We will cater tours to suit all your needs and desires
9 Provinces in South Africa and 2 Other Countries but we cater to any other destination
We will treat you like royalty with custom and exclusive service
Tash’s African Tours know that each client has a right to individual attention.
Natasha Fourie , the founder of the company, has travelled extensively and realised that South Africa has all the wonders of the world right here in our own backyard. Growing up in a family that has always been involved in the tourism industry, from backpackers and hostels on the Wild Coast (Coffee Bay) to safaris and hunting outfits in the Eastern Cape. She has experienced it all. It’s only natural that she would then pursue her passion and spirit for adventure to travel. Not many people in the world are able to live their dreams whilst making others happy.
“ I am fortunate enough to follow my dreams. Before turning this into a career I was asked to guide a few independent tours and after receiving such good reviews I then decided to make my passion my career.”
Tash’s African Tours have found a niche in the market for personalised, custom made tours/packages. We pride ourselves on giving one on one personalised service and exclusive treatment. Each tour is tailor-made to suit each individual group’s wants and needs.
We act as your personal chauffeur, host as well as tour guide. What more could you ask for?
We carefully choose our activities according to stunning locations we visit in each Province.
We are not restricting our tours just to South Africa but on request, we can and will quote on a destination outside the borders of South Africa.
In addition to the many destinations and activities we have on offer you can also pay a visit to the famed UNESCO World Heritage Sites in South Africa.
|Fossil Hominid Sites of South Africa||The area contains various fossil sites containing traces of human occupation and evolution dating back some 3.3 million years.|
|Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape||This open savanna lies at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers. It was the heart of the Mapungubwe Kingdom until the 14th century, when the area was abandoned, leaving untouched remains of palaces and settlements.|
|Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape||This mountainous desert is communally owned and managed. It sustains the semi-nomadic pastoral livelihood of the Namaqua people, including seasonal migrations that have persisted for two millennia.|
|Robben Island||Between the 17th and 20th centuries, the island was used as a prison, including for political prisoners, a hospital for socially unacceptable groups (leper colony), and a military base.|
|Cape Floral Region Protected Areas||The site consists of eight protected areas that are among the richest in plant life worldwide, containing nearly 20% of Africa’s total flora. Its scientific value is demonstrated by the presence of fire and radiation adaptivity in plants and seed dispersal by insects.|
|iSimangaliso Wetland Park||The park features a variety of landforms, including coral reefs, long sandy beaches, coastal dunes, lake systems, swamps, and reed and papyrus wetland, caused by fluvial, marine and aeolian processes. This has resulted in an exceptional species diversity.|
|Vredefort Dome||The crater, with a diameter of 190 km (120 mi), is the largest, oldest and most deeply eroded astrobleme found on Earth, dating back more than 2 billion years.|
|uKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park||The park features soaring basaltic buttresses, incisive dramatic cutbacks, golden sandstone ramparts, rolling high-altitude grasslands, pristine steep-sided river valleys and rocky gorges.|
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