Africa4Us Brochure 2017

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If you’re looking for Adventure, you’re at the right place.

For adventure-seeking travellers like you, Africa is close to the top of millions of bucket lists! If you are ready to tick the box, get ready for extraordinary sights and teeming wildlife that is the heart of Africa. With Africa4us you can experience it all with our small group guided tours.

Seeing lions, leopards, rhino, elephant and buffalo in their natural environment teeming with an abundance of other wildlife is yours for the taking, just pick one of our adventure tours and book your African Adventure today!

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About us and unique features of our tour styles

Our fleet

Premium CamPing adventures

Cape and Desert

Delta and Falls

Best of Eastern Africa Northbound

Cape, Dunes, Delta and Falls

Ultimate Africa Northbound

Premium aCCOmmOdated adventures

Cape, Kalahari and Dunes

Namibian Explorer

Delta and Falls

Wildlife and Falls

Falls and Kruger

Drakensberg to Cape

Kruger and Swaziland

Best of Eastern Africa Northbound

East Africa’s Best

Cape, Dunes, Delta and Falls

Cape, Deserts, Delta, Falls and Zimbabwe

Cape, Kalahari and Namibia

Cape, Namibia Explorer, Delta and Falls

Explore Namibia, Delta and Falls

South Meets East

Ultimate Wildlife and Falls

East Africa to Johannesburg

Explore Namibia, Kalahari and Cape

Giving Back to Africa

Departure Dates


aFriCa4us - Our stOrY

Our team is very proud to have hosted travellers from every nation around the world on our exciting and memorable

tours throughout Southern and Eastern Africa over the last 17 years. All our travellers have left their mark on us by

rating Africa4us and our operational partners as having the best safety track record in our industry, as well as leaving an

indelible impression on our teams with their high praise for true customer satisfaction on these adventures of a lifetime.

Since 1999 we have literally covered millions of African miles and our team members have spent thousands of hours

ensuring that our travellers return home safely with the most unforgettable memories of their enriching African Adventure!

We are passionate about Africa and want nothing more than to share the love we have for this beautiful continent rich in

wildlife, jungles, endless savannahs and scenery that begs to be experienced at least once in a lifetime.

Africa4us is deeply committed to protecting the environment and we make sure that our tours reflect this commitment.

We give back to many of the communities that we come into contact with on tour, with contributions of food, stationery

and books which form part of your Africa4us tour experience as you meet the people of Africa face to face along the way.

Join us for a journey through Africa that will completely change your perspective of this great continent.

unique features of our tour styles – our tours include transport, activities, entrance fees,

accommodation and most meals whilst on tour.

Premium Camping Adventure Tours






You’ll travel in an Adventure Overland Safari

Vehicle designed for comfort, fitted with 20

seats in a standard configuration and build

for maneuvering the rough African terrain.

This tour is designed specifically for the

budget conscious traveller who enjoys

more of a community camping-style

experience with a larger group of up to

20 people.

It gives you the opportunity to experience

Africa in its most natural state through

adventure-style camping predominantly, with

standard hotel accommodation at your start

and end locations of each tour and depending

on the itinerary, some nights in between.

All accommodation is shared between

(same sex) members of the tour group

unless you booked a single room and tent.

Most meals are prepared by your adventure

crew with some own expense meals along

the way to give you the opportunity to try

local restaurants.

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Tours (Southern Africa)





You’ll enjoy the comfort of the Premium

Overland Safari Vehicle fitted with 12

Ultimate Safari Seats – ensuring each

person has access to their own window.

You also have access to your own personal

safe, USB charging station and lockable

storage compartment next to your seat.

This travel style includes nights in comfort

style lodges, hotels, tented rooms, bungalows

and traditional huts.

All tours feature one or two nights in

specially selected and unique locations

- so you can sit back with a glass of wine

and truly appreciate the Namib Desert with

towering dunes on your footstep or view

the vast expanse and animals in the Etosha

National Park from your hilltop luxury tented

room and much more…

Breakfasts are included every day,

most lunches and some dinners will be

prepared by your adventure crew.

Premium Accommodated

Adventure Tours – Rustic

(East Africa)





You’ll enjoy the comfort of the Premium

Overland Safari Vehicle fitted with 12

Ultimate Safari Seats –ensuring each

person has access to their own window,

dedicated storage space, safe, USB

charging points and even a cup holder!

The accommodation on the route between

Victoria Falls and Nairobi is clean and

comfortable but more rustic and simpler

than accommodation in Southern Africa

and some selected tours also include one

or two nights camping in twin-share safari

dome tents.

We only camp in places where the

location, scenery and setting will ensure

you get up-close and personal with

nature – twin-share safari dome tents,

sleeping bags, pillows and premium

grade mattresses are provided.

Most breakfasts, lunches and dinners will

be prepared by your adventure crew but

with more opportunity for eating at local

restaurants than on a camping tour.

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intrOduCing the mOst COmFOrtaBLe

Premium OverLand saFari vehiCLes

Take the business class in an aeroplane, rip the wings off, add wheels and

there you have it, the most luxurious overland safari vehicle available in

Africa! The team at Africa4us, who are actually more like a family passionate

about everything to do with Africa, put all the research in and invested heavily

in creating a premium seat setup, and are proud to introduce the Ultimate

Safari Seat (USS) to our passengers.

Sinking into this seat for the first time, with all the legroom you could

possibly need with its footrest, made it hard to believe that it was perched

on a combination of a truck chassis and in a custom-built coach body! This

combination is clearly aimed at offering maximum dependability as well as

luxury and comfort at the perfect height from which to view the stunning

landscape and wildlife that Africa has to offer.

You will experience comfort and a touch of luxury on all our vehicles – as

we feel the “nice to have” became the “need to have” – due to the hours

spent on the road. Same applies if you have chosen to camp out under the

African Sky, you will be provided with a mattress made for comfort with a

solid backing and memory foam on top to give you a great night’s sleep and

a matching pillow. Another ‘little’ luxury on board is a dedicated fridge for

your drinks along the way to quench your thirst, along with an air conditioner

to keep you cool on hot African days with the addition of curtains that will

protect you from the sun if it gets too harsh!

Safety is an essential element when it comes to our vehicles and their bodies,

and not only have they all passed the stringent SABS “roll-over” and “breakover”

tests, but they undergo extensive roadworthy tests every six months.

Our strict maintenance policies ensure all vehicles are serviced every 10

000km’s - surpassing manufacturer’s standards.

The ‘kitchen’ under the coach consists of a gas/propane stove and everything

needed to set up breakfast, lunch and dinner while you seat yourself on

comfy chairs around a table, with an awning that can be pulled out to provide

protection from rain and sun. Also hidden under the coach are the spacious

luggage compartments.

From the mechanic and stores manager to the director, the family at Africa4us

are passionate about taking you on the adventure of your life through Africa

in style and luxury!

From years of experience roughing it through many African Adventure Tours,

the team at Africa4us know that the choice of vehicle is paramount to the

success of every adventure. From that experience we knew that standard

bus or coach vehicles were just not strong enough or dependable enough

to carry all the extra weight and equipment that we have to carry along on

our tours. Negotiating on challenging terrain and roads in the harsh African

climate makes the choice of vehicle very important and after almost 17 years

on the road, we have built up an exceptional backup system throughout

Africa with our manufacturer.

Solar panels

Reclining seats with

exceptional space

Our Fleet is ideal for

all road conditions

Storage for your main luggage

Road conditions can vary from brand new to very poor condition. This style of travel is

adventurous by nature, as we are travelling in an overland safari vehicle. This allows us

the flexibility of making stops when needed and reaching some out-of-the way parts of

Africa where traditional tours would not dare to go. Please note that our vehicles do not

have on-board bathrooms. Not to worry; there are many places to stop en route. This is not

a physically demanding journey; however, travelling can be somewhat tiresome with long

drives and poor road conditions at times. Please take note of the travel times and distances

in your itinerary and consider that this is often on poor quality, bumpy roads. We have gone

to great lengths to provide a comfortable and frankly unique seating experience which will

make your journey a lot more fun!

Dual-density

camping mattresses

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Own dual USB (3.1Amps)

charging station

Fully-equipped kitchen

Adjustable airflow

Own private safe

Fully-equipped kitchen

“We have researched and

invested heavily in our premium

vehicles, and we are proud to

offer a one-of-a-kind seating

experience for our passengers”

We also have luxury Mercedes Benz Sprinter Midi-busses

for smaller groups. Depending on the demand for tours at

the time of departure, these vehicles are used on our South

Africa tours if the group size allows it. These vehicles offer the

same luxurious experience as the Overland Safari Fleet and

each vehicle is fitted with luxury seats, air-conditioning, USB

charging points and designed for comfort and safety. Before

departure, your Africa4us Tour Team will let you know which

premium vehicle you will have for your Adventure Tour.

More features

All our Overland Safari Vehicles have the same standard

premium specifications but the seating configurations have all

been designed to suit the tour style:

Premium Camping Adventure Tours:

Only 20 seats per vehicle truck-inside with a 2+2

configuration per row

Luxury, reclining seats with side sliding mechanisms

Personal packing space provided in the luggage rack

above your seat

USB charging station close to your seat





Premium Accommodated Adventure Tours:

• Only 12 seats per vehicle for a more exclusive and intimate

touring experience – 1 traveller on each side of the vehicle

• Your own luxury, reclining seat with exceptional space

and an ergonomic, oversized backrest, leaving you with

a private seating space and dedicated sliding window

perfect for wildlife viewing

• Your own private safe for your most important valuables,

such as your wallet and passport inside your own

dedicated, private storage space for personal belongings,

such as your camera, phone, tablet and laptop

• Your own dual USB (3.1Amps) charging station next to

your seat

All vehicles feature:



Three-Way safety belts per seat

Storage for your main luggage in separate compartments

under the seating area (accessed from the outside of the

vehicle)

Adjustable airflow so you control the air conditioning

according to your personal comfort

Fresh air blower as backup in case of Air conditioning

breakdown (yep! It is Africa!)

Fully-equipped kitchen for delicious and nutritious meals.

12/24-Volt Fridge and Freezers to keep everything fresh as

well as a dedicated one for passenger drinks

Specially designed, dual-density camping mattresses –

10cm thick – for premium comfort

Africa4us memory foam travel pillow

Intercom and PA system between seating area and driver

to ensure clear communication at all times.

Inverters for your AC charging needs (South African plug

– 220-240V) so you are not without electricity during your

Premium Adventure Tour

Solar panels to trickle charge the dual battery systems,

which ensures ongoing electrical power – even when the

vehicle is stationary

Communal 220 – 240V charging stations for when the

vehicle is stationary in camps and connected to Mains AC

supply

365/24/7 Real time vehicle trackers – so that our support

team always knows where you are












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Premium

Camping

Adventures


CaPe & desert Premium

CamPing adventure

Tour Price:

US$1,149.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$130.00

15 Days

Duration

20 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Windhoek

3,400km

Yes

Camping Tours

this tour gives the budget traveller 15 days from Cape town, south africa to Windhoek, namibia.

Cape Town is home to one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and one of the most widely recognized mountains

in the world with one of the most exquisite views at the southern end of Africa. You have 15 magnificent days to

explore, starting off with the bustling and sophisticated city of Cape Town, nestled between mountains, beaches and

Winelands. Admire the sunset at Fish River Canyon, journey over the Namib Desert with its splendid red dunes, go

on safari in Etosha National Park and finish in one of the smallest and cleanest capital cities in the world, Windhoek.

This tour gives you several nights of camping under the African sky and transport in an Adventure Overland Safari

Vehicle (fitted with 20 luxury seats). With time to explore on your own and plenty opportunities for optional activities,

you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Also available from Windhoek to Cape Town.

Tour name: Desert and Cape Premium Camping Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

day 1: Cape town

Explore the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town during the day

and meet your group and your Tour Leader in the evening

to get acquainted and review your trip details. Cape Town

offers an unbelievable variety of experiences, tastes and

sightseeing. Make sure to arrive a day early to go to world

famous Robben Island where former President Nelson

Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, visit Cape

Point or go with a cable car up Table Mountain to enjoy a

panoramic view of Cape Town from the top.

day 2: Cape town to trawal

This morning you will leave behind the delights of Cape

Town and depart on the first leg of your journey. The first

overnight stop will be on a small vineyard farm in the area

of the Cederberg Mountains. Here grapes are produced for

the local cellars and you will have the opportunity to taste

and buy some of the local wines in an optional wine tasting

activity.

day 3: trawal to gariep river

Travel north through the Northern Cape’s vast fields of wild

flowers (in bloom between August and November) and

visit our Africa4us Kids Project that we run in conjunction

with the local “Place of Safety” and primary school at

Kamieskroon Children’s Trust. After the visit, we continue

north to reach the Namibian border by midday. End the day

with a spectacular sunset viewed from a nearby hill.

day 4: gariep river to the Fish river Canyon

Wake up to a quiet morning while you watch the sun rise

over the Gariep River. You can have a slow morning and

sleep in a bit or go on an optional canoe trip down the

river. Later during the morning, you travel to the Fish River

Canyon, the largest canyon in Africa. As the sun slips over

the canyon’s rim, experience an awe-inspiring sunset to

end your day of exploring.

day 5: Fish river Canyon to sesriem

An early departure and a long drive north to the Namib

Desert. On the way to Sesriem you will pass the small

town of Helmeringhausen and a farm settlement here and

there, but other than that it will mostly just be the wide

open Namibian landscape with spectacular scenery. Late

afternoon, you visit the Sesriem Canyon to admire the lofty

red sand dunes in the distance that form a gateway into the

Namib Desert, which means “vast place.”

day 6: sesriem to Boesman’s Camp

An early departure will allow you to experience a beautiful

desert sunrise over the dunes. Climb the majestic Dune

45 before continuing to the entrance of Sossusvlei. In

the afternoon, you have the option of a guided walk to

explore these desert dunes and learn about the survival

skills of many of the different inhabitants, including the San

(Bushmen).

day 7: Boesman’s Camp to swakopmund

Depart for the Atlantic coast, to the holiday town of

Swakopmund. There will be plenty opportunities to stop for

photos along the way as you cross the Tropic of Capricorn

and drive through the surreal landscapes of the Kuiseb and

Gaub passes. You’ll have free time to explore Swakopmund

at your leisure and indulge in a wide variety of activities.

day 8: swakopmund

Swakopmund’s variety of attractions and activities, cater

for all tastes and styles. Take a walk along the beach and

dip your toes in the icy Atlantic Ocean, or visit the Kristal

Gallery which boasts with the largest Quartz Crystal Cluster

on display in the world, weighing in at 14,100 kilograms.

Browse the many excellent bookshops and curio shops

and spoil yourself with a unique gift from the area. If

adrenalin and outdoors is your thing then you can enjoy

optional activities like quad biking, sand boarding, 4x4

safaris and skydiving (weather permitting).

day 9: swakopmund to Brandberg

The journey north continues, with Brandberg the next

destination. You can visit the famous White Lady Bushmen

painting at the Brandberg Mountain (the highest point in

Namibia standing at 2,573m above sea level). Although

the walk is not strenuous, it takes about 2 hours in a very

hot environment. Enjoy the breath-taking scenery along

the riverbed on the way to the famous “lady”, with multicoloured

rocks that takes on various shades of flaming

orange in the late afternoon, giving the mountain its name.

day10: Brandberg to twyfelfontein

Today is a short drive to another area famous for desert

elephant. Twyfelfontein means “spring of doubt”. Like

Brandberg, Twyfelfontein is a site of ancient art and sacred

rituals portrayed in the at least 2,500 rock engravings. It

is also a proclaimed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Use

the opportunity to discover more about one of Namibia’s

oldest tribes, the Damara. A visit to the Damara Living

Museum can be added to your optional activities list.

day 11: twyfelfontein to Opuwo

The morning starts early for the drive to Opuwo. In the

afternoon, we go on a guided walk to a traditional Himba

village and learn more about the Himba culture and the

Himba tribes with their trademark, red ochre body paint.

day 12: Opuwo to etosha national Park

Travel through the vast expanses of Northern Namibia to

Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s most loved

wildlife sanctuaries. You will go on a game drive to search

for elephant, antelope and lion around their watering holes.

Etosha is home to more than 100 species of mammals

including the endangered black rhino. After sunset you can

watch animals clustered around the waterhole near your

campsite.

day 13: etosha national Park

Enjoy a full day’s game drive. Gather memories of unique

sights that you will not likely experience again. Watch how

ghostly grey-white elephants bathe themselves in the white

dust of the area or zoom in on the magnificent sight of

giraffes etched against a wide and open horizon. You can

book an optional night game drive.

day 14: etosha national Park to Windhoek

Travel to Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. Spend the last

few hours of the day exploring Windhoek and its strong

German influence. You’ll have the option to celebrate your

last night and your new friendships at one of Windhoek’s

well known restaurants.

day 15: Windhoek

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end

of another incredible tour. Book a day or two extra in

Windhoek to make the most of your stay. Windhoek has

loads of interesting things to offer. One of the most famous

is the display of 33 meteorites, the Gibeon Meteorites in

the Post Street Mall. Take pictures of and touch these

extra-terrestrial bodies that are corrosive resistant due to

the high amount of nickel in them. One of the most widely

photographed and a historical landmark is the Christ

Church, a Lutheran church, built in the Gothic revival style.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

14 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches,

10 Dinners

Basic Hotel (2 nts), Multi-share Rooms (2

nts), Participation Camping (10 nts)

Fish River Canyon, Sesriem / Sossusvlei,

Namib Naukluft National Park, Etosha

National Park

Afica4us Kids Project, Fish River Canyon,

Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, Sossus on

Foot - Desert Experience, Authentic Himba

Settlement Experience, Etosha National

Park Game Drives

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Delta and Falls Premium

Camping Adventure

Tour Price:

US$980.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$70.00

9 Days

Duration

20 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Windhoek

End: Livingstone

1,600km

Yes

Camping Tours

This tour gives the budget traveller 9 days to discover Botswana and the Victoria Falls.

Begin your nine-day journey of discovery in Namibia and finish at the Victoria Falls in Zambia. Each region offers a

different experience of overwhelming beauty. On one hand, you have a Natural Wonder of the World: Victoria Falls,

which is a magical realm of mist-soaked rainforest shrouded by the deafening roar of cascading water. On the other

hand, you have Botswana, which is home to 70 percent of the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, one of the

largest inland deltas in the world.

This tour delivers an unforgettable experience as you dance with the San (Bushmen), do a mokoro excursion in the

Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National Park, and soak up the incredible views of Victoria Falls.

You have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. This is an optional activity and it is not

included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

Also available from Victoria Falls to Windhoek.

Tour name: Falls and Delta Premium Camping Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

Day 1: Windhoek

Explore Windhoek during the day and meet your group

and your Tour Leader in the evening to get acquainted

and review your trip details. Windhoek is the capital of

Namibia and a great place to visit. One of the most famous

attractions is the display of 33 meteorites, the Gibeon

Meteorites in the Post Street Mall. For the historically

inclined there are many museums and historical buildings

within walking distance around the town centre. One of

the most widely photographed and a historical landmark

is the Christ Church, a Lutheran church, built in the Gothic

revival style.

Day 2: Windhoek to Ghanzi

Depart Windhoek early for a long drive through the eastern

part of Namibia, crossing the border into Botswana and

travelling into the heart of the Kalahari Desert. Ghanzi is

the area where San (Bushmen) live who still have the

knowledge of an ancient lifestyle and who are eager to

welcome visitors into their almost forgotten world. In the

evening, enjoy an optional ancient dance ritual performed

around a campfire by the San and if the night is clear, enjoy

the sparkling, starry skies for which Ghanzi is famous.

Day 3: Ghanzi to Maun

Before departing Ghanzi, enjoy an optional morning walk

with the San (Bushmen) as they display their survival skills

that have been passed on through generations. Arrive in

Maun, Botswana’s fifth largest town, after lunchtime. You

have the option to get a spectacular birds-eye view of the

Okavango Delta from above in a small fixed wing aircraft

(weather permitting). Looking down on the Delta will give

you a fair idea of the magnitude of this massive mix of land

and water with its intricate system of channels and islands.

You might also see families of elephant, giraffe, and herds

of buffalo or even hippos.

Day 4: Maun

Today you experience a new way of travelling –go into

the Okavango Delta with a mokoro just as the locals do.

You are transferred to the “polling’’ station either with a

motorized boat or a 4x4 vehicle depending on the water

levels of the Delta. A mokoro is a traditional dug-out canoe

that seats two people and is steered by a “poler” standing

at the back, manoeuvring the mokoro downstream with a

pole, very much like the gondoliers in Venice. Gliding along

on the quiet waters, use the opportunity to take exquisite

photos of your surroundings. The duration of the trail

depends on the time of year and water levels of the Delta.

You stop for lunch at an island and enjoy a nature walk of a

few hours, then head back to Maun, enjoying a last hour or

two on the water while the late afternoon sun starts setting

on the horizon.

Day 5: Maun to Elephant Sands

Set out for Elephant Sands, a campsite close to the village

Nata. This camp is famous for its watering hole, voted

as one of the top ten watering holes in Africa. Expect to

see animals such as wild dogs, different antelope species

and of course elephants that walk through the campsite

searching for fresh water. This will probably be the closest

you will get to these wild animals on foot.

Day 6: Elephant Sands to Chobe River (Kasane)

Continue to the small town of Kasane, adjacent to the

Chobe National Park & Chobe River. Relish the views

during your included afternoon sunset boat cruise. Take

a sundowner with you as you search for wildlife such as

elephant, buffalo, kudu, bushbuck, hippo, giraffe and sable

on the banks of the Chobe River. There is an opportunity

to go on an optional Photo Safari at your own expense,

you will though forfeit the included afternoon sunset boat

cruise.

Day 7: Chobe River (Kasane) to Livingstone

(Victoria Falls)

There is no better way to start your day in search of wild

animals on your included game drive in the Chobe National

Park. We cross into Zambia and enjoy a short drive to

the magnificent Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls is not

the widest or highest falls but is regarded as the world’s

biggest.

Day 8: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Today you have time for some action-filled activities on

offer. Bungee jump or gorge swing off the Victoria Falls

Bridge that links Zambia and Zimbabwe or choose a half

day or full day white water rafting adventure. Many of our

groups opt to book their final evening together aboard a

sunset cruise along the Zambezi River with game-viewing,

beautiful scenery and an open bar.

Day 9: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Day 3 - 5: (Optional Fly-in 2 Night Delta Experience)

Once you arrive in Maun on Day 3, you are transferred to

the camp with a light aircraft where you are welcomed by

your personal guide. The camp is situated on the edge of

Chief’s Island, in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the

Moremi Game Reserve. Day 4 you are guided on a nature

walk with a professional guide (a maximum of two guests

per guide), returning for a late breakfast. Spent a relaxing

day in the fresh waters of the Delta. In the afternoon, you

venture out in a mokoro in search of birds and possibly

some wildlife and get a chance to visit the nearby islands.

After breakfast on day 5, you return to Maun, where you

join the group to set out for Elephant Sands.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

8 Breakfasts. 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (1 nt), Participation

Camping (5 nts), Adventure Tents (2 nts)

Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park

Okavango Delta – Day Tip including

Mokoro Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe

National Park Boat Cruise, Chobe

National Park Game Drive

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Best of Eastern Africa

Northbound Premium

Camping Adventure

Tour Price:

US$3,190.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$145.00

21 Days

Duration

20 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Livingstone

End: Nairobi

4,730km

Yes

Camping Tours

Travel from Vic Falls in Zambia via Malawi, Tanzania & Zanzibar to Kenya

Savour the views at Victoria Falls, camp in various National Parks. Nearly three weeks of travel from Victoria Falls

to Nairobi to see and experience most of what Eastern Africa offers. Visit natural landmarks like the Victoria Falls,

South Luangwa, Lake Malawi, Zanzibar, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Sleep under the stars of the African sky

and spot wildlife such as lion, cheetah, buffalo, hippo, crocodile and many species of antelope.

Also available from Nairobi to Livingstone.

Tour name: The Best of Eastern Africa Southbound Premium Camping Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

Day 1: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Use the opportunity to explore your surroundings before

your welcome meeting at 18:00 when your Tour Leader

will review the details of your trip. Visit this UNESCO World

Heritage Site, which is also one of the Seven Natural

Wonders of the World. Standing in front of the Victoria Falls

you understand why the indigenous tribe the Tonga gave it

the beautiful and descriptive name of Mosi-Oa-Tunya

(The Smoke That Thunders).

Day 2: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Today you have time for some action-filled activities

from helicopter or microlight flights over the Victoria

Falls, bungee jump or gorge swing off the Victoria Falls

Bridge that links Zambia and Zimbabwe or a half day or

full day white water rafting adventure. End the day with a

sunset cruise on the Zambezi, complete with snacks and

refreshments.

Day 3: Livingstone (Victoria Falls) to Lusaka

A long day’s drive to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. You

have ample time to relax and soak up the scenery of

unspoiled nature and traditional settlements en route. Your

rest camp is just outside the capital situated on a private

game farm, where you can linger in the swimming pool or

enjoy refreshments in the bar.

Day 4: Lusaka to South Luangwa National Park

A long, but worthwhile drive in a north-east direction to

the jewel of Zambia, South Luangwa National Park. We

cross an important landmark the Luangwa Bridge across

the Luangwa River. If time allows you might make a quick

stop at the market town straddling the highway and taste

dried fish or buy a straw hat for the sunny days ahead. We

overnight next to the Luangwa River on the border of South

Luangwa National Park.

Day 5: South Luangwa National Park

Start the day with a morning game drive in 4x4 safari

vehicles. South Luangwa is the southernmost national

park in the valley of the Luangwa River and regarded by

many experts as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries

in the world. Be on the lookout for elephant lazily grazing,

search for the well-known red lion nicknamed Ginger, stop

at towering Thornicroft giraffe, great herds of buffalo, puku,

zebra and pods of hippos. Get lost in a spectacular world

with trees such as mopane, tamarind, sausage and marula.

You have the option to book an afternoon or night game

drive as an optional activity.

Day 6: South Luangwa National Park to Kande Beach

Kande offers a total change of scenery next to Lake

Malawi, also named The Lake of Stars by explorer David

Livingstone. Nestled between Malawi, Mozambique and

Tanzania, this great body of water is lined with picturesque

thatched roofed huts and colourful washing fluttering on

washing lines. On arrival, plunge down in a hammock in the

characterful bar of Kande Beach or sit in the early evening

on the beach to enjoy the cool breeze blowing from the

lake.

Day 7: Kande Beach

The day begins with a taste of local life when you go on

a village tour with one of the local guides. You learn more

about the culture and daily life of the local people. Use your

time of leisure to experience the novelty of diving in fresh

water with a Padi accredited diving centre or just bask in

the sun on the beach, take a swim in the fresh water, or

take a kayak or pedal boat out.

Day 8: Kande Beach to Chitimba Beach

En route to Chitimba, we drive through a rubber tree forest.

Your adventure crew will show you the process of rubber

tree tapping and how the farmers collect the latex from

these trees. Stop for shopping in Mzuzu, the third largest

city in Malawi and the centre of the agricultural region. We

arrive at Chitimba camp after lunch, you have the afternoon

free to relax on the beach or visit the market just outside

the camp.

Day 9: Chitimba Beach

Today is a relaxing day. Do an optional hike to the

Livingstonia Museum or try your hand at wood crafting

lessons, go on a guided hike, village tours or challenge one

of the locals at their most popular game called Bao - the

Swahili name for a board game.

Day 10: Lake Malawi to Iringa

Our journey continues to Iringa, a region famous for woven

reed baskets not only used locally but also exported

internationally. We overnight on a working farm with sheep,

cattle and a variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Old

ruins had been converted into The Mud Ruins Bar and

Restaurant, keeping the original 70-year-old structures

intact. Enjoy a hearty dinner prepared with produce from

the farm while candles and lanterns lit up this charismatic

ruin with natural ambiance and rustic elegance.

Day 11: Iringa to Dar es Salaam

Rise early for a long drive to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s

largest city. We drive through beautiful scenery like the

winding road through Baobab Valley - a valley filled with

baobab trees of all shapes and ages. Closer to Dar the

population becomes denser though no more the capital of

Tanzania it remains an important economical centre. The

chaotic streets of Dar es Salaam challenge your senses

with an onslaught of colours, smells and noise. Buy an

ice cream, peanuts or charcoal grilled maize through

the windows of the truck while it crawls through the

insane traffic. The day ends with a good night’s rest in a

comfortable bed or enjoy a night out about town exploring.

Day 12: Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar (Nungwi Beach)

A short ferry trip takes us from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar.

On arrival at the harbour, you are met by a local guide for

a spice tour. Learn how spices such as cinnamon, cloves,

nutmeg vanilla and peppercorns are grown and harvested

and inhale the different fragrances wandering through the

crops. After a tasty Swahili lunch, we continue to Nungwi

Beach.

Day 13: Nungwi Beach

Enjoy a day exploring this historic town or simply relax

at your hotel next to the pool. Nungwi offers white

sandy beaches, stage-set palm trees, turquoise sea and

sunshine. Take part in activities like snorkeling, scuba

diving or guided walks.

Day 14: Nungwi Beach to Stone Town

A private transfer takes you to Stone Town. Explore this

historic town with its maze of alleys lined with houses,

shops, bazaars and mosques. Wander through the narrow

streets filled with the fragrance of incense and spices,

to add the distinct “Zanzibar smell” to your memories.

Incredible architecture and enormous brass-studded

wooden doors offer endless photo opportunities. Although

the Zanzibarians in their long, elegantly flowing garments

are tempting to photograph, please be sensitive to their

privacy and ask first.

Day 15: Stone Town to Bagamoyo

Leave Stone Town via ferry to meet up with your overland

safari vehicle for the transfer to Bagamoyo, approximately

80km north of Dar es Salaam. Bagamoyo was the most

important trading post of Eastern Africa in the 19th century.

A small fishing village, rich in history. Enjoy freshly caught

fish cooked to your delight at the fish market situated on

the beach.

Day 16: Bagamoyo to Arusha

We depart early for Arusha, a bustling city located on the

eastern side of the Great Rift Valley. You might just get a

glimpse of Mount Kilimanjaro, usually veiled behind clouds.

Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano and the highest freestanding

mountain in Africa. Watch how the landscapes

change from tropical palm trees, banana and paw-paw

trees to open savannah and acacia trees. You will see true

Masai minding their cattle. We overnight at Meserani Snake

Park, a true community orientated campsite. Drink an icecold

Kilimanjaro beer or soda with the knowledge that you

are contributing to the community.

Day 17: Arusha to Serengeti National Park

A long scenic drive to the Serengeti. The Serengeti

Migration was officially declared as one of the 7 Natural

Wonders of Africa in, 2013. Serengeti National Park is also

a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We use 4x4 safari vehicles

for the duration of the Serengeti & Crater excursion. This is

one of the best areas to observe pride of lion in their natural

environment. You might also spot blue wildebeest, gazelle,

zebra and buffalo. Tonight, you will be sleeping in the wild

in an unfenced camp in the middle of the Serengeti. You

might just fall asleep to the sound of a lion roaring, calling

for his females, the haunting call of the hyena or the lonely

cry of jackal.

Day 18: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro

Conservation Area

Enjoy an early breakfast before your safari begins. We

do game drives in the Serengeti until around lunch time,

then crossover to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The

Crater is the world’s largest inactive, unfilled and intact

volcanic caldera. The crater is home to roughly 25,000

large animals. Be on the lookout for buffalo, zebra, or

elephant which might just wander into the campsite.

Day 19: Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Karatu

Enjoy a final early morning game drive into the Crater.

Descending 600 metres from the crater rim to the bottom

of the crater will feel like entering an ancient world. Massive

candelabra cacti stand watch along the slopes and

inside the crater, you will find a mini-world with a lake, a

swamp, a river, grassland and forest. Have cameras ready

for endangered black rhino, elephants with long, white,

curved tusks, spotted hyena, herds of wildebeest clowning

around, skittish zebra or the jackpot of any game drive,

the big cats - lion, leopard and cheetah. You have the

afternoon free to enjoy cocktails next to the swimming pool

or go on a village walk.

Day 20: Karatu to Nairobi

Today is a relaxing drive crossing the Tanzania / Kenya

border. Explore the city of Nairobi, which highlights include

Nairobi National Museum, Railway Museum, Karen Blixen

Museum, The Village Market, Giraffe Centre and Bomas of

Kenya, but perhaps the most famous tourist attraction is

Carnivore, an open-air restaurant featuring an all-you-caneat

meat buffet.

Day 21: Nairobi

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another successful tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

20 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches,

14 Dinners

Bungalow/Lodge (3 nts), Comfort

Hotel (1 nts), Tented Rooms (1 nts),

Adventure Tents (2 nt), Participation

Camping (13 nts)

South Luangwa National

Park, Serengeti National Park,

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

South Luangwa Game Drive,

Village Visit - Malawi, Ferry to

Zanzibar, Spice Tour, Game Drive

in 4x4 Safari Vehicle down into

Ngorongoro Crater, Game Drives in

Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle

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Cape, Dunes, Delta

and Falls Premium

Camping Adventure

Tour Price:

US$2,022.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$200.00

22 Days

Duration

20 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Livingstone

5,000km

Yes

Camping Tours

This tour gives the budget traveller 22 days from Cape Town, South Africa to the Victoria Falls

in Zambia.

You’ll have 22 magnificent days to explore, starting off with the bustling and sophisticated city of Cape Town,

nestled between mountains, beaches and Winelands, admire the sunset at Fish River Canyon, journey over the

Namib Desert with its splendid red dunes, go on safari in Etosha National Park and visit Windhoek one of the

smallest and cleanest capital cities in the world. In Botswana, you can dance with the San (Bushmen), do a

mokoro excursion in the Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National Park, and soak up the incredible

views of Victoria Falls.

You’ll have several nights of camping under the African sky and transport in an Adventure Overland Safari Vehicle

(fitted with 20 Luxury Seats), which will ensure that you get an unforgettable camping experience in Africa. With

time to explore on your own and a marvellous choice of included and optional activities to do, you’ll experience

the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

(On this tour, you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is

an optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta

but no overnight in the Delta.)

Also available from Livingstone to Cape Town.

Tour name: Falls, Delta, Dunes & Cape Premium Camping Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

This tour combines with:

Pg. 5. Cape and Desert Premium Camping Adventure

Pg. 6. Delta and Falls Premium Camping Adventure

Day 3 - 5: (Optional Fly-in 2 Night Delta Experience)

Once you arrive in Maun on Day 3, you are transferred to

the camp with a light aircraft where you are welcomed by

your personal guide. The camp is situated on the edge of

Chief’s Island, in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the

Moremi Game Reserve. Day 4 you are guided on a nature

walk with a professional guide (a maximum of two guests

per guide), returning for a late breakfast. Spent a relaxing

day in the fresh waters of the Delta. In the afternoon, you

venture out in a mokoro in search of birds and possibly

some wildlife and get a chance to visit the nearby islands.

After breakfast on Day 5, you return to Maun, where you

join the group to set out for Elephant Sands.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

21 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches,

15 Dinners

Basic Hotel (1 nt), Multi-share

Rooms (2 nts), Participation

Camping (15 nts), Comfort Hotel

(1 nt), Adventure Tents (2 nts)

Fish River Canyon, Sesriem

/ Sossusvlei, Namib Naukluft

National Park, Etosha National Park,

Okavango Delta, Chobe National

Park

Afica4us Kids Project, Fish River

Canyon, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45,

Sossus on Foot Desert Experience,

Authentic Himba Settlement

Experience, Etosha National Park

Game Drives. Okavango Delta – Day

Tip including Mokoro Trail & Nature

Walk, Chobe National Park Boat

Cruise, Chobe National Park Game

Drive

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Ultimate Africa

Northbound Premium

Camping Adventure

Tour Price:

US$5,033.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$345.00

40 Days

Duration

20 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Nairobi

9,730km

Yes

Camping Tours

This tour gives the budget traveller 40 days from Cape Town, South Africa to Nairobi, Kenya.

A mix of Cape Town’s city streets, Namibia’s vast desert landscapes, the rugged Okavango Delta and breathtaking

views of the Victoria Falls, show you the many sides of this captivating Southern Africa region, where lions,

elephants and rhinos roam. Watch a traditional San Bushman dance, do a Mokoro excursion in the Okavango

Delta, spot wildlife in Chobe National Park, soak up the incredible views of Victoria Falls. Travel further north to

Eastern Africa. Visit natural landmarks like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Malawi and South Luangwa.

Experience the best of East Africa and track the Big Five and numerous other animals during several game drives.

This tour gives you several nights of camping under the African sky and transport in an Adventure Overland Safari

Vehicle (fitted with 20 Luxury Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable camping experience in

Africa. With time to explore on your own and optional activities including hikes and skydiving, you’ll soak up the

beauty and diversity of Southern and Eastern Africa.

(On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is

an optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta

but no overnight in the Delta).

Also available from Nairobi to Cape Town.

Tour name: Ultimate Africa Southbound Premium Camping.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

This tour combines with:

Pg. 5. Cape and Desert Premium Camping Adventure

Pg. 6. Delta and Falls Premium Camping Adventure

Pg. 7. Best of Eastern Africa Northbound Premium Camping Adventure

Day 3 - 5: (Optional Fly-in 2 Night Delta Experience on Delta and Falls Premium Camping Adventure)

Once you arrive in Maun on Day 3, you are transferred to the camp with a light aircraft where you are welcomed by your

personal guide. The camp is situated on the edge of Chief’s Island, in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the Moremi

Game Reserve. Day 4 you are guided on a nature walk with a professional guide (a maximum of two guests per guide),

returning for a late breakfast. Spent a relaxing day in the fresh waters of the Delta. In the afternoon, you venture out in a

mokoro in search of birds and possibly some wildlife and get a chance to visit the nearby islands. After breakfast on Day

5, you return to Maun, where you join the group to set out for Elephant Sands.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

39 Breakfasts, 32 Lunches,

29 Dinners

Basic Hotel (1 nt), Multi-share

Lodge (2 nts), Comfort Hotel (2 nts),

Bungalow/Lodge (3 nts), Tented

Room (1 nt), Participation Camping

(28 nts), Adventure Tents (2 nts)

Fish River Canyon, Sesriem/

Sossusvlei, Namib Naukluft

National Park, Etosha National Park,

Okavango Delta, Chobe National

Park, South Luangwa National Park,

Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro

Conservation Area

Afica4us Kids Project, Fish River

Canyon, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45,

Sossus on Foot - Desert Experience,

Authentic Himba Settlement

Experience, Etosha National Park

Game Drives, Okavango Delta

– Day Tip including Mokoro Trail &

Nature Walk, Chobe National Park

Boat Cruise, Chobe National Park

Game Drive, South Luangwa Game

Drive, Village Visit - Malawi, Ferry

to Zanzibar, Spice Tour, Game Drive

in 4x4 Safari Vehicle down into

Ngorongoro Crater, Game Drives in

Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle

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premium

accommodated

adventures

10


Cape, Kalahari & Dunes

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$1,990.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$260.00

11 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Windhoek

2,300km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Travel from Cape Town, South Africa via the Kalahari to Windhoek, Namibia.

You’ll have 11 magnificent days to explore the bustling city of Cape Town, listen to the sound of water thundering

down the 56m Augrabies Waterfall, view gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest where red dunes & shrub

fade into infinity and admire the sunset over the Namib Desert. This tour offers you several nights under the African

sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats), which will ensure

that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to explore on your own and optional activities, you’ll

soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Also available from Windhoek to Cape Town.

Tour name: Dunes, Kalahari and Cape Premium Accommodated Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

Day 1: Cape Town

Explore the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town during the day

and meet your group and your Tour Leader in the evening

at 18:00 to get acquainted and review your trip details.

Cape Town offers an unbelievable variety of experiences,

tastes and sightseeing. Make sure to arrive a day early to

go to world famous Robben Island where former President

Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, visit

Cape Point or go with a cable car up Table Mountain to

enjoy a panoramic view of Cape Town from the top.

Day 2: Cape Town

After breakfast, we depart for the Cape of Good Hope at

the tip of the Cape Peninsula. Rugged rocks and sheer

cliffs tower more than 200m above sea level. The natural

vegetation of the area, fynbos, comprises the smallest but

richest of the world’s six flora kingdoms. After lunch we

visit the endangered African Penguin Colony at Boulder’s

Beach in Simonstown.

Day 3: Cape Town to Strandfontein

We head north to the West Coast of South Africa, to

Strandfontein, a popular tourist attraction with a picturesque

shoreline. Watch as Sandpipers, Gulls and Oystercatchers

scavenge for food. On the way to Strandfontein, we stop

for a short walk to the Heerenlogement Cave close to the

small town Graafwater. This shelter has earned itself the

name of “Holiday Inn of the 17th century” due to all the

people who took refuge there on a temporary basis.

Day 4: Strandfontein to Augrabies Falls National Park

Our next stop is the Augrabies Falls National Park. Named

by the local Khoi residents “Aukoerebis” – meaning “Place

of big noise” in Nama. The most spectacular feature of

this National Park is the Augrabies Falls. This is a very arid

environment, vegetation is hardy and includes succulents,

aloes, acacias and the Namaqua fig. Augrabies is ideal for

self-hikes, birdwatching and is also home to 46 mammal

species.

Day 5: Augrabies Falls National Park to Kgalagadi

Transfrontier Park

This park is an amalgamation of the Kalahari Gemsbok

National Park in South Africa and the Gemsbok National

Park in Botswana, bordering Namibia on the west. It

comprises an area of over 3.6 million hectares – one of very

few conservation areas of this magnitude left in the world.

Red sand dunes, sparse vegetation and the dry riverbeds

show antelope and predators off to spectacular advantage

and provide excellent photographic opportunities.

Overnight just outside the park.

Day 6: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

A day for photo opportunities, we visit the park for a full

day’s game drive. This is a land of contrast and unique

beauty, red sand dunes with a backdrop of deep blue

sky. Here you find straight-horned oryx wandering in

the waving yellow-gold dune bushman grass. Majestic

camel thorn trees on open plains give home and shade

to many of the Kalahari’s dwellers. The sparse vegetation

and the dry riverbeds show antelope and predators off to

spectacular advantage and provide excellent photographic

opportunities. Keep cameras ready for the famous blackmane

Kalahari lions.

Day 7: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park to Seeheim

We cross the South African / Namibian border and travel

to Seeheim. Early in the 20th century, the sole purpose

of this small town was that of a junction station between

Keetmanshoop, Lüderitz and Karasburg. This rustic oasis

in the desert built from stone is where you will be spending

your first night under the Namibian starlit sky.

Day 8: Seeheim to Sesriem

Sesriem is a small settlement located in the Namib Desert.

The name Sesriem means “six belts’ and was named by the

Dorsland Trekkers, a group of Afrikaans-speaking settlers.

It is said that they had to tie together 6 belts (made of oryx

hide) to reach buckets down into the Sesriem Canyon to

scoop up water. The Sesriem Canyon is a natural canyon

carved in sedimentary rock.

Day 9: Sesriem

An early departure will give you the opportunity to climb

the majestic Dune 45 during the cooler time of the day.

Make use of the opportunity for an optional transfer to

the famous Sossusvlei and Deadvlei, relax in the shade of

camel thorn trees or take a short walk in the dunes. The

Namib, a minimum of 55 million years old, is regarded as

the oldest desert in the world. The sand is coloured red due

to the high levels of iron oxide. These dunes are known as

star dunes, created by winds blowing from all directions

and is also known as the highest sand dunes in the world.

Late afternoon, we visit the Sesriem Canyon, a miniature

canyon by world standards but beautiful to walk around

in and appreciate the distinctive sedimentary rocks and

conglomerate that line the canyon walls.

Day 10: Sesriem to Windhoek

Travel to Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. Spend the last

few hours of the day exploring Windhoek and its strong

German influence. You’ll have the option to celebrate your

last night and your new friendships at one of Windhoek’s

well know restaurants.

Day 11: Windhoek

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

10 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 2 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (3 nts), Basic Hotel

(1 nt), Bungalows / Lodges (4 nts),

Tented Rooms (2 nts)

Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib

Naukluft National Park

Table Mountain National Park

– Cape of Good Hope, Boulders

Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game

Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45

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Namibian Explorer

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$2,099.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$290.00

12 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Namibia

1,921km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Explore Namibia in style over 12 days.

You’ll have 12 magnificent days to explore, starting off in Windhoek, Namibia one of the smallest and cleanest

capital cities in the world where you can treat yourself to the famous locally brewed beer, the Windhoek Lager.

Journey over the Namib desert with its splendid red dunes and go on safari in Etosha National Park. Meet one of

the last semi-nomadic tribes of Africa, support our Africa4us Kids Project and capture that perfect moment where

you feel a true connection with Africa.

Day 1: Windhoek

Explore Windhoek during the day and meet your group and

your Tour Leader in the evening at 18:00 to get acquainted

and review your trip details. Windhoek is a tiny capital

town with loads of interesting things to offer. One of the

most famous is the display of 33 meteorites, the Gibeon

Meteorites in the Post Street Mall. For the historically

inclined there are many museums and historical buildings

within walking distance around the town centre. One of the

most widely photographed and a historical landmark is the

Christ Church, a Lutheran church, built in the Gothic revival

style.

Day 2: Windhoek to Gobabeb

Head southwest towards the Namib Desert. Enjoy a

scenic drive, beautiful in a unique and rugged way. The

Gobabeb Training & Research Centre was founded in 1962

and the center conducts research on climate, ecology,

geomorphology and test, demonstrate and promote

Appropriate Technologies. Two days of interesting and

educational activities lie ahead. After dinner, you get the

opportunity to go scorpion hunting or just relax next to the

campfire and count the satellites passing over in the starlit

Namibian sky.

Day 3: Gobabeb

After breakfast, you go on a Desert Research Station

tour with local guides explaining and demonstrating the

different tests and research that they conduct daily. In the

afternoon, you go on a guided nature walk to learn more

about the creatures living in the seemingly barren desert.

There is much more in a desert than what meets the eye

and that going about unseen is a survival trait of many of

the desert’s inhabitants. Climb a nearby sand dune and

enjoy a sundowner and stunning desert sunset.

Day 4: Gobabeb to Swakopmund

Continue to Swakopmund with its cooler Atlantic sea

air, cultural experiences and options for some extreme

adventures like quad biking, sand boarding, 4x4 safaris

and skydiving (weather permitting). The only meal provided

today is breakfast as Swakopmund has plenty of great

places to experience the local cuisine.

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Day 5: Swakopmund

Swakopmund’s variety of attractions and activities, cater

for all tastes and styles. Take a walk along the beach and

dip your toes in the icy Atlantic Ocean, or visit the Kristal

Gallery which boasts with the largest Quartz Crystal Cluster

on display in the world, weighing in at 14,100 kilograms.

Browse the many excellent bookshops and curio shops

and spoil yourself with a unique gift from the area.

Day 6: Swakopmund to Brandberg

We travel north to Brandberg which is home to Königstein,

at 2,573m above sea level the highest peak in Namibia.

Relax at your campsite or make use of the opportunity

to visit the famous White Lady Bushmen painting in the

Brandberg. Enjoy the breath-taking scenery along the

riverbed on the way to the famous “lady”, with multicoloured

rocks that take on various shades of flaming

orange in the late afternoon, giving the mountain its name.

Day 7: Brandberg to Twyfelfontein

Today is a short drive to another area famous for desert

elephant. Twyfelfontein means “spring of doubt”. Like

Brandberg, Twyfelfontein is a site of ancient art and sacred

rituals portrayed in the at least 2,500 rock engravings. It

is also a proclaimed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Use

the opportunity to discover more about one of Namibia’s

oldest tribes, the Damara. A visit to the Damara Living

Museum can be added to your optional activities list.

Day 8: Twyfelfontein to Opuwo

The morning starts early for the drive to Opuwo. In the

afternoon, we go on a guided walk to a traditional Himba

village and learn more about the Himba culture and the

Himba tribes with their trademark, red ochre body paint.

Day 9: Opuwo to Etosha National Park

Travel through the vast expanses of Northern Namibia to

Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s most loved

wildlife sanctuaries. Head out for a game drive to search

for elephant, antelope and lion around their watering holes.

Etosha is home to more than 100 species of mammals

including the endangered black rhino. Tonight is one of

the highlights of your trip as you sleep under the stars in a

luxury tented camp, the Dolomite Camp in Western Etosha.

Day 10: Etosha National Park

Enjoy a full day’s game drive. Gather memories of unique

sights that you will not likely experience again. Watch

how ghostly grey-white elephants bathe themselves in

the white dust of the area or zoom in on the magnificent

sight of giraffes etched against a wide and open horizon.

You can book an optional night game drive or relax and

observe the animals clustered around the camp waterhole.

Day 11: Etosha National Park to Windhoek

Travel to Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. Spend the last

few hours of the day exploring Windhoek and its strong

German influence. You’ll have the option to celebrate your

last night and your new friendships at one of Windhoek’s

well know restaurants.

Day 12: Windhoek

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

11 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 2 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (4 nts),

Luxury Tented Lodge (1 nt),

Bungalow / Lodge (6 nts)

Namib Naukluft National Park,

Etosha National Park

Activities at Gobabeb Research &

Training Centre - Night Walk,

Desert Research Station Tour

and Desert Nature Walk, Himba

Settlement Tour, Game Drives in

Etosha National Park


Delta and Falls

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

9 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Windhoek

End: Livingstone

1,600km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Tour Price:

US$1,890.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$300.00

Travel from Windhoek in Namibia via Botswana to the Victoria Falls in Zambia over 9 days.

Begin your nine-day journey of discovery in Namibia and finish at the Victoria Falls in Zambia. Each region offers

a different experience of overwhelming beauty. On one hand, you have a Natural Wonder of the World: Victoria

Falls, which is a magical realm of mist-soaked rainforest shrouded by the deafening roar of cascading water. On

the other hand, you have Botswana, which is home to 70 percent of the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta,

one of the largest inland deltas in the world. This tour delivers an unforgettable experience as you dance with the

San (Bushmen), do a mokoro excursion in the Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National Park, and soak

up the incredible views of Victoria Falls.

(You have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. This is an optional activity and it is not

included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta).

Also available from Victoria Falls to Windhoek.

Tour name: Falls and Delta Premium Accommodated Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

Day 1: Windhoek

Explore Windhoek during the day and meet your group and

your Tour Leader in the evening at 18:00 to get acquainted

and review your trip details. Windhoek is a tiny capital town

but very interesting. One of the most famous attractions is

the display of 33 meteorites, the Gibeon Meteorites in the

Post Street Mall. Here you can take pictures of and touch

these extra-terrestrial bodies that are corrosive resistant

due to the high amount of nickel in them. One of the most

widely photographed and a historical landmark is the Christ

Church, a Lutheran church, built in the Gothic revival style.

Day 2: Windhoek to Ghanzi

Depart Windhoek early for a long drive through the eastern

part of Namibia, crossing the border into Botswana and

travelling into the heart of the Kalahari Desert. Ghanzi is

the area where San (Bushmen) live who still have the

knowledge of an ancient lifestyle and who are eager to

welcome visitors into their almost forgotten world. In the

evening, enjoy an optional ancient dance ritual performed

around a campfire by the San and if the night is clear, enjoy

the sparkling, starry skies for which Ghanzi is famous.

Day 3: Ghanzi to Maun

Before departing Ghanzi, enjoy a morning walk with the

San (Bushmen) as they display their survival skills that

have been passed on through generations. Arrive in Maun,

Botswana’s fifth largest town, after lunchtime. You have the

option to get a spectacular birds-eye view of the Okavango

Delta from above in a small fixed wing aircraft (weather

permitting). Looking down on the Delta will give you a fair

idea of the magnitude of this massive mix of land and water

with its intricate system of channels and islands.

Day 4: Maun

Today you experience a new way of travelling – go into

the Okavango Delta with a mokoro just as the locals do.

You are transferred to the “polling’’ station either with a

motorized boat or a 4x4 vehicle depending on the water

levels of the Delta. A mokoro is a traditional dug-out canoe

that seats two people and is steered by a “poler” standing

at the back, manoeuvring the mokoro downstream with a

pole, very much like the gondoliers in Venice. Gliding along

on the quiet water use the opportunity to take exquisite

photos of your surroundings. You stop for lunch at an

island and enjoy a nature walk of a few hours, then head

back to Maun, enjoying a last hour or two on the water

while the late afternoon sun starts setting on the horizon.

Day 5: Maun to Elephant Sands

Set out for Elephant Sands, a lodge close to the village

of Nata. This camp is famous for its watering hole, voted

as one of the top ten watering holes in Africa. Expect to

see animals such as wild dogs, different antelope species

and of course elephants that walk through the campsite

searching for fresh water. This will probably be the closest

you will get to these wild animals on foot.

Day 6: Elephant Sands to Chobe River (Kasane)

Continue to the small town of Kasane, adjacent to the

Chobe National Park & Chobe River. Relish the views

during your included afternoon sunset boat cruise. Take

your own sundowner with you as you look for wildlife on the

banks of the Chobe River. Game such as elephant, buffalo,

kudu, bushbuck, hippo, giraffe and sable are commonly

seen along the river edge, and it’s a birdwatcher’s paradise

during the summer months.

Day 7: Chobe River (Kasane) to Livingstone

(Victoria Falls)

We cross into Zambia and enjoy a short drive to the

magnificent Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls is not the

widest or highest falls but is regarded as the world’s

biggest. It produces a breath-taking curtain of falling water

as it drops into the gorge below.

Day 8: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Today you have time for some action-filled activities on

offer. Bungee jump or gorge swing off the Victoria Falls

Bridge that links Zambia and Zimbabwe or choose a half

day or full day white water rafting adventure. Many of our

groups opt to book their final evening together aboard a

sunset cruise along the Zambezi River with game-viewing,

beautiful scenery and an open bar.

Day 9: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

8 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 1 Dinner

Comfort Hotel (1 nt), Tented Room

(3 nts), Bungalow / Lodges (4 nts)

Okavango Delta; Chobe National Park

San (Bushmen) walk; Okavango

Delta Daytrip including Mokoro Trail

and Nature Walk; Chobe National

Park Boat Cruise; Chobe National

Park Game Drive

Day 3 - 5: (Optional Fly-in 2 Night Delta Experience)

Once you arrive in Maun on Day 3, you are transferred to

the camp with a light aircraft where you are welcomed by

your personal guide. The camp is situated on the edge of

Chief’s Island, in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the

Moremi Game Reserve. Day 4 you are guided on a nature

walk with a professional guide (a maximum of two guests

per guide), returning for a late breakfast. Spent a relaxing

day in the fresh waters of the Delta. In the afternoon, you

venture out in a mokoro in search of birds and possibly

some wildlife and get a chance to visit the nearby islands.

After breakfast on Day 5, you return to Maun, where you

join the group to set out for Elephant Sands.

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Wildlife & Falls

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$2,099.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$350.00

10 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Johannesburg

End: Livingstone

1,845km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Travel from Johannesburg, South Africa via Botswana to Livingstone, Zambia over 10 days.

Explore the Okavango Delta in a mokoro, spot wildlife in Chobe National Park and soak up the incredible views

of Victoria Falls. From the majestic landscape of the Okavango Delta to the breath-taking water views of the

Victoria Falls, you’ll experience the many sides of Southern Africa during this trip of a lifetime. Transport in an airconditioned

Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats) ensures that you’ll get close to

the land and experience all this fascinating region offers.

(You have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. This is an optional activity and it is not

included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.)

Day 1: Johannesburg

Welcome to Johannesburg, also known as Egoli, or The

City of Gold. For the historically inclined there is the everpopular

Soweto tour or just jump on a Hop-On-Hop-Off

bus to discover Johannesburg at your own pace or a visit

to Gold Reef City, the amusement park and museum built

on an old mine shaft. Explore Johannesburg during the day

and meet your group and your Tour Leader in the evening

to get acquainted and review your trip details.

Day 2: Johannesburg to Buyskop (Bela Bela)

A short drive today to ease into your trip at a nice and slow

pace. We overnight in the Bela Bela area. Our lodge where

we stay is situated in the beautiful Bushveld and offers

various facilities and excellent lodging. You might see

animals such as giraffe, kudu, zebra, impala and bushbuck

on one of the hiking trails or simply relax next to the pool.

Day 3: Bela Bela to Serowe Country Hotel

Today we cross from South Africa into Botswana on a long

drive to Serowe. We arrive late afternoon, relax next to the

pool with a refreshing drink or visit the Khama III Memorial

Museum which showcases the history of the influential and

often controversial Khama family.

Day 4: Serowe to Maun

Today is a long drive north-west across the Botswana

interior towards Maun, Botswana’s fifth largest town. You

have the option to get a spectacular birds-eye view of the

Okavango Delta from above in a small fixed wing aircraft

(weather permitting). Looking down on the Delta will give

you a fair idea of the magnitude of this massive mix of land

and water with its intricate system of channels and islands.

You might also see families of elephant, giraffe, and herds

of buffalo or even hippos.

Day 5: Maun

Today you experience a new way of travelling – go into the

Okavango Delta with a mokoro just as the locals. You are

transferred to the “polling’’ station either with a motorized

boat or a 4x4 vehicle depending on the water levels of the

Delta. A mokoro is a traditional dug-out canoe that seats

two people and is steered by a “poler” standing at the

back, manoeuvring the mokoro downstream with a pole,

very much like the gondoliers in Venice. Gliding along

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on the quiet water use the opportunity to take exquisite

photos of your surroundings. You stop for lunch at an

island and enjoy a nature walk of a few hours, then head

back to Maun, enjoying a last hour or two on the water

while the late afternoon sun starts setting on the horizon.

Day 6: Maun to Elephant Sands

Set out for Elephant Sands, close to the Botswanan village

of Nata. This camp is famous for its watering hole, voted

as one of the top ten watering holes in Africa. Expect to

see animals such as wild dogs, different antelope species

and of course elephants that walk through the campsite

searching for fresh water. This will probably be the closest

you will get to these wild animals on foot.

Day 7: Elephant Sands to Chobe River (Kasane)

Continue to the small town of Kasane, adjacent to the

Chobe National Park & Chobe River. Relish the views

during your included afternoon sunset boat cruise. Take

your own sundowner with you as you look for wildlife on the

banks of the Chobe River. Game such as elephant, buffalo,

kudu, bushbuck, hippo, giraffe and sable are commonly

seen along the river edge, and it’s a birdwatcher’s paradise

during the summer months.

Day 8: Chobe River (Kasane) to Livingstone

(Victoria Falls)

We cross into Zambia and enjoy a short drive to the

magnificent Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls is not the

widest or highest falls but is regarded as the world’s

biggest. It produces a breath-taking curtain of falling water

as it drops into the gorge below.

Day 9: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Today you have time for some action-filled activities on

offer. Bungee jump or gorge swing off the Victoria Falls

Bridge that links Zambia and Zimbabwe or choose a half

day or full day white water rafting adventure. Many of our

groups opt to book their final evening together aboard a

sunset cruise along the Zambezi River with game-viewing,

beautiful scenery and an open bar.

Day 10: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

9 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 1 Dinner

Bungalows/Lodges (5nts), Tented

Rooms (3nts), Basic Hotel (1nt)

Okavango Delta,

Chobe National Park

Okavango Delta Day Trip including

Mokoro Trail and Nature Walk, Chobe

Boat Cruise, Chobe Game Drive

Day 4 - 6: (Optional Fly-in 2 Night Delta Experience)

Once you arrive in Maun on Day 3, you are transferred to

the camp with a light aircraft where you are welcomed by

your personal guide. The camp is situated on the edge of

Chief’s Island, in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the

Moremi Game Reserve. Day 4 you are guided on a nature

walk with a professional guide (a maximum of two guests

per guide), returning for a late breakfast. Spent a relaxing

day in the fresh waters of the Delta. In the afternoon, you

venture out in a mokoro in search of birds and possibly

some wildlife and get a chance to visit the nearby islands.

After breakfast on Day 5, you return to Maun, where you

join the group to set out for Elephant Sands.


Falls and Kruger

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$2,399.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$320.00

9 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Livingstone

End: Johannesburg

2,350km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Travel from Livingstone in Zambia through Zimbabwe via the Kruger National Park

to Johannesburg.

Bask in the beauty of the legendary Victoria Falls and watch for wildlife in two national parks. This tour leads

you through spectacular highlights of Zimbabwe, starting with Victoria Falls, continuing to the splendid Matobo

National Park and ending with famous Kruger National Park. Explore the wildlife, nature and beauty of Southern

Africa as you journey from Victoria Falls to Johannesburg in an air-conditioned Premium Overland Safari Vehicle

(fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats).

Day 1: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Use the opportunity to explore your surroundings before

your welcome meeting when your Tour Leader will review

the details of your trip. Visit this UNESCO World Heritage

Site, which is also one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the

World. Standing in front of the Victoria Falls you understand

why the indigenous tribe the Tonga gave it the beautiful

and descriptive name of Mosi-Oa-Tunya (The Smoke That

Thunders).

Day 2: Livingstone (Victoria Falls) to Gwango

(Hwange area)

We will cross the border into Zimbabwe and stop at our

Africa4us Kids Project to either help with construction

or deliver books and toys. We continue to Gwango

Elephant Lodge situated just outside Hwange National

Park. Hwange is the largest park in Zimbabwe occupying

roughly 14,650 square kilometres. Look forward to an

included afternoon open vehicle game drive. You have the

opportunity to go on an optional night game drive in the

estate for an opportunity to discover nocturnal animals

such as porcupines, civet cats, genet and leopard.

Day 3: Gwango (Hwange area) to Bulawayo

We head south towards Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second,

largest city, and Matobo National Park, at the Matobo or

Matopos Hills, a scenic area of granite kopjes and wooded

valleys. On our way, we visit the Painted Dog Conservation

Project with programs such as anti-poaching, rehabilitation,

reintroduction and pack monitoring. We continue to Big

Cave Camp, also known as “The safari lodge on the

rocks”, with magnificent views of Matobo National Park.

Day 4: Bulawayo (Matobo National Park)

Enjoy a day filled with the best that Matobo National Park

offers, a game drive as well as finding rhino on foot, bringing

you as close as possible with these ancient looking giants.

Return to camp and enjoy a sundowner while watching

another spectacular African sunset.

Day 5: Bulawayo to Tshipise

We cross the Zimbabwe/South African Border today. We

overnight at the Tshipise Forever Resort, “Tshipise” means

“something warm”, and the famous Tshipise koppie

towers protectively over the resort. Giant Baobab trees

dot the landscape and the resort’s camping grounds are

barely visible among the mopane, red bushwillow and

jakkalsbessie trees. Soak your cares away in the healing

waters of the mineral pools.

Day 6: Tshipise to Kruger National Park

We travel to the famous Kruger National Park, now part

of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park which forms with

parks in Mozambique and Zimbabwe a natural sanctuary

for a huge variety of animals. Here they live a natural life

where they must fend for food and territory the same way

they did for thousands of years. En route to your campsite,

enjoy a game drive and get ready to spot hippos, giraffes,

elephants, zebras, lions, and many other species in one

of Africa’s greatest wildlife areas. You’ll have the option to

book an open vehicle night game drive if available.

Day 7: Kruger National Park

Enjoy a full day game drive in Kruger National Park with

approximately 2,000 plant, 53 fish, 34 amphibian, 118

reptile, 517 bird and 147 mammal species ready for you

to discover. You will experience first-hand why this park

is known as the flagship of South African national parks.

Sit around a campfire with your sundowner and enjoy the

African night sounds drifting into the camp.

Day 8: Kruger National Park to Johannesburg

Welcome to Johannesburg, also known as Egoli, or The

City of Gold. For the historically inclined there is the everpopular

Soweto tour or just jump on a Hop-On-Hop-Off

bus to discover Johannesburg at your own pace or a visit

to Gold Reef City, the amusement park and museum built

on an old mine shaft. Book a day or two post tour to give

you enough time to explore Johannesburg to the fullest.

Day 9: Johannesburg

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

8 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches, 2 Dinners

Bungalows/ Lodges (8 nts)

Matobo National Park, Kruger

National Park

Africa4us Kids Project, Gwango

Game Drive PM, Wild Dog

Conservation Project, Rhino Walk &

Game Drive Matobo National Park,

Aventura Hot Springs,

Kruger National Park Game Drives

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Drakensberg to Cape

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$2,290.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$520.00

13 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Durban

End: Cape Town

2,171km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Travel from Durban (Umhlanga) to Cape Town via our neighbouring country Lesotho over 13 days.

From the warm sub-tropical climate of the Durban area to the majestic Drakensberg range and the spectacular

sandstone formations of Golden Gate Highlands National Park; marvel at the beauty of Lesotho, the Mountain

Kingdom, look for elephants in Addo Elephant National Park and rare birds in the Tsitsikamma National Park. Taste

wine in Stellenbosch and explore the bustling city of Cape Town. With time to explore on your own, you’ll soak up

the beauty and diversity of South Africa. Several nights of comfortable accommodation and transport in a smaller

Premium Sprinter / Premium Overland Safari Vehicle, ensure that you’ll get close to the land and experience all

this region offers.

Day 1: Durban (Umhlanga Rocks)

Arrive in Durban and make your way to the joining hotel in

Umhlanga Rocks, a holiday resort village on the coast. Your

welcome meeting will be at 18:00 when your Tour Leader

will brief you on the route and give more details about the

trip. Pre-book an extra day or two to enjoy the best of the

balmy, sub-tropical climate and golden beaches.

Day 2: Umhlanga Rocks (Durban) to Golden Gate

Highlands National Park

The journey takes us past Pietermaritzburg and Bergville

before reaching the Drakensberg mountain range and

the Golden Gate Highlands National Park in the early

afternoon. Witnessing a sunset in this National Park will

make you realize how fitting the name is. The magnificent

sandstone cliffs take on all hues of gold and orange during

sunrises and sunsets. Explore numerous caves and

shelters displaying San (Bushmen) rock paintings and spot

wildlife such as mongoose, eland, zebra and over 100 bird

species.

Day 3: Golden Gate National Park to Lesotho

(Malealea Lodge)

Travel to Lesotho, a small landlocked country in South

Africa and home to the friendly Basotho people. Called the

Kingdom in the Sky or the Mountain Kingdom, Lesotho is

the place where you can walk along spectacular mountain

passes, cool your feet in icy cold mountain streams and fill

your soul with the endless peace the endless mountains

represent. Once settled in, you have time to relax and

enjoy the spectacular surroundings or do some exciting

optional activities that Malealea offers - pre-school visit,

village walk, vegetable garden visit, do hiking trails, pony

treks or even visit a sangoma (traditional medicine man).

For a truly authentic experience, request a homestay with

a local family.

Day 4: Malealea Lodge

Sleep in or wake up early to enjoy the most of the fresh

mountain air. On activities, such as horse riding or a hiking

trail you might get the opportunity to wave at young herd

boys in their traditional gumboots and blankets, and marvel

at the remoteness of some of the round thatched roofed

huts, nestled high against a mountain slope.

Day 5: Malealea Lodge to Graaff-Reinet

Journey to Graaff-Reinet, the fourth oldest town in South

Africa. The beautiful historical town of Graaff-Reinet boasts

more national monuments than any other town or city in

South Africa. There are also several art galleries and craft

shops to cater for the tastes of the artistically inclined.

Explore the town on foot and enjoy a meal at one of the

many local restaurants. Round your meal off with sweet

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delicatessens such as koeksisters, melktert or the famous

malva pudding.

Day 6: Graaff-Reinet to Addo Elephant National Park

From Graaff-Reinet you head south, travelling through the

open semi-desert Karoo landscapes with its distinctive flattopped

hills or “koppies” and picturesque wind pumps in

the distance. Enjoy an afternoon game drive in the Addo

Elephant National Park and have your camera ready while

searching for elephant, buffalo, lion, kudu or any of the

hundreds of other species of animals and birds.

Day 7: Addo Elephant National Park to Tsitsikamma

National Park

After an early morning game drive, we head to Tsitsikamma

National Park which is located on the scenic Garden Route,

the stretch of coast from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape

to Storms River in the Eastern Cape. The national park

covers large swaths of indigenous forest, commercial

plantation and Fynbos. The climate is mild all year around,

which lends itself to outdoor activities.

Day 8: Tsitsikamma National Park

You have the day free. Choose from self-guided hikes,

black water tubing, Bloukrans bungee, a treetop canopy

tour and abseiling. Take the short hike that crosses the

famous hanging bridge across the dark and brooding

Storms River or do the longer adventurous hike over

boulders and through stretches of forest to a waterfall

where the tannins from the trees colour the water dark

brown.

Day 9: Tsitsikamma National Park to Mossel Bay

Today you take a short drive along the Garden Route, so

named for the ecologically diverse vegetation found in the

numerous lagoons and lakes along the coast. After settling

in, visit the Diaz Museum, which features a 500-year-old

Post Office Tree, a life-size replica of the Diaz Caravel, a

shell museum and aquarium and an ethnobotanical garden.

Enjoy dinner at one of the many restaurants nearby.

December, we re-route via Route 62, a spectacular

drive through the Klein Karoo

Day 10: Mossel Bay to Stellenbosch

We continue to Stellenbosch, the second oldest European

settlement in the Western Cape. Stellenbosch is a town

that became known as ‘The City of Oaks’ or ‘Eikestad’

in Afrikaans and Dutch due to the large number of Oak

trees planted by founder Simon van der Stel. Explore the

town’s numerous curio shops, museums, coffee shops and

restaurants all within walking distance.

Day 11: Stellenbosch to Cape Town

Celebrate a great holiday with a wine tasting at one of

the numerous wine farms that Stellenbosch is known for.

This also offers an excellent opportunity to buy wine direct

from the farm it was produced at and which you might not

always find in supermarkets. Then continue to Cape Town,

the most popular tourist destination in Africa.

Day 12: Cape Town

After breakfast, we depart for the Cape of Good Hope

Nature Reserve at the tip of the Cape Peninsula. Rugged

rocks and sheer cliffs tower more than 200m above sea

level. The reserve is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the

smallest of the six recognized floral kingdoms in the world,

but regarded as the richest, mostly made up with Fynbos,

the hard-stemmed and fine-leaved plants indigenous to the

south-western corner of South Africa. After lunch, we visit

a colony of the endangered African Penguin at Boulders

Beach in Simonstown.

Day 13: Cape Town

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another incredible tour. Make sure to book extra days

in Cape Town to make the best of all the delights this

cosmopolitan city offers. Cape Town offers a staggering

variety of experiences, tastes and sightseeing. Take a boat

to the world-famous Robben Island where former President

Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, visit

Cape Point or go up Table Mountain with a cable car to

enjoy a panoramic view of Cape Town from the top.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

12 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 1 Dinner

Comfort Hotel (5 nts),

Bungalow/Lodge (7 nts)

Golden Gate Highlands National

Park, Addo Elephant National Park,

Tsitsikamma National Park, Diaz

Museum, Table Mountain National

Park, Boulders Beach

Afternoon and Morning Game Drive in

Premium Sprinter / Premium Overland

Safari Vehicle in Addo Elephant

National Park, Diaz Museum Tour,

Wine Tasting Tour, Cape of Good

Hope, Boulders Beach


Kruger and Swaziland

Premium Accommodated

Adventure

Tour Price:

US$1,540.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$185.00

9 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Johannesburg

End: Durban

1,539km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

9 Days to discover Kruger & Swaziland. Travel from Johannesburg to Durban.

If you’re looking for a close encounter with wildlife, this is the tour for you. You’re likely to see ample impala,

zebra, elephant, giraffe, blue wildebeest, rhino and half-submerged hippos, cheetah, buffalo and more. Become

excited about the big five in Kruger National Park, wind down at Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and revel in Southern

Africa’s natural beauty. Transport is with a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats

or a smaller Premium Luxury Bus).

Day 1: Johannesburg

Welcome to Johannesburg, also known as Egoli, or The

City of Gold. For the historically inclined there is the everpopular

Soweto tour or just jump on a Hop-On-Hop-Off

bus to discover Johannesburg at your own pace or a visit

to Gold Reef City, the amusement park and museum built

on an old mine shaft. Explore Johannesburg during the day

and meet your group and your Tour Leader in the evening

at 18:00 to get acquainted and review your trip details.

Day 2: Johannesburg to Kruger National Park

We travel to the famous Kruger National Park, now part

of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park which forms with

parks in Mozambique and Zimbabwe a natural sanctuary

for a huge variety of animals. En route to your camp,

enjoy a game drive and get ready to spot hippos, giraffes,

elephants, zebras, lions, and many other species in one

of Africa’s greatest wildlife areas. You’ll have the option to

book an open vehicle night game drive if available.

Day 3: Kruger National Park

Enjoy full day game drive in Kruger National Park, with

approximately 2,000 plant, 53 fish, 34 amphibian, 118

reptile, 517 bird and 147 mammal species ready for you to

discover. Experience first-hand why Kruger National Park is

known as the flagship of South African national parks. Back

at camp, relax around a campfire with your sundowner and

enjoy the African night sounds.

Day 4: Kruger National Park to Swaziland

(Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)

After a final game drive in Kruger, we continue to

Swaziland for two nights at Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary.

The journey is just as rewarding as the destination, driving

along rolling green hills, vast sugarcane plantations and

countless mango trees. Arriving at Mlilwane you will soon

feel comfortable and at home in your “beehive village” –

traditional grass huts with western comfort. Sometimes

animals such as zebra, impala and warthog casually

wander into the premises, giving you the opportunity for

that unique picture!

Day 5: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

This is Swaziland’s pioneer conservation area that covers

4,560 hectares and gives you the opportunity to experience

some of Africa’s wildlife on either horseback, bicycle or

on foot. Since there are no big predators, you are safe

to walk around the beautiful landscapes. You can also

enjoy a hands-on cultural experience by visiting one of the

local tribes and learn more about the secrets of this small

kingdom, such as the traditional but controversial annual

reed dance where the king has the opportunity to choose

a new wife.

Day 6: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary to St Lucia

We travel towards the Indian Ocean and the Greater St

Lucia Wetlands, also known as the iSimangaliso Wetland

Park. This UNESCO recognized area includes lakes,

beaches, coral reefs, wetlands, woodlands, coastal forests

and grasslands supporting a wide variety of animal, bird

and marine life. We enjoy an afternoon sunset boat cruise

on the St. Lucia Estuary, one of the largest in Africa. Expect

to see hippo, Nile crocodiles and hundreds of bird species.

Day 7: St Lucia

Start your day early with an optional open vehicle game

drive through Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve known for

its “Save the Rhino” campaign. This reserve used to be a

prime royal hunting ground for the Zulu king, King Shaka

but is now a protected area teaming up with a huge variety

of fauna and flora. Other optional activities include night

drive safaris, snorkeling and much more.

Day 8: St Lucia to Umhlanga Rocks (Durban)

Travel further south along the coast to Umhlanga Rocks,

a holiday village on the coast. Umhlanga offers the best

of two worlds, on one hand, you have everything that a

city offers and on the other hand, you have the relaxed

atmosphere of a holiday town. Make your choice from a

variety of grill and seafood restaurants for your last dinner

on the tour.

Day 9: Umhlanga (Durban)

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another successful tour. Book an extra day or two to enjoy

the best of the balmy, sub-tropical climate and golden

beaches.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

8 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches

Comfort Hotel (3 nts),

Bungalow/Lodge (5 nts)

Kruger National Park,

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Game drives in Premium Sprinter /

Premium Overland Safari Vehicle,

St. Lucia – Boat Cruise

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Best of Eastern Africa

Northbound Premium

accommodated Adventure

Tour Price:

US$5,090.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$450.00

21 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Livingstone

End: Nairobi

4,730km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Travel from Livingstone, Zambia via Malawi & Tanzania to Nairobi, Kenya.

Nearly three weeks of travel from Victoria Falls to Nairobi to see and experience most of what Eastern Africa offers.

Travel the rugged terrain of Africa’s unspoiled landscapes and meet its people. Visit natural landmarks like the

Victoria Falls, South Luangwa, Lake Malawi, Zanzibar, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Sleep under the stars of

the African sky and spot wildlife such as lion, cheetah, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles and many species of antelope.

This tour allows you to discover this beautiful natural landscape up close in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle

(fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats).

Also available from Nairobi to Livingstone.

Tour name: The Best of Eastern Africa Southbound Premium Accommodated.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

Day 1: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Use the opportunity to explore your surroundings before

your welcome meeting at 18:00 when your Tour Leader

will review the details of your trip. Visit this UNESCO World

Heritage Site, which is also one of the Seven Natural

Wonders of the World. Standing in front of the Victoria Falls

you understand why the indigenous tribe the Tonga gave it

the beautiful and descriptive name of Mosi-Oa-Tunya (The

Smoke That Thunders).

Day 2: Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Today you have time for some action-filled activities from

helicopter or microlight flight over the Victoria Falls, bungee

jump or gorge swing off the Victoria Falls Bridge that links

Zambia and Zimbabwe or a half day or full day white water

rafting adventure. End the day with a sunset cruise on the

Zambezi, complete with snacks and refreshments.

Day 3: Livingstone (Victoria Falls) to Lusaka

A long day’s drive to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. You

have ample time to relax and soak up the scenery of

unspoiled nature and traditional settlements en route. Your

rest camp is just outside the capital situated on a private

game farm, where you can linger in the swimming pool or

enjoy refreshments in the bar.

Day 4: Lusaka to South Luangwa National Park

A long, but worthwhile drive in a north-east direction to

the jewel of Zambia, South Luangwa National Park. We

cross an important landmark the Luangwa Bridge across

the Luangwa River. If time allows you might make a quick

stop at the market town straddling the highway and taste

dried fish or buy a straw hat for the sunny days ahead. We

overnight next to the Luangwa River on the border of South

Luangwa National Park.

Day 5: South Luangwa National Park

Start the day with a morning game drive in 4x4 safari

vehicles. South Luangwa is the southernmost national

park in the valley of the Luangwa River and regarded by

many experts as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries

in the world. Be on the lookout for elephant lazily grazing,

search for the well-known red lion nicknamed Ginger, stop

at towering Thornicroft giraffe, great herds of buffalo, puku,

zebra and pods of hippos. You have the option to book an

afternoon or night game drive as an optional activity.

Day 6: South Luangwa National Park to Kande Beach

Kande offers a total change of scenery next to Lake

Malawi, also named The Lake of Stars by explorer David

Livingstone. We drive past crops of maize, banana and

paw-paw trees, racks loaded with small fish drying in the

sun, chicken and piglets scattering across the road, women

in brightly coloured wrapped skirts with buckets balanced

on their heads and waving children. On arrival, plunge

down in a hammock in the characterful bar of Kande Beach

or enjoy a sundowner on the beach overlooking the lake.

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Day 7: Kande Beach

The day begins with a taste of local life when you go on

a village tour with one of the local guides. You learn more

about the culture and daily life of the local people. Use your

time of leisure to experience the novelty of diving in fresh

water with a Padi accredited diving centre or just bask in

the sun on the beach, take a swim in the fresh water, or

take a kayak or pedal boat.

Day 8: Kande Beach to Chitimba Beach

En route to Chitimba, we drive through a rubber tree forest.

Your adventure crew will show you the process of rubber

tree tapping and how the farmers collect the latex from

these trees. Stop for shopping in Mzuzu, the third largest

city in Malawi and the centre of the agricultural region. We

arrive at Chitimba camp after lunch, you have the afternoon

free to relax on the beach or visit the market just outside

the camp.

Day 9: Chitimba Beach

Today is a relaxing day. Do an optional hike to the

Livingstonia Museum or try your hand at wood crafting

lessons, go on a guided hike, village tours or challenge one

of the locals at their most popular game called Bao - the

Swahili name for a board game.

Day 10: Lake Malawi to Iringa

Today the journey continues to Iringa, a region famous

for its baskets woven from reeds which are not only used

locally but also exported internationally. We stay overnight

at Kizolanza Farmhouse, a working farm with sheep, cattle

and a variety of crops of vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Kisolanza is the perfect halfway travellers haven on the

long journey from Chitimba to Dar es Salaam. It will be hard

to find a place where elegance, ambience and practicality

meet in a more charming way. Enjoy a hearty dinner

prepared with produce from the farm while candles and

lanterns lit up this charismatic ruin with natural ambiance

and rustic elegance.

Day 11: Iringa to Dar es Salaam

Rise early for a long drive to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s

largest city. We drive through beautiful scenery like the

winding road through Baobab Valley - a valley filled with

baobab trees of all shapes and ages. Closer to Dar the

population becomes denser though no more the capital of

Tanzania it remains an important economical centre. The

chaotic streets of Dar es Salaam challenge your senses

with an onslaught of colours, smells and noise. Buy an

ice cream, peanuts or charcoal grilled maize through

the windows of the truck while it crawls through the

insane traffic. The day ends with a good night’s rest in a

comfortable bed or enjoy a night out in the town.

Day 12: Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar (Nungwi Beach)

A short ferry trip takes us from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar.

On arrival at the harbour, you are met by a local guide for a

spice tour. You will understand why Zanzibar is also named

the Spice Island. Learn how spices such as cinnamon,

cloves, nutmeg vanilla and peppercorns are grown and

harvested and inhale the different fragrances wandering

through the crops. After a tasty Swahili lunch, we continue

to Nungwi Beach.

Day 13: Nungwi Beach

Enjoy a day exploring this historic town or simply relax

at your hotel next to the pool. Nungwi offers white

sandy beaches, stage-set palm trees, turquoise sea and

sunshine. Take part in activities like snorkeling, scuba

diving or guided walks.

Day 14: Nungwi Beach to Stone Town

A private transfer takes you to Stone Town. Explore this

historic town with its maze of alleys lined with houses,

shops, bazaars and mosques. Wander through the narrow

streets filled with the fragrance of incense and spices,

to add the distinct “Zanzibar smell” to your memories.

Incredible architecture and enormous brass-studded

wooden doors offer endless photo opportunities. Although

the Zanzibarians in their long, elegantly flowing garments

are tempting to photograph, please be sensitive to their

privacy and ask first.

Day 15: Stone Town to Bagamoyo

Leave Stone Town via ferry to meet up with your overland

safari vehicle for the transfer to Bagamoyo, approximately

80km north of Dar es Salaam. Bagamoyo was the most

important trading post of Eastern Africa in the 19th century.

A small fishing village, rich in history. Enjoy freshly caught

fish cooked to your delight at the fish market situated on

the beach.

Day 16: Bagamoyo to Arusha

We depart early for Arusha, a bustling city located on the

eastern side of the Great Rift Valley. You might just get a

glimpse of Mount Kilimanjaro, usually veiled behind clouds.

Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano and the highest freestanding

mountain in Africa. Watch how the landscapes

change from tropical palm trees, banana and paw-paw

trees to open savannah and acacia trees. You will see true

Masai minding their cattle. We drive along the beautiful

Usambara mountain range and past vast fields of sisal, one

of Tanzania’s largest export products.

Day 17: Arusha to Serengeti National Park

A long scenic drive to the Serengeti. The Serengeti

Migration was officially declared as one of the 7 Natural

Wonders of Africa in, 2013. Serengeti National Park is also

a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We use 4x4 safari vehicles

for the duration of the Serengeti & Crater excursion. This is

one of the best areas to observe pride of lion in their natural

environment. Tonight, you will be sleeping in the wild in an

unfenced camp in the middle of the Serengeti. You might

just fall asleep to the sound of a lion roaring, calling for his

females, the haunting call of the hyena or the lonely cry

of jackal.


Day 18: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro

Conservation Area

Enjoy an early breakfast before your safari begins. We

do game drives in the Serengeti until around lunch time,

then crossover to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The

Crater is the world’s largest inactive, unfilled and intact

volcanic caldera. The crater is home to roughly 25,000

large animals. Be on the lookout for buffalo, zebra, or

elephant which might just wander into the campsite.

Day 19: Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Karatu

Enjoy a final early morning game drive into the Crater.

Descending 600 metres from the crater rim to the bottom

of the crater will feel like entering an ancient world. Massive

candelabra cacti stand watch along the slopes and

inside the crater, you will find a mini-world with a lake, a

swamp, a river, grassland and forest. Have cameras ready

for endangered black rhino, elephants with long, white,

curved tusks, spotted hyena, herds of wildebeest clowning

around, skittish zebra or the jackpot of any game drive, the

big cats - lion, leopard and cheetah.

Day 20: Karatu to Nairobi

Today is a relaxing drive crossing the Tanzania/Kenya

border. Explore the city of Nairobi, which highlights include

Nairobi National Museum, Railway Museum, Karen Blixen

Museum, The Village Market, Giraffe Centre and Bomas of

Kenya, but perhaps the most famous tourist attraction is

Carnivore, an open-air restaurant featuring an all-you-caneat

meat buffet.

Day 21: Nairobi

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another successful tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

20 Breakfasts, 15 Lunches, 7 Dinners

Bungalows/ Lodges (14 nts),

Tented Rooms (2 nts), Supported

Camping (2 nts), Comfort Hotel (1 nts),

Deluxe Tents (1 nt)

South Luangwa National Park, Serengeti

National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation

Area

South Luangwa Game Drive, Village Visit

- Malawi, Ferry to Zanzibar, Spice Tour,

Game Drive in 4x4 Safari Vehicle Down

into Ngorongoro Crater, Game Drives in

Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle

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East Africa’s Best Premium

Accommodated Adventure

Tour Price:

US$3,810.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$160.00

11 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Nairobi

End: Nairobi

1,359km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

This Premium Accommodated Tour explores Kenya and Tanzania over 11 days.

Travel from Nairobi to the Masai Mara, pass through little-known towns and villages to the shores of Lake Victoria.

Transfer to 4x4 Safari vehicles for the duration of your Serengeti and Ngorongoro Safari and go and find (if you

are lucky and the time of year is right) the great migration. See what a million wildebeest looks like and spot

lion, leopard, elephant and zebra, just to name a few. Even if your visit falls outside of the migration time, the

magnificent scenery of the Serengeti plains and great variety of wildlife will make your visit unforgettable. Your

action-packed safari adventure provides ample opportunity for great photographs and videos. Travel in our

Premium Overland Safari Vehicle fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats - and in smaller 4x4 Game Viewer vehicles in

the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Conservation area.

Day 1: Nairobi

Use the opportunity to explore your surroundings before

your welcome meeting at 18:00 when your Tour Leader will

review the details of your trip. Arrive early to visit a few of

the many attractions in Nairobi such as the Nairobi National

Museum, Railway Museum, Karen Blixen Museum, The

Village Market, Giraffe Centre, Bomas of Kenya and Karura

Forest.

Day 2: Nairobi to Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru is situated in the Great Rift Valley and known

for its thousands of flamingos nesting on its shores. You

may spot endangered black rhino, buffalo, impala, hyena

and pythons. Spend most of the day on a game drive

through the park. Stay in comfortable rooms on a working

farm. Relax under the shade of the farm’s many Acacia

trees.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara

National Reserve

Prepare for a long drive. Sections of bad roads which will

give you the “African massage”, the local term for shaking

around a bit when the going gets tough. End the day at

the Masai Mara National Reserve for a late afternoon game

drive, if time allows.

Day 4: Masai Mara National Reserve

An early start for a full day game drive the Masai Mara.

Keep your eyes open and your cameras ready for shots

of lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, black rhino, hyena,

wildebeest, eland and zebra. We have lunch at one of the

designated picnic spots and return late afternoon for a

welcome shower comfortable bed.

Day 5: Masai Mara National Reserve to Kisii

Enjoy a scenic drive en route to Kisii, Kenya’s premier

soapstone region. The town hosts a diverse collection of

country and garden hotels. Camp at the Itibo Resort, a cool

and serene environment, perfect for winding off from the

hustle & bustle of city life.

Day 6: Kisii to Musoma

Before leaving Kisii we visit a local soapstone factory that

shows the whole process from excavation to carving.

The perfect opportunity to buy that unique souvenir at a

fraction of the price of other tourist shops. Cross the border

into Tanzania and head to Musoma, which is situated on

the eastern edge of Lake Victoria. Camp on the shores of

Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake and the largest tropical

lake in the world.

Day 7: Musoma to Serengeti National Park

Journey to the Serengeti, which is renowned for its large

lion population and one of the best places to observe them

in their natural environment. We use 4x4 safari vehicles

for the duration of the Serengeti/Crater excursion. Spend

one night camping in the central Seronera area. A custom

designed comfortable mattress is provided as well as a

comfortable and durable sleeping bag and pillow. Listen to

the sounds the night offers while you doze off.

Day 8: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro

Conservation Area

Enjoy an early breakfast before your safari begins. We

do game drives in the Serengeti until around lunch time,

then crossover to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

The Crater is the world’s largest inactive, unfilled and

intact volcanic caldera and home to roughly 25,000 large

animals. Be on the lookout for buffalo, zebra, or elephant

which might just wander into the campsite.

Day 9: Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Karatu

Enjoy a final early morning game drive into the Crater.

Descending 600 metres from the crater rim to the bottom

of the crater will feel like entering an ancient world. Massive

candelabra cacti stand watch along the slopes and inside

the crater, you will find a mini-world with a lake, a swamp,

a river, grassland and forest. Have cameras ready for

endangered black rhino, elephants with long, white, curved

tusks, spotted hyena, herds of wildebeest and the jackpot

of any game drive, the big cats - lion, leopard and cheetah.

Day 10: Karatu to Nairobi

Today is a relaxing drive crossing the Tanzania/Kenya

border. Explore the city of Nairobi, which highlights include

Nairobi National Museum, Railway Museum, Karen Blixen

Museum, The Village Market, Giraffe Centre and Bomas of

Kenya, but perhaps the most famous tourist attraction is

Carnivore, an open-air restaurant featuring an all-you-caneat

meat buffet.

Day 11: Nairobi

Our last goodbye, a healthy breakfast and the end of

another successful tour.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

10 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches, 5 Dinners

Tented Camp (4 nts),

Bungalows/ Lodges (4 nts),

Supported Camping (2 nts)

Nakuru National Park, Masai

Mara National Reserve, Serengeti

National Park, Ngorongoro Crater

Conservation Area

Game Drive Lake Nakuru NP, Game

Drive Masai Mara, Game Drives in

4x4 Safari Vehicles in Serengeti and

Ngorongoro Crater

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Cape, Dunes, Delta & Falls Premium

Accommodated Adventure

Travel from Cape Town, South Africa via the Kalahari to Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls over

18 days.

This Premium Accommodated Adventure Tour gives you 18 days to discover Southern Africa.

A mix of Cape Town’s city streets, Namibia’s vast desert landscapes, the vast Okavango Delta and breath-taking

views of the Victoria falls. Experience the many sides of this captivating region, watch a traditional San Bushman

dance, do a mokoro trail into the Okavango Delta, spot wildlife in Chobe National Park and soak up the incredible

views of Victoria Falls.

Several nights under the African sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate

Safari Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to explore on your

own and optional activities, you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Tour Price:

US$3,715.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$560.00

Also available from Livingstone to Cape Town.

Tour name: Falls, Delta, Dunes & Cape Premium Accommodated.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

18 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Livingstone

4,400km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

17 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, 3 Dinners

Bungalow/Lodge (10 nts), Tented Rooms (3 nts), Comfort Hotel (3 nts), Basic Hotel (1 nt)

Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib Naukluft National Park, Okavango Delta,

Chobe National Park

Table Mountain National Park – Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, San (Bushmen) Walk, Okavango

Delta – Day Trip including Mokoro Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe National Park Boat Cruise, Chobe National

Park Game Drive

This tour combines with:

Pg. 11. Cape, Kalahari and Dunes Premium Accommodated Explorer

Pg. 13. Delta and Falls Premium Accommodated Explorer

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is

an optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

Cape, Deserts, Delta, Falls and Zimbabwe

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Travel from Cape Town, South Africa via the Kalahari to Namibia, Botswana, Victoria Falls in

Zambia through Zimbabwe, Kruger National Park to Johannesburg over 25 days.

You’ll have 25 magnificent days to explore the bustling city of Cape Town, hear the sound of water thundering down

the 56m Augrabies Waterfall, view gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest where red dunes & shrubs fade

into infinity and admire the sunset over the Namib Desert. This tour delivers an unforgettable experience as you

dance with the San (Bushmen), do a Mokoro excursion in the Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National

Park, and soak up the incredible views of Victoria Falls. Visit one of the biggest and most famous game reserves in

Africa, the Kruger National Park,

Tour Price:

US$5,940.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$880.00

This tour offers you several nights under the African sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted

with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to

explore on your own and optional activities, you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

25 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Johannesburg

6,750km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

24 Breakfasts, 19 Lunches, 5 Dinners

Bungalow/ Lodge (17 nts), Tented Rooms (3 nts), Comfort Hotel (3 nts), Basic Hotel (1nt)

Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib Naukluft National Park, Okavango Delta,

Chobe National Park, Matobo National Park, Kruger National Park

Table Mountain National Park – Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, San (Bushmen) Walk, Okavango

Delta – Day Trip including Mokoro Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe National Park Boat Cruise, Chobe National

Park Game Drive, Africa4us Kids Project, Gwango Game Drive PM, Wild Dog Conservation Project, Rhino

Walk & Game Drive Matobo National Park, Aventura Hot Springs, Kruger National Park Game Drives

This tour combines with:

Pg. 11. Cape, Kalahari and Dunes Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 13. Delta and Falls Premium Accommodated Explorer

Pg. 15. Falls and Kruger Premium Accommodated Adventure

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this

is an optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

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Cape, Kalahari, and Namibia Explorer

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Travel over 21 days from Cape Town, South Africa via the Kalahari to explore Namibia

and end in Windhoek.

You’ll have 21 magnificent days to explore the bustling city of Cape Town, hear the sound of water thundering down

the 56m Augrabies Waterfall, view gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest where red dunes & shrub fade

into infinity and admire the sunset over the Namib Desert. Go on safari in Etosha National Park. Meet one of the last

semi-nomadic tribes of Africa, support our Africa4us Kids Project and capture that perfect moment where you feel

a true connection with Africa. In Windhoek, one of the smallest and cleanest capital cities in the world you can treat

yourself to the famous locally brewed beer, the Windhoek Lager.

Tour Price:

US$3,918.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$540.00

This tour offers you several nights under the African sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted

with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to

explore on your own and optional activities, you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Also available from Namibia to Cape Town.

Tour name: Explore Namibia, Kalahari and Cape Premium Accommodated Adventure.

See departure dates on web or back of brochure.

21 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Windhoek

4,721km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

20 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches, 4 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (6 nts), Basic Hotel (1 nt), Bungalow/ Lodge (10 nts), Luxury Tented Lodge (1 nt),

Tented Rooms (2 nts)

Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib Naukluft National Park, Namib Naukluft

National Park, Etosha National Park

Table Mountain National Park – Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, Activities at Gobabeb Research &

Training Centre - Night Walk, Desert Research Station Tour and Desert Nature Walk, Himba Settlement Tour,

Game Drives in Etosha National Park

This tour combines with:

Pg. 11. Cape, Kalahari and Dunes Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 12. Namibian Explorer Premium Accommodated Adventure

Cape, Namibia Explorer, Delta and Falls

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Travel over 28 days from Cape Town, South Africa via the Kalahari to Namibia, Botswana and end

at the Victoria Falls.

You’ll have 28 magnificent days to explore the bustling city of Cape Town, hear the sound of water thundering down

the 56m Augrabies Waterfall, view gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest where red dunes & shrub fade

into infinity and admire the sunset over the Namib Desert. Explore, starting off in Windhoek, Namibia one of the

smallest and cleanest capital cities in the world where you can treat yourself to the famous locally brewed beer, the

Windhoek Lager. Journey over the Namib desert with its splendid red dunes and go on safari in Etosha National

Park. Meet one of the last semi-nomadic tribes of Africa, dance with the San (Bushmen), do a Mokoro excursion

in the Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National Park, and soak up the incredible views of Victoria Falls.

Support our Africa4us Kids Project and capture that perfect moment where you feel a true connection with Africa.

Tour Price:

US$5,703.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$840.00

This tour offers you several nights under the African sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted

with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to

explore on your own and optional activities, you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

28 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Livingstone

6,321km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

27 Breakfasts, 20 Lunches, 5 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (6 nts), Basic Hotel (1 nt), Bungalows/ Lodges (16 nts), Luxury Tented Lodge (1 nt), Tented

Rooms (3 nts)

Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib Naukluft National Park, Namib Naukluft

National Park, Etosha National Park, Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park

Table Mountain National Park – Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, Activities at Gobabeb Research &

Training Centre - Night Walk, Desert Research Station Tour and Desert Nature Walk, Himba Settlement Tour,

Game Drives in Etosha National Park, San (Bushmen) Walk, Okavango Delta – Day Trip including Mokoro

Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe National Park Boat Cruise, Chobe National Park Game Drive

This tour combines with:

Pg. 11. Cape, Kalahari and Dunes Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 12. Namibian Explorer Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 13. Delta and Falls Premium Accommodated Adventure

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this

is an optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

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Explore Namibia, Delta and Falls

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Explore Namibia, the Delta & Victoria Falls in style over 19 days.

You’ll have 19 magnificent days to explore, starting off in Windhoek, Namibia one of the smallest and cleanest capital

cities in the world. Here you can treat yourself to the famous locally brewed beer, the Windhoek Lager. Journey over

the Namib desert with its splendid red dunes and go on safari in Etosha National Park, looking for wild animals. Meet

one of the last semi-nomadic tribes of Africa the Himba, dance with the San (Bushmen) in Botswana, do a Mokoro

excursion in the Okavango Delta, discover wildlife in Chobe National Park, and soak up the incredible views of the

Victoria Falls. Support our Africa4us Kids Project and capture that perfect moment where you feel a true connection

with Africa.

Tour Price:

US$3,812.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$590.00

Carefully selected accommodation and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate

Safari Seats), will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to explore on your own and

a marvellous choice of included and optional activities to do, you’ll experience the beauty and diversity of Southern

& East Africa.

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is an

optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

19 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Windhoek

End: Livingstone

3,521km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

18 Breakfasts, 12 Lunches, 3 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (4 nts), Bungalow/Lodge (12 nts), Luxury Tented Lodge (1 nt), Tented Rooms (1 nts)

Namib Naukluft National Park, Etosha National Park, Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park

Activities at Gobabeb Research & Training Centre - Night Walk, Desert Research Station Tour and Desert

Nature Walk, Himba Settlement Tour, Game Drives in Etosha National Park, San (Bushmen) Walk, Okavango

Delta – Day Trip including Mokoro Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe National Park Boat Cruise, Chobe National

Park Game Drive

This tour combines with:

Pg. 12. Namibian Explorer Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 13. Delta and Falls Premium Accommodated Adventure

South meets East Ultimate Premium

Accommodated Adventure

Travel from Cape Town, South Africa to Nairobi in Kenya over 36 days.

A mix of Cape Town’s city streets, Namibia’s vast desert landscapes, the rugged Okavango Delta, breath-taking views

of the Victoria Falls. Visit other landmarks like South Luangwa, Lake Malawi, Zanzibar, Serengeti and Ngorongoro

Crater. Experience the many sides of these captivating regions, watch a traditional San Bushman dance, explore

the Okavango Delta in a mokoro, spot wildlife in Chobe National Park and soak up the incredible views of Victoria

Falls. Sleep under the stars of the African sky and spot wildlife such as lion, cheetah, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles and

many species of antelope.

Several nights under the African sky and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate

Safari Seats), which will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to explore on your

own and optional activities, you’ll soak up the beauty and diversity of Southern Africa.

Tour Price:

US$8,289.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$960.00

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is an

optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

36 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Cape Town

End: Nairobi

9,029km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

35 Breakfasts, 26 Lunches, 11 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (4 nts), Basic Hotel (1 nt), Bungalows/ Lodges (22 nts), Tented Rooms (6 nts), Supported

Camping (2 nts)

Augrabies Falls National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namib Naukluft National Park, Okavango Delta,

Chobe National Park, South Luangwa National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Table Mountain National Park – Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, Augrabies Falls National Park,

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, San (Bushmen) Walk, Okavango

Delta – Day Trip including Mokoro Trail & Nature Walk, Chobe National, South Luangwa Game Drive, Village

Visit - Malawi, Ferry to Zanzibar, Spice Tour, Game Drive in 4x4 Safari Vehicle Down into Ngorongoro Crater,

Game Drives in Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle

This tour combines with:

Pg. 11. Cape, Kalahari and Dunes Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 13. Delta and Falls Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 18-19. Best of Eastern Africa Northbound Premium Accommodated Adventure

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Ultimate Wildlife & Falls Premium

Accommodated Adventure

Travel from Johannesburg, South Africa via Botswana, to Livingstone, Zambia via Malawi &

Tanzania to Nairobi, Kenya, Zambia over 28 days.

Tour Price:

US$6,637.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$800.00

Over 28 days of adventurous travel from Johannesburg to Nairobi in Kenya, this Premium Adventure Tour gives

you and your small, guided tour group up close and personal exposure to the wild side of Africa. Travel the rugged

terrain of Africa’s unspoilt landscapes and meet its people. You’ll explore the Okavango Delta in a mokoro, spot

wildlife in Chobe National Park and soak up the incredible views of Victoria Falls. Visit other landmarks like South

Luangwa, Lake Malawi, Zanzibar, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Sleep under the stars of the African sky and

spot wildlife such as lion, cheetah, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles and many species of antelope.

Transport in an air-conditioned Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats) ensures that

you’ll get close to the land and experience all this fascinating region has to offer.

On this tour you will have the option to go on a 2-night fly-in Okavango Delta Safari. Please note that this is an

optional activity and it is not included in the tour price. Included in the tour is a day excursion into the Delta.

28 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Johannesburg

End: Nairobi

6,575km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

27 Breakfasts, 20 Lunches, 8 Dinners

Bungalow/ Lodge (19 nts), Tented Rooms (4 nts), Comfort Hotel (1 nts), Basic Hotel (1nt), Camping (2 nts)

Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, South Luangwa National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro

Conservation Area

Okavango Delta Day Trip including Mokoro Trail and Nature Walk, Chobe Boat Cruise, Chobe Game Drive,

South Luangwa Game Drive, Village Visit - Malawi, Ferry to Zanzibar, Spice Tour, Game Drive in 4x4 Safari

Vehicle Down into Ngorongoro Crater, Game Drives in Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle

This tour combines with:

Pg. 14. Wildlife and Falls Premium Accommodated Adventure

Pg. 18-19. Best of Eastern Africa Northbound Premium Accommodated Adventure

East Africa to Johannesburg

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Journey from Nairobi, Kenya to Johannesburg, South Africa over 28 days.

Overnight in several National Parks to better appreciate Africa’s untamed beauty ranging from open savanna and

rugged mountains to endless deserts. Travel the rugged terrain of Africa’s unspoiled landscapes and meet its people.

Explore and experience highlights such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater wildlife, the bazaars and shops of

Stone Town, Lake Malawi’s fresh, sparkling water and the pride of Zambia, South Luangwa National Park and the

Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Tour Price:

US$7,101.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$770.00

Continue to the splendid Matobo National Park and then end with one of the biggest and most famous game

reserves in Africa, the Kruger National Park, which forms the grand finale to this fantastic tour. This tour allows you

to discover this beautiful natural landscape up close, and your experienced adventure crew will make sure you have

a safe and enriching trip through this fascinating region.

Carefully selected accommodation and transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted with 12 Ultimate

Safari Seats) will ensure that you’ll get an unforgettable experience in Africa. With time to explore on your own and

a marvellous choice of included and optional activities to do, you’ll experience the beauty and diversity of Southern

& East Africa.

28 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Nairobi

End: Johannesburg

7,080km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

27 Breakfasts, 20 Lunches, 8 Dinners

Bungalow/ Lodge (20 nts), Tented Rooms (3 nts), Comfort Hotel (1 nt), Basic Hotel (1nt), Camping (2 nts)

South Luangwa National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Matobo National

Park, Kruger National Park

South Luangwa Game Drive, Village Visit - Malawi, Ferry to Zanzibar, Spice Tour, Game Drive in

4x4 Safari Vehicle down into Ngorongoro Crater, Game Drives in Serengeti with 4x4 Safari Vehicle,

Africa4us Kids Project, Gwango Game Drive PM, Wild Dog Conservation Project, Rhino Walk &

Game Drive Matobo National Park, Aventura Hot Springs, Kruger National Park Game Drives

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Explore Namibia, Kalahari & Cape

Premium Accommodated Adventure

Travel over 21 days from Windhoek, Namibia via the Namib Desert and the Kalahari to Cape Town,

South Africa.

Start off in Windhoek, Namibia one of the smallest and cleanest capital cities in the world, treat yourself to the famous

locally brewed beer, the Windhoek Lager. Journey over the Namib desert with its splendid red dunes and go on safari

in Etosha National Park. Meet one of the last semi-nomadic tribes of Africa. View gemsbok, springbok, eland and

blue wildebeest where red dunes & shrub fade into infinity. Listen to the sound of water thundering down the 56m

Augrabies Waterfall and explore the bustling city of Cape Town. Support our Africa4us Kids Project and capture that

perfect moment where you feel a true connection with Africa. Transport in a Premium Overland Safari Vehicle (fitted

with 12 Ultimate Safari Seats), ensures that you’ll get close to the land and experience all this region offers.

Tour Price:

US$3,918.00

Solo Room Supplement:

US$540.00

Included

Meals

Accommodation

Entrance fees

Activities

21 Days

Duration

12 Seater

Vehicle Type

Start: Windhoek

End: Cape Town

4,721km

Yes

Accommodated

Tours

20 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches, 4 Dinners

Comfort Hotel (6 nts), Basic hotel (1 nt), Luxury Tented Rooms (2 nts), Tented Lodge (1nt),

Bungalow / Lodge (10 nts)

Namib Naukluft National Park, Etosha National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Augrabies National Park,

Table Mountain National Park

Activities at Gobabeb Research & Training Centre - Night Walk, Desert Research Station Tour and Desert

Nature Walk, Himba Settlement Tour, Game Drives in Etosha National Park, Sesriem Canyon, Kgalagadi

Transfrontier Park Game Drives, Augrabies National Park, Africa4us Kids Project, Boulders Beach,

Table Mountain National Park - Cape of Good Hope, Hike to Heerenlogement Cave.

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Africa4us kids project

As part of Africa4us’s commitment to responsible tourism,

the Africa4us Kids Project aims to empower Africa’s children

through education and sharing initiatives.

Giving Back to Africa

As ambassadors of Africa to the rest of the world and

especially to visitors, we’re committed to responsible

and ethical tourism. We feel a strong sense of

responsibility to invest our profits back into Africa and

the communities we visit, so each year, we choose a

specific community project to support.

For 2016, we are investing in Africa’s children through

our Africa4us Kids Project. Our goal is to spread

compassion, responsibility and empowerment to the

leaders, the workers and the parents of the future by

encouraging them to read. Books widen our horizons,

foster an interest in other cultures and ideas and impart

valuable wisdom for the future. Reading not only

provides a momentary escape, but it can reduce our

stress, promote analytical thinking and help develop

vocabulary and memory skills.

Take a Book, Leave a Book

Our passengers will set up and build Book Exchange

Structures (and fill them with books) through our

partnerships with local schools and communities. We

will also introduce a “Take a Toy, Leave a Toy” initiative

for smaller children. Imagine the delighted smile on a

child’s face as he or she discovers a new-to-them toy

or a great story!

Africa4us will arrange the venues and cover all

transportation, construction and maintenance costs of

this program. Passengers are asked to bring books and

soft toys to fill up the structures! We believe that with a

consistent approach and a dedication to the initiative,

the children will come to understand, appreciate and

value the free choice and access to books and toys.

Once done with a book or toy, they can return it for

another.

We are in a fortunate position to show visitors the real

Africa – and whilst doing so also provide the means

for all of us to give something back to this beautiful

continent.

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Delta & Falls Premium Camping

Desert & Cape Premium Camping

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Ultimate Africa Southbound Premium Camping

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Ultimate Wildlife and Falls

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JNL7-170713 13/07/2017 09/08/2017

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Departure dates continued

Falls and Kruger Premium Accommodated

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Delta & Falls Premium Accommodated

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The best of Eastern Africa Southbound

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South meets East Ultimate

Premium Accommodated Adventure

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Falls and Delta Premium Accommodated

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Desert, Kalahari and Cape Premium

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East Africa’s Best Premium Accommodated

Code Start End

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KTL7-180826 26/08/2018 05/09/2018

Cape, Kalahari and Namibia Explorer

Premium Accommodated

Code Start End

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Cape, Dunes, Delta and Falls

Premium Accommodated

Code Start End

CVL7-170216 16/02/2017 05/03/2017

CVL7-170226 26/02/2017 15/03/2017

CVL7-170320 20/03/2017 06/04/2017

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CVL7-170522 22/05/2017 08/06/2017

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CVL7-170705 05/07/2017 22/07/2017

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CVL7-170809 09/08/2017 26/08/2017

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CVL7-170915 15/09/2017 02/10/2017

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CVL7-171027 27/10/2017 13/11/2017

CVL7-171106 06/11/2017 23/11/2017

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CVL7-180228 28/02/2018 17/03/2018

CVL7-180309 09/03/2018 26/03/2018

CVL7-180324 24/03/2018 10/04/2018

CVL7-180422 22/04/2018 09/05/2018

CVL7-180502 02/05/2018 19/05/2018

CVL7-180530 30/05/2018 16/06/2018

CVL7-180614 14/06/2018 01/07/2018

CVL7-180624 24/06/2018 11/07/2018

CVL7-180715 15/07/2018 01/08/2018

CVL7-180720 20/07/2018 06/08/2018

CVL7-180730 30/07/2018 16/08/2018

CVL7-180903 03/09/2018 20/09/2018

CVL7-180913 13/09/2018 30/09/2018

CVL7-181005 05/10/2018 22/10/2018

CVL7-181015 15/10/2018 01/11/2018

CVL7-181025 25/10/2018 11/11/2018

CVL7-181119 19/11/2018 06/12/2018

CVL7-181129 29/11/2018 16/12/2018

CVL7-181220 20/12/2018 06/01/2019

Drakensberg to Cape Premium Accommodated

Code Start End

DCL7-170306 06/03/2017 18/03/2017

DCL7-170402 02/04/2017 14/04/2017

DCL7-170430 30/04/2017 12/05/2017

DCL7-170528 28/05/2017 09/06/2017

DCL7-170625 25/06/2017 07/07/2017

DCL7-170801 01/08/2017 13/08/2017

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DCL7-170923 23/09/2017 05/10/2017

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DCL7-171212 12/12/2017 24/12/2017

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DCL7-180204 04/02/2018 16/02/2018

DCL7-180304 04/03/2018 16/03/2018

DCL7-180401 01/04/2018 13/04/2018

DCL7-180429 29/04/2018 11/05/2018

DCL7-180527 27/05/2018 08/06/2018

DCL7-180624 24/06/2018 06/07/2018

DCL7-180724 24/07/2018 05/08/2018

DCL7-180819 19/08/2018 31/08/2018

DCL7-180916 16/09/2018 28/09/2018

DCL7-181014 14/10/2018 26/10/2018

DCL7-181111 11/11/2018 23/11/2018

DCL7-181209 09/12/2018 21/12/2018

East Africa to Joburg

Premium Accommodated Tour

Code Start End

NJL7-170423 23/04/2017 20/05/2017

NJL7-170903 03/09/2017 30/09/2017

NJL7-171105 05/11/2017 02/12/2017

NJL7-180429 29/04/2018 26/05/2018

NJL7-180912 12/09/2018 09/10/2018

The best of Eastern Africa Northbound

Premium Accommodated

Code Start End

VNL7-170313 13/03/2017 02/04/2017

VNL7-170720 20/07/2017 09/08/2017

VNL7-170925 25/09/2017 15/10/2017

VNL7-180315 15/03/2018 04/04/2018

VNL7-180730 30/07/2018 19/08/2018

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Departure dates continued

Kruger, Swaziland, Lesotho and Garden Route

Premium Accommodated

Cape, Deserts, Delta, Falls and Zim

Premium Accommodated

Explore Namibia, Delta and Falls

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Cape, Namibia Explorer, Delta and Falls

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CVJL7-170216 16/02/2017 12/03/2017

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CVJL7-180903 03/09/2018 27/09/2018

CVJL7-181129 29/11/2018 23/12/2018

Delta, Wildlife, Zim & Kruger

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JJL7-170216 16/02/2017 04/03/2017

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Ultimate Wildlife and Falls

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Falls, Delta, Dunes & Cape

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