Visit an estate along South Africa's Garden Route, and indulge in a sampling of the region's famous drop.
Enjoy a traditional boma dinner in a majestic setting under the stars of Kruger National Park.
Savour a delicious dinner and drinks as you journey over the Victoria Falls bridge aboard the Royal Livingstone Express.
These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Personalise your holiday with a choice of included sightseeing options sure to leave you with lifelong memories
Choose from a variety of included dining options sure to tantalise the tastebuds of every guest
Be met at the airport on arrival and transfer to your hotel for a Welcome Reception.
Stay: Three Nights, Cape Town, Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
After a morning of sightseeing, enjoy the freedom to choose how you spend the remainder of your day. Perhaps visit Constantia Winelands; take a ferry to Robben Island where former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was imprisoned; or set off on a heritage tour.
Tonight, choose from a selection of local restaurants to dine at.
Today you will ride the aerial cableway to the top of Table Mountain for spectacular views, then stop by the Castle of Good Hope.Daily :
Travel along Chapmans Peak Drive to Cape Point, and see penguins at Boulders Beach.Daily :
In Robertson, visit a boutique wine estate and sample vintages.
Head east into the heart of the Little Karoo and to Oudtshoorn.
Stay: Oudtshoorn, Rosenhof Country HouseDaily :
Choose to spend the day with creatures great or small. Embark on a meerkat safari or elephant feeding experience.
After a Freedom of Choice experience, visit the Cango Caves, and continue to Knysna.
Stay: Two Nights, Knysna, Turbine Hotel and SpaDaily :
Take a ferry to Featherbed Nature Reserve and travel by 4WD to Western Head for panoramic views of Knysna Lagoon. Conclude your sightseeing with a buffet lunch amid the lush forest environment.Daily :
Perhaps visit Monkeyland Primate Reserve or enter the world’s largest aviary dome at the Birds of Eden sanctuary. Savour lunch before continuing via Bloukrans Bridge to Port Elizabeth.
Stay: Port Elizabeth, Boardwalk Hotel & SpaDaily :
Fly via Johannesburg to Kruger National Park, and transfer to Ngala Private Reserve. Enjoy sundowners at your lodge before a delicious dinner this evening.
Stay: Two Nights: Kruger National Park, Ngala Safari LodgeDaily :
Your day ends with a traditional outdoor boma dinner under the African sky.
Travel through the lodge’s private reserve on morning and afternoon game drives.Daily :
Fly to Johannesburg where you will stay overnight before your flight to Botswana.
Stay: Johannesburg, 54 on Bath or similarDaily :
Over the next two days, enjoy incredible game viewing on safari boat rides on the Chobe.
Fly to Kasane in Botswana then travel by coach and boat into Namibia and transfer to your riverboat on the Chobe River.
Stay: Two Nights: Chobe River, Zambezi QueenDaily :
Prepare for another day of safari boat rides, and see the many elephants that call the Chobe home. Later, maybe visit a Namibian village or try tiger fishing.Daily :
Disembark your riverboat and cross the border into Botswana then onto Zambia. Arrive at your hotel and settle in before taking a guided walk of Victoria Falls.
Stay: Two Nights, Royal Livingstone HotelDaily :
This evening, journey on the Victorian train, the Royal Livingstone Express. Enjoy drinks, dinner and views of Victoria Falls.
Perhaps take a Chief Mukuni’s Village Cultural Tour then visit the Maramba Market; enjoy a guided tour of the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls with lunch; or take a Victoria Falls helicopter flight.
Explore Livingstone with a Freedom of Choice experience, followed by a memorable Signature Experience.Daily :
Transfer to the airport after breakfast.Daily :
With expansive views of Cape Town's famed Table Mountain, enjoy three nights at the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel.
The spirit and mystery of Africa comes alive at this elegant private lodge, featuring your own private cottage.
As a family-owned company with origins that date back to 1927, we know how to make a great holiday extraordinary