South Africa 1-Week Tours and Itineraries

Discover the best 1-Week tours in South Africa with Bookmundi. We offer a total of 15+ South Africa 1-Week tours and itineraries with 3 customer reviews.

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South Africa 1 week Tour Reviews

5.0 - Excellent
Based on 3 customer reviews
5 - Excellent
  • Sandra Doreen Asfar
Great time BUT needed two more days to really see Cape a town. Willing to pay more as the journey getting there was VERY long and CTown deserved more time.
Cabarbet & Capers South Africa March 2020
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
An unforgettable trip that will live long in the memory. One that I would highly tecommend to anyone in their 30's and 40's who is short on time and keen to dip their toe into the best activities that the Cape has to offer. This was the first ever tour of this type with the tour operator so it was a step into the unknown. Whats more, it coincided with the COVID-19 outbreak which ultimately led to it being cut short as we had to return to the UK. Nonetheless, the small amount of time spent in Cape Town with my fellow explorers and our fantastic tour guides Adonia and Ernest exceeded my expectations.As a seasoned traveller and regular customer of the operator, I knew that in spite of the uncertainty that came with travelling overseas as COVID-19 spread, I'd be in safe hands. After discovering on day 2 that the trip would be cut short, Adonia with support from Caroline and John from the operator's HQ who had joined us on the trip, provided regular updates and guidance on the fast-moving situation. This enabled me to make clear decisions on how and when I should return home before borders closed and airlines cancelled flights.While the trip itself was reduced to 5 days, the activities that we were able to experience were hugely enjoyable. Hiking halfway way up Table Mountain in fierce winds and getting some amazing views of downtown Cape Town before (very sensibly) being directed by Adonia to head back down as it was just too risky to hike all the way to the top. Visiting the Cape of Good Hope and hiking up to Cape Point Light House in even stronger winds was quite an experience even for someone who grew up on the windy west coast of Scotland!The accommodation across the 5 days was fantastic and leaned towards the 4 star in terms of quality. In Cape Town, the Grand Daddy Hotel was a one of a kind experience. Very quirky with Airstream style caravans on the top floor. Great rooms and very good breakfasts. In Simonstown, our hotel overlooked the gorgeous bay and offered great views of the sun setting. Last but not least, our farm stay accommodation on the outskirts of Stellenbosch offered great views of the surrounding vin yards and mountains on the horizon. Two separate swimming pools was also a welcome discovery.
Very Good!
5 - Excellent
  • Gavin
Highlights - Watching the stunning scenery roll by, tea & scones in charming Matjiesfontein, Prince Albert, Victoria Beach, Monkeyland, Plettenberg Bay, Storms River Mouth walk, and accommodation. Phillip was an attentive and knowledgeable guide. Relaxed and very professional. Good sense of humour.

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