Small Group Adventures for our World Travelers

+ Indulge in river views from your luxury tented suite on the Zambezi and join our safari guides to discover the cascades, wildlife and culture of Victoria Falls.
+ Luxury stays in both the Okavango Delta and on our 300,000 acre private reserve next to Chobe National Park promise the most + diverse wildlife experience in Botswana.
+ Discover more of Cape Town including Robben Island and the Peninsula’s remarkable marine life.
+ Our complete Winelands experience includes fine dining, wine tastings, and the region’s art and culture.

Includes 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites c
  • Day 1 - Victoria Falls, Zambia

    We meet you at Livingstone airport and take you to the intimate Toka Leya Camp on the banks of the Zambezi. Enjoy a sunset cruise with cocktails as elephants and other animals descend to the river to quench their thirst. Meals L,D
  • Day 2 - Experience the thrill of Victoria Falls c

    Led by our expert guide, you’ll explore along rainforest trails and hit all of Victoria Falls’ best vantage points including the famed Devil’s Cataract. After lunch, you can go Rhino tracking, fish the Zambezi River, enjoy a game drive or visit Livingstone town or a nearby village. Meals B,L,D
  • Day 3 - Chobe National Park, Botswana

    Journey across the Kazungula Border Crossing where Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana meet and continue by safari transfer flight deep into the Linyanti Concession. Bordering Chobe National Park, this enormous game-rich private reserve offers an unrivaled atmosphere of remoteness and space. Your destination is Savuti Camp, our luxury safari bush camp on the Savute Channel. Meals B,D
  • Day 4 - On safari along the Savute Channel

    Bisecting the Linyanti Concession, the Savute Channel is an ancient watercourse that was dry for many years. The waters returned in 2008 and the channel is again an animal magnet, endowing Linyanti with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife on the continent. Setting out with our expert safari guides on day and evening game drives, you’ll have a chance to observe large herds of elephants as well as zebra, wildebeest, impala, giraffe, lechwe, reedbuck and kudu. Meals B,L,D
  • Day 5 - Another day at Chobe National Park

    Enjoy another day of game drives, guided walks and expeditions by boat on the Savute Channel. The sheer number of herbivores that roam across Chobe National Park and the Concession are irresistible to the most ferocious predators, making this one of the best places in Africa to encounter lions, wild dogs, cheetahs, spotted hyenas and leopards! Meals B,L,D
  • Day 6 - Fly into the Okavango Delta c

    Today’s safari transfer flight promises an unforgettable bird’s eye view over the channels, lagoons and islands that comprise the vast Okavango Delta. Famed as one of the world’s largest inland delta systems, Okavango is all the more remarkable for its location deep within the arid Kalahari Desert. Your destination is the intimate Kwetsani Camp. Meals B,L,D
  • Day 7 - Game viewing by land and water

    Set out in open jeeps and along the Delta’s tranquil waterways in a traditional mokoro canoe. The game here is abundant and sightings often include zebra, warthog, lion, tsessebe and impala. Elephants are also of great importance here at the Abu Reserve with many renowned rescue and rehabilitation projects ongoing. Guests can sometimes even observe researchers at work, often in surprisingly close proximity to the herds, and see released elephants rejoining their wild companions. Meals B,L,D
  • Day 8 - Fly to Cape Town, South Africa

    Fly to Cape Town and transfer to the superb Taj Hotel. Meals B
  • Day 9 - Cape Town c

    Spend the day with our expert guide exploring this captivating city. You’ll ascend Table Mountain by cable car for incredible views, cross the Bay for a sobering yet inspiring tour of Robben Island and discover the city’s historic highlights including the colorful Cape Malay quarter. Meals B,L
  • Day 10 - Along the beautiful Cape Peninsula

    Embark on a spectacularly scenic drive along Chapman’s Peak and continue all the way to False Bay and the historic Cape Point Lighthouse. Along the way, you’ll delight in charming coastal villages discover the African penguins at Boulders Beach and the Cape Fur seal colony on Duiker Island. Meals B,L
  • Day 11 - A magical day in the Cape Winelands

    Travel along meandering wine roads to historic villages filled with fine Cape Dutch architecture. Enjoy private wine tastings at the esteemed Delaire Graff and La Motte estates, dine at La Petite Ferme and join the director to learn about modern African art at the Holden Manz Gallery. Meals B,L
  • Day 12 - Depart Cape Town

    Transfer to the airport. Meals B

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  • Toka Leya Camp, Zambia

    Toka Leya Camp is hidden on the banks of the Zambezi River in the western sector of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, upstream from Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Toka Leya Camp consists of 12 safari-style tents, each en-suite with a view of the magnificent Zambezi River and some of its islands. The camp's dining and bar area is set beneath a shaded canopy of trees overlooking the River and a swimming pool.

  • Savuti Camp, Botswana

    Savuti Camp is situated in an isolated part of the Linyanti Concession along the Savuti Channel in northern Botswana. The site of the camp is about 17 kilometres 'downstream' from the Zibadianja Lagoon - the source of the Channel. The Channel stopped flowing between 1980 and 2008; during this time it was an unusual and productive ribbon of grassland that served as a corridor and feeding ground in the surrounding woodland for a wide variety of herbivores. Savuti Camp is a small and intimate camp in an isolated area, far from any other people. Accommodation at Savuti is in seven large comfortable walk in tents with en-suite facilities. Each tent is raised off the ground on platforms and has its own bathroom with a shower, hand basin and flush toilet. All of the new tented rooms have indoor showers and loos and the tents all provide views of the now-flowing Savuti channel waters. One of the seven tents is a family room, configured using two tents side-by-side, each with its own separate en-suite facilities. There is a separate dining room and pub under reed and thatch, also on raised platforms, as well as a plunge pool. There is a plunge pool and large viewing area with fire pit which extends outwards on raised wooden decks towards the Channel. Complimentary laundry services are provided.

  • Kwetsani Camp, Abu Reserve Botswana

    Located in the centre of the Jao Concession, Kwetsani Camp is situated on an elongated island covered with palm, mangosteen and fig trees. The surrounding floodplains are home to a number of “Delta specials” – species that are found in few other places on Earth. Some of these may even be seen from the privacy of one of our five “tree-house” chalets, beautifully furnished en-suite units each comprising a bedroom and lounge, and made of canvas, wood and glass.

  • The Taj Cape Town

    The Taj Cape Town is a combination of rich history and elegant contemporary architecture. Originally home to the South African Reserve Bank and Temple Chambers, it successfully combines the heritage of the old with the luxury of the new. This hotel is ideally located in the center of historic Cape Town at the entrance to the famous pedestrian precinct, St George's Mall. The Taj Cape Town's 177 guest rooms are decorated in shades of aquamarine and turquoise combined with the strong architectural character, high ceilings and large original window and include oversized bath tub, walk in shower and iPod docking station. Featuring seafood, champagne and an oyster bar, the Taj Cape town has two restaurants on site. On site is the Jiva Grande Spa, fitness center, sauna and swimming pool.

Our Small Group Safari Value

+ Expeditions with our expert safari guides including game drives, mokoro canoe excursions and wildlife-viewing walks
+ Expertly guided exploration of Victoria Falls & Cape Town with all entry fees
+ 27 meals: 11 breakfasts, 9 lunches & 7 dinners
+ House wines, cocktails and beverages at our luxury safari camps
+ 11 nights in our luxury safari bush camps and luxury hotel in Cape Town
+ 2 safari transfer flights with aerial views over the game-rich wilderness and your international flight from Maun to Cape Town
+ All transportation, luggage handling and all hotel taxes & service charges
+ All departures guaranteed

Trip Pricing

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Arrive Zambia - Per Person Double

Dates   Standard Accommodations
Departure Return   Regular Deal
4/9/2017
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4/20/2017 $8999 $8499
 
5/6/2017
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5/17/2017 $8999 $8499
 
7/13/2017
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7/24/2017 $12199 $11699
 
8/6/2017
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8/17/2017 $12199 $11699
 
9/9/2017
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9/20/2017 $12199 $11699
 
10/24/2017
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11/4/2017 $12399 $11899
 
11/19/2017
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11/30/2017 $9499 $8999
 
12/1/2017
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12/12/2017 $9499 $8999
 

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Trip Pricing

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Dates   Standard Accommodations
Departure Return   Regular
1/1/2017 3/31/2017 $10799
 
4/1/2017 5/31/2017 $11399
 
6/1/2017 9/30/2017 $14099
 
10/1/2017 10/31/2017 $14299
 

Private Tour Add-Ons

  • Johannesburg

    3 Day FreeStyle Travel

    Our 3-day FreeStyle Travel package includes 2 nights in your choice of hotel, daily breakfast, chauffeured airport transfers and privately guided sightseeing,

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  • William from FL gives this tour 

    Delighted by the people and the animals Read More »

  • David from OH gives this tour 

    Good, varied, selection of camps for the safari portion and excellent guides. We saw every animal on our bucket list multiple times. Very well maintained and flown aircraft. Packed a lot in at Cape Town too. All the people involved did everything possible to make the trip enjoyable. Checked all our boxes. Read More »

  • Marilyn from OR gives this tour 

    Everyone was knowledgeable, friendly, accommodating, and easy to work with. The animal sightings were fantastic. We traveled as a couple not with a group and were met and taken care of every step of the way. I was somewhat apprehensive at first because we had never been in Africa, but we never had to worry about transportation, check ins, or other details... just enjoy the experience. Read More »

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    Delighted by the countryside, intelligent narration. Read More »

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