Set out on a 13-night journey, gracefully bridging the iconic landscapes of Southern Africa. Your adventure commences in Cape Town, where the shadow of Table Mountain lays gently over historic streets. Venture to Boulders Beach, not just for the soft sands but for the charming company of resident penguins. A Southern Peninsula tour unveils a tapestry of scenic beauty, while Cape Town’s blue flag beaches offer pristine relaxation. Amidst this, a day in the Winelands beckons, where old vineyards tell tales of time and terroir.
From city to natural spectacle, find yourself at Victoria Falls, where the Zambezi River transforms into a thunderous curtain of water, illustrating the grandeur of nature.
Continue to the Linyanti Concession in Zimbabwe: a pristine wilderness where each dawn paints stories of the wild, and every dusk holds promises of the night.
Your sojourn concludes in the Okavango Delta’s watery labyrinth. Here, silence is only broken by the distant calls of nature, echoing the rhythms of life.
Throughout your journey, luxury stays ensure that every evening you’re ensconced in comfort, surrounded by the very essence of each destination.
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On this 13-night sojourn, we’ve curated stays at genuinely remarkable four and five-star properties. They beautifully balance opulence with value, ensuring an experience that’s both luxurious and accessible.
Remember, the world of bespoke travel is at your fingertips; should a different property catch your eye, we can tailor the journey to suit your whims, drawing from our carefully vetted portfolio. Your dream, our blueprint.
Nestled where the Indian and Atlantic oceans converge and shadowed by the majestic Table Mountain, Cape Town offers a stunning mosaic of experiences. This vibrant city boasts pristine beaches, renowned wine regions, and scenic mountain trails, all encircling its lively urban heart. From upscale boutiques and eateries to rich historical landmarks and a modern waterfront marina, there’s a myriad of attractions.
Highlights? There’s the Zeitz Museum, spotlighting African contemporary art; the breathtaking vistas from atop Table Mountain; the charm of Boulders Beach, where curious penguins might greet you in the gentle waves; the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, allowing a canopy stroll amidst native plants, or perhaps an alfresco concert set against mountain backdrops; and the evocative Robben Island, bearing Mandela’s former cell. Every corner tells a story, waiting to be discovered.
Victoria Falls, where the mighty Zambezi River cascades in a breathtaking display, ranks among the world’s most awe-inspiring waterfalls. Straddling the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, the falls, with a staggering width of 1,708 metres, are best admired from the Zimbabwean side.
The quaint town nearby, also named Victoria Falls, offers a prime vantage point for this natural marvel and acts as a gateway to the region’s myriad attractions. For thrill-seekers, the surroundings abound with adrenaline-pumping adventures: from scenic flights and micro-lighting to white-water rafting and bungee jumping. There’s also kayaking and the unforgettable journeys into the heart of Chobe National Park. Every moment here promises a memory.
In the northern reaches of Botswana, edging the famed Chobe National Park, lies the enchanting Linyanti Concessions. Cradled by the Kwando-Linyanti river system, it’s a realm where luxury safaris meet diverse wildlife. These verdant reserves, unfenced and unbridled, are a mosaic of woodlands, ancient floodplains, and dense forests. The dry season sees a magnificent parade of creatures: herds of impala, wildebeest, giraffe, buffalo, and notably, the world’s highest concentration of elephants. Beyond these giants, the area boasts wild dogs, lions, leopards, and cheetahs, frequently gracing the landscape. As dusk falls, embark on night drives, unveiling nocturnal wonders like civets, genets, honey badgers, and spring hares. Linyanti, a vast sanctuary, offers an intimate African escapade for those longing for seclusion amidst the continent’s heartbeats.
Nestled along the Khwai River, close to the renowned Okavango wetlands, lies the village of Khwai in Botswana’s North-West District. This tranquil enclave is the perfect threshold to the wondrous Moremi Game Reserve, celebrated for its rich wildlife tapestry. Positioned just shy of Moremi’s North Gate, Khwai is a delightful base, opening up a realm of scenic splendour.
The landscapes here are a mesmerising blend: expansive grasslands, mosaic lagoons, shallow pans, and dense woodlands. As you explore, anticipate sightings of majestic creatures such as lions, leopards, elephants, cheetahs, hippos, wild dogs, and buffaloes. Beyond the natural allure, immerse yourself in the heritage of the San community and embrace a plethora of ecotourism adventures.
Nestled in Botswana’s Northwestern realm, the Okavango Delta, a World Heritage Site, stands as the planet’s grandest inland delta. Born from the expansive Okavango River, it cascades onto the arid terrains of the Kalahari, crafting a mesmerising oasis interwoven with sinuous channels and pristine lagoons adorned with water lilies. This verdant sanctuary, spanning over 15,000 square kilometres, houses fertile floodplains and reed-clad isles teeming with a rich tapestry of wildlife.
As a visitor, there’s a treasure trove of experiences to delve into, from game viewing and fishing to bird watching. Drift peacefully in a traditional Mokoro, a dugout canoe, guided by local expertise through this aquatic wonderland. Anticipate encounters with majestic beings like lions, rhinos, leopards, giraffes, hippos, elephants, crocodiles, and a symphony of avian life.