South Africa and Seychelles Itinerary

South Africa and Seychelles itinerary

Visit the Seychelles and Johannesburg, spend 3 nights on Safari, then head to Cape Town and the Winelands.

  • Day 1: Travel Day
  • Days 2, 3 and 4: Seychelles
  • Day 5: Johannesburg
  • Days 6, 7 and 8: Safari in Kruger or Madikwe (flexible, other locations available)
  • Days 9, 10 and 11: Cape Town
  • Days 12 and 13: Cape Winelands
  • Day 14: Travel Day

Trip Description: The adventure begins in the gorgeous Seychelles, a cluster of more than 100 islands near East Africa. In the Seychelles, you’ll find idyllic beaches with turquoise waters, colorful coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as giant turtles. Spend 3 nights relaxing in paradise before heading to South Africa.

On day 4, you’ll take a nonstop flight to Johannesburg where you’ll spend one quick night before heading out to your once-in-a-lifetime safari. Safari locations are flexible – we love Kruger and Madikwe, but you can also choose to enjoy Kenya or Botswana if that’s your preference.

The next 3 nights will be spent in a luxurious safari lodge. You’ll wake up to a quick bite of sweets and coffee/tea before heading out on your morning game drive. After spying on a range of animals, you’ll head back to the lodge for an elaborate breakfast. The afternoon can then be enjoyed at your leisure — lay by the hotel’s private pool, with the nature reserve and a bevy of animals as your backdrop, or sip champagne before an outdoor couple’s massage. The evening game drive begins around sunset, and most include a little happy hour surprise in the reserve.

After the Safari, you’ll fly to Cape Town for a bit of city life – hike Table Mountain, visit gorgeous Camp’s Bay for a vibrant beach scene and spy on the penguins at Boulder’s Beach. The finale of the trip takes place in the Cape Winelands, home to the region’s best and most beautiful wineries.

Click here to start planning your South Africa and Seychelles itinerary. *Note: All itineraries are flexible, so if you’d rather visit Mauritius instead of they Seychelles or a different African country, the world is your oyster.