Cape Town to Vic Falls - Cape, Kalahari & Delta
South Africa & Botswana & Namibia & Zimbabwe, Wildlife & Safari, 22 days - from £2,395 (land only) - from €2,895 (land only) - from $3,860 (land only)
- 2 English-speaking local guides
- Airport transfer on day 1 of land only itinerary
- All accommodation as described
- Meals as described
- All land transport as described
- National park entrance fees
- Optional activites as described in the itinerary.
What's Not Included
- Travel insurance
- Airport taxes
- Airport transfer on day 22 of itinerary
- Some meals as detailed in the meal plan
- Extra activities and excursions
- Tips for local staff
- Miscellaneous personal expenditure
Included in your holiday price are 20 breakfasts, 16 lunches and 12 dinners. On free days or where there is a variety of options it makes sense not to include your meals other than breakfast in your holiday price leaving the choice to you. In practice on this holiday this means you will pay directly for a total of 5 lunches and 10 dinners. We recommend you budget £8 - 15 for each of these meals
During this holiday the group will spend 19 nights in comfortable lodges, tented camps or guesthouses with en-suite facilities. Some of the lodges have swimming pools. There are 2 nights wild camping with very basic facilities (when in the Okavango Delta). If you are travelling by yourself you will be paired up with another single client of the same sex. Single rooms are available at an additional cost. Please refer to the dates and prices page for costs. Additional nights in Cape Town and Victoria Falls are also available.
Years of safari experience have been put into the design of the trucks. They are built to comply with the latest South African transport and safety regulations. Your comfort is catered for with individual seats (with safety belts), ample legroom and large vertical sliding windows for unobstructed viewing and photography.
There are roof hatches for excellent 'open' views and an integral cab and passenger compartment so contact with the driver is easy. Each truck also has large packing compartments, a built in kitchen, freezer, drinking water tank, interior lights and a gas stove (to minimise use of wood and destruction of forest areas). There is a USB point to charge cameras as well. A cool box is on the truck so we have access to cool drinks during the drives. We also use minibuses for some small group safaris. All of our vehicles are bought new and serviced by Mercedes and Toyota agents, thus ensuring trouble free touring with backup support in practically every town in Southern Africa.
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