Duration: 12 Days & 11 Nights
Location: South Africa
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  • After arrival to Johannesburg, private transfer to Hotel.
  • Transfer by air to Cape Town.
  • Visit to Robben Island, today a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the price paid for freedom.
  • Private tour of Cape town, including Malay Quarter Table mountain.
  • Visit to Hout bay, including a boat ride to visit Seal island, Chapman’s peak and Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.
  • Transfer by air Kruger park.
  • Three days of Safaris and game drive at Kruger park.
  • Transfer by air to Livingstone in Zambia.
  • Visit to Victoria Falls (Zambia side)
  • Zambezi river cruise
  • Visit to Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe side)
  • Visit a real african village. Spend quality time in the environment of these traditional African settlements, meeting local residents and visiting children at their school.
  • Air transfer to Johannesburg.

Day 1 (Wednesday): USA / Johannesburg
This evening make your own way to the airport for your International flight nonstop to Johannesburg, South Africa.
Overnight: En Route.

Day 2 (Thursday): Arrive Johannesburg / Johannesburg.
This evening arrive at Johannesburg International airport. On arrival, clear immigration. After clearing the immigration officer, proceed to the luggage carousel and place your bags on a trolley and continue to the exit. The airport representative will escort you to foreign exchange counter and then will walk you a few minutes to your hotel located in the airport complex. Your guide will also advise you on the best way to return to the airport terminal tomorrow morning on your own.
Please be advised that most shops in South Africa will only accept the South African Rand for cash purchases. When you arrive into Johannesburg airport, you will be escorted to the foreign exchange counter to change currencies if you wish before connecting to your Cape Town flight.
Overnight: Intercontinental Tambo Airport. (B)

Day 3 (Friday) Johannesburg / Cape Town / Water Front.
This morning have a sleep in and a leisurely breakfast – checking with the reception for what time is latest to have breakfast. You need to be in the lobby and checking out at 11:30am this morning. Then you will make your own way walking back to the domestic departures check-in counter of South African Airways. It will be marked above the check in counter – Cape Town.
You then go through security to your gate and board your flight to Cape Town. On arrival at Cape Town, you will be met and transferred to the hotel, a nice way to get settled into South Africa with a stay for the next 3 nights.
Overnight: The Commodore Hotel. (B)

Day 4 (Saturday) Cape Town
meet your driver in the lobby of the hotel and he will escort you by car to the Clock Tower where your Robben Island tour begins. Your driver guide will have your ferry tickets and hand them to you this morning. The crossing is a brief 40 minute ride and upon arrival proceed to the lined up school buses which are your transportation around the island and each bus will have a Robben Island guide for the transfer to the main prison. The history tour is operated by former inmates of this prison with poignant lectures and sometimes humorous input.
From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the price paid for freedom. Today, the tour is important for all visitors to experience all phases of the Island, to realize that the Island is a place of pain and a place of triumph and victory.
During the afternoon enjoy a private car and guide tour of Cape Town. Visit – The area, known as the Malay Quarter of Cape Town, nestles against the steep slopes of Signal Hill. It formerly covered a much larger piece of land but this has been restricted over the years by incursions from commercial development and the threat of Apartheid legislation. It is one of the oldest parts of Cape Town, and is one of the few to have retained some of its historical character. The last stop is to the base of Table Mountain where you board a cable car ride up to the top of the Mountain. Here you will have fabulous views of the city and plains in the background (weather permitting). Some free time at the top to stroll around for various views.
Overnight: The Commodore Hotel. (B)

Day 5 (Sunday) Cape Town / Cape Peninsula
The first stop this morning is at Hout Bay, where you have a short boat ride to visit Seal Island.
Hout Bay was formerly a fishing village and has managed to maintain its unique combination of fishing harbor and country atmosphere, despite development. Its long, sandy beach faces a bay framed by mountains and is quite simply exceptionally beautiful. Capetonians throng here over weekends to partake of the local fish & chips and to catch a glimpse of the resident Cape seals that make the harbor their home. After a brief tour to Seal Island, re-board your vehicle and drive along Chapman’s Peak.
Chapman’s Peak stands imposingly at the heart of Chapman’s Peak Drive, connecting Hout Bay with Noordhoek along one of the most dramatic marine routes in the world that hugs the coast of the Atlantic Seaboard for nine kilometers. Chapman’s Peak Drive climbs steadily from the harbor of Hout Bay, skirting 114 curves of Chapman’s Peak to follow the rocky coastline along some truly magnificent views of the sandy bays below.
Continue to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, established in 1939 to protect 7750ha of indigenous flora and fauna. The reserve comes to an end at majestic Cape Point. Situated at the junction of two of earth’s most contrasting water masses – the cold Benguela current on the West Coast and the warm Agulhas current on the East Coast, the Cape of Good Hope is popularly perceived as the meeting point of the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans.
The first stop after lunch is to Boulders Beach. African penguins inhabit twenty-seven sites. Most are on inshore islands, of which the best known is Robben Island. There are only three of them on the mainland sites. The largest existing colony is on St Croix Island near Port Elizabeth, with about 50,000 birds. Dassen Island off Yzerfontein, once home to over a million penguins, now has about 30,000, while Dyer Island near Gansbaai has about 20,000. The most remarkable of the mainland colonies is in Simon’s Town with over 2500 birds. After a visit to the Penguin colony, start heading back towards Cape Town. Along the way, make your final stop at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens are the oldest and largest botanical gardens in South Africa. Left to the people of Cape Town by Cecil John Rhodes in 1902, the area comprises 528 hectares, of which 36 hectares consists of cultivated gardens. Situated on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Gardens contain a wide array of indigenous flora, trees, birds and small animals.
Overnight: The Commodore Hotel. (B)

Day 6 (Monday) Cape Town / Kruger MQP / Kruger
you will be met at lobby and transferred to Cape Town airport. At the airport you will check in for your flight to Kruger Park (MQP airport). On arrival, you will be met at the terminal as you collect your baggage and come out to arrivals hall. The staff will meet you and transfer you to the lodge, a comfortable highway drive most of the way until you enter the gates of Kruger Park and then drive a short distance to Savannah Game Lodge. You will have time to leave your bags in your room and freshen up and come back to reception where you will now meet with other couples and enjoy safaris together as we head out on your first safari.
The afternoon game drive includes a stop for sundowners while marvelling at the splendour of an African sunset, and the absolute tranquility of the bush. On the morning drive there is a tea/coffee stop with the famous Savanna Amarula hot chocolate or coffee a highly recommended alternative for the more adventurous at heart.
Overnight: Savannah Game Reserve. (BD)

Day 7 (Tuesday) Sabi Sands Reserve. (Morning and afternoon safaris)
Early morning wakeup call with coffee and toast before heading out around 6:00am for safari. Then return around 8:30am for hot breakfasts. Enjoy the rest of your day on safari at Savannah.
Overnight: Savannah Game Reserve. (BLD)

Day 8 (Wednesday) Savannah Game Reserve. (Morning and afternoon safaris)
Early morning wakeup call with coffee and toast before heading out around 6:00am for safari. Then return around 8:30am for hot breakfasts.
Overnight: Savannah Game Reserve. (BLD)

Day 9 (Thursday) Savannah Game Reserve. (Morning and afternoon safaris)
Early morning wakeup call with coffee and toast before heading out around 6:00am for safari. Then return around 8:30am for hot breakfasts.
Overnight: Savannah Game Reserve. (BLD)

Day 10 (Friday) Sabi Sands / Kruger Park / Livingstone / Zambezi river cruise
This morning rise early and have breakfast. Please be in the lobby at 8:00am where your driver will collect you and depart to MQP airport in time for the check in and flight to Livingstone (Victoria Falls) Zambia. You will arrive at Livingstone Airport which is on the Zambia side of Victoria Falls. Please proceed to immigration and have $ 50 cash ready per person for your Uni visa pay to the immigration officer (Valid for both Zambia and Zimbabwe as you will be visiting both countries. After clearing your immigration procedure, proceed to collect your luggage onto a trolley and head out to arrivals hall where you will be met and be transferred to your lodge.
Check in to your hotel and relax until 4:00pm. Please be at the pier before 3:45pm in front of your hotel rooms where the Lady Livingstone is boarding for the 4pm departure cruise.
The Lady Livingstonee is a one hundred and forty four seater, three decker river cruiser designed to accommodate groups and indiviiduals. The lower deck accommodates 92, middle deck accommodates 40 and the upper exclusive deck acccommodates 12 in private luxury. It offers a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. The Sunset Cruise which takes 2 good romantic hours of enjoying the spectacular view of the Sun set while hearing the gentle sound of the Zambezi River and enjoying a drink or two with some fine snacks.
Overnight: The David Livingstone Safari Lodge. (Breakfast at Savannah included today)

Day 11 (Saturday) Livingstone.
After breakfast this morning you will be meet your guide in the lobby to begin your day touring.
Start with Tour of Victoria Falls Zimbabwe side.. Break for lunch. The guide will bring you to the Iconic Victoria Falls Hotel in the Zimbabwe town, named after the amazing falls. Afterwards, return back across the border.
Later, visit an authentic village to experience life as it really is in rural Africa. A short drive takes you to a local village where you will be shown all aspects of African village life. Visits to either Simonga or Sinde Villages allow guests to spend quality time in the environment of these traditional African settlements, meeting local residents and visiting children at their school. There are very few people who don’t come away from the experience feeling enriched by the time spent there.
We will continue Victoria falls – Zambia side-. After we tour the Zimbabwe side first, we will transfer across the border (Bring your passports today) and visit the Zambian side of the falls.
The Zambian side of the falls provides a completely different vantage from that of the Zimbabwean side, and during high water levels is certainly the best place to be. Victoria Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was described by the Kololo tribe living in the area in the 1800’s as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ – ‘The Smoke that Thunders’.
Overnight: The David Livingstone Hotel. (B)

Day 12 (Sunday) Livingstone / Johannesburg / Return Home
After early breakfast this morning you will check out of your hotel and meet your guide. Here you will be taken to the local Dambwa market for last minute curio shopping.
At 10:30am, meet back up with your driver and you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Johannesburg. On arrival, you will be met at the arrivals again with a sign, where the staff will walk with you to the check in area for your return flight to the USA. The staff will direct you to the departures security where we will say goodbye. You will clear security and head to your gate. Tons of curio shopping galore in Johannesburg duty free area but must keep an eye on the time if you are shopping.
Overnight: En Route. (Breakfast at Livingstone this morning – B)


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  • Accommodation in Hotels as stipulated in the Itinerary.
  • Transportation between atractions and point of interest as stipulated in the itinerary.
  • Services of an English speaking guide, park entrance fees and point of interest as indicated in the itinerary.
  • All Government taxes and levies.
  • All meet and greet services.
  • 24 hours stand-by contact number.
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary. (B = Breakfast / L = Lunch / D = Dinner)
  • Air transfer between different cities as schedule in itinerary.
  • river trip by boat and/or cruise as stipulated in itinerary.
  • Transfer to/from Hotel and accommodation.
  • All items of personal nature e.g. telephone call bills, fax/email bills etc.
  • Gratuities and Tips to Hotels/Lodges/Camps staff and Driver/Guide(s).
  • Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks.
  • Any local or international flight/s and departure taxes and other taxes.
  • Laundry services.
  • Flights – National or International – (Local flights – Subject to your program)
  • Concession fees (In case of any new fees introduce by parks without our knowledge.
  • Any other item(s) not included in our itinerary.
  • Visa fees and visa processing (Information available at time of reservation).
  • Travel Insurance – We highly recommended you to have your personal travel insurance.