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Splendours Of Southern Africa: Holiday of a Lifetime

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12 Days
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US$ 10,099

This Holiday of a Lifetime captures the essence of this remarkable region of Africa, taking you from world-famous game reserves in South Africa and Botswana to the iconic beauty of Cape Town and the majesty of Victoria Falls. This African vacation combines the best of Southern Africa in one convenient and unforgettable experience.


This special 12-day fully-escorted Holiday of a Lifetime tour takes you from the Kapama Game Reserve to Cape Town and the incredible Cape Peninsula to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and finally Chobe National Park in Botswana. It combines luxury game lodges and hotels with some of the most iconic sights in all of Southern Africa.

Your African Holiday of a Lifetime begins in eastern South Africa where you’ll head on game drives at the Kapama Private Game Reserve. Staying at Kapama Southern Camp, you’ll enjoy luxury accommodations surrounded by wildlife and the wonders of the bush. In the morning, you’ll head out on game drives in search of the Big Five, relying on the expertise of professional trackers to take you through the bush and find these iconic animals. You’ll spot lions, elephants, and leopards, visit the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre to learn about the area’s conservation efforts, and even have the opportunity to ride high above the savannah in a hot air balloon, which is perfect for optimal game viewing. At day’s end, you’ll enjoy sundowners and gourmet dinners back at the lodge.

From Kapama Private Game Lodge, turn west on your Holiday of a Lifetime and visit Cape Town, the “Mother City” and the most picturesque city in South Africa. Perched on the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town is surrounded by breathtaking landscape and boasts incredible cultural diversity. Enjoy a taste of the city’s world-class food culture with dinner at the award-winning Azure Restaurant. The next day, explore the incredible landscape of the coast with a full day tour, heading from Boulders Beach and the naval village of Simon’s Town to the Cape Point Nature Reserve where you’ll ride the Funicular up to the Lighthouse and enjoy stunning views of the coast.

The next day, learn about the country’s history with a full day Walk to Freedom tour. Beginning in the local townships and District Six, you’ll meet locals and learn about the country’s history of apartheid and racial segregation. Afterwards, join a Robben Island tour, where you’ll visit the prison where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years and learn about his hard-won fight for freedom and racial equality. End your exploration of the historic Cape with dinner and a performance of Kaapse Stories from the Mother City at the Rockwell Dinner Theatre. Close out your time on the Cape with a wine and gastronomic tour through the world-famous wineries of the Cape Winelands and Franschhoek, where you can savour unique South African vintages like Pinotage.

Connect from Cape Town to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe to continue your Holiday of a Lifetime. Staying at Victoria Falls Hotel, the country’s oldest and most luxurious hotel, you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the falls, which rank among the best natural landmarks the world over and are one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World according to CNN. After savouring the breathtaking sight of millions of litres of water pouring off the cliff every second, take a sunset cruise along the Zambezi River to spot wildlife at dusk and close out with a traditional drum show and dinner at The Boma, where you’ll indulge in the finest in Zimbabwean cuisine.

Your Holiday of a Lifetime closes in Chobe National Park in neighbouring Botswana. Staying at the luxury Chobe Game Lodge, perched on the edge of the Chobe River, you’ll explore the diverse wildlife of this world-famous national park. Chobe is best known for its massive elephant and hippo populations, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see these incredible animals on game drives and boat cruises. When you retire from your afternoon safaris, you’ll have the freedom to indulge in the luxurious amenities of Chobe Game Lodge, relishing a cigar from the cigar bar or taking advantage of the wellness centre or swimming pool to refresh yourself.

This Holiday of a Lifetime in Southern Africa is an once-in-a-lifetime journey through the splendours of South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Botswana. It combines incredible wildlife sightings with the beauty of Cape Town and the majestic power of Victoria Falls. If you’re looking to experience the best of Southern Africa, look no further.


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Duration
12 Days
Prices From:
US$ 10,099

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Day 1

Johannesburg - Kapama Private Game Reserve

On arrival in Johannesburg, we will be met by our Goway representative and assisted to our domestic flight to Hoedspruit. Upon arrival, we transfer to our lodge for check in, our home for the next 3 nights.  We have time to relax after lunch before setting off on our first game drive in open 4x4 vehicles.  Tonight we dine under the stars, with a bush dinner at the lodge.

Kapama Private Game Reserve offers an authentic African safari experience and stretching across 13 000 hectares, towards the Kruger area. The spectacular Kapama Southern Camp offers beautiful suites. All suites are discreetly hidden in the surrounding indigenous bushveld. Kapama is known for its diverse wildlife experiences and is home to the big five, with its two daily game drives, fascinating encounters with the prolific wildlife is ensured. We have time to relax after lunch before setting off on our first game drive in open 4x4 vehicles.  Tonight we dine under the stars, with a bush dinner at the lodge.

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Duration3 Nights
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Kapama Southern Camp

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    Kapama Southern Camp



    Southern Camp is situated on the southern most section of the Kapama Private Game Reserve and offers luxury accommodation in this tranquil lodge accompanied by warm hospitality and friendly service in one of the best bush locations in country. Alternatively relax in the lounge with ...

    Southern Camp is situated on the southern most section of the Kapama Private Game Reserve and offers luxury accommodation in this tranquil lodge accompanied by warm hospitality and friendly service in one of the best bush locations in country. Alternatively relax in the lounge with a good book and cool refreshment from the bar.

    Make sure your binoculars are on hand to watch the jewelled coloured birds flying around or the animals in the nearby bush. Relax and cool off in the rim-flow pool surrounded by sun umbrellas and recliners for lazy afternoons, just perfect for those hot summer days or to refresh you after an exciting safari through the bush.

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Day 2

Kapama Private Game Reserve

We pay a visit to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, whose core focus is on the conservation of rare, vulnerable or endangered animals. We embark on our afternoon game drive and enjoy sundowners in the bush before returning to our lodge for a sumptuous dinner.

Cheetah Conservation is one of their core disciplines. The HESC present a fascinating insight into rare and vulnerable animal species and animal conservation efforts at large, it offers fun and interactive tours, drives, and excursions. Following an introductory presentation on HESC, day visitors are treated to an in-depth tour of the Centre. Open safari vehicles with experienced guides depart on the hour.

 

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Day 3

Kapama Private Game Reserve

Today we spend the day in the Kapama Private Reserve with the morning & afternoon game drives, taking in the South African wildlife and tracking the animals that may have eluded us. There is also the option to join a bush walk, visit one of the wellness centres, or even take a hot air balloon (wellness centre and balloon ride are on own account).

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Day 4

Hoedspruit to Cape Town

We transfer to Hoedspruit Airport for our domestic flight to Cape Town. On arrival we will be met and transferred to our hotel overlooking Cape Town and Table Bay.  We enjoy dinner tonight at the Carnissa Brassiere.

Cape Town is one of the world's most beautiful cities and a top international destination. Large numbers of tourists flock to Cape Town to enjoy this unique city with its fascinating history, interesting culture, natural beauty, award winning wines and laidback lifestyle. Whether you are a serious tourist or just want to lie on the beach and enjoy life, Cape Town will satisfy your needs. We enjoy dinner tonight at the Carnissa Brassiere

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Duration4 Nights
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Table Bay Hotel

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    Table Bay Hotel



    The Table Bay Hotel is located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the hub of one of the world's most picturesque working harbours and close to the arrival point for cruise liners. Adjoining one of Cape Town's largest shopping centers and with ...

    The Table Bay Hotel is located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the hub of one of the world's most picturesque working harbours and close to the arrival point for cruise liners. Adjoining one of Cape Town's largest shopping centers and with direct access to the V and A Waterfront, the Table Bay Hotel is only a minute's walk from the hive of activity, offering some of the city's finest restaurants, shops, galleries, boutiques and other major attractions. This breathtaking hotel combines the elegance of the stunning neo-Victorian architecture with traditional hospitality. The rooms and suites command magnificent views over the bay to famous Robben Island, and inwards to the city and the iconic outline of Table Mountain. The hotel is within walking distance of Cape Town's city center and numerous cultural and historical landmarks.

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    • Concierge
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    • Currency Exchange
    • Fishing Facilities
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Horseback Riding
    • Internet Access
    • Laundry facilities
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lounge(s)
    • Massage Treatments
    • Padi Dive Centre
    • Parasailing
    • Parking
    • Parking (Valet)
    • Pool (s)
    • Reception (24 hrs)
    • Restaurant(s)
    • Room Service
    • Sailing
    • Sauna
    • Secretarial Service
    • Spa
    • Spa(Hot-tub)/Jacuzzi
    • Supervised Pool
    • Surfing
    • Tennis
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    • Watersport Activities
    • Wedding Chapel
    • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms
    • Windsurfing

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Day 5

Touring Cape Peninsula

A full day touring the ruggedly beautiful Cape Peninsula winding our way through some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the world.  We stop off to see the lovable penguins at Boulders Beach and drive through the quaint naval village of Simon’s Town. Continue to the Cape Point Nature Reserve where we take the Funicular to the Lighthouse. Thereafter a 5 course wine pairing lunch at The Foodbarn Restaurant prior to heading back to Cape Town via the picturesque Chapmans Peak.

Boulders Penguin Colony - The Boulders Visitor Centre is home to the famous colony of Jackass Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call. This is a truly special experience and Table Mountain National Park staff are knowledgeable and offer guided tours. After you have fallen in love with the penguins head to the secluded Boulders Beach and take a swim in the comparatively warm waters of the False Bay.

Cape of Good Hope - Part of the Table Mountain National Park that extends from Signal Hill in the north all the way to Cape Point in the south, the Cape of Good Hope is not the southern tip of Africa, despite lying at the south-west corner of the Cape Peninsula, just a little south of Cape Point on the south-east corner. Cape Agulhas, roughly 150 kilometres southeast of here, holds this title instead. The Cape of Good Hope, however, remains a significant headland in the sense that from here one travels more eastward than southward, and it is not hard to imagine that rounding of the cape in 1488 was a major achievement. This said, the Cape of Good Hope is one of two world-renowned landmarks within the Table Mountain National Park, the other is Table Mountain. These two familiar attractions are what draws thousands of visitors to Cape Town, not a new attribute to the Cape of Good Hope that functioned as something of a beacon for sailors for years and is still widely referred to as 'The Cape' by sea farers. The Cape Peninsula is just a little south of Cape Point on the south-east corner. Cape Point Funicular - The Flying Dutchman funicular takes visitors at Cape Point up to the lighthouse, where there is an outstanding view of the point and ocean. The funicular is named after a ghost ship whose destiny it is to sail the oceans forever. More information can be found at the museum. Cape Point Old Lighthouse - Cape Point's original lighthouse was built in 1857 but it was too high up and it frequently disappeared into the fog, causing ships to crash into the rocks near the point. As a result, a new lighthouse was constructed just above sea level in 1914 as a more practical alternative. You can reach the lighthouse by walking or catching the funicular and, once there, enjoy wonderful views of the beautiful surrounds.

The Foodbarn Restaurant - At the Foodbarn Restaurant, we serve the food that Franck is famous for ... delicious and decadent 'fine-dining' style food but in a super relaxed and characterful old barn. At the Deli during the day, you are invited into our 'home-from-home' by the tantalizing aromas of the fresh bread and the best coffee in the Valley, the uber friendly and caring service, chef Lana's delicious creations, and more.

Chapman's Peak - Chapman's Peak Drive winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world. The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman's Peak. The drive offers stunning 180 degree views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.

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Day 6

Walk to Freedom Tour

We begin the day with a Private Walk to Freedom Tour including local Townships and District Six.  This afternoon we head to the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront where there is a choice to either join the Robben Island Tour (additional cost and must be pre booked) or enjoy leisure time at the Waterfront.  We end the day with a unique Cape Town Dinner Experience tonight is at The GOLD Restaurant.

Cape Town is a melting pot and consequently there are many cultures on offer with the two predominant ones being the BoKaap and the townships of the Cape Flats. The Bo-Kaap, previously known as the "Malay Quarter" is the remnants of Cape Town first freed Malay Slave community and the Townships are where the majority of Cape Town's black population live. During the tour you will interact with locals, visit a Shebeen, as the once illegal pubs are known, get a chance to see some local arts and crafts and visit a Sangoma (traditional healer). Langa Township - Similar to the nearby communities of Gugulethu and Khayelitsha, Langa is one of the many areas that were established prior to the apartheid era designated for Black Africans. The name Langa means "sun" in the Xhosa language, but the name of the township is actually derived from the name Langalibalele - a famous chief who was imprisoned on Robben Island for rebelling against the government. In recent years, the township has started to be rejuvenated as the government has invested in improved infrastructure. The Guga'sthebe Cultural Centre was opened in 2005 and is now the site of many community and cultural activities. Culturally, Langa is relatively homogeneous, with most of the residents belonging to the Xhosa tribe. The community started with very little planned infrastructure but is rapidly developing in many areas, including tourism. During a township tour, you'll experience the "real" Langa and meet many people who are making a difference in the community. District 6 - Apartheid's most infamous removal site.

Robben Island Ferry (optional) - This is where the ferry for Robben Island leaves from. The ticket office also has a little museum and a curio shop. Robben Island Prison (optional) - For nearly 400 years, Robben Island, about 12 kilometres off the coast of Cape Town, was a place of exile and imprisonment where rulers sent those they regarded as outcasts and troublemakers. Daily tours, lasting 4 hours in duration, include the two half-hour ferry rides to and from the island and depart from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Since 1997 Robben Island has been a museum acting as a focal point of South African heritage. In 1999 the island was officially declared a World Heritage Site, after serving as a political prison during the Apartheid era. Freedom fighters, like Nelson Mandela, spent more than a quarter of a century in prison for their beliefs. The 4 hours long trip, including the two half-hour ferry rides are weather permitting. Please note that the Robben Island trip is subject to availability, demand and weather permitting).

GOLD Restaurant - GOLD Restaurant is a vibrant, eclectic Pan-African experience in the heart of Cape Town. It offers a night of opulent feasting with a unique bouquet of live entertainment in a mystical African setting of trees and tents in an inner city courtyard steeped in ancient history and GOLD. During the meal you are entertained by beautifully attired singers and dancers, their costumes were painstakingly researched and designed to reflect the different cultures throughout Africa. Be prepared for a vibrant evening of color, music, food, song and dance; the perfect venue if you want to experience something that is uniquely African!

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 7

Full Day Winelands Tour

After breakfast journey into the tranquil Cape Winelands of Franschhoek and visit some of the world famous wineries, and enjoy tastings at well-known estates. The quaint village of Franschhoek is known locally as well as internationally as the gourmet capital of South Africa. Here visitors are spoiled with a wide range of award-winning restaurants and wine producers amid spectacular settings of mountains, fynbos (local unique vegetation) and of course vineyards. Franschhoek offers a variety of boutiques, specialty and high quality retail shopping including handmade chocolates, crafts and curios of all kinds, art galleries, health and beauty and a market.

First stop is Antonij Rupert Wines at L'Ormarins for a wine tasting.  Then we head next door to Franschhoek Motor Museum (via the Tram) who has an astonishing collection of cars in the middle of world famous vinyards and race horses.

A Light lunch will be served at Greenhouse Restaurant before proceeding for your wine Taste and Tour at Babylonstoren.

Dinner tonight will be at leisure.

Highlights: Anthonij Rupert Wines - Anthonij Rupert Wyne was founded in L'Ormarins in Franschhoek, a state-of-the-art winemaking facility, catapulting the farm into a prestigious wine estate and the beginnings of what is now a sprawling enterprise. There are 2 tasting facilities on the estate:.the Terra Del Capo Tasting Room and the Anthonij Rupert Tasting room.

Franschhoek Motor Museum - The Franschhoek Motor Museum offers visitors a special opportunity to look back at more than 100 years of motoring history with its unique and exciting collection of vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and memorabilia in the magnificent setting of L'Ormarins. Across the length and breadth of Southern Africa, only one place can adequately portray the evolution of the automobile, The Franschhoek Motor Museum. Franschhoek Valley - Famous for its beautiful mountains, excellent wines and unforgettable restaurants. Babylonstoren –

Babylonstoren is one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms. It has a fruit and vegetable garden of beauty and diversity, unique accommodation, fine food and a sense of wellbeing. Dating back to 1692, Babylonstoren is a historic Cape Dutch farm that boasts one of the best preserved farmyards in the Cape. Beloved for its magnificent garden that is laid out over 3,5 hectares (8 acres), the garden is divided into 15 sections that comprise fruit, vegetables, berries, bees for pollinating, indigenous plants, fragrant lawns, a prickly pear maze, ducks and chickens, and more. A secluded path runs along the stream where thousands of clivias flower in spring. The garden also boasts a plethora of trees of historical and botanical import. Every aspect of Babylonstoren - including the contemporary Farm Hotel & Spa, the Farm Shop and Bakery - are led by the ever-changing tapestry and botanical diversity of the garden. The

Greenhouse Restaurant - A state of the art dining room and cutting-edge kitchen sets the scene at Greenhouse, where produce of the Constantia Valley and the region are presented as culinary creations in an intimate taste space. Here guests are invited on a multi-sensory journey of distinctly South African flavours, as they savour and indulge in the delectable creations of Peter Tempelhoff and his team. Greenhouse stretches the boundaries of traditional South African cuisine, brings conceptual creations from the garden, veld and sea to the plate and shares local stories and culinary insights through the dining experience. Expect the unexpected... Greenhouse is where meals translate to memories!

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Day 8

Cape Town to Victoria Falls

Today we are transferred to Cape Town International Airport for our flight to Victoria Falls.

Upon arrival at Victoria Falls, one of the original natural wonders of the world, known locally as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’, we transfer to The Stanley and Livingstone Hotel. This evening we will meet the historian Peter Jones and learn the history of Dr Livingstone and Zambia. Dinner this evening will be served at the gourmet restaurant overlooking the waterhole situated at the hotel.

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Duration2 Nights
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The Stanley and Livingstone

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    When one stays at Stanley and Livingstone Boutique Hotel, Victoria Falls is yours to explore - or to pause in on an active Southern African itinerary. Our Hotel's thoughtful comforts, attentive service, and excellent food enhance your experience by ensuring you are very well taken ...

    When one stays at Stanley and Livingstone Boutique Hotel, Victoria Falls is yours to explore - or to pause in on an active Southern African itinerary. Our Hotel's thoughtful comforts, attentive service, and excellent food enhance your experience by ensuring you are very well taken care of - a hallmark of Stanley and Livingstone. And it is for you to decide how much or little to do. Our Private Travel Concierge is available to assist and complimentary shared transfers link you to Victoria Falls, promising views to take your breath away - if its adventures haven't already!

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Day 9

Victoria Falls

After breakfast you will be taken on a guided Tour of Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. You'll understand it instantly as we tour the Zimbabwean side, for there are numerous spectacular vantage points along the width of the Falls, and the sight of this astounding gift of nature, simply takes your breath away. We'll walk through the permanent, beautifully misty Rain Forest which flanks the Falls, stopping to marvel at the principal sites as it cascades to the depths below; the Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls, the Boiling Pot, Cataract Island and Livingstone Island. Lunch at Lookout Cafe, a perfect lunch stop after touring the Falls. Return to your hotel for some time at leisure. This afternoon embark on a Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi River, a definite must on any trip to Victoria Falls. Dinner is included at the Hotel. Afterwards, we return to the hotel for dinner this evening. 

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Day 10

Victoria Falls to Chobe National Park

After a leisurely breakfast, we transfer to Chobe, Botswana.  The Chobe River forms the northern boundary of the Chobe National Park, renowned for its reliable and diverse game viewing.  This section of the park is best known for its elephant and hippo populations but the waters attracts all manner of game including large herds of buffalo and the lions that prey on them.  This afternoon activity could be either a boat cruise or a game drive in the Chobe National Park.

Chobe National Park - Renowned for its impressive, shifting migratory population of more than 50,000 elephants, Chobe National Park is situated in the far north-east of Botswana, bordered to the north by the mighty Chobe River. As the second largest national park in Botswana, and it has four distinct eco-systems: Serondela in the extreme northeast with fertile plains and thick forests; the Savuti Channel in the west; the Linyanti Swamps in the northwest; and the arid hinterland in between. This diversity of habitats provides a sanctuary to an astonishing array of African wildlife. In addition to spotting Chobe's great pachyderm herds, you are likely to spot lion, leopard, hyena, wild dog, impala, waterbuck, kudu, zebra, wildebeest giraffe, and warthog. The park is also famous for its wonderful riverboat safaris, making Chobe an essential destination for any avid safari enthusiast.

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Duration2 Nights
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Chobe Game Lodge

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    Chobe Game Lodge is the only permanent game lodge in the park. This small and intimate Lodge has interesting Moorish styling and overlooks the Chobe River. The lodge accommodates up to 94 guests in absolute luxury and all the rooms have private terraces. Other facilities ...

    Chobe Game Lodge is the only permanent game lodge in the park. This small and intimate Lodge has interesting Moorish styling and overlooks the Chobe River. The lodge accommodates up to 94 guests in absolute luxury and all the rooms have private terraces. Other facilities include billiards, library, gym, beauty salon, a stylish cigar bar overlooking the Chobe River, a large terraced swimming pool and riverside boma area.

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Day 11

Chobe National Park

An early morning wake up with a light snack prior to our early morning activity. We return to the lodge for breakfast and some relaxation. We then set off for our mid-morning activity and return in time for lunch. Later we embark on our afternoon activity followed by dinner.

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Day 12

Departure

An early morning game drive will begin our last day in Chobe.  We transfer from Chobe Game Lodge to Kasane Airport for our regional flight to Johannesburg, for our international flight home.

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