There’s nowhere quite like Cape Town with its melting pot of cultures, cuisine and landscapes. Our Cape Town City tour includes a walk through the Company’s Garden, a visit to the Castle of Good Hope, and a meander through the famous colourful Malay Quarter - Bo-Kaap.
Crowning the tour off, visitors can enjoy a thrilling trip up the iconic Table Mountain to soak up spectacular views of Robben Island, the city and the magnificent coastline - weather permitting.
Sandwiched between the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, the breathtaking Cape Peninsula drive passes through some popular attractions such as Camps Bay, Chapmans peak, and Noordhoek towards the legendary Cape of Good Hope.
Some peninsula highlights include: hopping on a cruise to Seal Island and visiting Boulders beach to witness free-roaming penguins.
Finally, we will head to the beautiful Winelands region of the Western Cape with a visit to the historical towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, where you’ll learn about the history of the area and winemaking with a visit to the Mont Rochelle wine estate, part of the famous Virgin Collection owned by Richard Branson since 2014.
Known for its breathtaking natural wonders, Namibia offers a wealth of endless attractions and adventurous activities.
Highlights include: a walking tour through the magnificent Namib Desert, one of the oldest deserts in the world; visiting Dead Vlei, featuring dark petrified acacia trees contrasted against the white clay pan floor; and discovering the beauty of Sossusvlei, renowned for its majestic, golden red dunes.
We will visit the famous Dune 45 in Sossusvlei, enjoy sandboarding and quad biking around the Swakopmund River mouth into the surrounding rolling dunes, and exploring the otherworldly lunar landscapes of Moon Valley.
Visitors will enjoy the Sandwich Harbour and Marine Cruise which offers the opportunity to watch dolphins, and meet friendly seals and pelicans while enjoying fresh oysters and drinks.
Lastly, jump on a jeep tour to view the Pink Salt Lake dotted with flamingos. Other popular activities include feeding lions and cheetahs as well as visiting a local Himba Village to learn about the traditions, culture, and rural life of Namibia's last traditionally existing tribal group.