Our Tours

In a world of automation, and replication, African Invite is a breath of fresh air.

If you crave to travel in a way that cleanses your soul and fulfils your hearts desires, African Invite provides experiences as unique as you are.

Inspired by the individuality of their clients, every tour is decidedly different and designed by selecting destinations, ensuring stimulating and inspiring experiences

When you choose African Invite, you’re not simply choosing to visit Africa, you are choosing to smell and taste Africa.

Love yourself.  Discover African Invite.

“Let me show you.

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Our Tours

Our tours are at a leisurely pace with a focus on your enjoyment, learning and relaxation.
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    Southern Peninsula Tour

    7 - 8 hours

    THEME: HISTORY, CULTURE, NATURE & COAST. R 1,550 pp. Minimum 2 persons – Duration 7 – 8 hours. Stand on the edge of the world on the most extreme south-westerly outcrop of Africa. Travel around the stunning coastal drives under…

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      Going Slowly on the Garden Route

      Nothing captures the sense of freedom the way a road trip does. This experience is the only Going Slowly tour that involves daily, or almost daily travel. However, the daily distances are short keeping the focus on experiencing several destinations…

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      Going Slowly into the Tankwa

        Going Slowly into the Karoo

        This beautifully desolate semi-desert and consists of vast mesmerising open spaces that give us a sense of awe and wonder. These are places of powerful contrasts of vividly coloured wildflowers and stark desert landscapes interspersed with dramatic rocklands graced by…

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        Cape Birds and Gardens Tour

          Cape Birds and Gardens Tour

          9 - 10 hours

          R 1,700 pp. Minimum 2 persons – Approximate Duration 9 – 10 hours. South Africa is a wonderful country for bird watching, being home to 8% of the world’s bird species. Over 610 bird species have been registered in Cape…

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          Land Based Whale watching

            Land Based Whale watching

            10 Hours round trip

            Land Based Whale watching(Seasonal. 1st June-15th December) R 3,600 pp. Minimum 2 persons – ~10 Hours round trip. Subject to availability. We drive from Stellenbosch to Hermanus via the coastal road, which follows the eastern False Bay coastline most all…

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            Cape Mountain Passes Tour

              Cape Mountain Passes Tour

              10 hours

              R 2,200 pp. Minimum 2 persons – ~10 Hours round trip Early travellers would not have had an easy time negotiating our Cape Fold Mountains. There are an estimated 490 Mountain Passes in the three Cape provinces. Each is homage…

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              West Coast National Park Tour

                West Coast National Park Tour

                8 hours

                R 2,600 pp. Minimum 2 persons. – ~ 8 Hours round trip The West Coast tour incorporates San culture, the West Coast National Park, the Langebaan Lagoon, and the dramatic Swartland vistas.  The route passes through wild fynbos and wheat…

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                  Boat Based Whale watching

                  10 Hours

                  (Seasonal.  1st June-15th December) R 3,500 pp. Minimum 2 persons – ~10 Hours round trip. Subject to availability. We drive from Stellenbosch to Hermanus via Franschhoek Pass, Caledon to Gaansbaai. At the old harbour we boar our “whale watcher” manned…

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                    Khwa ttu

                    8 Hours

                    R 1,600 pp. Minimum 2 Persons. – ~ 8 Hours round trip !!Khwa ttu, the San Education and Culture Centre, north-west of us offers a unique experience of being introduced to the world of the descendants of the first indigenous…

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                    Going Slowly Kalahari

                      Going Slowly into the Kgalagadi

                      Going Slowly into the Kgalagadi The Kgalagadi is a place of raw, unrefined beauty and one of the last arid frontiers. It is the most arid and least populated part of South Africa with almost unfathomable amounts of wide-open spaces…

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