SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa has it all: amazing beaches,

the convergence of two vast oceans, incredible wildlife (from penguins to beasts of the bush), vibrant cities, fantastic gardens and some of the world’s best wine country. Combine that with outstanding value, warm hospitality, truly exceptional culinary options and, of course, history and traditions that have captured the hearts of the world.

 

Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. Here are some of the things that will make your trip to South Africa special.

 

Age Related Activities

Children Under 12

Visit an animal rescue center who’s primary objective is to reverse the decline of seabird populations through the rescue, rehabilitation and release of ill, injured, abandoned and oiled seabirds. Kids will have a chance to volunteer, providing hands on help clean oiled penguins, pelicans, gannets and sea gulls.

Teen Itineraries

Teens have even more adventure with a  half-day surfing lesson, held at Muizenberg Beach. Considered by many as one of the best places in the world to learn how to surf thanks to long, gentle and frequent waves,

 

While on safari, Spend half-day a nearby endangered animal center. Teens will have the opportunity for

Adult Itineraries

For added fun adults will take a ride in a  classic WW2 sidecar ride from Victoria and Alfred Waterfront to Haut Bay ahead of the oyster and champagne toast.

 

While on safari, sleep under the stars in the African bush! Drift off to sleep while perched high on a custom-designed platform with the sounds of Africa in the distance.

Key Itinerary Content

Travelers will complete a trip planning questionnaire that will allow Global CommUnity, working with their travel advisor, to fully customize their trip according to their family interests.

 

7-Day Itinerary

— Enjoy High Tea

Explore the arts district of Cape Town

Kayak around Cape Point to see the famous penguins

Explore the arts district of Cape Town

 

Transfers, private guided tours and breakfast daily, other meals as mentioned

Pricing is based on 4 passengers, double occupancy

Four Star pricing begins at $3,808 per adult  / $2,308 children under 12

Five Star pricing begins at  $6,089 per adult  / $2,308 children under 12

 

3-Day Extension Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Four Star

This area provides some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa and is home to a wide variety of game including the "Big Five," rhino, elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo, over 420 species of birds, reticulated giraffe, cheetah and numerous antelope and endangered species such as the Grevy zebra and sitatunga.

 

Transfers, private guided tours and all meals.

Pricing is based on 4 - 6 passengers

Prices starting at $2,518 per adult  / $1960 child under 16

 

3-Day Extension Chyulu Hills FiveStar

This area provides some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa and is home to a wide variety of game including the "Big Five," rhino, elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo, over 420 species of birds, reticulated giraffe, cheetah and numerous antelope and endangered species such as the Grevy zebra and sitatunga.

 

Transfers, private guided tours and all meals.

Pricing is based on 4 - 6 passengers

Prices starting at $2,518 per adult  / $1960 child under 16

 

You will visit one of the newer rehabilitation centers in the region, where injured animals are nursed back to health before being released back into the wild. You will discover one unique aspect of this center, its partnership educating underprivileged, orphaned, or physically and mentally challenged children, who are given the experience of nursing these animals back to health, which in turn does wonders for their own healing.

CommUnity Impact

Animal Rehabilitation

Preparing for South Africa

— Children under 12 receive a new friend, Sameera, (means moonlight) who comes with a story book  telling what her life is like in South Africa.

— The whole family will receive recipes, books and movies preparing them for their trip.

— We have organized safaris for children of all ages in Southern Africa. South Africa is particularly attractive to families traveling with young children. As a well-developed country with good roads, medical care and a wide range of accommodation options, we are able to support children of all ages in South Africa.

— While it is possible to cater to all ages while on safari in Southern Africa, we feel the ideal age for children to experience safari begins at 7. At this age, children are able to understand and follow guide safety instructions and generally have the endurance to enjoy long game drives, longer international flights and are generally more adaptable. Many camps require children to be 8 or 9 in order to walk in the bush, and as we consider this to be a hugely enjoyable, exciting and valuable experience for children to have while in Southern Africa, this should be taken into consideration as well.

— Generally speaking, summer months (June – August) are peak season. April and May are considered low season but game viewing is excellent making these months great value for safari in Southern Africa.  Weather during the fall and winter months (November – January) can be very hot ahead of the rains. This is considered low season.

— A visa is not required for this destination for a stay of up to 90 days.

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