CYou’ll begin with a stay in the heart of the African bush, at a luxury camp that is famous for its
resident leopards. Here, you’ll spot the Big Five on game drives and take nature walks with
experienced, game rangers to learn more about Africa and her extensive wildlife. You’ll then leave the
bush for cosmopolitan Cape Town, a city anchored by her strategic position on the south-western tip of
Africa, with Imposing Table Mountain at her feet. You’ll have the opportunity to explore South Africa’s
melting pot of culture with visits to a township, ending your adventure with a stay in the beautiful
Cedarberg Mountains, which offer endless activities for the whole family.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ITINERARY:
Beautiful, family-friendly lodges
Packed with fun activities for the whole family
Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, world famous for its intimate leopard sightings
Cosmopolitan city of Cape Town
The beautiful Cederberg Mountains
This adventure starts at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and ends at Cape Town
Fly with SA Airlink from OR Tambo International Airport to Skukuza Airport. On arrival at the Airport,
you will be met by a member of our &Beyond team and transferred to &Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp.
More than 65 000ha’s make up the Sabi Sand Game Reserve which borders the Kruger National Park.
Made up of a number of private game lodges – each one differing in atmosphere – a visit to the area
guarantees a never-to-be-forgotten experience of the African Bush. With no fences between the farms
(or for that matter between them and the Kruger Park), animals wander across vast stretches of
grazing land as they did years and years ago. With one of the richest game populations in the country,
the chances of seeing the Big 5 (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) are excellent. The Reserve
is also home to a host of other animals – but be warned: chances are, one visit to the area, will
probably lead to many more!
Spend three nights at &Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp on Sabi Sand Game Reserve in a suite with ensuite
bathroom. Your stay includes three meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, soft drinks, local brand
spirits and beers, teas and coffee, scheduled safari activities, refreshments on game drives, nature
walks (one hour) accompanied by experienced, armed trackers and laundry. A wide range of
fascinating children’s activities is offered at Kirkman’s Kamp.
With its lush spreading lawns and down-to-earth grace, this camp is the ideal destination for a family
safari in South Africa.
Day 2 & 3
Explore the bush on twice-daily game drives that venture out in search of the Big Five, as well as a
host of other fascinating creatures. The Sabi Sand is particularly well known for sightings of the
normally elusive leopard, so make sure to keep an eye out for this graceful and elegant cat. The
early morning game drives leaves shortly after dawn, with the mysteries of the bush lying open
before you. Your experienced ranger and tracker team will discuss what you hope to see prior to
the drive and will do their best to find all your favourite animals for you.
After breakfast there is the option to set off on a bush walk and explore the finer details of your
surroundings, from animal tracks to plants, insects and birds. Alternatively guests can just seat
back and enjoy the historic atmosphere of authentic 1920s Transvaal homestead
Another game drive sets off in the late afternoon, continuing after dark in search of a fascinating
glimpse into the nocturnal lives of Africa’s predators.
Kids can take part in &Beyond’s WILDchild programme designed for kids which is filled with fun,
interactive activities that offer opportunities to learn and discover new experiences and cultures.
Every day they will have an assignment which may involve activities such as tracking, making
traditional bows and arrows, beading, crafting and painting, as well as fun in the lodge garden or
kitchen and more.
After your morning game drive and breakfast you will be transferred to Skukuza Airport for your
scheduled domestic flight to Cape Town International Airport. On arrival at Cape Town International
Airport, you will be transferred to Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel.
With Table Mountain – one of the most spiritual places on earth – at its heart and two oceans at its
feet, the city of Cape Town, strategically situated at the south-western tip of Africa, has been famed
for centuries as the Tavern of the Seas. Vibrant, cosmopolitan and an eclectic mix of old and new,
this laid-back city is as much at home with its 17th century castle – whose cannons have never been
fired in anger – as it is with its sleek skyscrapers and trendy malls. Home to South Africa’s first
Mosque, oldest wine farm, a 350 year-old garden and timelessly beautiful beaches, it’s no surprise the
legendary Flying Dutchman and his spectral ship have spent eternity sailing the city’s shores.
Spend three nights at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, your stay includes accommodation, breakfast,
luxury chauffeur driven transfers within a 10 km radius of the hotel, complimentary internet access,
suitcase unpacking services on request, bottled water on turndown, gymnasium with 24 hour access
and state of the art facilities, use of sauna, steam room and plunge pool at Librisa Spa.
A thrilling menu of family adventures is planned for the next few days.
Explore the scenic city of Cape Town on a family adventure that begins with a ride on the
revolving cable car up to the top of iconic Table Mountain. Marvel at spectacular views over the
city and the entire Cape Peninsula as you stroll along its flat top or, if the weather is not
favourable, explore the smaller peak known as Signal Hill.
Get kitted out with a wetsuit and snorkelling gear and spend the afternoon in the water, frolicking
with Cape Fur Seals – don’t forget you camera for plenty of unforgettable shots!
Head into the dunes to master the basics of sand boarding (or bum boarding for the very little ones)
under the African sky and then set off on an off-road quad bike adventure (younger children can
travel safely on the back of a parent’s bike). The trail twists and winds through sand and bush,
offering climbs, descents, technical sections and flat out straights.
Travel to Langa Township for a talk on African cuisine and culture, followed by a hands-on cooking
experience at a small cookery school OR stroll down a bright and colourful Bo-Kaap lane and be
welcomed into a local home to participate in the preparation of a traditional lunch.
Unleash your creative side with a session of art jamming and create your favourite African art work
as you let your imagination run wild with a set of paint brushes.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cape Town Airport for your air transfer to Bushmans Kloof
Wilderness Reserve; the transfer takes approximately 60 minutes.
Nestled in the ecological oasis of the Cederberg Mountains is the picturesque Bushman’s Kloof
Wilderness Reserve and Retreat. This breathtaking sanctuary offers its guests a truly memorable
wilderness adventure as well as superb cuisine and beautiful accommodation – the perfect holiday
package. Accommodation is in standard rooms, luxurious suites and one villa. All the rooms and suites
feature ensuite bathrooms (with separate bath and shower), personal bars, under-floor heating, ceiling
fans, air conditioning and private verandas.
Guests can choose to dine in six spectacular venues with an alternative option for in-room dining and
delectable picnics. Guests are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to the variety of activities in-and-
around Bushman’s Kloof. Daily guided Rock Art walks, game drives, birdwatching, culinary weekends,
mountain biking, canoeing, spa treatments and excursions to museums, private wine cellars and fishing
villages - are just some of the activities on offer.
Spend 3 nights at Koro Lodge on an exclusive use basis, Accommodation, all meals, all beverages ( local
spirits, mixers, fruit juice, cool drinks, beer, selection of wine & sparkling wine), room service, laundry
& valet, a variety of enriching and exhilarating lodge activities including nature drives, guided rock art excursions, botanical walks, canoeing, archery, fly fishing, hiking, swimming & all other Koro Lodgeactivities for the family & children. Complimentary WIFI & welcome drink, private Hostess, chef and
guide allocated for the duration of stay.
DAY 8 & 9
Try your hand at archery, the genteel game of croquet or even mountain biking.
Follow in the footsteps of the San as you journey into their ancient way of life.
Become a Bushmen for the day and discover the hunter / gatherer lifestyle, as you explore the craggy
caves, rock art sites and Bushman paintings.
Learn about the fynbos vegetation species found in the reserve and take a cutting of a fynbos plant,
which you can incorporate in a personalised spa treatment or had over to the kitchen for them to use
in a specially prepared fynbos-based dinner.
Thrill to the exhilaration of an after-dinner drive through the reserve, illuminated by a multitude of
stars. Learn how to identify the constellations of the southern sky and watch out for nocturnal
animals such as the elusive aardwolf, African wildcat, bat eared fox, Cape fox and porcupine.
Get down to the dam and try your luck at the art of fly-fishing or paddle out in a canoe.
After breakfast you will be transferred by road back to the airstrip for your flight back to Cape Town
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Meet and Greet service at O R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg
Accommodation inclusions as per itinerary above
Meals and drinks as specified above
All private road transfers:
o Skukuza Airport / &Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp
o &Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp / Skukuza Airport
o Cape Town International Airport / Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
o Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel / Cape Town International Airport
All scheduled flights:
o O R Tambo International Airport / Skukuza Airport (Excluding Taxes)
o Skukuza Airport / Cape Town International Airport (Excluding Taxes)
o Cape Town International Airport / Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve
o Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve / Cape Town International Airport
Emergency medical evacuation insurance
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