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Johannesburg to Cape Town - Exodus Travels
Johannesburg to Cape Town - Exodus Travels
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Starts
Johannesburg
Destinations
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Ends
Cape Town
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Highlights

  • Discover the wildlife in Kruger National Park
  • Experience the mountainous region of Lesotho
  • Camp by Storms River
  • Drive along the stunning Garden Route
  • Go wine tasting at local vineyards
Age range
16 to 80 year olds
Accommodation
Hotel
Max Group Size
16
Transportation
Overland Truck
Travel style
Discovery
Start in Johannesburg and end in Cape Town! With the discovery tour Johannesburg to Cape Town, you have a 20 day tour package taking you from Johannesburg to Cape Town and through Johannesburg, South Africa and 27 other destinations in Africa. Johannesburg to Cape Town includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport.

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  • JC
    Written on August 23, 2017
    1.0 - Bad

    Great trip, met many wonderful people. Unfortunately, the guides did not send us the list of names and email addresses which they promised to do. Also , unfortunately, even though I paid for single supplement, I had to share several times. Exodus admitted to their mistake but only reimbursed me $150. I paid over $800. I traveled with exodus 3 times but will never do so again.
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  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 2
    Written on August 20, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    An excellent trip slightly ruined by the lack of support vehicle which added hours to already lengthy days and meant we nearly always arrived at new places in the dark having spent whole days on the bus on occasion. It is clearly a trip which involves long journeys but at least 2 hours were added onto the normal journey times which is not acceptable on an expensive trip. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Township visit in Cape Town; Cape Peninsula; camping at Tsitsikama; Lesotho - could have spent much longer there; walking in the Drakensberg Mountains; rhino walk in Swaziland; seeing a baby rhino in Kruger.What did you think of your group leader?Rob was an excellent leader - he coped very well with being let down by his company (Mask expeditions) who failed to provide a support vehicle after the original one broke down at the start of the trip. It was out of respect for him that we didn't kick up a fuss about the extra hours this cost us on the bus which was not suitable for the weight it had to pull (us, all our bags, all the tents, all the food etc).  He is unfailingly upbeat and calm and has a wealth of knowledge about southern Africa.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Insist that Exodus/Mask provide appropriate vehicles for what is an expensive trip.  Is there anything else you would like to add?I wouldn't want my comments to put anyone off what is an excellent and varied trip but I do think we deserved more for our money! Exodus should insist on better from Mask - I think profit was clearly put above our needs. Personally Mozambique could be scrapped from the trip - it is a long way to travel for what it is and  I would have preferred longer stops in other locations (pick any from Cape Town, Lesotho, Drakensberg, Swaziland, Kruger)    

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 3
    Written on August 20, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    An excellent trip slightly ruined by the lack of support vehicle which added hours to already lengthy days and meant we nearly always arrived at new places in the dark having spent whole days on the bus on occasion. It is clearly a trip which involves long journeys but at least 2 hours were added onto the normal journey times which is not acceptable on an expensive trip. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Township visit in Cape Town; Cape Peninsula; camping at Tsitsikama; Lesotho - could have spent much longer there; walking in the Drakensberg Mountains; rhino walk in Swaziland; seeing a baby rhino in Kruger.What did you think of your group leader?Rob was an excellent leader - he coped very well with being let down by his company (Mask expeditions) who failed to provide a support vehicle after the original one broke down at the start of the trip. It was out of respect for him that we didn't kick up a fuss about the extra hours this cost us on the bus which was not suitable for the weight it had to pull (us, all our bags, all the tents, all the food etc).  He is unfailingly upbeat and calm and has a wealth of knowledge about southern Africa.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Insist that Exodus/Mask provide appropriate vehicles for what is an expensive trip.  Is there anything else you would like to add?I wouldn't want my comments to put anyone off what is an excellent and varied trip but I do think we deserved more for our money! Exodus should insist on better from Mask - I think profit was clearly put above our needs. Personally Mozambique could be scrapped from the trip - it is a long way to travel for what it is and  I would have preferred longer stops in other locations (pick any from Cape Town, Lesotho, Drakensberg, Swaziland, Kruger)    

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 4
    Written on April 25, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    Had a great time , pity there were only 6 of us on the trip. South Africa is a great country and this trip gives you a great view of it.There were a few hiccups on the way like when the truck got a puncture and no one could get the wheel nuts off, guy had to come and burn them off for us . But, that's travel.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Walking around the Drakensbergs .  And finally getting that last wheel nut off !!What did you think of your group leader?Rob was a good leader, did everything for us, drove, put up the tents and cooked.  Never seen a harder working leader. Rob loved his birdlife and not just the feathered varity. There was this Polish girl who wore the shortest of shorts and tightest of tops. It was funny listening for them to go from room to room & tent to tent.But, he spent most of his time with her and didn't give us his full attention.Tsepo was a great driver and a nice bloke.  Had a lot of fun with him.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Spend more time after the trip in Cape Town.Is there anything else you would like to add?We have never done an Exodus trip but would certainly do another one.Had a great time with some nice people.  Isn't that enough.!!

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 5
    Written on April 25, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    Had a great time , pity there were only 6 of us on the trip. South Africa is a great country and this trip gives you a great view of it.There were a few hiccups on the way like when the truck got a puncture and no one could get the wheel nuts off, guy had to come and burn them off for us . But, that's travel.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Walking around the Drakensbergs .  And finally getting that last wheel nut off !!What did you think of your group leader?Rob was a good leader, did everything for us, drove, put up the tents and cooked.  Never seen a harder working leader. Rob loved his birdlife and not just the feathered varity. There was this Polish girl who wore the shortest of shorts and tightest of tops. It was funny listening for them to go from room to room & tent to tent.But, he spent most of his time with her and didn't give us his full attention.Tsepo was a great driver and a nice bloke.  Had a lot of fun with him.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Spend more time after the trip in Cape Town.Is there anything else you would like to add?We have never done an Exodus trip but would certainly do another one.Had a great time with some nice people.  Isn't that enough.!!

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 6
    Written on October 24, 2012
    5.0 - Excellent

    This was a fantastic trip that gives a real taste of what this part of the world has to offer - stunning scenery [mountains, deserts and coastline], interesting walks, an enormous variety of flora and fauna, and fascinating culture and social history. The trip was well structured, and offered something for most interests. There is a good balance between camping and staying in small hotels and guest houses, and some of the camping sites were in amazing locations - notably the Drakensberg and Tsitsikamma. One of the really good things about the trip was how well the group of 15 gelled together - an essential element when you are spending three weeks at close quarters - and the fact that generally we had warm and sunny weather.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?The things that stood out for me were seeing leopard in the Kruger and lying awake in the tent listening to lions roaring in the surrounding bush [I hope that they were further away than they sounded!!], watching a group of rhino walk by the waterhole close to the campsite in Swaziland [they really were almost close enough to touch], the gorge walk in the Drakensberg, Lesotho [an unbelievably beautiful mountain kingdom - it was great to get out and walk through the countryside and the local village to see ancient bushman art], Tsitsikamma [a campsite right on the shoreline, so the constant sound of waves breaking, the chance to see dolphins swimming past, and a wonderful walk along the shoreline to a waterfall] and finally Capetown. All amazing, and each one worth seeing in its own right. But what was truly inspirational was seeing Robben Island and Nelson Mandela's cell and then standing underneath the balcony in Grand Parade picturing him raising his fist and shouting "Amandla" when he was finally released. Don't miss out on either.What did you think of your group leader?Rob was an excellent tour leader - knowledgeable, competent, very hard working, good on the logistics and excellent at spotting game. You could ask him anything - if he couldn't immediately identify something that you had seen [which was rare], or give you an answer to a question, he would find it out pretty quickly and come back to you. He was easy going and good company, making sure that he spent time talking to everyone, yet maintained a quiet authority over the group such that everything ran smoothly and everyone was generally in the right place at the right time. However, he was only one element of an excellent team of four [expertly aided and abetted by Sifiso, Tallis and Petros] who all worked really well together. All four of them pitched in and did whatever was needed - driving the bus, pitching and dismantling the camp and cooking excellent and varied meals. The four of them worked tirelessly to make sure that we were all able to sit back and enjoy ourselves to the maximum.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?The general concensus is that the trip is best done from Joburg to Cape Town, which is a great place to end up in. My one real regret is that I didn't add on some extra time there at the end of the trip - there wasn't enough time to cover everything that I wanted to see and do, and Cape Town is a very cool city where it would be good to spend a few days after the trip ends. I would definitely recommend doing so.Travel light - there are plenty of opportunities to get laundry done easily and cheaply [notably Bilene in Mozambique and Lesotho] and it is unnecessary to haul around a large and heavy bag. A lot of the hotel/guest house accommodation is on first floors, and it is so much better if you can carry your own bag up and down the stairs.Don't be put off by the camping - most of the campsites are in stunning locations, and it really is the best way to enjoy the landscape. The tents are put up and taken down for you, and the beds are really comfortable. Similarly, don't be put off by the thought of a day of walking in the Drakensberg. The gorge walk passes through amazing scenery and is really not to be missed - although it ascends gradually on the way there, it is mostly contouring, and there isn't a huge gain in height, so not particularly strenuous. Finally, as the trip notes say, there are some long driving days. But they are a necessary part of covering all the ground and seeing different places, and are usually enjoyable in their own right because of the ever changing scenery that you are passing through, and the one-off spots - baboons, antelope and mountain zebra by the roadside and the people and villages that you pass by. There are plenty of coffee/toilet/leg stretching stops. Sit back and enjoy it, take an iPod to listen to and a book for the rare occasions when you don't want to just sit and take in the scenery.Is there anything else you would like to add?I thoroughly enjoyed this trip, and it certainly met if not exceeded my expectations. There is so much to see and do that you are often spoilt for choice. However, one of the things that surprised me is that I thought that Mozambique, which was an initial draw f0r me, turned out to be much less interesting than I thought .... and arguably expendable. With the benefit of hindsight, I would probably opt to miss out Mozambique and spend more time in some of the other places, such as Lesotho and Swaziland. We also had very little time in Graaf-Reinet and Stellenbosch, both of which are historic  Cape Dutch towns, that are certainly worth spending time in.The game in the Kruger isn't as prolific or as impressive as is the case in the Masai Mara, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, but we nevertheless saw all of the Big Five and a lot more besides. A great leopard sighting and a lot of interesting and colourful birds at close quarters.All in all, a wonderful experience and a great intro to South Africa and its neighbours. 

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 7
    Written on October 24, 2012
    5.0 - Excellent

    This was a fantastic trip that gives a real taste of what this part of the world has to offer - stunning scenery [mountains, deserts and coastline], interesting walks, an enormous variety of flora and fauna, and fascinating culture and social history. The trip was well structured, and offered something for most interests. There is a good balance between camping and staying in small hotels and guest houses, and some of the camping sites were in amazing locations - notably the Drakensberg and Tsitsikamma. One of the really good things about the trip was how well the group of 15 gelled together - an essential element when you are spending three weeks at close quarters - and the fact that generally we had warm and sunny weather.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?The things that stood out for me were seeing leopard in the Kruger and lying awake in the tent listening to lions roaring in the surrounding bush [I hope that they were further away than they sounded!!], watching a group of rhino walk by the waterhole close to the campsite in Swaziland [they really were almost close enough to touch], the gorge walk in the Drakensberg, Lesotho [an unbelievably beautiful mountain kingdom - it was great to get out and walk through the countryside and the local village to see ancient bushman art], Tsitsikamma [a campsite right on the shoreline, so the constant sound of waves breaking, the chance to see dolphins swimming past, and a wonderful walk along the shoreline to a waterfall] and finally Capetown. All amazing, and each one worth seeing in its own right. But what was truly inspirational was seeing Robben Island and Nelson Mandela's cell and then standing underneath the balcony in Grand Parade picturing him raising his fist and shouting "Amandla" when he was finally released. Don't miss out on either.What did you think of your group leader?Rob was an excellent tour leader - knowledgeable, competent, very hard working, good on the logistics and excellent at spotting game. You could ask him anything - if he couldn't immediately identify something that you had seen [which was rare], or give you an answer to a question, he would find it out pretty quickly and come back to you. He was easy going and good company, making sure that he spent time talking to everyone, yet maintained a quiet authority over the group such that everything ran smoothly and everyone was generally in the right place at the right time. However, he was only one element of an excellent team of four [expertly aided and abetted by Sifiso, Tallis and Petros] who all worked really well together. All four of them pitched in and did whatever was needed - driving the bus, pitching and dismantling the camp and cooking excellent and varied meals. The four of them worked tirelessly to make sure that we were all able to sit back and enjoy ourselves to the maximum.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?The general concensus is that the trip is best done from Joburg to Cape Town, which is a great place to end up in. My one real regret is that I didn't add on some extra time there at the end of the trip - there wasn't enough time to cover everything that I wanted to see and do, and Cape Town is a very cool city where it would be good to spend a few days after the trip ends. I would definitely recommend doing so.Travel light - there are plenty of opportunities to get laundry done easily and cheaply [notably Bilene in Mozambique and Lesotho] and it is unnecessary to haul around a large and heavy bag. A lot of the hotel/guest house accommodation is on first floors, and it is so much better if you can carry your own bag up and down the stairs.Don't be put off by the camping - most of the campsites are in stunning locations, and it really is the best way to enjoy the landscape. The tents are put up and taken down for you, and the beds are really comfortable. Similarly, don't be put off by the thought of a day of walking in the Drakensberg. The gorge walk passes through amazing scenery and is really not to be missed - although it ascends gradually on the way there, it is mostly contouring, and there isn't a huge gain in height, so not particularly strenuous. Finally, as the trip notes say, there are some long driving days. But they are a necessary part of covering all the ground and seeing different places, and are usually enjoyable in their own right because of the ever changing scenery that you are passing through, and the one-off spots - baboons, antelope and mountain zebra by the roadside and the people and villages that you pass by. There are plenty of coffee/toilet/leg stretching stops. Sit back and enjoy it, take an iPod to listen to and a book for the rare occasions when you don't want to just sit and take in the scenery.Is there anything else you would like to add?I thoroughly enjoyed this trip, and it certainly met if not exceeded my expectations. There is so much to see and do that you are often spoilt for choice. However, one of the things that surprised me is that I thought that Mozambique, which was an initial draw f0r me, turned out to be much less interesting than I thought .... and arguably expendable. With the benefit of hindsight, I would probably opt to miss out Mozambique and spend more time in some of the other places, such as Lesotho and Swaziland. We also had very little time in Graaf-Reinet and Stellenbosch, both of which are historic  Cape Dutch towns, that are certainly worth spending time in.The game in the Kruger isn't as prolific or as impressive as is the case in the Masai Mara, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, but we nevertheless saw all of the Big Five and a lot more besides. A great leopard sighting and a lot of interesting and colourful birds at close quarters.All in all, a wonderful experience and a great intro to South Africa and its neighbours. 

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 8
    Written on August 19, 2012
    5.0 - Excellent

    This was a fantastic tour from sights to meals to guides. This was our first Exodus tour and will not be our last. I'm not sure if we were just fortunate but considering the tour was full (16 people) we had a terrific group of people to travel with. My only negative would be the amount of driving we had to do to cover so many miles, that said, it was totally worth it for all we saw and the bus was thankfully air conditioned and comfortable. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?We are stumped as there is so much to choose from. Lesotho was inspiring, the Rhino walk humbling, Titsikarma breathtaking and, my personal favorite, the Drakkensburg mountains were majestic. A peaceful place I would happily return to. The wildlife we saw included the big 5 and soooo much more!What did you think of your group leader?Rob, Sufiso, Shawn and Jacob were terrific! Rob was very knowledgable and helpful, interesting and competent. I think he was pulling his hair out at times with such a big group but he managed the personalities and challenges very well. Sufiso is a fantastic driver, always friendly and helpful but quiet and in control. Shawn was also helpful, friendly, fun and interesting. Jacob was shy but very helpful and strong I think physically he worked the hardest with set up and take down but always with a big smile. They all seemed to know what needed to be done and worked well together. Plus their cooking was awesome!!Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Pack light!! I did not and no one thanked me for it including myself. Have something to do on the bus be it music, books etc. This trip is not for those who are looking to relax, it is busy, exciting and fun but not restful.Is there anything else you would like to add?This was a fun, affordable and realistic way to see as much of South Africa as possible in 21 days and we highly recommend it!!

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 9
    Written on August 19, 2012
    5.0 - Excellent

    This was a fantastic tour from sights to meals to guides. This was our first Exodus tour and will not be our last. I'm not sure if we were just fortunate but considering the tour was full (16 people) we had a terrific group of people to travel with. My only negative would be the amount of driving we had to do to cover so many miles, that said, it was totally worth it for all we saw and the bus was thankfully air conditioned and comfortable. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?We are stumped as there is so much to choose from. Lesotho was inspiring, the Rhino walk humbling, Titsikarma breathtaking and, my personal favorite, the Drakkensburg mountains were majestic. A peaceful place I would happily return to. The wildlife we saw included the big 5 and soooo much more!What did you think of your group leader?Rob, Sufiso, Shawn and Jacob were terrific! Rob was very knowledgable and helpful, interesting and competent. I think he was pulling his hair out at times with such a big group but he managed the personalities and challenges very well. Sufiso is a fantastic driver, always friendly and helpful but quiet and in control. Shawn was also helpful, friendly, fun and interesting. Jacob was shy but very helpful and strong I think physically he worked the hardest with set up and take down but always with a big smile. They all seemed to know what needed to be done and worked well together. Plus their cooking was awesome!!Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Pack light!! I did not and no one thanked me for it including myself. Have something to do on the bus be it music, books etc. This trip is not for those who are looking to relax, it is busy, exciting and fun but not restful.Is there anything else you would like to add?This was a fun, affordable and realistic way to see as much of South Africa as possible in 21 days and we highly recommend it!!

  • Johannesburg to Cape Town reviewer 10
    Written on April 12, 2012
    4.0 - Good

    Overall an excellent trip, with good knwledgeable guides, which i can heartily recommend. Lots of beautiful scenery, animals, and interesting sites. Mozambique, especially Maputo, could easily be left out with no detriment to the trip, Maputo is not somewhere you would want to wander around and, for the day by the beach in Mozambique there was not much to do.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?MOMENTS Cheetah breeding centre, up close and personal with an adult cheetah who purrs like a HarleydavidsonBreakfast at Tsitsikama camp site watching half dozen pods of dolphin swim pastThe rare site of wild dogs on the move in the evening light of KrugerWhat did you think of your group leader?The leader was knowledgeable, helpful, and fitted in with the group. He is young and has been running this trip for less than a year however he is complimented by his assistant/driver who has been doing the trip for some years and has a wicked sense of humour.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?There are plenty of opportunities to charge cameras but, once away from Cape Town no wifi but mobile phones work albeit a poor signal in Mozambique.Is there anything else you would like to add?This is my second exodus trip in Southern Africa. I love the country and these trips are a good way to see it. We will be back!

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  1. Day 1: Start Johannesburg; drive to Mpumalanga.
  2. Day 2: Explore Panorama Route; to Letaba Ranch Reserve; night game drive.
  3. Day 3: Morning game walk; to Kruger N.P.
  4. Day 4: Game drives in Kruger N.P.
  5. Day 5: To Hlane Game Reserve, Swaziland, optional nature walk.
  6. Day 6: To St. Lucia on the Elephant Coast.
  7. Day 7: Boat trip and game walk; afternoon at Cape Vidal.
  8. Day 8: To Dundee via Rourke's Drift
  9. Day 9: To Royal Natal N.P.; optional afternoon walk
  10. Day 10: Daywalk in the Drakensberg.
  11. Day 11: To the Kingdom of Lesotho.
  12. Day 12: Free day to enjoy Lesotho's culture and mountain scenery.
  13. Day 13: To Graaf Reinet in the Karoo.
  14. Day 14: To Tsitsikamma N.P on the Garden Route.
  15. Day 15: Free day to go on walks, relax or explore the region.
  16. Day 16: To Hermanus; whale watching in season.
  17. Day 17: Visit South Africa's wine region en route to Cape Town.
  18. Day 18: Cape Peninsula tour, Cape Point and Simonstown's penguins.
  19. Day 19: Free day in Cape Town.
  20. Day 20: End Cape Town.

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Destinations

Covering a total distance of approx 3,034 km.
  • Johannesburg (South Africa)
  • 207 km
  • Belfast (South Africa)
  • 116 km
  • Graskop (South Africa)
  • 42 km
  • Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve (South Africa)
  • 91 km
  • Letaba Ranch (South Africa)
  • 80 km
  • Kruger National Park (South Africa)
  • 274 km
  • Hlane Royal National Park (Swaziland)
  • 60 km
  • Big Bend (Swaziland)
  • 179 km
  • St Lucia Estuary (South Africa)
  • 31 km
  • Cape Vidal (South Africa)
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