This jam-packed trip takes you from Johannesburg to Cape Town, hitting South Africa's Panorama Route -- "the most popular route to big-game country", says Frommer's -- Kruger National Park and the Cape Winelands in between. At £1499 per person, the 11-night holiday is an impressive £1000 cheaper than usual and includes:
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You'll also get a meet-and-greet service at Johnnesburg International Airport, premium car hire insurance and a personalised travel plan.
After flying to Johannesburg, you'll collect your car and drive to the Hannah Game Lodge, a malaria-free private game reserve. Set in the small farming town of Ohrigstad at the start of the Panorama Route, the lodge has a swimming pool and thatched-roof chalets with private verandahs.
Continue on to the Karongwe Private Game Reserve, past tangled jungle, waterfalls and subtropical plains. Here, you'll stay in luxury tents overlooking the Makhutswe River and have the chance to spot the Big Five -- lions, leopards, buffalo, rhinos and elephants. The next stop takes you to White River where you'll explore the Kruger National Park.
Next, fly to Cape Town and pick up another hire car to take you to Stellenbosch in the heart of the Cape Winelands. The Rivierbos Guest House is an ideal base for visiting the many vineyards in the area. The trip finishes with a 3-night stay in Cape Town at the deluxe Rockwell All Suite Hotel, just around the corner from the V&A Waterfront. Apartments have views of Table Mountain, Signal Hill or Cape Town Harbour.
Depart from Monday-Thursday on 1 May-15 July; 1-30 September, 2014.
It's an extra £20 per person to depart from Friday-Sunday.
Alternatively, travel on 16 July-31 August, 2014 for an additional £100 per person, or until 12 December, 2013; 8 January-31 March, 2014 for an extra £200 per person.
Depart from Birmingham or Manchester for £1549 per person or from Belfast, Glasgow or Newcastle for £1574 per person.
Add three nights in Dubai at a 4-star hotel with breakfast for £199 per person.