“It was a marvellous 3 weeks trip, from Cap to Victoria Falls passing through lots of places.
Great accommodation with maybe an improvement to have for Johannesburg (see below),
Cape Town: Christopher is a perfect guide. Avoid going to Table Moutain on weekends, too many people.
Hermanus: be careful the whale season ends mid November. A must-see
Franschhoek: nice wine tasting opportunities, but you should book the top range.
Oudtshoorn: Ostriches are worth a visit and also the Cango caves
Knysna: even if it rains, the lagoon cruise is interesting. Otherwise, the city itself does not offer much interest, Mini local museum with free entry and participation in the choice.
Saint Lucia: another judicious discovery; we loved both the boat trip and the safari.
Dumazulu traditional village: really for tourists, does not offer interest.
All the game reserves we did- Hluhluhwe, Shishangeni, Sabie sands, Klaserie are different and, consequently, offer a multitude of views on the flora and fauna.
Swaziland: an obligatory detour, very enriching, very true.
Blyde river canyon: superb landscapes and panoramas, on the other hand, Pilgrim’s Rest did not inspire us. Maybe get there in the morning?
Johannesburg: excellent guides and highlights at the Apartheid Museum.
Victoria Falls: Even with only half the water, a truly magical site. Chobe River and the game drive in Chobe National Park were a perfect ending to our trip.”
DIDIER KAHN ( COUPLE, SELF DRIVE)