Contrast exciting Cape Town with a week on the south coast of Mauritius

Tuesday 3 February 2015

Experience two wonderful destinations in one incredible new holiday by spending five days in Cape Town before flying to Mauritius for seven nights on the ultimate tropical island.

Contrast exciting Cape Town with a week on the south coast of Mauritius

Cape Town

The 'Mother City' Cape Town is a wonderful introduction to South Africa. Stay at the Protea Hotel President on a half-board basis with free wine and beer with dinner. The hotel is close to the Atlantic shore so guests can stroll along the lively Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, have lunch in one of the many restaurants or look out for Cape fur seals lazing along the quaysides. There are fascinating museums and top vineyards to explore, plus the world-class botanical gardens at Kirstenbosch, showcasing South Africa's unique plant-life.

Bel Ombre

On the south coast of Mauritius, the all-inclusive Tamassa Resort is the perfect place to relax and recharge. The modern hotel, set beside a palm-lined white sand beach, is ideal for swimming in the warm, welcoming waters of the Indian Ocean. Guests enjoy free use of the spa pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room as well as the four swimming pools.

Take a sunset cruise, join a catamaran adventure or go on an amazing underwalk on the seabed at Trou aux Biches to appreciate everything this true paradise island has to offer.

14 nights from £2399, departing London Heathrow to Cape Town from April to November 2015

Price includes VIP door-to-door chauffeur service, return flights and transfers, airport taxes, welcome drink and cocktail party, half-board accommodation in Cape Town and all-inclusive accommodation in Mauritius with free 13-hour bar, porterage, fruit and water in room on arrival, tourist visa, travel insurance and cancellation cover.  Additional £40 discount available if passengers provide their own travel insurance.  Two nights aboard an aircraft.

For details call free on 0800 414 383 or visit

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