Cape and Kruger- From $3,095 per person

Day 1 - Day 5
  • Meet our local representative on arrival at Cape Town International Airport
  • Private transfer to Cape Cadogan (approx 30 minutes)
  • Stay at Cape Cadogan for 4 nights
  • Breakfast Included
  • Declared a national monument in 1984, and ideally located in the City Bowl area of Cape Town, the Cape Cadogan is a boutique hotel that evokes the stately elegance of a 19th century manor. The hotel exudes Victorian charm blended with a sort of bohemian-chic flair, and the result is an atmosphere that would make Oscar Wilde proud. The reception areas are individually decorated and designed for comfort and tranquility. The common area features a fireplace (a cozy spot to lounge with a book from the library, and perhaps a glass of wine) and a plunge pool (ideal for cooling off in the summer), not to mention the on-site gym. Each of the 12 well-appointed suites and one villa are decorated with an eclectic mix of contemporary and antique furniture, and feature modern amenities such as personal bar fridge, tea & coffee maker, satellite TV and DVD player. The service is impeccable, whether it is the concierge recommending the perfect restaurant on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront or the chauffeur offering you a complimentary ride there. Cape Cadogan takes particular pride in sharing the little-known gems of the region, not only hosting you on your journey here, but curating your experience as well (if you so choose). This allows guests to fully appreciate Cape Town as well as the stunningly beautiful Constantia vineyards, Cape Point Nature Reserve and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

    You stay at Cape Cadogan Breakfast
    Day 5 - Day 9
  • Private transfer to Cape Town Airport (approx 30 minutes)
  • Scheduled flight Cape Town - Kruger/Mpumalanga Airport (not included)
  • Road transfer to Lion Sands River Lodge (approx 2 hours)
  • Stay at Lion Sands River Lodge for 4 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • At times at Lion River Sands Lodge, it can seem as though you have the whole of Africa to yourself. The camp is set along the Sabi River in an area well known for a rich assortment of wildlife, including lion, elephant, white rhino, leopard, cheetah, buffalo and wild dog. You will also have access to an exclusive safari area, avoiding the clusters of vehicles and simply enjoying this spell-bindingly peaceful section of the Sabi Sands reserve. The morning and afternoon game drives are excellent ways to explore, but many guests choose to also savor a leisurely picnic lunch at the waterhole, or climb aboard a hot air Balloon ride over the valley, with sun glinting off the meandering Sabi River below. Family owned since 1932, the refurbished look of the camp blends nicely with a traditional ideal of service: the thoroughly trained staff provides an unrivalled and indulgent experience. The decor is a beguiling blend of colonial and African design, with the 18 thatched, air-conditioned bedrooms that include en-suite bathroom, outdoor and inside shower, wooden viewing deck, mini-bar and telephone. In the main area, relax in the private lounge and bar, at one of the two swimming pools or visit the Lalamuka Health Spa. Should you wish to delve further into the wilds, a night in the secluded Chalkey Tree House, a deluxe aerie perched in a 500-year-old Leadwood tree, is an exhilarating option.

    You stay at Lion Sands River Lodge Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Day 9
  • Road transfer from Lion Sands River Lodge to Kruger Mpumalanga Airport (approx 2 hours)

  • Breakfast