South Africa

From 8,400AED per traveller

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South Africa is nicknamed the ‘Rainbow Nation’ because of the diversity of its people but it also offers a spectrum of spectacular landscapes and an array of wildlife in its natural habitat. South Africa has a fascinating history which has seen Dutch settlers and British rule, and the introduction of apartheid in 1948. Foreign relations were strained for years as many countries imposed economic sanctions against South Africa. Since the end of apartheid and the election of President Nelson Mandela in 1994, South Africa has opened its doors to the world. These days you can expect a top-notch tourism industry and a friendly welcome.



  • Explore the city of Capetown & its cultural heritage.
  • Table Mountain-one of the 7 wonders of the world.
  • Hermanus bay ideal for whale watching.
  • The winelands-paradise of decadent cuisine.
  • Adventure tour around the beautiful Cape Peninsula.
  • Visits Cape Point Nature Reserve and the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
  • Hout Bay, a quaint village and fishing harbour with magnificent mountain views and beach.
  • Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment.
  • Shark Cage Diving, the chance to observe and dive with the White Shark, one of the most amazing creatures in the world.
  • Garden Route is a 300-kilometre stretch of the south-western coast of South Africa which extends from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape.
  • Explore different safari game reserve like Kruger National park, Pillanesburg national park, Mala-mala and Saby sand game reserve.
  • Visit Gold Reef City-the gold mine of the early 1900’s
  • Trip to Soweto, southern Africa’s biggest city, to discover more about the history of apartheid Africa.


Educational Benefits:

  • South Africa is a destination which showcases the BIG-TEN, the Big land-5 are Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Rhino and Buffalo. The Big water-5 are The Great White Shark, The Cape Fur Seal, The Dolphins, Southern Right Whales and the African Penguin.
  • South Africa’s struggle with apartheid and the sacrifices of Mr. Nelson Mandela.
  • Opportunity to communicate with the locals and learn more about their way of living.
  • Captivating art scenes and hipster hangouts as well as traditions routed in history.
  • Increase knowledge of the student’s personal fulfillment.