Kruger, Victoria Falls, Winelands & Cape Town
Wildlife & Safari
Start your journey in South Africa’s premier national park, the untamed Kruger as you search for the Big Five while staying in our carefully chosen private reserve. Thereafter, we visit the legendary Victoria Falls straddling between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The journey continues into Cape Winelands, hub of South Africa’s blooming wine industry and some of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Finally, we conclude in the charming colonial town of Cape Town, fringed by the iconic image of Table Mountain and a not-to-be-missed journey across Cape Peninsula’s rugged coastline.
Arriving into Johannesburg, connect your domestic flight to a private game reserve within the greater Kruger National Park area. Relax at the lodge before departing for your evening game drive in search of nocturnal wildlife.
Enjoy morning and evening game drives tracking down Africa’s Big Five, comprising of elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffaloes, as well as other interesting species. This is a real wilderness experience.
Depending on your flight time, you may enjoy another game safari at dawn before transferring on your flight to Victoria Falls. This evening, you will depart on a scheduled Zambezi River sundowner cruise. Be on the lookout for animals and birds!
Laying claim as the world’s largest waterfall, you will spend the day to enjoy a private tour of the mighty Victoria Falls from both sides (Zimbabwe and Zambia). Learn how it gets formed and the local custom traditions surrounding this legendary fall.
Checking out from your Victoria Falls hotel, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Cape Town. On arrival, your driver will transfer you to the stunning Cape Winelands area where you will spend two nights.
After hiking Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve (8km), part of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, proceed to Stellenbosch at the heart of South Africa’s wine industry with over 106 cellars! Enjoy wine pairing with chocolates and 2h vineyard safari at the 120-hectare Waterford Estate.
This morning, we drive to Cape Town and ascend Table Mountain by cable car (weather permitting) for a sensational view of the city bowls.
Next, enjoy Cape Town tour with a specialist, visiting the Green Market Square, Adderley St. and Flower Sellers, Grand Parade, City Hall and Castle of Good Hope. Hear the stories of District Six, Bo-Kaap (Malay Quarter) and the slavery precincts of Slave Lodge, Slave Tree Site and Church Square. Continue to Company’s Garden where the Parliament, Tuynhuys and St. George’s Cathedral can be seen, as well as the historical newsmakers of Rhodes, Smuts, Mandela, Tutu and De Klerk
Finally, we transfer back to your hotel on the V&A waterfront area.
Today’s scenic Cape Peninsula route passes by Hout Bay, and if weather permits, a cruise to Duiker Island to view sea birds, black cormorants and seals. Head to Chapman’s Peak Drive, ascend by Funicular to the top of Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and visit Cape Point to admire the world’s most powerful lighthouse. After sumptuous lobster lunch, visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens to experience the treetop canopy walk. In the evening, you can enjoy dinner at Test Kitchen or La Colombe – both listed in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants at your own account.
Free time before we transfer to airport. Cape Town offers plenty of optional soft adventure opportunities such as hiking Lion’s Head, tandem paragliding and downhill scooter fun from Table Mountain, so if you have more time, we absolutely recommend extending your stay.
Arathusa Safari Lodge Kruger • Ilala Lodge Victoria Falls • La Petite Ferme Franschhoek • Radisson RED Hotel Cape Town
Boasting a prime location within the Sabi Sands Game Reserve with a large waterhole in front of the lodge to enhance game viewing from the comfort of your lodge.View More
Ideally set just an eight-minute walk away from the iconic Victoria Falls, this family-run lodge incorporates manicured gardens, teak furnishings made from local Zimbabwean materials, high-quality cotton linens and pillows.View More
Experience countryside living at the slopes of the Oliphants Pass and Middagkrans Mountain Range with arguably the most beautiful view of the Franschhoek Valley.View More
Ideally placed in the bustling V&A waterfront with unique arts adorning the interiors and well-celebrated in-house craft food and drink scene.View More
Lion Sands Game Reserve Kruger • The Royal Livingstone Victoria Falls • Le Quartier Francais Stellenbosch • Cape Grace Cape Town
Refined contemporary interpretation of traditional safari décor with top-notch game viewing within the premise of its private reserve at the heart of Sabi Sands.View More
Surrounded by scented gardens, each spacious room in this Franschhoek property are designed with contemporary furnishings.View More
Set on a private quay adjacent to the V&A waterfront, exquisite furnishings of both original antiques and contemporary flavors are weaved with grandiose view of the harbor or the mountain.View More
Singita Boulders Lodge Kruger • Victoria Falls River Lodge • Delaire Graff Estate Stellenbosch • The Silo Cape Town
Situated amongst the boulder-strewn banks of the Sand River in Singita’s private reserve with front row seat to 45,000 acres of untouched wilderness, each suite in this luxurious contemporary hideaway comes with a fireplace, private deck, outdoor shower and heated pool.View More
As the first private game lodge built in the Zambezi National Park, this stunning lodge offers tented and treehouse suite options set at the banks of the untamed Zambezi River, just a stone throw’s away from the legendary Victoria Falls.View More
A state-of-the-art winery and an outstanding Relais & Châteaux restaurant nestled between majestic mountains overlooking the Stellenbosch vineyards.View More
Towering above the V&A waterfront on the historic grain silo complex where the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) calls home, this modern hotel is a celebration of art, architecture and design of the highest standards by the stylish wand of Liz Biden.View More
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