Travelling to mauritius from south africa



Half board. After breakfast, depart by road to Kruger National Park through the province of Mpumalanga. En route we will see some of the wonders of the area such as Bourke’s Luck Potholes in the Blyde River Canyon and God’s Window (visits may vary depending on available time and weather conditions). Arrival and dinner at the hotel.

Breakfast. Return by road to Johannesburg. Panoramic tour of Pretoria, highlights Church Square and the Union Building or seat of government (entrance fees to the monuments are not included because it is a panoramic tour, these may vary depending on the time available and are subject to weather conditions). Departure from Johannesburg airport by scheduled flight to Cape Town (19h00-21h10). Arrival and transfer to accommodation (flights included).

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport to board the flight to Mauritius. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. This island paradise is famous for its crystal clear waters, white sands, exotic vegetation and idyllic corners. You choose the nights, the system will give you options of prices, hotels and regime.

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It is the largest and most populous city in South Africa. It is also located in Gauteng, the richest province of the country. Important places to visit include the Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill Human Rights, Nelson Mandela’s house and the Crown Mine Shaft.

Due to the maximum capacity of the vehicle (9/10 people), only one English-speaking guide is guaranteed during part of the safari, as he/she must take turns in the other vehicles if there are more than 10 participants.

Return to Johannesburg for a panoramic tour of Pretoria, the most administrative part of South Africa, where important buildings such as the Church Square and the Union Building or headquarters of the South African government stand out.

We will have the day at leisure. We recommend hiring an optional full day excursion to the peninsula, where we can see places of interest such as the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point, a coastal walk through Clifton and Camps Bay and a panoramic tour of Chapman’s Peak.

White sands and waters of all blues on Mauritius and

Arrival in Cape Town. Free afternoon in this wonderful city. We stay at one of the best hotels in town, the prestigious 5 ★ Table Bay Hotel, perfectly located on the historic Table & Victoria Waterfront. Hotel 5★.

By 4×4 we drive for 3 days through the Kruger NP. This is the best way to explore in depth this magnificent park. With specialist guides we follow the tracks of the Big 5, in addition here we can find 147 species of large mammals, 507 species of birds, 114 species of reptiles, 33 species of amphibians, 50 species of fish and 300 species of trees. Undoubtedly we are in one of the great sanctuaries of fauna of the planet.    We sleep a short distance from the park gate, which will allow us to enjoy all the comforts without missing a moment of safari. Umbhaba Eco Lodge. Breakfast – lunch (picnic) – dinner.

Transfer to Johannesburg. In the afternoon we visit Soweto, the largest and best known township in Africa. It is picturesque, rebellious, vibrant, origin of the anti-apartheid struggle, birthplace of Mandela and Desmond Tutu… an icon of South African history. We stayed in the Rosebank area, one of the best in the city. Southern Sun Rosebank 4 ★. Breakfast.

Mauritius Island – South East Africa – Visual World 2022

Wilderness Safaris, &Beyond or Under One Botswana Sky (routes in Southern Africa and Flying Safaris) eco-friendlies accommodations, that is, infrastructures that are integrated in nature, built with natural materials that promote recycling and the use of renewable energies. They also promote local development by hiring local workers from the region.

Elephant sands (Botswana) The water supplied for the showers is pumped from the area and has a high salinity. They purify some of this water which they bottle and sell; by buying a bottle of water from Elephant Sands you are supporting the Water & Elephant project. The proceeds go to the desalination process of the non-potable salt water. With your help we can supply fresh water to elephants and other wild animals. They strictly adhere to human rights standards, refusing any activity that suggests child or any other kind of exploration. They also encourage travelers to do their bit when visiting local communities by donating equipment, for example.

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