About Us - African Chapter Tours (Pty)Ltd


African safari vacation

African Chapter Tours are a web-based tour operator located in Gauteng, focusing on service and quality experiences with a strong ethical appeal in travel which our team of ladies’ effectively incorporate “sensationally” into your book of life!

African Chapter offers a variety of products with exceptional and unique eco experiences as well as educational heritage and cultural tours to enthrall all ages. We update our online information daily and have a variety of special offers and new products to offer, adding great adventure and fun to an itinerary, ensuring you get the best of what is on offer out there.

Our specialty is our portfolio of wildlife destinations and associated outdoor activities, varying from self catering establishments to fully inclusive packages to the trendy travel spots. Our adventure zone is also affording of diversity, in your levels of adrenalin seeking to placid lament or celebration.

Whether it be a leisure weekend break, corporate bush conference or bosberaad, golfing and pampering spa getaways? Day Tours and excursions are on top of the agenda for those travellers with limited time to spare, but also affording of efficient and informative high quality experiences in our beautiful African surrounds.

Explore history, heritage, sightings and landscapes, right on our doorstep. From the Magliesberg Mountains to further afield, Safari destinations of Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces including The Greater Kruger National Park are within your reach. A short flight from our main cities will take you to the Cape or KwaZulu-Natal and even further abroad to our neighbouring countries, such as Botswana, Mozambique, Malawi, Zimababwe, Zambia or Namibia. Our professional team are ready and waiting to tailor-make your travel arrangements, suited to your budgets or a range of other individual interests and preferences that you have been longing to experience.

Our company highlights wildlife destinations and encounters, including a variety of special interests incorporating educational experiences in heritage and culture, or possibly move onto the more daredevil adventures in the GREAT and WILD outdoors?

Take to the skies in hot air balloons, discover the world of a wild Elephant interacting in controlled environments or trips to culinary events and the making thereof … to pondering on paleo-anthroplogical facts and discovering your own fossil, learning more on Arts, Ancestors and World Heritage sites of Africa! The Cradle of Human mankind and South Africa, where life began for the evolution of mankind!

We have established the resources to produce these magical journeys and experiences for you, creating sensational memories in the next chapter of your book of life!

For current packages and special offers, view our shortlist of highlighted offerings.

In addition to all of the above, we are equipped to capably handle all of your logistics, from meet and greets, transfers, car hire; even flights to make the booking process for you as simple and hassle free an experience, so all your energies are enjoyed on your travels and not your arrangements!

Our reservations office and professional team will assist you by telephone on +27 (0) 11 545 6100 or email info@africanchapter.co.za

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Contact Details

Tel: +27 11 545 6100
Fax: +27 11 805 4519
24hr line: +27 82 903 6910
Skype : african.chapter
Email: info@africanchapter.co.za

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