A Millionaire’s Guide to Enjoying the 2010 Football World Cup


If you are a football buff with a lot of loose cash lying around, billionaire style, then why not plan a proper vacation in South Africa to coincide with the FIFA World Cup 2010 instead? How can you travel to SA and not enjoy a safari at the Kruger National Park? Sir Richard Branson’s 10,000 hectare game reserve inside the National Park charges $1,695 per person per night on the basic package.

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Other staying options include the One&Only Penthouse complex at Cape Town that offers panoramic views of Table Mountain, Robben Island and, a bird’s eye view of the newly built Cape Town Stadium. The stay will cost you anything between $915 and $2,860 for a night. For more elaborate plans courtesy Ryan Baxter from caughtoffside.com, click here.

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