Upon arrival at OR Tambo International Airport, you will be met by member of our team, who will assist you board light aircraft flight to Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe Private Wildlife Reserve.
The reserve spreads to 130 000 acres of private wilderness and it is considered as one of the most pristine wildlife areas in southern Africa. The region is surrounded by the Malilangwe Mountain Range and is home to a wide variety of animals. This private reserve contains unusual habitat of rocky outcrops and baobab trees, and as a result attracts vast amounts of unique animals and birdlife.
Accommodation on B, L, D basis.
Today, after breakfast, you will take light aircraft flight to the Victoria Falls International Airport. Upon landing you will be met by our team member, who will drive you to your accommodation.
There is really nothing that can prepare you for the mesmerising spectacle of viewing Victoria Falls for the first time. 40 km above the Falls, the mighty Zambezi River floats past the wildlife splendor of Matetsi Private Game Reserve. This reserve, splased gently by Zambezi River banks, is amazing habitat spreading to over 124 000 acres of pure wilderness. Matetsi Private Game Reserve provides guided game drives and boat cruises on the river whole year-round.
Activities include twice-daily game drives, sunrise or sunset boat cruises, walking safaris, canoeing, bird watching, fishing and an tour of the Falls, led by an experienced guide. Additional activities at Victoria Falls include various adrenaline adventures such as bungee jumping and zip-lining, high tea overlooking the Falls, horseback safaris and community excursions.
Accommodation on B, L, D basis.
After the breakfast, we will take you across the border to Botswana, where you will board light aircraft flight from Kasane International Airport to the Chitabe Airstip. Upon landing, you will be warmly welcomed by our representative, who will drive you to your selected accommodation.
Here you can enjoy the maze of shiny lagoons, meandering channels and overgrown islands teeming with wildlife. Botswana’s Okavango Delta decorates very heart of Kalahari Desert, and it is known as “the river that never finds the sea”. Its sparkling channels spread over vast Kalahari desert, with their amazing river banks and fertile floating islands. Lion, cheetah, leopard and African wild dog share the this habitat with great herds of elephant and buffalo. Hippo inhabit the deeper channels and lagoons, while honey badgers can be seen in broad daylight. Tall termite mounds are homes for families of dwarf and banded mongoose.
Adventures include twice-daily game drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles and bush walks.
Today we bid farewell to the Okavango Delta, and take you for your flight to Maun International Airport. From here, you will board another scheduled flight to Cape International Airport, and upon landing you will be transferred to your accommodation.
A mix of Malay, Dutch, French, Portuguese and African flavour is reflected in Cape Town’s stylish restaurant menus, where locally produced wines complement popular seafood and curry dishes.
Discover wines at source in the famous Cape Winelands by taking a day tour on one of six wine routes, and explore the historically rich adjacent towns of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl.
If you’d prefer to tap into hops rather than grapes, a number of locally brewed craft beers are sold at pubs in and around the city.
An abundance of flora may be appreciated within the city environs, from the magnificence of the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden to a World Heritage Site featuring more than 9 000 fynbos (‘fine bush’) species in the Table Mountain National Park.
After breakfast we will transfer you to Cape Town International Airport for your flight home.