11 Days Cape Town, Kruger Park and Victoria Falls


This tour is a must-see since it combines South Africa’s most famous city with a traditional Kruger National Park safari and the lively Victoria Falls. Spend three nights there. The Sabi Sand Reserve, a section of the Greater Kruger National Park, is the next stop for three nights of safari. Spend three nights at the stunning Victoria Falls to cap off your safari adventure in Africa.

Victoria Falls is the most breathtaking sight in all of Africa. This massive curtain waterfall, which is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is located on the boundary between Zimbabwe and Zambia, where the powerful Zambezi River thunders 108 meters down into a small ravine to create a waterfall that is one mile wide. Victoria Falls must be visited during any journey to Southern Africa. You can access the falls from either the Zambian or the Zimbabwean side.

Tour highlights

  • Arrival in Cape Town
  • Transfer to Kruger National Park
  • Mpumalanga Lowveld
  • Transfer to Victoria Falls
  • Departure

Itinary in details

Upon arriving at Cape Town International Airport, you will be met by our representative who will transfer you to your hotel for a 3 night stay. The majestic Table Mountain, the sun-drenched beaches, the stunning seascapes, and the lush vineyards are just a few of the attractions of Cape Town, South Africa. Numerous lists of must-visit places in the globe consistently rank Cape Town first. The famous Table Mountain in Cape Town has now been named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. With a distinct African flair, Cape Town’s cosmopolitan, stylish, laid-back environment and pavement café culture have a Southern European flavor.

On this day you will visit Kruger National Park, The Greater Kruger National Park includes the Sabi Sand Reserve, which is unfenced and allows animals to freely move between the Sabi Sands and the other parts of the park. Due to game drive vehicles’ exclusive privilege to traverse their territory, the safari experience in the Sabi Sand is extremely customized. The reserve is a natural haven renowned for the abundance of wildlife it supports, especially birds and animals. Close encounters are assured since good conservation management practices ensure that the animals are not endangered by the presence of vehicles. Safaris are led by skilled rangers and native trackers. With great wildlife sightings on game drives, guests are never short of intriguing picture content.

After your morning game drive and lunch, you bid farewell to this enchanted safari wonderland and are driven to your rural lodge in the White River region. You might take advantage of the remaining afternoon to unwind in your lodge’s gardens.

This morning, you will be taken to Nelspruit Airport for your trip to Victoria Falls. When you arrive at Livingstone Airport, you will be taken to your accommodation. In addition to being a World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is undisputedly Africa’s adventure capital, offering more than 50 different activities. The Victoria Falls are thought to be the world’s biggest waterfall. Observe the powerful Zambezi River thundering over the 1700-meter-wide Victoria Falls before it plunges 100 meters into a tight valley. On a clear day, it is possible to see the massive columns of spray rising from the turbulent falls from 80 kilometers away. When the moon is full, instead of the typical rainbow visible during the day, a “moonbow” can be seen in the spray.

Today is your last day with us. Spend the morning at your leisure before being driven to Victoria Falls Airport to catch your international flight home. We can arrange for you to fly from Victoria Falls to Johannesburg to meet up with your trip home if your international flight departs from Johannesburg (at an additional cost).

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