Mr Richard Nurse, our longstanding Sports Tours Director (and native South African!) whom many of you will already know, will be accompanying you on this South Africa cricket tour as well as celebrity Tour Host, Derek Randall.
Our Centurion Test Match Tour will be complemented by our popular State of Play evening, a morning tour of Soweto and a magical Christmas Day in the South African sunshine!
As you can see from our carefully crafted itinerary, we have the first-hand experience to arrange a cricket tour that makes the most of your time here, as well as allowing that all-important downtime for relaxation too!
This contemporary hotel offers a sleek experience located in the Melrose Arch precinct. There are numerous retail and leisure activities available, and the hotel makes a great base for exploring the city. For scrumptious African-inspired fare head to the hotel’s March restaurant, then after your meal, recline in the Library Bar with a cognac. The hotel is just a 25 minute drive from Supersport Park stadium so is perfect when watching England in South Africa.
Premium tickets are guaranteed. The price for tickets is not included and will be passed on at cost once prices are known.
Being on a cricket holiday in South Africa also means visiting some of the continent's most interesting destinations. Johannesburg, the New York of Africa, bursts at the seams with a wealth of art, history and culture. From the inner-city walking tours’ street art and graffiti, to the re-invented university suburbs, the rejuvenation exposes a vibrant urban life. Braamfontein’s Constitution Hill, art galleries, designer boutiques and restaurants are an example of this regeneration.
It is here that the continent can express itself and the results are funky, a little offbeat and totally captivating.
Upmarket Sandton, Rosebank and Melrose are meccas for shopping and restaurants. Soweto, once home to South Africa’s most well-loved legend, is an essential part of any visit to Johannesburg. Additional attractions include the De Wildt Cheetah Rehabilitation Centre and the gold and diamond mines on which Johannesburg was founded. Of huge archaeological interest is The Maropeng cradle of humankind world heritage site.
N.B. The price of the tickets for 1st Test in Centurion will not be included. These will be charged once prices are available.
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