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Tour MULTI-COUNTRY: 13 Day Luxury Safari


Why you'd love it!

Experience a luxury Southern Africa Safari across the five most breath-taking landscapes of spectacular Southern Africa. A once in a lifetime, custom African safari adventure where you will enjoy astonishing wildlife, luxury accommodation and extraordinary experiences.

Explore the mountains, rivers and grasslands of South Africa’s extraordinary Welgevonden Private Game Reserve at your leisure. A UNESCO conservation site and the location of your four-night Big-5 Safari.

Soak up the dazzling wonders of Cape Town, where you will revel in all the best sights that the city has to offer as well as a full-day wine tasting tour.

See the astonishing sight of Zimbabwe’s incredible Victoria Falls. Enjoy everything from elephant encounters to white-water rafting, helicopter tours, a visit to a traditional African village and bungee jumping! Enjoy a water safari through Botswana’s stunning Chobe National Park spotting hippos, leopards, giraffes, crocodiles and more from the comfort of the exquisite Chobe River House Boat. Drink in the phenomenal views from the private viewing deck.

A truly astonishing safari adventure across 4 Southern Africa countries, filled with magical experiences that that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.



Destination 1
Big 5 Safari
  • 4×4 land-based safari
  • Shared safari vehicle
  • Luxury accommodation


Destination 2
Cape Town
  • Cape Town highlights
  • Private driver
  • Luxury accommodations


Destination 3
Victoria Falls
  • Victoria falls experience
  • Elephant interaction
  • Optional activities


Destination 4
River Safari
  • Water-based safari
  • Tiger fishing
  • Elephants galore!
Itinerary Details
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DAY 1: SOUTH AFRICA / Arrival in Johannesburg

Bed & Breakfast, a la Carte dinner**

Airport meet and Greet. Just look out towards the information desk located in the arrivals hall for your pick-up with your name on it. Airport meet and greet with 10 minute road transfer to your overnight accommodation.


Full boarding, excl. Top Shelf brand name drinks

Late morning pick-up from your overnight accommodation, followed by a 2.5 hour road transfer to Welgevonden Game Reserve. Check-in, settle-in and enjoy lunch. Afternoon siesta is followed by your first game drive!

Welgevonden Game Reserve is home to the Africa’s world-famous Big 5: lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard; and rhino. Welgevonden offers a truly unique safari experience.

As if the reserve’s beautiful and varied topography and its wealth of wildlife were not enough, the ban on private vehicles within the reserve and the heavily restricted number of guests – combined with the fact that the animals have never been hunted – means you’ll have the kind of up close and personal encounters that you will remember for a lifetime.




Arrive in Cape Town! Airport meet & greet service with private car transfer to your accommodation.

Cape Town, the coming-together of cultures, cuisines and landscapes, there’s nowhere quite like Cape Town, a singularly beautiful city crowned by the magnificent Table Mountain National Park.




Morning return road transfer to airport for your commercial for your flight to Victoria Falls. Airport meet & greet with quick road transfer to your lodge.
Experience the the world-famous Victoria Falls. Take the opportunity to experience the thundering roar and impressive spray that give Vic Falls its local name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means ‘the Smoke that Thunders’. Witnessing the mighty Falls is an awe-inspiring experience as the Zambezi River plummets over 100 feet into the gorge below forming the largest curtain of falling water in the world at 1,7km wide. The impressive smoke-like spray rises up to 400 meters high over Victoria Falls making the mists visible from as far as 50 km away!

TOURS INCLUDED: Please see DATED DETAILED ITINERARY tours currently included in this safari. Changes welcome anytime!


Full boarding, excl. Premium brand drinks

This Chobe River houseboat Safari is the perfect end to your trip. Cruising along the Chobe River at a leisurely pace with ever-changing landscapes.

Morning road transfer to Kasane (1.5 hours via Namibia immigration) for your pick up and boat transfer to the river boat.

The density of game in Chobe makes it one of the most popular and best-loved safari destinations in the whole of Africa, as does the unique prospect of viewing the park’s wildlife and birdlife by boat. Over the years, the stunning Chobe has become an increasingly popular destination for photographic safaris, attracting anything from budding amateurs to National Geographic’s absolute finest.

Spend even just a few hours in this magical place and the chances are you’ll get some of the best nature images you’ll ever take -spot herds of elephants, hippos, crocodiles and many more of Botswana’s prolific wildlife.Check-in, enjoy lunch and off you go on your water-based safari!



Unfortunately all good things must come to an end…! Goodbye to the safari life, feeling relaxed, mesmerizing scenery, great food, family time and romantic memories.

Morning road transfer back to the airport for your flight to Johannesburg airport…dreaming of the trip if a lifetime!


2022 /  Jul-Nov: $6,645 / per person sharing /2 pax min.*

*Prices may vary slightly


Best time: March – October every year

  • Big 5 Game Safari in Welgevonden Game Reserve
  • Cape Town Tours
  • Victoria Falls experience
  • Chobe River Safari
Price Includes
Price Excludes
  • Accommodation & Meals as specified
  • "Inter-Africa" flight as per itinerary
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • All transportation as specified on itinerary
  • Activities as specified in itinerary
  • International airfare
  • Tips & Private Expenses
  • Visa's (When applicable)
  • Additional accommodation before or after the safari
  • Park and enhance fees as indicated


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JNB area Boutique Hotel

Guest house

The Guest House & Spa is situated approximately 3 miles from OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in the Kempton Park area.

It offers luxurious accommodation in nine double en-suite rooms, with baths and showers. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with coffee and tea making facilities, central heating, DStv, a telephone, Internet access and easy access to the outside areas Spa treatments are available on-site and the fully qualified spa therapist will be more than willing to discuss a personalized treatment program, tailored to your individual needs. There is also a pool with a spacious pool area and a Jacuzzi.


Big 5 Safari in the Welgevonden!

Welgevonden game reserve lies within the Waterberg District, of the Limpopo Province of South Africa. It forms part of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve which was officially declared by UNESCO in 2001 and currently covers an area in excess of 654,033 hectare

The reserve comprises mountainous terrain that is dissected by deep valleys while flat plateaus characterize most hilltops. Altitude varies from 1,080 m in the north to ±1800 m in the southern section of the reserve. With a size of 98,000 acres, in mountain bushveld surrounding by rivers, this private reserve has never been used for game hunting, so the wildlife is more relaxed and approachable.

The Reserve was founded in 1987 and constitutes farmland that has been reclaimed for wildlife conservation and it has extensively been re-stocked with numerous species including the Big Five: lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino, and cheetah. Home to over 50 different mammals and various antelope species with a diverse birdlife to be found in the rolling bushveld terrain. It has one of the largest populations of white rhino on any private reserve in Africa!

The diversity of habitat leads to a wide range of wildlife with grassy plains abounding with antelope from the largest eland to the diminutive duiker; all of which attract the large predators such as lion, leopard and cheetah are regularly seen close by. There are also numerous rare and unusual species such as brown hyena, aardwolf, pangolin and aardvark – all best seen at night. Over 300 bird species can be seen on the reserve, including rare blue cranes which breed in the southern section early in the year.

Visiting guests will enjoy unlimited traversing through the reserve and experience an environment where biodiversity conservation and game viewing are managed in harmony. Welgevonden protects a unique and special environment and the reserve’s management is deeply committed to ongoing conservation, research and development.

Welgevonden Game Reserve

Tented Camp

Expect an intimate and authentic safari experience at Inzalo Safari Lodge in Welgevonden Game Reserve. The area is characterized by a dynamic landscape ranging from mountainous cliffs and low valleys dotted with baobab, Marula and fever trees, to open grasslands and diamond-clear streams.

The presence of water supports a remarkable bounty of birds and animals which can be viewed on daily nature walks, and guided game drives that depart twice daily.

Relax within the large open spaces that extend out to the viewing deck and bar area. The décor combines effortlessly with modern comforts to create an inviting atmosphere where you can mingle with other guests, dine, and enjoy the views with something crisp and refreshing in hand. When you’re ready to retire to your room after stories in the outdoor boma, the tent-style suites offer everything you could need.

Safari activities: In just a few hours you’ll quickly count all the members of the Big 5, and since the many corners of the Waterberg have yet to be explored thoroughly, there’s always something new to discover within this region.


Experience the tip of Africa!

The Mother City is unlike any other destination in Africa: Separated from the rest of the continent by a ring of mountains, Cape Town stands as a glittering, metropolis juxtaposed with one of the world’s most breath-taking natural landscapes. Cape Town was originally established as a supply station for Dutch East Indies’ ships that were headed east.

The magical location, the refreshing sea breeze & beaches, rolling vineyards, outstanding cuisine, thriving nightlife, and, of course, the spectacular Table Mountain. The energizing, dynamic; multicultural vibe of Cape Town charm locals and foreigners alike.

Cape Town is by far the most cosmopolitan city in South Africa, as it hosts a hodgepodge of cultures that contributes to the city’s eclectic music, food, and festival scenes.

It is no wonder, that tourists and expats rank Cape Town consistently among the top cities around the world. Let us show you what makes Cape Town such a major attraction for the global community.

Stellenbosch Hotel Accommodation

Experience the wonders of Cape Town!

‘Modern’ meets ‘Vintage’! Step past a Georgian-style façade into its inn-house, and beyond, to the vine-covered courtyard and interior of a newly-designed restaurant. An adjoining vintage-styled bar and lounge spills out into a shady central garden and pool deck. Centrally located in the heart of Stellenbosch, heart of South Africa’s wine country and cultural hub. Conveniently within walking distance to local shops, restaurants and many quaint finds!

Cape Point & Peninsula tour, Cape Wine lands and many more!


7th wonder of the world!

The Victoria Falls – Now in it’s 150 millionth fantastic year – Reaches Its zenith in about May each year. It’s a truly awe-inspiring experience – the sight, the sound, the smell; the humbling feeling that here indeed is Nature’s Supreme Masterpiece. No photograph can begin to depict the reality… And nothing prepares you for your first sight. .

The Victoria Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe – the largest sheet of falling water in the world and significant worldwide for its exceptional geological and geomorphological features and active land formation processes with outstanding beauty attributed to the falls i.e. the spray, mist, and rainbows.

David Livingstone, was the first European to see the Victoria Falls in 1855. The Scottish explorer, is believed to have been the first European to view the falls, and he named them Victoria Falls in honour of Queen Victoria.

Known locally as Mosi-Oa-Tunya or “the smoke that thunders” because of the spray made by the mass of water dropping 100 meters below in the gorges. 50 Years later, missionaries and traders settled in the small Zambian town of Livingstone and the railway bridge over the Zambezi was built.

Victoria Falls Area Lodge

Victoria Falls activities!

The perfect place from which to base yourself and explore the majestic Victoria Falls and nearby Zambezi National Park! Well situated and is within easy walking distance (2 miles) of the magnificent Victoria Falls and provides a good base from which to embark upon a voyage of discovery in one of Africa’s favourite tourist destinations where historical sites, culinary experimentation and a host of activities a pristine natural environment.

A boutique accommodation in gracious and secluded surroundings, with easy access to banks, restaurants, shops and the famed curio centre. With lodge has 14 rooms, you can be assured of the personal attention as well as attention to detail. It offers a unique intimate decor, personalized services and wonderful facilities. The interior design is stylish and trendy, with an intimate and cozy atmosphere. Each room has a unique touch of its special designs and decor. Every decoration in the hotel has been proudly Zimbabwean made.

Offering free Wi-Fi, bottled water in all of the rooms as well as great toiletries and premium bedding to enhance your stay while visiting the falls.
Helpful reception staff are available to provide information on all the facilities and activities in the Victoria Falls area and are able to recommend local restaurants to visit depending on your tastes and interests.
dinner is served on a daily basis. Also offering a private guest only bar which offers a variety of wines, beers, cordials and cocktails.

Enjoy the large central area with the inviting pool, lounge and indoor dining room. The large canopy trees and vibrant gardens make it a tranquil haven.


Safari in spectacular Chobe!

The Chobe National Park established in 1968 covers 11,700 square kilometres and is situated in the northern most part of Botswana. Park stretches from the tip of northern Botswana to the fringes of the Okavango Delta. It has a wide range of distinctive landscapes, from the emerald floodplains of the Chobe River to the sweeping grasslands of the Savuti Marsh and skeletal leadwood trees in the Savuti Channel.

Encompassing swamps, floodplains and woodlands it is the third largest Park or Reserve in the country after Kgalagadi Transfontier Park and the largest of them all the Central Kalahari Game reserve.

With such varied environments and habitats there’s a magnificent array of wildlife. A profusion of palatable grass species attracts a variety of herbivores, including wildebeest, impala, kudu, waterbuck, giraffe, and tsessebe. The puku is found, as is the endemic Chobe bushbuck. Predator sightings are good, with leopard, cheetah, wild dog, and large prides of lion that hunt elephant. From servals to side-striped jackals, the list is endless.

All that said, Chobe is most famous for its elephant and buffalo populations, both of which can herd in mammoth proportions. With an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 elephants, these gentle giants constantly surround you. In the dry season the Chobe River sees thousands lining the banks and crossing the water. Boat trips at this time provide excellent photograph opportunities.

The Chobe River forms its northern boundary and in the extreme south-west it borders the Moremi Game Reserve. The riverfront is a markable wildlife area due to the permanent water source of the Chobe River. Most wildlife activity occurs along the banks of the river – especially during the drier winter months (May – October) when animals congregate at the river to quench their thirst. The spectacle of all the animals coming to drink and frolic at the water’s edge is a sight t behold! Birding enthusiasts will find the riverfront a fantastic destination at this time with more than 400 species of birds, including migratory species and numerous birds of prey.

Chobe River House Boat

Chobe river safari days!

This boat takes your Chobe River game viewing experience to another level! With no set itinerary and only a small number of guests per boat, staying here feels like being on your own houseboat – and a very well appointed one! The entire boat can also be booked exclusively, giving you your very own private villa on the water. As you drift down the Chobe River and spot incredible wildlife scenes, you’ll be able to completely relax in an intimate river safari experience.

Located in Northern Botswana, alongside Namibia’s Caprivi Strip, Chobe National Park is the second largest National Park in Botswana with the largest concentration of game on the African continent. The Chobe River, forming the northern boundary of the park, originates in the highlands of Angola. From there, it winds its way into the Zambezi River, which eventually flows into Victoria Falls, through Mozambique and into the Indian Ocean.

Because it crosses floodplains, forests and open woodlands, the Chobe consists of a complex network of channels and marshes, which makes for spectacular game viewing due to the lush vegetation that surrounds it. While it has water all year round, the Chobe rises significantly from February to May, after the rains in Angola that start in November. During this wet season, the level of the Zambezi floodplains rises, pushing water into the Chobe all the way to the seasonal Lake Liambezi. Once the lake reaches saturation point, the water has nowhere further to go, and so starts flowing in the opposite direction in a phenomenon known as the “backflow”.

A major attraction of the area is the elephants, whose resident population is estimated to be over 120,000. You’ll also be able to see large herds of buffalo, and if you’re lucky, rare sightings like herds of Roan Antelope and Sable. Besides the land and water-based mammals, this is also a birdwatcher’s paradise and you can expect to encounter over 450 species.

Each houseboat has a minimum of two smaller “tender” boats for use on daily excursions that take your fancy: mark off over 450 bird species found in this wetland paradise, try your hand at landing a tiger fish, or capture Africa’s unique beauty on a photographic safari. Whatever you choose to do, your day trips will be personal and flexible because you’ll be sharing the tender boats with a small number of guests. Alternatively, simply laze on a deck chair with an ice-cold drink in hand as you soak up the tranquillity that surrounds you.

Each cabin is tastefully decorated in a contemporary style, and each has its own private view onto the ever-changing landscapes beyond.

As you lie on your king-sized bed, spot an elephant grazing on the riverbank nearby, or see a fish eagle diving for its prey. On the upper entertainment deck, a spacious lounge and bar area encourages you to take time out while there’s also a plunge pool that’s perfect for a refreshing dip. After a day spent doing as you please, fall asleep with the calls of hyena or even a lion drifting through the open doors of your cabin.

The crew will pamper you with unaffected warmth and generosity, doing whatever they can to make this trip memorable. And as if their hospitality alone isn’t something to remember, the wildlife viewing will definitely remain in your memories for a lifetime. As you drift down the Chobe River, you will be exposed to incredible game viewing from several mooring points along the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. Hop on the smaller tender boats and view wildlife from the water: a completely different experience from a game drive, as animals are more relaxed and at ease.