Meet our local representative on arrival at OR Tambo International Airport
Scheduled flight from Johannesburg - Victoria Falls (flight cost not included)
Road transfer to Victoria Falls Safari Club (approx 25 minutes)
Stay at Victoria Falls Safari Club for 2 nights
Situated within the grounds of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge resort, only four kilometers from Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side, is the Victoria Falls Safari Club. Set high on a natural plateau, the Safari Club borders the Zambezi National Park and overlooks a private waterhole with uninterrupted bushveld views and spectacular African sunsets. Accommodation is in 20 modern rooms of which four are suites. The rooms feature en-suite bathrooms with separate bath and shower, customized toiletries, air-conditioning, beverage station including an espresso machine, minibar and complimentary WiFi. All the rooms have sliding glass doors and gauze screens leading to a balcony, and the suites include an extra sitting room. Facilities for Safari Club residents include a welcome zone with private check-in, breakfast served in the Safari Club lounge, private deck overlooking the waterhole, bar and light meal service and complimentary afternoon tea, pastries, evening cocktails and snacks. With an emphasis on privacy, residents at the Safari Club have access to all the resort facilities, which includes the swimming pool, however no other resort residents have access to the Safari Club wing. The Safari Club operates a complimentary scheduled shuttle service to and from Victoria Falls, points of interest in the town, and The Boma (place of eating).
Road transfer to Victoria Falls Airport (approx 25 minutes)
Wilderness Air shared flight Victoria Falls - Kasane, Botswana (approx 30 minutes)
Wilderness Air shared flight Kasane - King’s Pool (approx 50 minutes)
Stay at King’s Pool Camp for 2 nights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Overlooking the King’s Pool Lagoon, so named for the Scandinavian regent that once camped here, King’s Pool is one of the gems of Chobe National Park. The wildlife-rich landscape unfolds before you on your morning and evening game drives: impala, kudu, zebra, giraffe, sable, waterbuck and buffalo, as well as cheetah, leopard, lion, hyena and the mighty elephant. When not driving across the plains, embark on a sundowner cruise on the Linyanti River or settle in to one of the well-placed hides, where you can safely glimpse wildlife that is mere feet away. Back at camp, listen to the hippos splash and snort in the lagoon as you lounge in the shelter of your open-air sala, while en-suite elegance awaits inside the folds of one of the nine luxury tents here: including a large bedroom area, lounge, double showers and a separate flush toilet. Go for a refreshing dip in your private plunge pool, or perhaps enjoy the outdoor shower under a canopy of stars. In the center of camp are the thatched main lounge, pub, dining room and a boma for al fresco enjoyment of the superb fare here. The whole camp is raised up, allowing you to see game from the comfort of a deck chair as they walk freely below.
Wilderness Air shared flight Kings Pool - Mombo (approx 45 minutes)
Stay at Mombo Camp for 3 nights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Nestled in the shade of ebony and fig trees on the eponymous island, Mombo and Little Mombo are effortlessly elegant and worthy of their status among Travel + Leisure top 20 hotels in the world. The camps were designed by noted architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens to blend white-glove luxury with the rugged Okavango Delta landscape: to complement, rather than co-opt, this spectacular setting. The result is a superb achievement: nine ultra-luxury, en-suite tents (with another three at Little Mombo, providing a more private experience) set on stilts, with spectacular views of the open floodplain. Inside each tent are exquisite details like reed blinds, porcupine lampshades and even Congolese pygmy beds converted into coffee tables. Outside, your outdoor shower and private deck provide plenty of places to immerse yourself in the serene surroundings. Wile away the afternoons at the swimming pool and savor delectable meals under the stars in the enclosed boma. And of course, Mombo offers an unparalleled wildlife-viewing experience in the Moremi Game Reserve, in fact, it is a favorite of National Geographic and BBC wildlife documentary crews. You will encounter plains game as well as lions, leopard and cheetah, not to mention a possible sighting of rare rhino species (both Black and White), which were reintroduced here in 2001.
Scheduled flight Maun - Cape Town (flight cost not included)
Private transfer to The One and Only Hotel (approx 30 minutes)
Stay at The One and Only Hotel, Marina Harbour Room for 3 nights
The One & Only Hotel, Cape Town is a destination unto itself. Generous interior spaces are adorned with fabrics and furnishings recalling the warm, muted tones of Africa savannahs, with bright splashes of colour paying tribute to the vibrant personality of the land. Sumptuously appointed over-sized baths are complete with roomy rain shower, private water closet and dual marble vanity. Discerning travelers are invited to discover the celebrated cuisines of Nobuyuki Nobu Matsuhisa and Reuben Riffel, socialize in the high-energy vibe of Vista Bar & Lounge and sample rare and undiscovered vintages at the stunning Wine Loft. The sublime calm of the most expansive and sophisticated spa offers an indulgent escape, while NEO Boutique debuts an enviable collection of designer fashions, some available for the first time in South Africa. As the first luxury hotel to open in Cape Town in nearly a decade, the resort is designed to celebrate the wine, art, design and spirit of the city, balancing contemporary glamour with an authentic South African style. With unrivalled hospitality and exacting attention to detail, with the genuine warmth and charm of South Africa, guests enjoy an exceptional standard of service.
Private transfer to Cape Town International Airport (approx 30 minutes)
Scheduled flight Cape Town - Kruger Mpumalanga Airport (flight cost not included)
Federal Air shuttle flight Kruger - Singita (approx 40 minutes)
Stay at Singita Boulders Lodge for 3 nights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Singita means a place of miracles and this world-renowned collection of safari camps certainly lives up to the divine distinction. Inspired by the landscape and enhanced by world-class service, Boulders infuses these rugged environs with supreme luxury. It is as if you have entered an over-the-top oasis in the heart of South African wilds: Senufo artifacts and smooth linen, raw wood and cascading water. Luxuriate in the serenity of your suite, featuring magnificent en suite bathrooms, and bask in the pure wildness of your surroundings on the sundecks. Sister camp Ebony?s graceful aesthetic includes timeworn colonial furniture and ethnic crafts, creating a classic atmosphere. Nestled in the shade of jackalberry trees on the bank of the Sand River, the 12 thatched suites at Singita Ebony are places of sublime luxury and quiet contemplation, featuring opulent touches like fireplaces and private heated pools. Famous for its cuisine (not to mention 35,000 bottles of superb South African wine), the chef creates dishes bursting with flavor. Of course, there is another reason for Singita standing as the on of the finest properties in the world: the wildlife. Globally renowned for its diversity and concentration of big game, including the vaunted Big Five, the Sabi Sands Reserve features broad, open savannah interspersed with acacia thornveld, rocky outcrops and riverine forest. Herds of buffalo and elephant, large prides of lion, majestic leopard and antelope by the thousands make the 18,500 hectare Singita Private Game Reserve, at the heart of the Sabi Sands, one of the finest locations for viewing the Big Five anywhere in the world.