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All roar, no snore: sell South Africa and Zimbabwe your way, hassle-free

Help your clients avoid the headache of self-booking a big-five family holiday by choosing an affordable, stress-free option.

With flexible, value options built for families wanting the comfort of an escorted tour and the freedom to explore on their own without strict schedules, Gate 1 Travel’s Africa tours offer safe, stress-free itineraries built for children and young families.

But get in quick! Book almost any of Gate 1 Travel’s South Africa & Zimbabwe Tours before 26 September and save!

Here are some of the best features of Gate 1’s South Africa & Zimbabwe Tours:

Experience Cape Town on a panoramic city tour

African hipster girl walks down the street with her bike
Enjoy a visit to Cape Town on Gate 1 Travel’s 8 Day Essential South Africa tour!

Game drive in the magnificent Limpopo Province

Cheetahs spotted on a game drive
Soak in the majesty of Limpopo with two days in the province as part of Gate 1 Travel’s 11 Day Essential South Africa with Victoria Falls tour!

Visit the spectacular Victoria Falls on a combined tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe

Victoria falls sunset with orange sun and tourists
What would a tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe be without a visit to the glorious Victoria Falls? Visits to the renowned waterfall are on offer aplenty through Gate 1 Travel.

Have a home hosted dinner in Cape Town with South African wine and delightful conversation

May we always keep our family traditions alive
Give your clients great opportunities to make life-long memories with the 18 Day Kaleidoscope of South Africa tour.

Take a Cape Peninsula tour and visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve

See the South-Western most point of Africa and its gregarious penguins on the 14 Day Classic South Africa with Robben Island & Victoria Falls tour!

Witness the uniquely diverse ecosystem of the St Lucia Estuary on a game viewing cruise

Hippopotamus on a river
Give your clients the chance of seeing unique African wildlife on the 17 Day Classic South Africa with Robben Island & Namibia tour.

Cruise on the luxurious Zambezi Queen that offers unsurpassed game viewing on the Chobe River

Female African Elephant and its cub crossing the Chobe River in the Chobe National Park with tourist boats on the background
Take to the rivers and see some amazing sights, with two nights in Chobe, on the 16 Day Classic South Africa with Victoria Falls & Botswana tour!

Visit the former home of Nelson Mandela in the metropolitan township of Soweto

Old Lady selling African Curios on sale Outside Nelson Mandela's house in Vilakazi Street Soweto
For all the details on Gate 1 Travel’s tours visiting the heritage town of Soweto and Mandela House, click here.

For more information on Gate 1’s tours of South Africa, click here.

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