South Africa

This reward trip combines a superb “Big 5” safari, wine and chocolate tasting in the Stellenbosch winelands and interactive drumming and African dancers with making a lasting difference to Huntingdon Village as you build a much needed medical clinic.

Highlights

  • Getting to know the people of Huntingdon Village as you build a much needed medical clinic
  • Superb “Big 5” safari in an area famous for leopard and wild dog (along with lion, buffalo, elephants, rhino, cheetah and much more!)
  • Private chartered flights
  • African choir
  • Surprise bush breakfast
  • Surprise dinner under African skies
  • Interactive drumming and African dancers
  • Private viewing deck on top of Table Mountain for champagne and ‘gumboot dancers’ performance
  • Vintage sidecar motorbike transfer
  • Cape of Good Hope
  • Penguin colony
  • Scenic helicopter flight to Stellenbosch winelands
  • Wine and chocolate tasting

Summary Itinerary

  • Day 1 – Arrive Jo’burg, private charter flight to Sabi Sand Private Reserve, afternoon game drive, boma welcome dinner with African choir.
  • Day 2 – Early morning game drive, begin renovations to create HIV clinic, lunch on site, late afternoon game drive, sunset drinks in the bush.
  • Day 3 – Early morning game drive, finish renovations to create HIV clinic, lunch on site, late afternoon game drive, sunset drinks in the bush, surprise dinner under African skies, interactive drumming and African dancers.
  • Day 4 – Early morning game drive, private charter flight to Cape Town (3.5 hours), Table Mountain by cablecar, gumboot dancers, transfer to the Cape Grace Hotel, dinner at Bungalow restaurant (arrive by vintage sidecars).
  • Day 5 – Cape of Good Hope, penguin colony, scenic heli-flight to Stellenbosch winelands, wine and chocolate tasting, transfer to airport and fly out.

Community Project

Huntington Village near Sabi Sands is in desperate need of an HIV clinic for which an existing building can be renovated. Huntington community has a population of between 5000 – 6000 people and has no health facilities. At least 25% of the village is HIV positive. TB and cervical cancers have so far claimed many lives in the village due to limited access to proper education related to infections like TB and HPV.

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