Safari and Wine: The Splendors of South Africa

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The two most important reasons to visit South Africa are safaris and the Capetown wine region. Wine Lovers Tours is offering the opportunity to combine both into the same visit next April 2015

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The 2 most important tourist attractions of South Africa are safaris and wine.

The two most important attractions for tourism in South Africa are safaris and wine. The spectacular Capetown area is one of the world's most picturesque wine regions and its bush camps are world famous.

Wine Lovers Tours announces a unique opportunity in April 2015 to combine the best of South Africa: a wine and food tour and a safari.
The wine tour starts April 17 with 2 nights in Capetown, 3 nights in Stellenbosch and 3 nights in Constantia at one of the area's leading hotels set in a vineyard.

During the 9 days there will be a balance of VIP winery visits, great culinary experiences and cultural visits.

Wine Lovers Tours is also offering an optional safari experience at one of the most reputable bush camps.

The tour is designed to showcase the finest wine areas as well as the cuisine and culture of the area. Visiting Capetown at the height of the harvest will be a special moment for any wine lover.

Vin Marottoli, President of Wine Lovers Tours, has crafted these wine tours for people who don't normally like group tours. "We try to create an atmosphere of a family or group of friends traveling together," said Marottoli. Each tour typically has over 80% repeat travelers and the 'secret' is well organized unique visits that combine wine, food and culture at an all-inclusive cost.

For more information about the 2015 wine tours offered by Wine Lovers Tours, visit

About Wine Lovers Tours
Vin Marottoli of Wine Lovers Tours has over 30 years' experience organizing and leading wine tours to the world's most popular wine destinations. Vin has a Ph.D. in French and is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian.

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