Journey to what is widely called the ‘cradle of humanity’ – Southern Africa.
Did you know that the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa is home to a land-based colony of penguins? “Penguins in the desert?” you say …
Yes, South Africa is full of such surprises. No wonder, considering it is known by many as the ‘cradle of humanity’ and is certainly home to some of the most spectacular savannas and wildlife reserves on the planet.
Suffice to say that touring in Southern Africa through Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa offers one of the most eye-opening holiday experiences you could imagine.
From whale watching atop the summit of Cape Point, to standing in awe of Victoria Falls in Botswana or spotting the ‘Big Five’ at Kruger National Park in one of the world’s oldest national parks – this is where the wild things are. For more urbane tastes, try sipping on a glass of Pinotage – a South African specialty wine – or soaking in the atmosphere of the Waterfront. A tour through Southern Africa ticks all the boxes for an inspiring and exhilarating dream holiday.
Journey through the Garden Route in the Tsitsikamma Rainforest; be amazed during guided big game drives in national parks; see ancient rock art at Drakensburg National Park; experience the majesty of the Kingdom of Swaziland and venture into ‘the city of gold’ – Johannesburg.
Spend 18 days touring Southern Africa on Evergreen Tours’ South Africa and Victoria Falls tour, seeing these sights plus so much more:
- 18-day deluxe Southern Africa tour, including Victoria Falls
- three nights at Kruger National Park
- two nights in Botswana
- game drive experiences: Addo, Kruger and Chobe National Parks
- drive the Garden and Panorama routes
- Table Mountain cable car ride for views of Cape Town
- visit Cape York Peninsula and the Cape of Good Hope
- 31 meals including three outdoor ‘Boma’ dinners.
For more information and bookings, please visit www.evergreentours.com.au
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