Best of South Africa & Botswana


Day 1: WELCOME TO CAPE TOWN.Arriving at Cape Town International Airport, you are met by a representative and driven to the Hotel. This grand establishment sits on its own private quay in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, a lively and bustling port lined with interesting shops, bars and fabulous restaurants. The hotel draws on the rich cultural history of the Cape and is elegantly appointed in the colonial manner with oak paneling, glistening chandeliers and historic prints on the walls. Accomodation Cape Grace Hotel or Similar
Day 2: CAPE TOWN. .After breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a City Tour of Cape Town. This tour gives you the opportunity to discover the spirit of the Mother City, experience her vibrant cultures and history and enjoy botanical scenery. Highlights include: Table Mountain – weather permitting (otherwise Signal Hill), Scenic coastal drive through Clifton & Sea Point, Green Market Square, District Six, Company Gardens, and Scenic City tour passing the Houses of Parliament, the City Hall, the Castle and Slave lodge and V&A Waterfront.
Day 3: CAPE TOWN.Day at Leisure or Visit the Winelands.The wine making tradition in the Cape goes back hundreds of years, and there are exceptional vintages and varietals to enjoy. Set in a spectacularly scenic landscape of rearing mountains and sea views, the wine country is reminiscent of Provence, with an African twist.Visit several estates for tastings of their finest offerings, and stop for lunch at one of them.Enjoy a delicious, indulgent meal in a setting that will take your breath away- a blend of ocean, mountains and vineyards that is truly unique. 
DAY 4: CAPE TOWN.A Shark Experience and Table Mountain.We collect you in the morning for the drive to False Bay, where the famous Seal Island attracts Great White Sharks in large numbers. Join an expedition to witness the amazing predation activity of these monsters of the deep as they launch themselves out of the water in pursuit of the fleeing seals.After lunch ascent to the famous table mountain.The cable car to the top of the mountain rotates 360 degrees as you ascend, offering incredible views of the city below. Arriving at the top, there are networks of paths to wander, with viewpoints dotted along the way. 
Days 5: CAPETOWN-ZAMBIA.The Mighty Zambezi.Today you catch a flight from Cape Town to Livingstone, Zambia, near the world-famous Victoria Falls. A guide will meet you at the airport and take you on the short drive upstream to the lodge.Luxurious and elegant in a safari camp style, the lodge has an undeniable romance and sense of adventure.A sumptuous dinner awaits you on the terrace overlooking the river, or in the romance and privacy of your suite.Accomodation Tongabezi Lodge
DAY 6: LIVESTONE. The Smoke That Thunders.After Breakfast visit the The Victoria Falls which are one of the most impressive sights on earth.his is where the Zambezi River plunges over a mile-wide curtain into a huge crack in the earths crust into a boiling gorge below.After a visit to the Falls, Livingstone has a host of other attractions. Known as the adrenaline capital of Africa, you can go white water rafting the legendary rapids, take a helicopter or microlight flight over the falls, bungee jump over the gorge, (330 feet!), take an elephant back safari; the list goes on and on. 
Day 7: BOTSWANA. Fly to the Selinda Reserve.After breakfast, you leave Tongabezi for the short flight to the Selinda Reserve in Botswana. Upon landing, your safari tour of Botswana begins.  Your guide will take you on a short game drive through the mopane woodlands to Zarafa Camp on the edge of Zibadianja Lagoon, the source of the Savuti Channel. After a warm welcome from the staff, you have time to settle into your suite and admire the view from your private veranda, possibly even spot an elephant or two wandering by. Accomodation Zarafa Camp
DAY 8: BOTSWANA.Enjoy Amazing African Big Game Encounters.The vast Selinda Reserve has a variety of habitats from tall riverine forests to grasslands, floodplains and woodlands that support a tremendous diversity of game. In the dry season, this area has the greatest concentration of elephants in the world as they rely on the waters of the Linyanti River for survival. Nothing can quite compare to sitting quietly in an open safari vehicle while watching a herd of these enormous beasts coming to the water to drink. The first thing you will notice is how silently they move through the forest, like grey ghosts on padded feet; the next, how much they love water. The old females, guardians of the herd, stand quietly, almost meditatively, sucking up trunkfuls of water and squirting it into their mouths with relish. The youngsters, on the other hand, can’t contain their enthusiasm and rush into the water, splashing and frolicking, dunking and spraying each other. 
DAY 9: BOTSWANA.Succumb to the Thrills of the African BushAfter this heartwarming display, you continue your safari, keeping an eye out for the leopards that stalk the dense thickets, the prides of lions that hunt in the woodlands, and cheetahs that look out over the grasslands from the tops of termite mounds
Days 10 - 11: OKAVANGA DELTA.The Magic of Mombo.After your morning game drive, you enjoy a delicious brunch and board a light aircraft for your flight to Mombo. A short while after takeoff, you see a vast, shimmering expanse of water opening out before you- a maze of channels, islands and lagoons appear below, and you are flying over the legendary Okavango Delta. This pristine wetland is a World Heritage Site, and home to an astonishing variety of life, and Mombo Camp is located right in the middle of it.Game drives here are extraordinary- you are hardly ever in a place where you can’t see an animal, and the area is known for its large lion population, as well as healthy numbers of other predators. Drive through this amazing landscape in search of the Big Five: elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard, as well as a host of other creatures, from giraffes to numerous antelope both large and small. With incredible wildlife, luxurious accommodation, excellent service and incredible cuisine, you will see why Mombo is rated the best safari camp in Africa! Accomodation Mombo Camp
Day 12: Homeward Bound.Depart Mombo's Camp with a fond farewell, and board a flight to Johannesburg, South Africa, where your incredible journey comes to a close.

VIP Experience

Cape Grace-Cape Town.Staying at Cape Grace is an experience in itself, melding the modern comforts of a Cape Town luxury hotel with traditional Cape culture. And there is no better position for a V&A Waterfront hotel than with Table Mountain standing sentry and towering over the hotel, a working harbour to one side and a multi-millionaire yacht basin on the other.It’s a heady mix of tantalizing experiences, which makes time spent at Cape Grace something to remember forever
Tongabezi Lodge-Zambia.Tongabezi Lodge is a romantic hideaway on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream of Victoria Falls. Our friendly team welcomes guests to a selection of houses and cottages, each beautifully styled with furniture and embellishments from all over Africa. Guests can dine beside the river or on their private terrace. Privately owned and run, Tongabezi combines an exclusive ambience with the legendary warmth and hospitality of the people of Zambia.
Zarafa Camp-Botswana-Zarafa Camp is renowned for its remarkable concentration of wildlife, predators in particular, and luxuriously-appointed, quintessential tented accommodation.TThere is a harmony to Zarafa. Perhaps it is the intimate size of the camp, the calming waters of the lagoon or the genuine nature of the local staff who look after you; whatever the case, it is a treasure.he boutique Zarafa Camp has only 4 campaign-style canvas suites offering travelers an authentic taste of Africa. 
Mombo Camp-Okavango Delta-It is located in the Mombo Concession, on the northern tip of Chief’s Island within the Moremi Game Reserve. The area boasts enormous concentrations of plains game and predators which begin virtually on Mombo’s decks, with the surrounding floodplains teeming with game year-round. Built under large, shady trees, Mombo’s nine spacious en-suite tents are raised two metres from the ground providing excellent views, with a long veranda, a sala and indoor and outdoor showers. The camp's main living, bar and dining areas are under thatch, while the boma adds traditional flavour to delicious dinners under the stars. There are two plunge pools in which to soak and a gym to work off the excellent food.

Package Details

Best of South Africa & Botswana: Luxury African Safari, Victoria Falls, Cape Town, & Winelands
This  adventure captures the best that Southern Africa has to offer in one amazingly luxurious package. From the natural beauty of Cape Town with its white beaches, dramatic mountains and picturesque wine country, you travel to the iconic Victoria Falls in Zambia before embarking on a wildlife experience like no other, visiting two  luxury lodges in Northern Botswana.
  • 04 Nights Accomodation in Cape Town
  • 02 Nights Accomodation in Livingstone
  • 03 Nights Accomodation in Selinda reserve
  • 02 Nights Accomodation in Okavango Delta
  • Daily Breakfast - Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Safaris included as per itinearies
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included

The best time to travel is between March and November when rain fall is at a minimum and the days are cooler but clear. Early mornings and evenings can be chilly. The Delta is normally in flood from May until August. Travel between December and March rewards you with lush green scenery and plenty of animals dropping their young.Although South Africa is considered a year-round destination, spring (mid-September to November) and autumn (April-May) are the best times to visit.

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