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Feature adventure holidays
We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Johannesburg to the Cape
Transport - Minivan / safari truck, on foot.
Accommodation - Hotel (1nt), guesthouse (3nts), camping (11nts), mountain huts with shared facilities (3nts).
Meals - 17 breakfasts, 15 lunches & 14 dinners.
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We had two leaders - Chris and Jamie - who were the best we could have wished for. Chris kept us on schedule even during some quite lengthy road trips, produced some fantastic meals, and had the best stories for round the campfire about his childhood in Zimbabwe and Southern African culture.
Hiking in the Drakensberg and especially Lesotho. Lesotho was in the highlight of the trip, and I would liked to have done a longer several day trek in this area.
The Sunway Safari guides were excellent, however one area in which they were lacking was knowledge of the optional activities. They appeared to have limited knowledge or willingness to help book these activities. I was particularly disappointed to miss the chance to take part in Shark Cage diving whilst in Cape Town, even though I had repeatedly asked for help in booking this activity during the course of the trip.
Walking in Lesotho at 8000 feet and where people still farm as they did in medieval times in Europe; wildlife viewing in the Kruger National Park and Mkuzi; seeing some really rare birds; arriving at the beach to see whales spouting offshore and dolphins feeding; meeting our guides; the fabulous accommodation in Cradock and Cape Town (luxury after camping); meeting local people without electricity and running water which inspired me to want to do something to help as that was quite shocking given the wealth in other parts of South Africa; singing in Swaziland.
We had two leaders - Chris and Jamie - who were the best we could have wished for. Chris kept us on schedule even during some quite lengthy road trips, produced some fantastic meals, and had the best stories for round the campfire about his childhood in Zimbabwe and Southern African culture. He really cared about our wellbeing and our enjoyment of the holiday which was a big bonus. Jamie was an expert on wildlife - particularly birds - and was a great role model for the younger members of the group. He made even our 5am starts to view wildlife really exciting.