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This culinary safari to South Africa will leave you oohing and aahing

Whenever friends return from a visit to South Africa all they can do at first is gush, ooh and aah over how beautiful it was and how they want to go back or even more (one or two friends actually did). If you haven’t been and watch any travelogue videos, you will agree it is an amazing area of the world.

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African Travel Inc.

And now in addition to its raw beauty you can enjoy an African Travel, Inc.’s South Africa Culinary & Wildlife Safari that will arouse your culinary fantasies. The journey begins at the Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Cape Town sampling superb wine while enjoying glistening panoramic ocean views.

Then you can enjoy a Cape Malay cooking safari in a Bo-Kaap family home with a full day on the Cape Peninsula lunching at the home of Chef Bruce Robertson in the village of Scarborough. Following three glorious days Cape Town the trip continues to the Winelands to visit the Old Biscuit Mill, a warm-hearted village that attracts some of South Africa's most talented chefs, designers, and connoisseurs. Two separate wine tastings take place at Winelands estates where you’ll relax in the romantic luxury of Le Quartier Français, a charming Franschhoek inn serving a surprise five- or nine-course African-inspired menu at Le Quartier’s popular Tasting Room.

Next comes a ride on the ”Pride of Africa” two-night Rovos Rail train safari through the heart of Africa, combining some of the country’s most magnificent scenery with the glamour and excitement of the golden age of rail travel. Outstanding accommodations pair the opulence of pre-war travel with subtle modern innovations, as the coaches have been lovingly restored to their former glory with fine attention to detail, comfort and style.

The grand finale happens at Kruger National Park’s Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge – the ultimate luxury safari lodge—with two full days of game-watching and evening drives.

The 21-day South Africa Culinary & Wildlife Safari is priced from $9,985 per person, land travel and internal air included, based on double occupancy. For more information and to book this Safari, contact your favorite Travel Professional, call African Travel, Inc. at (800) 421-8907, or visit

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