Sample Kosher South Africa Itinerary 2

Option 1 Self driver

26 June : Johannesburg – Port Elizabeth

Arrive at OR Thambo International Airport (ORTIA) in Johannesburg. You will be met on arrival and assisted to Domestic Departures for onward flight to Port Elizabeth. Arrive at Port Elizabeth where you will be met and transferred to The Windermere for an overnight stay.

27 June : Port Elizabeth – Plettenberg Bay Rental car will be delivered to the hotel. Depart for Plettenberg Bay. En route stop at The Tsitsikamma Forest, an indigenous forest with giant yellowwood trees, lush vegetation and deep gorges. Travel through the magnificent Nature’s Valley and Bloukrans Pass and visit the “Big Tree”, an 800 year old Yellowwood. At the Storms River mouth there are several short walking trails into the forest – optional walk – time permitting. Plettenberg Bay Check in at Anlin Beach House of a 4-night stay. 

28 June : Plettenberg Bay Shabbat. There is a Shul nearby.

29 June : Plettenberg Bay Suggestion: This morning you can do an unforgettable 4-hour tour of the Featherbed Nature Reserve. This private reserve is accessible only by ferry and the excursion includes the ferry trip across the Knysna Lagoon to the reserve, a 4x4 trailer ride to the top of the western Head of Knysna and an optional 2,2km walk down the “Bush Buck” trail, through milkwood forests, into the sandstone cliffs and into the historic beachcomber caves. The qualified guide will share interesting tales and information about the area. If you don’t wish to walk down you may take a vehicle return to the bottom. The afternoon you can spend wandering around Knysna, famous for its wooden arts and crafts or visiting Birds of Eden or Monkeyland or hiking in the area. Birds of Eden, is the Garden Route’s own world-class free flight bird sanctuary. The unique two-hectare dome (the World’s largest) spans over a gorge of indigenous forest. The sanctuary has its own mysterious ruin, which incorporates a walk-behind waterfall. The sanctuary’s dome incorporates the ability to synthesise thunder and create short spells of rain from an irrigation system in the dome structure. Roofed viewpoints within the gorge have been erected for use during these brief rainstorms. Monkeyland is the world’s largest free-roaming primate sanctuary. Here you can wander around on your own or accompanied by a ranger.

30 June : Plettenberg Bay – Cape Town Suggested: This morning you’ll depart Plettenberg Bay and travel over the spectacular Outeniqua Pass into the Little Karoo, arriving at Oudtshoorn, which was the “feather capital” of the world in the late 1800’s. (You could do hikes etc if you prefer in Knysna area) The Jewish community was very influential in the development of the industry and the growth of Oudtshoorn. There are about 20 Jewish families remaining. Visit the Cango Caves, an underground wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, an ostrich farm (there is opportunity for limited ostrich riding here) and the Cango Wildlife Ranch. We may be able to have the Shul opened for you. Arrive at George Airport in the late afternoon from where you’ll take a flight to Cape Town. You will be met on arrival and transferred to The Clarendon Bantry Bay for a 5-night stay.

1 July: Cape Town Your rental vehicle will be delivered to The Clarendon. Own arrangements – Proceed to explore this magical city. Take a cable-car up Table Mountain; visit the Jewish Museum and Holocaust Centre. The South African Jewish Museum was officially opened by former president Mr Nelson Mandela in 2000 and is a major attraction in CT. It is situated on the heritage site of the Gardens Synagogue, the Cape Town Holocaust Centre and Gitlin library. The Museum narrates the story of SA Jewry from its early beginnings. Its entrance is situated in the Old synagogue that dates back to 1863. The museum is interactive and high-tech, providing a host of experiences at include audiovisual presentations, multimedia, reconstructed sets and interactive computers.

2 July – Cape Town Own arrangements – suggested Depart on a full day sightseeing tour to Cape Point. This 25 mile drive to Cape Point should include a stop at Hout Bay, a beautiful fishing village from where a boat trip can be made to Duiker Island, to see the mass of seals (weather permitting) .To arrive at Cape Point, you pass through the 7750 hectare plant rich expanse of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This reserve is home to a variety of indigenous wildlife species including the Cape Mountain zebra, red lynx, caracal and a variety of antelope. In addition about five troops of chacma baboons frequent the area. There are also over 250 species of marine birds. Viewers may be lucky enough to spot seals, whales and dolphins. Leaving the reserve you drive along the False Bay coastline to Boulders beach, home of the largest Jackass Penguin colony in South Africa. A stop can then be made at Simonstown a naval base or Kalk Bay, the new “in” place for arts and crafts in the Cape. Then it’s back to the city via Boyes Drive.

3 July : Cape Town Own arrangements. Suggested: South Africa is the world's seventh largest wine producer, and its vineyards are as spectacular as those of France, Italy and California. Leaving Cape Town proceed through the spectacular mountain scenery and lush fertile valleys of the Cape to Stellenbosch, South Africa's second oldest city. This oak lined university town has a museum showing different styles of architecture in the Cape from the 16th century. Make your way to Franschhoek, nestled in the valley where the French Huguenots first settled. Visit the Taal Monument in Paarl. Pass the Victor Verster Prison from where former President Mr. Nelson Mandela was released in 1994. The day can be spent combining a mixture of fascinating history with spectacular scenery and wine tastings at a kosher winery. 4 July : Cape Town Own arrangements. Various suggestions can be made depending on your interests. Here are just a couple. Robben Island is a heritage site, the maximum security "prison" where former president Nelson Mandela was held for 27 years. The Robben Island tour starts at Jetty 1 on the V&A Waterfront where the ticket office, shop and information centre is located. The standard tour includes a return boat trip across Table Bay, a visit to the infamous Maximum Security Prison; interaction with an ex-political prisoner; a 45 minute bus tour with a guide providing commentary; the opportunity to explore the Murray's Bay Harbour precinct including the African penguin boardwalk and hide. The tour lasts 3.5 hours including the return ferry rides that take 1/2 hour each. This afternoon you could visit Kirstenbosch : These magnificent gardens nestle on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, in the southern suburbs. The National Botanical Garden covers 560ha of land, stretching up the mountain to its highest point. There are several walks that lead through the garden, where staff cultivate 4000 of the 22000 southern African flowering plants in a setting of mountain streams, pools and rolling lawns. At any time you should visit the V&A Waterfront, which is Cape Town’s hot spot for shopping and entertainment. Set amidst a maritime backdrop of modern ships and turn of the century sailing vessels, the V&A Waterfront provides a harmonious setting for a drink or a stroll along the pier. The most remarkable and unique aspect of the V&A Waterfront is that it remains a real working harbour with a rich cultural heritage dating back hundreds of years.

5 July : Cape Town Shabbat. Shul is in walking distance of The Clarendon.

6 July : Cape Town – Nelspruit – game lodge This morning you’ll make your way back to Cape Town Airport for a flight to Nelspruit, from where you will transfer by light aircraft to a game lodge situated in the Sabi Sands Game reserve. Check in for a 3-night stay. Options: www.ulusaba.com www.idube.com The Sabi Sands is a private reserve adjacent to the world famous Kruger Park. The fences are all down here so the game passes freely between the reserves. There are a number of ways to view the wildlife, from the unparalleled panorama from the viewing deck of your chalet, to the guided game walks and drives The area is marked by its diversity, from the leopards and lion that own the open spaces to the herds engaged in the ebb and flow of an archaic migration. Each creature is an intrinsic part of a precarious cycle, from the hundreds of species of birds to the flora and intriguing insect life. The days and nights here are shared with the animals, the sounds and smells of the African bush Game drives in open 4x4 vehicles with an experienced ranger and tracker, offer exciting sightings of Africa’s “Big 5” plus a host of other animals and magnificent birdlife. The afternoon game drive starts immediately after tea, and clients will return to the lodge after dark in time for drinks and dinner. During the drive a stop is made for refreshments and the drive continues using lights to spot the nocturnal animals. The activities at the lodge include late afternoon game drives, early morning game drives and an optional bush walk after breakfast. The game drives are all conducted in open Land Rover game drives accompanied by experienced rangers and trackers, ensuring an informative and stimulating safari experience. These drives are undertaken at times best suited for game viewing at the particular time of the year. The rangers advise of an early morning wake up call followed by a game drive, returning for breakfast. The afternoon game drive departs at approximately 4.00pm and returns at approximately 7.00pm. Afternoon drives extend into the evening with the aid of spotlights to view seldom seen nocturnal species. 7 July : Game Lodge (on safari) It's an early start for the morning game drive. As the early morning sun rises over the horizon, rangers and trackers head out with guests into the African bushveld. One can sense the excitement… who knows what to expect? A herd of ever-cautious impala huddled together, a leopard in the branches of a knobthorn tree with a kill from the last hours of darkness, a herd of elephant feeding in the lush vegetation or a pride of lion in the shade of an acacia. Tea/coffee are served prior to departing the lodge, and again there will be refreshments about mid-way through the drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Now clients have the option of a bush walk, accompanied by an armed ranger. A wonderful way to learn about the flora and fauna of the area. Afternoon/evening program as per previous day.

8 July : Game lodge (on safari) Another day on safari

9 July : Game lodge – White River After early morning game drive and breakfast you’ll be collected for a tour of the Mpumalanga Escarpment. Blyde River Canyon.  You will pass through many scenic routes while driving through this area. A tour could include the historic mining town of Pilgrim’s Rest, the panoramic splendour of God’s Window, the Blyde River Canyon (the third largest canyon in the world) and the rock formations of the Three Rondawels and Bourke’s Luck potholes. A number of waterfalls such as Mac Mac Falls could also be included in the tour. Pilgrims Rest The history of gold mining on the greater escarpment is encapsulated in the museum displays, shops, mines and hills of Pilgrims Rest. This village became a household name in 1873 when a miner, Alex Patterson, discovered alluvial gold on the farm Ponieskranz. The mine, which operated profitably for many years, was eventually closed in 1972. Today many of the original buildings have been restored to create a living museum. Bourkes Luck Potholes This natural feature is a magnificent example of a landscape hewn over centuries by the movement of water. You will view the potholes and rock-faces from bridges spanning the river. Blyde River Canyon The third largest canyon in the world, and one of the area’s most spectacular attractions. There are views over the province into the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. You’ll be dropped off at Jatinga Country Lodge near White River. Check in for an overnight stay. (www.jatinga.co.za) 10 July : White River – Johannesburg - USA Spend a relaxed morning at Jatinga. You’ll be transferred to Nelspruit Airport in the early afternoon for a flight to Johannesburg. Check in for return Trans-Atlantic flight.

PRICE 

Please note that no reservations have been made and prices will be subject to availability at hotels and lodges and seats on flights in V class.

Prices will also be subject to increases in airfares, fuel, airport and security taxes, and any increases in government taxes and levies.

Breakfasts will be cold kosher items only.   Price INCLUDES: • Meet/greet on arrival at ORTIA • Flight Johannesburg – Port Elizabeth (PE) • Transfer from PE Airport to The Windermere • Light dinner for flight Johannesburg – Port Elizabeth • 1 night at The Windermere – bed/breakfast • Car hire - Polo Classic or similar, maximum cover. 4 days on Garden Route. Includes : Unlimited kilometres; Airport Surcharge; Tourism Levy; Maximum Collision Damage Waiver (CDW); maximum Theft Loss Waiver (TLW); PAI – Personal Accident Insurance; Windscreen Damage; Tyre, Rim and Hubcap damage • 4 nights at Anlin Beach House – seaview suite – bed/breakfast • Light lunches and 3 course dinners at Anlin. • Flight George – Cape Town • Transfer from Cape Town Airport – The Clarendon, Bantry Bay • 6 nights in a superior room at The Clarendon Bantry Bay – bed/breakfast • Car hire in Cape Town – Polo Classic or similar. 5 days maximum cover. Inclusions as above car rental. • Flight Cape Town – Nelspruit • Light aircraft flight from Nelspruit – Ulusaba/Idube Game Lodge • 3 nights in Safari Room at Ulusaba including all meals, game activities, teas/coffees, all drinks, laundry, transfer from landing strip, fruit basket and wine in room on arrival, 30 minute relaxing massage each, private dinner on last evening with personal butler, complimentary space available upgrade; gift on departure OR 3 nights at Idube Game Lodge including all meals, game activities, teas/coffees, transfer from landing strip. • Full day panorama tour incl light lunch • 1 night in superior room at Jatinga Country Lodge – bed/breakfast • Kosher 3 course dinner and light lunch at Jatinga • Road transfer Jatinga – Nelpruit Airport • Flight Nelspruit – Johannesburg • 14% VAT • 1% Tourism Levy   Price EXCLUDES: • Trans-Atlantic flights • Porterages • Tips • All drinks and other bar purchases (except at Ulusaba) • All meals not itemised above (Cape Town) • Attraction entrance fees • All items of a personal nature including telephone calls, laundry (except at Ulusaba), excess baggage, curio purchases etc • Charges relating to car rental : Fuel deposit / Refundable Deposit, Claim administration fee in the event of damage and/or theft; Additional Driver Fee; Child Safety Seat; Collection & Delivery Fees; Contract Fee; Cross border fee; One-way cross border fees; One way fee within country; Sandblasting; Traffic fine handling fee; Valet charged when applicable; Water and under-carriage damage to vehicles; Young driver surcharge; Frequent flyer miles • Insurances. We strongly recommend that all travellers take out comprehensive insurance to cover medical, personal, baggage, cancellation and curtailment.

OPTION 2 : PRIVATE GUIDE FOR GARDEN ROUTE & PRIVATE GUIDE  AND SELF-DRIVE FOR CAPE TOWN

26 June : Johannesburg – Port Elizabeth Arrive at OR Thambo International Airport (ORTIA) in Johannesburg. You will be met on arrival and assisted to Domestic Departures for onward flight to Port Elizabeth. Arrive at Port Elizabeth where you will be met and transferred to The Windermere for an overnight stay. 

27 June : Port Elizabeth – Plettenberg Bay Your private tour guide will collect you at The Windermere. Depart for Plettenberg Bay. En route stop at The Tsitsikamma Forest, an indigenous forest with giant yellowwood trees, lush vegetation and deep gorges. Travel through the magnificent Nature’s Valley and Bloukrans Pass and visit the “Big Tree”, an 800 year old Yellowwood. At the Storms River mouth there are several short walking trails into the forest – optional walk – time permitting. Plettenberg Bay Check in at Anlin Beach House of a 4-night stay. 

28 June : Plettenberg Bay Shabbat. There is a Shul nearby.

29 June : Plettenberg Bay Your tour guide will collect you for sightseeing. This morning you can do an unforgettable 4-hour tour of the Featherbed Nature Reserve. This private reserve is accessible only by ferry and the excursion includes the ferry trip across the Knysna Lagoon to the reserve, a 4x4 trailer ride to the top of the western Head of Knysna and an optional 2,2km walk down the “Bush Buck” trail, through milkwood forests, into the sandstone cliffs and into the historic beachcomber caves. The qualified guide will share interesting tales and information about the area. If you don’t wish to walk down you may take a vehicle return to the bottom. The afternoon you can spend wandering around Knysna, famous for its wooden arts and crafts or visiting Birds of Eden or Monkeyland or hiking in the area. Birds of Eden is the Garden Route’s own world-class free flight bird sanctuary. The unique two-hectare dome (the World’s largest) spans over a gorge of indigenous forest. The sanctuary has its own mysterious ruin, which incorporates a walk-behind waterfall. The sanctuary’s dome incorporates the ability to synthesise thunder and create short spells of rain from an irrigation system in the dome structure. Roofed viewpoints within the gorge have been erected for use during these brief rainstorms. Monkeyland is the world’s largest free-roaming primate sanctuary. Here you will have a guided tour with an experienced ranger.

30 June : Plettenberg Bay – Cape Town This morning your tour guide will collect you. Travel over the spectacular Outeniqua Pass into the Little Karoo, arriving at Oudtshoorn, which was the “feather capital” of the world in the late 1800’s. (You could hike or do adventure activities in the Knysna/Plettenberg area if you prefer). The Jewish community was very influential in the development of the industry and the growth of Oudtshoorn. There are about 20 Jewish families remaining. Visit the Cango Caves, an underground wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites, an ostrich farm (there is opportunity for limited ostrich riding here) and the Cango Wildlife Ranch. We may be able to have the Shul opened for you. You will be dropped off at George Airport in the late afternoon from where you’ll take a flight to Cape Town. You will be met on arrival and transferred to The Clarendon Bantry Bay for a 5-night stay.

1 July: Cape Town This morning your tour guide will collect you for a tour to the winelands. South Africa is the world's seventh largest wine producer, and its vineyards are as spectacular as those of France, Italy and California. Leaving Cape Town proceed through the spectacular mountain scenery and lush fertile valleys of the Cape to Stellenbosch, South Africa's second oldest city. This oak lined university town has a museum showing different styles of architecture in the Cape from the 16th century. Make your way to Franschhoek, nestled in the valley where the French Huguenots first settled. Pass the Victor Verster Prison from where former President Mr. Nelson Mandela was released in 1994. The day can be spent combining a mixture of fascinating history with spectacular scenery and wine tastings at a kosher winery.

2 July : Cape Town This morning your private tour guide will collect you for a full day sightseeing tour to Cape Point. This 25 mile drive to Cape Point should include a stop at Hout Bay, a beautiful fishing village from where a boat trip can be made to Duiker Island, to see the mass of seals (weather permitting) .To arrive at Cape Point, you pass through the 7750 hectare plant rich expanse of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This reserve is home to a variety of indigenous wildlife species including the Cape Mountain zebra, red lynx, caracal and a variety of antelope. In addition about five troops of chacma baboons frequent the area. There are also over 250 species of marine birds. Viewers may be lucky enough to spot seals, whales and dolphins. Leaving the reserve you drive along the False Bay coastline to Boulders beach, home of the largest Jackass Penguin colony in South Africa. A stop can then be made at Simonstown a naval base or Kalk Bay, the new “in” place for arts and crafts in the Cape. Then it’s back to the city via Boyes Drive.

3 July : Cape Town Your rental vehicle will be delivered to The Clarendon Own arrangements. Suggested: Proceed to explore this magical city. Take a cable-car up Table Mountain; visit the Jewish Museum and Holocaust Centre. The South African Jewish Museum was officially opened by former president Mr Nelson Mandela in 2000 and is a major attraction in CT. It is situated on the heritage site of the Gardens Synagogue, the Cape Town Holocaust Centre and Gitlin library. The Museum narrates the story of SA Jewry from its early beginnings. Its entrance is situated in the Old synagogue that dates back to 1863. The museum is interactive and high-tech, providing a host of experiences at include audiovisual presentations, multimedia, reconstructed sets and interactive computers.

4 July : Cape Town Own arrangements – Various suggestions can be made depending on their interests. Here are just a couple. Robben Island is a heritage site, the maximum security "prison" where former president Nelson Mandela was held for 27 years. The Robben Island tour starts at Jetty 1 on the V&A Waterfront where the ticket office, shop and information centre is located. The standard tour includes a return boat trip across Table Bay, a visit to the infamous Maximum Security Prison; interaction with an ex-political prisoner; a 45 minute bus tour with a guide providing commentary; the opportunity to explore the Murray's Bay Harbour precinct including the African penguin boardwalk and hide. The tour lasts 3.5 hours including the return ferry rides that take 1/2 hour each. This afternoon you could visit Kirstenbosch : These magnificent gardens nestle on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, in the southern suburbs. The National Botanical Garden covers 560ha of land, stretching up the mountain to its highest point. There are several walks that lead through the garden, where staff cultivate 4000 of the 22000 southern African flowering plants in a setting of mountain streams, pools and rolling lawns. At any time you should visit the V&A Waterfront, which is Cape Town’s hot spot for shopping and entertainment. Set amidst a maritime backdrop of modern ships and turn of the century sailing vessels, the V&A Waterfront provides a harmonious setting for a drink or a stroll along the pier. The most remarkable and unique aspect of the V&A Waterfront is that it remains a real working harbour with a rich cultural heritage dating back hundreds of years.

5 July : Cape Town Shabbat. Shul is in walking distance of The Clarendon.

6 July : Cape Town – Nelspruit – game lodge This morning you’ll make your way back to Cape Town Airport for a flight to Nelspruit, from where you will transfer by light aircraft to a game lodge situated in the Sabi Sands Game reserve. Check in for a 3-night stay.

The Sabi Sands is a private reserve adjacent to the world famous Kruger Park. The fences are all down here so the game passes freely between the reserves. There are a number of ways to view the wildlife, from the unparalleled panorama from the viewing deck of your chalet, to the guided game walks and drives The area is marked by its diversity, from the leopards and lion that own the open spaces to the herds engaged in the ebb and flow of an archaic migration. Each creature is an intrinsic part of a precarious cycle, from the hundreds of species of birds to the flora and intriguing insect life. The days and nights here are shared with the animals, the sounds and smells of the African bush Game drives in open 4x4 vehicles with an experienced ranger and tracker, offer exciting sightings of Africa’s “Big 5” plus a host of other animals and magnificent birdlife. The afternoon game drive starts immediately after tea, and clients will return to the lodge after dark in time for drinks and dinner. During the drive a stop is made for refreshments and the drive continues using lights to spot the nocturnal animals. The activities at the lodge include late afternoon game drives, early morning game drives and an optional bush walk after breakfast. The game drives are all conducted in open Land Rover game drives accompanied by experienced rangers and trackers, ensuring an informative and stimulating safari experience. These drives are undertaken at times best suited for game viewing at the particular time of the year. The rangers advise of an early morning wake up call followed by a game drive, returning for breakfast. The afternoon game drive departs at approximately 4.00pm and returns at approximately 7.00pm. Afternoon drives extend into the evening with the aid of spotlights to view seldom seen nocturnal species.

7 July : Game Lodge (on safari) It's an early start for the morning game drive. As the early morning sun rises over the horizon, rangers and trackers head out with guests into the African bushveld. One can sense the excitement… who knows what to expect? A herd of ever-cautious impala huddled together, a leopard in the branches of a knobthorn tree with a kill from the last hours of darkness, a herd of elephant feeding in the lush vegetation or a pride of lion in the shade of an acacia. Tea/coffee are served prior to departing the lodge, and again there will be refreshments about mid-way through the drive. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Now clients have the option of a bush walk, accompanied by an armed ranger. A wonderful way to learn about the flora and fauna of the area. Afternoon/evening program as per previous day.

8 July : Game lodge (on safari) Another day on safari

9 July : Game lodge – White River After early morning game drive and breakfast you’ll be collected for a tour of the Mpumalanga Escarpment. Blyde River Canyon You will pass through many scenic routes while driving through this area. A tour could include the historic mining town of Pilgrim’s Rest, the panoramic splendour of God’s Window, the Blyde River Canyon (the third largest canyon in the world) and the rock formations of the Three Rondawels and Bourke’s Luck potholes. A number of waterfalls such as Mac Mac Falls could also be included in the tour. Pilgrims Rest The history of gold mining on the greater escarpment is encapsulated in the museum displays, shops, mines and hills of Pilgrims Rest. This village became a household name in 1873 when a miner, Alex Patterson, discovered alluvial gold on the farm Ponieskranz. The mine, which operated profitably for many years, was eventually closed in 1972. Today many of the original buildings have been restored to create a living museum. Bourkes Luck Potholes This natural feature is a magnificent example of a landscape hewn over centuries by the movement of water. You will view the potholes and rock-faces from bridges spanning the river. Blyde River Canyon The third largest canyon in the world, and one of the area’s most spectacular attractions. There are views over the province into the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. You’ll be dropped off at Jatinga Country Lodge near White River. Check in for an overnight stay. 10 July : White River – Johannesburg - USA Spend a relaxed morning at Jatinga. You’ll be transferred to Nelspruit Airport in the early afternoon for a flight to Johannesburg. Check in for return Trans-Atlantic flight.

INCLUDES: • Meet/greet on arrival at ORTIA • Flight Johannesburg – Port Elizabeth • Transfer from PE Airport to The Windermere • Light dinner for flight Johannesburg/Port Elizabeth • 1 night at The Windermere – bed/breakfast • Services of a private tour guide for 3 days sightseeing on Garden Route. Includes entrance fees to Tsitsikamma Forest, Featherbed Nature reserve, Monkeyland, Cango Caves, Safari Ostrich Farm, Cango Wildlife Ranch • 4 nights at Anlin Beach House – seaview suite – bed/breakfast • Light lunches and 3 course dinners at Anlin. • Flight George – Cape Town • Transfer from Cape Town Airport – The Clarendon, Bantry Bay • 6 nights in a superior room at The Clarendon Bantry Bay – bed/breakfast. • Services of a private tour guide for 2 days sightseeing in Cape Town. Includes light lunch; entrance fees to Duiker Island, Cape of Good Hope Nature reserve including funicular, Boulders beach, Village Museum. • Car hire in Cape Town. – 2 days maximum cover. Car hire – Polo Classic or similar,. Includes : Unlimited kilometres; Airport Surcharge; Tourism Levy; Maximum Collision Damage Waiver (CDW); maximum Theft Loss Waiver (TLW); PAI – Personal Accident Insurance; Windscreen Damage; Tyre, Rim and Hubcap damage • Flight Cape Town – Nelspruit • Light aircraft flight from Nelspruit – Ulusaba/Idube Game Lodge • 3 nights in Safari Room at Ulusaba including all meals, game activities, teas/coffees, all drinks, laundry, transfer from landing strip, fruit basket and wine in room on arrival, 30 minute relaxing massage each, private dinner on last evening with personal butler, complimentary space available upgrade; gift on departure OR 3 nights at Idube Game Lodge including all meals, game activities, teas/coffees, transfer from landing strip. • Full day panorama tour incl light lunch • 1 night in superior room at Jatinga Country Lodge – bed/breakfast • Kosher 3 course dinner and light lunch at Jatinga • Road transfer Jatinga – Nelpruit Airport • Flight Nelspruit – Johannesburg • 14% VAT • 1% Tourism Levy EXCLUDES: • Trans-Atlantic flights • Porterages • Tips • All drinks and other bar purchases (except at Ulusaba) • All meals not itemised above (Cape Town) • Attraction entrance fees • All items of a personal nature including telephone calls, laundry (except at Ulusaba), excess baggage, curio purchases etc • Charges relating to car rental : Fuel deposit / Refundable Deposit, Claim administration fee in the event of damage and/or theft; Additional Driver Fee; Child Safety Seat; Collection & Delivery Fees; Contract Fee; Cross border fee; One-way cross border fees; One way fee within country; Sandblasting; Traffic fine handling fee; Valet charged when applicable; Water and under-carriage damage to vehicles; Young driver surcharge; Frequent flyer miles • Insurances. We strongly recommend that all travellers take out comprehensive insurance to cover medical, personal, baggage, cancellation