12 Day – Cape Town, Kruger Park, Victoria Falls & Botswana Tour
12 Day – Cape Town, Kruger Park, Victoria Falls & Botswana Tour
Duration: 12 Days
Price: EURO 4,700
Cape Town, Kruger Park, Victoria Falls & Botswana Tour
Hit the best of African safaris in top destinations in Southern Africa on a private guided tour! Customize this package in Cape Town, Kruger Park, Victoria Falls, and Okavango Delta. Create an Africa safari memory at the best price. Explore the best adventure in South Africa, Zimbabwe & Botswana holiday tours, perfect for your Africa safari honeymoon in luxury accommodation
Embark on 12 full-day tours of the best African privately guided safaris in the hottest destinations of Southern Africa, including Cape Town, Kruger National Park, Victoria Falls & Okavango Delta in Botswana. Customize and tailor-make Africa’s top safari package to meet your dream African holiday and vacations. Visit Robben Island, Table Mountain, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Whale watching (in season), Boulders Penguins, and Cape of Good Hope. Enjoy a Sabi Sands Safari near Kruger, which is one of the best places to see the Big 5 animals. Explore Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and Okavango Delta, Botswana safari.
Day 1 Checking Inn The Bay Hotel Camps bay
Accommodation for check in.
Welcome drinks on their Arrive
Walking Tour on city Center for Refreshing
Day 2 Nelson Mandela Prison Robben Island
CAPE TOWN – ROBBEN ISLAND NELSON MANDELA
MANDELA GATE AWAY ROBBEN ISLAND TOUR Overview Visit the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island to learn about apartheid and see where Mandela and other activists and politicians were incarcerated during the regime. After lunch 27 years in the prison Nelson Mandela he becoming the president of south Africa. (own expense),and enjoy free time at Bo-Kaap, a neighborhood known for its colorful houses and Cape Malay culture.Guided tour of Robben Island Visit Table Mountain and Bo-KaapGuaranteed skip-the-line accessHotel pickup and drop-off included.
Day 3 Cape Good Of Hope, Penguin
Daily Tours –
The full day Peninsula Tour will take you around the entire Cape peninsula and show you the wonders of Cape Town. From the pristine beaches, to the spectacular sight of Cape Point enjoy a light lunch in Simons Town. Also be sure not to miss the sensational quick visit to the Penguins.
epart: 07:30 – 09:00
Peninsula Tour Full Day Itinerary:
- Clifton & Camps Bay
- Twelve Apostles mountains
- Hout Bay
- Chapman’s Peak Drive
- Ostrich-viewing drive by
- Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
- Cape Point
- False Bay
- Penguin Colony (optional)
- Simon’s Town
- Light lunch
- Kirstenbosch Gardens (optional)
Day4 Table Moutain tour
Table Mountain Cable Car 08h00 or 09h00
Embark on a Cape Town city center to Table Mountain Cable Car
Cape Point private tour including the colourful houses in the Bo Kaap, cable car ride up and down Table Mountain, scenic drive along Chapman’s Peak and a visit to Boulder’s Penguins colony from Cape Town. This tour includes entrance fees to places of interest as per the itinerary.
What you can expect:
Pick up will be at 9:00am from guest’s hotel in Cape Town and surrounds. The first stop will be in the Bo Kaap (Cape Malay Quarters) to view the colourful houses, learn about their history and take some photos. Thereafter, we travel to the Table Mountain cableway station to take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain. Guests receive a guided tour of the mountain and see Cape Town from another dimension. We return to the bottom via the cable car. After this unforgettable experience we proceed along the Atlantic Seaboard, with the mountains on one side and the ocean on the other. We stop at Maiden’s Cove for a photo opportunity with the backdrop of the 12 Apostles mountain range. Passing through Clifton, Camps Bay, Llundadno and Hout Bay, we stop for a photo at the view point on one of the world’s most scenic routes – Chapman’s Peak drive. We continue to Simon’s Town and meet the monument of Just Nuisance – the Great Dane dog who made a name for himself in the South African Naval Base. Next, we stop at Boulder’s Penguins colony to visit these enchanting creatures. You may find them adorably playing in the ocean. Our final destination is the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve for a guided tour and a photo stop at this very popular landmark. From there we travel to Cape Point, where guests can hike to the top of the lighthouse or take the Funicular to the top instead. Our return route is via the Old Cape Road with a drop off at guest’s accommodation between
Pick up and drop off at accommodation (Cape Town & surrounds). Private tour guide/driver. Private luxury vehicle and Fuel. Entrance fees to Table Mountain; Chapman’s Peak drive; Boulders Penguins colony and Cape of Good Hope nature reserve.
Day5 Shark Cage Diving Full Day Tour
Daily Tours –
If you are looking for a unique of getting up-close and personal with one of nature’s most awesome predators then look no further. African Eagle offers you the opportunity to spend a day with the Great White Sharks that inhabit the waters of the South African coastline. You will get the chance to dive in the world’s most famous Great White shark hunting ground: Gansbaai’s Shark Alley, at a only 2.5 hour drive from Cape Town.
- Approx 2-3 hours out at sea to enjoy the interaction with one of the natures most awesome predators
- Viewing of Great White Sharks, seals, various birdlife and whales in season
- Unique experience
Early departure from your hotel
An early departure is necessary to be able to spend as much time as possible in the presence of the Great White. Breakfast will be provided on arrival in Gansbaai, so no need to worry about missing your hotel’s morning treats. After a full security briefing you will make your way to the boat waiting to take you out to the world-famous Shark Alley, off the coast of Ganbaai.
Upon anchoring at Shark Alley you will get the chance to observe all of its inhabitants, from its seals and various birdlife, to Southern Right Whales visiting its waters in season (July to November), and of course the Great White shark. A wetsuit and a diving mask will be provided for you to share the waters with the awesome creature from the safety of a cage which is attached to the boat and floats right next to it. The time you spend into the cage is between 10 and 30 minutes as it depends on the weather and the number of spotted sharks. No diving experience is required.
Day6 Big Five Safari Sabi Sands
Sabi Sands is the best place in the world to see the Big Five
Seeing the “Big Five” in the wild is one of the most memorable things one can ever experience. The African continent is the only place in the world where big game still roams freely in great numbers. In particular, the Kruger National Park area and the neighboring private game reserves are famous for the incredible possibilities seeing the Big Five up close. The term “Big Five” is reminiscent of the old safari hunting days. The name is not derived from the size of the animals as many people believe. Rather, these five animals proved to be the five animals that were the most difficult to hunt. Sabi Sands Game Reserve offers excellent possibilities for viewing Africa’s Big Five.
Day7 Big Five Safari Sabi Sands
The most elusive of the Big Five. The African leopard occurs mostly throughout the whole of Southern Africa. The best chance of seeing them is in trees, which they use as an Leopard observation platform or as a safe resting place. Leopards are veritable masters of disguise: if they don’t want to be seen, you can be sure not to see them. Sabi Sands proves to be an excellent place to see these magnificent big cats, and possibly the best in the world as leopards are spotted on a very regular basis.
Day8 Big Five Safari Sabi Sands
Although this animal is sometimes referred to as a bush cow, do not underestimate its capabilities. It has been recorded that an African buffalo can run faster than an astounding 55 kilometres per hour. It is a rather common species that can be found throughout Southern Africa. Male buffalos can weigh up to 700 kilograms. Buffalos can be notoriously bad tempered, especially when cornered or wounded they can become very aggressive.
This grey giant is the largest living land mammal. Elephants are widespread throughout Southern Africa and live in a variety of different habitats. They can survive in desert environments, but are most commonly found in woodlands, forests and savannahs. Elephants are among the most social animals living in groups up to a hundred individuals. There is nothing more impressive that being amidst a large herd.
Two species of rhino can be found in South Africa, the square-lipped (white) rhino and hooked-lipped (black) rhino. These are not names that refer to the colour of the rhino, they both are pretty much grey. The white rhino’s name comes from the Dutch word “wijd”, meaning wide, and refers to the wide muzzle of this particular specie. Black rhinos are much less often spotted, also in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. A group of rhinos is referred to as a “crash”.
Day9 Victoria Falls helicopter Safari Tour
Day10 Victoria Falls Safari Tour
Explore the most amazing guided tour packages and safaris to the majestic Victoria falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe with one of our top private tour guides. Our top 10 picks safari in Vic-Falls are for the entire family traveling with kids and couples celebrating an anniversary or just on honeymoon with a luxury stay at top safari game lodges, private villas, and hotels.
Original local name MOSI-OA-TUNYA meaning “The Smoke That Thunders” Victoria Falls is known for its dimensions that beats all records as the largest curtain of falling water on the planet. Even twice the size of the famous Niagara falls, thus the Capital of Africa’s Adventure. Fascinating and amazing breath-taking sights either by microlight flight or helicopter for better panoramic views. Quad biking and mountain biking to encounter many different animal species. White water rafting in the Great Zambezi River, bungee jump between the boards of Zimbabwe and Zambia for your adrenaline type of activity. Victoria Falls has long been the symbol of the World’s Natural Wonder rated by Unesco 1982. Explorers, thriller seekers find the best experience that is indescribable. Stop arguing and enjoy the tour with us in Victoria Falls, even better when you combine your experience with a Safari in Chobe National Park.
Day11 Victoria Falls Safari Tour
Hwange Safari Lodge is located on the border of the world-renowned Hwange National Park.
The lodge is only 2 hours’ drive from Victoria Falls, a favourite with visitors from all over the world. Home to the world’s largest population of the African elephant, including the presidential herd, Hwange boasts an abundance of other wildlife including buffalo, lion, leopard and a host of other species. The prolific birdlife is a must see for the enthusiast with one of the world’s most diverse population of raptors.
The lodge caters for a diverse range of guests from the lone adventurer to couples, groups, families and tour groups. It offers comfort, modern conveniences and an opportunity to experience the real African wild. Don’t forget, a camera is a must!
Day 12 Welcome To Okavango Delta
A transformed desert to an inward water land is the Okavango Delta with a vast mosaic lush of Africa’s beauty. Rated by UNESCO as one of the seven wonders of Africa that lies in the middle of the Kalahari Desert in Botswana, thus the great Oasis. Okavango Delta is home to gigantic mammals as well as very small creatures making a wildlife paradise where an abundance of prey makes the perfect hunting grounds for a wide array of vicious predictors. In this Delta, water is the lifeblood and it drives nature from a vivid flora and fauna results of iconic aspects.
Why Go To Okavango Delta
- The best traditional Safari experience that you can not get anywhere else in the world is what Okavango Delta offers with no dimensional zone of limit to biodiversity.
- One of the best top destinations to see leopards, elephants as well as nocturnal animals like civet, owls, porcupines, aardvark, etc.
- Perfect water level for dugout rides (Mokoro), boating, game drives, and nature walksCatch and release fishing
- Romance is provided by poster beds, outdoor bathtubs, and private plunge pools for honeymooners. Wildlife roaming in an unfenced camp zone for easy sights.
- Easy to combine with Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Savuti as well as Kruger National Park.
The essentials of Botswana
The Magic of the Okavango Delta
In the northwest of the country, the Okavango River ends its course in the Kalahari Desert to irrigate an entire region of greenery and small rivers. During the rainy season, this oasis becomes a huge wildlife sanctuary where hundreds of species of birds, fish and large mammals such as elephants, hippopotamuses, rhinos and giraffes come to frolic. Without forgetting the predators that lie in wait in the distance, lurking in the tall grass, with front row seats, the first of them, the lion. A magical show.
Northwestern parks: Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan
This vast clay basin made up of savannas , grasslands and even baobabs is the favorite hunting ground of cheetahs and lions who eagerly await each year the great migration of zebras and wildebeests between Makgadikgadi , Nxai Pan and Chobe National Park. . An incredible setting for bivouacs under tents and under starry skies like you’ve never seen before, not to mention the sounds of the surrounding wild nature.