For the ultimate combination of urban adventure and African Safari, a luxury wine trip to South Africa is immensely crucial. Start with Cape Town, a ruggedly beautiful city that is nestled under the Table Mountain and bordered by dramatic beaches. Explore the art and gastronomic nuances of the city, wander through the beautiful neighborhood, chat with locals and pick up some gorgeous pieces of craft. Next stop is the Sabi Sands Reserve, where you stay in one of the finest camps in the continent. Go on private game drives and lookout for lions, elephants and cheetahs. Take long walks with the in-house naturalists and forest rangers for understanding the landscape as well as the flora and fauna better.
South Africa is home to some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world, acres of lush wine lands, and thrilling game lodges in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Spend three blissful nights at Kensington Place, a chic hotel that offers the most perfect views of the Table Mountain… Spend the next couple of days exploring the high-end boutiques, markets, cafes and restaurants of Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula. Take a cable car to the Top of Table Mountain and view the glittering coastline. Take a tour of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years of his life, followed by a specialty shopping spree. Next stop is the tranquil Middedorp Manor, in the Stellenbosch region, where you stay for a night. Sample local wine and cuisine, while exploring this picturesque little town. Next day, catch a flight to Mpumalanga, and stay at the Lion Sands River Lodge for four whole nights. Go on morning and evening game drives, guided bush walks, with a professional ranger. Stay in