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 Durations : 6 Night / 7 Days
This delightful getaway to South Africa not only has what it takes to get you acquainted with its civilized world but will also get you up, close and personal with its wilder side. From touring the city of Cape Town that's part an 'eat-drink-shop-n-be-merry' haven and part world-heritage to standing free at the worlds' most South-Western point, i.e. Cape of Good Hope to adventurous wildlife safaris at Mabula, this holiday to South Africa is all that you'll need to savor the best of what the nation has to offer. What's more, we've also included some exiting bayside fun amidst the well-heeled of SA at the exotic Sun City.
 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
Cape Town
Upon your arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met by our representative who will hand over your travel documents and transfer you to your pre-arranged hotel in Cape Town. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 2:
Cape Town
After breakfast, you will depart for a half-day city tour of Cape Town. Take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain for a panoramic view of the city and coastline. Visit the historic Malay Quarter, go past the South African Museum with its famed Bushmen exhibits, the Cape Castle and other interesting sights. Towards the end of the morning a visit is made at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. This is South Africas most talked about tourist venue with many shops and restaurants. (You may wish to stay at the harbour and explore on your own before returning to your hotel on your own). Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 3:
Cape Town
After breakfast at the hotel, you will depart for a full day tour of Cape Point 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. We now continue alongside the Indian Ocean, and stop to see the Jackass penguin colony, which has become well established, at Boulders beach near Simon’s Town. Then we travel onwards until we reach Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. 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. Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 4:
After breakfast, day is free to explore the Zurich city with your 48 hrs Zurich Travel Card. Also enjoy cruise on River Limmat Cruise from Landesmusuem. Overnight stay in Zurich
Day 4:
Cape Town - Sun City
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the Cape Town International airport for your flight to Johannesburg. You will then proceed to Sun City, approximately 2 hrs away. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore Sun City on your own. Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 5:
Sun City
After breakfast at the hotel, you have the day at leisure to enjoy the various activities Sun City has to offer. Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 6:
Sun City – Johannesburg
After breakfast at the hotel, morning is at leisure. Late in the afternoon, you will be transferred to Johannesburg. Overnight at your pre-arranged hotel.
Day 7:
Depart Johannesburg
After breakfast at the hotel, you will take the complimentary hotel shuttle to the Johannesburg International airport. End of Services.
 Package Price
Rs. 92,699/- *
USD 1,724.64/- *
EUR 1,311.57/- *
GBP 1,065.59/- *
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Cape Town:
A rich fusion of cultures, Cape Town offers varied colors of a holiday in South Africa. From the mighty Table Mountain to the sea, pearly white beaches, fishing villages and floral reserves, Cape TownÂ’s diverse attractions are simply breathtaking. Take a tour of the Robben Island to discover the history of the region. The Cape Winelands are another must visit.
Sun City:
Sun City is a luxury resort in the North West province, about 2 hours drive from Johannesburg. Luxurious hotels, restaurants, gaming rooms, shops, discos and entertainment centers make this a favorite destination. Enjoy exhilarating rides at the Valley of Waves, witness the huge arena of Superbowl and visit the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.
Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. Renowned for its restaurants, clubs and pubs, Johannesburg is an ideal place to party. The city offers endless avenues of entertainment, eating out and shopping. The Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill are reminiscent of South Africa¬'s turbulent past. Itinerary.
 Package Inclusion
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Return Airfare with Taxes
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Airport Transfers
  • Transfers and sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Half-day Cape Town city tour
  • Full day Cape Point tour
  • Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
  • Applicable peak season surcharge
  • Expenses of Personal Nature
  • Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

Destination Information

The Republic of South Africa is a country in southern Africa. Located at the southern tip of Africa, it is divided into nine provinces, with 2,798 kilometers (1,739 mi) of coastline on the Atlantic and Indian oceans. To the north of the country lie the neighboring territories of Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe; to the east are Mozambique and Swaziland; while Lesotho is an enclave surrounded by South African territory.

About 79.5% of the South African population is of black African ancestry, divided among a variety of ethnic groups speaking different Bantu languages, nine of which have official status. South Africa also contains the largest communities of European, Asian, and racially mixed ancestry in Africa.
South Africa is ranked as an upper-middle income economy by the World Bank, one of only four countries in Africa in this category (the others being Botswana, Gabon and Mauritius). It has the largest economy in Africa, and the 28th-largest in the world. About a quarter of the population is unemployed and lives on less than US $1.25 = 70 INR a day.
The interior of South Africa is a vast, flat, and sparsely populated scrubland, the Karoo, which is drier towards the northwest along the Namib Desert. In contrast, the eastern coastline is lush and well watered, which produces a climate similar to the tropics.
To the north of Johannesburg, the altitude drops beyond the escarpment of the Highveld, and turns into the lower lying Bushveld, an area of mixed dry forest and an abundance of wildlife. East of the Highveld, beyond the eastern escarpment, the Lowveld stretches towards the Indian Ocean. It has particularly high temperatures, and is also the location of extended subtropical agriculture.
South Africa also has one possession, the small sub-Antarctic archipelago of the Prince Edward Islands, consisting of Marion Island (290 km2/110 sq mi) and Prince Edward Island (45 km2/17 sq mi).

South Africa has a wide mix of religions. Many religions are represented in the ethnic and regional diversity of South Africa's population. The traditional spiritualities of the Khoisan and Bantu speakers were succeeded in predominance by the Christianity introduced by the Dutch and, later, British settlers. In 1930 the majority of Afrikaners were Afrikaner Calvinists
The Cape Malay slaves of the Dutch settlers introduced Islam, the indentured servants imported from the Indian subcontinent introduced Hinduism, and both Indians and Chinese immigrants introduced Buddhism.
The Bahá'í Faith was introduced in 1911 grew after Bahá'ís from Canada, the United States and Germany settled in the country.
Judaism in South Africa came about some time before the discovery of the Cape of Good Hope, by the participation of Jewish astronomers and cartographers in the Portuguese discovery of the sea-route to India. They assisted Bartolomeu Dias and Vasco da Gama who first sailed around the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 and 1497. However, Jews only began to arrive in numbers from the 1820s.
According to the 2001 national census, Christians accounted for 79.7% of the population. This includes Zion Christian (11.1%), Pentecostal (Charismatic) (8.2%), Roman Catholic (7.1%), Methodist (6.8%), Dutch Reformed (6.7%), Anglican (3.8%); members of other Christian churches accounted for another 36% of the population. Muslims accounted for 1.5% of the population, Hindus about 1.3%, and Judaism 0.2%. 15.1% had no religious affiliation, 2.3% were other and 1.4% were unspecified.

Islam in South Africa constitute mostly of those are described as Colored and those who are described as Indians. They have been joined by black or white South African converts as well as others from other parts of Africa. South African Muslims claim that their faith is the fastest-growing religion of conversion in the country; with the number of black Muslims growing six fold, from 12,000 in 1991 to 74,700 in 2004.

The Hindu population was primarily established during British colonial period, but later waves of immigration from India have also contributed to it. Most Hindus are ethnically South Asian but there are many who come from mixed racial stock, and some are converts with the efforts of Hindu missionaries such as ISKCON.
Other minority religions in South Africa are Sikhism, Jainism, and Bahá'í Faith.

South African culture is diverse; foods from many cultures are enjoyed by all and especially marketed to tourists who wish to sample the large variety of South African cuisine. In addition to food, music and dance feature prominently.

The South African black majority still has a substantial number of rural inhabitants who lead largely impoverished lives. It is among these people, however, that cultural traditions survive most strongly; as blacks have become increasingly urbanized and Westernised, aspects of traditional culture have declined. Urban blacks usually speak English or Afrikaans in addition to their native tongue. There are smaller but still significant groups of speakers of Khoisan languages who are not included in the eleven official languages, but are one of the eight other officially recognised languages. There are small groups of speakers of endangered languages, most of which are from the Khoi-San family, that receive no official status; however, some groups within South Africa are attempting to promote their use and revival.
Members of middle class, who are predominantly white but whose ranks include growing numbers of black, coloured and Indian people have lifestyles similar in many respects to that of people found in Western Europe, North America and Australasia. Members of the middle class often study and work abroad for greater exposure to the markets of the world.
Indian South Africans preserve their cultural heritage, languages and religious beliefs, being Christian, Hindu or Sunni Muslim and speaking English, with Indian languages like Hindi, Telugu, Tamil or Gujarati being spoken less frequently as second languages. The first Indians arrived on the Truro ship as indentured labourers in Natal to work the Sugar Cane Fields, while the rest arrived as traders. A post apartheid wave of South Asian (including Pakistani) immigration has also influenced South African Indian culture. There is a much smaller Chinese South African community, made up of early immigrants, apartheid-era immigrants from Taiwan, and post-apartheid immigrants from Mainland China.

South Africa has a generally temperate climate, due in part to being surrounded by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans on three sides, by its location in the climatically milder southern hemisphere and due to the average elevation rising steadily towards the north (towards the equator) and further inland. Due to this varied topography and oceanic influence, a great variety of climatic zones exist. Winters in South Africa occur between June and August.

The climatic zones vary, from the extreme desert of the southern Namib in the farthest northwest to the lush subtropical climate in the east along the Mozambique border and the Indian Ocean. From the east, the land quickly rises over a mountainous escarpment towards the interior plateau known as the Highveld. Even though South Africa is classified as semi-arid, there is considerable variation in climate as well as topography.

Temperature and rainfall patterns vary in response to the movement of a high-pressure belt that circles the globe between 25º and 30º south latitude during the winter and low-pressure systems that occur during summer. There is very little difference in average temperatures from south to north, however, in part because the inland plateau rises slightly in the northeast. For example, the average annual temperature in Cape Town is 17ºC, and in Pretoria, 17.5ºC, although these cities are separated by almost ten degrees of latitude. Maximum temperatures often exceed 32ºC in the summer, and reach 38ºC in some areas of the far north. The country's highest recorded temperatures, close to 48ºC, have occurred in both the Northern Cape and Mpumalanga.

Climatic conditions vary noticeably between east and west, largely in response to the warm Agulhas Ocean current, which sweeps southward along the Indian Ocean coastline in the east for several months of the year, and the cold Benguela current, which sweeps northward along the Atlantic Ocean coastline in the west. Air temperatures in Durban, on the Indian Ocean, average nearly 6º C warmer than temperatures at the same latitude on the Atlantic Ocean coast. The effects of these two currents can be seen even at the narrow peninsula of the Cape of Good Hope, where water temperatures average 4º C higher on the east side than on the west.

Rainfall varies considerably from west to east. In the northwest, annual rainfall often remains below 200 millimeters. Much of the eastern Highveld, in contrast, receives 500 millimeters to 900 millimeters of rainfall per year; occasionally, rainfall there exceeds 2,000 millimeters. A large area of the center of the country receives about 400 millimeters of rain, on average, and there are wide variations closer to the coast. The 400-millimeter "rainfall line" has been significant because land east of the rainfall line is generally suitable for growing crops, and land west of the rainfall line, only for livestock grazing or crop cultivation on irrigated land.

South Africa has eleven official languages: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu. Less than one percent of South Africans speak a first language other than an official one. Most South Africans can speak more than one language. Dutch and English were the first official languages of South Africa from 1910 to 1925. Afrikaans was added in 1925. Dutch was dropped when South Africa became a republic in 1961, so between 1961 and 1994, South Africa had two official languages: English and Afrikaans.
The country also recognizes several unofficial languages, including Fanagalo, Khoe, Lobedu, Nama, Northern Ndebele, Phuthi, San, and South African Sign Language. These unofficial languages may be used in certain official uses in limited areas where it has been determined that these languages are prevalent. Nevertheless, their populations are not such that they require nationwide recognition.
The English version of the South African constitution refers to the languages by the names in those languages: isiZulu, isiXhosa, Afrikaans, Sepedi (referring to Northern Sotho), Setswana, English, Sesotho (referring to Southern Sotho), Xitsonga, Siswati, Tshivenda and isiNdebele (referring to Southern Ndebele)
Many of the "unofficial languages" of the San and Khoikhoi people contain regional dialects stretching northwards into Namibia and Botswana, and elsewhere. These people, who are a physically distinct population from other Africans, have their own cultural identity based on their hunter-gatherer societies. They have been marginalized to a great extent, and many of their languages are in danger of becoming extinct.
Many white South Africans also speak other European languages, such as Portuguese (also spoken by black Angolans and Mozambicans), German, and Greek, while some Asians and Indians in South Africa speak South Asian languages, such as Tamil, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, and Telugu. French is still widely spoken by French South Africans especially in places like Franschhoek, where many South Africans are of French origin. South African French is spoken by fewer than 10,000 individuals. Congolese French is also spoken in South Africa by migrants.
South African language is a distinct though incompletely emerged in national standard language that also subsumes a cluster of semi-standardised dialects.

The cuisine of South Africa is sometimes called "Rainbow Cuisine", as it has had a variety of multicultural sources and stages. The cuisine can be generalized as:

  • Cookery practiced by indigenous people of South Africa such as the Khoisan and Xhosa, Zulu- and Sotho-speaking people
  • Settler cookery that emerged from several waves of immigration introduced during the colonial period by people of Indian and Afrikaner and British descent and their slaves and servants - this includes the cuisine of the Cape Malay people, which has many characteristics of Malaysia and Java, and recipes from neighboring colonial cultures such as Portuguese Mozambique.

According to South African Tourism the top 10 attractions in South Africa, as rated by foreign visitors on departure from the country and published in the South African Yearbook, are as follows:

  • Kruger National Park
  • Cape Town
  • Durban
  • Beaches
  • Garden Route
  • Wine Lands
  • Eastern Cape
  • The Kalahari and Namaqualand
  • Cultural Villages and Town Ship
  • Darkensberg
Apart of all these main places some other destinations are like, Victoria & Alfred waterfront, Table Mountain, Ostrich Farm, Gold Reef city and many more.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 92,699/- *
USD 1,724.64/- *
EUR 1,311.57/- *
GBP 1,065.59/- *
Validity: Valid Till 30 September 2012
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Hotel Details

Hotel: Capetonian Hotel
Star Category:
Pier Place , Heerengracht , Cape Town - 8001
Hotel Description:
Conveniently situated in the center of Capetown , within walking distance of all shops, restaurants and bars in central Cape Town, and close to the new convention center. The waterfront is a five - minute drive away and the hotel has a regular shuttle bus service to the popular tourist attraction. A modern high rise structure, typical of the architecture of central Capetown. A very good hotel for its category with a convenient location, large rooms and excellent services throughout. The second floor has a bar where guests can enjoy a drink alcohol is not served in the main restaurant on the ground floor.
How to get:
Conveniently situated in the center of Capetown , within walking distance of all shops, restaurants and bars in central Cape Town, and close to the new convention center.

Hotel: Mondior Concorde or similar
Star Category:
Emperors Palace 64 Jones Street Jet Park Kempton , Park Gauteng Johannesburg
Hotel Description:
Mondior Concorde Hotel is a luxurious business hotel in Johannesburg at the Emperoras Palace.There is a business lounge and WiFi in all public areas. Ideal for both leisure and business travellers wanting to enjoy the facilities of the Emporers Palace Casino Resort, including the excellent spa and swimming pool at the Doreale Grande hotel.

These are extremely smart stylish rooms with large comfotrable beds. Each room is en-suite with walk-in shower and separate bath. Rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, mini fridge, air con, 20 inch flat screen satellite TV and high speed internet connection. Full laundry and valet services are also available.

In keeping with the rest of the hotel the breakfast restaurant is very stylish with high ceilings, long slim modern lights hanging from the ceiling and art work adorning the walls. Only breakfast is served in the restaurant which overlooks the hotel gardens.Guests have a wide choice of restaurants in the adjacent Emporers Palace. Meals can also be ordered from select restaurants from your room.
How to get:
Hotel is located just 5 kilometers from the Johannesburg Airport, this property is within the Emporers Palace and Casino complex.

Hotel: Strand Towers Hotel
Star Category:
Corner Strand and Loop Streets, Cape Town, 8001
Hotel Description:
The Strand Tower Hotel is located in the hub of Cape Town¬'s CBD on the corner of bustling Strand and Loop Streets. It offers 4 Star-plus accommodation and conference facilities, making it the ideal place to stay for business, conference and leisure travellers.

For those guests who still prefer to be staying in, the hotel has plenty of facilities to keep them entertained and relaxed. The pool deck, which is located on the second floor of the hotel, provides guests with a lush, tranquil oasis in the heart of the city. The gym area, sauna and steam room allow guests to destress after a long day while having fabulous views of Table Mountain.

All the rooms have individual air-conditioning, television, tea/coffee making facilities, bathroom with bath, shower and toilet, direct dial phones, electric razor plugs, hair dryers, television with DStv satellite programming and 24-hour room service. With the decor, we have managed to capture the local African flavour and culture of vibrant South Africa in the textures, colours, objects and finishes of each room. Our service ethic is one of the utmost efficiency, allowing you to leave everything to us and slow down to the languid pace of the Mother City.
How to get:
Cape Town¬'s business centre is within easy walking distance from the Strand Tower Hotel.Other notable landmarks nearby include the Cape Town International Convention Centre, which is just 2 kilometres away, and the Green Point Stadium

Hotel: Sun City Main Hotel
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
The Sun City Main Hotel is convenient to everything Sun City has to offer, and is only 20 km (12 miles) away from Sun City International Airport. All 338 rooms at this 5-star hotel are tailored to satisfy guestsneeds. Hair dryer, a/c are among the amenities guests will find in every room. For the enjoyment of guests interested in sports or leisure, there are tennis courts, swimming pool on the grounds. Guests seeking that perfect blend of attentive care and modern convenience will find it at this lovely hotel.
How to get:
Sun City Main Hotel is only 20 km (12 miles) away from Sun City International Airport.
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