You'll get an incredible perspective of Namibia's desert landscapes as you journey on a Private Air Safari
Take your private plane to Walvis Bay for a dolphin and seal cruise with a beach picnic
Keep a close eye out for elephants, zebras, lions, and giraffes on game drives in Etosha National Park
Arrive in Johannesburg where you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel in Pretoria. Then enjoy some time at leisure.
Stay: Sheraton Pretoria Hotel
Board your train at Capital Park Station to begin your journey of some 1,600 kilometres. Over the next two days, you’ll travel through a variety of landscapes — from South Africa’s highveld region, through rolling grasslands to the acclaimed winery country of Cape Town. On board, relax in your suite, or unwind with a drink in the Lounge Car or Observation Car.
Stay: Two Nights: the luxurious Rovos RailDaily :
Arrive in Kimberley, famous for its diamond mining past, thanks to the first recorded discovery here in 1871. Enjoy a city tour, then visit the ‘Big Hole’ — the result of a diamond rush and thought to be the largest man made hole in the world. Tour the open-air Mine Museum to retrace the steps of miners before re-boarding your train.Daily :
Stop in the Klein Karoo town of Matjiesfontein and visit the Transport Museum. Back on board, journey through the tunnels along the Hex River in the Hex River Valley before arriving in Cape Town. Disembark and transfer to your hotel.
Stay: Four Nights: Cape Town, Table Bay Hotel at the V and A WaterfrontDaily :
This evening, enjoy a Welcome Reception.Daily :
On a tour, ride the cableway to the top of Table Mountain and take in stunning views, before visiting the Castle of Good Hope. Later perhaps tour Constantia Winelands. Alternatively, take a ferry to Robben Island. Tonight, choose from a selection of restaurants to dine at.Daily :
Journey along scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive today to Cape Point. Take in the majestic South African beach scenery before continuing on to historic Simon’s Town. Visit Boulder’s Beach and its penguin colony.Daily :
Fly from Cape Town to Kruger National Park, South Africa’s largest and most diverse game park. Arrive at your lodge located within breathtaking surrounds. Enjoy the scenery and sundowner drinks.
Stay: Two Nights: Kruger National Park, Kirkman’s KampDaily :
Rise early before heading out on a morning game drive with experienced trackers. It’s then back to your lodge for lunch before setting off again this afternoon. During both drives you’ll experience incredible encounters with Africa’s Big Five. Your day ends with a boma dinner under the stars amid the sounds of the bush.Daily :
Fly to Livingstone in Zambia and arrive at your hotel, on the stunning Zambezi River. Settle in before taking a short walk through the hotel’s gardens to Victoria Falls. This evening, board the Royal Livingstone Express steam train for a journey over the Victoria Falls bridge, while you enjoy a five course dinner, drinks and spectacular views.
Stay: Two Nights: Royal Livingstone HotelDaily :
Perhaps trace the steps of Dr Livingstone on Chief Mukuni’s Village Cultural Tour then visit the Maramba Market. Or enjoy a rhino walking safari in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Alternatively, marvel at spectacular views of thundering Victoria Falls from the heights of a helicopter flight.Daily :
Journey to Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe for your flight to Windhoek, the Namibian capital. Transfer to your hotel upon arrival.
Stay: Windhoek, Hotel HeinitzburgDaily :
Board your private plane and fly to Sossusvlei. Set off on an excursion to learn about the harsh environment of the Namib Desert. After lunch, board a short flight to NamibRand Nature Reserve. Upon arrival, travel by 4WD to Wolwedans Dunes Camp. At the end of the day, head out on a nature drive, stopping for sundowners overlooking the incredible Chateau Plains.
Stay: Two Nights: NamibRand Nature Reserve, Wolwedans Dunes CampDaily :
Venture out on morning and afternoon 4WD excursions that showcase the landscapes of the Namib Desert. Tonight, enjoy a sumptuous dinner prepared by the lodge’s desert chef.Daily :
Re-board your private plane and enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the great Dune Sea of the Namib Desert. On reaching the coast (fog levels permitting), you may also see abandoned mining camps and shipwrecks. Land at Walvis Bay and board a cruise to see dolphins and seals, ending with a picnic lunch along the beach. Continue by plane to Onguma Private Game Reserve, on the border of Etosha National Park.
Stay: Three Nights: Onguma Private Game Reserve, Onguma Tented CampDaily :
During your game drives today, experience Etosha National Park’s wildlife. Here, herds of elephants, lions, and giraffes can be found. You also have a chance of sighting zebras, cheetahs, leopards and perhaps even the endangered black rhinoceros.Daily :
Today presents another opportunity to explore Onguma Private Game Reserve via your game drives.Daily :
Fly to Windhoek, for your connecting international flight home.Daily :
Revamped and spacious tents at Wolwedans Dunes Lodge provide a stylish retreat in a pristine setting
Dine on a five-course meal and cocktails on the Royal Livingstone Express steam train, enjoying views of Victoria Falls
Savour the delicious flavours of a traditional outdoor boma dinner under the stars in Kruger National Park
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