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Wild & Delicious South Africa

Travel Dates

Trip 1: End of April until beginning of May 2019 (April 23rd – May 3rd)

Trip 2: Middle of August 2019 (August 13th- August 23rd)

Duration of Trip

11 days / 10 nights

Accommodation format

Double-Occupancy (i.e. 2 people sharing a Room or Luxury Tent)

  • Johannesburg (Transit only upon initial arrival into South Africa): Johannesburg, affectionately known as “Jozi” or “Joburg”, is a bustling mega city that melds people from all walks of life. You can eat some of the finest cuisine in the upscale Sandton and Rosebank neighborhoods or marvel at the beautiful graffiti art and eclectic vibe of Maboneng Precinct. Joburg also has some of South Africa’s most historically significant sites and museums – including Soweto Township (childhood home of Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu) and the Apartheid Museum.
  • Cape Town: Also called “The Mother City”, Cape Town is a coming-together of cultures, cuisines and landscapes. Considered one of the most beautiful places in the world, there’s nowhere quite like Cape Town, a singularly beautiful city crowned by the majestic Table Mountain National Park and flanked by the dramatic coastline and ocean.
  • Cape Winelands (South African Wine Country): The “Napa Valley” of Africa can be found right outside Cape Town – and cities like Franschhoek and Stellenbosch coalesce the old-world nostalgia with the new world luxuries in a delectable combination of wine, scenery, and fresh delicious food!
  • Kruger National Park or a nearby Private Game Reserve (Sabi Sands, Timbavati, etc.): Not only have several Wildlife Specials (National Geographic, Animal Planet, BBC, etc.) been shot here, but some of the most popular wildlife videos on the Internet have been shot in and around Kruger National Park – the undisputed wildlife haven in South Africa. If you want to see Africa’s Big 5 Mammals (Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant, and Buffalo) in their natural environment, then you must visit Kruger or one of the private reserves neighboring this national park.


$3,999 / Person*



  • Airport meet & greet YES
  • Ground transportation with an English-speaking driver/guide or naturalist guideYES
  • Accommodation and meals as stipulated in the itineraryYES
  • Safari game drives or sightseeing as stipulated in the itineraryYES
  • Park or reserve entry fees – where applicableYES
  • Roundtrip flights between the U.S. and Africa NOT
  • Any domestic or regional flight(s) within Africa that are NOT identified as “included” NOT
  • Visa fees NOT
  • Government imposed taxes NOT
  • Tips& gratuities (tipping guide will be provided) NOT
  • Inoculations and personal/medical/travel insurance NOT
  • Meals and beverages not included in the itinerary NOT
  • Optional activities and excursions NOT
  • Items of personal nature – such as laundry services, shopping expenses, telephone charges, etc. NOT


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The founders/owners of Fair Trade Safaris have over 35 years of experience in photographic safaris, cultural trips, and philanthropy & wildlife conservation-based activities in Africa. We would love to use our experience and knowledge to plan your African adventure!

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