Day 1

The Sabi Sands is South Africa’s premier private game viewing destination. It was here that the southern African safari began and today this famous reserve offers exceptional game viewing and equally exceptional accommodations. Two perennial rivers, the Sabi and the Sand flow through this Game Park, sustaining the diverse fauna and flora of the area.

The success of leopard viewing within the Sabi Sands is legendary. Elephants, lion, rhino, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, zebra and a vast variety of antelope and other species can be closely observed in their natural environment.


Day 2

Savanna Private Game Reserve Game Drives.

Guests will enjoy early morning and sunset safaris during their stay with us.

Providing guests with the ultimate game viewing experience is our top priority.

The Savanna Boma.

Dinners are enjoyed under the African sky with a fire blazing close by.

Boma dinners are traditional South African fare and singing and dancing is provided by our local Shangaan choir.


Day 3

Morning bush walks are optional.

Enjoy a different view of the bush on foot.


Day 4

Savanna Private Game Reserve – Village tour.

This is not a commercial tour and allows our clients to get an insight of life & traditions at the Justicia village outside the Sabi Sand gates.

The tour is a quick 2-3 hours and is fun and lighthearted. Proceeds go to the community.

Five water holes in front of the lodge often provide more game viewing opportunities.


Day 5

Today you will take the charter flight from Savanna Game Reserve to the Johannesburg Airport.

You will then take a South African Airways commercial flight to the Cape Town Airport and then be driven to The Twelve Apostles Hotel


Day 6

Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean, sandwiched between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire waters of Table Bay, the exceptionally scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Some cities boast rich culture, vibrant nightlife, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and extraordinary architecture, while others boast breathtaking landscapes and extraordinary natural wonders. Cape Town is lucky enough to be blessed with all of these attractions and so much more. With its bustling harbor, world class beaches, top notch vineyards, and its mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna, Cape Town consistently captivates the hearts of all who visit.

Chapman’s Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the south-western tip of South Africa, it is one of the most spectacular marine drives anywhere in the world. The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman’s Peak. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.

Cape Point is a spectacular sight, covered in endemic fynbos and home to breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside of Cape Town. Cape Point falls within the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. The Cape Floral Region is one of the richest areas for plants in the world – it is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora. Cape Point is open daily and is a must-see.

The Boulders Visitor Centre is home to the famous colony of Jackass Penguins, so called for their hilarious braying call. This is a truly special experience and Table Mountain National Park staff are knowledgeable and offer guided tours. After you have fallen in love with the penguins head to the secluded Boulders Beach and take a swim in the comparatively warm waters of the False Bay.


Day 7

Without a doubt it is Table Mountain that makes Cape Town the unique city it is. Rising up over 1000m above sea level, it is the icon that makes Cape Town instantly recognizable. It is a symbol, a playground, a spiritual retreat and a big draw card for tourists. So intertwined with the identity of Cape Town is Table Mountain that a visit to the city isn’t complete without having walked or taken the cable car to the top.

A trip up Table Mountain is quite rightly one of the first things a tourist wants to do when arriving in Cape Town. Once on the top, a 1000m above the city below, you are rewarded with spectacular 360 views. Take your time and enjoy this unique environment, go for a walk or have a bit to eat at the restaurant with arguably one of the best views possible.

On the lower slopes of Table Mountain, the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens showcases some of the Cape’s rich flora. Taking centre stage here is the unique ‘fynbos’ vegetation. Those who work up an appetite while exploring this garden paradise can visit the restaurant or tea room, which are fully stocked with delicious meals, yummy treats and refreshing beverages. In summer, Sunday music concerts provide sunset entertainment. Kirstenbosch is rated as the seventh best of its kind in the world.


Day 8

Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront has become South Africa’s most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments. The Waterfront is the heart of the tourist industry in Cape Town.

Belgium is known for its variety of beers, gourmet meals and melt-in-your-mouth chocolates, all of which can be found at Den Anker. Enjoy these cultural treats while looking out on the Atlantic Ocean meeting Cape Town at the Waterfront quay, either through the large windows or from an umbrella-shaded spot outside. Try Den Anker’s speciality – their flavourful mussels served in a variety of ways – and select an award-winning wine from their extensive wine list.

The colourful suburb of Bo Kaap was exclusively for coloured Muslims during the Colonial and Apartheid times and today, this group still makes up the majority of residents. The quaint cobbled streets, the museum, the authentic purveyors of Cape cuisine and Cape Town’s oldest spice emporium are all worth a visit.

In the heart of Cape Town’s business district, you’ll find Greenmarket Square. The square has quite a reputation, it has been a slave market, a fruit and vegetable market and, during the 1950s, a humble parking lot. These days it’s just the place to look for clothing, glassware, hand-painted fabrics, footwear, music, sunglasses and curios from all over Cape Town and Africa.

Greenmarket Square is more than a flea market, not only will you find a wide range of goods to buy, there is also entertainment in the form of buskers, mime artists and jugglers, especially on Saturday mornings and other busy times. The market is a big success there are loads of coffee shops and restaurants in the vicinity, so take time out to sit at a sidewalk table and watch the world go by.

For awesome views of Table Mountain, the City, the harbour, Waterfront, 2010 Stadium, the suburbs of Green Point & Sea Point and sunsets be sure to get to the top of Signal Hill


Day 9

Today you will be transported back to the Cape Town Airport where you will take a South African Airways commercial flight to Maun, Botswana.

You will then be transferred to andBeyond’s Sandibe Okavango Delta Safari Lodge


Day 10

Situated in the northwestern corner of Botswana, the Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site as it is the largest inland delta in the world. The magnificent Okavango River sprawls out over the dry sands of the Kalahari Desert forming this flourishing waterlogged oasis featuring countless meandering waterways and crystal clear lagoons studded with water lilies, as well as fertile floodplains and reeded islands inhabited with abundant wildlife. The Okavango Delta stretches over 15000 square kilometres. Visitors can enjoy a number of wonderful activities such as game viewing, fishing, bird watching or taking an authentic guided Mokoro excursion through this wetland paradise in a traditional dugout canoe. Commonly spotted animals include: lion, rhino, leopard, giraffe, hippos, elephants, crocodiles and countless species of bird.


Day 11

There will be the opportunity to take part in land based game viewing as well as boat based viewing in a traditional mokoro.


Day 13

Today you will be transferred back to the Maun Airport where you will take a commercial flight to Livingstone, Zambia.

One of the original natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls is a World Heritage Site and an extremely popular tourism attraction. Known locally as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’ this spectacle is accessible from both Zambia and Zimbabwe and it is an ideal place to combine game viewing and water sports. There is excellent fishing, a terrifying bungee jump and arguably the best commercial white water rafting in the world.


Day 14

Livingstone Island is the spot from which David Livingstone got his first glimpse of the majestic falls. You can catch a boat trip out to the Island and enjoy the exceptional view from here. You can peer over the edge only feet above the water and if you are up for it and the water level is right you can swim in the Devil’s Pool only feet from the more than 100m plunge.

Bungee jumping at Victoria Falls provides the original and ultimate thrill! The location is unbeatable, in front of the largest curtain of falling water in the world, at a World Heritage Site, set against the backdrop of one of the Seven Natural Wonders in the World and above the raging torrents and misty gorges of the mighty Zambezi River. Four seconds of free fall and 111 metres of pure adrenalin. Victoria Falls Bungee is consistently voted as one of the top five adrenalin experiences on the planet. For Bungee Jump veterans, speak to your Jump Master and make it even wilder by doing an ankle-tied, back flip or a star elevator jump.

A visit to the historical railway bridge is an integral part of any complete Victoria Falls experience. Learn about its fascinating history on this multi-faceted tour which includes:

A theatrical and entertaining presentation on the history of the Bridge and the men who built it.

A rare opportunity to walk on the catwalks beneath the Bridge, used in the original construction in 1904.

Free entry into the Bridge Visitor Centre where original photographs of the Bridge dating back to the early 1900’s can be viewed.

Return transfers from your local hotel (Zimbabwe) or Day Activity Centre (Zambia)

Assistance through the Border posts. Please bring your passport. No visa required. No border crossing fee.

Suitable for all ages – minimum of 10 yrs for the “under the bridge” part of the tour

World famous white water rafting. Awesome grade 5 rapids all year round.


Day 15

World famous white water rafting is available at Victoria Falls. Awesome grade 5 rapids run all year round.


Day 16

Today you will transfer back to the Livingstone Airport where you will take a South African Airways flight back to the Johannesburg Airport.