Let African Angel Tours take you to the real Africa – from the trendy city centers to the bustling townships, from rural tribal communities to wildlife parks where the Big Five wonder freely, and everything in-between. We specialize in innovative tours individually tailored to your specific interest, time frames and budget. Whether you seek adventure, relaxation or rich cultural exchanges, our small team of experts are ready to turn your African dream into reality.
Select from our carefully crafted itineraries that encompass the city life, the cultural experience, exchanges and safaris.
Select any one of our destinations and explore an Africa worth remembering
Scroll though our day and Half day tours across South Africa.
Explore from day away from civilization and into the wilderness of a Safari or a tour into the cultural diversity of the different provinces in South Africa.
An exchange of vibrant cultures from all points of South Africa
Explore what makes African cities different
explore the acclaimed African Safari everyone is talking about
Visit the Cape’s famous winelands. Wining and dining in absolute tranquility. With activities such as Drive through Paarl Wine Tasting on Paarl Wine Estate and View Nelson Mandela’s former prison (Victor Vester)etc
Discover the multicultural side of Cape Town and interact with the locals. From District Six where forced removals changed the lives of many people to informal settlements where traditional healers and shebeens add to the rich culture of township life. We visit Cape Town’s townships
Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Soweto Township.
You will visit the home of former President Nelson Mandela in Orlando West, a four-room house in Soweto where he lived during the late 1950’s and early 1960’s and again immediately after his release from prison in
A full cultural experience which includes visiting the homeland of the Ndebele people, namely the homesteads of Kwandebele, and then going through the Lesedi Cultural Village.
A scenic drive to one of the most popular game reserve in the Eastern Cape, the Addo Elephant Park. Addo has the largest concentrated population of elephant in the world in one place and features the Big 7.
Enjoy and experience Port Elizabeth and its diversity in culture. Take a tour and view its variety of ‘townships’. Experience the different cultures found in Port Elizabeth and her ‘townships’.
Having worked with African Angel Tours on the biggest sporting event in the world – FIFA World Cup 2010, I am extremely grateful to Luke and his team for providing a service that was exemplary on every level. Luke’s attention to detail, organizing, planning and persona in getting all that is required completed was first class. With our first major project together under our belts, I look forward to working with African Angel Tours on many successful endeavours to come and would highly recommend their services to anyone thinking of going to South Africa.
“Luke Angel and African Angel Tours have been pivotal in our development of a 3½ month Study Abroad Programme in South Africa for students at Eastern Illinois University in the U.S. I have worked with Luke on developing the locations and identifying volunteer programmes for student internships and volunteer work. Luke’s extensive contacts with volunteer programmes focusing on sustainable community support has been perfect in developing opportunities for human services experiences for our students. We have successfully completed two programmes (2006 and 2008) and the students say that this is a “once in a lifetime experience”; that it is “life-changing”; and that the experience “sets us apart in the job market.”
“From the moment I was picked up at the Cape Town airport until the minute I left, my time spent with Luke was as enjoyable and educational as possible. I couldn’t think of a better way to experience South Africa than in Luke’s conscious, gracious and easy company. He truly lives up to his last name. Luke is one of those unique individuals: flawless in his professionalism, genuine to the core, interested and interesting. Anyone who is fortunate enough to know him would agree.”