Tours for the World provides cultural experiences to over 40 global destinations.

When travelling with A J TRAVEL under the patronage of Tours for the World you will be captivated by the cultural and traditional experiences of the African people. Don’t worry, you are in the hands of regional experts in the field having a passion to share their history and heritage of their country. Accommodations only features 4 and 5 star hotels and tours handcrafted to meet the diverse and eclectic needs of today’s travelers.

Hence, packages include admission, transportation, taxes, transfers and much more. Traveler safety is therefore top priority.

Leave The World Behind and Come with Me as We Embark On a Hassle Free Trip.!





TOUR:                                   $ 6,000.00


PAY TO GO DEPOSIT:                  $250.00                      

DEPOSIT:                                         $350.00 BDS 


FIRST PAYMENT                  $1,800.

SECOND PAYMENT              $1,800

THIRD PAYMENT                  $1,800


ALL Tours based on availability and subject to change





What Is Included?

Enjoy excursions and access to tours and locations not available on most tours. Discover exotic destinations and experience the culture in ways only Tours for the World can provide. No need to worry about tickets and admissions to parks, museums and other events. We take care of all the little things so you don’t have to. While on vacation, you get to call some of the greatest hotels in the world home. Only stay and dine in hotels/resorts and restaurants that meet our strict standards of hospitality and luxury. Doesn’t matter if it’s a quick flight, drive or ferry, or a cross-country excursion, we have you covered.

Getting from point A-Z while on your tour is well planned. We’ll make sure that all travel while with us is taken care of. 

Tour Includes:

• Meet and greet at airport
• Arrival and departure transfers
• 2 nights in Johannesburg at Garden Court Morningside or similar
• 1 night in Ohrigstad at Hannah Game Lodge or similar
• 3 nights in Hazyview at Gecko Lodge or similar
• 3 nights in Dubai at Towers Rotana or similar
• 20 meals: 9 breakfasts, 6 lunches, and 5 dinners
• Visit Apartheid Museum
• Lunch at a local shebeen in Soweto
• Visit Hector Petersen Museum
• Visit Nelson Mandela House
• Dinner at Carnivore Restaurant
• Visit Voortrekker Monument
• Visit Premier Diamond Mine
• Morning game drive in Ohrigstad
• Ride along Famous Panorama route
• Elephant Interaction
• Chimpanzee Interaction
• Full day game drive in Kruger National Park
• Traditional South African lunch
• Experience Ndebele culture
• Half Day Dubai City Tour
• Cross the Dubai Creek by “Water Taxi”
• Photo Stop at Burj el Arab
• Local taxes (except Hotel Tax in Dubai only, it will be billed directly to clients $5/night)
• Porterage at airports and hotels
• Restaurant tips
• Transport in luxury coaches with air-conditioning

Not Included:

• Flight from Johannesburg to Dubai

* A transfer fee may be assessed for alterations to packages, itineraries/tours and suggested arrival/departure dates.

UPGRADED HOTELS AVAILABLE (for an additional fee)
* All tours and entrance fees are included.
* All taxes are included and NO HIDDEN FEES
* International Airfare is not included, but we can book it for you at very competitive rates.
* A transfer fee may be assessed for alterations to packages, itineraries/tours and suggested arrival/departure dates.

* Prices are per person and based on double occupancy. All prices are expressed in US dollars. Prices for vacation packages are subject to change without notice. All travel documents are the responsibility of the passenger. A valid passport with at least 6 months validity after the date of travel is required. Travel insurance is highly recommended.


Towers Rotana

Conveniently located on Dubai’s prominent Sheikh Zayed Road, Towers Rotana boasts some stunning views of the Arabian Sea as well as easy access to all major destinations in the thriving metropolis of Dubai. Towers Rotana is situated adjacent to the Financial Center Metro Station, a mere 5 minutes drive away from Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world) and from the golden sands of the Jumeirah Beach front, and 20 minutes away from Dubai International Airport.

Towers Rotana is decorated with comfort and elegance in mind. Towers Rotana is home to Award-winning fusion fine dining restaurant Teatro, the longest bar in the Middle East Long’s Bar, Award-winning all day dining restaurant Flavours on Two and lobby bistro Wraps Café. Contemporary business facilities and 9 meeting rooms offer all the amenities needed to satisfy every one of your requirements. Towers Rotana’s recreation facilities are located on the top floor of the annex building and feature an outdoor pool with sun terrace, a state-of-the-art fitness center and guests can also relax in the steam room, sauna, jacuzzi which offers views over Jumeirah Beach.

Garden Court Morningside

Garden Court Morningside Sandton, situated in the heart of Johannesburg’s northern suburbs and close to the financial hub, is a haven of relaxation and convenience for business travelers and tourists alike.

Our Morningside hotel offers guests a selection of 150 en-suite rooms, with Georgian-themed décor. Classic and familiar, yet modern and functional, the Garden Court Morningside Sandton hotel is a perfect blend of affordable rates and business-friendly convenience.

The rooms are air conditioned and amenities include free Wi-Fi, DStv, a writing desk, in-room tea and coffee facilities and a host of others.

Hannah Game Lodge

Hannah Game Lodge is a reflection of the Africa that God created in its entire natural splendor. Here in the heart of the African bushveld our guests experience a rare sense of freedom and renewed spiritual inspiration. The lodge lies amongst the gently rolling hills of the Northern Drakensberg Escarpment. This beautiful private game reserve embraces more than 8000 hectares of malaria free, unspoiled African bushveld.

Hannah Game Lodge is a captivating tapestry of African sounds, smells and colors, where the rising sun showers the valley with shades of pink, red and orange. The lodge offers a true Bushveld experience at affordable and realistic rates. Professional, friendly and down to earth quality service characterizes this warm and peaceful getaway.

Gecko Lodge

Gecko Lodge is situated 3 Km from Hazyview in Mpumalanga, South Africa, on a 35ha Farm with Sabie River Frontage. It is the ideal base from which to explore the Kruger National Park (12km from Phabeni Gate) and the Lowveld Panorama Route including Blyde River Canyon (89km), God’s Window (50km) and Pilgrim’s Rest (54km)

This owner managed lodge has its emphasis on tranquility, comfort, quality service and good food. Gecko Lodge offers the guest an escape from modern urban living.

Visa and Passport

Your passport must be valid for at least 30 days after your intended date of departure from South Africa.

South African law requires travelers to have two fully blank visa pages. Blank “endorsement” pages are not sufficient. The blank pages must be “visa” pages. All travelers should have at least two fully blank passport visa pages upon each arrival in South Africa, including following trips to neighboring countries.

Travelers without the requisite blank visa pages in their passports will be refused entry into South Africa, fined, and returned to their point of origin at their own expense.

As a general precaution, all travelers should carry a photocopy of the photo/bio information page of their passport and keep it in a location separate from their passport.

U.S. citizen visitors to South Africa for stays of up to 90 days for tourism, short business meetings, or in transit do not require visas in advance. Visitor visas will be issued at the port of entry in South Africa. Applications to extend visitor visas may be submitted for a single 90-day extension while in South Africa and must be submitted at least 60 days prior to the expiry of the current visa. Additional extensions will not be accepted unless the visitor is in need of emergency life-saving medical treatment for longer than three months, or is an accompanying spouse or child of a holder of a business or work visa, who wishes to apply for a study or work visa.

Entry requirements

South Africa requires a valid yellow fever certificate from all foreign visitors and citizens over 1 year of age travelling from an infected area or having been in transit through infected areas.


The South African electricity supply is 220/230 volts AC 50 HZ.

Most plugs are 15 amp 3-prong or 5 amp 2-prong, with round pins. If an adaptor is called for, consider bringing one with you, although they can be purchased locally.

US-made appliances may need a transformer. (Bring an All in One adapter with you!)

Most hotel rooms have 110 volt outlets for electric shavers and appliances.


Drinking water in South Africa is safe to drink and cook with when taken from taps in urban areas. Not all tap water in rural areas is safe for consumption, so take precautions if necessary.
Tap water undergoes treatment which ensures it is free of harmful micro-organisms and contaminants. In some areas, South African drinking water is rich in minerals and may involve a bit of getting used to.

For the summers, bring clothes that are cool, light and comfortable because summer temperatures can get well into the 30 degree range in some areas.

Bring an umbrella or raincoat during summer as this is when most of the country gets its rain.

The winters are generally mild, comparing favorably with European summers.  But they do get some days when temperatures dive, especially in high-lying areas such as the Drakensberg, so be prepared with jerseys and jackets. Cape Town gets its rain during the winter season so it’s advisable to bring rain gear along.

Always bring a hat, sunglasses and sun block as the sun can be strong even in the winter months.

Walking shoes are a good idea all year-round, with warm socks in the winter.

For game viewing, a couple of neutral-toned items will be useful, but there’s no need to go overboard. A good pair of walking shoes is also advisable.


South African safety precautions are not unlike those recommended when travelling to other countries and major cities. More common sense than hard and fast measures, safety precautions in South Africa mostly require vigilance on behalf of the traveler and sound travel preparation.

Important South African safety advice includes avoiding deserted areas at night; securing valuables such as photographic equipment and wallets on your person; and leaving expensive, flashy jewelry in your hotel safe while out and about. Other safety precautions you may want to consider include:

  • Locking valuables and luggage away in the car boot while travelling (never leave handbags or cameras on car seats)
  • Being vigilant of your luggage and other belongings (never leave them unattended).
  • Storing valuables in your hotel safe.
  • Limit the amount of money you carry on your person. Also, don’t accept offers of assistance at ATMs and keep your pin numbers secure.
  • When using a credit card in restaurants, ask the waiter to bring a portable credit card machine to your table.  Report stolen or lost cards immediately.
  • In rural areas, watch out for wild or farm animals – road signage will warn you when you need to take care.
  • If you intend travelling to malaria areas, take the necessary prophylaxis before you leave home.


The currency of South Africa consists of banknotes and coin and is denoted in Rand (R) and Cents (c). It is managed by the Bank as prescribed in schedule 2 of the South African Reserve Bank Act 90 of 1989.



It is expected for diners to tip a standard 10-15 percent of the bill in both bars and restaurants. Similar to Canada, low-paid wait staff rely on gratuities as part of their income.

Our suggestions for daily tipping are the following:

Drivers: $ 2.00 to $ 5.00

Tour Guide: $ 10.00 to $ 20.00

House Keepers: $ 2.00

Porters: $ 1.00 per luggage



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