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The Big 3 – Cape Town, Kruger Park and Victoria Falls

10 days / 9 nights Cape Town • Kruger Park • The Victorian Falls

Traditionally guests wishing to see the region’s three major attractions – Cape Town, Kruger National Park and Victoria Falls – have had to take a multitude of unnecessary flights and waste a night in Johannesburg. But not anymore! There is a direct route from Kruger Mpumulanga International Airport to Livingstone Airport (the gateway to Victoria Falls), eliminating the need to stay in Johannesburg, however this route does only operate three times a week. This saves you time and money and allows you to make the most of your African adventure, but please speak to one of our expert consultants.

 

Cape Town • Kruger Park • The Victorian Falls

Cape Town – is the second-most populous city in South Africa, after Johannesburg and the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape.

Kruger Park- The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries.

The Victoria Falls – is the most famous destination in Zimbabwe. With its central location to Zambia, Namibia and Botswana, it makes the perfect place to include in your African safari.

Day 1-5: Cape Town
On your arrival at Cape Town Airport you will be met by a representative from our partners in Africa who will transfer you to the Cape Grace. This transfer will take approximately 20 minutes.
Cape Town is one of the most interesting, diverse and vibrant cities in the world. Among the endless array of activities that Cape Town offers, you can explore the city centre, Robben Island or take a cable car up Table Mountain. Alternatively, we can organise private tours, car hire and day trips for you to the surrounding areas such as the Franschhoek and Stellenbosch Winelands or the Cape Peninsula.
There are a lot of things to see and do in Cape Town! Your four days here are sure to fly by. Speaking of flying, your first flight will take you from Cape Town to Kruger Mpumulanga International Airport.

Day 5-8: Kruger National Park
Upon arrival at Kruger Mpumulanga International Airport, you will be met by your road/flight transfer and your wilderness experience begins! You will arrive at the breathtaking Singita Boulders Lodge in time for a delicious lunch which will be followed by an afternoon game drive in the heart of the bush.
A private reserve has many advantages over the national parks in South Africa: vehicles need not be covered; you won’t have to share the roads with other users; rangers can follow animals off road; you can go on bush walks; and the night drives and dinners in the bush will bowl you over. Above all, you and a handful of other guests will have exclusive access to an enormous and pristine game reserve.
Your early morning game drives, bush walks and sunset safaris will be interrupted only by exquisite meals, rejuvenating spa treatments or poolside dozes. Spend the next three days in the blissful routine of eating, sleeping and enjoying various wilderness activities.
Meals: Full board including all local drinks and game activities

Day 8-10: Victoria Falls
At the end of your stay in the Kruger you will be transferred to Kruger Mpumulanga International Airport for your flight to Livingstone Airport on the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls. On arrival you will be met by one of our partners representative and transferred to the hotel. Enjoy a sundowner cruise on the Zambezi and spot crocodile, hippo and other wild animals as the sky turns crimson red.
Also included is a guided tour of Victoria Falls, which allows you to understand the mythology behind one of the world’s seven natural wonders. The remainder of your time here is free to explore at your leisure. If you’re the adventurous type then why not try white water rafting, bungee jumping or even take a helicopter trip over the Falls themselves?! The less adventurous can spend the day browsing in the craft markets and relaxing in one of Africa’s most scenic settings.

Day 10: Departure
After breakfast on your last morning, you will be transferred back to Livingstone airport to catch your flight to Johannesburg, from there you can return home or fly to another African destination, speak to us about extending your tour.
There are so many options available – that’s why we’re here, to help you make the most of your stay and find the right accommodation for you.

Tailor-made Itinerary:
As with all the tours on our website, this is merely a blueprint to show you what is possible. We tailor-make all our tours from scratch for each client, matching the destinations and accommodation not only to your budget but also to your individual tastes and needs! Contact us to begin planning your dream safari holiday.

 

Cape Town
Travel to Cape Town and you’ll discover an enticing mix of modern culture, amazing hotels, fascinating history and exceptional natural beauty… All rubbing shoulders with the magic of the iconic Table Mountain. What’s more, because Cape Town is the home our partners in South Africa, we know the ins and outs of travelling and experiencing the Mother City first hand. We’ll help you choose the top hotels, the best day tours and we’ll make sure your stay here is a memorable one.

Cape Malay, Dutch and British architecture sit cheek by jowl with cutting edge 21st century loft apartments and slick skyscrapers. Sit a while in South Africa’s ‘Mother City’ and take in the buzz and bustle of flower sellers, buskers, food markets and Capetonians going about their daily lives.

The Houses of Parliament sit proudly in the Company Gardens, while the sensational Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is the hottest and most happening part of the city, with boutique shops, the Two Oceans Aquarium and innumerable restaurants from which to watch the comings and goings of the world’s finest ships, cruise liners and luxury yachts. A short ride away is the legendary Robben Island where you’ll find the erstwhile prison cell of Nelson Mandela.

Part of the beauty of Cape Town as a holiday destination, is the close proximity to a variety of a great getaways such as the Cape Winelands and the Garden Route. Combine your time relaxing on a beach in Cape Town with some whale watching in Hermanus, or why not cage dive with great white sharks off Gansbaai? From ambling through the beautiful botanical gardens of Kirstenbosch, to wine tasting at any of our legendary wine estates – there’s no doubt that Cape Town offers a vast kaleidoscope of travel experiences.

From the V&A Waterfront to the historic naval town of Simon’s Town, there really is too much to see and do in Cape Town for just one visit! The V&A Waterfront is the most popular place to stay, with several five and four star hotels all within close vicinity of the shops and restaurants. The City Bowl is a more affordable and still ensures you are close to the city’s major attractions. If you’re looking for beaches then head towards Camps Bay, Bantry Bay, Clifton and Seapoint & Greenpoint. But if peace and quiet and a game of golf are what you’re after then consider staying in and around Kirstenbosch or Constantia in the Southern Suburbs.

Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park is the ultimate place to go on safari in search of the Big 5. The Kruger’s unspoiled and untamed environment stirs deep emotions and enables you to experience wild Africa just as you imagined it. Explore South Africa’s premier game viewing destination in style by going on one of our recommended tailor-made tours. Expert rangers from some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa will take you on a 4×4 adventure through private reserves in order to spot the Big 5 and perhaps even the Little 5. Not only that, but you’ll learn about the most fascinating things that you never stopped to think about – insects, bird life, ecosystems and topography.

The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries. It is approximately the same size as Israel or Wales and covers 20,720 square kilometers. It extends 350km from north to south and 60km from east to west. There is something intensely magical about spending a night under the African stars next to a crackling fire with nothing but the sounds of the bush and the cheer of your family and friends for entertainment.

We use our first-hand experience to create personalised itineraries for our clients. Why book with us? Well because we have the best partner in Africa and it’s more cost effective to book through an agency in Africa so we are able to offer superior rates.

Victoria Falls – Natural Wonder and Adventure Capital of Africa
The Victoria Falls is the most famous destination in Zimbabwe. With its central location to Zambia, Namibia and Botswana, it makes the perfect place to include in your African safari.
One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Falls are simply spectacular. When in the rainy season, they form the largest curtain of falling water in the world – the sight is quite something! And few travellers will disagree that they are the most beautiful Falls in the world with lush rainforest and wildlife around in abundance.
Vic Falls is considered the ‘Adrenalin Capital of Africa’ with an array of adventure activities. Try your hand at bungee jumping, white water rafting along the roaring Zambezi River, and river boarding as well as taking a helicopter trip over the Falls themselves. Go on an elephant back safari through the bush and spot wildlife in the Victoria Falls National Park. For the more sedate, there are sunset cruises, guided tours and walks as well as cultural visits to villages and markets where you can do some souvenir shopping.