Cape Town Package : Flights to Africa

Cape Town Package

Wine, Nature & Safari – Around Capetown

This trip begins from Cape Town and covers many beautiful towns before it ends in Cape Town again, after 17 nights. The complete package is priced at just over £1063* per person sharing. Single supplement is also available at approximately £442*.

The package is valid from 1st January 2018 to 31st October 2019.

The above table is the Itinerary for the Wine, Nature & Safari Package from Cape Town.

Services Included in the package are

  • Detailed Route Description
  • Meet and greet on arrival
  • Arrival transfer in Cape Town
  • 17 nights’ accommodation
  • Breakfast daily

Services Excluded from the package are

  • Daily conservation fees and entrance fees into national parks and private reserves
  • Car hire
  • Flights

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Cape Town Start Package

Priced at approximately £215* per person sharing, this package also offers single supplement at around £128*. This package includes meet & greet at the airport and suggested or similar accommodations (In case of unavailability) for 4 nights. An extensive English route description is also included during the meet & greet.

Services excluded are:

  • Meet & Greet at airport
  • Route Description
  • 4 nights standard accommodation on bed & breakfast basis, in standard rooms, with own bath or shower and toilet.
  • Transfers & Excursions as mentioned

This package excludes the following services:

  • Flights
  • Car Rental
  • Entrance fees and conservation fees
  • Other meals
  • Other personal expenses

CAPE TOWN:

Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape Province. It is a city with two faces, European and African, a blend of first and third world. Despite these vast differences Cape Town is a relaxed and safe city. It has a number of very interesting museums including the South African National Museum, with planetarium, the Bo-Kaap Museum and the National Gallery. In the city centre is the Castle of Good Hope. This fort was built in 1666 by Van Riebeeck and still serves as the headquarters of the Western Cape Military. read more

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