Destinations - Cape Town, Robben Island, Cape Point, Johannesburg


Day 1 – Cape Town

Arrive at Cape Town International Airport. Be met by our representative and After Enroute Lunch transfer to your hotel.

 

The Mother City, “Cape Town, is the tourism capital of South Africa, receiving the largest number of tourists of any South African city. The area is also famous for its unique plant life: fynbos (an Afrikaans word meaning "fine bush"), a shrubby vegetation type similar to other winter rainfall shrublands, in which proteas are prominent and characteristic and which occurs nowhere else but the Cape coastal belt, the adjacent mountains and some isolated inland mountain tops. Fire is a necessary stage in the lives of almost all fynbos plants. In readiness for fire, most proteas retain their seeds on the bush for at least one year, a habit known as serotiny, strikingly beautiful and long-lasting, which accounts for their use in dried floral arrangements”

 

Arrive at your hotel and check in, Spend some time freshening up and leisure.

 

Proceed for an Orientation Tour including Signal Hill. Embark on an orientation tour of Cape Town as we ascend to Signal Hill en route admiring beautiful Cape Town. Continue to Signal Hill, winding uphill to Lion’s Head past the domed, kramat (tomb) of a revered Muslim holy man. Continue to the House of Parliament and Company Gardens.

 

Evening, transfer to a Bhandaris Restaurant for a Gala Dinner with 2 belly dancers with free flow of hard liquor

 

Overnight: Table Bay hotel (One of the best in Cape Town)

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Day 2 - Robben Island, Camps Bay, Table Mountain, Gala Dinner

 

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Today you depart to the waterfront to board a fairy proceeding to Robben Island
During the apartheid years Robben Island became internationally known for its institutional brutality. The duty of those who ran Robben Island and the Robben Island prison was to isolate opponents of apartheid and to crush their morale. Some freedom fighters spent more than a quarter of a century in prison on Robben Island for their beliefs. Those imprisoned on the Island succeeded on a psychological and political level in turning a prison 'hell-hole' into a symbol of freedom and personal liberation. Robben Island came to symbolise, not only for South Africa and the African continent, but also for the entire world, the triumph of the human spirit over enormous hardship and adversity.

 

Lunch will be served at the Raj Restaurant. After lunch spend some leisure time at Camps Bay’s Beach. One of the most vibrant and popular suburbs in Cape Town, Camps Bay lies just beyond the four beaches of Clifton in an exceptionally beautiful setting amongst the Twelve Apostles and Lion‟s Head, on the other side of Table Mountain.

 

Proceed to Table Mountain (Weather Permitting)
Table Mountain which offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a bird’s eye view of the city. The upper cable car station is situated at 1067 metres and the revolving cable car makes sure that your trip up and down gives you a 360 degree aerial view of the city. After the Table Mountain Tour, depart to the Waterfront for a Champagne Sun Set Cruise.

 

Dinner will be served at a Local Restaurant with free flow of hard Liquor and DJ

Overnight: Table Bay hotel (One of the best in Cape Town)

 

Day 3 – Full Day Cape Point Tour


Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Today we flank the cold Atlantic Ocean en route to Hout Bay. Once a Fishing community now one of the most popular residential areas, the harbour still has a charm of days gone by. Enjoy a half-hour cruise to "Seal Island “or for the not so adventurous the fish market "Mariners Wharf" is a must. Then we travel onwards until we reach Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. (Opportunity to See Ostrich as well)

 

Lunch will be served at Bhandaris Fishhoek . Said to be the romantic meeting place of the two mighty oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian, Sir Francis Drake the Explorer once called it "the fairest Cape that we saw in the whole circumference of the Globe”. And rightly so, it must be the highlight of any visit to the Mother City, if not South Africa.


Our last stop of the day is at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, home of some 3,500 species of Southern African fauna and flora. The fertile green valleys of the Cape Winelands are surrounded by proud mountain ranges. Towns and villages have many historic homesteads and monuments, and every so often fruit orchards are to be seen, whose produce may be found in all corners of the world. It is the Mediterranean climate and winter rainfall of the south-western Cape that produces some of the best wines in the country.

 

Half Day conference at the hotel with Tea Coffee Break and basic . Conference Amenities.

 

GALA Dinner - will be served at Jewel of India, with hard liquor and South African Local Dance Performance (Can not be at the hotel as Indian food will not be possible and typical South African or Continental food from hotel will not be good for Gala Dinner)  

Overnight: Table Bay hotel (One of the best in Cape Town)

 

Day 4 – Johannesburg

 

Breakfast will be served at the Hotel.

 

Today you check out and depart to Cape Town International Airport for your Flight to Johannesburg, upon arrival is met by a representative for your transfer to Hotel.  


Johannesburg is an African city of note. Johannesburg is characterized by contradiction and an apparent seamless combination of irreconcilable differences. The largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg is also the wealthiest and, without doubt, the economic powerhouse of Africa.

 

Lunch will be served at the Local Indian Restaurant. Later Proceed to Gold Reef City to explore this beautiful creation. With a small orientation tour of Johannesburg. Proceed by road transfer from Gold Reef city to Sun City and check in at the hotel.

 

Evening, transfer to a Indian Restaurant for a Gala Dinner with DJ and Music and South African Local Dance Performance with free flow of hard liquor


Overnight: Sun City Main Hotel

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Day 5 – Pilanesberg National Park and Transfer Out


Breakfast at the hotel

Today you check out and depart after breakfast for Safari inside Pilanesberg National Park, After Safari transfer for Indian lunch followed by transfer to O.R. Tambo International Airport for your Flight back home! (Brunch Packets to be provided at the airport)

EK 766 22:20 (Need to reach airport latest by 20:00 Hrs)

 

 

Flight Details:


HUB

FROM

TO

FLIGHT

DEP

ARR

DELHI

DELHI

DUBAI

EK 515

20:40

23:00

15 SEATS

DUBAI

CAPE TOWN

EK 772

3:50

11:40

 

CAPE TOWN

JOHANNESBURG

SA 314

08:00

10:00

 

JOHANNESBURG

DUBAI

EK 766

22:20

8:20

 

DUBAI

DELHI

EK 516

10:10

14:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHENNAI

CHENNAI

DUBAI

EK 547

21:40

0:35

15 SEATS

DUBAI

CAPE TOWN

EK 772

3:50

11:40

 

CAPE TOWN

JOHANNESBURG

SA 314

08:00

10:00

 

JOHANNESBURG

DUBAI

EK 766

22:20

8:20

 

DUBAI

CHENNAI

EK 546

14:45

20:10

 

 

 

 

 

 

KOLKATA

KOLKATA

DUBAI

EK 573

20:30

0:30

20 SEATS

DUBAI

CAPE TOWN

EK 772

3:50

11:40

 

CAPE TOWN

JOHANNESBURG

SA 314

08:00

10:00

 

JOHANNESBURG

DUBAI

EK 766

22:20

8:20

 

DUBAI

KOLKATA

EK 572

13:35

19:15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MUMBAI

MUMBAI

DUBAI

EK 509

22:20

0:05

20 SEATS

DUBAI

CAPE TOWN

EK 772

3:50

11:40

 

CAPE TOWN

JOHANNESBURG

SA 314

08:00

10:00

 

JOHANNESBURG

DUBAI

EK 766

22:20

8:20

 

DUBAI

MUMBAI

EK 502

13:20

17:40

 

 

Weather Forecast for Cape Town and Johannesburg:

 

 

Max

Avg

Min

Sum

Temperature

Max Temperature

20 °C

18 °C

15 °C

Mean Temperature

16 °C

14 °C

12 °C

Min Temperature

11 °C

10 °C

7 °C

Weather at Cape Town can be rainy and we will also be visiting beaches so we suggest you to please carry Jackets and Beach Wear. We will also be visiting Lions Park so please do not forget to carry your cargo with Shoes.

 

Don’t :

  • Keep valuables and cameras in plain sight when walking in busier areas – this can prove all too tempting for opportunists. Keep valuables locked up safely and be cautious.
  • Be tempted to give money to the street children you see – heartbreaking as they are. Instead, visit The Homestead or one of the other many organizations working to help street children, and support the work that these groups are doing.
  • Ever attempt to hike Table Mountain alone, without a map or Cape Town tour guide. Hikers can easily get lost, fall or get stuck and with the weather turning within minutes it can be very easy to lose your bearings on the mountain.
  • Leave your belongings on the beach while you swim – always ensure that someone stays to guard your bags, and take turns to keep things safe.
  • Do not ever use ‘negro’ or ‘black’ which is banned in Africa, as it’s thought.
  • Reflecting black slaves and their descendants who were trafficked to the United States.
  • Do not call African indigenous ‘African’, as in Africa, the so-called African refers only to a specific group of people, the Republic of South Africa Netherlands Hispanic whites.
  • Do not call Afrikaners “Dutchmen” and Do not call Afrikaans “Kitchen Dutch.” Afrikaners Do not consider themselves Dutch.
  • Do not take photos of government/military buildings or police stations, nor pick dirty, poor cluster areas to film, which hurts local people’s self-esteem and is considered as bad behavior

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