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Football tours to South Africa

Johannesburg football tours

Johannesburg, also known as the 'City of gold' as it's built on an old gold mining settlement makes

a great base for your tour and is the most visited city of Africa. The landscape is diverse from the

skyscrapers in the city centre, the world's largest man-made forest and beaches within 15 minute's

drive.

'Joburg' as the locals call it is an amazing city to visit during your tour, there's year round sunshine

(their summer (our Winter) is hot and dry, May – October being their Winter months and dry season

and possibly the best time of year to visit.

Football is the number one most popular sport in South Africa - you can be sure of a warm welcome, great match and hospitality from teams here and there are teams of all standards for opposition.

There's culture, amazing scenery, incredible wildlife and diverse nightlife with a great choice of pubs,

and live venues clubs spread all around the city – you're spoiled for choice.

Activity wise make sure you take in the sights, you can go on the open top sightseeing bus or go up

Africa's tallest building, the Hillbrow Tower for fantastic views of the city, of course a 'must do'

during your visit to South Africa is a visit to a game reserve or safari where you can see the big 5.

 

Cape Town football tours

 

Cape Town, situated in the Western Cape region of South Africa is the second most visited city of South Africa.  The scenery is truly spectacular with the modern city, amazing beaches and mountain backdrop – one of the most popular ways to see it is from a cable car ride which takes you to the summit of Table mountain.

Football is the number one most popular sport in South Africa - you can be sure of a warm welcome, great match and hospitality from teams here and there are teams of all standards for opposition.

There are lots of unique excursion options:- A cable car ride to the top of Table top mountain is high on most people's wish list (you can enjoy a cracking breakfast in the café at the top), visit the lively V&A waterfront seafront area – it's easy to find just look out for the Cape ferris wheel – there are lots of restaurants, bars, entertainment options here, enjoy a safari, visit Robben island to see the prison where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 18 years or you might enjoy a cage dive with great white sharks? 

The best nightlife are is Long street with pubs, clubs and live music venues galore – eat drink and be merry – head to Mzoli's place for lunch one day – a major tourist attraction popular with locals and tourists.