+27 31 572 4227
info@southerncircle.com
We Specialize In Creating Wow Memories of Southern Africa
info@southerncircle.com
We Specialize In Creating Wow Memories of Southern Africa
+27 31 572 4227
info@southerncircle.com
We Specialize In Creating Wow Memories of Southern Africa
+27 31 572 4227

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Frequently Asked Questions

South Africa’s Complete Tour Operator

SOUTHERN CIRCLE TOURS & SAFARIS is an inbound wheels tour operator and complete destination management agency into South Africa. We are able to arrange your complete package in South Africa may it be guided tours, self-drive packages or accommodation, hotel/airport transfers or the hire of a vehicle.

The Durban office deals with the central reservations and enquiries for countrywide tours to afford you a one-stop service, while the other offices are responsible for the operations in their areas.

Our Product as a Tour Operator

How can we offer such a wide range of products and still be professional in them all and deliver the 5 star service we promise, you may ask. Easy, we have identified service providers with the same pledge to their guests as us, each a professional in their own field, and negotiated a working relationship with them. Therefore we are able to put together a package for you where each service provider look after its own area of expertise and all you have to do is enjoy!!

Vehicles

Our fleet of luxury air-conditioned microbuses are meticulously serviced and maintained according to the manufacturer’s specifications. They never stay in service longer than four years, are fitted with public address systems, radio/tape music systems and refreshment cooling facilities. SCT & S is a member of the South African Tourism Services Association (SATSA, member no. 615) who demands a high standard from its members and our vehicles have all the relevant permits legally required.

Insurance

In accordance with our local regulations we have a public liability insurance covering our guests while traveling in our vehicles. We are currently insured for ZAR10,000,000.00 per vehicle / incident in the unlikely event of an accident. This translates to approximately ZAR1,5m cover per person for casualty evacuation, hospitalization, etc in the unlikely event of one of our vehicles being involved in an accident.

Scheduled Tours

We offer a complete network of scheduled tours throughout South Africa. We pride ourselves on the guaranteed departures we offer. One e-mail, fax or letter will insure your seat/s on such a tour. Non-alcoholic refreshments are included for our guests’ comfort while traveling in our vehicles.

Specialized Packages

We have a professional team designing specialized tour itineraries to meet any requirement.  Some designs have included a birding tour whale watching agricultural studies or just a group of friends wanting to have fun with some adventurous ideas such as the highest bungy jump in the world, 4×4 bundu bashing, touring through Africa on a motorbike, etc… We will take you anywhere anytime!

Get in touch to find out more about our exciting tour operator services.

5-Day Kenya Big Five Safari

This is truly the iconic Kenya big five safari for those who just do not have all the time in the world! Day 1      Nairobi On arriving at Jomo Kenyatta International airport, our representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel.  Overnight at the hotel where you are booked on bed and breakfast. Sarova Panafric Hotel  http://www.sarovahotels.com/panafric-nairobi/gallery.html   Day 2     Nairobi – Lake Nakuru National Park After a hearty breakfast, we depart to Lake Nakuru National Park. We arrive at the Sarova Lion Hill Lodge for lunch then depart on an afternoon safari. The scenic 188 square kilometres Lake Nakuru game park is home to the black and white rhino, lion, cape buffalo, waterbuck, reticulated giraffe, hartebeest among many others. When the water levels in the lake are low, the now alkaline lake is famous for the thousands of greater and lesser flamingoes. The park has the largest euphorbia forest in Africa. Dinner and overnight. Overnight Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge http://www.sarovahotels.com/lionhill-nakuru/gallery.html   Day 3      Lake Nakuru National Park – Masai Mara Game Reserve Enjoy an early breakfast. Then travel to the Masai Mara National Reserve arriving at our camp for lunch. Depart on an afternoon safari in search of the wildlife species this game reserve is famous for. These also include the lion, Cape buffalo, the savannah elephant, black rhino and the elusive leopard, impalas, Masai giraffes, waterbucks, warthogs, Thompson & grant’s gazelles, topis, the resident wildebeests among many others. Enjoy dinner and overnight. Ashnil Mara Camp   Day 4      Masai Mara Game Reserve OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: Balloon Safari over the Masai Mara plains – US$ 420 Per Person or visit a traditional Masai Village (at an extra cost – US$ 30 per person). After an early morning safari, return to the camp for breakfast. Mid-morning

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9 Day Namibian Tour
ZAR 23325

Etosha National Park Safari – 5 Days

The Etosha National Park is one of Namibia’s prime safari destinations in a real African environment. It displays a rugged beauty of an African desert with all its harshness and colours. Day 1. Johannesburg – Windhoek The tour departs from Johannesburg with a flight to Windhoek and a transfer to your hotel in the city. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure to enjoy your new environment. Avani Hotel & Casino, No meals included today Day 2. Windhoek – Etosha National Park We travel north to Namibia’s prime wildlife sanctuary, the Etosha National Park. Upon arrival, we check-in and spend the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Take in the environment and relax on the private veranda of your chalet and even take a swim in the sparkling pool. Lodge/Camp on the border of the Etosha National Park – Dinner   Day 3. Etosha National Park We devote today to open vehicle safari to search for the huge variety of wildlife in the Etosha National Park surrounding a salty desert known as the Etosha Pan. One finds 4 of the Big Five here;  elephant, lion, leopard and rhino. Etosha is Namibia’s first conservation area, proclaimed in 1907 by the then German Governor, von Lindequist. We focus game viewing around the waterholes. Some of them are spring-fed and some from a borehole. The waterholes are ideal places to sit and watch the wildlife as well as more than 340 bird species. You will find wildlife such as giraffe, blue wildebeest, plains and mountain zebra, leopard, hyena, lion and antelopes such as oryx, kudu, eland here, with some of the endangered species such as Black rhino, cheetah and the black-faced impala included. A  network of roads links the over 30 water holes allowing for an opportunity to do a real safari

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