INCENTIVE TRAVEL TO SOUTH AFRICA?

South Africa Incentive Travel

An incentive trip to South Africa will surprise you with its diversity. The wild life reserves, trendy cities, typical African markets and spectacular landscapes are at the top of the list of attractions. An exceptional destination for an incentive trip!

Wild-life safari

A visit to South Africa is of course not complete without a real safari! The animal kingdom is fascinating and unique. The national parks and nature reserves contain towering mountains, deserts and pure blue oceans, with an incredible variety of wildlife, from elephants and lions to great white sharks and playful penguins. One of the best places to spot wildlife is the Kruger National Park. Spot the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino) of South Africa on a safari with your team!

Cape Town

Start your incentive trip in Cape Town, one of the most special cities in the world. The rich colonial architecture is intertwined with the modern cosmopolitan city, with the imposing Table Mountain (fun to visit with a cable car) and snow-white beaches in the background. Enjoy Cape Street Food and taste the best wines. Whether you go to Cape Town for the beach, the impressive history, the good restaurant and nice bars, the special nature or something else, there is something for everyone.

Enjoy wine tasting

South Africa is also known for its great wines. The South African Wine Estates, the Cape Winelands, are undoubtedly one of the most beloved places in South Africa. They represent the heart of the country’s wine industry, which are now recognized worldwide as top quality wines. Enjoy delicious wine tastings in combination with, among other things, different chocolate, cheeses or extensive dinners. A unique way to discover the wine route is by the hop-on, hop-off wine tram. We arrange it for you and your team! 

Whale watching

You can also do some great whale watching in South Africa. Hermanus, known as the best whale watching site in the world, is about 2 hours drive from Cape Town. Whale season is approximately from June to December and the chance you won’t spot a whale is nil. For large groups it is possible to take a boat tour or kayak among the whales. Definitely recommended for a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Possible activities

Practical information

  • Best time to visit: each season has its benefits and there is no bad time to visit South Africa. The optimum time to visit depends on where you’re going and what you want to do while you’re there. Let us advice you on this!
  • Time zone: UTC+ 02:00
  • Currency: South African rand
An example incentive trip for inspiration, completely adjustable to your wish
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Program

Day 1: Arrival Capetown
Day 2: Capetown, townships & wine tasting
Day 3: Safari Kruger or Private Game lodge
Day 4: Safari Kruger or Private Game lodge
Day 5: Departure

Day 1 - Capetown

Welcom to Cape Town!

Cape Town is known as the ‘Mother City’ of South Africa. Its rich
colonial architecture intertwined with all the ‘wow’s’ of a modern
cosmopolitan city, set against the backdrop of Table Mountain,
one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, makes Cape Town one
of the most beautiful cities in the world.

There is no better way to introduce Life in an ‘Africa cosmopolitan city’ but through, food, wine, singing and dancing so we start the trip with a Pan African Dinner  including djembe drumming.

Day 2 - Capetown, townships & wine tasting

 

Starting the day with Table Mountain, enjoy the amazing view by cable car. Afterwards we explore CapeTown, enjoy the Cape Street Food, as well as wine tasting of South Africa’s best wines.

Optional: we can bring a visit to a Township to get a true cultural experience – from art to music to dancing. The visit will be by either walking or cycling. That is how people meet in townships! We will visit and actively participe in a social responsibility project of corporate choice. Enjoying a Gourmet Lunch, prepared by one of South Africa’s most colourful Chef personalities.
Casual Dinner at the Waterfront or dinner at the constantia Winelands (oldest wine area in the Cape).

Day 3 - Safari

Drive to Gondwana game reserve or flight to Kruger park.

In the afternoon we enjoy a Big Game Safari. A visit to Southern Africa is not complete without a true big game safari! The animal kingdom is fascinating and unique.

Gondwana offers an authentic African Safari Experience 4– 5 hours from Cape Town. This private game reserve offers a luxurious experience with Big 5 Safari Animals (lion, buffalo, elephant, rhino, and leopard). Herds of wildlife including eland, giraffe, hippo, cheetah and zebra can be seen on the majestic landscape with awe-inspiring views of the mountains in every direction.

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Day 4 - Safari

A day at a game lodge:
05h00 Early morning wake-up call.
06h00 Following early morning coffee and tea start of the morning game drive, which may take up to 3 hours.
09h00 Return to the lodge in time for breakfast. The remaining morning remains at leisure, alternatively bush walks are offered or a visit to a neighbouring local community may be arranged.
13h00 Light lunch is served at leisure
16h00 Guests meet for Afternoon Tea, after which the afternoon game drive starts
16h30 The afternoon game drive also takes about 3 hours and ends back at the lodge in time for dinner.
19h30 Dinner served
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Day 5 - Departure

Morning Game Drive. After breakfast departure flight/drive to Cape Town International and connect to return flight.

The end of amazing South Africa incentive travel!