British & Irish Lions Midweek Breaks

SWB Sports & Events is delighted to offer absolutely unique midweek breaks as part of its offering to
clients undertaking The British & Irish Lions Tour 2021 to South Africa.

 

From the historical Battlefields of Kwa-Zulu Natal, to the spectacular haven to the Southern Right
Whale on the tip of Africa during winter months, Hermanus, SWB has some great mini breaks on offer!

 

If the bush is what tickles your fancy, how about visiting Zambia where you can take in one of the
Seven Wonders of the World - the majestic Victoria Falls, while enjoying a truly special African bush
experience at The Maramba Lodge. The world renowned, ‘Big Five’ game reserve, the Kruger
National Park is also on the agenda or alternatively, you may prefer something closer to
Johannesburg , the PIlansberg Reserve - the fourth largest national park in South Africa.

 

There’s something for everyone!

BATTLEFIELDS

25/07 - 27/07

Spend a few days at the Historical Sites of the British campaigns against the Zulu and Boers steeped in History and feel what the British were faced with by the masses of Zulu warriors completely out numbered.

From:

R9,000pp

NATAL MIDLANDS

27/07 - 29/07

Time to relax for a couple of days at the homely three star Nottingham Road Hotel(Notties. Known for its warmth and friendliness in the heart of the village of Nottingham road.

From:

R6,300pp

KWA-ZULU NATAL: MIDLANDS & DURBAN

8.07 - 12.07

Why not take a midweek break to include the Sharks vs British & Irish Lions match at Jonsson Kings Park Stadium in Durban on 10 July 2021? The Natal Midlands region of Kwa-Zulu Natal lies inland and provides a perfect stop-over en-route to the coastal mecca of Durban.

From:

R6000

KRUGER PARK

July & August

World renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that rates as one of the best in Africa. It's the size of Wales and hosts an abundance of wildlife right in the heart of the bush with stunning sunsets and sunrises.

From:

R12,600pp

ZAMBIA 

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Experience one of the seven wonders of the world...Victoria Falls and spend three nights deep in the bush of the country of Zambia. The Maramba Lodge, Livingstone sits in the heart of the elephant corridor on the Maramba river - a tributary to the great Zambezi River.

From:

R14,750pp

KARIEGA GAME RESERVE, EASTERN CAPE

Multiple dates in July

A world apart…This malaria free “Big 5” family owned and operated private game reserve is set in 10 000 hectares of pristine African wilderness incorporating the picturesque Kariega and Bushman’s Rivers, just 80 minutes from Port Elizabeth. 

From:

R4650

HERMANUS

02/08 - 05/08

Known as the riviera of the south this picturesque fishing village set in the heart of the Hemel en Arde Valley. Just ninety minutes from Cape Town along the beautiful coastal road. Come experience some of the best wine in the Western Cape while watching the whales enjoy the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.

From:

R6,300pp

PILANSBURG

July & August

The fourth largest national park in South Africa situated two hours from Johannesburg between the Kalahari and the Lowveld. This vast area promises big five game viewing in a malaria free environment. Day trips and overnight available

From:

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PRE-MATCH

ROOFTOP DRINKS

07/08

Stunning roof top experience with views across the city of gold, Johannesburg. Just a 10 minute walk to Emirates Park Stadium. Pre-match drinks and lunch with live African entertainment as well as guest speakers

From:

R3750

PRE-MATCH CLUB LUNCHES

23/07

Pirates Rugby Club is the oldest club in South Africa founded in 1888 by a group of miners from Penzance Cornwell during the gold rush. Sportsman's lunch with various guest speakers from both the British & Irish Lions and the Springboks.

From:

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PRE-MATCH

SOWETO LUNCH

24/07

Pe-match lunch in the heart of Soweto. African theme with local food and drinks as well as entertainment and guest speakers.

From:

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Steve Braham

Phone: +27 11 6469322

Fax: +27 11 6469147

Email: steve@sbpr.co.za

South Africa

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