Duration: 29 July – 01 Aug 2021
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Due to high demand, this product is on request
ACCOMMODATION – 3 Nights of accommodation in Cape Town at selected hotel or similar.
TRANSPORT – Airport / Hotel / Stadium / Hotel / Airport Transfers (Shared Transfers)
MEALS – Breakfast Daily
MATCH TICKET – CAT B – 31 July 2021 – South Africa v British & Irish Lions – Cape Town Stadium
(Match Tickets may be upgraded to Cat A @ R1,250 per person additional or downgraded to Cat C @ R750 less per person – subject to availability)
FLIGHTS – Economy Class Flights – Johannesburg / Cape Town / Johannesburg
Airport Tax Excluded: From R 950.00/ Additional to tour cost
* Subject to change / Limited Seats Available *
Meet and Greet on arrival and departure
Match day Assistance
Check in Assistance for groups
Liaison between SA Rugby Travel and client for the duration of their tour
Airport taxes, Passports and visas if applicable, Admission fees into sights of interest not included in the tour cost/itinerary.
Tour does not include a dedicated tour leader but rather meet and greet assistance for airport days as well as assistance on match days. Should you require a private tour leader dedicated to your group, SART can assist but note this will be an additional cost to the tour.
Personal expenses such as tips for meals, gratuities, telephone calls, beverages, all meals not mentioned under inclusions and anything else of a person nature. Any other services not mentioned
To make the most of your trip to South Africa, we recommend the following tour extensions:
A multi-cultural mix of cuisines and landscapes, there is nowhere quite like the beautiful mother city of Cape Town, crowned by the magnificent Table Mountain National Park.
The flat-topped Table Mountain may be the initial headline act, but it is surrounded by other breath-taking landscapes such as the iconic Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and Green Point Urban Park, making exploring the city a pleasure. Add activities such as learning to surf; go hiking or mountain biking. Throw in a mix of adrenaline by tandem-paragliding off Lion’s Head and abseiling off the top of Table Mountain – these are just a few of the many activities on offer.
From striking street art to the brightly painted facades of the Bo-Kaap and the bathing chalets of Muizenberg, adding Afro-chic decor of restaurants and bars, this is an exciting metropolis.
Within an hour’s drive you can exchange urban landscapes for the charming towns, villages and the Winelands, such as Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. The infamous location of Hermanus best known for whale-watching as well as a base from which to organise shark-cave diving. Further afield, the delights of the Garden Route unfold, promising more inspiring scenery to be viewed while driving down the coast and over mountain passes.
The highlight on the list for most visitors to South Africa is the Garden Route, and with good reason. The glorious natural beauty is seductive. Just 200km spanning from Mossel Bay in the west to Storms River in the east, it offers a range of topography, vegetation, wildlife and outdoor activities is remarkable.
Excellent beaches dotted along the coastline, while inland you will find picturesque lagoons and lakes, rolling hills and eventually the mountains of the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma ranges forming the divide between the Garden Route and the arid Little Karoo.
Situated at the North-Eastern tip of South Africa, it boasts the biggest National Parks in Africa which spans over the Mpumalanga and Limpopo province. As a result of surrounding private reserves dropping their fences, the surface area now spans 19 633 km² allowing wildlife to roam freely between reserves. This has created a wildlife area which is truly unforgettable, showcasing multiple species.