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Tour MULTI-COUNTRY: 12 Day Deluxe Botswana & Cape Town #18


Why you'd love it!

For the perfect combination, our 12-day deluxe Botswana and Cape Town safari is a celebration of the wonderful contrasts that make the Southern continent of Africa so special. A unique, custom African safari adventure taking in both the dramatic wilds of Botswana, dense with game and the vibrant sights and sounds of magnificent Cape Town, one of the most sought-after destinations in the world.

Explore the best of South Africa and Botswana, over 12 spectacular days packed with our handpicked selection of the best sights, experiences and accommodation in Botswana and South Africa.

Discover the open plains of Botswana’s extraordinary Central Kalahari Game Reserve over two days, filled with beautiful game, dramatic fossilized river valleys and some of Southern Africa’s most unrivalled, untouched landscapes. Marvel at the natural wonders that make up the Okavango Delta, a unique terrain that is a heady mix of tantalising lagoons and shallow channels interspersed with unspoilt islands and tranquil delta wildlife who call this magical space home.

Uncover the impressive sights and experiences that make Cape Town so great during your four-day stay in this revered city, known as the jewel in Africa’s crown. With Table Mountain as your backdrop, take in all of Cape Town’s top spots, including the breath-taking views from Chapman’s Peak, fascinating penguins at Boulder’s Beach, beauty of Company Gardens, iconic Parliament buildings and a sumptuous wine tour.

A dazzling, breath-taking safari adventure across two of Southern Africa’s most exciting landscapes, full of sensational experiences that you will remember forever.

Itinerary Details
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DAY 1: SOUTH AFRICA / Cradle of Humankind


Arrive, unwind, relax, enjoy lunch/ dinner and get ready for your next adventure!

DAY 2-4: BOTSWANA / Central Kalahari Game Reserve


Full boarding, excl. Premium brands

Morning scheduled charter flight to the Central kalahari Game reserve!

The Central Kalahari Game Reserve covers a large section of central Botswana. Its harsh, sprawling terrain is dominated by grasslands, home to wildlife such as giraffes, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs. There are several fossilized river valleys, including Deception Valley and Passarge Valley, which offer basic campsites. Dirt tracks wind south through the reserve’s remote landscapes to the Piper’s Pan area.

DAY 5-7: BOTSWANA / Okavango Delta


Full Boarding, only SA brand drinks incl.

This is the Okavango Delta – a maze of sparkling lagoons, meandering channels and overgrown islands, and wildlife galore!
You will be notified of the departure time at your lodge the night before. Travellers will enjoy mokoro trips and wilderness walks that will give you the chance to see the Delta animals such as Sitatunga and Lechwe antelope, crocodile, hippo, birds and fishing.

The Okavango is the world’s largest inland delta – a unique ecosystem of labyrinthine waterways that create thousands of verdant, palm-studded islands teeming with wildlife. Often referred to as the “Earth’s Last Eden”, the Okavango’s savannah, floodplains and woodlands are home to virtually all of the great animals of Africa and it is especially famous for its magnificent lions.

The Okavango is a pristine, pure wetland which is the result of rivers from Angola and Namibia spreading over the Kalahari sands of northern Botswana. The papyrus lined channels and lagoons offer shelter to crocodile and hippo, and the “islands” formed by those channels are home to thousands of elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, and over 450 species of bird.

Travellers will enjoy mokoro trips and wilderness walks that will give you the chance to see the Delta animals such as Sitatunga, Lechwe antelope, crocodile, hippo, birds, and fishing.

DAY 8: SOUTH AFRICA / Transfer to Cape Town


Full boarding, excl.Top shelf brands


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.

DAY 9-11: SOUTH AFRICA / Cape Town Tours


B&B, à la Carte dinner

Arrive in the mother city – Cape Town! Arrive at this historic Wine Estate!

As you enter the the Estate through its majestic Oak-lined driveway, you can almost feel time slow down and history settle around you. With 326 years behind its name, this Stellenbosch landmark boasts an old-world charm that is an unrivalled drawcard for day visitors and hotel guests alike.

This elegant Estate can lay claim to the best of both worlds – contemporary, sophisticated facilities, coupled with rich, Cape heritage.

From the magnificent Manor House, to the manicured gardens, rolling vineyards and the dramatic mountain backdrop, the Estate is the perfect setting for the many activities and facilities on offer.

Relax, unwind and enjoy world class wine!

• Get up close to penguins at Boulders Beach
• Enjoy a half-day tour of Cape Town’s main sites and landmarks, including Company Gardens, the Castle of Good Hope, the South African Museum, and the Parliament buildings.
• Visit the Bo-Kaap district, see Green Market Square and visit Signal Hill
•Get swept away by the overwhelming beauty of rolling vineyards and perfect blue sky on a full-day Wine lands tour – Enjoy a delicious wine tasting and visit the picturesque Franschoek and Stellenbosch

TOURS INCLUDED: See your DATED ITINERARY for tours currently included in this safari. Changes welcome anytime.



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 of a lifetime!


2022 / Jan- Jun:  $5,870 / per person sharing /2 pax min.*

2022 / Jul-Oct: $ 7,630 / per person sharing /2 pax min.*

2022 / Jan- Jun:  $ 8,955 / per person sharing /2 pax min.*

*Prices may vary slightly


Best time: March – October every year

  • Okavango Delta
  • Central Kalahari Game Reserve
  • Cape Town tours
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
Arrival Location

Johannesburg International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Location

Johannesburg International Airport (Google Map)


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UNESCO World heritage site

The Cradle of Humankind, one of eight World Heritage Sites in South Africa, and the only one in Gauteng, is renowned as the place where humankind originated. It is here that the first hominid, Australopithecus, was found in 1924 at Taung in the North West Province by Professor Raymond Dart of the University of the Witwatersrand. And is one of the major tourist attractions in South Africa.

The area boasts 13 excavation sites that are recognized as national heritage sites, both internationally and by the South African Heritage Resources Agency. For those wanting to experience the birthplace of humankind first-hand, the official visitor centres for the Cradle of Humankind, Maropeng and the Sterkfontein Caves, are within an easy hour’s drive from Johannesburg.

Recently, the Cradle of Humankind unveiled the partial skeletons of the Australopithecus sediba fossils. These fossils are suspected to be candidates for the transitional species between the southern African ape-man, Australopithecus africanus (of which “the Taung Child” and “Mrs Ples” are examples) and Homo habilis, or even a direct ancestor of Homo erectus. The two skeletons are of an adult female and a young male, recently named “Karabo”, which means “answer” in Setswana. Experts suggest there are more discoveries to be made in Sterkfontein Caves and similar sites in the Cradle of Humankind. Having World Heritage Site status will ensure that the treasures of this area will be protected for many decades to come.

Lanseria airport hotel

Safari chalet accommodation

Situated in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, the hotel offers panoramic views of the highveld and surrounding valleys. The luxury hotel boasts a restaurant with an extensive outdoor area overlooking the rolling Magaliesberg hills.

Each room features a seating area where you can relax, as well as a private viewing deck. All rooms are fitted with air conditioning, a flat-screen satellite TV, a minibar fridge and tea-and-coffee making facilities. The bathrooms are en-suite and for your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. Relax with a packed picnic basket in a shady spot alongside the stream or a private dinner in the candle-lit cellar, both available upon prior request. The hotel is set on 7,000 hectare of private game reserve. Guests can enjoy private guided safaris to 2 major fossil exploration sites with prior arrangement.

Guided game drives and game walks can also be arranged with prior notice.


Safari in the Kalahari!

The Central Kalahari game Reserve is the second largest wildlife reserve in the world and most remote reserve in Southern Africa. Large herds of wildebeest, eland, giraffe, hartebeest, springbok and gemsbok can be found in these vast stretches of land with scrub bushes and dwarfed trees. Central Kalahari Game Reserve is home to the second largest group of indigenous hunter-gatherers in Africa – the bushmen or San.

The habitat in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve consists of grasslands, pans, occasional sand dunes and river valleys. There are many Kalahari acacias and Kalahari appleleaf dotted in between the sandveld. With the summer rains, thousands of gemsbok, eland, springbok and wildebeest find their way to the sprouting, sweet grasses from Deception Valley to Piper Pans. The legendary Kalahari black-maned lions and the fact that it is one of the best cheetah viewing sites makes the Central Kalahari Game Reserve a prime spot for wildlife lovers. You should see lion, hyaena, giraffe, warthog, wildebeest, kudu, hartebeest, springbok, gemsbok, eland, jackal, meerkat, crocodile and hippo.

Summer (Oct-Mar) temperatures are scorching. Winter (May-Aug) days are hot (mid 30’s) with night-time temperatures at sub-zero. March to October are the best times to go. The mass migration is best enjoyed after the summer rains.

Central Kalahari Camp

Big game safari days!

The Central Kalahari Game Reserve of Botswana is home to one of the most unique bio-diversities in Southern Africa. The desert landscape is home to specially adapted predators such as lion, brown hyena and honey badger. Antelope including springbok and oryx eke out an existence in this harsh desert. Plant life is incredibly interesting in their adaptations to little water and excessive sunlight, thorns provide shade and protection against predation.

Seven spacious safari tents with twin or double beds feature en-suite bathrooms. The luxurious tents are complete with indoor and outdoor showers, hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Families may book the spacious two-bedroomed tent which shares a spacious en-suite bathroom. Well-spaced away from each other and raised up on wooden decks offers guests a wonderful view from the comfort of the suite over a permanent water hole.

As the camp is located alongside the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the main activities involve exploring the Kalahari experience. Wildlife which is encountered here includes giraffe, antelope, as well as small mammals like the honey badger, bat-eared fox and porcupine to predators including the Kalahari lion, cheetah, leopard and brown hyena.

Guests enjoy thrilling morning and afternoon safari drives in open safari vehicles. The afternoon safari drives usually continue into the evening. Travelers may also get more up close and personal with nature during the adventurous guided bush walks.
Bird watching enthusiasts are in for a special treat! This area is home to over 200 different bird species including the Kori Bustard and Crimson Breasted Shrike and a high concentration of Pale Chanting Goshawks.

Featuring water holes all year round result in fantastic photographic opportunities either from the safari vehicle, on foot or from one of several hides.


Safari in the magnificent Okavango Delta!

Botswana’s magnificent Okavango Delta is where the wild things are: an immense, water logged oasis alive with elephants and birdlife, adrift in the middle of Kalahari sands. The real magic of the Delta lies in its water, trickling through from far away highlands, and spreading across the channels and floodplains.

A maze of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels covering an area of over 16,000 square km in flood and shrinking to less than 9,000 square km in the dry season. It is a lush water-wilderness of papyrus swamps, shallow reed-beds and floodplains, dotted with islands and laced with a network of channels.

Trapped in the parched Kalahari sands the fresh water oasis attracts wildlife that depends on the permanent waters of this unique wilderness. The fragile ecosystem remain one of the world’s unspoilt and beautiful wildernesses where a vast diversity of animals and birds can be seen.

When the rains arrive, they transform the floodplains into a Noah’s Ark of African wildlife. As the water brings life to the delta, its local residents shape and recreate it. Termites slowly build mounds into islands, germinated with palm trees by passing elephants. Waterways open and close on the whim of wide-bottomed hippos, carving out channels where they crash through reeds, and leaving room behind them for exploration by mokoro.

Interesting fact: The Okavango Delta is relatively new in geological terms—only a meagre 60 000 years old. Before the formation of the delta, for some two million years, the Okavango River flowed right through Botswana and drained into a massive lake somewhere in the region of the Makgadikgadi pans in Botswana. Rivers are hard-coded to flow towards big bodies of water like lakes and seas. But then about 50 000 years ago, there was a massive earthquake in Southern Africa. The land near today’s border between Botswana and Namibia shifted, interrupting the Okavango’s usual, obedient flow. It was a shock to the river’s system. The water had no choice. 11 trillion litters spilled out into the desert like oil in a pan, flooding a vast area with a steady torrent of fresh H2O. One awkward geological twist of fate had created the greatest natural oasis on earth-home to thousands of different species of plants and animals. Here, you’ll find over 400 species of birds, nearly 200 species of mammals, and over 150 species of reptiles!

The Okavango has many faces, which change throughout the year, prompted by that most unpredictable diva of all: the weather. Water levels rise and drop, expanding and shrinking islands, while animals move where the life is easiest and the grass greenest. In a few days, a sandy road driven by vehicle can become a waterway of unknowable depth, prompting a safari by boat instead. Where and when you stay in the Okavango Delta will hugely influence what you do in the bush each day, the animals you’re most likely to see and finally, the safari experience you’ll have. The delta’s watery heart is best discovered by mokoro through shallow channels and floodplains, as well as crossing the islands on foot.

The Delta area has been split up into private reserves where the game viewing is available only to resident guests. As a result, the Okavango offers some of the most exclusive game viewing area in Africa. The heart of the Okavango is the Moremi, a public park that is particularly busy in areas but is also home to the Mombo concession, a wildlife area regarded by many as the best in the world. Not only is the location one of the most beautiful, and the wildlife so rich, but it is also home to some of the most exclusive and sought-after safari lodges on the continent.

Okavango Delta Luxury Camp

Safari in the Okavango Delta!

The Camp is set in the south western delta amongst grass covered islands formed by fertile eroded termite hills dotted with fig, palm and jackal berry trees. The area encompasses a necklace of islands on the Xudum River, northeast of Pom Pom lagoon and is incredibly picturesque with winding waterways meandering through open lagoons.

The waterways are lined with reeds and dotted with papyrus and tree islands in this picturesque and tranquil part of the delta. As water levels vary throughout the year so does the focus of activities. The camp managers will advise guests on the best options during their stay. A wide variety of game frequent the islands around camp including impala, lechwe, leopard, lion and elephant and you may be lucky to see sitatunga whilst boating.

Birding all year round is exceptional with regular sightings of Pels Fishing Owl amongst many others. The Camp is one of the few camps in the Delta to have access to a private heronry where many migratory water birds come to nest from July onwards. Birds you will encounter at the heronry include marabou, yellow-bill and open-bill storks. The sight of thousands of nesting birds is mesmerizing and an experience you will not forget.

This traditional camp has an intimate and personal atmosphere, built among spectacular shady trees of ebony, acacia and sausage tree. It offers eight large safari style tents and a family unit equipped with tasteful furnishings and private en-suite bathrooms. The main lodge area is on raised decking encircling the trees and offers a dining and sitting area, a cocktail bar and a refreshing plunge pool. On a three night or longer stay, guests can pre-book the sleep out deck, affording a chance to spend a memorable night out under the superb African skies (weather permitting).

Activities include day and night game drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles, game viewing on mokoro excursions, guided walks, fishing, motor boating and sunset cruises.


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 Wine Estate Hotel

experience the wonders of Cape Town!

A mere five minutes from the historic town of Stellenbosch and nestled in the foothills of the idyllic Jonkershoek Valley of Stellenbosch lies a Wine Estate steeped in history dating back to 1692. The 326 year old Wine Estate is synonymous with old-world charm and rich Cape heritage, boasting dramatic mountain ranges, endless rows of lush vineyards and hectares of gardens shaded by giant Oak trees.

Set in the heart of a 162ha working wine estate, on the outskirts of picturesque Stellenbosch, the historic Hotel and Spa is the perfect base from which to explore SA’s most famous wine-lands. This Country Estate exudes an air of intimacy and provides the ultimate in personalized service.

The hotel boasts four restaurants – all day dining at the Deli, classical dishes reimagined at the Manor Kitchen, gourmet pub style plates at the Taphuis, and tapas in the Craven Lounge. Treatments at the Spa take place against a stunning backdrop of mountains and vineyards. Come and experience true South African heritage!

Experience the finest hospitality the Cape Winelands has to offer, indulging guests with warm and passionate service, the finest wine and cuisine and exquisitely styled rooms and suites. Complete relaxation amid welcoming interiors which blend both period grandeur and contemporary style.