A South African safari is the adventure of a lifetime. Throw in a week in the gloriously diverse and eye-openingly beautiful Cape Town and you’ve got a holiday you’ll never forget. Blessed with a remarkably diverse array of landscapes, some of the world’s largest land mammals and a fascinating blend of local cultures, South Africa is awe-inspiring in every way.
On your accessible South African holiday, you’ll spend the first week experiencing the country’s wild heartlands on a fully accessible safari tour that takes in some of the region’s best-known national parks. From Hluhluwe’s highly-regarded Big Five nature reserve to the astounding biodiversity of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, you’ll encounter lions, rhinos, giraffes and a plethora of other safari favourites.
In the second half of your holiday, we’ll make the short journey to Cape Town, where you’ll discover one of the continent’s great coastal cities. Backed by the imposing Table Mountain and set against the picture-perfect African coast, this modern city begs to be explored. During your stay, we’ll ride the cable cars to the top of Table Mountain for magnificent views of the city, visit a local penguin colony and travel to Cape Point, where the iconic, old lighthouse once guided weary seafarers around the Cape of Good Hope. We’ll end the holiday with a visit to Stellenbosch - one of the country’s finest wine regions and a bustling university town.
Your accessible South African hotels have been hand-picked by the Limitless Team for their superb location and excellent disabled facilities. A Limitless Travel representative will accompany the tour group throughout the holiday, providing assistance whenever required and ensuring you receive the support you need.
See the Big Five on an accessible safari, tour the wild wetlands of iSimangaliso, sample South Africa’s finest wines in Stellenbosch, visit a penguin colony on the coast, meet the elephants at an ethical wildlife sanctuary and fall in love with beautiful Cape Town
Stay in a range of luxurious hotels and safari lodges, all of which boast excellent accessible facilities
Receive assistance and support from the Limitless Team throughout your flight and travel via fully accessible vehicles for transfers and excursions
Group support included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
We’ll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
Every holiday led by a Limitless Tour Manager to ensure a problem-free trip
From booking your holiday to returning home after a wonderful trip, the Limitless Team is on-hand to provide you with the support you need. If you have any questions regarding the holiday, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Travel and Settling In
Settle into your Durban Lodge
Once at the hotel, the Limitless Team will help you check-in and get settled. Your accommodation boasts spectacular natural surroundings and, with an abundance of animal life in the locality, the safari spotting starts now! The rest of the day will be spent relaxing, getting to know your new travel companions and preparing for the adventure ahead.
Settle into your surroundings
This ensures you’re able to experience the resort’s plentiful ponds, labyrinth waterways, stunning Japanese gardens and prolific birdlife without a worry. Of course, you’ll also be able to take advantage of the South African sun and make use of the fully accessible swimming pool.
Ushaka Marine World
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park
Your new accommodation is located within a private game sanctuary and your lodge is equipped with a private outdoor jacuzzi, ensuring you’re able to relax and unwind after a day’s excitement. This will be your home for the next six nights, so we’ll spend a leisurely afternoon settling in and exploring your new surroundings. Later, we’ll visit a traditional Zulu village to learn about the tribe and Zulu culture, before being treated to a high-energy performance of traditional Zulu dancing.
Hluhluwe Game Reserve
Time for the Big 5
Elephant Sanctuary & Endangered Wild Cats
Sensational St Lucia
Cruising Cape Vidal
Journey Back to Durban
Flight over to Cape Town
Cable Car Up Table Mountain
After soaking up the panoramic vista, we'll descend and head over to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Famous for its award-winning flower shows that tour around the world and nestled amongst the lower slopes of Table Mountain, this is one of the world’s best-respected Botanical Gardens and an amazing opportunity to learn a little about the local flora.
Penguin Colony Visit
After, we’ll drive to Cape Point and take the funicular up to the Old Lighthouse. Cape Point is one of the places at which the cold Atlantic meets the warmer Indian Ocean, causing the dangerous swells and currents that made this such a risky area for boats in the past. On the way back to the hotel, we’ll drive the breathtaking Hout road, which runs along the coast and takes in some of the local area’s most incredible scenery.
Winelands of Stellanbosch
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Dates & Prices
|Day StartStart - End||Day EndEnd||Price Per AdultAdult Price||Price Per ChildChild Price||Days||Enquire|
|2 November 202202/11/2022 - 17/11/2022||17 November 202217/11/2022||From £3999.00||From £2999.00||16||Enquire Now|
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Your fully accessible lodge in Kwazulu Natal
All of your South African holiday accommodation is fully accessible and suitable for disabled travellers. Both the Durban accommodation and your Hluhluwe Lodge feature spacious bedrooms and adapted wet room bathrooms, so you’re comfortable for the duration of your stay. While the former boasts a fully accessible pool, the latter is also equipped with a private outdoor jacuzzi. Of course, you’ll also be able to enjoy the spectacular natural surroundings in both hotels.
- Once in a lifetime location surrounded by wildlife
- Fully disability dedicated accommodation
- Wetroom bathrooms in all rooms
- Swimming pool with full access for wheelchair users
- Mobility and care equipment hire available
- Fresh garden produce at mealtimes
- Traditional African cuisine
- Dietary requirements catered for
- Daily programme of activities
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