• Johannesburg, South Africa

    Arrive in Johannesburg – the largest city in South Africa – and spend the day at leisure. Visit one of the city’s myriad museums, wander through a flea market or catch a tribal dancing show.

  • Johannesburg

    Visit Soweto, a densely populated township famous for its rebellion against the apartheid. Go to the Hector Peterson Museum and learn about the anti-Afrikaans Soweto Uprising; stop by the Mandela House, the former home of Nelson Mandela; and walk down Vilakazi Street, which housed two Nobel Prize winners and is lined with public art, benches and memorials.

  • Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

    Take a relaxing flight to Zimbabwe, where Victoria Falls awaits. The largest curtain of falling water in the world, the thunderous falls are best viewed from the Knife-Edge Bridge. The parks surrounding the falls are bursting with wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, zebras and even the occasional leopard.

  • Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park, Botswana

    Take a helicopter ride on the Flight of the Angels, which offers views of the falls like no other. Take in the foaming, crashing waters of the falls and see the expansive rainforest while soaring through the air. Next, journey to Chobe National Park, which has one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa and contains an estimated 50,000 elephants.

  • Chobe National Park

    Spend the afternoon on a game drive with a knowledgeable guide. The exciting ride will take you through not only wetlands and marshes but also across wooded areas and the dry hinterland – great for spotting elusive elands, a species of antelope. As the golden sun is setting across the sweeping savannah, board the Sundowner Cruise and sip a cocktail as you watch the evening draw to a close.

  • Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana

    Continue to the Moremi Game Reserve, home to 500 species of birds and a host of other wildlife, including Africa wild dogs, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and much more. A private guide will take you across the diverse area via open-air jeep or mokoro – a canoe hewn from ebony.

  • Okavango Delta, Botswana

    This wildlife-rich paradise can be viewed on a game drive or, during the wet season, via canoe or boat. Whatever the time of year, be prepared to see lechwe antelopes, black and white rhinoceroses, blue wildebeests and warthogs, as well as a host of exotic fish and plants.

  • Cape Town, South Africa

    Continue your journey in vibrant Cape Town. One of the most multicultural cities in the world, Cape Town is famous not only for its beautiful beaches, soaring mountains and temperate climate but for its colorful architecture and robust cultural scene.

  • Cape Town

    Enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the city and its surrounding peaks and valleys as you take an aerial cable car to Table Mountain’s world-famous plateau, home to thousands of species of flora and fauna. Later, explore Company’s Garden, a park and heritage site that houses the National Library of South Africa, as well as an aviary, a pear tree dating back to 1652, important monuments and much more. End your day at the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.

  • Cape Town

    Head south to the Cape of Good Hope, a rocky headland that marks the place where the Atlantic and Indian oceans converge. The area offers an excellent vantage point for whale watching and is populated by a wealth of exotic animals, including zebras, baboons, water mongooses and tortoises. If you are feeling adventurous, Cape Town offers great white shark expeditions, a unique and breathtaking experience that allows visitors to see the awe-inspiring creatures up close.

  • Cape Town

    Spend the day indulging on a gourmet tour of the Cape Winelands. Take in the area’s rollicking streams, lush valleys and verdant hills as you sample delicious wines and mouthwatering cheeses at Anura Vineyards and Waterford Estate. In the afternoon, relax under historic oaks as you have lunch at the award-winning Terroir Restaurant, where you can enjoy fresh-caught seafood and locally sourced produce while taking in views of the Kleine Zalze Lodge’s gardens and vineyards.

  • Depart Cape Town

    Board a flight home at the Cape Town International Airport.

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