South Africa Tour Package


About the destination:  

Cape Town captures the hearts of all its visitors with its golden beaches, shimmering seas, rolling vineyards, and the great Table Mountain, and is famously known as ‘Tavern of the Seas’ and ‘The Mother City’ Perfect mixture of the beautiful traditional heritage of the land with modern advancements establishes the lovely Johannesburg city as a must-visit destination on your trip to this country.

A city known for its rich arts and culture scene with many art galleries and cultural centers, and for hosting international cricket matches, Johannesburg has a lot to offer to its visitors.

Knysna is a small and discreet town in South Africa, located in its Western Province. A favorite among the local countrymen and tourists alike, people head to this quaint town for a relaxing and refreshing holiday amidst lagoons and beautiful waterfronts, away from the maddening city rush.


  • Soak in panoramic views from the top of the Table Mountain, one of the new Seven Wonders of Nature
  • Explore the 20 million year-old Cango Caves that consists of a series of hidden chambers cut deep into a thick limestone rock layer
  • Come eye-to-eye with hundreds of ostriches Cango Wildlife Ranch – Ostrich Capital of the world
  • Venture into the V&A Waterfront and see more cutting edge design from street art, restaurants, and bars
  • Take multiple photo stops and enjoy a panoramic drive through Garden Route

Quick Info:

  • Place Covered – (4N) Cape Town – (2N) Knysna – (2N) Johannesburg
  • Duration – 08N/09D
  • Start Point – Cape Town International Airport (CPT)
  • Endpoint – O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB)
  • Currency – South African rand (ZAR)


South Africa! Arrival in Cape Town Itinerary

Cape Town
  • After completing immigration checks, get your luggage and meet your driver at arrivals hall
  • Transfer from Cape Town International Airport to your Cape Town Hotel
  • Arrive and check in to your hotel
  • Enjoy the rest of the day familiarizing yourself with the sights and sounds of the Mother  City, Cape Town at leisure. Stroll around the famous V&A Waterfront to soak in the vibe of the city. 
  • Return to your hotel and overnight stay at hotel
  • Cape Town
    • After breakfast, meet your driver/guide at reception and embark on a drive-by orientation
    • city tour driving past Parliament Buildings, City Hall, Slave Lodge, Company Gardens,
    • Bo-Kaap and other interesting attractions and places
    • Summit the Table Mountain via return cable car ride (weather permitting)
    • Thereafter transfer to the Canal Walk Shopping Mall and then onto the V&A Waterfront for your shoppertainment
    • Then transfer back to your hotel in the very late evening for some rest & relaxation in preparation for another fun-filled day the following day.
  • Cape Peninsula Tour
    • Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure for optional excursions/activities.
    • Optional tour (available at additional cost): Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour
    • This tour begins with a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, passing through the cosmopolitan suburb of Sea Point and Camps Bay with its glorious views of the Twelve Apostles, part of the Table Mountain range.
    • This visit further includes Chapmans Peak Drive (if open), entrance to Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape of Good Hope, Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach (entrance fee for own account), Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. 
    • Return & overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Hermanus Tour
    • Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure for optional excursions/activities.
    • Optional tour (available at additional cost):  Full Day Hermanus Tour  
    • This circular tour takes you over a mountain pass to the seaside town of Hermanus. This town, nestled between mountains and the sea is not only very beautiful but offers some of the best shore-based whale watching opportunities in the world (August – November).
    • Close sightings of the Southern Right whale are likely. Our journey continues into the beautiful Hemel en Aarde Valley (Heaven and Earth) to the Bouchard Finlayson Wine Estate where we are treated to tasting some of their delicious wines.
    • This wine estate is closed on Sundays, but a visit to the Stoney Point Penguin Colony will be included instead, to have a look at a unique colony of African penguins (time permitting) before returning to Cape Town. 
    • Overnight stay at the hotel 
  • After breakfast, meet your driver at reception to proceed for your transfer to Knysna.
  • Arrive in Knysna and transfer to your hotel.
  • Check in at the hotel & spend this day to familiarize yourself with Knysna – a small and discreet town in South Africa, located in its Western Province.
  • A favourite among the local countrymen and tourists alike, people head to this quaint town for a relaxing and refreshing holiday amidst lagoons and beautiful waterfronts, away from the maddening city rush.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.
  • After breakfast, get ready to head towards the Ostrich Captial of the World – Oudtshoorn
  • Meet your driver/guide for Full Day Oudtshoorn including visit to Congo Caves, Cango Wildlife Ranch (Animal Interaction is not included, comes with additional charges) & Safari Ostrich Farm.
  • Overnight stay at hotel
  • After breakfast, meet your driver at reception to proceed with your transfer to the airport. 
  • Board your flight to Johannesburg at your own cost.
  • Arrive in Johannesburg and Check-in at the hotel.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel. 
  • After breakfast, spend this day exploring the city on your own.
  • Visit The Maboneng Precinct, Lindfield Victorian House Museum, South African Museum of Military History, FNB Stadium, and Lion Park at your own pace and cost.
  • Overnight stay at hotel
  • Enjoy a hearty breakfast
  • Check out and meet your driver / guide at reception
  • Transfer from hotel to Cape Town International Airport for your flight back home with  sweet and pleasant memories of your African Adventure


Confirmation Policy
  • The customer receives the payment confirmation receipt via email within 15 minutes of successful booking.
  • The confirmation voucher will be released via email before 10 days from Date of Travel.
Refund Policy
  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller’s thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash.
Cancellation Policy
  • If cancellation are made 7 days before the date of travel then 50.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 7 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
Payment Terms Policy
  • 50.0% of total tour cost will have to be paid 0 days before the date of booking
  • 50.0% of total tour cost will have to be paid 15 days before the date of travel

Cape Town Top Attractions

 Table Mountain

A flat hill overlooking Capetown city, Table Mountain happens  to be one of the most scenic places to visit in Cape Town. A picturesque home to over 1500 species of flora and fauna, this place is unparalleled in its own right. While here, you can either head for an exciting hiking trip or soak in the spellbinding views of the valley.

Many visitors also take the cable car ride to admire the aerial views of the Cape Peninsula- a place with a massive botanical garden featuring rare medicinal herbs and plants sprawled across a 1250 sqm area.

Location: Table Mountain National Park 8001 South Africa

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

Sitting right next to Table Mountain, this verdant botanical garden witnesses a massive influx of travellers throughout the year. Established in 1913, it was opened to preserve the flora of its neighbouring region. That being said, the garden preserves the flora which grows not only in Cape Town but in the whole of South Africa.

With spectacular Table Mountain forming its backdrop, Kirstenbosch is an ideal trail for hikers and nature lovers. If you are searching for places to visit in Cape Town to escape the boisterous crowd of the city, look nowhere else than this vibrant site.

Location: Rhodes Dr, Newlands, Cape Town, 7735, South Africa

Signal Hill And The Noon Gun

Are you looking for tourist places in Cape Town to take in the aerial views of the city? If yes, a visit to Signal Hill and the Noon Gun is all that you might need. A stone’s throw away from the city centre, it invites tourists with the charismatic vistas of the capital region with the Atlantic Ocean as the major highlight.

The hill sits at an altitude of 360 meters and has abundant opportunities for trekking and hiking. Additionally, it is also known for its historical significance which dates back to the time when signal flags were hoisted from this point to communicate important news to the arriving ships.

To make the most out of your visit to Signal Hill, visit here during the sunset hours when the sun leaves behind its orangish hues on the hill. If you are on the lookout for the most surreal tourist places in Cape Town, Signal Hill won’t disappoint you.

Location: Military Rd, Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Timing: 8 am to 4 pm and Sunday closed

Clifton And Camps Bay Beaches

Merely 6 Km away from the hectic streets of the city centre, Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches are dotted with several lavish estates which add to the beauty of its white sandy beaches. Attracting both foreigners and natives alike, this captivating beach site also serves as a venue for volleyball and surfing.

A short walk from the first beach will take you to a site that is the hub for adventure sports and stands out with its Lion’s Head peak. The fourth beach of Clifton and Camps Bay is known for its fresh and pristine water where you can unwind for hours at a stretch.

If you are craving for a delicious feast, go to one of its trendy bars and café retreats which are waiting to serve you the best dining experiences. With so much fun and beauty in its reserve, Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches is certainly one of the best tourist places in Cape Town.

Location: Camps Bay 8005 South Africa

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Delve deeper into the magic of Cape Town at this mesmerizing destination which boasts of its glorious fishing history. Standing in the heart of the city, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is lined with a spate of restaurants, bars, and pubs where you can take in the celebrative vibe of the city.

Guests can choose to either bask in the vistas of Table Mountain or learn interesting details about the ancient fishing business in South Africa. With bountiful places to eat, shop, drink, and celebrate, this Cape Town attraction doesn’t let you have a single dull moment.

If you are eager to have the bird’s eye view of Cape Town, don’t forget to include The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront among the list of places to visit in Cape Town.

Location: 19 Dock Rd, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Timing: 9 am to 9 pm

Boulders Beach

An hour drive from Cape Town city will take you to this ethereal destination which has abundant beauty and magic to offer to the tourists. Nestled in the quaint town of Simon’s, Boulders Beach primarily serves as a haven to over two thousand African Penguins.

Tourists flock to this beach to witness these lovely creatures, who look even cuter walking in a row with small disciplined steps. As you move to the neighbouring Foxy Beach, be ready to watch them in the most picturesque landscapes complete with rocks, boulders, and glistening white sand.

If you are searching for the most surreal places to visit in Cape Town, Boulders Beach definitely deserves a shot.

Location: Kleintuin Rd, Simon’s Town, Cape Town, 7995, South Africa

Timing: 7 am to 5 pm

Robben Island

Merely 2 km away from Cape Town, Robben Island is often known as the place of banishment. It is believed that during the Apartheid times, social outcasts were forcefully fleeted to this spot. With its close link with the brutality, cruelty, and discrimination being practised during the Apartheid times, Robben Island holds utmost significance among Africans.

Moreover, this site also used to be the prison for freedom fighters who dedicated their entire lives to the freedom struggle of their country. With so much historical significance, this island site has been now converted into a museum that attracts a plethora of history buffs throughout the year. If you are eager to explore the best historical places to visit in Cape Town, Robben Island is your go-to spot.

Location: Table Bay, Western Cape province, South Africa

Cape Point

Just 60 Km outside the city, Cape Point is counted among the best places to visit in Cape Town. This site draws tourists with its massive stone cliffs, spectacular bays, rolling green hills, and verdant valleys. Being home to around 250 different bird species, it also serves as a major haunt for wildlife buffs and bird lovers.

Additionally, it welcomes you with a row of 1100 indigenous plants which add to the natural splendour of this surreal destination. A short walk from here will lead you to Two Oceans Restaurant where you can treat your taste buds with scrumptious African meals.

Location: Cape Peninsula, Cape Town, South Africa