A week exploring some of the very best of South Africa: Stay at Cape Town's most exciting new opening, The Silo, in what used to be a grain store adjacent to the V&A Waterfront. Exclusively for CORE Club members - enjoy a private 'before doors open' tour of the famous Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. Continue to Franschhoek and discover the oenological and culinary highlights of the Winelands, including a private wine tasting at your hotel, La Residence. Finally, enjoy a classic safari in the famous Greater Kruger National Park, staying at one of the country’s most beautiful lodges, Royal Malewane.

Tour dates - all of our tours are tailor-made and so we can arrange dates to suit you, including amending the itinerary to accommodate availability, extra days, additional sightseeing and more. Contact our team to discuss.


  • A private tour of the excellent Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
  • Beautiful accommodation throughout in some of South Africa's most iconic hotels and lodges.
  • Private wine tasting in Franschhoek with an expert sommelier.
  • Spotting the Big Five in the Greater Kruger National Park.
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  1. Arrive
  2. Day 1 Arrive Cape Town

    Once warmly greeted at Cape Town’s airport you will be transferred to The Silo, towering over the bustling V&A Waterfront. The hotel has a fascinating history and is a testament to the city's cultural rebirth. The Silo is situated in what was once a massive elevator tower, part of a grain silo complex at the heart of South Africa's agricultural economy. The grain silo functioned for some 80 years. It ceased operation in 2001 and stood empty until its rebirth as a hotel and unique art gallery, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. The Silo's 28 rooms have been individually designed by Liz Biden with a stylish, industrial feel, eclectic furnishings and inspirational art.

    Overnight: The Silo

  3. Day 2 - 3 Cape Town

    The Silo sits directly above Zeitz MOCAA, a museum housing Africa’s largest collection of contemporary art. Exclusively for CORE Club members, enjoy a private guided tour led by the assistant curator.  You have two full days to explore Cape Town. Your hotel is close to the V&A Waterfront, which accommodates myriad shops, restaurants and bars, as well as the V&A Food Market where you'll discover delicious regional delicacies such as biltong. For the energetic, climb the pathways to reach the summit of Table Mountain (there’s also a cable car) for incredible views over the cape or visit Robben Island and the infamous prison where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 18 years. Cape Town, or 'The Mother City' as she is often known, is renowned for fine dining with numerous world-class restaurants to choose from. 

    Overnight: The Silo

  4. Day 4 Franschhoek

    Drive to the Franschhoek Valley in the winelands where you will stay at La Residence, a beautiful thirty-acre estate surrounded by vineyards, plum orchards, a trout dam and impeccable gardens. Interiors are elegant with hints of the Orient and Europe in the furnishings and colourful fabrics. You may choose to simply relax in the tranquil gardens and spa or explore Franschhoek.

    Overnight: La Residence

  5. Day 5 Franschhoek

    Spend the morning visiting the galleries, boutiques and markets of Franschhoek, known as the food capital of Africa, before returning to La Residence. CORE Club members will enjoy a private wine tasting with an expert sommelier exploring some of the most iconic wines of the cape. The tasting will conclude with a stroll through the estate's own vineyards where Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes are grown.

    Overnight: La Residence

  6. Day 6 Greater Kruger National Park

    Fly from Franschhoek to the Thornybush Private Game Reserve on the Greater Kruger National Park’s western border. Your home for the next three nights is the intimate and luxurious Royal Malewane safari lodge. The safari experience will take centre stage here, though you'll return from game drives to some of South Africa's finest hospitalityas well as an award-winning spa, delicious cuisine and beautiful colonial style suites.

    Overnight: Royal Malewane

  7. Day 7 - 8 Game drives in Greater Kruger National Park

    The Greater Kruger National Park is South Africa’s largest game reserve and home to hundreds of mammal and bird species, including the Big Five (buffalo, rhino, lion, leopard and elephant). Spend the next two days on morning and evening game drives and walks with the most qualified guiding team in Africa. Only two vehicles are permitted on a single sighting in the private game reserve and wildlife experiences are intimate and uncrowded. You'll return each day to your elegant suite, drinks at Masiya Bar next to the River Malewane and fine dining by Executive Chef, Brandon Souris.

    Overnight: Royal Malewane

  8. Day 9 Depart

    Fly to Johannesburg to connect with your homeward international flight.

  9. Depart

Low £ 5,800 $ 7,076
High £ 6,734 $ 8,215


  • Price is per person, based on two people sharing a room.
  • For those with extra time we can organise an optional extension to the Victoria Falls on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border.


  • Accommodation as detailed.
  • Daily breakfast at The Silo and La Residence.
  • Full board at Royal Malewane.
  • Private tour of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
  • Private wine tasting at La Residence in Franschhoek.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • All sightseeing, entrance fees and guiding as detailed.
  • Internal flights as detailed.


  • International flights. 
  • Meals not detailed. 
  • Items of a personal nature such as refreshments, tips (discretionary) and laundry. 
  • Excursions and entrance fees not specifically detailed. 
  • Travel insurance and visa fees.

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