Mount Nelson, Westcliff Hotel, Dulini Lodge in Sabi Sand

Mount Nelson, Cape Town

Enjoy the natural splendor and historical highlights of Cape Town, taste the eclectic vibe of bustling Johannesburg and track the Big Five in the pristine Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

Spend 3 nights at the Mount Nelson Hotel, 1 night at the Westcliff Hotel, 4 nights at Dulini Lodge and get 1 night FREE at the Mount Nelson and 1 night FREE at Dulini Lodge.

The Mount Nelson

Occupying a breathtaking site on the lower slopes of Table Mountain and set in nine acres of lush and tranquil gardens, the Mount Nelson is Cape Town’s most famous hotel, located just a short stroll from the historic city centre and vibrant Kloof Street.

The Westcliff, pool

The Westcliff is Johannesburg’s most fashionable hotel offering superbly-appointed, spacious rooms and suites in landscaped gardens with panoramic views.

Dulini, bathroom

Dulini Camp is located in Sabi Sands on the western border of the Kruger National Park.
Early morning game drives start at dawn before returning to the Camp for a well earned breakfast.  After which you can enjoy Bird-watching under the ancient Jackalberry Tree, or a brisk work-out in the well-equipped gym, or simply relax in privacy beside the sparkling pool on the deck of your suite offer delightful diversions for those resistant to the seduction of siesta.  Afternoon game drives start at about 16h00 and you can fully appreciate the African sunset at a sundowner stop, after which the nocturnal adventure continues.

Dulini Leopard

Saving from R8 030 per person sharing
Valid now till 21 December 2010
Make haste and take advantage of this great offer to experience South Africa first hand in style and at a great price!

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