Wild South African Conservation Tour

Company : Worldaway Learning Tours
Location : Cape Town, South Africa
Duration: 1 week to 6 weeks
Approx Costs: 1000 to 3000+ $ Dollars (US)

Experience Wild South Africa at its best on this eye-opening educational tour of South Africa's famous flora and fauna!

Take a walk on the South African Wild Side on this Wild South African Conservation Tour. All animal and nature lovers welcome to the Coast of South Africa to Cape Town and the surrounding Wildlife Conservations for a the trip of a lifetime!

This Enlightening and Entertaining Educational Vacation takes you on a journey through the South African Bush to the finest, most exotic Nature Conservatories for both animals and marine life on the entire continent! No other tour on earth lets you see more than 700 hundred species of animals including the Big 5 (Lions, Leopards, African Buffalo, Rhinoceros, and Elephants) along with sharks and other marine life as well!

Warm yourself up to Cape Town on your first full day with a Walking Tour of City Center and an in-depth tour of the South African Museum (part of the Museum Mile of South Africa) to develop a connection to the city.

The first week of the Wild South Africa Conservation Tour is complete with eye-opening and exhilarating tours: A visit to the Gansbaai Shark Conservation Tour includes a dive in a Shark Cage! Trips to the Cape Agulhas National Park, Cheetah-Land, the Cango Caves, and the Outeniqua Nature Reserve highlight the rest of the week- experiences that are as scenic as they are enlightening.

Week 2 starts off with a plunge as the Wild South Africa Conservation Tour moves to Plettenberg Bay for the Padi Instructory Dive Course! A trip to the Cat Conservation at the Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre follows for the large feline lovers, and then comes the incredible Elephant Santuary and a magical trip to Monkeyland.

Switch gears on Day 11 for a day of catching waves in Jeffrey’s Bay that includes professional surfing lessons in the same waters as the largest mavericks on Earth followed by the scenic tour to the next hotel in Port Elizabeth…

AND THEN: Prepare to be amazed on one of the most desired vacation experiences in the world! The South Africa Conservation Tour finishes with a bang on the 4-Day Addo to Karoo Safari Tour! Witness gigantic Elephants in their natural habitats in Addo before visiting the Mountain Zebra National Park that includes the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra along with 700 species of wildlife (cheetah, lion, buffalo, eland, kudu, and more!). The tour concludes in the majestic Valley of Desolation, an awe inspiring valley that includes some of the most amazing volcanic rock formations and scenic views in the all of South Africa.

For animal lovers, avid travelers, and marine life enthusiasts, this tour will make your jaw hit the floor and is guaranteed to change your life. Whether you want to treat yourself or bring the whole family, you really can’t miss this 16 Day Wild South Africa Conservation Tour.


  • Day 1: Arrival Day (Sunday)
  • Day 2: Orientation, City Walking Tour & South African Museum
  • Day 3: Shark Conservation Day-Tour – Gansbaai (Incl. Shark Cage-Dive!)
  • Day 4: Cape Agulhas National Park & De Hoop Nature Reserve Hike
  • Day 5: Cheetah-Land & Cango Caves
  • Day 6: Outeniqua Nature Reserve
  • Day 7: Transfer To Plettenberg Bay & Start Padi Introductory Dive Course
  • Day 8: Complete Padi Introductory Dive Course
  • Day 9: Cat Conservation Tour
  • Day 10:Elephant Sanctuary & Monkeyland
  • Day 11: J-Bay Surfing Lesson & Transfer To Port Elizabeth
  • Day 12: 4-Day Addo To Karoo Safari Tour, Day 1
  • Day 13: 4-Day Addo To Karoo Safari Tour, Day 2
  • Day 14: 4-Day Addo To Karoo Safari Tour, Day 3
  • Day 15: 4-Day Addo To Karoo Safari Tour, Day 4 + Graduation Day & Departure
  • Day 16: Departure Day


  • Airport Pickup
  • Internal Flights
  • Internal Travel
  • Minibus
  • Taxi


  • Accomodation Included


  • Meals Included

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