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Southern Africa Wildlife Wonderland

Botswana Zambia & Victoria Falls South Africa

13 days

4 Nights Cape Town 3 Nights Kruger Private Reserve 2 Nights Livingstone 3 Nights Okavango Delta

Southern Africa Wildlife Wonderland

From the World Heritage treasures of the “Fairest Cape” and Victoria Falls to unmatched wildlife viewing in Kruger and the Okavango Delta, this kaleidoscope of adventures delivers the ultimate safari experience.


Explore the striking scenery and prolific wildlife from your private game lodge on twice-daily game activities. Don't forget your binoculars!

Discover the intriguing world of the Okavango Delta, the world's largest inland delta, as you explore by mokoro, motorboat and open safari vehicle.

Experience the breathtaking scenery of the Cape of Good Hope and see the amusing antics of the African penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Enjoy a leisurely sundowner cruise on the Zambezi River, and join in the end-of-day ritual which sees wildlife head to the river for their last drink of the day.


1. Queen Victoria Hotel

South Africa, Cape Town

Set in a heritage quarter within the V&A Waterfront, the Queen Victoria Hotel gives you a sense of being within the Waterfront’s vicinity but removed from the frenetic pace of it. Luxury and sophistication emanates throughout the hotel. The attention to detail is something to behold, from customized wallpaper designed with a cameo portrait of Queen Victoria, to the hotel’s very own designer fragrance. This same glamourous sophistication is carried through to each of the individually designed bedrooms, which feature high-tech amenities. Dash, restaurant offers patrons an elegant yet relaxed dining experience. Guest can also dine at Ginja Restaurant at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel, which incorporates a blend of artisanal and wholesome dining options. Additional amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, laundry and valet services, a designer spa, a state-of-the art gym with personal trainer, and pool. The Manor House which has four separate and private exclusive suites is annexed to the Queen Victoria Hotel.

2. Savanna Private Game Reserve

South Africa, Kruger Private Reserve

Savanna is situated in the famous Sabi Sand Reserve in an area where 'Big 5' sightings are so frequent, it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single game drive. The beautifully appointed suites offer spacious and luxurious accommodation, blending the elegance of a bygone era with all the convenience of modern facilities. Each suite has an en-suite bathroom with free-standing bath, double vanities, indoor and outdoor shower and open onto a deck with a private plunge pool. In between game drives, relax in the comfortable public lounge with its spacious patio or at the main pool overlooking the lush gardens and waterhole. A viewing loft above the lounge makes a pleasant nook for a quiet game of chess as well as a bird's eye view of the waterhole, while an adjoining library provides complimentary Wi-Fi. Breakfasts, lunches and candle-lit dinners are served on the deck of the main lodge. On balmy nights, sumptuous barbecues are enjoyed under the stars round a blazing fire in the open-air ‘boma.’ Activities include morning and afternoon game drives in open safari vehicles and guided bush walks, conducted by experienced rangers.

3. The River Club

Zambia, Livingstone

The River Club is a boutique owner-run lodge set on a bend of the magnificent Zambezi River and is the perfect location for a visit to the renowned Victoria Falls. From their elevated positions, the spacious suites are perfectly situated to gaze across the river to the Zambezi National Park on the opposite bank. Renowned for their spectacular views and romantic ambience, each room looks west into the glorious African sunset, best viewed from the privacy of the ball-and-claw bath. Steeped in history, the restored 1940s main building, known as the Zambezi House, has a comfortable lounge with fireplace and a well stocked library. While most meals are served outside on the terrace or by the poolside, the large dining room can seat all guests in one sitting at the impressively long teak dining table. The River Club is a place to relax. There are no early wake-up calls and guests are encouraged to lie in and soak up their surroundings. Set on 50 acres of privately owned land, The River Club offers ample space for couples seeking privacy, or families looking to explore the area and participate in the host of activities on offer.

4. Seba Camp

Botswana, Okavango Delta

Set in an ancient riverine forest in the heart of Botswana's magical Okavango Delta, Seba Camp offers secluded, luxury tents overlooking a lagoon and seasonal floodplain teeming with animal and bird life. The well-appointed, spacious tents are elevated from the ground and are decorated individually, celebrating the different tribes of Botswana in vibrant décor. The tents have en-suite bathrooms and private decks with magnificent vistas of the lagoon. Each unit has an electronic safe, ceiling fan, bathrobes, slippers, and toiletries. The dining area, lounge-library and pool are all set on raised decks with spectacular views. Seba Camp offers both land and water based game viewing activities. Year-round activities include day and night drives, game viewing by power boat and mekoro, birding, fishing, and guided nature walks.


Day 1. Arrive Cape Town, South Africa

Upon arriving in Cape Town, South Africa's "Mother City," you’ll be warmly welcomed and whisked away to your deluxe hotel. The rest of your day is at your leisure to begin exploring one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 2. Cape Town

Spend your day exploring the stunning Cape Peninsula. Drive past the sparkling beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. Wind your way along legendary Chapman’s Peak Drive to the rocky seascapes of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Continue along the coast to the delightful penguin colony at Boulders Beach. (B)

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 3. Cape Town

Today’s sojourn explores the nearby winelands. Learn all about the process of wine making, from grape to goblet. Revel in the scenery…like the picturesque little village of Franschhoek, first settled by the Huguenots. Take a stroll through historical, charming Stellenbosch with its Cape Dutch architecture, absorbing the quaintness of this lovely university town. (B)

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 4. Cape Town

Shop, explore or relax at your own leisure today. Don’t miss a ride on the cable car to the top of iconic Table Mountain for sweeping city and ocean views. Browse the bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and explore the colorful Malay Quarter. (B)

Queen Victoria Hotel


Day 5. Cape Town / Kruger Private Reserve

Take flight for a thrilling safari to a private game reserve in the heart of Big Five country near Kruger National Park. After you settle in to your lodge, meet your expert ranger for your first game drive and begin tracking and learning about the distinct behaviors of the Big Five as well as the wealth of wildlife that awaits. (BLD)

Savanna Private Game Reserve


Day 6. Kruger Private Reserve

Rise early when the animals are most lively for this morning’s game drive. Be alert to capture panoramic shots of the abundance of wildlife across the reserve. Return to your camp for lunch and relax before setting out on an evening game drive. (BLD)

Savanna Private Game Reserve


Day 7. Kruger Private Reserve

Early morning and late afternoon game drives provide the perfect opportunity to get up close to Africa’s incredible animals, while bush walks will teach you about the plants used to make traditional medicines. Savanna is dedicated to helping the local community and you can visit some of these projects during your stay. Tonight, savor fine dining beneath the grand canopy of the African skies. (BLD)

Savanna Private Game Reserve


Day 8. Kruger Private Reserve / Livingstone, Zambia

Fly off to Livingstone. Your boutique owner-run lodge is set on a bend of the magnificent Zambezi River and is the perfect location for a visit to the renowned Victoria Falls. This afternoon, board a small boat for a sundowner cruise along the Zambezi River. (BLD)

The River Club


Day 9. Livingstone

There is no set pattern to your days. Guests are encouraged to lie in and soak up their surroundings. Walk the misty rain forest trails along the falls, go fishing, or visit a local village and meet the friendly Zambian people. Tonight, recline on your deck overlooking the river and be swept away by the sights, sounds and magic of Africa. (BLD)

The River Club


Day 10. Livingstone / Okavango Delta, Botswana

Incredible experiences await as you fly off to your next destination — the pristine wildlife oasis of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. You’ll be treated to the ultimate safari experience at your intimate camp, boasting plenty of game viewing and birding opportunities all year round. Meet your expert ranger for an afternoon orientation to the delta’s varying ecosystems, ranging from lush grasslands to dense mopane bushveld. (BLD)

Seba Camp


Day 11. Okavango Delta

As dawn breaks and the animals begin to stir, gather your camera and join your ranger to begin exploring the annually flooded grasslands surrounding your camp, and beyond into the drier plains. Listen for the trumpeting of a large herd of elephants passing through or the lion’s roar as it guards its pride. After the day cools down, venture out again to look for endangered wild dogs lazing with their pack, and leopards, cheetah and African wildcat prowling the shadows. (BLD)

Seba Camp


Day 12. Okavango Delta

Venture by motorboat or canoe and explore the Delta's secret channels and hidden lagoons. Bring your binoculars to zoom in on the exceptional bird life from the Pel’s fishing owl, to chirping cisticola. Relax until your evening safari when your ranger will spotlight the nocturnal animals. After dinner, gather ‘round the campfire to share your favorite adventures with your safari companions. (BLD)

Seba Camp


Day 13. Okavango Delta / Johannesburg, South Africa / Depart

Wrap up your safari adventure as you fly to Johannesburg via Maun. Connect with your onward flight arrangements. (B)



Land Arrangements (Price per person)

Departure Dates Sep 1, 2022 - Sep 30, 2022
Share Twin/Double From $16,795
Single Room Supplement Starting From: On Request
Departure Dates Oct 1, 2022 - Oct 31, 2022
Share Twin/Double From $17,495
Single Room Supplement Starting From: On Request
Departure Dates Nov 1, 2022 - Dec 19, 2022
Share Twin/Double From $14,895
Single Room Supplement Starting From: On Request

**Surcharges Apply Jan 01-10, Feb 02-07, Dec 19-31. 2022 prices available upon request.

Air Arrangements (Internal Airfare)

Cape Town - Kruger Park - Livingstone, Maun - Johannesburg

Economy Class per person from $1,220

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