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Southern Experience

Duration
24 Days
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Embark on an epic journey across Southern Africa from Zimbabwe to South Africa. On this comprehensive vacation, you’ll see Victoria Falls, head on safari game drives in Botswana, explore the Okavango Delta, venture into the deserts of Namibia, and end your trip in the Mother City of Cape Town.


This 24-day African vacation takes you across Southern Africa, from Zimbabwe to Botswana, Namibia, and finally South Africa. Staying in safari lodges and 4-star hotels, this trip offers a comprehensive taste of Southern Africa and is perfect for travellers wanting to see many countries on one guided trip.

Your trip to Africa begins in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, where you’ll get your first taste of Africa with a sunset cruise along the Zambezi River. The next day, see the mighty Victoria Falls for yourself before crossing the border into Botswana where you’ll reach Chobe National Park, a massive game reserve known for its abundance of elephant herds. Head on a cruise along the Chobe River and spot elephants crossing the watery landscape before passing into Namibia to explore the banks of the mighty Kwando River. Turn back into Botswana and spend two nights in the Okavango Delta. On the first day, head on a game drive through Mahangu National Park to spot elephants, hippos, and all manner of birds. The next day, journey along the waterways aboard a dugout canoe and explore a secluded island.

From the Okavango Delta, leave Botswana behind and enter Namibia. You’ll reach Runu and the Kavango River where you can visit the Mbunza Living Museum to learn about the region’s traditional inhabitants and head on a sunset cruise to enjoy the river awash in golden light. Continue to Etosha National Park, where you’ll spend three days heading on game drives to see zebras, rhinos, and leopards crossing the dry landscape. After discovering Etosha’s hidden secrets, head into Damaraland and meet with the last members of the Ova-Himba, an indigenous Namibian tribe. In Omaruru, you’ll visit a settlement that’s famous for its local arts and business. You can stop by a local distillery and wine cellar and purchase some local crafts.

Cross the desert and reach Spitzkoppe, gazing upon the region’s stunning granite mountains and walking among the boulders to see Bushmen paintings and engravings. Reach Swakopmund, the oasis in the desert and the quaint German town on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Journey along the Skeleton Coast to reach Cape Cross, where you’ll see a massive colony of Cape fur seals. Leave Swakopmund and drive through Namib Naukluft National Park, one of the harshest landscapes on the planet. During your drive, you’ll spot resilient animals like oryx and springbok living in the heart of the desert. Reach Sossusvlei and explore the breathtaking sand dunes of Namibia’s most famous landmark. You’ll also visit Deadvlei to see the blackened trees transforming the desert into a natural graveyard. Head south and pass through Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon on the planet, before reaching the Orange River, located on the border between Namibia and South Africa. Spend a couple days exploring the natural wonders including Ai-Ais, where the mineral-rich waters reach 60°C.

Your African vacation continues into South Africa, the final country on your journey across Southern Africa. Head along the West Coast and pass through Namaqualand, where you’ll see one of the oldest towns in the country. Pass into the Cedarberg Mountains, home to Rooibos tea, and finally reach Cape Town, the Mother City and the nation’s most beautiful metropolis. You’ll spend a couple days in Cape Town exploring its natural wonders and getting a taste for its cultural diversity.

On the first day, ride the cable car up Table Mountain to enjoy spectacular views of the cape. You’ll also explore the Company Gardens, Greenmarket Square, and visit the Malay Quarter of Bo-Kaap, home to brightly-coloured homes and one of the city’s most vibrant arts cultures. The next day, drive along the Cape Peninsula, one of the world’s most famous coastal roads. You’ll drive up Chapman’s Peak, admire the Victorian architecture of Simon’s Town, and see adorable penguins at a colony on Boulders Beach. At the end of your stay, head to the airport to connect back home.


 

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Duration
24 Days
Prices From:
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Day 1

Victoria Falls

On arrival into Victoria Falls, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day may be spent at leisure or partaking in one of the many activities on offer (at own expense). In the afternoon we have a relaxing sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River, basking in the afterglow of the day. This evening you will meet your guide and the rest of the group for your pre-departure meeting.

Duration1 Night
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A'Zambezi River Lodge

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    A'Zambezi River Lodge



    A'Zambezi River Lodge is located in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 25km from the airport, nestling on the banks of the mighty Zambezi river within the periphery of the Zambezi National Park. The imaginative architecture with its sweeping curve of grass thatch blends well with the lash ...

    A'Zambezi River Lodge is located in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 25km from the airport, nestling on the banks of the mighty Zambezi river within the periphery of the Zambezi National Park. The imaginative architecture with its sweeping curve of grass thatch blends well with the lash green lawns. A'Zambezi, with its 83 well-appointed rooms, is the perfect retreat to relax and unwind in the quiet ambience of the African wild life and nature, whilst enjoying renowned services.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Business Centre
    • Children's Activities
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Daycare/Babysitting Service
    • Fishing Facilities
    • Golf
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lounge(s)
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Newsstand
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Supervised Pool

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Day 2

Victoria Falls to Chobe National Park

This morning is available for exploration of Victoria Falls and all it offers. A mid-morning departure takes you on to Botswana for the next two nights. You will have the remainder of the day at leisure or to partake in optional activities.

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Day 3

Chobe National Park

We rise early for a morning game drive in the Chobe National Park, the second largest park in Botswana covering 10,566 km2. Chobe has one of the greatest concentrations of elephant found on the African continent. In the afternoon we go on a cruise on the Chobe River, a truly unforgettable experience and one of the best ways to view the wildlife and the spectacular sunset.

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Duration1 Night
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Chobe Safari Lodge

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    Chobe Safari Lodge



    Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River and shares a border with Chobe National Park. Right on the lodge's doorstep is the meeting of four African countries: Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Chobe Safari Lodge therefore offers an ...

    Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River and shares a border with Chobe National Park. Right on the lodge's doorstep is the meeting of four African countries: Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Chobe Safari Lodge therefore offers an excellent getaway location to Chobe, Victoria Falls or Caprivi. The close proximity to Victoria Falls International Airport, Livingstone International Airport and Kasane International Airport makes it easily accessible, with daily road transfers or charter flights connecting all these airports with Chobe Safari Lodge. The lodge offers 76 individually decorated rooms that offer all the comforts of home.

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    • Gift Shop
    • Gift Shop

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Caprivi

Leaving Botswana, we drive through Chobe National Park before crossing over into Namibia and driving through the Caprivi to our camp on the banks of the Kwando River. The afternoon is at leisure for a number of optional activities, or sit back and relax and take in the sights and sounds of the Kwando River.

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Duration1 Night
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Camp Kwando

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    Camp Kwando



    Nestled on the banks of the Kwando river (Zambezi Region - Caprivi, Namibia), Camp Kwando invites you to come and explore the hidden treasures of an untamed land. Capture the spirit of the African bush while sipping sundowners from the beautiful overhead deck and experience ...

    Nestled on the banks of the Kwando river (Zambezi Region - Caprivi, Namibia), Camp Kwando invites you to come and explore the hidden treasures of an untamed land. Capture the spirit of the African bush while sipping sundowners from the beautiful overhead deck and experience the thrill of the hauntingly beautiful call of the African fish eagle.

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    • Bar
    • Bird Watching
    • Boat Trips
    • Game Drives
    • Swimming Pool

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Caprivi to Okavango Delta

We leave our camp on the Caprivi for Etsha 13, on the western border of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Unlike other deltas, it flows into the Kalahari Desert without reaching the coast, which makes it unique. Enroute to camp we will go on a game drive to the Mahangu National Park which is rich in fauna and flora. In the park you have the chance of spotting game such as sable and roan, elephants, hippos, buffalos, and many types of antelope. For bird watchers the Mahangu National Park offers more than 420 different bird species.

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Duration2 Nights
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Guma Lagoon Camp

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    Guma Lagoon Camp



    Guma Lagoon Camp is situated along the banks of the Guma Lagoon on the northwestern side of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Guma Lagoon Camp is truly a fisherman's paradise and bird watchers' haven. Guma offers both self-catering and full board accommodation. Accommodation is provided ...

    Guma Lagoon Camp is situated along the banks of the Guma Lagoon on the northwestern side of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Guma Lagoon Camp is truly a fisherman's paradise and bird watchers' haven. Guma offers both self-catering and full board accommodation. Accommodation is provided in spacious canvas chalets, all en suite and located on the edge of the lagoon. Alternatively there are seven campsites under shady trees with private ablutions.

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Okavango Delta

Today is spent exploring the network of water pathways floating through thick vegetation in mokoros (traditional dugout canoes), discovering a variety of birds and wildlife. We stop at a secluded island to take a 1 and a half hour guided walk hoping to spot elephants, waterbuck or other animals living in this water filled paradise.

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Day 7

Okavango Delta to Kavango River

Leaving Botswana we make our way into Namibia and head along the Caprivi to Rundu. We make our way to Kaisosi River Lodge and spend a relaxing afternoon at our lodge on the banks of the Kavango River. Optional activities such as a visit to the Mbunza Living Museum, a traditional cultural school and communal business for the local Kavango people, or a sunset cruise are available. Alternatively just relax by the pool with a sundowner listening to the sounds of Mother Nature.

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Duration1 Night
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Kaisosi River Lodge

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    Kaisosi River Lodge



    The Kaisosi River Lodge is situated 7 kms East of Rundu, in the North East of Namibia. on the banks of the perennial Okavango River and on the route to Popa Falls and the Caprivi. They offer you complete relaxation and a true African experience. ...

    The Kaisosi River Lodge is situated 7 kms East of Rundu, in the North East of Namibia. on the banks of the perennial Okavango River and on the route to Popa Falls and the Caprivi.
    They offer you complete relaxation and a true African experience. This peaceful oasis, which can be reached in a normal sedan vehicle, is an ideal place for nature lovers and bird watchers to spend a few fulfilling days.

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Etosha National Park

The following morning we head off to Etosha National Park. We fill the next 3 days with game drives in the hopes of spotting lion, leopard, elephant and rhino as well as cheetah, giraffe, zebra and the numerous different types of antelope the park has to offer. Our nights are spent at the flood lit waterholes encountering the park's various nocturnal animals as they come to drink. Etosha Game Park was declared a National Park in 1907 and it is home to approx. 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish.

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Duration1 Night
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Namutoni Rest Camp

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    Namutoni Rest Camp



    Namutoni is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, and derives its name from the old German fort around which it is built. The presence of the fort gives Namutoni with its 20 bush chalets and 24 rooms, more character than the other rest camps ...

    Namutoni is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, and derives its name from the old German fort around which it is built. The presence of the fort gives Namutoni with its 20 bush chalets and 24 rooms, more character than the other rest camps in Etosha.

    The Fort, which is for pedestrians only and overlooks the King Nehale waterhole, is the hub of activity with two restaurants, a relaxation lounge, swimming pool, a bar, crafts boutique, curio shop, jewelers and bookstore.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Gift Shop
    • Library
    • Pool (s)
    • Restaurant(s)

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Etosha National Park

We fill the next 3 days with game drives in the hopes of spotting lion, leopard, elephant and rhino as well as cheetah, giraffe, zebra and the numerous different types of antelope the park has to offer. Our nights are spent at the flood lit waterholes encountering the park's various nocturnal animals as they come to drink. Etosha Game Park was declared a National Park in 1907 and it is home to approx. 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish.

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Duration1 Night
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Okaukuejo Resort

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    Okaukuejo Resort



    Okaukuejo is located 17 kilometres from the southern entrance of the park, and famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting. Accommodation is provided to suit every need, in premier bush chalets overlooking the ...

    Okaukuejo is located 17 kilometres from the southern entrance of the park, and famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting.

    Accommodation is provided to suit every need, in premier bush chalets overlooking the waterhole; bush chalets and double rooms; or family chalets. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities.

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    • Bar(s)
    • Gift Shop
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    • Restaurant(s)

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Etosha National Park

We fill the next 3 days with game drives in the hopes of spotting lion, leopard, elephant and rhino as well as cheetah, giraffe, zebra and the numerous different types of antelope the park has to offer. Our nights are spent at the flood lit waterholes encountering the park's various nocturnal animals as they come to drink. Etosha Game Park was declared a National Park in 1907 and it is home to approx. 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish.

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Day 11

Kamanjab - Himba Experience

We leave the wild animals of Etosha behind and move onto the spectacular scenery of Damaraland. Our final destination for the day will be Kamanjab. In the afternoon we explore a Himba village, which will be a journey of culture exchange, learning and understanding the ways of the last traditional tribe in Namibia, the Ova-Himba.

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Duration1 Night
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Oppi Kappi Restcamp

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    Oppi Kappi Restcamp



    OPPI-KOPPI is an oasis in the desert and a quiet place to enjoy yourself and recharge before continuing the journey to Damaraland, Skeleton Coast, Etosha or Windhoek.

    OPPI-KOPPI is an oasis in the desert and a quiet place to enjoy yourself and recharge before continuing the journey to Damaraland, Skeleton Coast, Etosha or Windhoek.

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    • Restaurant
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Omaruru

After our cultural experience in Kamanjab we head southwards to Omaruru. Once a mission station, the settlement has great historic significance and has evolved into an artistic hub for local crafts and small industries. We will stop at local distillery and small wine cellar to taste some of its home-grown produce before arriving out our accommodation in the afternoon.

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Duration1 Night
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Omaruru Guesthouse

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    Omaruru Guesthouse is the perfect location for all your accommodation, workshop and seminar needs. Friendly service and clean, comfortable rooms of makes us the trusted choice for family and business travelers across Namibia. We're focused on making your stay as convenient and as comfortable as ...

    Omaruru Guesthouse is the perfect location for all your accommodation, workshop and seminar needs. Friendly service and clean, comfortable rooms of makes us the trusted choice for family and business travelers across Namibia. We're focused on making your stay as convenient and as comfortable as possible so you can sit back, relax and enjoy all the comforts of a home.

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    • Air Conditioning
    • Ensuite Room
    • Fans on request
    • Safes
    • TV
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Day 13

Spitzkoppe and Swakopmund

We move westwards across the desert plains travelling to Spitzkoppe, an iconic group of curved granite mountains with vivid colours. After a walk amongst the boulders to view the ancient Bushmen paintings and engravings, we head towards the coast. We arrive into the charming town of Swakopmund, an oasis set between the expanse of the desert and the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Duration2 Nights
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Hotel A La Mer

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    Hotel A La Mer



    This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Hotel A la Mer offers accommodation in the heart of Swakopmund, a stone-throw-away from the beach and the historical jetty. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar, and the convenience of secured parking and free WiFi. Certain ...

    This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Hotel A la Mer offers accommodation in the heart of Swakopmund, a stone-throw-away from the beach and the historical jetty. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar, and the convenience of secured parking and free WiFi.

    Certain units feature a seating area where you can relax. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. The rooms have a private bathroom fitted with a shower.
    There is luggage storage space at the property. The nearest airport is Walvis Bay Airport, 22.4 miles from the property. Hotel A la Mer is 0.1 miles from the city centre.

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    • Bike Rental
    • Cleaners and Laundry on request
    • Coffee Shop or Cafe
    • Fax/Photocopying
    • Front Desk Services
    • Health and Beauty Services
    • Internet
    • Outdoor Patio Area
    • Parking
    • Shuttle Service
    • Tour Desk
    • Wellness facilities

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Swakopmund

Today we follow the barren Skeleton Coast out of Swakopmund to visit Cape Cross - the largest breeding place of the Cape Fur Seals. The afternoon is spent at leisure to partake in optional activities or alternatively just soak up the atmosphere of this little quaint German town and enjoy its beauty and beaches.

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Day 15

Namib Naukluft National Park

The day is spent driving through the Namib Naukluft National Park on our way to Sossusvlei. The Namib-Naukluft Desert is an ancient land with an ageless spirit. It is home to some of the rarest plant and animal species in the world and sightings of this flora and fauna on a Namibian safari are a must. The animals of this harsh landscape include the oryx, springbok and Hartmann's Mountain Zebra.

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Duration1 Night
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Agama River Camp

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    Agama River Camp is a good choice for those wanting a comfortable, value-for-money lodge experience. Although the accommodation units are fairly small they are cleverly designed and well-furnished. The camp is 35km south of Solitaire, 45km north of Sesriem and only 45 min drive from ...

    Agama River Camp is a good choice for those wanting a comfortable, value-for-money lodge experience. Although the accommodation units are fairly small they are cleverly designed and well-furnished. The camp is 35km south of Solitaire, 45km north of Sesriem and only 45 min drive from the main gate to the Namib Naukluft Park. This makes Agama an ideal stopover for self-drive tourists who wish to visit the red sand sea dunes of Sossusvlei or for those going on a hiking trail into the park.

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    • Internet Access
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
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    • Restaurant
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Day 16

Sossusvlei

The next morning we need to wake up early to visit the world's highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei and Deadvlei. These dunes, which can reach heights of over 300 m, are absolutely spectacular and provide for a fantastic photo opportunity. With luck, there may even be water in the vlei (lake). We also stop to view the Sesriem Canyon, which was carved millions of years ago by the Tsauchab River.

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Day 17

Fish River Canyon

Today is a long driving day. We travel south to our accommodation which is situated close to the Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon on earth. Later in the evening we take in another perfect African sunset with the magnificent views and scenery along the edge of the canyon.

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Duration1 Night
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Canyon Roadhouse

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    Canyon Roadhouse



    Fill up on smiles at this extraordinary and out-of-the-ordinary lodge. Resembling a roadhouse of old with a large red roof, the lodge is a veritable treasure-house and a 'must-do' stop when visiting the canyon. The outside area hints of the wonderland interior with its rusty ...

    Fill up on smiles at this extraordinary and out-of-the-ordinary lodge. Resembling a roadhouse of old with a large red roof, the lodge is a veritable treasure-house and a 'must-do' stop when visiting the canyon. The outside area hints of the wonderland interior with its rusty old Chevys and Fords from a bygone era, adorned with corky quiver trees and desert flora.

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    • 24 Hour Security
    • Bar
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • WiFi

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The Orange River

We leave this morning for our camp on the banks of the Orange River, the natural border between South Africa and Namibia. We stop at Ai-Ais, where thermal water rich in sulphates and fluorides and with a temperature of approx. 60 degrees Celsius gushes forth from the springs. In the Nama language, "Ai-Ais" means "burning water". The next day the only travelling is done in a canoe. Put your feet up and relax as the currents take you downstream the Orange River - mind the rapids though!

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Duration2 Nights
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Felix Unite Camp Provenance

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    Felix Unite Camp Provenance



    Felix Unite Provenance Camp situated in Noordoewer overlooks the great Orange River. Each thatched room is modern and decorated in fresh shades of green. It comes with air conditioning, a fan, tea-and-coffee-making facilities and a minibar. The private bathroom has a shower. The restaurant at ...

    Felix Unite Provenance Camp situated in Noordoewer overlooks the great Orange River. Each thatched room is modern and decorated in fresh shades of green. It comes with air conditioning, a fan, tea-and-coffee-making facilities and a minibar. The private bathroom has a shower.

    The restaurant at Provenance Camp serves breakfast, lunch and dinner overlooking the Orange River. Barbecue facilities are available for guests to make use of during their stay.

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    • Barbeque Facilities
    • Fans on request
    • Mini Bar
    • Restaurant
    • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
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The Orange River

We leave this morning for our camp on the banks of the Orange River, the natural border between South Africa and Namibia. We stop at Ai-Ais, where thermal water rich in sulphates and fluorides and with a temperature of approx. 60 degrees Celsius gushes forth from the springs. In the Nama language, "Ai-Ais" means "burning water". The next day the only travelling is done in a canoe. Put your feet up and relax as the currents take you downstream the Orange River - mind the rapids though!

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Day 20

Orange River to the Cedarberg Mountains

We cross the border into South Africa and make our way down the West Coast. If you are travelling in spring you will see the spectacular carpets of wildflowers in the famous Namaqualand region. We arrive in Clanwilliam in the late afternoon, one of the ten oldest towns in the country, nestled at the foot of the Cedarberg Mountains.

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Duration1 Night
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Clanwilliam Hotel

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    Clanwilliam Hotel



    Ensconced in the magical Oliphant's River Valley, Clanwilliam Hotel is situated off the beaten track. Only two hours drive from Cape Town, the hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, swimming pool and secure parking. Tucked away at the foot of the Cederberg Mountains and perched on one ...

    Ensconced in the magical Oliphant's River Valley, Clanwilliam Hotel is situated off the beaten track. Only two hours drive from Cape Town, the hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, swimming pool and secure parking.

    Tucked away at the foot of the Cederberg Mountains and perched on one of the countries favourite dams, its rich settler history offers a central location for a variety of attractions from flower viewing to bushman art and a range of watersports

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    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Air Conditioning
    • Ensuite Bathrooms
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms

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Day 21

Cedarberg Mountains to Cape Town

Before heading off you can enjoy a local favourite of Rooibos tea tasting. Rooibos is indigenous to the Western Cape and has major nutritional and health benefits. A day drive through the mountains takes us to our final destination, Cape Town. We stop at the beach on the Atlantic Ocean to view Table Mountain across the bay.

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Duration3 Nights
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The Townhouse Hotel

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    The Townhouse Hotel



    Conveniently located accommodation in Cape Town's East City Precinct is the ideal base from which to adventure into the hustle and bustle of the City, whether one is here on business or for leisure. Delve into a foodies fantasy with a plethora of eateries and ...

    Conveniently located accommodation in Cape Town's East City Precinct is the ideal base from which to adventure into the hustle and bustle of the City, whether one is here on business or for leisure.

    Delve into a foodies fantasy with a plethora of eateries and coffee shops surrounding the hotel, wander through underground tunnels, trek Table Mountain or simply take time to relax at our Trees Cafe.

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    • Room Service
    • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
    • Television
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Cape Town

This morning you will be collected and taken by cable car, up the legendary Table Mountain for spectacular views of the Mother City and the surrounding peninsula (weather dependent). Back to the city, you will see the Company Gardens, Greenmarket Square, the SA Museum and colourful and picturesque Malay Quarter known Bo-Kaap. In the afternoon, we suggest a visit to the V&A Waterfront, situated in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, offering an abundance of indoor shopping and entertainment at leisure.

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Day 23

Cape Town

Today we explore the Cape Peninsula. Travelling along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay, we stop at Maiden Cove look-out point before continuing to Hout Bay. Here you have the option to take a boat trip to Seal Island (seasonal and not included in the cost). We carry on over Chapman's Peak, one of the world's most breath-taking coastal drives, to Cape Point and the Good Hope Nature Reserve. In the afternoon we travel on to Simon's Town, a village with charming Victorian architecture, a naval base and a large penguin colony at the beautiful Boulders Beach. Kindly note the reserve entrance fee at Boulders Beach carries an additional cost.

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Day 24

Departure

Our safari ends after breakfast when you will be transferred to Cape Town International Airport. We hope to welcome you again one day on another of our African adventures.

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DEPARTURES:

2019: Jan 19; Mar 2; Apr 14, 21; May 4, 30; Jun 20; Jul 22; Aug 7; Sep 7; Oct 12, 26
Nov 12; Dec9

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • 23 Nights Lodge / Tented Camp accommodation
  • All transport in appropriate vehicle
  • Game drives as mentioned
  • Meals and activities as mentioned in itinerary
  • Park entrance fees
  • Experienced professional guide

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not specifically indicated
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please enquire.

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