- Sleeping with elephants
- Exploring Victoria Falls
- Helicopter and microlight flights over the waterfall
- White water rafting and sunset cruises on the mighty Zambezi River
- Wine tasting
- The Mother city
- Robben Island
- Wine and whales
Best time to go: NOVEMBER – JANUARY
Tour at a glance:
This expedition begins at Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, a little community with big adventures. You may ride Africa’s largest land mammal, meander through a jungle, and see the world’s largest waterfall before travelling to Cape Town.
Elephant Camp – y our deluxe tented suite includes an own deck and plunge pool overlooking Victoria Falls.
Sunrise and sunset may be enjoyed on an elephant back safari, and you can join the elephant interaction at meal times.
See Victoria Falls: y ou’ll tour the rainbow-filled rainforest opposite the Falls and the world’s largest waterfall’s prime viewpoint. After the Falls, tour the rest of the town. Victoria Falls has many optional activities. White water rafting and sunset cruises on the Zambezi River below the falls are popular activities.
Once in Cape Town, South Africa, excursions showcase the city’s, suburbs’, and winelands’ features. Table Mountain is one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature. It’s also where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans are said to meet.
Private wine tour: t here will be wine tasting and shopping in Franschhoek. Instead of shopping, visit wineries!
Cape Peninsula excursion: b oulder’s Beach penguin colony and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are two of the day’s highlights. Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is a must-see on every tour of the peninsula.
Cape Town sightseeing: optional repeat journey up Table Mountain in the afternoon. Weather permitting, a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain, a World Heritage Site and one of the 7 New Wonders of Nature, is advised.
Start with Nelson Mandela’s journey through history and into South African hearts. You’ll take a ferry to Robben Island, where Madiba spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, if the weather permits.
Finally, venture out along the Whale Coast for South Africa’s fresh air and natural jewels, from whale watching in the winter to fauna-and-flora walks year-round. Walker Bay Nature Reserve, De Kelders cliff walk, and Klipgat cave are all nearby. Land-based whale watching is suggested from July to November.