Fly & Drive Zuid-Afrika & Mozambique
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Fly & Drive Zuid-Afrika & Mozambique

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Created: Saturday, July 30, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, April 8, 2023
Total price From 5.352 €
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Created: Saturday, July 30, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, April 8, 2023
Destinations: Johannesburg, Tzaneen, Phalaborwa, Kruger National Park, Maputo, Chidenguele, Tofo Beach, Praia do Bilene, Ponta d'Ouro, Mbabane , Johannesburg
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08 Apr
Transport from Amsterdam to Johannesburg
Departure
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL591
10:35 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
21:20 - Johannesburg, Johannesburg Intl (JNB)
10h 45m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: KL591
Cabin Class: Economy
08 Apr
Car rental
A/C 4 doors 4 people
Haval Jolion /AC/A/4dr or similar
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Automatic transmission
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
General payment terms

236.32 EUR charged in CreditCard

Theft protection
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden
Collision damage waiver
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden
Pickup

Johannesburg Int. Luchthaven (Desk at Airport) - Telephone:

Johannesburg, Zuid Afrika

Dropoff

Johannesburg Int. Luchthaven (Desk at Airport) - Telephone

Johannesburg, Zuid Afrika

08 Apr
1. Johannesburg
Stay
About the city: Johannesburg is the port of entry for the majority of tourists visiting South Africa and its largest city. First time visitors may also not be aware that Johannesburg and Pretoria are only 60km from each other, but the two cities are worlds apart, and the contrast is fascinating. South Africa's largest city is cosmopolitan, quirky and vibrant with glorious weather and friendly people. One of Johannesburg endearing characteristics is that it is a truly international and very cosmopolitan place. Johannesburg is unapologetically and unmistakably African with enough First World infrastructure to make for comfortable tourism. Newtown and the Market Theatre area are the city's cultural precinct. Braamfontein, the university area, has a great Saturday market, lively night life, is very artsy. Don’t miss the stunning Apartheid Museum. The most well-known and celebrated of South Africa's townships is Soweto, the sprawling mix of shanty town and formal housing estates that lies approximately 30km outside of Johannesburg in Gauteng. Johannesburg offers lots of interesting and often quirky things to do, be willing to scratch beneath the surface and you'll find enough to happily occupy a few days and provide excellent context to help you understand the turbulent history that has made South Africa what it is today.
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09 Apr
Car journey 420 Kilometers - 4h 28m
Johannesburg
Tzaneen
09 Apr
2. Tzaneen
Stay
About the city: Tzaneen is a large tropical garden town situated in the Mopani District Municipality of the Limpopo province in South Africa. It is situated in a lush, high rainfall fertile region with tropical and subtropical agriculture taking place in a 20,000 km2 region
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10 Apr
Car journey 112 Kilometers - 1h 29m
Tzaneen
Phalaborwa
10 Apr
3. Phalaborwa
Stay
About the city: Gateway to the Kruger National Park and Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park Dubbed the 'town of two summers' because it never really gets cold in this subtropical town of mild winters and warm summers, Phalaborwa enjoys average day temperatures of 23°C and is the ideal year-round holiday destination.
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11 Apr
Car journey 131 Kilometers - 2h 17m
Phalaborwa
Kruger National Park
11 Apr
4. Kruger National Park
Stay
About the city: The Kruger Park is an all year round destination, with each season bringing its own highlights. Whatever time you decide to safari in the Kruger National Park. Game viewing can be at its best during the dry winters months, however the wet summer season brings full waterholes, lush bushveld, many newborn wildlife and the summer migrant birds arrive.
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13 Apr
Car journey 305 Kilometers - 4h 53m
Kruger National Park
Maputo
13 Apr
5. Maputo
Stay
About the city: Maputo is the capital city of Mozambique. It is the largest city in Mozambique and the country's most important harbor. It is situated at the mouth of the Santo River in the extreme south, 90 km from the border with South Africa. The city’s urban area feels small and concentrated, with wide avenues and old trees. Maputo’s vibe is healthy and active, with lots of street vendors and markets. Buildings throughout the city range from old colonial palaces to new high-rise constructions, but the dominant architecture consists of Stalinist-looking concrete-walled boxes, generally with badly eroded paint and rusty security bars. Fortunately, these tend to fade into the background, and there are enough buildings with old charm and lush enough gardens to give a pleasing if shabby feel. Especially outstanding buildings which shouldn't be missed are the Pancho Guedes creations: Guadiesque, surreal and difficult to find. Maputo is a big, modern city with a beautiful skyline and harbor, wonderful old buildings and tree-lined avenues full of life and culture.
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14 Apr
Car journey 275 Kilometers - 4h 22m
Maputo
Chidenguele
14 Apr
6. Chidenguele
Stay
About the city: Chidenguele is a village and also one of the seven administrative posts that make up the Mandlakazi district in the Gaza province in the southern part of Mozambique, a region bordering the Manica, Inhambane and Maputo provinces. Indian Ocean riparian region and border with Zimbabwe (Masvingo Province) and South Africa (Limpopo Province) which geographically belongs to the Zambezi brackish ecoregion in the Limpopo river basin.
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16 Apr
Car journey 223 Kilometers - 3h 33m
Chidenguele
Tofo Beach
16 Apr
7. Tofo Beach
Stay
About the city: Tofo Beach (pt: Praia do Tofo) or simply Tofo is a small town in southeastern Mozambique. The town lies on the Indian Ocean coast, on Ponta da Barra peninsula in Inhambane Province, Jangamo District, 22 km drive from Inhambane city. A major Mozambican tourist destination, Tofo is home to beach villas and diving retreats, with tourists drawn by a long Indian Ocean beach front and nearby reefs which attract sealife. Along with manta rays and sea turtles, Tofo is one of the best destinations for divers to see whale sharks.
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18 Apr
Car journey 367 Kilometers - 5h 18m
Tofo Beach
Praia do Bilene
18 Apr
8. Praia do Bilene
Stay
About the city: Bilene, also known as Praia do Bilene, is a town in southern Mozambique, lying 140 kilometres northeast of Maputo in the province of Gaza.[1] It is known as a beach resort, lying on the Mozambique Channel. Noted for its calm and clear lagoon, the Uembje Lagoon, giving way to the pounding Indian Ocean beyond tall dunes, it is reported to be the closest beach destination to the city of Johannesburg in neighboring South Africa. The town has an airport called Bilene Airport, currently disused. Popular tourist activities in Bilene include sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, snorkelling, paragliding and kite surfing.
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19 Apr
Car journey 286 Kilometers - 4h 24m
Praia do Bilene
Ponta d'Ouro
19 Apr
9. Ponta d'Ouro
Stay
About the city: Ponta do Ouro (also Ponta d'Ouro in English meaning "tip of gold", in reference to an existing cape at the southern part of the beach) is a town in the extreme south of Mozambique, lying on the Mozambique Channel south of Maputo and just north of the border with South Africa. It is known for its beach, for its dolphins and for its offshore diving and deep-sea fishing. From other points in Mozambique, Ponta do Ouro can only be reached by a 4x4 vehicle as there are no tarred roads. The currency is the Metical, but the South African Rand and the US Dollar are also accepted. Shopping is very limited in Ponta. There is a petrol station, bank, pharmacy, hardware stores, bottle stores and other small shops in town. Fresh bread can be purchased at the local market. Basic food items like vegetables, fruits can be purchased at this market. No luxurious items are available anywhere in Ponta do Ouro. Holiday accommodation is readily available. There are 3 to 4 modern and comfortable resorts in Ponta on the beachfront and surrounding areas. Other resorts date from pre-war and although quite primitive with limited facilities are very popular with tourists due to reasonable pricing and excellent location on the beachfront. It is commonly referred to as 'Ponta' by visiting South Africans. Ponta do Ouro is about 15 km away from the South African border and about 130 km South of Maputo. With the new road connecting Maputo to Ponta do Ouro, the travel lasts about one hour.
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22 Apr
Car journey 282 Kilometers - 5h 18m
Ponta d'Ouro
Mbabane
22 Apr
10. Mbabane
Stay
About the city: Mbabane is the capital and largest city in Swaziland. It is located on the Mbabane River and its tributary the Polinjane River in the Mdzimba Mountains. It is located in the district of Hhohho, of which it is also the capital. The city centre consist of two small malls, a taxi and bus range, a hotel and at some open markets. The surrounding area is picturesque with small mountains all around. An evening drive out of town on Pine Valley Road provides gorgeous green pastoral views.
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24 Apr
Car journey 357 Kilometers - 4h 18m
Mbabane
Johannesburg
24 Apr
11. Johannesburg
Stop
About the city: Johannesburg is the port of entry for the majority of tourists visiting South Africa and its largest city. First time visitors may also not be aware that Johannesburg and Pretoria are only 60km from each other, but the two cities are worlds apart, and the contrast is fascinating. South Africa's largest city is cosmopolitan, quirky and vibrant with glorious weather and friendly people. One of Johannesburg endearing characteristics is that it is a truly international and very cosmopolitan place. Johannesburg is unapologetically and unmistakably African with enough First World infrastructure to make for comfortable tourism. Newtown and the Market Theatre area are the city's cultural precinct. Braamfontein, the university area, has a great Saturday market, lively night life, is very artsy. Don’t miss the stunning Apartheid Museum. The most well-known and celebrated of South Africa's townships is Soweto, the sprawling mix of shanty town and formal housing estates that lies approximately 30km outside of Johannesburg in Gauteng. Johannesburg offers lots of interesting and often quirky things to do, be willing to scratch beneath the surface and you'll find enough to happily occupy a few days and provide excellent context to help you understand the turbulent history that has made South Africa what it is today.
More info
24 Apr
Transport from Johannesburg to Amsterdam
Return
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL592
23:10 - Johannesburg, Johannesburg Intl (JNB)
10:15 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
+1 day 11h 5m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: KL592
Cabin Class: Economy
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