Hassle free school tour organisation
you make one call and we do the rest
We customise tours to suit your needs
and pay attention to detail
EduTours accompanies every tour to facilitate the programme
this gives teachers the freedom to focus on learners
I hear and I know
I see and I remember
I do and I understand
Tours and excursions are customised to enhance the curriculum of the specific grade. We assist you in customising
tours according to your needs and give your learners hands-on exposure to learning, while doing seeing and hearing.
There are a multitude of places to visit in our beautiful South Africa. We are based in Johannesburg but organise
and facilitate tours throughout the country.
Garden Route Tours
The Garden Route boasts ten nature reserves and two indigenous forests (Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma). Our tours visit places like Birds of Eden, Cango Caves, Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres and various other engaging attractions.
The Garden Route’s name can be ascribed to this scenic region with its luxurious and diverse vegetation and various lagoons and lakes which can be found along the coast.
Western Cape Tours
Cape Town is visited by thousands of foreign tourists every year and is seen as the pride of the Southern African continent. This province boasts two World Heritage Sites: The Cape Floral Kingdom, and Robben Island. Our Cape Town Tour visits breath-taking attractions, discovers a rich history and explores the beautiful culture of the Western Cape from its people to its natural beauty, and the multitude of unique, internationally recognised attractions.
Mpumalanga and Limpopo Tours
Mpumalanga and Limpopo offer learners an opportunity to experience the history of agriculture, the value of water, the diversity of South Africa’s climate and the amazing wildlife of South Africa. With visits to farms, museums, Bourke’s Luck, Sudwala caves, exposure to agriculture such as banana and nut farming, and awe-inspiring landscapes formed by water erosion and many more, our Mpumalanga and Limpopo tour offers a dynamic variety of experiences for learners of all ages.
KwaZulu-Natal boasts three different geographic areas: The lowland region along the spectacular Indian Ocean Coast, the Natal Midlands, and the two mountainous regions of the Drakensberg and Lebombo Mountains.
We provide various tours that explore the unique historical, biological and cultural aspects of this fascinating province.
Although the smallest province, it is the economic powerhouse of South Africa and home to the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site. There is a multitude of places to visit within a two-hour’s drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria and we can organise excursions with a specific focus, such as: science, biology, history, tourism and many more.
North West Province Tours
Much of the North West province consists of flat areas of scattered trees and grassland. The Magaliesberg mountain range in the northeast extends about 130 km from Pretoria to Rustenburg. The Vaal River flows along the southern border of the province.
North West has a wealth of places to visit especially in and around Hartbeespoort and Brits. Nearby Sun City, an upmarket Resort and Casino, in Pilansberg National Park, with an extinct volcano and more than 7,000 animals, including lions and elephants.
Hospitality and Tourism Tours
South Africa is a diverse and beautiful country and tourism is an important sector of our economy, making it a
very lucrative career option. We believe in the growth of tourism in South Africa and we endeavour to play a small
part in encouraging our young people to promote and to be passionate about our beautiful country.
Adventure and Leadership Camps
To be successful and survive in the challenging world of today, our children need to have three very important skills: The ability to think for themselves, the ability to solve problems and have effective people skills. Our adventure and leadership camps aim to develop these core skills and many other vital life skills as well.