Duration: 8 nights
Regions: Kruger Nationalpark and Cape Town
Travel Style: Self drive
Your luxury trip South Africa starts in Johannesburg. You fly directly to the Greater Kruger National Park. On the private airstrip you will be greeted by a representative of Pondoro Lodge and driven to the accommodation. Pondoro Lodge is in the private Balule Nature Reserve at the Kruger National Park. It is a wonderful location to experience unforgettable safaris.
The privately run Pondoro Game Lodge has just eight rooms, all well-positioned on the Oliphants River. So you can truly enjoy nature! The kitchen is known for its extraordinary culinary taste experiences that mix traditional African cuisine with European elements.
In addition to the exciting game drives, off-road safaris are also offered. For the adventurers there is also the possibility of a game walk. Or simply relax at the luxurious pool.
After a few exciting days in the African Bush, you fly to Cape Town. Arriving at the airport, pick up your rental car and drive to the second accommodation of your luxury trip through South Africa. Tintswalo Atlantic is a hidden treasure near Hout Bay.
The luxurious 5-star lodge lies at the beginning of Chapman’s Peak between the National Park – Table Mountain and the Atlantic coast. Undoubtedly, one of the most spectacular coastal roads in the world. Tintswalo is the only hotel that can be in the middle of this World Heritage Site. The boutique hotel is seamlessly nestled into its surroundings. It offers luxurious spa treatments with panoramic sea views. It also offers direct access to great hiking trails on Table Mountain.
From each of the exclusive ten suites, which have been individually designed according to different island themes, you can enjoy an undisturbed sea view. During the whale season from July to September, you can even watch whales. Enjoy a sundowner on the hotel’s deck.
Or visit nearby Hout Bay. Cape Town’s lively city centre is just a half-hour scenic coastal drive away. Tintswalo is ideally positioned to visit the Cape of Good Hope from here.