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AFRICA


SOUTH AFRICA & VICTORIA FALLS NEW


15 DAYS from £3595 (per person twin share with flights)


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Discover South Africa before witnessing the majesty of Victoria Falls


DAY 1 – Fly to Cape Town Fly overnight with South African Airways to Cape Town


Belvidere Manor, Knysna


DAYS 2 to 4 – Cape Town Stay 3 nights at Winchester Mansions. At leisure.


DAYS 5/6 – Knysna Take collection of your hire car and head along route ‘Route 62’. Arrive in Knysna, 2 nights at Belvidere Manor.


DAYS 7 to 9 – Eastern Cape Travel the costal road to Port Elizabeth, drop off your hire car. Transfer into the Eastern Cape for 3 nights at Pumba Game Reserve. Morning and afternoon game drives.


DAY 10 – Johannesburg Morning game drive before flying to Johannesburg.


DAYS 11 to 13 – Victoria Falls Fly to Livingstone, transfer to the Stanley Safari Lodge for 3 nights. Visit to the incomparable Victoria Falls.


EASTERN CAPE The striking diversity of the Eastern Cape is one of southern Africa’s untouched gems, where unforgettable wildlife encounters and natural splendour combine with lush forest and vast desert panoramas. The Eastern Cape offers families a safari safe from the threat of malaria, ideal for combining with the Garden Route.


PUMBA GAME RESERVE Situated in the Eastern Cape, Pumba Game Reserve covers some 9 million hectares. A private reserve that is home to a rich mix of flora and fauna, the park offers an unrivalled choice of luxury lodges. The luxurious Water Lodge overlooks Lake Kariega, whilst the Msenge Bush Lodge provides privacy and gourmet cuisine amidst the serenity of the African bush.


DAYS 14/15 – Fly to the UK Fly to Johannesburg and connect with your South African Airways flight to Heathrow. Arrive the following day.


DEPARTURES DAILY


CAPE TOWN & GARDEN ROUTE


12 DAYS from £2195 (per person twin share with flights)


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DAY 1 – Fly to Cape Town Fly overnight with South African Airways to Cape Town


DAYS 2 to 4 – Cape Town Relax at the Cape Grace for 3 nights. At leisure in Cape Town, why not visit the infamous Robben Island?


DAYS 5/6 – Stellenbosch Collect hire car, travel to Stellenbosch for 2 nights at River Manor. Explore the idyllic villages of Franschhoek.


DAY 7 – Montagu and Oudtshoorn Visit the hot-spring town of Montagu before continuing through the beautiful scenery of the Little Karoo. Arrive in Oudtshoorn and overnight at La Plume Guest House.


DAYS 8 to 10 – Knysna Travel along the coast to Knysna to explore this natural haven. 3 nights at Cottage Pie Guest House.


KARIEGA RIVER LODGE Lying besides the Bushman’s River, just over an hour’s drive from Port Elizabeth, Kariega River Lodge is set amidst the rugged landscape of the Eastern Cape. Offering 10 stylishly appointed thatched suites, with modern comforts, wildlife walks and exceptional game viewing, ideal for families and couples alike.


DAYS 11/12 – Fly to the UK Return to Port Elizabeth. Fly to Johannesburg and continue onto Heathrow, arriving the following day.


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Self drive journey along the beautiful Garden Route, staying at rustic guesthouses


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