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Castle Lager Incoming Test Series

9 - 23 June 2018


Dates: 9 Jun 2018 - 23 Jun 2018

Venues: DHL Newlands, Emirates Airline Park, Toyota Stadium

Destinations: Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Johannesburg

The Springboks will host England in three Tests in Johannesburg, Bloemfontein and Cape Town during the Castle Lager Incoming Series in June 2018.

It will be England’s first visit to South Africa in six years. The English last visited our shores in 2012 when the Springboks won the first two of the three Tests, while the final encounter ended in a draw. However, the formidable English have only lost one Test in the last two seasons. Will the Springboks leverage their homeground advantage? Be there to find out!

Catch all the exciting rugby action in your own backyard when South Africa faces off against the English at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg on 9 June, the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on 16 June, and at DHL Newlands in Cape Town on 23 June. With a history against England that dates back more than a century, South Africa is in for what promises to be a tough tour.

Event Packages List

Castle Lager Incoming Test Series: Full Monty Package

from R 33450 pp

Castle Lager Incoming Test Series: Bloemfontein & Cape Town Two City Package

from R 25650 pp

Castle Lager Incoming Test Series: Joburg & Bloemfontein Two City Package

from R 20950 pp

Castle Lager Incoming Test Series: Hotel & Ticket Package

from R 3985 pp



Bloemfontein is the capital city of the province of Free State of South Africa; and, as the judicial capital of the nation, one of South Africa's three national capitals. Known as the “City of Roses,” Bloemfontein blooms with vibrant sports and cultural scenes. Peruse markets, museums and monuments, enjoy authentic local food and sip craft beers. Between the city and the sprawling suburban neighbourhoods that mark the centre of South Africa, Bloemfontein is a feast for visitors who enjoy exploring lesser-known (but no less impressive) sites and attractions.

Cape Town

From the busy waterfront to the mountains, forests, beaches and vineyards, Cape Town’s bounty of things to see and do can be overwhelming, even for the most seasoned travellers. Start with a visit to the V&A Waterfront, the most visited tourist attraction in South Africa featuring world-class shopping, excellent dining and entertaining nightlife. Take a stroll along the Sea Point Promenade to the Green Point Urban Park, which showcases some spectacular public artworks. Alternatively, tackle one of Cape Town’s many hiking trails - Newlands Forest offers a leisurely wander while Lion’s Head poses more of a challenge. As far as mountains go, no trip to Cape Town would be complete without riding the cable car to the top of Table Mountain to soak up the views from one of the New 7th Wonders of the World. Depending on your timeframe, explore the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, go pub-hopping down Long Street or go wine tasting in the Winelands (or, closer to the city, the Constantia Wine Route).


South Africa’s “City of Gold” buzzes with energy day and night. From its sprawling surrounding suburbs to the heart of the central business district, Johannesburg is a cutting-edge urban destination marked by gritty street art, awe-inspiring modern architecture and several historic places of interest. Fast gaining a reputation for being a food-lover’s paradise, expect plenty of pavement eateries in the leafy neighbourhoods of Parkhurst, Greenside and Melville. Not short on nightlife and shopping either, Johannesburg is a mecca for visitors who want to tap into the fast-paced vibe of Africa’s economic powerhouse.


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