South Africa

October 5 - 20, 2018
South Africa

CALL and the Calvin Alumni Association are offering a unique opportunity to travel to South Africa. The bottom of the African continent is a land of many races, cultures, and languages, and features an amazingly diverse geography. As we travel through the country we will learn about the massive political changes that occurred in the early 90s when “apartheid” was dismantled and all South Africans were given the right to vote. We will visit museums and other historical sites that highlight differing points of view and experience.


  • Roundtrip flights
  • All intra-Africa flights
  • Hotel accommodations
  • 7 dinners, 4 lunches and all but two breakfasts
  • Sightseeing includes
    • Johannesburg
    • Apartheid Museum
    • Soweto & Pretoria
    • Day alongside Mama Clara at her service projects
    • Blyde River Canyon
    • Kruger national Park with multiple game drives
    • Cape town
    • Robben island
    • Cape of Good Hope including Seal Island, and more!

Your host:

John Apol will be your host. He is a Call member, a Calvin alumnus, and a frequent traveler to South africa, including Calvin student interims and two tours for Call and Calvin alumni.

Baggage Information:

Please note that the airlines may impose baggage fees and that these fees are subject to change without notice. Flights for your tour have been booked with Delta Air Lines, South African Airways, and Airlink. For the current baggage allowance and any fees that apply to your itinerary, click on the link, scroll down and click on the name of your airline.  Click here to view baggage information.


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