelands

A short drive (or helicopter flight) from Cape Town is the world-famous Cape Winelands. Situated in a picturesque setting, surrounded by mountains and vineyards, this is the perfect way to dive into the making of some of the world’s best wines. Explore the Winelands with an expert guide who has access to the smaller, family-run wineries and taste the wines whilst enjoying the scenery of the area. The Winelands is also home to some extraordinary world-class restaurants that combine the flavors of South Africa paired perfectly with the wines from the region.

Days 7, 8 and 9 - Sabi Sands Game Reserve

After a couple of days exploring the Cape Winelands, you transfer to Cape Town International Airport for your flight to Mpumalanga where you will be met and transferred to the world-famous Sabi Sands Game Reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park. The Sabi Sands is home to the Big Five and is one of the best places in Africa to see the elusive leopard. There are several lodges to choose from within the Sabi Sands Game Reserve to explore the area on daily morning, afternoon, and night game drives as well as walking safaris. Night drives offer guests the chance to see the predators being a little more active. This is when the leopards are on the hunt, using their stealth to take down prey under the cover of darkness. Night safaris also offer the chance to see other nocturnal animals like porcupines, genets, hyenas, springhares, and civets.