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10 Nights 11 Days

Adult Rate

₹ 204900

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6 Destinations

South Africa, Cape Town, Mossel Bay, Knysna, Kruger National park, Johannesburg


Places Covered : Cape Town, Robbben Island, Cable Car ride to Table Mountain, Cruise to Seal Island, Boulders Beach & Penguine colony, Mosselbay,Funicular Ride to Cape of Good Hope, Knysna Lagoon, Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn, Pilansburg game reserve, Lasedi Village, Johannesburg , National Lion Park, Apparthied Museum, Cango Wildlife Ranch, Ostrich Farm Visit, Naval Port of Simon Town & Great Dane Dog Statue

Tour Highlights

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  • 1


    Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    Assemble at Kochi International Airport at 00.30 hrs. Check in starts at 1.00 hrs. After emigration and customs formalities Emirates Flight EK 533 depart to Dubai at 04.30 hrs. Arrive Dubai International Airport at 07.05 hrs. Connect Emirates Flight EK 770 to Cape Town at 09.10 hrs. Welcome to Republic of South Africa, the southernmost country in Africa stretching along the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It is the southernmost country on the mainland of the Old World or the Eastern Hemisphere. We arrive in Cape Town International Airport, South Africa, at 16.45 hrs. Cape Town is a legislative capital of South Africa. Colloquially named the Mother City and the Parliament of South Africa sits in Cape Town. Cape Town is one of the most popular long-haul destinations in the world. Upon arrival after emigration and customs formalities meet our airport assistant and transfer to hotel. Free for leisure. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Overnight stay: Lagoon Beach Hotel or similar in Cape Town.
    Meals: B & L in flight / Dinner at restaurant.

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    Visit Nelson Mandela’s Prison

     After continental breakfast you will take a boat cruise to Robben Island to see Nelson Mandela’s prison. Robben Island-where most of Mandela’s 27-year prison sentence was served - was a place of isolation for nearly 300 years, housing many political prisoners and serving as both a lunatic asylum and leper colony. In 1964, Nelson Mandela was arrested and brought to South Africa’s Robben Island, just west of Cape Town. He would spend the next 18 years imprisoned in an 8x7-foot cell, forced to do hard labour, and permitted only one visitor a year. Even so, Mandela went on to become his country’s first black president, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient, and known globally for his significant contributions to human rights and social justice. Today, the island remains a tangible symbol of political freedom and a reminder of the difficult road to South African democracy. Here you’ll be able to see human rights activist and former prisoner Robert Sobukwe’s house; a 17th-century limestone quarry where Mandela and others were put to work; a leper colony cemetery; and the Robben Island Museum, dedicated to preserving the memory and contributions of the freedom fighters once held within its walls.

    Cape Town City Tour

    After lunch half day Cape Town City Tour. Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain and it is the second-most populous urban area in South Africa after Johannesburg.  Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city. In 2014, Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both the American New York Times and the British Daily Telegraph. You will go for a scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point & later tour passes the Houses of Parliament, the Castle, the SA Museum, and a few other historical sights – District Six, Bo-Kaap, Slave Lodge & ending at the bustling Greenmarket Square…..etc.

    Table Mountain

    Later drive straight to the base of Table Mountain. Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa. It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top. You will transfer to the cable car (if weather permitting) to the top of the mountain, and then enjoy some free time on the mountain top to take a breath-taking view over the city below, of Robben Island in the distance and of the mountains that extend inland. Enjoy the panoramic view of Cape Town city from the top of Table Mountain. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Overnight stay: Lagoon Beach Hotel or similar in Cape Town...

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    Cape of Good Hope, the point where the Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean meet

    After continental breakfast you will depart to a full day Peninsula Tour. Experience the scenic beauty and natural landscapes of South Africa’s Cape Peninsula on this full-day tour from Cape Town.  This comprehensive tour shows you the best of the spectacular Cape Peninsula and why it is it's called the Fairest Cape. Drive along the Atlantic Seaboard. Pass through Noordhoek and Scarborough. Follow the gorgeous coastal route through Chapman’s Peak to Cape Point and the Good Hope Nature Reserve. You’ll enjoy a scenic ride through the southernmost edge of the Cape Peninsula as you make your way to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The Cape of Good Hope is a rocky headland on the Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. The Cape of Good Hope is the southern tip of Africa and the dividing point between the he Atlantic and Indian Oceans. On arrival you board to funicular ride. The Flying Dutchman Funicular, also known as the Cape Point Funicular, is a funicular railway located at Cape Point, near the Cape of Good Hope in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The line runs from a lower station at the Cape Point car park, up an incline through dense fynbos to the upper lighthouse. It was the first commercial funicular of its kind in Africa, and takes its name from the legend of the Flying Dutchman ghost ship. You will get the photo opportunity to take some pictures at the second southernmost tip of the African continent and wander the path to cape point where the Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean meet.

    Seal Island Tour
    After the lunch we reach in Hout Bay for taking Seal Island Cruise. This destination, which sits halfway between Cape Town and Cape Point is a quiet fishing village that’s home to dozens of seals, small shops and lots of local charm.  Seal Island is a small land mass located 5.7 kilometers off the northern beaches of False Bay, near Cape Town, in South Africa. The island is so named because of the great number of Cape fur seals that occupy it. It is 5 acres in area and home to 64,000 cape fur seals and home to seabirds too and it is likely that non-marine species fly there to breed as well. A radar mast was built on the island during World War II. The dense population of seals at certain times of the year attracts the seal's main predator, the great white shark. Seal Island and the adjacent waters provide rare opportunities for those who wish to witness attacks by great whites on the Cape fur seal and to observe social interactions amongst creatures of both species.

    Penguin Colony visit

    Evening we visit the beautiful Boulders Beach, and have the option to sit among the famous colony of Jackass Penguins.  Boulders Beach forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and it is a popular tourist stop because of a colony of African penguins which settled there in 1982. Although set in the midst of a residential area, it is one of the few sites where this vulnerable bird can be observed at close range, wandering freely in a protected natural environment. From just two breeding pairs in 1982, the penguin colony has grown to about 3,000 birds in recent years. Enjoy your time in Boulders beach. Overnight stay at hotel.

    Overnight stay: Lagoon Beach Hotel or similar in Cape Town.


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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    After breakfast you will transfer to Knysna. Knysnais a town in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route. The Knysna Lagoon is one of the area’s chief tourist attractions and is a popular spot for water sports enthusiasts in South Africa. The breath-taking blue of the Knysna Lagoon imbues the coastal town of Knysna with an allure that is quite irresistible. This lagoon opens between two massive cliffs, known as The Heads. These stand tall, acting as rugged watchmen over the pristine loveliness of the lagoon. Here, exquisite views of the water surging through the narrowed entrance make for idyllic backdrops to your Garden Route excursion.On arrival you will get an opportunity for a cruise on the vast Knysna Lagoon. Enjoy an amazing view of the imposing sandstone ‘Heads’ which guard the sea entrance to Knysna’s huge tidal lagoon, and the forests, marshes and pristine beaches surrounding it. 

    Later we transfer to Mossel Bay. Mossel Bay is a harbour town of about 130,000 people on the Garden Route in South Africa’s Western Cape Province.  It is an important tourism and farming region of the Western Cape Province. Mossel Bay lies 400 kms east of the country's seat of parliament, Cape Town. The older parts of the town occupy the north-facing side of the Cape St Blaize Peninsula, whilst the newer suburbs straddle the Peninsula and have spread eastwards along the sandy shore of the Bay. On arrival in Mossel you will transfer to beach hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Overnight stay: Diaz Beach Resort Hotel or similar in Mossel Bay.


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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    Mosssel is a harbour town and the historical city of Berthalomeo Diaz and Vasco Da Gama in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. After continental breakfast at hotel we visit the Bartolomeo Dias, Maritime Museum and botanical gardens. The Maritime Museum has exhibition displays which narrate about the history of early European sea voyagers who discovered sea routes. The local history 19th-century artifacts and 20th-century photographs are also displayed in this building. The building houses a life-size replica of the ship that was used by Bartolomeu Dias and his crew when they landed in Mossel Bay 1488. The ship was built in Portugal and it was brought to Mossel Bay in 1988.

    Post Office Tree, the first Post Office in the world

    Here we visit the Post office Tree. It is a famous milkwood tree in Mossel bay, South Africa that was used by early Portuguese explorers as a post office and it is considered as First Post Office in the world. The Post Office Tree – first used as a post box in 1500. In 1501, Portuguese navigator Pêro de Ataíde sought shelter in Mossel Bay after losing much of his fleet in a storm. He left an account of the disaster hidden in an old shoe which he suspended from a milkwood tree near the spring from which explorer Bartolomeu Dias had drawn water. The report was found by the explorer to whom it was addressed, João da Nova, and the tree served as a kind post office for decades thereafter. More recently, a boot-shaped post box has been erected under the now famous tree, and letters posted there are franked with a commemorative stamp. This has ensured that the tree has remained one of the town’s biggest tourist attractions.  Later you proceed to Oudtshoorn. Oudtshoorn is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa and located to the south of the Outeniqua Mountainsand is the home to the spectacular Cango Caves

    Cango Caves, popular tourist cave in South Africa.

    On arrival in Oudtshoorn, we visit Cango Caves. Cango Caves is one of the country's finest, best known, and most popular tourist caves and attracts many visitors from overseas and are located in Precambrian limestones at the foothills of the Swartberg range near the town of Oudtshoorn. Although the extensive system of tunnels and chambers go on for over 4 km (2.5 mi), only about a quarter of this is open to visitors, who may proceed into the cave only in groups supervised by a guide.

    Visit Ostrich Farm

    Oudtshoorn is also home to the world's largest ostrich population and got the name "ostrich capital of the world." Here we visit the Cango Ostrich Show Farm where you can observe and learn all about Ostriches. On arrival you will get a lunch in High gate Ostrich Farm or similar with Ostrich meat and egg.You will get a chance to visit Cango Ostrich Farm located in the lush Cango Valley with a number of specialized ostrich breeding farms, such as the Safari Show Farm and the High gate Ostrich Show Farm and here you can observe large flocks of Ostriches at different stages of development. There are petting areas where you can cuddle the chicks or feed an ostrich by hand, watch how feather dusters and boas are made. Professional multilingual guides take you on a conducted tour where you will learn about the birds surrounded by thousands of ostriches. You can also visit the shop on site and purchase exclusive leather handbags and feather boas and a variety of decorated and plain Ostrich eggshells, Ostrich paté's and biltong (traditional dried meat) and other delicatessen are available at these shops. Later you will transfer back to Mossel bay. Overnight stay at hotel.

    Overnight stay: Diaz Beach Resort Hotel or similar in Mossel bay

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    After continental breakfast at hotel, checkout and you will transfer to George Airport to take flight to O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa. Arrive Johannesburg airport. Johannesburg is a landlocked city surrounded by golden mountains, able to take you back to its humble beginnings as a mining settlement and its progress to becoming the 40th largest metropolitan area in the world.

    Visit Satyagraha House of Mahatma Gandhi

    On arrival and after Monati (lunch) we visit Satyagraha House, commonly known as Gandhi House, is a museum and guest house located in Johannesburg. This house, in the residential neighborhood of Orchards in Johannesburg, was the home of Mohandas Gandhi from 1908. This house contains many of Gandhi’s sayings, pictures, stories, and the furnishings he used. Within these walls, the future Mahatma created and developed his philosophy of passive resistance ‘Satyagraha’ in Sanskrit. A pacifist method of protest that he employed in India to lead the country to independence. The house was built in 1907 by Gandhi’s close friend, the German architect Hermann Kallenbach. The Satyagraha House is now a registered part of the country’s historical heritage. This museum retracing Gandhi’s experiences in South Africa and particularly those that he shared here with his friend Kallenbach is installed in the very heart of the house. In this way, a peaceful and meditative atmosphere channeling Gandhi’s life within these walls inhabits the property. Later you will have an orientation tour of Johannesburg and will visit Constitution Hill, Johannesburg Art Gallery, the Hill brow skyline at night, Nelson Mandela Square...etc. (If time permits). Later we transfer to Pretoria. Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel at Pretoria.

    Overnight stay: Centurion Lake Hotel or similar in Pretoria.

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    Start your day with a buffet breakfast at the hotel and soak in the sights of Pretoria city on a guided city tour. Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa. It straddles the Apies river and has spread eastwards into the foothills of the Magaliesberg mountains. Pretoria is one of the country's three capital cities, serving as the seat of the administrative branch of government in South Africa. Cape Town is the legislative capital and Bloemfontein the judicial capital. Known as "Jacaranda City" for its thousands of jacaranda trees, it's also home to universities and government buildings. Here we visit Union Buildings, the official seat of the South African Government and also house the offices of the President of South Africa, Church square, Kruger House building, Voortrekker Monument (outside view only)....etc.

    Kruger National Park, one of the world’s most popular Safari destination

    Later we transfer to Kruger National Park, one of Africa’s largest game reserves. This is one of the world's biggest and most diverse game reserves, at more than 2 million hectares. In 1898, then president of the Transvaal republic, Paul Kruger established The Kruger National Park - then called the Sabie Game Reserve.  Paul Kruger recognized the need to protect the wildlife of the Lowveld region and created an area where no hunting was allowed.  Areas of the park were first protected by the government of the South African Republic in 1898, and it became South Africa's first national park in 1926. To the west and south of the Kruger National Park are the two South African provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga. In the north is Zimbabwe, and to the east is Mozambique.

    On arrival in Kruger you will transfer to Safari Camp. Free time for leisure. In evening you will get a chance Taste a piece of southern African culture at a traditional Boma dinner at Safari Camp (subject to the availability and weather). Guests enjoy a buffet supper of game meats and a la carte dishes. Take your taste buds on an adventure with servings of kudu, crocodile tail, impala, warthog, and ostrich, plus rice and vegetable dishes...etc. The evening also includes traditional musical entertainment of dancing, drumming, and singing. Free time for leisure and entertainment. Overnight stay at Safari Camp at Kruger. 

    Overnight stay: Nkambeni Safari Camp or similar in Kruger

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

    Welcome to Kruger National Park!! 

    Kruger is one of the world's greatest wildlife-watching destinations. Its high density of wild animals includes the Big 5: lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and buffalos. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species such as vultures, eagles and storks. Mountains, bush plains and tropical forests are all part of the landscape. One of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations, the Kruger National Park is famous the world over.  It is the oldest Park in Africa and also one of the largest. Kruger National Park was established in 1898 and in 1926, the Kruger National Park merged with Shingwedzi Game Reserve, creating South Africa’s very first national park. More recently, the Kruger became part of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park, an international collaboration that joins the park with Limpopo National Park in Mozambique and Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe. As a result, animals can now move freely across international borders as they would have done thousands of years ago.

    Early morning you will drive to Kruger Natural Reserve Park in an open vehicle for a full day game drive (African Safari). The full day game drive is the perfect chance to relax and be guided on your wildlife experience. Kruger offers a unique ecosystem with the Kalahari that meets the bushveld. This allow for a variety of trees and grasses that offers a great habitat in return. The Birdlife and raptors are especially interesting not to mention the variety of mammals and reptiles that can be found in the park. The vehicles allow for excellent photography opportunities.  

    You will get a chance to see the magnificent animals Africa's 'Big Five'the lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros, and buffalo in Kruger. In central Kruger, you’ll find expanses of open savannah, home to impala, zebra, wildebeest, kudus, giraffes and elephants. This is also the best place to see big cats, as leopards and lions are common, and cheetahs are more likely to be seen here than anywhere else in the park. Now It's one of the largest and most-popular game reserves on the continent, annually drawing half a million visitors who are lured by the park's truly spectacular scenery, well-managed infrastructure and high density of exotic wildlife.Later return back to Lodge. Dinner and Overnight stay at Safari Camp at Kruger.

    Overnight stay: Nkambeni Safari Camp or similar in Kruger

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    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


    After breakfast you will transfer to Johannesburg. On the way we visit Lesedi African Cultural Village and discover the fascinating cultures and traditions of the people of Africa, visiting five traditional homesteads inhabited by Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribes who live according to tribal folklore and traditions of their ancestors. Lesedi Village offers the opportunity of experiencing the fascinating cultures and traditions of the people of Africa. Located in the cradle of humankind, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the village is 05 hrs. drive from Kruger. You will get a chance to know about local people on this culturally informative tour by joining them in song and dance followed by a traditional dinner.

    On arrival at Lesedi in the late afternoon, guests are welcomed in the traditional African way with a suitable escort to ‘their’ village. The discovery begins at the Ndebele village where the introduction to the cultural experience precedes a multi-media presentation on the history and origins of today’s rainbow nation. This is followed by a guided tour of the other four ethnic homesteads – Zulu, Basotho, Xhosa and Pedi and followed by Boma for traditional singing and dancing depicting stories that date back to the days of their ancestors.

    You can enjoy the fascinating cultures and traditions of the people of Africa in this Lesedi Cultural Tour. Lesedi is the home of the Zulu, Nguni, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribe, where guests can immerse themselves in cultural activities. Free time for leisure and shopping in Lesadi and enjoy the essence of Ubuntu at Lesedi, where the song, music and warmth of Africa’s hospitality will add a memorable and authentic flavor to your life. Traditional songs and dances round off the day's activities, followed by a buffet dinner of traditional fare fit for a king, hosted in the 200-seater NyamaChoma restaurant

    You will get a chance to put your taste buds to the test by digging into some impala, ostrich or crocodile meat then gather around the open fire at the end of the evening to listen to tales of African mythology and music in themaskanda guitar (a Zulu guitar) and African melodies.  Later drive to Johannesburg.  Overnight stay in Centurion lake hotel/similar in Johannesburg.

    Overnight stay: Metcourt Suites Hotel or similar in Johannesburg.

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    It’s time to say goodbye to all the new friends you have made. We hope you take back happy memories of your tour. We would like you to spare a few minutes of your time to write and tell us how you enjoyed your tour and any suggestions you may have for the future. After breakfast you will transfer to O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa. After emigration and security check Emirates Flight EK768 depart to Dubai at 10.25 hrs. and arrive Dubai International Airport at 20.25hrs. Later connect Emirates Flight EK768 to Kochi at 21.45hrs


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    The Emirates Flight EK768 arrive at Kochi International airport at 03.05hrs with sweet memories of  Fortune Tour’s Classic South Africa Tour.




Continental buffet breakfast at hotels. Lunch and dinner will be in Indian and African. In some places we will get a chance to experience Boma dinner (Subject to the availability)


Return economy class airfare in Emirates flight and Domestic Flight rates are included.
Single entry South Africa visa included. The decision of the Consulate will be final and we will not be responsible for any denial of visa. The visa fee will not be refunded at any circumstances.


All hotels will be of premium 3/4 Stars standards. In Kruger National Park we stay at Jungle Safari Camp.
Multi Axle air-conditioned coaches in all cities for transfers and sightseeing’s.

Professional, friendly, caring and well experienced Malayalee Tour manager will accompany the tour and the service of the local tour guides will be provided in all cities.

The tour cost includes travel Insurance upto 70 yrs., airport taxes, all entry tickets, tips to the driver and guides, mineral water, service tax….etc. And no optional and extra tour expenses incurred.


    Any expenses of personal nature like telephone charges, porterage, laundry expenses, excess baggage charges beverages, mini bars and anything not mentioned in the itinerary.

Package Cost and Dates

Adult Rate : ₹204900

Break up of Adult Rate : USD 1500 + Rs.99,900 ( Rs. 2,04,900 - approx.)

Special Discount Rate :Rs.204900/-   Rs.1,99,900/-
Single Occupancy : USD 1858 + Rs.99,900 ( Rs.2,29,900 - approx.)
Child rate   : USD 1150 + Rs.99,900  ( Rs.1,80,400 - approx.)
Infant rate  : Rs. 40, 000/-

*The rate quoted is on the basis of 1 USD @70 Rupees. The fluctuation in the exchange rate will reflect in the total tour cost.

Next Package Dates : 26 February 2019

Terms & Conditions

The rate quoted is based on 1 US Dollar @ 70 Rupees and the fluctuation in the exchange rate will reflect in the total tour cost. A person below 11 years is considered as child and above 11 years as an adult. The advance payment will be Rs.10,000.Visa fee and flight ticket (onward & return) will not be refundable at any circumstances. Once an airline ticket is issued, the date change penalty will be applicable. There are coach restrictions in some cities, in such a situation the tour manager and the driver will do their best to drop you as near to the monuments as possible. No refund can be entertained for any expenses incurred by the passengers due to circumstances beyond our control such as flight cancellation, airport closure, delays, an accident of any nature, bad weather, natural calamities, medical evacuation, supplier policies, visa rejection and visa delay etc. The Cancellation Charge is applicable in case of any passenger with granted visa, denying to travel or cancel his/her tour on account of visa rejection caused to their co-passenger or travel companion since the granting of visa is the sole discretion of the concerned Consulate. The company reserves the right to postpone or cancel any of the tours advertised, without assigning any reason. In this case, amount paid by the passengers will be refunded in full and no compensation claim will be entertained. Due to certain unavoidable circumstances, the company reserves the right to change/modify/ vary and alter the tour itinerary. In such changes, compensations or claims for refund by the passengers will not be entertained by the company for limitation and also for the non-availability of certain services with entry tickets, restaurants, sightseeing, shopping etc. even though included in the tour itinerary. For Single Passenger traveling without family have to share a room either on a twin or triple sharing basis (Roll away bed) depending on the booking. If we do not have another single passenger to share the room, Single Supplement with additional cost is applicable. The tariff of the tour quoted is calculated as per the rates prevailing at the time of quoting it. The Company reserves the right to change the tariff in the event of modification/alteration/change/variation in the said rates before the date of departure. Tour tariff is based on departure from Cochin unless specifically mentioned. Tourists boarding flights at places other than Cochin have to pay the entire airfare difference and bear and pay any other additional expenses including airport transfers, hotel stay, etc. on that account. The company takes care to select hotels and book the same on behalf of tourists at convenient locations subject to availability. In case of non-availability of rooms in the same hotel, the company has the right to split the accommodation in different hotels. Hotel accommodation is generally provided on Twin sharing basis in standard rooms and the third bed is often a roll-away mattress put in a twin-bedded room. Air-conditioning, central heating, and other facilities are provided by the hotels depending upon various factors including weather / climatic conditions, local systems, tour type, etc. As a Travel House / Tour Operator, the company does not have any control over Airlines, Coach Companies, Shipping Companies, Hotels, Local Transport or any other facilities, provided by third parties. The company is not responsible for the delays or deficiencies in the services provided by outside agencies. Also please note that the company does not have any control on schedules of opening and closing timings of the tourist attractions. In the computerized reservation system of Airlines seats once reserved cannot be changed. Tour participants will have to travel by the same seat provided by the Airline. Any damage caused to the hotel rooms or coach during your stay shall be payable by the passengers. Fortune Destination Management India Pvt Ltd will not be held responsibility for the same.  There are no refunds for any services, i.e. meals, sightseeing, flight delay or cancellation of flight, etc. not utilized on the tour. The Company shall not accept any liability or responsibility for any damages, loss, injury, accident, death, natural calamity, delay, breakdown or irregularity that may occur in carrying out the tour arrangement. (Management reserves the right to claim any additional expenses due to delay or changes in train, plane, bus, ship or other services, weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine, and any other cause, whatsoever, and all such losses or expenses must be borne by the passengers). Any disputes arising in respect of the tour shall be subject to Ernakulum Jurisdiction.

Cancellation Policy
A cancellation charge of 50% of the tour cost will be applicable for the passengers cancelling before 15 days of departure and 100% of the tour cost will be levied as the cancellation charge within 14days prior to the departure.

Period of Cancellation Cancellation Charges
15 Days before departure 50% of the Tour Cost
Within 14 days prior to departure 100 % of the Tour Cost

  Payment Terms and Conditions

Payments INR DOLLAR Remarks
Booking Advance Rs.10,000/-    
First Installment Rs.34,900/-   Before South African visa submission
Second Installment Rs.55,000/-   After granting African visa
Final Payment   Dollar 1500 Before 15 days of departure
Total Rs.99,900/- Dollar 1500  

The itinerary can change without notice due to unavoidable circumstances beyond our control such as political unrest, natural calamities, traffic regulations, etc.