The highlights of Southern Africa are so interesting and make a great first trip consideration because this region is peppered with such diverse elements. Read More

Best

12 Nights - $26,995

Privately guided touring of Cape Town's iconic sites, a hip luxury hotel and two legendary safari lodges during the height of their prime season make this itinerary spectacular. Of course, this comes with all the extra bells and whistles, such as access to the absolute best wildlife areas and a complementary use professional camera for every guest at Zarafa. Finish in pure relaxation and luxury just above Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River.

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Better

12 Nights - $20,395

This itinerary is all about charming little properties that deliver wonderful service and great locations. Look at Cape Town marina and Table Mountain beyond right from you room. Explore the Okavango and Linyanti with a combo of two camps that complement each other to create a truly memorable wildlife safari during the prime season. Reflect on your safari with a finale at the immensely beautiful Victoria Falls. 

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Great

12 Nights - $13,350

In a word, this itinerary is crafty. By making a few key adjustments, we can offer a more affordable but still impressive experience of this dynamic and popular region in high season. A charming boutique hotel in the heart of Cape Town makes a lovely base to explore the surrounding sites. Delve into the Okavanago Delta where the two camps we have suggested offer some of the best wildlife viewing in Botswana. Finish at a lovely historic hotel in Victoria Falls so close to the falls you can see the mist right from the lawn.

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Priority: Date/High Season

High season is generally Africa’s winter time when you will rarely see rain. During these dry, typically cooler months the grasses get eaten down on the savannahs, the deciduous trees lose their leaves, so the viewing into the bush is more open. Animals come together in higher concentrations at the remaining permanent sources of water. The rain forests are always lush but hiking is a less muddy affair.

Expectantly, during these ideal game viewing conditions prices rise. This is the most expensive time of the year to travel.