Felleng Tours was established in June 2001. We provide tour operatring services and over the years Felleng Tours has earned a good reputation for it's excellent service and we strive to give reasonable prices for all our packaged tours.
Originally Qualified as a electrician and obtained his wiremance licence, working his way up to become a Electrical Technologist in the corporate world. After 19 years decided to open up his own business and ventured into the travel industry. He qualified as a National Tour Guide and his favourite outings is into the bush.
Obtained a BA degree with history and political studies as her mayor subjects. She also obtained a diploma in Small Business Development at Northwest University, afterwards she obtained her guiding qualifications in various parts of our country, She now specialize in guiding Soweto, Pretoria etc.
Our website guru and working on accounting and admin for the company. Maintaining their website and implementing new specials and tours. Afrter school he lived in Amsterdam to work and study. He later decided to return. Helping his parents within the company
The vehicles we use are fully registered and insured, and driven by professionally registered drivers. Our Tourist Guides are experienced, professionally registered, with knowledge of the areas being visited.
Pricing for tours are done on an individual basis, due to needs, interests, preferred accommodation, and time limits of our guests. All tours are priced and quoted in South African currency (Zar). This ensures realistic, value for money quotations.
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If you decided to visit Slovenia and see the most of it, a capital town of Ljubljana might be the best base and a starting point for day trips around this beautiful country. If you take a look on the map you will see that Ljubljana is located right in the middle of Slovenia and more or less in the center of Europe, which is not only one of the best starting points to visit Slovenian beauties, but also some European jewels like Venice, Trieste, Vienna, Zagreb and so on.
Guests are collected at their hotel. Description - Soweto - South Western Townships - the largest black city in Africa. See how 3,5 million people got its fame during the "apartheid" years. The tour to Soweto will consist of: Enter Soweto via the up-market area called Diepkloof Extension where some of the houses can cost in the millions. Drive through the Baragwanath area to soak up the sites, sounds and "smells" of Africa at close quarters - informal open-air butcher shop, herbalists, barbers and market etc. We pass Baragwanath Hospital, the largest hospital in the southern hemisphere. The tour continues with a drive through the various suburbs, including the early suburbs of Orlando where many of the political giants lived and the Kliptown area where the freedom charter was signed, now being developed as the Walter Sizulu square of dedication.
From there we visit a shantytown in Kliptown. This is the oldest suburb in Soweto. We meet the Kliptown Youth Programme were young people help to improve the life of young children. We visit one of these houses.
We visit the Nelson Mandela house museum and Vilakazi Street, which is the only street in the world where two Nobel Peace prize-winners lived.
All of our clients, both South Africans and from elsewhere comment on how welcomed, and safe they felt and how friendly the Sowetans are.
From Soweto we proceed to The Apartheids museum i.e.: Embark on a discovery of the racial segregation experienced by millions of South Africans a mere decade ago. On entering the building you are racially classified and you see this segregation in all forms of life. Excellent displays on the Soweto up-rising, ANC in exile, petty apartheid, solitary confinement, anti-apartheid movements abroad, sport boycotts, etc. Culminating in the birth a new democratic country, the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as President and witnessing one of the most progressive constitutions in the world.
Clients are dropped off at the hotel once tour is complete. Price includes entrance fees, excludes lunch
Constitution Hill is a unique heritage site in the inner city of Johannesburg. It is a campus for human rights, a place where visitors can come to witness and experience democracy at work. A visit to the site includes several attractions, which are all included in the tour price. The Constitutional Court, home of South Africa’s constitution, is one of the most significant pieces of post-apartheid architecture in South Africa. The Court houses a collection of artworks by eminent South Africa artists – over 200 tapestries, engravings, sculptures and paintings – all with a human rights theme. Built in 1893, the Old Fort is one of Johannesburg’s oldest buildings and was used as a fortress by Paul Kruger during the South African War. It has a forbidding entrance tunnel and striking fort architecture. Later the Old Fort was a prison for white male prisoners. Nelson Mandela was the only black prisoner to be held in this “whites only” prison.
The Women’s Jail is a handsome Victorian-style face-brick building, where the likes of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and other political activists as well as the notorious Daisy de Melker were held. An exhibition throughout the prison tells the story of the prison and the women who were incarcerated here. In the northern courtyard of the Jail stand two new buildings that house the Gender Commission and other Chapter Nine organisations. Number Four was a notorious black male prison, where Mahatma Gandhi and Robert Sobukwe were both held. Exhibition attractions include the Emakhulukhuthu (the isolation cells), exhibitions based on research with ex-prisoners, and prisoner blanket and soap sculptures. From the ramparts visitors can view the inner city residential areas, downtown skyscrapers, mine-dumps and leafy northern suburbs of Johannesburg. Constitution Square includes the Great African Steps, the “We the People Wall”, showing messages from South Africans about their democracy. The bricks from the demolished Awaiting Trial Block pave the steps and form the wall to the new Constitutional Court Chamber.
Welcome to Budapest, Hungary’s lively capital spanning the banks of the Danube. The remainder of the day is free to start exploring Eastern Europe’s most cosmopolitan metropolis.
Whether you’re seeing the sights, shopping for handcrafted embroidery or Herend porcelain, or basking in the coffee house culture over a rich cream cake in the renowned Gerbeaud Café, Budapest’s unique energy is positively palatable. On your GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR, see Heroes’ Square as well as the massive hilltop castle complex with its remarkable Fishermen’s Bastion and 11th-century Matthias Church, the coronation spot of several Hungarian monarchs. Be sure to take note of the city’s eight bridges—many famous sights in and of themselves—which connect ancient Buda on the right bank with Pest on the left. You may even want to walk across Chain Bridge, built in 1849 and a symbol of Budapest. (Breakfast)
You have time this morning to explore Budapest further. Perhaps visit St. Stephen’s Basilica for marvelous views of the city from its viewing platform. This afternoon, board your river cruise vessel and meet your crew at a welcome reception. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Enjoy a day of relaxation on board and marvel at the beautiful scenery on both banks of the Danube. Hungary is on your left as you cruise upriver and Slovakia is on your right. The two countries share the Danube for a 58-mile stretch, with the border in the middle of the river. This evening, arrive in Vienna, Austria’s capital. Known as the “City of Music,” it inspired the creative genius of Mozart, Beethoven, and Strauss. An optional concert is available during your stay. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Once the center of the mighty Habsburg Empire, Austria’s magical capital on the blue Danube is a showcase of gilded architecture. This is home to the lavish Hofburg Imperial Palace complex with its Vienna Boys’ Choir and dazzling Lipizzaner stallions; the neo-renaissance Vienna Opera House; and awe-inspiring St. Stephen’s Cathedral—plus, countless other sights your LOCAL GUIDE will show you during an included CITY SIGHTSEEING TOUR. Stroll through the delightful pedestrian Kärntnerstrasse, and be sure to take a break and enjoy a piece of decadent Sachertorte or Apfelstrudel in one of the classic Viennese coffee houses, historic institutions that helped shape Viennese culture! (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Dürnstein, known for the magnificent baroque, blue Stiftskirche built in the 1700s, is right in the heart of the Wachau wine region. The main street of this small town—with a population of less than 1,000 people—is lined with 16th-century homes and charming cobblestone streets. This morning your Local Guide will take you on an included WALKING TOUR and tell you the tale of England’s King Richard the Lionheart, who was imprisoned in the castle whose ruins still stand above the town. During lunchtime, sail the picturesque Wachau Valley and arrive in Melk in the early afternoon. Here, enjoy a GUIDED VISIT of the magnificent 11th-century BENEDICTINE ABBEY, one of Europe’s largest monasteries. The abbey houses an ornate library with over 80,000 printed books and 2,000 manuscripts. You’ll be captivated by the splendor of the church with its frescoed ceilings, stunning high altar, marble statues, and 210-foot-high cupola. The view from the terrace over the Danube and surrounding countryside is breathtaking! This evening, sample some of the Wachau Valley’s FAMOUS WINES. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Today, you might wish to choose from a couple of full-day optional excursions: to Salzburg, taking in some of The Sound of Music sights or to medieval Český Krumlov in the Czech Republic, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alternatively, you may choose to stay on the ship and relax as you cruise to Passau, uniquely located where the Inn, Ilz, and Danube Rivers converge. Passau is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets lined with beautiful patrician houses. St. Stephen’s Cathedral, a masterpiece of Italian baroque architecture, houses one of the world’s largest church organs with 17,774 pipes. Take in the highlights on the included GUIDED WALK. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Dating back to the time of the Celts around 500 BC, Regensburg is one of Germany’s best preserved medieval cities. Established during the Holy Roman Empire and the only German city not bombed during WWII, Regensburg has at least 1,300 listed buildings of “historic interest.” Architectural highlights of your GUIDED WALK include the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall), built in the 13th century, and Porta Pretoria, gates to an ancient Roman fort built in 179 AD. Wander through the city’s lanes and alleys to discover the many mansions with high towers. Wealthy families built these towers to emphasize their status and wealth during the Middle Ages, and many still remain today. Walk across the 12th-century Steinerne Brücke (Stone Bridge), the oldest of its kind in Germany. Grab a beer and enjoy an included SNACK at the 17th-century Historische Wurstküche (Old Sausage Kitchen), one of Germany’s oldest restaurants. Here—where the locals congregate—feel the vibrant atmosphere and take in the remarkable views along the river. After dinner, we’ll introduce you to some of Germany’s FAMOUS BEERS. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
This morning, the choice is yours—join a Local Guide for GUIDED SIGHTSEEING of nearby Nuremberg. Although 90% of Nuremberg’s Old Town suffered extensive damage during WWII, much of it has been restored to the glory it once knew as the unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Marvel at this thousand-year-old city’s medieval fortifications, extraordinary gothic churches, and the Kaiserburg (Imperial Castle). Alternatively, join a Local Expert for a GUIDED SIGHTSEEING of Roth. This delightful Bavarian town, with its half-timbered houses and market square, is also an industrial center for textile manufacturing. Take pictures of Schloss Ratibor, an ancient hunting lodge built in 1535, with a most picturesque inner courtyard. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
After breakfast, say goodbye to your crew and travel by motorcoach to Prague, the “Golden City.” (Breakfast)
Prague is a 1,200-year-old city preserved in time, and, unlike other Central European capitals, it was not bombed during the 20th-century wars. A LOCAL GUIDE shows you its best-known treasures, such as the Old Town’s Astronomical Clock, built in 1410 and once the envy of all of Europe; HRADČANY CASTLE GROUNDS; St. Vitus Cathedral; and the Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague. Browse the shops for hand-cut crystal or art books. Mix with the locals in Wenceslas Square, an important meeting point where people demonstrated against the communist regime; or watch performers on Charles Bridge. (Breakfast)
Enjoy a free day to explore the city at your own pace. Perhaps visit the Communist Museum or take an optional excursion around the Jewish Quarter. Sample the local plum dumplings and Pilsner; stroll along the Vltava River. Your Cruise Director will have other suggestions for things to do. (Breakfast)
Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (Breakfast)
As its name suggests, Diverse Namibia offers a diverse mix of experiences, from desert exploration to boating, scenic drives to walks, all in a variety of different places, meeting a wealth of different people and animals.
Drive from Windhoek Airport to the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Sossusvlei. Spend time on the iconic red dunes as well as scenic drives taking in the unique wildlife that survives in one of the world’s oldest and most arid deserts. We stay at Kulala Adventurer Camp.
Transfer by road, taking in spectacular scenery to Swakopmund, a picturesque town with an eclectic mix of European and African culture. Nights are spent at the Hansa Hotel, which forms part of city’s architectural heritage. We explore the ice-blue Atlantic coast with a “Dolphin and Seal” catamaran cruise from Walvis Bay (weather permitting).
Travel up past Brandberg Mountain (second-largest monolith on earth) via Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp for lunch to Damaraland Adventurer Camp. Game drives and nature walks showcase the stark desert beauty and its fascinating desert-adapted wildlife and incredible geological formations.
Transfer by road to Andersson’s Camp in the private Ongava Game Reserve on the boundary of Etosha National Park, the highest density wildlife area within Namibia. In the former and the latter, we experience the pinnacle of game viewing.
Driving south, we return to Windhoek at 13h00 where the adventure ends.
Experience the adventure of driving through the great Namibia on your own whilst taking in the senery of the sun setting on the horizon.
Day 1: Scheduled flight to Windhoek. Pick up Avis car & drive to Etosha (530kms).
Day 2: At Leisure Etosha.
Day 3: Drive to Swakopmund (660kms).
Day 4: At Leisure Swakopmund.
Day 5: Drive to Sossusvlei (300kms).
Day 6: At Leisure Sossusvlei.
Day 7: Drive to Windhoek (300kms) for scheduled flight to Johannesburg or Cape Town.
Day 1: Scheduled flight to Windhoek. Pick up Avis car & drive to Etosha (530kms).
Day 2: At Leisure Etosha.
Day 3: Drive to Damaraland (400kms).
Day 4: At Leisure Damaraland.
Day 5: Drive to Swakopmund (300kms).
Day 6: At Leisure Swakopmund.
Day 7: Drive to Sossusvlei.
Day 8: At Leisure Sossusvlei.
Day 9: Drive to Windhoek (300kms) for scheduled flight to Johannesburg or Cape Town.
Your stay in The Kruger, We have partnered with some private Lodges whom are situated in the Greater Kruger National Park. If you consider visiting The Kruger then we recommend a 3 night 4 day stay at one of these lodges. Your stay will be a memorable one and the chances of encountering some (if not all) of the big 5 when doing your game drives are very good.
Situated in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park, Elephant Plains Game Lodge offers excellent Big 5 game viewing, luxurious accommodation and sumptuous cuisine. The lodge caters for the discerning traveller, offering a variety of accommodation options, varying from rondavels and luxury suites to the Manyeleti honeymoon suite.
Elephant Plains Game Lodge is world renowned for excellent Big 5 game viewing and guests can enjoy two game drives and a bush walk per day. Facilities include two swimming pools, a spa, gym, conference centre, small library and games room. We also cater for small, intimate weddings. The lodge is owner run and can accommodate a maximum of 24 guests. This guarantees personal service and attention to detail. Our unpretentious style ensures that guests regrettably leave the warm and friendly atmosphere of our little piece of Africa.
These are four and five star Luxury Game Lodges located in the game rich Thornybush Nature Reserve and the North Eastern Sabi Sand. The Thornybush Game Reserve, is a private game reserve, near Hoedspruit, in the Limpopo province. The Reserve's surface area is approximately 11.000 Ha of mainly open savannah.
Thornybush Game Reserve features 147 mammals including the "Big Five" , 114 reptiles, 507 birds, 49 fish, 34 amphibians and 336 trees species. As with many private reserves in South Africa, Thornybush is managed as an eco-tourism destination, thus the Reserve is funded by means of a number of up-market private commercial game lodges located within the Reserve.
Welcome to Hungary’s exciting capital city! This afternoon, board your river cruise vessel and meet your crew at an evening welcome reception.
Spanning the banks of the Danube, Budapest is one of Eastern Europe’s liveliest cities. Whether you’re seeing the sights, shopping for handcrafted embroidery or Herend porcelain, or basking in the coffee house culture over a rich cream cake in the renowned Gerbeaud Café, Budapest’s unique energy is positively palatable. On your GUIDED TOUR of the city, see Heroes’ Square as well as the massive hilltop castle complex with its remarkable Fishermen’s Bastion and 11th-century Matthias Church. Be sure to take note of the city’s eight bridges—famous sights in and of themselves—which connect ancient Buda on the right bank with Pest on the left. In your free time this afternoon, you may want to walk across Chain Bridge, built in 1849 and a symbol of Budapest; visit St. Stephen’s Basilica with marvelous views of the city from its viewing platform; or stroll along Váci utca, the main shopping street.
Today, arrive in Bratislava, situated at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and the dynamic capital of Slovakia. Join a Local Guide for a tour of the city, including a GUIDED WALK of its fascinating Old Town, where winding cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways twist and turn to reveal the Town Hall, one of the oldest stone buildings in the city. Also visit gothic ST. MARTIN’S CATHEDRAL, coronation church for the Kingdom of Hungary from the 16th to 19th centuries. Later, enjoy free time to explore on your own. Tonight, depart for Vienna.
Once the center of the mighty Habsburg Empire, Austria’s magical capital on the blue Danube is a showcase of gilded architecture. This is home to the lavish Hofburg Imperial Palace complex with its Vienna Boys’ Choir and dazzling Lipizzaner stallions; the neo-renaissance Vienna Opera House; and awe-inspiring St. Stephen’s Cathedral—plus, countless other sights you’ll see on your included GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR. Stroll through the delightful pedestrian Kärntnerstrasse, and be sure to take a break and enjoy a piece of decadent Sachertorte or Apfelstrudel in one of the classic Viennese coffee houses, historic institutions that helped shape Viennese culture! An optional concert is available tonight.
Dürnstein, situated in the heart of the Wachau wine region, is known for the magnificent baroque, blue Stiftskirche built in the 1700s. The main street of this small town—with a population of less than 1,000 people—is lined with 16th-century residences and charming cobblestone streets. A Local Guide will take you on a WALKING TOUR and tell you the tale of England’s King Richard the Lionheart, who was imprisoned in the castle whose ruins still stand above the town. Then, cruise through the beautiful Wachau Valley to reach Melk after lunch. Visit the magnificent 11th-century BENEDICTINE ABBEY which towers over the town and is one of Europe’s largest. It houses an ornate library with over 80,000 printed books and 2,000 manuscripts. Words cannot describe the splendor of its church with its frescoed ceilings, stunning high altar, marble statues, and 210-foot-high cupola. This evening, you’ll be able to sample some of the region’s FAMOUS WINES.
Today, choose from full-day optional excursions: to Salzburg, taking in some of The Sound of Music sights or to Český Krumlov in the Czech Republic, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rejoin your ship in Passau in the early evening. Alternatively, you may choose to stay on the ship and relax as you cruise to Passau, uniquely located where the Inn, Ilz, and Danube Rivers converge. Passau is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets lined with beautiful patrician houses and dominated by St. Stephen’s Cathedral, a masterpiece of Italian baroque architecture. Take in the highlights on the included GUIDED WALK.
Dating back to the time of the Celts around 500 BC, Regensburg is one of Germany’s best preserved medieval cities. Architectural highlights of your GUIDED WALK include the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall), built in the 13th century, and Porta Pretoria, gates to an ancient Roman fort built in 179 AD. Walk across the 12th-century Steinerne Brücke (Stone Bridge), the oldest of its kind in Germany. Grab a beer and enjoy an included SNACK at the Historische Wurstküche (Old Sausage Kitchen), one of Germany’s oldest restaurants. Bask in the vibrant atmosphere and take in the remarkable views along the river. Before dinner, we’ll introduce you to some of Germany’s FAMOUS BEERS.
This morning, relax on board, before docking in Roth. After lunch, join a GUIDED SIGHTSEEING of the city. This delightful Bavarian town, with its half-timbered houses and market square, is also an industrial center for textile manufacturing. Take pictures of Schloss Ratibor, an ancient hunting lodge built in 1535, with a most picturesque inner courtyard. Or you may prefer to choose a GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR of nearby Nuremberg. Although 90% of Nuremberg’s Old Town suffered extensive damage during WWII, much of it has been restored to the glory it once knew as the unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Marvel at this thousand-year-old city’s medieval fortifications, extraordinary gothic churches, and the Kaiserburg (Imperial Castle), or join a more specialized NUREMBERG RALLY GROUNDS tour.
This morning, arrive in medieval Bamberg, former residence of one of Germany’s most powerful imperial dynasties and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your GUIDED WALKING TOUR takes in its historic center, including the great 13th-century Romanesque cathedral and the fascinating Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)—built on an island in the middle of the Regnitz River when the bishop refused to give the townspeople land for a town hall! This afternoon, cruise gently along the Main River as you head for Würzburg.
Surrounded by verdant hillside vineyards, Würzburg, the “Pearl of the Romantic Road,” makes an immediate impression with imposing Fortress Marienberg perched above town and the 15th-century Alte Mainbrücke (Old Main Bridge). On your included GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR, visit the magnificent baroque BISHOP’S RESIDENZ, home to the largest ceiling fresco ever painted. This afternoon, you are free to explore on your own, or perhaps join an optional excursion to medieval Rothenburg.
On the banks of the Main River you find cultural gems of small towns, many of them tucked away behind defensive walls and towered gates. With half- timbered houses, narrow streets, and medieval town centers, these picturesque Bavarian villages are a photographer’s delight. Join your Local Guide to experience one of these towns on a GUIDED WALK.
Today, arrive in Rüdesheim, a quintessential Rhine Valley wine town. Visit SIEGFRIED’S MECHANICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM, where you’ll see and hear a large collection of self-playing calliopes and music boxes from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Enjoy a SPECIAL TREAT, then head downstream from Rüdesheim, through the dramatic RHINE GORGE, the most beautiful stretch of river. Here, ancient castles stand sentry on lofty cliffs rising 400 feet above the water. Cruise past the legendary rock of the Lorelei, where echoes of enchanted siren song lured unwitting sailors to their doom.
Arrive in Cologne this morning. One of Germany’s largest cities and capital of the Rhineland, Cologne straddles both sides of the Rhine and is known for its soaring, twin-steepled gothic cathedral. Choose between an included GUIDED CITY WALK or JEWISH HERITAGE WALK. Later, during free time, perhaps look in on the Romano-Germanic Museum, home to a large collection of artifacts from the Roman settlement on which modern Cologne is built—a must for history buffs! The Old Town abounds with cafés, shops, and taverns. Be sure to try a Kölsch pale lager, locally brewed in Cologne for over a hundred years!
Holland’s sophisticated, modern capital has a rich and fascinating history. This delightful 700-year-old city with its elegant and classic architecture, cafés and restaurants, and lively marketplace has a distinct ambiance. With over 60 museums, Amsterdam has the highest museum density in the world. Get a unique perspective of the city on an included CANAL CRUISE, floating along the elegant grachten lined with stately homes dating back to Amsterdam’s “Golden Age.” There’s free time this afternoon to enjoy the city or perhaps join an optional excursion.
Disembark your Avalon ship for your included transfer to the train station, where you will travel via HIGH-SPEED THALYS TRAIN (first class) to join your Monograms package.
Morning guided sightseeing takes you to NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL, where Napoleon was crowned emperor in 1804, to admire its famed 13th-century Rose Window. Pass the Latin Quarter, Les Invalides, the Opéra, Place de la Concorde, and Arc de Triomphe. Drive by the Seine River with its beautiful bridges and stop to take photos of the iconic Eiffel Tower from one of the best viewing points. Also enter the world’s most visited museum, THE LOUVRE, to see Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and other treasures (Louvre replaced with Seine cruise on Tuesdays).
Your Local Host can suggest options, like an excursion to Monet’s Giverny or Versailles Palace, a visit to Musée d’Orsay, where to try French onion soup, and many other possibilities.
Travel to London by HIGH-SPEED EUROSTAR TRAIN (Standard class).
Morning guided sightseeing includes London’s landmarks. Drive past the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben; Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were married; Whitehall’s mounted horseguards; the Prime Minister’s Downing Street; and Piccadilly Circus. Take photos of the London Eye, the giant Ferris wheel situated on the river bank, and the Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe. Then, visit ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL (except on Sundays). Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece with its world-famous dome is an iconic feature of London’s skyline.
Your Local Hosts will be pleased to give you some interesting suggestions for the day—perhaps a visit to the blood-curdling London Dungeon or Madame Tussauds’ celebrity wax figure exhibition, and an acclaimed West End show with pre-theater dinner at a London restaurant.
Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning.
Arrive ORT Airport. We recommend you spend the night at The Garden Court Sandton City. This hotel is situated next to Sandton Square and we recommend you go for dinner at The Butcher Shop on the square. Also many other restaurants to choose from.
– transfer from the airport to your hotel, accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
We take you on a full day tour to Soweto and The Apartheids Museum. – a must when you are in Johannesburg. For those who wish to visit Sun City and not Soweto can do so based on 5 or more travelling together to Sun City.
– Return economy class airfare from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls on British Airways.
– Return road transfers.
– 3 nights’ accommodation in Victoria Falls at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, breakfast daily and a sundowner cruise.
– 2 nights’ accommodation in Hwange at The Hide Safari Camp, all meals, local drinks and lodge activities.
– Park fees on activities in VFA.
– River fee USD10.00 per person for the cruise.
– Park fees in Hwange of USD20.00 per person per day.
– Travel Insurance.
– All items of a personal nature and all items not listed herein as included.
Return to ORT Airport at around 15h30 in the afternoon. We will check you into a hotel at the airport i.e. City Lodge ORT Airport for 1 nights stay.
– accommodation and breakfast.
We fly you out to Cape Town at around 09h00AM. Your flight to Cape Town is just over 2 hours. A Felleng Tour representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel at the Waterfront. We recommend you stay at The Portswood Hotel. On route to hotel we take you up Table Mountain. Weather permitting. Spend the rest of the day exploring the waterfront with its amazing restaurants and you can also visit the aquarium.
– flight to Cape Town, accommodation and breakfast.
Signal Hill, Maidens cove, Seal Island, Cape Point, Penguins colony, Muizenberg beachfront, Kirstenboch Botanical gardens.
– accommodation, breakfast and all entrance fees and tour as specified accompanied by a local guide.
Full day tour wine-tasting. We visit 3 Wine farms, Stellenbosch, Franshoek & Paarl.
– accommodation, breakfast and all entrance fees and tour as specified accompanied by a local guide and wine tasting.
Full day city tour drive through pointing out important places: Houses of Parliament, slave museum, Castle of Good hope. Tour National Museum and company gardens. Drive through the Cape Malay area. Visit Green Market square. Drive to Table view to take pic with Table Mountain on the back ground. Tour the Ostrich farm (1 hour tour) Can be drop of at Canal Walk and pick up at 20h00.
– accommodation, breakfast and all entrance fees and tour as specified accompanied by a local guide
Half day tour and rest in afternoon Visit Roben Island depart 0900 boat and return to your hotel at 12h30. Rest of day at leisure. You can also visit the Two Oceans Aquarium which is situated on the Waterfront.
– accommodation, breakfast and all entrance fees and tour as specified accompanied by a local guide
We fly you back to ORT Airport so that you can catch your flight back home.
– transfer to the airport and flight back to Johannesburg.
The Pilanesberg National Park, which is situated a 2 hour drive north west of Johannesburg / Pretoria, is characterized by impressive volcanic mountain forms and rolling savannah grasslands 1300 million years old. These impressive features have created one of the most topographically diverse Reserves to be found in South Africa. The 55 000 hectares (132000 acres) of Pilanesberg National Park are home to some 10 000 animals and the park is now one of the privileged reserves hosting the Big Five and 364 species of bird.
A major reason for Pilanesberg's diversity of animals is that it lies in the transition zone between the arid Kalahari in the west and the humid Lowveld of the Northwest Province. The seven different habitats at the Pilanesberg attract and cultivate prolific birdlife.
Guests are collected at their hotel for an early start and proceed North West on a two-hour drive. After crossing the Hartebeespoort Dam we drive through Platinum country before we enter the Pilanesberg Nature Reserve. You spend the day with your driver/guide searching for the BIG FIVE i.e.: Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Rhinoceros and Elephant.
Mineral water is included. You pay for your own lunch.
From 1 June 2015, the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa will require all passengers under 18 to travel with an Unabridged Birth Certificate. This is being done to curb human trafficking. Under the new law, all minors under the age of 18 years will be required to produce, in addition to their passport, an Unabridged Birth Certificate (showing the particulars of both parents) when exiting and entering South African ports of entry. When the new immigration regulation comes into effect on 1 June, it will be the responsibility of passengers to ensure their children have the correct documentation or risk being denied boarding. The new law will be enforced by airlines and immigration officials across the board (land, sea and air). Although airlines and travel agents are doing everything to keep passengers informed, ultimately it will be passengers’ responsibility to know what is required of them. In all cases an Unabridged Birth Certificate will be required for minors departing and arriving in South Africa ... they will not be allowed to travel without it. In cases where the Unabridged Birth Certificate is in a language other than English, it must be accompanied by a sworn translation issued by a competent authority in the country concerned.
When a child travels with only one parent, additional documents should include an affidavit in which the absent parent gives consent for the child to travel, a court order granting full parental responsibilities or legal guardianship of the child, or the death certificate of the absent parent. The affidavit should be no more than 3 months old from date of travel.
In the case of a child travelling with a person other than a parent, the Unabridged Birth Certificate must be supplemented by affidavits from the parents or legal guardians confirming that the child may travel with that person, copies of the ID documents or passports of the parents or legal guardian, and the contact details of the parents or legal guardian. Similarly, a child travelling as an unaccompanied minor would have to produce not only the Unabridged Birth Certificate, but also proof of consent from both parents or legal guardians and contact details, plus documentation relating to the person receiving the child in South Africa. The latter documentation should include a letter stating the person’s contact details and residential address, contact details where the child will be residing, plus a copy of his or her ID document, passport or residence permit.
– Abridged birth certificate shows personal details of an individual such as identity number and date and day of birth along with place of birth, whereas an unabridged birth certificate additionally carries details about both parents also
– While both abridged as well as unabridged birth certificates are computer printouts, both birth certificates can be apostilled or legalized
– While both abridged and unabridged birth certificates are valid documents, there are many circumstances when it is vital to have unabridged birth certificates
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