Based in Cape Town, Quality Touring Services have been in operation since 1997.

Delta Conference :
22 - 27 November 2015

Boardwalk Hotel, Convention Centre & Spa,
Port Elizabeth
No of Delegates: 150

Please note that all day tours will depart from the hotel.


Garden Route Tours

Total tour cost R11990 per person sharing. This includes accommodation bed and breakfast as well as lunch.

Dates: 17th - 21th Nov 2015
28th - 01st Dec 2015

Highlights: A tour, which starts in the vibrant city of Cape Town. Further the tour goes along the R62 towards Oudtshoorn with its exciting attractions. Your last days will be an extensive visit of the Garden Route visiting Knysna, Tsitsikamma National Park, Wilderness and Jeffrey’s Bay. This tour gives you just enough time to fully explore the route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.

DAY 1: Oudtshoorn

Today we leave early in the morning and travel along the R62, which is also known as the wine route. During our trip towards Oudtshoorn we make several stops. Overnight in Oudtshoorn.

DAY 2: Oudtshoorn
Oudtshoorn is famous for the Ostrich industry and history. We will visit one of the interesting Ostrich Farms and the world famous Cango Caves. Continuing we travel to Knysna.

DAY 3: Knysna
We start with the Featherbed Nature Reserve Tour which includes a boat cruise, tractor ride, scenic hike and lunch. After this tour you have a free afternoon in Knysna. Overnight in Knysna.

DAY 4: Tsitsikamma
In the morning we leave to Tsitsikamma visiting the coastal town Plettenberg Bay and Monkey land on our way. Monkey land is a sanctuary, where a professional guide leads you through the woods looking for all kind of monkeys. After monkey land we visit the Tsitsikamma National Park, which is renowned for its dramatic coast line. In the park we take a relaxing hike to the hang bridge. Overnight is in Tsitsikamma area or similar.

DAY 5: Port Elizabeth
Today we take a scenic route via the coastal towns of St Francis, Jeffrey’s Bay and other stops on route to Port Elizabeth, where we arrive towards the late afternoon. Tour end



Dates: 19th - 21th Nov 2015
28th - 30th Nov 2015

2 night 3 day

Cost R8990 per person sharing.

View the awe-inspiring Panorama sites, experience local culture, and enjoy 'Big 5' game viewing. Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapers and spectacular African wildlife. Enjoy thrilling game drives and walking safaris – find out what it is like to be close to a pride of lion, feel the excitement and intensity of a South African safari.

Depart from Gauteng area with your qualified guide, travelling North East, enjoying a traditional lunch stop en-route travelling the scenic route via Dullstroom, Lydenburg, Sabie and Graskop. After lunch, we travel to the Kruger National park. Evening Open vehicle safari

OAn early start allows for a closed Vehicle Game Drive in the Famous Kruger Park for the whole day in search of the Big Five. Evening Open Vehicle safari

We depart on an early morning closed vehicle Safari for half the day in search of any animals we have not already seen in the reserve before our departure back to Johannesburg which will take about 5 hours.

DAY 4 (Optional extra day)
For delegates that have chosen the 4 day option, we have the opportunity to partake in an additional Half Day safari or visit the Elephants before we depart for Johannesburg. (Today’s excursions will be for your own cost).

3 days (or 4 days if optional extra day)



DEPARTURE: 07h30 -08h30 Sandton or OR Tambo

COST: 3 day tour R8995 per person sharing (4 day tour R11 500 per person sharing)

COST INCLUDES: Qualified guide, Conservation fees, 2 open vehicle safari drives, and 2 nights’ accommodation in Kruger National Park subject to availability and are subject to change.

Private Game lodge substitutions are available upon request / at extra cost. No meals are included but meals will be available from the camp/lodge



Dates: 21st Nov 2015
28th Nov 2015

Cost R595 per person. Minimum 4 persons

Description: Lush coastal forest and grassland is home to vast herds of African game, including White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals roam freely, unrestricted in natural surroundings. This owner operated animal friendly park, where no hunting or other disturbance of the game is permitted, means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.

Take a drive in your own vehicle through the park on the well-maintained roads (no need for 4x4) and enjoy viewing the game in any weather conditions from the comfort of your car.

For those really close encounters, choose the 2 hour guided tour in an open Landrover with a professional guide providing you with interesting information on the animals and the historical background to the area.

Tour departs at 09H00
Open vehicle Game drive from 10H00 to 12H00
Return to Hotel at 12H30


Port Elizabeth City Tour

Dates: 21st Nov 2015
28th Nov 2015

Cost for the PE City Tour is R350 per person with a minimum of 4 Pax.

Port Elizabeth, popular for stunning beaches has plenty more to offer than long, lazy days spent on pristine white sands. Knowledge & passion that I have for my beautiful city as well as interest in historical homes, buildings of the Eastern Cape, makes this tour a must. Start at South End Museum, learn about forced removals then to City Centre and various buildings of interest in the oldest part of town. History extends back to before the arrival of the 1820 British Settlers right up to present day. Visit Donkin Reserve, discuss enlightening information on different art forms and sculptures. Views are simply breath-taking. Fort Frederick-the rich history of this establishment is nothing less than astounding. Visit No. 7 Castle Hill Museum one of the very 1st houses in the city then drive along Bird Street to St George's Park where rich ship merchants built their homes. Learn the history of the area and visit the Horse Memorial, built in honor of horses that died during Anglo Boer War. For those who are into sports you can see where the annual South African Iron Man competition is held as well as the stadium that was used during the 2010 Soccer world cup. We also pass the harbour area where you can witness the cars waiting to be shipped from the car assembly plants in Port Elizabeth. You can also witness the biggest South African flag being flown.


The Township Tour

Only available for the 25th Nov 2015

Cost R675 per person.

Description: This tour gives a great perspective on the development of cities in South Africa, and explores the history of all of the people. It covers the city centre, with its English heritage, and proceeds to the townships – where 75% – of residents live. Expect to be surprised by the diversity of the townships. Yes, you will see some shack dwellings (for now) but more importantly you will see new housing development and middle class areas too. We will dispel the myths about townships being shack-lands of poverty and hopelessness. The guides are locals, love to share their life experiences and their Xhosa Culture. Townships are the heart of urban African life. They’re a repository of history, culture and life stories. They’re vibrant, heart-breaking, heart-warming, resilient, cohesive, and dynamic.

- Departs daily at 09h00 until 12:30 for a minimum of four people.
- Pick up and drop off from your Hotel, Bed and Breakfast or Backpacker
- The guides are locals, professionals, and tell good stories.
- Safe vehicles, with all required insurances
- Fair Trade Tourism Accredited.


Addo Elephant National Park:Full Day Tour

Only available for the 25th Nov 2015

Cost R1700 per person.

Duration: 8 hours Price From per person
Description: The drive will set off from the hotel. Join us for a coffee/tea on the deck and then set off to the National Park, 10 minutes away. The fees do include the entrance / conservation fee of the national park and includes drinks and dry snacks. Your qualified guide will take you around the 28 thousand hectres of this park, to find as many animals as he can. The Addo Elephant National Park does deserve an 8 hour drive to do justice to it. With 3 hours more than the half day we can spend more time looking for good sightings, and to catch the late afternoon animals when the nocturnal ones come out. Each drive is unique and cannot be easily planned. Animals are on the move constantly and the route will be to find them. We supply binoculars to our guests for a better experience.

Optional extra:
3 hour open vehicle game drive

* Drinks
* Dry snacks

The fee does include the entrance / conservation fee of the national park

* cameras

What to Wear
* Dress according to the weather.

Location: Cannonville, Port Elizabeth


Bloukrans Bungee and Tsitsikamma Zipline Tour

Only available for the 25th Nov 2015

Priced from R750 per person with a minimum of 4 pax and which includes transfer from and back to Port Elizabeth but excludes the entrances to Bloukrans @ R850 per person and Tsitsikamma Zipline @R375. A light lunch is included at the Zipline.

Bloukrans Bungee - Test your might by "throwing" yourself off the Bloukrans bridge, the world's highest commercial bridge, standing over 210 meters above the Bloukrans River in the Western Cape.  Q: What if the booking date I’m interested in is not available?  A: You can contact Quality Touring Services directly regarding the date you're interested in. While this does not guarantee availability for your chosen date(s), there is a possibility that there may have been a cancellation for that date For groups of 13 and more passengers, please contact us direct on or Tel: +27 82 657 3443

Duration: 9 -10 hours

Tsitsikamma Zipline - Be exposed to the diverse beauty of the tranquil Tsitsikamma Rainforest whilst traversing from treetop-to-treetop along 10 "fufi" slides, with platforms to rest in between. As you complete this exhilarating, fun-filled adventure below the forest canopy, be sure to take in the spectacular heritage of the age old yellow-wood trees, the giant forest floor ferns, and the vast array of bird life to be seen. Zipline Tour duration is approximately 2.5 - 3 hours

* Transfers
* Tour Guide
* Entrance Fees
* Bungee Jump
* Bottled water

* All meals or services not mentioned

* Camera
* Sun protection

* Not recommended for the faint at heart! 
* Clients with any medical condition should contact us for advice. 
* Weight minimum of 35kg. Age restriction of 14years old.

What to Wear
* Comfortable clothes
* Walking shoes
* Sun glasses.

With professionally registered THETA Tour Guides, a passion for our magnificent country, and our commitment to service, we ensure that guests visiting South Africa will not leave disappointed.

Tsitsikama Forest

Departure Point
Port Elizabeth guest accommodation or airport

Return Point
Port Elizabeth guest accommodation or airport

Tsitsikamma Zipline Tour Duration
Full day


Penguin Tour Port Elizabeth

Only available for the 25th Nov 2015

Cost is R1175 per person with a minimum of 4 pax

Please note that Raggy Charters was the only successful applicant for the Boat Based Dolphin & Whale Watching Permit for Algoa Bay, South Africa. There was only one permit issued. The permit was issued on the 20th June 2011 by the Department of Environmental Affairs, which allows us close encounters with whales and dolphins. Although there were many factors that counted towards the allocation of the permit, we believe that we were successful because of our commitment to marine conservation and education. Most of the funds generated by our tours go towards The Penguin Research Fund which is trying desperately to explain the dramatic decrease in the African Penguin population and rectify this situation. Raggy Charters also undertakes regular beach clean-ups in the Port Elizabeth area and has started an initiative to offset our carbon footprint by planting one indigenous tree for every boat cruise we do.

We will depart from the hotel. Light refreshments and snacks are served during the cruise and there is the option of having lunch afterwards at the yacht club.

We start off the tour with a harbour cruise and full safety briefing, after which we exit port and set a course for the islands.

St. Croix Island is home to 22,000 breeding pairs of African penguins, the largest breeding colony found in Africa (though we have lost 70% in 10 years). It is here where guests will get a close-up encounter with these comical birds. The African penguin’s breeding season reaches its peak between March and May, when guests may be able to see the chicks from the boat. As well as African penguins, both St. Croix and Brenton Island (a smaller islet close by) are inhabited by the endangered African black oystercatcher, white-breasted cormorants and Cape cormorants. The St. Croix Island group, along with the Bird Island group, recently became part of the Addo Elephant National Park, allowing rangers to patrol the islands in aid of conservation efforts to protect the African penguin population. As they are Marine Protected Areas, please note that guests are not allowed to actually go on to the islands.

During this cruise guests also have the possibility of spotting bottlenose dolphins, common dolphins, humpback dolphins, bryde’s whales, minke whales, Southern right whales, humpback whales, Cape fur seals, various species of sharks, Cape gannets and various species of pelagic birds including terns, petrels, skuas, shearwaters and albatrosses.

Both catamarans have a specially designed viewing platform which allows the guide to have the best possible view of the bay and thus chance to see any animals that may be present.