Cape Town sits in the midst of stunning natural landmarks: Table Mountain, towered by Devil's Peak and Lion's Head, bordered by endless beaches and verdant Wine Lands. The region’s rich history is captured in a number of excellent museums, historic sites and cultural events. With activities such as golfing, hiking and excursions to the Cape Peninsula and Cape Wine Lands, there is truly something for everyone in the Mother City. Mills Africa's Capetonian guides have a vast knowledge and love for the city and surrounding area. With their expertise your introduction to this culturally diverse and historically rich region will be both in-depth and intriguing.
Kruger National Park is South Africa's largest national park and one of the oldest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. From the Limpopo River in the north to the Crocodile River to the south, the park covers a vast wilderness equal to the size of Israel. Here is the opportunity to view the Africa "Big Five" as they trek unfettered along their ancient paths.