Luckley House comes to South Africa

Posted on August 8th, 2016 in

The tour starts in Johannesburg : a gold tour at Gold Reef City to see why Joburg is known as Egoli. It then moves on to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park for game drives and a night bush braai. Next is a visit to Chimp Eden in Nelspruit, a Jane Goodall Institute for rescued chimps and then back to Johannesburg. Visit Soweto and the Apartheid Museum, experience the different cultures at Lesedi cultural village before leaving Johannesburg for Cape Town. A City Tour introduces the group to its colonial history, the effects of slavery and Apartheid. Go up Table Mountain and visit the V&A Waterfront. A trip to Robben Island showing how one person can make a difference to a nation and the world followed by a Peninsula tour tracing the Atlantic coast to the Cape of Good Hope and Boulders Beach home to the African Penguin. Lastly a visit to the Drakenstein Lion Park before returning to CT International Airport for connecting flight back to the UK.

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