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1 nt victoria falls / 1 nt chobe n.park / 2 nts savuti / 2 nts moremi / 2 nts okavango delta/ 4 nts cape town / 1 nt jhb

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The historic Victoria Falls Hotel overlooks the Victoria Falls Bridge and the gorges below. Situated in acres of private garden, the charm and tranquil atmosphere of the hotel has earned international acclaim. The elegant decor and the old world charm of this gracious hotel is reflected in the wide colonial verandahs and the Livingstone room with its superb cuisine.
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The historic Victoria Falls Hotel overlooks the Victoria Falls Bridge and the gorges below. Situated in acres of private garden, the charm and tranquil atmosphere of the hotel has earned international acclaim. The elegant decor and the old world charm of this gracious hotel is reflected in the wide colonial verandahs and the Livingstone room with its superb cuisine.
A walk along the hotel's private pathway will bring guests out atop the gorge and provides a magnificent view of the bridge crossing into Zambia. From here one can watch in awe as bungi jumpers fall 111 metres down the world's longest natural bungi jump, towards the mighty Zambezi below.

Day 1; Guests arrive in Victoria Falls airport, welcome and transfer to Victoria Falls hotel;
Lunch at Victoria Falls hotel (NB Should you wish to book 13 minutes Helicopter view over the Victoria Falls or Lion encounter at the rate of us$ 130 per person each activity, please talk to our driver guide)
2:00 pm Guests will be picked up for private tour of Victoria Falls/ the Bridge/ David Livingstone tree/ open market finish the tour around 500pm drop off at the  Hotel
Dinner at Victoria Falls hotel
Overnight at your Hotel

The Victoria Falls;  the "Mosi-oa-Tunya", meaning, in the local language, "the smoke that thunders", which describes the spray and the roar as the Zambezi River drops over 300 feet into the narrow gorge below.
The Falls have fascinated travelers since David Livingstone was the first European explorer to see them in 1855. Sitting the fall from his dugout canoe in November 1855, Livingstone could hardly believe his eyes at such a spectacle. The Falls were named by him for his queen;

Day 2: Breakfast at the lodge
Morning at leisure
1100am guests will be  transferred by road to Kasane in Botswana takes about 1 hour drive meeting with Chobe Game lodge for on ward road transfer by 4x4 vehicle to Chobe Game lodge

CHOBE GAME LODGE -
Built along the banks of the Chobe River, this permanent game lodge is situated within the park boundaries, Chobe Game Lodge is Botswana's premier venue for guests looking for a perfect base to explore the Chobe National Park. The lodge can accommodate up to 100 people in total luxury, offering a choice of land or water activities and the most complete game experience in the Chobe area. Chobe Game Lodge is owned and operated by Desert & Delta Safaris.
Accommodation           
All 46 rooms at the lodge rooms are are tastefully furnished and overlook the perennial Chobe River. The rooms are air conditioned with overhead "punkah-punkah" fans and include complimentary mini bar and recently renovated en-suite bathrooms, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms have their very own private terrace. For those guests who demand the ultimate in exclusivity, Chobe Game Lodge has four river view suites, each with their own plunge pool and a separate lounge area.

Other facilities within the lodge include a large swimming pool with terrace, a riverside boma area where traditional dancers perform, a fully equipped conference room with seating for up to 100 people, a business center for those guests needing to keep in touch, a stylish bar with an outside terrace overlooking the Chobe River and a cigar bar with a full sized billiard table. Chobe also boasts an extensive wildlife and history reference library with lounge and terrace and a well-stocked curio shop. Meals are catered for at the terrace restaurant overlooking the Chobe River
Lunch /Bunch at the lodge, followed by High tea
P.m Sun set boat cruise or 4x4 game drive start at 300pm for 2 hrs
Return to lodge
Dinner and overnight at your lodge
Day 3: 0530am wake up call, 0545 Tea and coffee
0600am guest to depart for a morning game drive in to Chobe N. Park the drieb takes about 2 and half hours, return to the lodge for Breakfast/Brunch
On time clients will be transferred to Kasane airport for Charter flight to Savuti Elephant camp. Takes about 40 mnts
Savute Elephant Camp is located on the now flowing Savute Channel in Chobe National Park, which is in the rugged, semi-arid wilderness region of far northern Botswana. The camp offers a spectacular bird’s eye view of elephant in their natural habitat. The Savute Channel, one of the greatest mysteries and fascinations of Northern Botswana, is flowing again after nearly 30 years of lying dormant.
The area is known for its exciting game viewing and birding. This area also presents you with the rare opportunity to view rock paintings drawn by the early Bushmen, who once inhabited the region. As this camp is situated in the Chobe National Park, park regulations prohibit night drives and walking. P.m Game activity
Dinner and overnight

Savute offers 12 twin-bedded luxury canvas tents under thatch that are perfectly suited to the desert air and feature lavishly appointed en-suite bathrooms and dressing areas. The tents also have private viewing decks and comfortable outdoor lounges overlooking the Channel
Savute Elephant Camp offers game viewing activities in the morning and late afternoons. These activities take place on a safari viewing vehicle, designed for your comfort and safety. Activities are restricted to set regulations as the camp is within a national park

Day 4: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
 P.m at leisure; high tea is served from 300pm
 P.m activities start at 330 i.e. 4x4 game drives
 Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 5: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
On time clients will be transferred to the airstrip for charter flight to Khwai River lodge, charter transfer takes 20 minutes
Khwai River Lodge is one of the oldest safari lodges in Botswana, opened in the late 1960's by the late Sir Seretse Khama, the first President of independent Botswana. It is located eight kilometres north-west of the north gate of the Moremi Wildlife Reserve. The camp is set under a canopy of old indigenous Leadwood and Fig trees and offers a commanding view of the Khwai River flood plain. This is the perfect location for observing the perennial drama of the African bushveld and provides excellent birding.
Khwai is renowned for its large concentrations of mammals and it is not unusual to see many different types of wildlife from the comfort of your own private deck. As a year-round destination for wildlife, predators can regularly be seen in the area, rated as one of the most prolific in Botswana for viewing wildlife. The exceptional location of Khwai makes it a regular host to Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and Wild Dogs. Birdlife can also be viewed in abundance, with exceptional sightings of wildfowl and raptors near the lodge.
The 15 twin-bedded luxury tents with thatched roofs feature lavishly appointed en-suite bathrooms and dressing areas. The tents are housed on raised wooden platforms, offering great views of the African landscape. The tents are shaded by a traditional African thatch roof. Wildlife is all around you as you relax on your large private deck furnished with easy chairs and a hammock. The deck also provides a spectacular environment for enjoying a private dinner in complete harmony with your surroundings, ideal for a special occasion or just as a treat.
The tent interiors are luxuriously appointed with en-suite bathrooms, a private fully stocked mini bar, four poster bed complete with mosquito netting as well as a discreet air conditioning. For your convenience, in-rooms safes are provided for the safekeeping of all cash, travel documents and other such articles. High tea is served at Khwai River lodge from 300pm
 P.m activities start at 330 i.e. 4x4 game drives
 Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 6: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
 0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
 P.m at leisure; high tea is served from 300pm
 P.m activities start at 330 i.e. 4x4 game drives
 Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 7: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
 0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
On time clients will be transferred by charter flight to Eagle Island Camp
Hidden from the world, deep within Okavango Delta on the island of Xaxaba and surrounded by Ilala Palms, the camp overlooks a lagoon fed by the tranquil waterways of the Okavango Delta.
Day 8: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
 0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
 P.m at leisure; high tea is served from 300pm
 P.m activities start at 330 i.e. 4x4 game drives
 Dinner and overnight at the lodge
The area offers exceptionally high quality wildlife viewing with prolific birdlife and mammal sightings. Built to blend into its environment, the camps offer guests a peaceful setting perfect for enjoying the sights and sounds of the Okavango Delta. The magnificent sunsets can be enjoyed during times of high flood from the camp's  or from the raised deck overlooking the lagoon.
At Eagle Island Camp, your nature experience does not preclude comfort. You sleep in one of 12 twin-bedded thatched tents on raised decks. Each has a spacious viewing deck and outdoor deck with views over the lagoon. The large private decks are furnished with easy chairs and a hammock, ideal for viewing wildlife or for enjoying a private dinner in complete privacy
Activities: Eagle Island Camp’s serene watery base lends itself to quiet relaxation, contemplation and reflection. If, however, you are looking for adventure and excitement then Eagle Island will not disappoint – from walking safaris on surrounding islands, where there is always the possibility of a close encounter, to mokoro and motor boat excursions around the myriad of waterways, the diversity and propensity of the wildlife will fascinate the most seasoned of travelers to Africa


ACTIVITIES AT EAGLE ISLAND CAMP
Game Drives; Eagle Island Camp offers game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, a superb platform from which you can watch all the action of the Okavango Delta. The terrain is rough but the rewards are enormous
Helicopter Flights: Eagle Island Camp offers a rate-inclusive 45- minute scenic helicopter flight above the magnificent game-rich Okavango Delta as part of our range of exclusive activities at No additional charge;

Day 9: 0530am wake up call, followed by tea and coffee
 0630am clients to depart for a morning Game drive; takes about 3 hrs
 Brunch at the Camp
On time you will be transferred by charter flight to Maun airport; takes 15 mnts, arrive at Maun  on time for your flight BP 231  departing at 1400 direct to Cape Town,  arrive at 1640
Welcome by Hlyton Ross and transfer to Mount Nelson Hotel
Dinner c/o guests
Overnight at the Hotel


Day 10: Breakfast at the hotel
0830am you will be picked up for a Private half-Day city tour to include;- Our Cape Town City Tour begins on a high note when we visit Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. You have the option of taking a ride in the cable car to the top of the mountain (own account R195 /us$ 27 and weather permitting). The views are sensational! Take photos of the Cape Flats and beautiful beaches from the top of the mountain.


CAPE TOWN CITY TOUR & TABLE MOUNTAIN
•    Table Mountain - weather permitting
- otherwise Signal Hill
•    A scenic coastal drive through Clifton and Sea Point
•    Green Market Square
•    District Six
•    A walk through the Company Gardens
•    A scenic city tour passing the Houses of Parliament,
City Hall, Castle and Slave Lodge
After tour, you will be dropped off at the Hotel
Day 11: Breakfast at the Hotel
Day at leisure, you may explore Cape Town on your own, visit the craft open market or visit the aquarium, etc
Overnight at the Hotel

Day 12: Breakfast at the hotel
O8h30 you will be picked up for a combine Full-Day tour to Hermanus return about – 17h30
is tour operates during the Whale Season from July to November only.
There is no guarantee that Whales will be sighted although our guides make every effort to find the best viewing point. The scenic coastal Clarens Drive offers spectacular views of False Bay.
WHALES TOUR
We visit the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden with its bird and plant life before arriving at the quaint holiday town of Hermanus.
There may be an opportunity to join boat-based whale watching (for own account and subject to availability).

We stop at a farm stall where you can find natural preserves, jams with a difference, and delicious pastries, and enjoy a cup of tea (own account).
We return over Sir Lowry’s Mountain Pass.
NB; includes a land based whale watching from the shore and along the coast line

Day 13: Early break fast
0700am, you will be transferred to Cape Town airport for BA flight 6406 at 0900 to JHB, ARRIVE AT 1100am, Welcome and transfer to West Cliff hotel
Day at leisure,
Overnight at the Hotel

WEST CLIFF HOTEL
 

Day 14: Breakfast at the hotel
We depart on Private tour to Soweto; acronym for South Western Township is a unique melting pot of cultures of the Rainbow Nation. This vibrant suburb is home to more than 2 million people. They rise above the challenges of daily life in over-crowded and squalid conditions living in their shacks and informal structures. Their creativity and positive attitude is exhilarating! Two Nobel Peace Prize Winners have lived here you will be in awe that so much can be achieved against all odds.

Visit the Hector Pieterson Museum /There is time to visit Mandela House (own account) and Regina Mundi Church where banned political parties held secret underground meetings. /African music pulsates through the lively street markets and locals communicate in many different languages.

We pass ‘The Calabash’ / Soccer City is the largest stadium in Africa and played host to the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final.
SOWETO TOUR
   

A stop for lunch (own account) at a local Soweto restaurant, and then continue our tour at the Apartheid Museum. This is no ordinary museum! It is the beginning of a journey to the birth of democracy. You can feel the tension as you loose yourself in the horror of what took place during this terrifying era.

After Tour, drop off at the Hotel
P.m at Leisure or time you will be transferred to O. Thambo airport for flight MS840 at 2145 for on ward destination




 

 

 

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