* We recommend visiting Victoria Falls between the months of May and October. River levels and climatic conditions are best for viewing the falls during these months.
This tour is one-of-a-kind, giving you the opportunity of a lifetime to explore three natural wonders and two of Africa’s iconic wildlife destinations in just one vacation, combined with personalized service and excellent value adds – flights, private transfers to and from airports, a fly-in safari to Sabi Sabi a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River in the exclusivity of the Captain’s Cabin as well as dinner on the train that crosses the Zambezi Bridge in front of the falls. Then to complete the circuit of 3 African Countries (there is the possibility of a 4th Namibia) into the Chobe National Reserve in Botswana and then onto Cape Town, “the tavern of the seas” staying at a premier waterfront location and with private guided tours of the city and the magnificent Cape Peninsula and to the top of the famous Table Mountain.
You have seen phenomenal wildlife images on television and in glossy magazines but this is the real thing! First, we take you on a legendary Sabi Sabi safari, where you will see the Big 5, so close that you might be tempted to reach out and touch them. Prepare yourself for the intense excitement of the real thing – watching a pride of lions on the hunt circling a giraffe, a female cheetah aggressively pawed by male suitors in courtship behaviour, or a leopard ambushing a family of warthog at the entrance to their burrow. These are some of the many sights and sounds of the wild that are possible.
Your Victoria Falls destination is the Livingstone Falls Resort in Livingstone, Zambia, right on the eastern cataract itself, and not upstream on the Zambezi River. You could not have chosen a better location for your vacation here. So, you have the freedom to walk, safely, to the Victoria Falls as often as you like, without the inconvenience and costs associated with having to be transferred there. You will go to bed to the mesmerizing sound of water plunging into the mighty Zambezi River, and the hissing noise of huge clouds of spray flung into the African sky – experiences that you will recall for the rest of your life.
Then as an optional add-on to Chobe in Botswana one of Africa’s pristine wildlife areas to its premier location Chobe Game Lodge. Here to enjoy the best the region has to offer, boat safari on the Chobe River to witness elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and more along its banks and sometimes swimming alongside the boat and then game drives into the Chobe forest with experienced game rangers tracking the big cats and other iconic beasts big and small.
Cape Town is every visitor’s holiday dream come true, and we expose you to some of its highlights. Washed by the warm, Mozambique and the cold Benguela currents, the Cape Peninsula’s spectacular inward-curving coastline, bays, and sandy, white beaches are incredibly scenic. Table Mountain is positioned at the centre of a dramatic amphitheatre, stretching from Devil’s Peak in the east to Lions Head in the west, amplifying its splendour.
2023: ZAR141 090.00 per person sharing, ZAR181 442.00 for a solo traveller.