Wine & Food Tours
Indulge in the eclectic cuisine on offer in Southern Africa perfectly paired with some fabulous wines.
Wine & Food Tours
Immerse yourself in the culinary and wine travel experiences on offer in South Africa by choosing from our eclectic range of exciting culinary tours.
Wine & Food Tours
Something more than just a traditional wine tastings.
Wine & Food Tours
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Wine & Food Tours

Enjoy world-class wines and fabulous cuisine in the green valleys of the Cape Winelands or other iconic African destinations.

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Experience the best of South African wine and food:

Wine and Food Tours

Wine and Food Tours in South Africa are becoming increasingly popular as more and more wine estates offer something more than just a traditional wine tasting to lure guests.
Not only this, but international trends demand wine and food tourism to offer “out of the box” experiences as almost everyone with a mobile device are able to comment on positive developments and events at wine estates – something that can’t be ignored by wine estates across the world.

The Western Cape Province of South Africa, with Cape Town as its beautiful capital, is without doubt the Gourmet Capital of Africa.
Our mouth-watering range of wine and food tours are carefully designed to offer value for money gourmet experiences to everyone visiting the Cape Winelands.
Add to this our specialised wine and gourmet tourism tour guides – all educated by the Cape Wine Academy and who will soon embark on WSET studies – and you have a successful recipe for a great day of wine and food tastings.

The company, Wine and Food Tours, was founded in the year 2000 (also trade under the name La Rochelle Tours) and our dedicated wine tour guides have many years of experience within the South African wine tourism and travel industry.
Some of you might know the team (together for 18 years in the year 2018) – Danelle Barnard (the boss lady), Aylmer Manko, Francois Botha, Grinnet Mafu and Johan Barnard.
We are SO dedicated that we even go as far as to “taste lots of new vintages for you in our off-season” – to make sure we are up-to-date with everything happening in the wine industry.
We operate our own fleet of vehicles and all the wine tour guides and drivers are fully trained, registered and qualified. Al the vehicles at Wine and Food Tours carry legal and up to date permits, operating licences and are always clean, tidy and undamaged.
Our specialised wine and food tourism tour guides are all educated by the Cape Wine Academy (as mentioned above).

The friendly team at Wine and Food Tours specialises in wine and gourmet travel.
Your wine and gourmet tour to the Cape Winelands of South Africa will be an absolute delight in our capable hands.
We have a unique and interesting list of wine and food tours to choose from, but we will be happy to also tailor-make your travel arrangements to South Africa for you to suit YOUR budget and YOUR unique requirements.
For our corporate clients we can put together team building packages or incentive programmes that will bring everyone together and raise morale.
What about baking bread, make your own pizza, blend your own wine or even a cooking course?

Some of our very interesting GUIDED wine and food tours include the following:

• Half Day Chocolate, Cheese and Wine Tour
• Full Day Chocolate, Cheese, Biltong and Wine Tour
• Half Day Mystery Tour
• Full Day Mystery Tour
• Half Day Mini-Gourmet Tour
• Full Day Gourmet Delights Tour
• Half Day Methode Cap Classique (Champagne) Tour
• Constantia Valley Private Tour
• Helderberg Region Private Tour
• Durbanville Region Private Tour
• Franschhoek Valley Private Tour
• Stellenbosch Region Private Tour
• Paarl Vintners Private Tour
• Hermanus / Whale Route Private Tour (May to September only)

We also offer some very interesting NON-GUIDED experiences.
Please DON’T be put off by the word non-guided as these services are still specialised and jam-packed with information as soon as you reach the wine estates.

• Stellenbosch Tasting Experience (Half Day Only)
• Franschhoek Tasting Experience (Half Day Only)
• The Franschhoek Experience
• The Ultimate Bubbly Tour
• Property Service
• Wedding Venue Service
The Western Cape Province is one of the most beautiful wine and food regions of the world.
Most of our day tours (group or private) visit the wine growing regions of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.
However, you are welcome to spend a whole day in only one area (on a private tour basis) where you can explore all the wines, food, galleries and other hidden gems of that area.
Below is a short description on each wine area – perhaps this can assist you in choosing the right private tour.

Franschhoek Wine and Food Route

The Franschhoek Wine and Food Route has been known as the Gourmet Capital of South Africa for many years due to all the amazing restaurants and wine estates in the area.
Add to this the absolute natural beauty of this valley and you can understand why guests flock to this area during the whole year.
Franschhoek Wine Route spans a relatively small area and many of the 50 or so estates can be reached within a radius of 5km’s to 10km’s (some are a bit further).
The beautiful valley of Franschhoek is surrounded by mountains on 3 sides which offers spectacular views.
Here in Franschhoek breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world-class cuisine and the finest wines all combine to create lasting memories.
Wine Estates which stands out in the Franschhoek Wine and Food Region include to name but a few Rupert & Rothschild, Boschendal, La Motte, Anthonij Rupert, Terra del Capo, Lynx, Moreson, Holden Manz, Chamonix, Maison, Grande Provence, Dieu Donne, Franschhoek Cellars, Colmant, La Petite Ferme, Leopard’s Leap, La Bri, Boekenhoutskloof, Le Lude, Rickety Bridge, Haut Espoir and Franschhoek Pass Winery.
Franschhoek is also very well known for its wine and food festivals which include the Bastille Festival, the Summer Wines Festival, Winter Wines Festival, the annual Champagne Festival and also Franschhoek Uncorked Festival.

Stellenbosch Wine and Food Route

Stellenbosch Wine and Food Route is the oldest established wine route in South Africa and with more than 300 wine estates in the greater Stellenbosch wine area each visitor to this vibrant town has lots to look forward to.
When the Stellenbosch Wine Route was established in 1971 many people viewed this as the start of wine tourism in South Africa.
Not only did it herald the first co-operative venture between a corporate entity and a wine region, but it also enabled a specific wine region to approach the whole topic of wine tourism on a level that had until then not been seen in the South African wine industry.
Stellenbosch is only 45 minutes from Cape Town by car, so the wine and food areas are easily accessible to everyone visiting the Western Cape Region.
The town of Stellenbosch, which lies at the heart of the winemaking area, is a gorgeous, historical university town with some of the best preserved Victorian and Georgian buildings along Dorp Street, itself a National Monument.
Its oak-lined streets are home to a number of excellent restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and galleries.
The University of Stellenbosch is the only one in South Africa with a Viticultural and Oenological department and Stellenbosch is home to one of the most modern experimental wineries in the world.
Wine Estates which stands out in the Stellenbosch Wine Region include, to name but a few, Oldenburg, Zorgvliet, Camberley, Clouds, Tokara, Delaire Graff, Neil Ellis, Lanzerac, Stark Conde, Boschkloof, Kanonkop, Uitkyk, Warwick, Muratie, Delheim, Morgenhof, Glenelly, Rustenburg, Rainbow’s End, Uva Mira, Hidden Valley, Ernie Els, Rust en Vrede, Dombeya, Annandale, Bilton, Alto, Waterford, Dornier, Cavalli, Stellenbosch Vineyards, Spier, De Morgenzon, Jordan, Super Single Vineyards, Van Rhyn’s, Neethlingshof, Asara, Middelvlei, Villiera, Clos Malverne, Kaapzicht and Stellenrust.

Paarl Wine and Food Route

Paarl Wine and Food Route is one of South-Africa’s most famous wine-producing areas and is located only 1 hour inland from Cape Town.
The Paarl Wine Route, renowned for its rich, full-bodied, spicy red and crisp white wines, is the second oldest in the country after Stellenbosch.
The area is best known of the quality of its Shiraz, the climate in particular favouring this varietal. Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinotage, Viognier and Mourvedre are increasingly well regarded. The town of Paarl is bordered on the east by the Boland Mountains and on the west by the imposing Paarl Rock.
Paarl Rock is the second biggest granite outcrop in the world after Aires Rock in Australia and is also home to the magnificent Afrikaans Language Monument.
On a clear day it is possible to see Table Mountain in Cape Town from the top of Paarl Rock.
The vineyards of the Paarl Wine Region are found on the lower slopes of Paarl Rock, on the northern side of Simonsberg Mountain and in the valley of the Berg River.
Wine Estates which stands out in the Paarl Wine Region include Spice Route, Fairview Wine Estate, Laborie, KWV, Nederburg Estate, Boland Kelder, Calais Wine Estate, Druk my Niet Wines, Freedom Hill Vineyards, Landskroon Wines, Mellasat Wines, Olsen Private Vineyards, Perdeberg Winery, Rhebokskloof Wine Estate, Ridgeback Wine Farm, Under Oaks, Vendome, Windmeul Kelder and Zandwijk Wines.

Helderberg Wine and Food Route

The Helderberg Wine and Food Route comprises the town of Somerset-West, Strand and Gordon’s Bay.
The vines lie on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains and combine the influences of both a mountain and maritime climate, producing some very unique wines.
The 30+ members of the Helderberg Wine Route follow distinctly different methods of growing grapes, from a 500 year old historical cellar to state of the art boutique wineries and visiting the wide range of family-owned estates and grand manor houses.
Some of the Helderberg Wine Estates offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
You will also find very good restaurant for wine and food pairings in this wine region.
Somerset-West and Strand is only 20 minutes from the Cape Town International Airport which makes this very convenient for anyone wishing to visit.
Wine estates which stands out in the Helderberg Wine Region include Idiom Wine Estate, Lithos, Journey’s End, Waterkloof Wine Estate, Flagstone, Morgenster Wine and Olive Estate, Vergelegen Wines, Lourensford Estate, Croydon, Miravel, Kings Kloof, Wedderwil and Yonder Hill.

Constantia Wine and Food Route

Within the Constantia Wine and Food Route you will find the oldest wine estate in South Africa. Simon van der Stel founded Constantia’s first wine farm, Groot Constantia, in 1685.
The Constantia Wine Valley is very small compared to other wine regions, but here you will find some of the most spectacular wine experiences in the world which offers a unique blend of centuries-old established wine homesteads and new style boutique wineries in a setting of unsurpassed beauty and heritage.
The added bonus is that the Constantia Wine Route is less than 30 minutes’ drive from Cape Town. Wine estates which stands out in the Constantia Wine Region includes Steenberg Vineyards, Groot Constantia, Constantia Uitsig, Constantia Glen, Klein Constantia, Eagle’s Nest, Buitenverwachting, Beau Constantia, Silvermist Estate, High Constantia, etc.
Constantia falls under the new “Wines of Origin Cape Town” district.

Durbanville Wine and Food Route

The Durbanville Wine and Food Region falls under the new Wines of Origin Cape Town district.
Durbanville Wine Valley is a mere 20 minutes’ drive from the heart of Cape Town.
This lovely wine and food region is fast becoming Cape Town’s destination of choice for wine tours with its scenic vineyards, award-winning wines and friendly atmosphere.
Each winery has its own charm and expresses timeless country elegance through the collection of wines they produce and the culinary experiences they have on offer.
Warm hospitality, personal experiences and rich detail keep visitors returning throughout the year to the valley.
Wine estates which stand out in the Durbanville Wine Region include Altydgedacht, Bloemendal, D’Aria, Diemersdal Estate, De Grendel Estate, Durbanville Hills, Hillcrest, Klein Roosboom, Meerendal, Nitida Estate, Phizante Kraal and Signal Gun.

Hemel-en-Aarde Wine and Food Route (Hermanus)

The Hermanus Wine and Food Route (also known as the Hemel-en-Aarde Wine Valley), is known for its lush Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines.
Hermanus is also known as the land-based whale watching capital of the world and a visit between the months of May to September will ensure great whale sightings.
It is worth mentioning that it is well worth staying in this wine area for at least 2 nights due to all the magnificent wine and food activities as well as the farmer’s markets (especially on weekends).
Most of the Hermanus wine estates offer wine and food tours and pairings of some sort.
Wine estates which stands out in the Hemel-en-Aarde Wine Valley include Ataraxia, Bouchard Finlayson, Creation Wines, Domaine Des Dieux, Hamilton Russell, Hermanuspietersfontein, La Vierge, Newton Johnson, Southern Right, Sumaridge Wine Estate, Whalehaven, Spookfontein, Ashbourne, Benguela Cove and Mount Babylon.

Further afield, and NOT within Day Tour range, we can recommend one of the following delightful wine regions while you travel through South Africa.

Robertson Wine and Food Route

The Robertson Wine and Food Valley association was formed in 1983 to cohesively improve the local wine industry, promote the valley as a tourism destination and uplift the community.
Today, there are more than 50 wine estates within the greater Robertson Wine and Food Route. These wine estates also include wines from the Ashton, Bonnievale and McGregor wine growing regions.
Robertson Wine Valley is situated 2 hours scenic drive from Cape Town on the renowned Route 62 and nestled between the majestic Langeberg and Riviersonderend mountain ranges with the graceful Breede River running through the valley.
Our members are united in our passion to create the most memorable wine and food tourism experiences hosted by our unique, authentic country-charm hospitality.
Robertson is well-known for their love of wine and food festivals which, amongst others, include the Wacky Wine Weekend, Slow Food and Wine Festival, Hands-On Harvest Festival as well as the Wine on the Rover Festival.
Wine estates which stands out in the Robertson Wine Valley include Prevoir Wines, Koningsrivier, Wandsbeck Wines, Weltevrede Wine Estate, Robertson Winery, Langverwacht Winery, Kranskop, Jan Harmsgat, Kleinhoekkloof Wines, Springfield Wine Estate, De Wetshof Estate, Le Grand Chasseur Estate, Fraai Uitzicht, Arendsig Estate, Excelsior Wine Estate, Windfall Wine Farm, Exdiem Wine and Olives, Klue Wines, Lord’s Wines, Goedverwacht Wine Estate, Le Roux and Fourie Vignerons, Viljoensdrift Fine Wines, Quando Vineyards, Zandvliet Wine Estate, Graham Beck Wines, McGregor Winery, Bonnievale Wines, Mont Blois Wine Estate, Mimosa Wines, Ashton Winery, Rivergold Wine Estate, Bon Courage, Rietvallei Wine Estate, Rooiberg Winery, Esona Boutique Winery, Bushmanspad Estate, Tanagra Winery and Distillery, Bemind Wyne, Paul Rene MCC, Van Loveren Estates, Major’s Hill Winery, Du Von Winery, Bon Cap and Wolfkloof.

Elgin Wine and Food Route

The Elgin Wine and Food Route is the most up and coming and most talked about wine region in South Africa.
The Elgin Wine Valley is home to probably the best cool climate wines in the country.
This is helped by the fact that Elgin sits on at least 350 meters above sea level.
In terms of rainfall and cloud cover, Elgin comes up tops of all wine regions in South Africa.
This is also ideal for a weekend getaway as Cape Town sits only 1 hour away on the N2 highway.
The Elgin Wine Route is famous for warm hospitality and very friendly people who will always welcome you with a glass (or two) of wine.
Wine estates worth a mention in this area include Almenkerk Wines, Arumdale, Belfield, Charles Fox MCC, Elgin Ridge Estate, Elgin Vintners, Hannay, Highlands Road Estate, Iona Wines, Lothian Vineyards, Oak Valley Estate, Oneiric, Paul Cluver Estate, Paul Wallace, Shannon, South Hill, Thandi and Richard Kershaw Wines.

Stanford Wine and Food Route

The beautiful Stanford Wine Route is only 25 minutes’ drive from Hermanus, one of the most popular holiday destinations in South Africa.
From vineyards set on sandy dunes, rocky mountain slopes and fertile lands, wine makers are producing top quality wines that are winning awards and accolades among those in the know.
The Stanford Wine Route was officially launched in October 2015 to the delight of the media and world of wine.
When you visit the Stanford route you won’t only find wines – some of South Africa’s best gins are distilled here and you will also find beer breweries and grappa distilleries here.
The Stanford Wine Valley meanders through breath-taking open countryside and a warm welcome awaits you at the beautiful tasting room and cellars.
Many of the farms offer delicious lunches and picnics in tranquil settings.
Wine Estates worth a mention on the Stanford Wine Valley Route include Sir Robert Stanford Estate, Springfontein Wine Estate, Welgesind, Misty Mountains Estate, Birkenhead Brewery, Walker Bay Winery, Raka Wines, Stanford Hills Estate, Vaalvlei Wine Estate, Boschrivier Estate, Lomond Wine Estate and Inverroche Gin.

Plettenberg Bay Wine and Food Route

More known as a premier seaside holiday destination, the recently launched Plettenberg Bay Wine and Food Route is fast becoming a “must visit” wine destination on the famous Garden Route of South Africa.
The Plettenberg Bay winelands is a unique wine and bubbly centred experience.
The very first grapes was planted in 2001 on the Bramon Wine Estate making the Plett Wine Route the youngest wine route in South Africa.
Varietals such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc thrive in the cooler climate wine region.
Currently there are only 16 wine estates that make up the Plettenberg Bay Wine Route and they include Andersons Wines, Bramon Wine Estate, Plettenvale Wines, Luka Wines, Packwood Wine Estate, Newstead-Lund Family Vineyards, Redford Lane Wines, Lodestone Wine and Olives, Kay & Monty Vineyards, That Wine, Bitou Vineyards, Olof, Nooitgedacht, Fijnbosch Wine Estate, Gilbrook, Lombard and Somca.
Plettenberg Bay is only 30 minutes’ drive from the beautiful town of Knysna on the Garden Route.

Swartland Wine and Food Route

The Swartland Wine and Food Route consists of the villages of Malmesbury, Piketberg, Porterville, Riebeek Kasteel and Riebeek West.
Sweeping wheat fields – golden in summer, mint-green in winter – are punctuated by azure dams on working farms, and sheep and cattle dot the landscape.
Huge swathes of natural vegetation burst with fynbos plants – proteas, restios and Ericas – and the rich resident birdlife is complemented in spring by migrants.
In this little Mediterranean corner of the world, fruit orchards abound, vineyards carpet the slopes and olive groves nestle around unexpected corners.
The Swartland Wine and Food Tour Route is close enough to get to – yet it is the perfect place to just get away from it all.
Only one hour from Cape Town, the Swartland Wine and Olive Region, established in 1986, offers visitors the kind of country comfort and hospitality that quickly sweeps away the stress of city living.
Each wine and food producer on this wine route offers guests a uniquely different experience.
Smaller wineries present intimate wine tastings in rustic cellars, while family concerns dating back generations will welcome visitors with the customary Swartland warmth and cheer.
Local foodies agree that this is an area not to be missed.
Small owner / chef-run eateries, cosy coffee shops and larger-scale restaurants offer a huge range and variety of delicious meals.
Regular farmers’ and street markets bring out the locals in their droves and here you can buy anything from home-grown veggies in season to free-range eggs and poultry, homemade cakes and savoury dishes.
This is truly a gourmet heaven and the ideal place to join a wine and food tour.
Wine estates worth a mention in the Swartland Wine Route include Allesverloren Estate, Babylon’s Peak, AA Badenhorst Family Wines, Bryan MacRobert Wines, David & Nadia, Dragonridge Wines, Het Vlock Casteel, Hofstraat Kelder, Hughes Family Wines, Intellego Wines, Kloovenburg Vineyards, Lammershoek, Morelig Vineyards, Mullineax & Leeu, Olive Boutique, Org de Rac, Porseleinberg, Pulpit Rock, Riebeek Cellars, Swartland Winery, Testalonga, Sadie Family Wines and Winkelshoek.

Tulbagh Wine and Food Route

The Tulbagh Wine and Food Route has always been celebrated for the beauty of its setting and the historical significance of its town.
In more recent times, wine has moved centre stage and visitors to the valley can now enjoy a wide range of wine and food from the various estates and private cellars.
Wine estates from the Tulbagh Wine Region have received a string of national and international awards including Diners Club Wine Maker of the Year, a healthy spread of gold and double-gold Veritas Awards and numerous others.
Tulbagh Wine Route has always been innovative in its approach to wine making, with Twee Jonge Gezellen being the first estate to introduce night harvesting in South Africa, a concept now employed by many producers throughout the Cape Winelands.
The secluded Tulbagh Valley is surrounded on three sides by the Groot Winterhoek, Witzenberg and Obiqua Mountains.
The town of Tulbagh boasts 32 provincial monuments on one street and the surrounding vineyards grow alongside orchards and fields of wheat.
The wine route is dotted with graceful old estates, new vineyards, lovely architecture and boutique wineries.
Wine estates worth a mention on the Tulbagh Wine and Food Route includes Tulbagh Winery, Montpellier, Saronsberg, Manley Wine Lodge, House of Krone, Rijk’s Private Cellar, Lemberg Wine Estate, Waverley Hills, Blue Crane Vineyards, Theuniskraal, Schalkenbosch, Drostdy Hof, De Heuwel Estate, Morgansvlei Wine Estate, Paddagang, Linde Wines.

Wellington Wine and Food Route

The picturesque Wellington Wine and Food Route is a scenic 45-minute drive from Cape Town and 15-minute drive from Paarl.
Wellington’s agricultural economy is centred on its award-winning wines, table grapes, deciduous fruit and fine brandy.
Wellington is also home to South Africa’s sole whisky producer – Bain’s.
The region is renowned for beautiful Cape Dutch homesteads, picturesque environment, gardens and wineries.
The historic Bain’s Kloof Pass, with unsurpassed vistas, indigenous flora and fauna and crystal-clear streams and rivers, is the perfect spot for hikers and fly-fisherman.
Historically, more French Huguenots settled here than anywhere else in the Cape and the valley was formerly known as Val du Charron.
Wellington boasts two leather factories producing hand-crafted, quality leather products and variety of locally produced arts and crafts.
Wine estates worth a mention in the Wellington Wine Route include Jacaranda Wine and Guest Farm, Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate, Bosman Family Wines, Andreas Wines, Doolhof Wine Estate, Douglas Green Bellingham, Dunstone Wines, Imbuko Wines, Jacques Smit Wines, Linton Park Wines, Malan de Versailles, Upland Organic Estate, Welbedacht and Welvanpas Family Wines.

Worcester Wine and Food Route

The Worcester Wine and Food Route is quite small with only 12 cellars and one olive estate on the official wine route.
Unique experiences awaits any lover of wine and food connoisseur.
Known for its excellent value for money wines and olive products, the Worcester wine producers boasts international and local wine awards of distinction.
The best way to experience the Worcester Wine and Olive Route is to stay over at one of our beautiful guest houses.
Relax with a sumptuous picnic basket or enjoy a traditional meal at the restaurants, deli and bistro on the route.
Wineries worth a mention on the Worcester Wine Route include Aan de Doorns, Conradie / Penhill Artisinal Wines, Leipzig, Alvi’s Drift, Cilmor Winery, Willow Creek, Nuy Valley Wines, De Wet Cellar, BC Wines, Botha Cellars, Stettyn Family Wines, Eagle’s Cliff, De Doorns Cellar and Overhex Winery.

Safari Lodges

The friendly team at Wine and Food Tours can also assist you in planning and booking your Big 5 Safari to South Africa – often at better rates due to our buying power. We can assist you in booking some of the following safari lodges around South Africa.

Garden Route Safari Lodges

Sanbona Safari Lodge, Botlierskop Private Game Reserve, Garden Route Game Lodge, Gondwana Private Safari Lodge, Ulubisi House, Chandelier Game Lodge, Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve, Buffelsdrift Game Lodge, Madi-Madi Karoo Safari Lodge, Emily Moon River Lodge, Trogon House and Forest Spa, Gorah Elephant Camp.

Eastern Cape Province Safari Lodge

Amakhala Woodbury Lodge, Camp Figtree, Amakhala Quatermain’s Camp, Kuzuko Lodge, Pumba Safari Lodge, Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve, Zandibela Private Game Lodge, Hlosi Game Lodge, Bukela Lodge, Hopewell Lodge, Long Hope Villa, Shamwari Safari Lodges, Bayete Tented Camp, River Bend Lodge, Riverdene Family Lodge, Long Lee Manor at Shamwari, Kichaka Luxury Game Lodge, Explorer Camp at Shamwari Lodge, Hitgeheim Country Lodge, Shamwari Eagles Crag, Kariega River Lodge, Samara Karoo Lodge, Hillsnek Safaris, Settlers Drift Lodge, Gorah Elephant Camp, Safari Lodge at Amakhala, Kwandwe Game Reserve, Addo Elephant Safari Lodge.

Kwazulu-Natal Safari Lodges

Thula Thula Private Game Lodge, Three Tree Hill Lodge, Bushwillow Collection, Fugitives Drift Lodge, Isibindi Zulu Lodge, Hluhluwe River Lodge, Ingudlane Lodge, Mkuze Falls Lodge, Zululand Lodge, Bonamanzi Game Park, Rhino River Lodge, Ubizane Wildlife Reserve, Pakamisa Private Game Reserve, Jacana Lodge, Duma Manzi Eco Lodge and Spa, Qambathi Mountain Lodge, Springbok Lodge, Nambiti Plains Private Game Lodge, Izungla Lodge, Amakhosi Safari Lodge, Shayamoya Tiger Fishing Lodge, Wild Horses Lodge, Elephant Rock Private Safari Lodge, Kosi Forest Lodge, Leopard Walk Lodge, Sani Valley Lodge, Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge, Rorke’s Drift Lodge, Kwaggashoek Game Lodge, Thornwood, Royal Thonga Safari Lodge, Gwahumbe Game Lodge and Spa, Falaza Game Park and Spa, Leopard Mountain Game Lodge, The Gorge Private Game Lodge and Spa, Tala Game Reserve, Cheetah Ridge Lodge, Cleopatra Mountain House, Lions Valley Lodge, Nambiti Plains Lodge, Phinda Forest Lodge, Phinda Mountain Lodge, Phinda Rock Lodge, Phinda Vlei Lodge, Phinda Zuka Lodge, Rocktail Camp, Thonga Beach Lodge

Pilanesberg Safari Lodges

Bakubung Bush Lodge, Black Rhino Game Lodge, Buffalo Thorn Lodge, Ivory Tree Game Lodge, Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge, Morokolo Game Lodge, Shepherds Tree Game Lodge, Tambuti Private Lodge, Tshukudu Bush Lodge, Sun City Hotel, Sun City Cabanas, Sun City Cascades, The Palace of the Lost City.

Madikwe Game Reserve Safari Lodges

Buffalo Ridge Safari Lodge, Impodimo Game Lodge, Jaci’s Lodges, Jamala Madikwe Royal Lodge, Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve, Madikwe River Lodge, Madikwe Safari Lodge, Makanyane Safari Lodge, Mateye Safari Lodge, Morukuru Family Lodge, Mosetlha Bush Lodge, Motswiri Private Safari Lodge, Rhulani Safari Lodge, Royal Madikwe Lodge, Tau Game Lodge, Thakadu River Camp, The Bush House, Tuningi Safari Lodge.

Welgevonden Private Game Reserve Safari Lodges

Camp Ndlovu, Clifftop Safari Lodge, Ekuthuleni Lodge, Fifty Seven Waterberg, iBhubesi Private Lodge, Izingwe Lodge, Jamila Game Lodge, Kololo Game Reserve, Makweti Safari Lodge, Matingwe Lodge, Metsi Lodge, Mhondoro Game Lodge, Nedile Lodge, Nungubane Game Lodge, Pitse Lodge, Sekala Private Lodge, Shidzidzi Game Lodge, Shibula Bush Lodge and Spa, Tshwene Lodge, Wild Ivory Eco Lodge, Clearwater Kudu Lodge, Sediba Game Lodge.

Kruger National Park Safari Lodges

Chitwa Chitwa Lodge, Ulusaba Safari Lodge, Ulusaba Rock Lodge, Notten’s Bush Camp, Grand Kruger Lodge, Londolozi Private Granite Suites, Londolozi Founders Camp, Londolozi Pioneer Camp, Londolozi Tree Camp, Singita Boulders Lodge, Lion Sands Ivory Lodge, Londolozi Varty Camp, Ulusaba Cliff Lodge, Lion Sands River Lodge, Lion Sands Tinga Lodge, Lion Sands Narina Lodge, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, Sabi Sabi Selati Lodge, Sabi Sabi Little Bush Lodge, Singita Ebony Lodge, Dulini River Lodge, Dulini Lodge, Leadwood Lodge, Elephant Plains Lodge, Arathusa Safari Lodge, Leopard Hills Lodge, AndBeyond Kirkman’s Camp, Nkorho Bush Lodge, Savanna Game Lodge, Idube Game Lodge, Inyati Safari Lodge, Djuma Galago Camp, Djuma Vuyatela Lodge, Cheetah Plains Lodge, Umkumbe Safari Lodge, Mala Mala Main Camp, Mala Mala Sable Camp, Rattray’s on Mala Mala, Simbambili Game Lodge, Timbavati Safari Lodges, Kings Camp Private Safari Lodge, Kambaku Lodge, Masungulo Lodge, Makanyi Private Game Lodge, Umlani Bushcamp, Shindzela Tented Camp, Simbavati River Lodge, Tanda Tula Safari Camp, Kapama River Lodge, Kapama Buffalo Camp, Kapama Karula Lodge, Kapama Southern Camp, Camp Jabulani, Zindoga Villa, The Outpost, Jock Safari Lodge, Singita Lebombo Camp, Royal Malewane Safari Lodge, Thornybush Shumbalala Lodge, Chapunga Luxury Tented Camp, Serondella Lodge, Thornybush Main Lodge, Jackalberry Lodge, Nkelanga Tented Camp, Tangala Authentic Safari Camp, Thornybush N’Kaya Lodge, Thornybush Game Lodge, Thornybush Waterside Lodge, Garonga Safari Camp, Makalali Private Game Lodge, Tintswalo Safari Lodge, Tintswalo Manor House Safari Lodge, Honeyguide Khoka Moya, Honeyguide Mantobeni, Pondoro Game Lodge, Makumu Game Lodge, Klaserie Sands River Camp, nThambo Tree Camp, Gomo Gomo Game Lodge, Africa on Foot Camp, Xanatseni Private Camp, Baobab Ridge, Senalala Luxury Safari Camp, Saragossa Game Lodge, Garonga Safari Lodge, Summerfields Lodge and Spa, Chisomo Safari Camp, Shiduli Private Game Lodge, Timamoon.