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Ulysses Tours and Safaris, based in Centurion (Gauteng Province), is an incoming tour operator, specializing in tailor-made itineraries of tours or safaris for up-market FITs, groups, incentives, and pre- and post-conference tours. The tour company was established in 1996 and owns a fleet of air-conditioned microbuses, sedan cars, and coaches as well as Pretoria’s famous Purple Bus a double-decker sightseeing and party bus.

In short, Ulysses Tours offers general transport, an airport shuttle service as well as a variety of day and overnight tours.

Scheduled full and half day tours include:

  • Cullinan Diamond and Mine Surface Tour:

Enjoy a tour of the Premier Mine, opened in 1902, where the world’s biggest diamond (3106 carats) was discovered in 1905, and 507-carat diamond in September 2009!

  • Pretoria Capital City Tour:

Pretoria, capital of the ZAR, the Union Of South Africa, the Republic of South Africa and the new South Africa. One-Stops is at Union Buildings, Home to the president’s office, from where you can delight in a panoramic view of Jacaranda City.

  • Lesedi Cultural Village:

Lesedi the Place of Light- is a multi-cultural African Village, an hour’s drive from Pretoria and Johannesburg.

  • Rhino and Lion Park:

Situated in a World Heritage Site, The Cradle of Humankind, this 1 200-hectare park is home to over 700 head of game including white rhino, lion, buffalo, cheetah, wild dog, hippo, and crocodile.

  • Soweto Township:

In Soweto, South West from Johannesburg, you will catch a glimpse of lives of its estimated 3 million residents.

  • Pilanesberg National Park:

A mere two hours from Centurion, this malaria-free 58 000 hectare park ( the fourth largest in South Africa) is situated on the eroded remains of  a1,2 billion-year-old extinct volcanic Crater and home to the Big Five ( lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant ), as well as more than 365 bird species.

  • Cradle of Humankind:

The Cradle of Humankind- declared a World Heritage site in 1999 – is a 47000- hectare area in the western part of Gauteng Province with around 40 different fossils sites where several of the world’s most famous and important fossils have been discovered.