Overland Tours

Come and experience our hospitality wherever you go and get in touch with our wide variety of fascinating cultures and local traditions. Our people are ready to show you our country’s natural wonders, draw you into the rhythm and soul of Africa, give you close encounters with our regal wildlife and take you on an unforgettable journey through our ancient and recent past.

We guarantee you will have incredible stories to tell…

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Tour Name Date Highlights
Kruger Fly in Safari – Luxury Lodge Pre: 5 -7 Apr 2018
Post: 14 – 16 Apr 2018
Tour starts and ends at OR Tambo Int. Airport (JNB)
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve is an unspoilt part of Africa ecologically and geographically integrated with the adjacent Kruger National Park. Includes: Return flights Jnb / Sabi / Jnb; accommodation at Sabi Bush Lodge or similar, 3 meals per day, 2 game drives per day with complimentary sun downer cocktails and snacks, Tea, coffee and snacks, optional bush walks daily and selected local brand beverages.
Eastern Cape Private Game Reserve Pre: 5 -7 Apr 2018
Post: 14 – 16 Apr 2018
Tour starts and ends in Cape Town.
The Eastern Cape boasts a wealth of flora and fauna, including the “Big Five.” This is the ultimate African adventure and conservation effort coupled with responsible tourism. For that African Safari experience of a lifetime this is a tour not to be missed. Includes return flights between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
Victoria Falls Trip – Zambia Pre: 5 -7 Apr 2018
Post: 14 – 16 Apr 2018
Tour starts and ends in Johannesburg. (3 days and 2 nights)
Victoria Falls, this mighty waterfall forms a spectacular backdrop to the Zambezi Sun & Royal Livingston hotels along the Zambian banks of the great Zambezi River. Includes flights to and from Livingstone from Johannesburg.
Victoria Falls Trip – Zimbabwe and Botswana Pre: 3 – 7 Apr 2018
Post: 14 – 18 Apr 2018
Tour starts and ends in Johannesburg. (5 days and 4 nights)
The Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Mosi-Oa-Tunya or The Smoke That Thunders stretches over 1.5km as it plunges over 100m into the Zambezi gorge below. Chobe National Park in Botswana is home to 450 bird species and the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.

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