The Real South Africa Travel and Tourism

Day Tours


Full Day Tours

Cullinan Diamond Mine

Experience a surface tour of the World Famous Cullinan Diamond mine and watch a video on the diamond industry in South Africa. We also visit the state of art diamond-cutting factory, where you can buy diamonds and jewelry direct from the source at the best possible prices.

Elephant Sanctuary

The elephant sanctuary, nestled in pristine, unspoiled bush and is home to five African Elephants. The focus is on education through interaction, so you will not only learn a lot about elephants, but also get to touch, feel, feed, walk trunk-in-hand and even ride these magnificent animals. The program is an exciting, education-oriented, hosted and guided by experienced guides.

Lesedi Cultural Village

Lesedi and its cultural experience of old and new Africa was co-founded by African explorer, Kingsley Holgate, who is renowned for his vast knowledge and passion for keeping the traditional African culture alive. He has ensured that every attraction to be found at Lesedi is not only fascinating, but enriching. Enjoy Tribal Dancing & Singing and experience a taste our traditional cuisine & beer.

Lion and Safari Park

The Lion Park is a truly unique venue. Play and have your photo taken with various cubs (if available) in an enclosed area – definitely a memorable experience. The park is not intended to be a game reserve, nor does it fall within the definition of a zoo. The idea is to have indigenous animals moving around as freely as possible in a natural environment, with visitors being able to come as close to them as possible, affording one the opportunity to view and photograph
them at close quarters from the comfort
an enclosed game viewing vehicle.

Pretoria City Tour & Cultural Drive-By

The city tour of Pretoria starts at the Voortrekker Monument, where the history of the early white pioneers in the interior of the country is depicted on marble friezes. We continue our journey through history and visit the Kruger House Museum, Church Square with the old Parliament building, the Palace of Justice and Paul Kruger’s statue.

Rhino & Lion Park

Only a short drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria situated in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, is the Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve. With over 600 head of game, this is the perfect setting for admiring nature on your doorstep. More than thirty species of game, including three of the big five, can be viewed from open vehicles in the presence of an experienced registered guide. These include Lion, Rhino, Cheetah Wild Dogs, Buffalo and a more than 20 species of antelope. It houses a nursery/den for all young endangered and orphaned animals. This allows you to have your photograph taken while playing with the lion cubs.

Soweto Township Tour

This tour takes you through the streets of So-we-to (South Western Townships) and its adjoining suburbs. Experience all the turmoil of this city during the “apartheid” years. The early house of Mr. Mandela (which is now the Mandela Family Museum), will be visited, as well as a shebeen (typical tavern) and the Regina Mundi Catholic Church the largest Catholic Cathedral in the Southern Hemisphere (1 600 square meters). Here one of the few Black Madonna’s in the world can be seen. This was also the venue for many illegal meetings in the “old” South Africa.

Hot Air Balloon Safari

The unique experience of hot air ballooning is essentially a rather elegant, eccentric adventure. Hover at treetop height and wave to local farmers as you go, or soar high among the clouds to experience the 720-degree wrap-around panorama of the Magalies River Valley. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine, lazily drifting on the wind on a fascinating flight over the beautiful countryside and return to the well-appointed riverside country base where the staff has prepared a hearty breakfast.

Johannesburg & Apartheid Museum

Egoli, meaning “Place Of Gold” is the African name for Johannesburg. The city displays a unique cultural and social history teeming with excitement. The basic principle behind Apartheid was simple – segregate everything. Their liberation in 1994 with the election of Nelson Mandela, the prisoner who became president. Today, segregation is exactly where it belongs – in a museum! The Apartheid Museum communicates this by using the dark images, sounds and atmosphere prevalent in that troubled era.


A visit to Maropeng takes you into a tumulus with a 4-billion year journey on an underground lake, through the element forces -water, air, fire and earth-dipping through waterfalls and icebergs into the eye of a storm, past erupting volcanoes and through the depths of earth to the beginning of the world, incorporating an underground extensive display which immerses visitors in touching, hearing, feeling, seeing and experiencing the unique history of humankind.

Full Day Game Drive Pilanesberg National Park

Pilanesberg is one of the oldest and largest volcanic complexes on earth. The Park accommodates virtually every mammal of Wildlife species into their natural habitat, spend the day touring the park and experience the “Big 5” & Game viewing.

Soweto & Johannesburg Drive By

Visit Mandela Family Museum; Hector Peterson Memorial; Regina Mundi Church, with lunch at a local restaurant and enjoy true African cuisine (own account). Visit the Apartheid Museum or Constitution Hill and Johannesburg drive-by.

Transfer and Chauffeur Services

  • Private shuttle service to and from the following airports: Cape Town International, O.R. Tambo
  • International (Johannesburg) and Durban International
  • Luxury air-conditioned vehicles
  • Personalized transfers to and from any destination
  • Chauffeur drive services
  • Conference and corporate transfers
  • 24 Hour Service

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