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Cape Town Extension

Cape Town has so much to offer with beautiful beaches, dramatic coastline along the Indian and Atlantic oceans, a cosmopolitan center and world class wine country only an hour away. This five day itinerary is a suggestion only and we would be happy to customize your days in the Cape to meet your exact interests and travel style.


2014 Pricing: From $2050, depending on group size

Day 1: Arrival in Cape Town

Arrive in Cape Town where you will be met and transferred into the city to your accommodations for the next few days.  Overnight at Cape Cadogen or More Quarters.


Day 2: Two Oceans Coastline and Kirstenbosch Gardens 

This full day of exploration showcases the Cape Peninsula and the Kirstenbosch Gardens. Begin with a drive down the Atlantic coastline with its stunning mountain and sea views, pausing for photo opportunities along the coastal road. Stop and walk along Noordhoek beach before continuing through the valley to Kommetjie and Scarborough, little hamlets on the Atlantic Coast. At certain times of year, there is a chance to see Southern Right Whales, which come into this bay to mate and calve. A walk to the old lighthouse in the Cape of Good Hope Nature yields spectacular views of False Bay. Enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants along the coast before visiting Boulders Beach to view the African Penguins. The last stop of the day is at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens where a brief time is spent walking through the magnificent display of flora the Cape has to offer. Overnight at Cape Cadogen or More Quarters. [BL]


Day 3: Robben Island and Township Tour

Your morning tour into the Guguletu Township is an eye opening experience that allows you to interact with the African community that lives here. Learn about their lively music and native theologies on this very personalized tour run by the local community. An afternoon ferry ride takes you across the bay to Robben Island. Here you have the opportunity to learn about the history of the island, its native animals and the political prison where Nelson Mandela was held captive. Your guide on Robben Island was one of the political prisoners held captive under the old Nationalist government and shares his memories of the daily life and conditions in the prison. A half hour ferry ride takes you back to Cape Town where you set off on a leisurely hike up Lion’s Head in time to watch the sun go down over this beautiful city. Overnight Cape Cadogen or More Quarters. [B]


Day 4: Table Mountain and Stellenbosch Winelands 

Another exciting day of discovery starts with a journey on the new Rotair cable car that takes under 5 minutes to reach the summit of Table Mountain, 1036 meters above sea level. The views of the city and surrounds are spectacular and there is a chance to walk around the top of the table to view various parts of the city. Heading away from the city, you have the rest of the day to explore South Africa’s oldest wine route and visit a few of the award wining estates that the region is famed for. Enjoy wine tasting, cellar tours and a picnic lunch on the immaculate lawns of one of our favorite estates. In the heart of the Stellenbosch wine region is Spier Wine Estate where we have reserved a table for you to enjoy dinner at the Moyo Restaurant, a unique Cape African dining experience. Overnight at the Wild Mushroom Hotel in Stellenbosch. [BLD]


Day 5: Departure

Transfer to Cape Town International Airport for your onward flights.

Cape Cadogan

A charming 12 room hotel in a converted farmhouse just of Kloof Street which is full of cafes, and restaurants.


More Quarters

A sister hotel to the Cape Cadogan, More Quarters offers small one bedroom apartments 


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Victoria Falls Extension

Victoria FallsDiscover Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Called Mosi-oa-Tunya in the indigenous language, "The Smoke That Thunders" marks the place when the mighty Zambezi River crashes over an cliff of rock both higher and wider than Niagara Falls.


On this two night exploration you embark on a tour of Victoria Falls on the Zambian or Zimbabwean side, game drives within Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, river cruises, fishing excursions and guided nature walks. Other activities on offer in the area at an additional charge include sunset cruises, helicopter flights, micro-lighting, canoeing, jet boating, and white water rafting on the Zambezi River.


There are daily flights to Livingstone, Zambia from Johannesburg, the air hub for travel in Southern Africa.


2014 Pricing: From $1275 per person (airfare from Johannesburg to Livingstone, Zambia not included)

Day 1: Livingtone, Zambia

Make your way to Johannesburg International Airport this morning in time for your flight to Zambia. Your adventure begins as you are met and warmly greeted at Livingstone airport. Transfer in to your lodge and have the afternoon free to relax by the pool or take a sunset cruise on the river. Overnight at Toka Leya.

 

 

Day 2: Victoria Falls

Today you will visit Victoria Falls with a guide. Stand in the spray during an early morning or late afternoon visit when the light glows through the thick mist. Today you can take your first game drive in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, enjoy a visit to a local village, fish for tiger fish, or book one of the many adventure activities that the area is known for (at additional cost). Options include elephant back safaris, white water rafting on the Zambezi (age limit 15 years), microlight flights, bungee jumping, and jet boat excursions. Overnight Toka Leya.

 

 

Day 3: Departure

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and perhaps see some swimming elephants from the deck before your transfer by road to Livingstone airport.

 

Toka Leya Camp

In the Eastern sector of Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park overlooking the mighty Zambezi River, under a shady canopy of jackalberry and waterberry trees is Toka Leya. The camp has twelve safari-style tents, each en suite, with a view of the Zambezi River and some of its islands. The camp's dining and bar area as well as the infinity edge pool are all set beneath a shaded canopy of trees overlooking the river. Read more about Toka Leya.

 

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