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South Africa ·September 9 - 22 2024

🇿🇦 South Africa - a Seaux & Reap Experience (SA Summer ☀️ Offering)

In a class by itself, this excursion traverses safari, the international cannabis industry, and history!



The African continent has a very big opportunity to contribute to cannabis innovations, not only in medicine, but through other sectors such as paper production, eco bricks, and plastics. At Seaux and Reap, we believe in informed consumption and carefully curated experiences that empower our guests to advocate for Cannabis Justice. This excursion is no different! We've collaborated with locals to curate a 9-day excursion encompassing Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town! A part of the vision of our collaborators is to have the sons and daughters of the Diaspora tell its story. Together, our carefully curated culturally relevant trips offer an alternative and increasingly popular form of travel. This trip is for the Cannacurious, the Cannaisseur, and all allies of the CannaFamily! Though Informed Consumption is our specialty, consumption is not a requirement to join this excursion. This is truly the penultimate South African experience! Educate yourself in South Africa! This excursion is for you if: - you love multicultural experiences, where lots of different people come together in one melting pot. South Africa has 11 national languages and 3 capital cities! - you have an appreciation for history and anthropology. South Africa has sites with some of the earliest human fossils and is in its post-apartheid era, - you love to be by the ocean, while still experiencing city life, or - you are interested in experiencing many groups of people that are fiercely protective and tied to their traditional cultures.






September 9: Depart to Johannesburg

Wheels up on this date!  Prepare to journey across "the pond" to your South Africa Excursion! We encourage guests to book their own flights to and from Johannesburg Airport (JNB), but there is an option to select at checkout so that a Seaux & Reap team member will book for you.  



September 10: Arrive in Johannesburg, South Africa

Guests are encouraged to book their flight from the States to Johannesburg arriving on September 18. You can also select the option at checkout for a Seaux & Reap team member to book your flight for you.

Upon arrival, be prepared for an all-inclusive trek that you will never forget!   Land, grab your luggage, and leave the rest to us!



September 11-14: Explore Johannesburg

It's everything you want in Joburg vibes! What better way to explore the continent's second largest city. A city that's been rebuilt 4 times, Joburg is South Africa's largest city and we cannot wait to explore every ounce of this beautiful city with you!  Guests will enjoy historical explorations, city vibes,  safari, spa day, and sightseeing.

We pride ourselves on organizing a tourist's visit, with all of the trappings of local vibes; we don't want you to stand out as an outsider! All activities will be guided by a friend to Seaux & Reap. Trust us, this isn't an experience you want to miss.



September 15-19: Durban Beachside Living

It's always sunny in Durban! 

This 2-day adventure trip will take you to the edge of the world’s highest gorge swing, the world’s most beautiful pier (according to CNN), some of SA’s historical sites and a whole lot in between.



September 20-23: Cape Town full circle to JoBurg

Wine tasting, Signal Hill, Table Mountain, and everything in between!



September 24: Depart JoBurg for the States

After our adventures in Cape Town, we'll depart from Johannesburg back to the States. (Your flight from Cape Town back to Johannesburg is included in your registration!)



September 25: Arrive Home Sweet Home

Settle back in at home, rest over the weekend my friends & delight in a lifetime of indelible memories, courtesy of your friends at Seaux & Reap !  

What's Included

What's Included

Flights between cities (Johannesburg to Durban to Cape Town to Johannesburg)

Daily Lunch

Daily Supper

Cannaisseur-led tastings

Transportation between all activities

24-hour access to a Seaux & Reap Cannaisseur & Local Hosts

Guest Gift Bags at each City, curated with City-specific souvenirs & gifts

Museum Admissions

Activity Costs

Daily Breakfast

Flights to and from Johannesburg from the States (unless that option is selected at checkout)

Any additional gifts & souvenirs that guests would like to purchase


South African Wayfarer Package (Party of 1)

South African Wayfarer Package (Party of 1)

This all inclusive package is just the fit for 9 days in South Africa! Lodging, 3 meals daily, museums, safaris, 24-hour access to a Seaux & Reap Cannaisseur, activities, and intercity flights are included in this rate.


South African Globetrotting Package (Party of 2)

South African Globetrotting Package (Party of 2)

Grab a friend & travel for two! This all inclusive package is just the fit for 9 days in South Africa! Lodging, 3 meals daily, museums, safaris, 24-hour access to a Seaux & Reap Cannaisseur, activities, and intercity flights are included in this rate.


South African Caravan Package (Party of 6)

South African Caravan Package (Party of 6)

The More the merrier! This all inclusive package is just the fit for 9 days in South Africa! Lodging, 3 meals daily, museums, safaris, 24-hour access to a Seaux & Reap Cannaisseur, activities, and intercity flights are included in this rate.


Trip Tips

Tipping in SA

Tipping in SA

Tipping 10-15% at restaurants in South Africa is common practice. If you’re at a bar, people usually leave any small change from the bill for the bartender.

Can I drink the water?

Can I drink the water?

South Africa boasts some of the cleanest tap water in the world. It’s perfectly safe to drink right from the tap, so you don’t have to worry about buying bottles of water during your trip. Be sure to bring along a reusable water bottle and fill it up throughout the day!

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance

South Africa is an incredible destination for adventurous travelers. You can jump off the highest commercial bungee in the world, go on epic multi-day hikes through the Drakensberg or paraglide off Lion’s Head in Cape Town. If you’re planning on getting your adrenaline fix during your trip, make sure your travel insurance covers you for extreme sports activities! You’ll also need general comprehensive travel insurance. With South Africa being such a far country to travel to for most people, it’s a good idea to make sure you’re covered for any flight cancellations and unplanned for trips to the hospital.

Buy a Local Sim Card

Buy a Local Sim Card

As soon as your flight to South Africa lands and you’ve collected your luggage, buy a Vodacom sim card from one of the vendors inside the airport. You can get data bundles that will help you stay connected as well as airtime for any phone calls you need to make.

Keep Cash On You

Keep Cash On You

While credit cards are widely accepted in South Africa, you’ll still need to cash throughout your trip. I recommend withdrawing cash from the ATM when you arrive. You’ll get a better exchange rate from the machines than by using a currency exchange service at the airport. If you’re traveling to Cape Town and are using a local sim card (aka have a local number) download the app Snapscan. It’s an app that connects to your credit cards so you can tap to pay at different shops and vendors with a QR code. Tons of restaurants and shops use it for quick one-step credit card payments.

Add Ons

Book a Flight For Me (BUSINESS)

Book a Flight For Me (BUSINESS)

Book a round trip BUSINESS CLASS flight for me out of JFK or ATL to arrive into & departing from Johannesburg.


Book a Flight for me (ECONOMY)

Book a Flight for me (ECONOMY)

Book a round trip ECONOMY flight for me out of JFK or ATL to arrive into & departing from Johannesburg.




We prefer that guests book their own flights to and from the destination airport.  

This can be done by Seaux & Reap team members for an additional fee. Please select the “Book Flight”  Add-on option at checkout. 

Please review the terms & conditions here.

We encourage all guests, especially on INTERNATIONAL travel excursions, to purchase a Travel Insurance policy.  In the past, we have utilized Allianz Travel Insurance

Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for South Africa. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for South Africa: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for travel to all regions, both foreign and domestic. Check with your local Passport Health clinic if immunization is offered in your area.

Malaria is present in some regions of South Africa. Use mosquito repellents, netting and antimalarials if you are traveling to these areas.

Medical facilities are common and in good condition in urban areas and near game parks. But, facilities are limited in rural areas. Most facilities only accept cash payments before a procedure is done. Medicare does not cover these expenses.

A visa is not required for US citizens visiting for less than 90 days. You will still need a valid passport and possibly proof of yellow fever immunization.

If traveling from a country that has yellow fever, you must have proof of immunization.

Due to its size, the climate of South Africa is different depending on the region.

The Southwestern corner of South Africa has a Mediterranean climate.

The interior of South Africa has a temperate climate.

The Northeastern part of South Africa has a subtropical climate.

A small part of the northwest has a desert climate.

Although there is a range of different climates in South Africa, temperatures stay in the high-90’s in summer and low-30’s in winter.

The majority of the country experiences warm days and cool nights. There is a rainy season from November to March.

Here are some essential items to consider for your trip to South Africa:

  • Bug Spray — Although the risk of malaria is relatively low, it is a wise idea to bring insect repellent.
  • Sunscreen and Hat — The sun can get hot, especially in the summer months. Protect your skin.
  • Light-Colored and Lightweight Clothing — Light clothing wards off wild animals such as mosquitoes.
  • Fleece or Jacket for the Night-Time – Although it may be hot during the day, South Africa can reach below freezing at night.

All Americans visiting South Africa should register online with the U.S. Department of State before departure. This will inform the office of your travel plans within the country and will allow them to reach out in the case of an emergency or evacuation.

Once in South Africa, the information for the U.S. Consulate is:

U.S. Consulate General Johannesburg

1 Sandton Drive (opposite Sandton City Mall)

Johannesburg 2196

South Africa

Telephone:+(27)(11) 290-3000 / 011-290-3000 (from within South Africa)

Emergency After-Hours Telephone:+(27) 79-111-1684 / 079-111-1684 (from within South Africa)

Fax: +(27)(11) 884-0396 / 011-884-0396 (from within South Africa)


If you have any questions about traveling to South Africa or are wondering what shots you may need for your trip, schedule an appointment with your local Passport Health travel medicine clinic. Call us at 1-888-499-7277 or book online now and protect yourself today.

🇿🇦 South Africa - a Seaux & Reap Experience (SA Summer ☀️ Offering)

South Africa· September 9 - 22 2024· 13 nights