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This safari literally takes you to the best safari countries and destinations in Africa. You will enjoy the beautiful sights of Cape Town, then have an exceptional experience in the Sabi Sabi, have a 4 hour walking safari with elephants in the Okavango Delta, visit Chobe in Botswsana for a river cruise and see the majestic Victoria Falls in Zambia or Zimbabwe. Witness the great Wildebeast migration in the famous Masai Mara and enjoy gorgeous sunsets in the majestic Serengeti plains and sit next to the amazing Silverback gorillas in Rwanda. This safari offers you Africa at it’s best. I can guarantee you, there is no other safari like this in Africa.

(6 COUNTRIES IN 30 DAYS – SOUTH AFRICA, ZIMBABWE/ZAMBIA, BOTSWANA, KENYA, TANZANIA & RWANDA)

SOUTH AFRICA – CAPE TOWN & SABI SABI, KRUGER PARK.
Day 1 – Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – Cape Town
Day 2 – Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – Cape Town
Day 3 – Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – Cape Town
Day 4 – Selati Camp, Sabi Sabi Reserve – Kruger Nat. Park
Day 4 – Selati Camp, Sabi Sabi Reserve – Kruger Nat. Park
Day 6 – Earth Lodge, Sabi Sabi Reserve – Kruger Nat. Park
Day 7 – Earth Lodge, Sabi Sabi Reserve – Kruger Nat. Park

ZIMBABWE – VICTORIA FALLS.
Day 8 – Victoria Falls Safari Lodge – Livingstone
Day 9 – Victoria Falls Safari Lodge – Livingstone

BOTSWANA – CHOBE & OKAVANGO DELTA.
Day 10 – Chobe Elephant Camp – Chobe Nat. Park
Day 11 – Chobe Elephant Camp – Chobe Nat. Park
Day 12 – Stanley’s Camp – Okavango Delta – Kalahari Desert
Day 13 – Stanley’s Camp – Okavango Delta – Kalahari Desert
Day 14 – Stanley’s Camp – Okavango Delta – Kalahari Desert

KENYA – SAMBURU & MASAI MARA.
Day 15 – The Nairobi Serena Hotel – Nairobi
Day 16 – Samburu Elephant Bedroom Tented Camp – Samburu Nat. Reserve
Day 17 – Samburu Elephant Bedroom Tented Camp – Samburu Nat. Reserve
Day 18 – Samburu Elephant Bedroom Tented Camp – Samburu Nat. Reserve
Day 19 – Tipilikwani Luxury Tented Camp – Masai Mara Nat. Reserve.
Day 20 – Tipilikwani Luxury Tented Camp – Masai Mara Nat. Reserve.
Day 21 – Tipilikwani Luxury Tented Camp – Masai Mara Nat. Reserve.

TANZANIA – SERENGETI & NGORONGORO.
Day 22 – Speke Bay Lodge – Lake Victoria
Day 23 – Serengeti Serena Lodge – Serengeti Nat. Park.
Day 24 – Serengeti Serena Lodge – Serengeti Nat. Park.
Day 25 – Ngorongoro Serena Lodge – Ngorongoro Crater Conservation.
Day 26 – Ngorongoro Serena Lodge – Ngorongoro Crater Conservation

RWANDA – GORILLAS.
Day 27 – Kigali Serena Hotel – Kigali
Day 28 – Virunga Safari Lodge – Volcun Nat. Park – Ruhengeri
Day 29 – Lake Kivu Serena Hotel – Gisenyi
Day 30 – Departure.

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
Itinerary : SOUTH AFRICA

Day 1 DAY 1 – ARRIVAL AT CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA.

Arrive at Cape Town International Airport. Pick up then transfer to Hotel and check in.

In the afternoon visit Table Mountain and do Cape Town Sightseeing Tour.

Overnight at Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – bed and breakfast.

Day 2DAY 2 – CAPE OF GOOD HOPE/PENGUIN COLONY & SEAL ISLAND.

Do Cape of Good Hope Full Day Tour, visit Penguin Colony at Boulders and Seal Island Boat Trip in Hout Bay.

Overnight at Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – bed and breakfast.

Day 3DAY 3 – ROBBEN ISLAND AND WINELANDS.

Do Robben Island Tour in the morning.

Afternoon in the Winelands for some wine tasting

Overnight at Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront – bed and breakfast.

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Day 4DAY 4 – CAPE TOWN TO KRUGER PARK (BY FLIGHT)

Take your schedule flight from Cape Town to Sabi Sabi Game Reserve in Kruger Nat. Park.

Pick up at airstrip and drive to Selati Camp. Do afternoon game drive.

Overnight at Selati Camp – fullboard.

Day 5DAY 5 – SABI SABI GAME RESERVE.

Whole day in the park with game drives.

Overnight at Selati Camp – fullboard.

Day 6DAY 6 – SABI SABI GAME RESERVE.

Drive to Earth Lodge inside Sabi Sabi Game Reserve.

Game drive in the reserve.

Overnight at Earth Lodge – fullboard.

Day 7DAY 7 – SABI SABI GAME RESERVE

Whole day in the reserve with game drives.

Overnight at Earth Lodge – fullboard.

Day 8DAY 8 – KRUGER NAT. PARK, SOUTH AFRICA TO KRUGER NAT. PARK, SOUTH AFRICA TO LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA (BY FLIGHT) THEN TO VICTORIA FALLS, ZIMBABWE (BY ROAD).

Take your schedule flight from South Africa to Zambia.
Arrive at Livingstone Airport, pick up and drive across the border to Zimbabwe.

Itinerary : ZIMBABWE – VICTORIA FALLS.

Day 9DAY 9 – VICTORIA FALLS TOUR.

After breakfast, transfer to Victoria Falls for a guided tour.

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Overnight at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge– bed and breakfast.

Day 10DAY 10 – VICTORIA FALLS TO CHOBE NAT. PARK.

After breakfast drive to Chobe Elephant Camp in Chobe, Botswana.

Itinerary : BOTSWANA

Day 11DAY 11 – CHOBE FOREST RESERVE.

Whole day in Chobe with activities.

Overnight at Chobe Elephant Camp – fullboard

Day 12DAY 12 - CHOBE TO OKAVANGO DELTA (BY CHARTER FLIGHT).

Drive to Kasane and take your charter flight to Stanley’s Camp.

Pick up at airstrip and drive to Stanley’s Camp.

Set in an amphitheatre of Ebony and Sausage Trees on the southern tip of Chief’s Island, in 260,000 acres of untamed African bush, Stanley’s Camp accommodates only 16 visitors. Bordering the southern section of the famous Moremi Game Reserve this private concession is located by definition in seasonal delta. The flood waters arrive in June, though there is often navigable water all year round due to the presence of the Mboro River. The beautifully-appointed tents evoke an atmosphere of “classic Africa,” with hand-crafted beds, antique furniture and oriental carpets combining to create surroundings of colonial-era luxury.  This intimate camp is gathered around a large sitting and dining area which affords magnificent views over the floodplains of the Okavango Delta. From the swimming pool, watch giraffe and other plains game march across the savannah. You might even catch a glimpse of rare wild dogs stalking the plains. This is one of the best places in the world for seeing buffalo in large numbers, with herds often exceeding 2,000.
 
Stanley’s is a small luxury camp consisting of 8 classic styled safari tents raised on wooden decking. The delicately appointed tents exude classic Africa; handcrafted beds dressed with the finest linen, antique furniture individually selected and oriental carpets that transport you to early 19th century Africa. Each unit offers en-suite facilities, a private balcony and is equipped with a hairdryer, ceiling fan, and in-room safe. The camp also provides a torch as well as complimentary mosquito repellant & toiletries.  Hammocks and Morris chairs on the decks are perfect for relaxation in the African sunshine. The main building is raised on decking and offers extensive views over the surrounding floodplains. Stanley’s is carefully blended into the existing tree line, its main support being a large sausage tree. Electricity is supplied by a combination of silent packed generator and battery system allowing 24-hour power supply.

Overnight at Stanley’s Camp – fullboard

Day 13DAY 13 AND DAY 14 – STANLEY’S CAMP

Both days at Stanley’s Camp with activities

You will have one elephant encounter on one of the days.

The adjacent bush around camp is rich with excitement: on game walks, day and nighttime drives, and mokoro excursions, guests can track a wide variety of big-game species, from Giraffe and Elephant to Lion and Leopard. Enjoy thrilling guided game drives in customized open-sided 4X4 vehicles. As Sanctuary Stanley’s Camp is situated on a private concession, night drives are offered and are usually combined with the afternoon activity. The accompanying professional guides are among the best in Botswana. Explore the area on foot with skilled, armed professional guides and experience the bush from a different perspective. The walks are highly educational and offer a completely different perspective of the Botswanan bush. Explore the Delta in a traditional dug-out canoe or mokoro (water levels permitting). Glide through reeds and lily ponds to get up close and personal with wildlife. As part of a unique learning adventure, visitors accompany our semi-habituated herd on daily foraging treks.  Immersed in elephant life, warm bonds of kinship grow from a newly found appreciation of these gentle giants.  Please note that no riding is offered.  The main objective is to initiate a relationship between the guests and elephants. The activity encompasses a leisurely paced walk with a trio of semi-habituated elephants, becoming personally acquainted with them, observing and interacting with them and a picnic lunch in their company.

Duration: 4 hours in the morning culminating in a picnic lunch in the bush.
Maximum number of guests: 10 on an activity.
Currently, Grey Matters, Doug and Sandi Groves’ Botswana-based company, supports the elephant trio: Jabu, Thembi and Morula.

You are invited to discover the elephants, from the bristled ends of their long tails to the tip of their powerful yet sensitive trunks.  Marvel at their big ears, thoughtful eyes and enormous padded feet. Trace the textures of their skin and the silken polish of their ivory. Explore the astonishing bonds of kinship forged over more than a decade between the elephants and their guardians in a wilderness of mesmerizing beauty. A delicate blink of Morula’s long lashes reveals her sensitive yet powerful personality. Jabu takes you, trunk in hand, with his bold and generous nature and together you slowly uncover the age-old secrets of the African elephant and the mysteries of the surrounding wilderness. Thembi, cute, boisterous and impossible to ignore, infatuates you and transforms your understanding of elephants to a deeper and more personal level. Elephants can live for 50 years, so when Doug and Sandi Groves adopted Jabu, Thembi and later Morula, rescuing them from culling operations that had left them orphans, they knew they were making a life-long commitment to the trio.

Jabu, short for Jabulani, a Zulu name, means happiness and indeed Jabu’s zest for life is inspiring.  Jabu is a proud and handsome bull, who enjoys his role as alpha elephant of the small herd. He is kind, playful, generous, big-hearted and dependable. Of the three elephants he is the most independent and confident. Jabu loves interacting and building solid relationships based on mutual trust and respect. He is predictable and unconditional in his giving.

Thembi, is a common Zulu name meaning trust. Thembi is the sweetheart of the herd and the smallest in stature.  Perfectly formed, pretty and dainty, Thembi knows a few tricks for getting her way.  Smart and very social, she loves to be the centre of attention.

Morula, is named after a beautiful African fruit tree. Her strongest personality trait is one of great gentleness; she is mild-natured, sensitive and easily bruised emotionally.  She can be described as a wallflower but she blossoms beautifully when love and attention are focused directly on her.  Morula weaves a powerful magic of her own as in her quiet and subtle way she captures your heart with her sincere, loyal and sweet nature.

Overnight at Stanley’s Camp – fullboard

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Day 15DAY 15 – STANLEY’S CAMP, BOTSWANA TO LIVINGSTONE, ZAMBIA THEN TO NAIROBI, KENYA.

Take your charter flight to Kasane Airport. Pick up and drive to Livingstone Int. Airport, Zambia.

Take your schedule flight from Zambia to Nairobi, Kenya.

Itinerary : KENYA

Day 16DAY 16 – NAIROBI TO SAMBURU NATIONAL PARK (BY FLIGHT – 1 HR 15MINS).

After breakfast transfer to Wilson Airport for your flight to Samburu departing at 0915hrs. Land at Samburu airstrip at approximately 1030hrs.

Pick up at airstrip by Travel Connections vehicle and driver and drive to camp.

Lunch shall be awaiting you at the Samburu Elephant Bedroom Camp. After lunch, have a short siesta then depart on your afternoon game drive.

Set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in Samburu National Reserve surrounded by doum palms and other beautiful indigenous trees and shrubs sits this small and exclusive camp of 12 luxury tents – all furnished in rustic African style while offering all the comforts expected of a luxury Camp (hot & cold running water, electricity and herbal products). The lounge and dining area offer vibrant safari colours with original oil paintings, soft intimate lighting designed to relax guests returning from an exciting game drive. Huge herds of elephant, prides of lion or the solitary leopard amongst other game are regular visitors around the camp providing excellent game viewing in spectacular scenic background of rugged rolling hills. Dining is a culinary experience with al-fresco breakfast, 3 course lunch and 4 course candle lit gourmet dinner set either under the African sky or inside the well-appointed dining area.

Dinner and overnight Samburu Elephant Bedroom Camp – fullboard.

Day 17 - 18DAY 17 AND DAY 18 – SAMBURU NATIONAL GAME RESERVE.

These days are dedicated to game viewing in Samburu National Game Reserve.

The Samburu National Game Reserve extends for an area of 105 square kilometers north of the meandering Ewaso Ngiro or ‘Brown’ river. It is part of a lava plain that includes a varied landscape of red dirt, thorn scrub, broken volcanic rock, dried river beds, steep hills, and rocky outcroppings, some large enough to be called mesas. Following the river curves, a riverine forest of doum palms, acacia, and tamarind is a magical contrast of cool green. It is attractive to the region’s wildlife and visitors alike. There are elephants, hippos, crocodiles and leopards, as well as plains game, other small mammals and birdlife. The region is home to the rare Grevy Zebra with large furry ears, gerenuk antelope standing on hind legs to feed, Somali ostriches with their distinctive blue legs, and the shy oryx beisa.

Lunch and dinner at the club. Overnight at Samburu Elephant Bedroom Camp – fullboard.

Day 19DAY 19 – SAMBURU TO MASAI MARA (BY FLIGHT – 1 HR 45MINS).

After breakfast take your schedule flight on Airkenya Express at 0830hrs. Land at Masai Mara at approximately 1015hrs.

Pick up at airstrip by Travel Connections vehicle and driver then drive to Tipilikwani Tented Camp.

 

Overlooking the vastness of the Masai Mara plains from the banks of River Talek is an exclusive, intimate yet vibrant Camp of 20 luxuriously appointed riverfront tents. The camp exudes warm and rich colours of Africa. Fine food, personalized service and traditional African hospitality complement its beautiful location.

Depart in the afternoon on game hunting.

Dinner and overnight at Tipilikwani Luxury Tented Camp – fullboard.

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Day 20 - 21DAY 20 AND DAY 21 – MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE.

These days are solely reserved for game viewing in the vast Masai Mara National Reserve.

Do Balloon ride on the morning of day 20.

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The Masai Mara is the most popular game reserve in Kenya. It is an extension of the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania, and offers the best game viewing in Kenya. On these wide open rolling grasslands you can often see an incredible variety of different animals at one time. Perhaps a cheetah mother sits on a termite mound with her punky-looking cubs, while beyond, gazelle, antelope and zebra placidly graze. Giraffe might peer curiously through the trees, while elephants pass on silent feet and vultures circle above. Every year millions of wildebeests migrate north from the Serengeti to the green grass of the Mara. This exciting spectacle usually occurs sometime between July and October.

Even when animals are not highlighting the scene, the views by themselves are worth the trip.

Lunch, dinner and overnight at Tipilikwani Luxury Tented Camp – fullboard.

Day 22DAY 22 - MASAI MARA MASAI MARA TO ISEBANIA BORDER (BY ROAD – 3 HRS) THEN TO SPEKE BAY LODGE AT LAKE VICTORIA (BY ROAD – 4 HOURS).

After breakfast take picnic lunch and drive to Isebania Border. Cross over to Tanzania.

Itinerary : NORTHERN TANZANIA

Day 23DAY 23 – LAKE VICTORIA TO SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK.

After breakfast take a picnic lunch and depart for Serengeti National Park. Arrive at Serengeti Serena Lodge late in the afternoon.

Serengeti Serena Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of a landscape teeming with game. The lodge design is simple but stunning. Inspired by a traditional African village, separate rondavel ‘huts’ house the luxury guest rooms. From the overall impression to the smallest detail, the lodge is rich in the local atmosphere created by indigenous handicrafts and art.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena Lodge – fullboard (breakfast, lunch & dinner).

Day 24DAY 24 - SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK.

This day is solely reserved for game viewing in the park.

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Serengeti is the most famous of Tanzania’s national parks and is one of the world’s last great wildlife refuges. On the seemingly endless and almost treeless plains, there are an estimated three million large animals in constant search of food and water. Most take part in a seasonal migration that is unparallel in nature. Driven by the rains, over one million wildebeest and a few hundred thousand zebra and gazelles move to fresh grazing lands, in columns of several kilometers length and crossing crocodile infested rivers without regard to losses.

Lunch, dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena Lodge – fullboard.

Day 25DAY 25 - SERENGETI TO NGORONGORO CRATER.

After breakfast drive to Ngorongoro Crater to arrive for lunch at the Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

As if in a land before time, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge is built into the rim of a dormant volcano, the plant and ivy-covered native stone blending masterfully with its surroundings. Close by lies the Olduvai Gorge, the ‘birthplace of man’. Today the volcano and surrounding landscape are part of a vast conservation area inhabited by the masai tribe, as well as an extra-ordinary variety of big game and birdlife. Most guest rooms have private terraces with views of the crater floor where countless animals make their home. At Ngorongoro Serena Lodge, visitors co-exist in perfect harmony with the natural environment and wildlife that inhabits it.

Arrive at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge late in the afternoon.

Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge – fullboard (breakfast, lunch & dinner).

Day 26DAY 26 – NGORONGORO CRATER NATIONAL PARK.

This day is solely reserved for a full day game viewing of the crater with picnic lunch.

Ngorongoro crater is without doubt one of the most outstanding natural features in the world and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1978. Stunningly beautiful, the 18 km wide and 600 meter deep caldera is teeming with wildlife and one of the best places to see black rhino. On a full day crater tour to this garden of Eden, with a picnic in a shady grove, most large mammals can be seen.

Lunch, dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge – fullboard.

Day 27DAY 27 – NGORONGORO CRATER TO ARUSHA (BY ROAD) THEN TO KIGALI, RWANDA (BY FLIGHT – 2 HR).

After breakfast drive to Arusha.

Transfer to Kilimanjaro Int. Airport, Arusha for your flight to Nairobi.

Itinerary : RWANDA

Day 28DAY 28 - KIGALI TO PARC NAT. DES VULCANS, RUHENGERI (BY ROAD - 2.5 HRS).

Early departure to Ruhengeri, a 2 hour drive from Kigali. The drive is on a good paved road through the countryside with it’s beautiful terraced hills that characterize the rural lifestyle of Rwanda.

Arrive at the Gorillas Office for registration at 07:30hrs. Then accompanied by the Parc National des Volcans excellent guides, drive to the edge of the park. Have a briefing by the guides on how to behave in the forest and in the presence of gorillas. Afterwards, enter the forest for GORILLA TREKKING.  Once in their presence of Gorilla’s the maximum permitted time in their company is strictly 1 hour. The trek will vary in length and location of gorillas. It will take between 3 and 6 hours. Thereafter, walk back to the parking lot and drive to the lodge for lunch.

The magnificent Virunga Safari Lodge, set on a stunning hillside, has eight bandas with a panoramic view of the Virunga volcanoes and the lakes Ruhondo and Bulera. The terraced gardens on this high ridge are now well established, with a magical sunken paradise garden as their focal point.

Overnight at Virunga Safari Lodge – fullbaord.

Day 29DAY 29 - GORILLA TREKKING AT PARC NAT. DES VOLCANS THEN TO GISENYI.

This morning have an early breakfast at the lodge, then drive 2 Kms to the Gorillas Office for registration at 07:30hrs. Then accompanied by the Parc National des Volcans excellent guides, drive to the edge of the park. Have a briefing by the guides on how to behave in the forest and in the presence of gorillas. Afterwards, enter the forest for GORILLA TREKKING.  Once in their presence of Gorilla’s the maximum permitted time in their company is strictly 1 hour. The trek will vary in length and location of gorillas. It will take between 3 and 6 hours. Thereafter, walk back to the parking lot and drive to the lodge for lunch.
Drive to the shores of Lake Kivu
 
Lake Kivu Serena Hotel is located in the Rwandan resort town of Gisenyi, on the shores of Lake Kivu, the sixth largest lake in Africa. The hotel is ideally situated on a sandy beach, with the nearby Virunga Volcanoes providing a spectacular backdrop on one side and a panoramic view of the lake on the other.
Accommodation comprises of 66 air-conditioned rooms, including 6 luxury suites, 23 family rooms and one room especially equipped for disabled guests. The restaurant offers a stunning view of the lake as you have breakfast, lunch or dinner. Lake Kivu Serena Hotel offers business facilities including a boardroom and three conference rooms available for business meetings, cocktails and banquets.
The hotel also has a gym, outdoor swimming pool and two tennis courts.

Dinner and overnight Serena Kivu Sun, Gisenyi

Day 30DAY 30 – GISENYI TO KIGALI (BY ROAD) THEN TO NAIROBI, KENYA

After breakfast drive to Kigali.
Transfer to Kigali Int. Airport for your flight to Nairobi, Kenya.

Depart as per your international flight back home.

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