Great Kruger National Park
Stretching virtually all the way along the border with Mozambique, it’s said that Kruger has the greatest variety of wildlife in Africa. Lion, elephant, leopard, cheetah, giraffe are present as are a profusion of herbivores. Seeing the wildlife in their natural habitat is a wonderful experience, especially at a waterhole. Spend the next two days exploring the Greater Kruger National Park and spotting wildlife on morning and afternoon game drives.
Overnight: Kruger National Park | Breakfast x 2, Lunch x 2, Dinner x 2
To the Cape
After breakfast on day 4 transfer to Kruger Mpumalanga Airport for your flight to Cape Town. You will be met at the airport upon arrival and transferred to your guest house in the city where you will spend the next four nights.
On day 5 you will embark on a half day tour of Cape Town with the option at the end to take a cable car up Table Mountain for spectacular views of the city. Your tour will take in the Houses of Parliament, the Castle (built between 1666 and 1679 - making it South Africa's oldest building) and the lively Greenmarket Square with its daily market, the Company Gardens. If you choose to head up the mountain you will visit Bo-Kaap after this. Bo-Kaap is home to the Cape Malay community and is full of cobbled streets and brightly coloured houses. From here you have the choice to be dropped at the Waterfront to experience the vibrant location at your own pace with its many shops, restaurants and bars - or at te hotel at the end of your tour.
Please note: The scheduled flight from Kruger Mpumalanga Airport to Cape Town Airport is not included in the price of this tour.
Overnight: Cape Town | Breakfast x 2
Tour of the Winelands
Today take an excursion to the beautiful Winelands for wine tasting on one of the many estates in Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. This delightful drive winds its way through superb mountain ranges, vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads. Your first stop is Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa with canal lined avenues, and magnificent examples of Cape Dutch architecture where you enjoy your first wine tasting, coupled with chocolate and dessert tasting.
Onward over the scenic Helshoogte Pass, to Franschoek, founded by French Hugenots over 350 years ago, and widely regarded as the culinary capital of South Africa. Its beautiful setting and cafe lined street will charm you and a further wine tasting is included at on of the renowned estates in this area. Your final stop is at the town of Paarl, at the foot of a cluster of remarkable granite domes where you do your last wine tasting before heading back to Cape Town.
Overnight: Cape Town | Breakfast
The Cape Peninsula
Today you embark on a fulll day tour of the Cape Peninsula. Take in the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay, before crossinfg over to Hout Bay, where you may choose to join an optional boart cruise to Seal Island. From here you drive to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve via Chapman's Peak, one of the world's most breath taking coastal drives, where you will board a funicular to get to the top of the Peninsula to wirness the symbolic meeting of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans and enjoy spectacular views over False Bay.
This afternoon continue to Simonstown, the naval base, and visit the African Penguin breeding colony at Boulders Beach. Then stop at the world- renowned Kirstenbosch Gardens before heading back to your hotel
Overnight: Cape Town | Breakfast
After breakfast on day 8 transfer to Cape Town Airport for your flight to Johannesburg, where you will then catch a connecting flight to Victoria Falls. Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for the next three nights.
The iconic town of Victoria Falls, which is affectionately known as "Vic Falls", is set on the southern bank of the Zambezi River, at the western end of the mighty Victoria Falls. Zimbabwe's prime tourist destination and a magnet for visitors from around the world Vic Falls has a rich and romantic history. Discovered in 1855 by explorer and missionary David Livingstone, the railway from Cape Town arrived in 1904 and the landmark 198 metre long Victoria Falls Bridge, spanning the immense Zambezi River gorge and linking Zimbabwe with Zambia, was built in 1905.
Please note: The scheduled flight from Cape Town Airport to Victoria Falls Airport is not included in the price of this tour.
Overnight: Victoria Falls | Breakfast
Tour of the falls
On day 9 take a two hour morning or aftenroon tour of the mighty Victoria Falls in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Victoria Falls are a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe. You will be accompanied through the Rainforest by a qualified Guide, who gives a brief history of the Falls and the surrounding flora, fauna, bird and wildlife. Raincoats and camera protective bags are provided when needed. Spend day 10 at your own leisure, further exploring the area.
Overnight: Victoria Falls | Breakfast x 2
After breakfast you will be transferred to Victoria Falls Airport for your onward flight.