Explore South Africa, Eswatini, Mozambique & Lesotho in 8 Days

From: R47 800.00
per person min 2 pax


  • Johannesburg (Soweto towers, Mandela house, Apartheid Museum & Constitutional Hill)
  • Eswatini tour ( Glass factory, Ngwenya Mine, King Sobuza memorial park, Mantenga cultural village, Candle factory, Manzini market and Hlane National Park)
  • Maputo tour (Railways station, money museum, the fortress, Maputo cathedral, the Town Hall and National History museum
  • Isimangaliso wetland park plus Croc and Hippo cruise
  • Tour of Sani Pass & Lesotho
  • Tour of Durban city
Day 1


  • Meet and greet at OR Tambo International
  • Depending on time of arrival (Explore part of Johannesburg including Sandon)
  • Overnight at Avant guard Lodge on B&B
Day 2

Explore Johannesburg

  • Full day tour of Johannesburg and surroundings
  • Overnight at Avant Guard lodge on B&B
Day 3

Tour of Eswatini

  • Tour of Eswatini
  • Overnight at Hlane National Park on B&B
  • Sunset game drive or morning drive the next day
Day 4

Maputo City

  • Tour of Maputo city
  • Transfer to Ponta D’Ouoro
  • Overnight at Ponta D’Ouro on B&B

    Day 5

    Transfer to St. Lucia

    • Transfer to St. Lucia
    • Overnight in St. Lucia
    • Evening at leisure
    Day 6


    • Croc and Hippo cruise
    • Transfer to Underberg
    • Overnight in Underberg
    Day 7

    Sani Pass Day Tour

    • Sani Pass Day Tour including 10 km into Lesotho
    • (please check beforehand whether you need a visa to enter Lesotho or not)
    • Overnight in Durban
    Day 8

    Final Day

    • Tour of Durban
    • Drop off at King Shaka International airport to Johannesburg or Cape Town


    Soweto is a symbol of the New South Africa, caught between old squatter misery and new prosperity, squalor and an upbeat lifestyle, it’s a vibrant city which still openly bears the scars of the Apartheid past and yet shows what is possible in the New South Africa. This tour is innovative and highly diverse with customised experiences allowing you the opportunity to touch South Africa.

    The Apartheid Museum: This museum illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid and acts as a reminder of the historic and traumatic events that led up to South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994. The museum pays homage to men and women who risked their lives and died tragically in the struggle for freedom and equality. The Apartheid Museum is also meant to be a place of healing and the museum gardens offer visitors a tranquil space for reflection. A series of 22 individual exhibition areas take visitors on an emotional journey from a place of darkness to one of light and hope. The exhibits at the Apartheid Museum do not only highlight how people suffered under the state-sanctioned apartheid system as well as their struggle to overthrow the tyrannical ruling party, but also places a spotlight on the incredible tenacity and strength of character of the people who fought for freedom and equality in South Africa.

    Constitutional Hill is both a museum and the site of the notorious Old Fort prison known as Number 4 prison, women’s Gaol and the home of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Nowhere can the story of South Africa’s turbulent past and its extraordinary transition to democracy be told as it is at Constitution Hill. Its greatness lies in the fact that both our sung and unsung heroes get the recognition they deserve. On a more lighter note, the mood will be lifted thereafter by an experience of the Neighbourhood Market Housed in a modernist building that has a spectacular 15-story wall mural by the famed artist Eduardo Villa, the market is as much a source for farm fresh foods and specialty goods as it is a meeting point to enjoy a colourful and stylish community, swop ideas and stories, and be inspired by the energy that makes Johannesburg.

    Eswatini, one of only two Kingdoms in Southern Africa, is also the smallest country in Africa. It’s a proud kingdom ruled by a monarch full of traditional pastimes and lasting culture

    Isimangaliso wetland Park: South Africa’s first World Heritage Site the third largest protected area. The park is the biggest estuarine system in Africa and home to the biggest hippo and crocodile and bird populations in the country