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Two countries, one trip? Doddle.

Famous for its amazing wildlife, lively cities and rugged coastline, South Africa offers a range of experiences. There’s an endless amount of things to see and do here so, if you’re struggling to decide where to go, a South Africa multi-centre holiday might be the perfect solution. You can see all different sides to the Rainbow Nation, from bustling Cape Town to the picturesque Garden Route to the sweeping African plains. Our experts have created a range of diverse itineraries, so you can choose the best one for you.

On a South Africa multi-centre holiday, you can combine all the best bits of this fascinating country into one easy trip. Go on safari in search of the ‘Big Five’, enjoy a tasting session in the Cape Winelands, and explore the mountains and beaches dotted along the Garden Route. Plus, you’ll be able to tick off at least one major city, as all our multi-centres include some time in lively Cape Town or sun-soaked Durban.

But that’s not all. Some of our South Africa multi-centres give you the chance to tick another country off your bucket list. You could spend a few days sightseeing and shopping in Dubai or Abu Dhabi beforehand. Or, after a week in South Africa, you could retreat to the idyllic island of Mauritius for some well-earned rest and relaxation. Alternatively, if you’d like to see more of enormous Africa, why not spend some time in Namibia and Botswana? Whether you’re looking for city sites or sandy beaches, our experts can create your dream getaway. And we’ll take care of every detail, to make sure your trip is straightforward and hassle-free.  

 

South Africa

Namibia & Botswana

Mauritius

Middle East

Explore South Africa

South Africa is so diverse that you can easily enjoy a multi-centre holiday within its borders. We’d recommend visiting at least three different places, and you should aim to see a mix of cities and natural landscapes if you can.

You could start in vibrant Cape Town, where you’ll have a few days to tick off all the major attractions. Next, you could head to the Cape Winelands and sip delicious vintages in the sunshine. Or you could go whale-watching in Hermanus, before heading along the Garden Route. This famous drive runs parallel to the coast, weaving past sweeping beaches, green hills and dramatic mountains. And you can round off your South Africa multi-centre by going on an incredible safari.

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Alternatively, discover the country’s eastern half. You’ll start your trip in multicultural Durban, where you can stroll around the India District and relax on sun-soaked beaches. Next, you can explore KwaZulu Natal, learn about Zulu culture, and visit famous Anglo-Zulu battlefields like Rorke's Drift. Wrap things up in Kruger National Park, where you’ll go on game drives in search of the ‘Big Five’.

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See more of Africa

If you’re dreaming of an African adventure, we’ve got just the thing. On an epic two-week holiday, you can discover South Africa, Namibia and Botswana.

You’ll have a few days to discover the delights of Cape Town. Go to the top of Table Mountain, visit historical Robben Island, and see penguins waddling along Boulders Beach. Or you could simply relax on the powdery sands of Camps Bay.

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Next, you’ll travel north to Botswana. Roughly the size of Spain, this beautiful country is home to all kinds of wildlife, including the ‘Big Five’ – and you’ll be able to see them for yourself on safari in Chobe National Park. 

Namibia is your third stop, where you can go on exciting game drives in Etosha National Park and explore the fascinating capital city, Windhoek. Finally, you’ll travel to Zambia to see the incredible Victoria Falls. One of the largest waterfalls in the world, this mesmerising sight makes the perfect finale to your holiday.

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Unwind in Mauritius

This South Africa multi-centre holiday allows you to combine city, safari and beach – the perfect trio. You’ll spend three nights in Cape Town, before spending a few days on an amazing safari. You’ll go on game drives to see the ‘Big Five’ as well as giraffes, zebra, warthogs and more. And your guide will be able to point out a variety of beautiful birds.

After a busy week, it’s time to relax. You’ll jet off to picture-perfect Mauritius, where white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and luxurious resorts await. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, this paradisiacal island boasts colourful coral reefs and fantastic snorkelling, as well as decent waves for surfing and watersports.

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But there’s plenty to discover on dry land, too. Go zip-lining through Mauritius’ bird-filled forests, and hike through Black River Gorges National Park past babbling waterfalls and lush valleys. Or visit Chamarel to see the famous Seven Coloured Earths – a natural phenomenon where the ground is different shades of pink, purple, orange and yellow.

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Discover the Middle East

If you’re keen to break up the journey to South Africa, why not fly via the Middle East? You can see the highlights of Dubai or Abu Dhabi, before continuing on to Cape Town.

It’s easy to fill a few days in extravagant Dubai. You can visit iconic landmarks, like the sky-piercing Burj Khalifa and the Palm Islands. Lose yourself among the endless shops of Dubai Mall, and ride rollercoasters at Dubai Parks and Resorts™. And, in the evenings, you can hop between Dubai’s rooftop bars and award-winning restaurants.

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Alternatively, you could start your South Africa multi-centre in Abu Dhabi. The capital of the United Arab Emirates, this grand city boasts incredible architecture, luxurious hotels and world-class shops. Marvel at the enormous Sheikh Zayed Mosque and go dune-bashing in the desert. Relax on one of Abu Dhabi’s blonde beaches and stroll along the sun-soaked Corniche. Or get in the mood for your African safari with a visit to Sir Bani Yas Island, where you’ll find cheetahs, gazelles and giraffes.

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South Africa

Explore South Africa

South Africa is so diverse that you can easily enjoy a multi-centre holiday within its borders. We’d recommend visiting at least three different places, and you should aim to see a mix of cities and natural landscapes if you can.

You could start in vibrant Cape Town, where you’ll have a few days to tick off all the major attractions. Next, you could head to the Cape Winelands and sip delicious vintages in the sunshine. Or you could go whale-watching in Hermanus, before heading along the Garden Route. This famous drive runs parallel to the coast, weaving past sweeping beaches, green hills and dramatic mountains. And you can round off your South Africa multi-centre by going on an incredible safari.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, discover the country’s eastern half. You’ll start your trip in multicultural Durban, where you can stroll around the India District and relax on sun-soaked beaches. Next, you can explore KwaZulu Natal, learn about Zulu culture, and visit famous Anglo-Zulu battlefields like Rorke's Drift. Wrap things up in Kruger National Park, where you’ll go on game drives in search of the ‘Big Five’.

Show More
Show Less

Namibia & Botswana

See more of Africa

If you’re dreaming of an African adventure, we’ve got just the thing. On an epic two-week holiday, you can discover South Africa, Namibia and Botswana.

You’ll have a few days to discover the delights of Cape Town. Go to the top of Table Mountain, visit historical Robben Island, and see penguins waddling along Boulders Beach. Or you could simply relax on the powdery sands of Camps Bay.

Show More
Show Less

Next, you’ll travel north to Botswana. Roughly the size of Spain, this beautiful country is home to all kinds of wildlife, including the ‘Big Five’ – and you’ll be able to see them for yourself on safari in Chobe National Park. 

Namibia is your third stop, where you can go on exciting game drives in Etosha National Park and explore the fascinating capital city, Windhoek. Finally, you’ll travel to Zambia to see the incredible Victoria Falls. One of the largest waterfalls in the world, this mesmerising sight makes the perfect finale to your holiday.

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Show Less

Mauritius

Unwind in Mauritius

This South Africa multi-centre holiday allows you to combine city, safari and beach – the perfect trio. You’ll spend three nights in Cape Town, before spending a few days on an amazing safari. You’ll go on game drives to see the ‘Big Five’ as well as giraffes, zebra, warthogs and more. And your guide will be able to point out a variety of beautiful birds.

After a busy week, it’s time to relax. You’ll jet off to picture-perfect Mauritius, where white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and luxurious resorts await. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, this paradisiacal island boasts colourful coral reefs and fantastic snorkelling, as well as decent waves for surfing and watersports.

Show More
Show Less

But there’s plenty to discover on dry land, too. Go zip-lining through Mauritius’ bird-filled forests, and hike through Black River Gorges National Park past babbling waterfalls and lush valleys. Or visit Chamarel to see the famous Seven Coloured Earths – a natural phenomenon where the ground is different shades of pink, purple, orange and yellow.

Show More
Show Less

Middle East

Discover the Middle East

If you’re keen to break up the journey to South Africa, why not fly via the Middle East? You can see the highlights of Dubai or Abu Dhabi, before continuing on to Cape Town.

It’s easy to fill a few days in extravagant Dubai. You can visit iconic landmarks, like the sky-piercing Burj Khalifa and the Palm Islands. Lose yourself among the endless shops of Dubai Mall, and ride rollercoasters at Dubai Parks and Resorts™. And, in the evenings, you can hop between Dubai’s rooftop bars and award-winning restaurants.

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Alternatively, you could start your South Africa multi-centre in Abu Dhabi. The capital of the United Arab Emirates, this grand city boasts incredible architecture, luxurious hotels and world-class shops. Marvel at the enormous Sheikh Zayed Mosque and go dune-bashing in the desert. Relax on one of Abu Dhabi’s blonde beaches and stroll along the sun-soaked Corniche. Or get in the mood for your African safari with a visit to Sir Bani Yas Island, where you’ll find cheetahs, gazelles and giraffes.

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