Cape Town, Johannesburg, Garden Route, Pilanesberg
12 Days
Disability Friendly

Amazing South Africa and its bordering neighbours (Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Zambia) have an incredibly captivating history, and everyone should enjoy their culture, land, and people. Next, as directors of Travel Republic Africa, we finally decided that local tour operators were not doing enough to cater to the needs of people with disabilities, particularly those who utilise wheelchairs.

Amazing South Africa

What’s more In our recent endeavors, we have created travel packages specifically tailored for people with disabilities. We have partnered with organizations that provide appropriate transportation, accommodation, and entertainment facilities.  So that the handicapable can feel included and enjoy the marvels of our beautiful and Amazing South Africa without any compromises.

We have taken small-size groups on Safari Tours, tours to the Wine Lands and remote regions of our country in such a manner that they truly experience the full and rich wonders of Amazing Southern Africa.


Exact itinerary is dependent on client preference and availability.
Seasonal rates apply.
Accommodation during the tour on a Bed & Breakfast Basis in double or twin wheelchair-friendly rooms;
All transfers, tours, excursions, safaris, and cruises as per itinerary with English-speaking professional guide/ranger
All land transport – air-conditional wheelchair-friendly buses with professional drivers
Lunches: during Lesedi Cultural Village Excursion,  Pilanesberg National Park Safari, Cape Point Tour, Whale Watching Tour, Ostrich Farm, after Wildlife Ranch Tour, on the way to Port Elizabeth, and Addo Elephant National Park
Dinners: at Montecasino Entertainment Centre, Cape Town Waterfront, and Knysna Waterfront
Local Economy Class Airfares Johannesburg – Cape Town, Port Elizabeth – Johannesburg.
International airfares;
Medical insurance

As with all the travel tour packages offered by Travel Republic Africa, this South African tour package is purely an example of what we can arrange for you. All our vacation packages can be tailored to your specific taste, needs and budgetary requirements. Our goal is, and will always be, to provide you with the best African travel experience for you.

Contact us now to plan your African adventure.

Day 1: Johannesburg

Upon your arrival at Johannesburg International Airport, you will be met by our representative and transferred to the Maslow Hotel****. Accommodation at the hotel is on a Bed & Breakfast basis.


Afternoon – Depart for the Soweto Tour.

Soweto can be found on the outer edge of Johannesburg and offers a rich history while being home to almost 2 million inhabitants. It was the residence of two Nobel Peace Prize winners, the great Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It was the epicentre of the battle for freedom and equality in the apartheid era. A tour of Soweto is a chance to learn about South Africa’s turbulent past and glimpse its exciting future.

After the Soweto tour, we depart for Johannesburg City Drive.

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Jozi is South Africa’s version of the city that never sleeps. Something interesting is always happening here, and the people are always in the mood. The vibrancy is infectious, and there is always a buzz. Johannesburg’s history has become a massive part of its culture, and as a result, the city’s history has worked its way into tourist attractions. This city was a vocal point during the uprisings and was often the centre of attention during Apartheid. And a lot of this history is revisited during the Johannesburg City Tour.

Being a stone’s throw away from some exceptionally iconic places, this tour will take you on the adventure of a lifetime to unforgettable tourist destinations.

Day 2: Lesedi Cultural Village and Sun City

After breakfast, you will be taken to Lesedi, an African cultural village. Lesedi is located in the heart of Africa’s bushveld, at the Cradle of Humankind which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

“Our culture is the light of our nation – whoever comes here for our traditions can also see the light.”

After the traditional lunch “Monati”, you will depart towards the Sun City Resort.

After Lesedi, you will be taken to Sun City with the Pilanesburg National Park, home of the Big Five.

Accommodation at the Sun City Hotel**** hotel is on a Bed & Breakfast

Day 3: Pilanesburg National Park

Among Southern Africa’s fascinating game reserves, the Pilanesberg National Park is possibly the most accessible. Situated in the ecologically rich transition zone between the Kalahari and the Lowveld, this vast area promises thrilling big-game viewing in a malaria-free environment!

Lunch during the safari.

Accommodation at the Sun City Hotel**** is on a Bed & Breakfast basis.

Day 4: Cape Town

After breakfast – transfer to Johannesburg airport for your flight to Cape Town. Upon your arrival at Cape Town Airport, meet and greet our representatives.

Due to the amazing nature of the Cape Peninsula, Cape Town is considered one of the most beautiful places on the planet. On the one hand, the city is surrounded by majestic mountains dominated by the famous “Table Mountain”, and on the other – by the waters of a beautiful bay. The coast is considered one of the best in South Africa for a beach holiday. In addition to the natural beauty of the city itself and its surroundings, the city has many other interesting attractions.

Transfer to The Westin Hotel*****. Accommodation is on a Bed & Breakfast basis. Dinner at the Waterfront.

Day 5: Cape Town City Tour and Table Mountain

After breakfast – depart for Cape Town City Tour and Table Mountain.

The city tour includes an ascent to the famous “Table Mountain”.

Unforgettable beauty opens from the top of “Table Mountain”, where you will ascent by cable car.

From an altitude of 1086 meters (3563 feet) above sea level in clear weather, an extraordinary view of the Cape Peninsula, the bay, and Robben Island opens.

The flora of “Table Mountain” is amazingly beautiful.

Next, we will get acquainted with the historic Cape Town city centre and walk through “Company Gardens”, on where there are many historical buildings, including:

  • The Parliament Building and the National Library which were built in the style of colonial classicism;
  • The wonderful stained-glass windows of George’s Cathedral – the most famous cathedral in all of South Africa; and Town Hall and the Castle of Good Hope, which are the oldest buildings in Cape Both of which are museums today.

You will also visit Bo-Kaap where the Cape Malays live.

Bo Kaap is a bright gem on the slopes of Signal Hill above Cape Town city centre. Its houses are bright and colourful, and most of its inhabitants are proud of their rich cultural heritage.

Accommodation at The Westin Hotel***** is on a Bed & Breakfast basis. Lunch during the tour.

Day 6: Hermanus

After breakfast, you will go on an unforgettable Whale Watching tour.

You will take a trip from Cape Town to Hermanus on the magnificent coastal route along Clarence Drive. Past the Rocky Mountains and wide coves, you will be taken to a place to observe these amazing creatures of nature.

Whales can often be seen from the coastal road, and there are many places you can stop to enjoy the magnificent view of False Bay.

At 11:00, you will go to the ocean for a 2-hour Whale Watching Boat Trip.
After lunch, you will visit the famous Bouchard Finlayson Wine Estate in The Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, where you will have an opportunity to visit stunning cellars and taste different wines.

Day 7: Cape of Good Hope

After breakfast – Cape of Good Hope Day Tour 

The journey passes through the most beautiful embankment of the Chapman Peak Drive to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, where the southernmost point of Africa is located.

The Cape of Good Hope was first stumbled upon by the Portuguese sea traveller Bartolomeo Dias. This significant event occurred in 1488. He named it The Cape of Storms.

However, the Portuguese King John II did not like this name, and he ordered the renaming of it to the Cape of Good Hope. Thus, hoping that the name would somehow appease the depths of the sea and the way to India would be opened, which later happened.

From the Cape of Good Hope, you will be taken by boat to Seal Island. The main attraction of Good Hope, of course, is the lighthouse with a height of 240 meters (788 feet), built in 1860.

Today the lighthouse does not work, because often it is shrouded in a veil of clouds and ships still do not see it. It is equipped with an observation deck which is reachable by cable car.

The tour also includes Cape of Good Hope National Park, Simons Town, African Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach, and lunch.

Accommodation at The Westin Hotel***** is on a Bed & Breakfast basis.

DAY 8- Garden Route

After breakfast – depart to the “Garden Route” in the direction of the exotic town of Oudtshoorn, the centre of the world’s ostrich industry.

On the way, at the Cango Ostrich Farm, you can get acquainted with the cultivation of ostriches.

Ostrich skin is very highly valued and used in a variety of products, ranging from belts to women’s jackets, ostrich meat, which does not contain cholesterol, is considered a delicacy.

After lunch at the ostrich farm – transfer to the Eldorado Hotel****. The hotel accommodation is on a Bed & Breakfast basis.

DAY 9- Cango Wild Life Ranch and Knysna 

After breakfast – depart to the Cango Wildlife Ranch farm where crocodiles, pink flamingos, cheetahs, and lions live. For those with stronger nerves, you will be able to enter the cheetah’s cage.

Daily from October to April with a duration of 30 minutes, all visitors are invited to test their bravery by descending in a specially designed cage into crystal clear heated water, where the four-meter Nile crocodiles live.

After lunch, you will continue your route to Knysna – a resort town on the shores of the Indian Ocean.

Upon arrival in Knysna – transfer to Knysna Hollow Country Estate****. The hotel accommodation is on a Bed and Breakfast basis.

Afternoon – Lagoon Cruise

Dinner at The Waterfront.

DAY 10- Plettenberg Bay and Port Elizabeth 

After breakfast – Safari in Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve.

After lunch, you will proceed through the Tsitsikamma rain forest to Port Elizabeth.

Check-in at the Paxton Hotel****.

The hotel accommodation is on a Bed and Breakfast basis.

DAY 11- Addo Elphant National Park 

After breakfast – Full-day Safari at Addo Elephant National Park.

Addo Elephant National Park is a diverse wildlife sanctuary located near Port Elizabeth in South Africa and one of the country’s 20 national parks.

It currently ranks third in size after Kruger National Park and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

Including the adjacent water area of the Indian Ocean, the total territory of the park reaches 3600 km2 (1390 miles2).

This is the only park in the world where the African Group of Seven (elephant, rhinoceros, buffalo, lion, leopard, whale, and great white shark) is located.

The park is home to a natural environment, as well as many species of antelopes, spotted hyenas, and other wild animals.

During the safari, you will enjoy the traditional African “braai” (barbeque lunch).

Overnight at the Paxton Hotel****.

DAY 12 – Johannesburg 

After breakfast – transfer to Port Elizabeth airport for your flight to Johannesburg and back home.