Hwange National Park, at almost three million acres, is situated in western Zimbabwe and is the country’s premier game reserve. Hwange is renowned for its huge elephant and buffalo herds, sable and other rare antelope as well as an excellent concentration of large predators including lion, leopard, wild dog, hyena, and cheetah.
The Okavango Delta, is one of the most beautiful tracts of wild land in Africa. Made up of luscious landscapes and a patchwork of lagoons, shallow flood pans and forest, the Okavango provides outstanding game viewing activities whether on foot, in game vehicles or by boat.
When the Zambezi River is high, ten million litres of water rush over the lip of Victoria Falls each second, falling 108 metres into the roaring chasm below. Livingstone Island sits in the heart of this spray, on the brink of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and offers an experience that is entirely unique.
Botswana’s iconic Chobe National Park teems with wildlife and is best known for its large herds of elephants and buffalo. Look forward to exceptional and diverse wildlife encounters year-round.
Cape Town is a true fan favorite, with its exciting Mediterranean vibe, amazing culinary scene, beautiful Cape Dutch architecture, thriving art community, and successful sports teams – all set to the backdrop of the iconic Table Mountain and the turbulent waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Arrive in Johannesburg and take the shuttle to your venue for the night. Johannesburg is the economic beating heart of Africa. A vast sprawling city if time permits a visit to the Apartheid Museum or some of the African Craft Markets is worthwhile.
Take a shuttle back to the airport for commercial flight to Maun in Botswana, the gateway to the Okavango Delta. In Maun, you will be transfered to a small safari aircraft and for the last leg of your journey into the heart of the Okavango Delta and Khwai Leadwood Lodge.
Enjoy game drives through the Khwai Concession and the Moremi Game Reserve and enjoy the diversity and fascinating wildlife here.
Also available are mokoro rides through the channels of the Khwai River, an unforgettable experience.
Wake up early to catch your flight to the Linyanti Wetlands area.
Transfer to the airstrip and fly to Kasane, then road transfer with border crossing to Livingstone in Zambia.
If time allows you will visit the Victoria Falls on the Zambia side, or relax at the Lodge. Enjoy the serenity of the river and engage in a sunset cruise starting from the deck of your lodge.
Today is a free day with optional activities included by the lodge. Perhaps a sunset cruise on the Zambezi above the falls or try your hand at catching a ferocious Tiger Fish.
Today, you will be transferred over the border and into Victoria Falls airport on the Zimbabwe side. Your safari plane will take you away and into the famous Hwange National Park and Somalisa Camp where you will stay for your next safari adventure. Hwange is know for its enormous herds of elephant and buffalo.
Transfer back to the airstrip to connect with your flight to Victoria Falls, then onward to the tip of Africa, Cape Town also known as The Mother City. You will stay at the Derwent House Boutique Hotel for the next 3 nights.
Enjoy a private guided city tour today, including the visit to the top of Table Mountain in the cable car.
A trip to Cape Town wouldn't be complete without a visit to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela and other South African freedom fighters were incarcerated during Apartheid.
Today you will take a private guided tour to the Cape Peninsula, including a visit to the Cape Penguins on Boulders Beach in Simons Town.
Your schedule has a private guided tour of the Cape Winelands today, visiting at least 3 wineries with wine and cheese tasting. End your wine tour in Franschhoek overnighting at La Clé Des Montagnes.
Depending on the time of your flight, take your private transfer back to the Cape Town International Airport for your connection onwards.