East Africa Indulgence
Johannesburg, Entebbe, Murchison Falls National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Nairobi, Masai Mara National Reserve, Masai Mara, Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe), Pretoria, Stellenbosch and Cape Town
This is a bucket list safari in some of the most iconic and envied destinations in Africa.
- A private suite on the White Nile in Uganda, dubbed the "Pearl of Africa" by Churchill
- Trek to spend some personal time with a family of Mountain Gorillas, (there are 790 in the wild and none in any zoo anywhere)
- Visit colonial-era Nairobi including Karen Blixen's home
- David Sheldrick's Wildlife Trust's poignant baby elephant orphanage
- Luxury "Out of Africa" tented camps in the Masai Mara, ephemeral home of the Great Migration
- Victoria Falls Hotel, the "Grand Old Lady" of African tourism
- Rovos Rail's "Pride of Africa", the most luxurious train on earth according to Vogue Magazine
- A country estate in the winelands of Stellenbosch
- Cape Town, the "Mother City"
East Africa Indulgence Itinerary
Day 1 - 2Intercontinental Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport (1-Night)
InterContinental Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport is a safe, easy walk from the international arrivals hall at Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport. We are perfectly located for business travellers and just a 14-minute train ride from the Sandton CBD.
Enjoy unlimited complimentary Wi-Fi, quiet soundproofed rooms, quick check-in and a host of services designed to meet the needs of the modern business traveller. Refurbished in 2008, we offer the most sophisticated airport accommodations on the African Continent.
Day 2 - 3Hotel No. 5 - Entebbe (1-Night)
Nestled in the leafy suburbs of Entebbe, is the new and stylish boutique hotel, Hotel No.5. From the moment you arrive, you are warmly welcomed and cared for. With luxurious rooms opening onto the garden and swimming pool, this is a great option for guests looking for an intimate stay in a tranquil setting.
Make yourself at home – unwind beside the swimming pool, pamper yourself with a spa treatment, or work up a sweat in the hotel gym. For one of the most flavoursome dining experiences in Entebbe, carefully planned menus are paired to an international wine list, and served with pride.
Attention to detail and an attentive guest experience are synonymous with Hotel No. 5, making it the perfect choice for a restful stay in this busy town.
Situated on a peninsula in Lake Victoria, the former seat of Uganda’s government, Entebbe is just a short drive from the current capital and offers plenty to keep visitors amused. This charming town features tree-lined streets and serves as an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area.
Tourists can look forward to spending days on beautiful beaches along the banks of Lake Victoria, stroll through the fields and forests of the magnificent Botanical Gardens, or pay a visit to Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a haven for country’s orphaned chimps.
Day 3 - 6Nile Safari Lodge - Murchison Falls National Park (3-Nights)
Nile Safari Lodge is a luxury eco-friendly safari lodge located on the Victoria Nile River banks in Uganda. The lodge is situated in the heart of the Murchison Falls National Park and offers spectacular views of the river and endless game viewing opportunities. Accommodation includes eight secluded bandas equipped with en-suite facilities, a private view deck with deck chairs and a mosquito net. Guests may enjoy delicious meals at the on-site restaurant.
Murchison Falls National Park
Stretching from the shores of Lake Albert, Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda's largest National Park. The Nile River flows through the middle of the park creating the impressive Murchison Falls which is the park’s major attraction. The landscape features dense rainforest, undulating savannah and a diversity of abundant wildlife. Visitors can enjoy prime game-viewing along the Buligi Circuit. The forests are home to numerous primates, including Chimpanzees, and near the river, buffalo, elephants and Rothschild-Giraffes can be seen. Other commonly spotted wildlife include: lions, antelope, waterbucks, hippos and crocodiles.
Wild Frontiers Murchison Falls Top of the Falls Walk
Some of the most powerful moving water in the world, the top of Murchison Falls sees the entirety of the Nile River squeeze itself through a mere 7-meter gap; an epic display of nature’s power. A trail runs down the side of the gorge, allowing the opportunity to view the main falls, and the second “Independence” falls. The views are spectacular and the spray of the falls really refreshing. The walk takes approximately 45 minutes and requires average fitness.
Wild Frontiers Murchison Falls Bottom of the Falls Cruise
Wild Frontiers Murchison Falls Bottom of the Falls Cruise is a three-hour scheduled and private cruise from park headquarters to the head of Fajao Gorge at the base of Murchison Falls. Passengers can witness the mighty force of the Nile River pushing through a narrow seven-metre gap, cascading down a forty-metre cliff to the vast gorge below.
The power of the falls and the scenic views from their base are breathtaking. Large resident populations of hippo float in the water along the way, groups of crocodile bask on the shore, and herds of elephant, buffalo and antelope can be seen moving along the riverbanks. The river offers spectacular opportunities for bird watchers, with a wide range of water birds and vibrant Bee-eaters nesting in the cliffs along the river's bank.
Wild Frontiers Murchison Falls Half-Day Delta Cruise
The Victoria Nile delta, a 20km voyage downstream from Paraa, is home to rare wetland birds including the elusive shoebill and papyrus endemic species. The Wild Frontiers Murchison Falls Half Day Delta Cruise is a leisurely private cruise aboard our Kingfisher/ alligator boat down to Lake Albert offers the opportunity to spot elephant, hippo and large Nile crocodiles. Tailored to suit personal requirements, the 4-5 hour delta area cruise departs from a jetty at Paraa on the South Bank of the Nile River.
Day 6 - 8Bwindi Lodge - Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (2-Nights)
Overlooking the primeval Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Bwindi Lodge is the finest luxury lodge at Bwindi. With dramatic intense views of the forest canopy across a serene stream, it is one of Africa’s unique properties. The gorillas frequently come to relax in the verdant bush around the lodge! The lodge is perfectly located for a Uganda jungle gorilla tracking experience.
The luxury forest lodge in Bwindi, fully renovated in 2018, now features a redesigned guest lounge and dining area that bring the feel of the forest into the stylish interiors. The main living area has a central fireplace which acts as a focal point for guests to relax and discuss their gorilla tracking experience. A newly designed outdoor terrace gives dramatic views of the impenetrable forest and is a great place to spot the monkeys and birds hidden in the foliage.
The eight individual bandas, each having their own view of the forest, have been been totally restyled with warm luxurious interiors and inviting four poster beds and locally-inspired furniture. A new Deluxe Banda has opened in June 2019 and a further one will be opened by end of the year.
The Humula Forest Spa was opened in April 2018 and a sauna and new massage room are planned for 2020.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Located in southwestern Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is said to be Africa’s oldest rainforest. It is world-renowned for its excellent gorilla-sighting opportunities. The rugged landscape features dense jungle, cascading waterfalls, sparkling mountain streams, deep valleys and steep ridges.
This untouched forest has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its breathtaking natural beauty and unique ecological significance. Aside from the amazing gorilla interactions, there are other drawcards such as a network of forest walks, over 340 species of bird to spot and a variety of butterflies.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the spectacular Virunga Volcanoes.
Wild Frontiers Batwa Cultural Experience
The Batwa Pygmies have lived in the Bwindi forest for over five thousand years. They are renowned storytellers and dancers and were honoured in the courts of the Ancient Egyptians. They believe in a legend passed down generations that their god Nagasan charged them with the responsibility of being the "Caretakers of the Forest".
Visitors will learn from them how their ancestors survived in the forest as hunter-gatherers - what they ate, how they hunted, the plants and herbs they used, how they dance, sing and socialise. Guests also listen to their fascinating stories and legends; test their bow and arrow skills; participate in a mock hunting party and bask in the singing and dancing of the tribe upon returning as successful hunters.
Gorilla Trekking Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Wake early for a hearty breakfast to give you the energy needed for gorilla trekking. Before 8:00 am, report to the ranger station for registration and a talk by one of the rangers. The guides will then take you through the bush, pushing your way through the undergrowth, to track the gorillas. (Please note this trek can take from 30 minutes to 5-6 hours).
A reasonable degree of fitness is required, as well as a sturdy pair of walking shoes. Sit in the forest among the gorillas, listening to them ‘talk’ to one another, and marvel at the sheer size of the dominant male, the Silverback. It is an extraordinary feeling sitting in the dense rainforest knowing you are with a few of the last remaining mountain gorillas. It's amazing to think there are only about 650 of these beautiful creatures left.
Ishasha Game Drive
The Ishasha Sector is well known for its one of a kind tree-climbing lions. The wildlife and sanctuary park is situated near the south-western edge of the Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. The landscape in the park largely consists of savannah woodland tree species such as the fig tree, acacia tree and the cactus trees.
Buhoma Community Village Walk
This walk provides guests with an opportunity to support the local community whilst enjoying visiting various interesting places as you follow a walking trail through the village. Highlights include the traditional healer, banana brewery and Mukono Primary school where you may interact with the children.
Wild Frontiers Bwindi Village Visit Guided Tour
Wild Frontiers Bwindi Village Visit is a 3 - 4-hour community walk through the local villages surrounding Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Optional activities include visits to a traditional home, local orphanage or school, banana brewing demonstrations and even meeting traditional medicinal healers.
Day 8 - 10Fairmont The Norfolk - Nairobi (3-Nights)
Situated in the heart of Kenya, the Fairmont Norfolk Hotel offers a sophisticated retreat that is within easy reach of world-renowned wildlife centres, golf courses, and museums. The luxurious rooms and suites are tastefully furnished and include en-suite bathrooms, armchairs, work desks, and plasma screen TVs.
The hotel features four dining establishments offering a variety of cuisines, as well as an all-day dining restaurant. Guests can enjoy leisurely walks through the tropical gardens, have a splash in the swimming pool, work out at the fitness centre, or enjoy relaxing massages and treatments at the spa.
Situated along the Nairobi River in beautiful Kenya, the capital of Nairobi is East Africa's most cosmopolitan city. It serves as an excellent starting point for African safari trips around Kenya. Nairobi is Africa’s 4th largest city and is a vibrant and exciting place to be. There are some fascinating attractions: its cafe culture, unbridled nightlife, the National Museum, the Karen Blixen Museum and most notably, just 20 minutes from the city centre, wild lions and buffalo roam in the world’s only urban game reserve. Make sure you pay a visit to the elephant orphanage operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for a once in a lifetime experience.
Karen Blixen Museum
The Karen Blixen Museum was once the home of the Danish author Karen Blixen. The renowned author made famous by the release of the Oscar winning movie ‘Out of Africa’, based on Karen’s autobiography of the same title. The museum displays many pieces of the author's furniture and has a splendid view of the Ngong Hills, immortalized in Karen Blixen's opening line, "I had a farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong Hills."
The Karen Blixen Museum is open to the public every day, with guided tours on offer. The museum shop features handicrafts, posters, postcards, the movie ‘Out of Africa’, as well as books and other Kenyan souvenirs.
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Founded in 1977 by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick D.B.E, in honour of the memory of her late husband, famous naturalist and founding Warden of Tsavo East National Park, David Leslie William Sheldrick MBE, the DSWT claims a rich and deeply rooted family history in wildlife and conservation. Born from one family’s passion for Kenya and it's wilderness, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is today the most successful orphan-elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world and one of the pioneering conservation organisations for wildlife and habitat protection in East Africa.
To date the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has successfully hand-raised over 244 infant elephants and has accomplished its long-term conservation priority by effectively reintegrating orphans back into the wild herds of Tsavo, claiming many healthy wild-born calves from former-orphaned elephants raised in care.
Situated 4 kilometres from the city centre of Nairobi, Kenya, the Carnivore is considered ‘Africa's Greatest Eating Experience'. A varity of meats including a selection of exotic meat is roasted over charcoal and carved at your table. Delicious side dishes and an exceptional array of sauces complement this fixed price feast that also includes soup,a selection of desserts and Kenyan coffee. Set in attractive tropical gardens, the service and the décor are outstanding.
The Carnivore is also home of the Simba Saloon, a delicious a la carte restaurant by day and Nairobi's most popular nightclub. The informal indoor/outdoor atmosphere, exceptional snacks and the pulsating rhythms of Africa combine to ensure an exciting ambiance.
Day 10 - 14Little Governor's Camp Safari Lodge - Masai Mara National Reserve (4-Nights)
Governors has been pioneering immersive and transformational safaris in the Mara since 1972. We were the first operators to be permanently based inside the Mara, our site was chosen for its prime location and was the designated “getaway” for the Governors of Kenya. Unfenced and right in the heart of the action. Our camps are Located in some of the best and most precious Wildlife Locations in the world. We are a family with a colourful cast of characters that embodies the spirit of safari, while placing the care of the environment, community & conservation at the heart of everything we do.
Little Governors’ is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest. Vehicles are left on the far river bank, and the camp is therefore quiet and undisturbed. The guest tents at Little Governors’ have recently been renovated and now have great wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity that takes place around the watering hole at the camp. All Governors’ properties are unfenced, and at Little Governors’ there is a resident family of warthogs that wander freely through the camp. Guests may need to make way for elephants which sometimes visit the camp at lunch time.
Little Governors Camp has just been awarded a Gold Eco-Rating from Eco Tourism Kenya due to our sustainable practices in place in camp which include a comprehensive solar energy system which runs all the camps energy supply. We have also eliminated all plastic bottles from camp replacing them with stainless steel water bottles and a reverse osmosis water filtration system. We have also replaced all plastic guest toiletry bottles with stainless steel re-fillable bottles.
Masai Mara National Reserve
One of Kenya’s undisputed natural highlights is the Masai Mara National Reserve, which sprawls across more than 1500 square kilometres of the country’s southwest. The park protects a phenomenal array of game, including charismatic species such as elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo, as well as crocodile and hippopotamus in the Mara River. The birdlife is no less impressive, with over 450 resident bird species. However, the true highlight here is the Great Migration, recognised as one of the Seven New Wonders of the World.
To survive the dry months of July to September, some 1.7 million wildebeest, migrate from the parched plains of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Along with much smaller numbers of antelope buffalo and zebra, they move to the more forgiving grasslands of the Masai Mara. In their wake come predators such as lion, hyena and cheetah, for whom these giant herds are an easy source of prey.
The Masai Mara together with Tanzania’s Serengeti form Africa’s most famous wildlife park, the Masai Mara National Reserve. The image of acacia trees dotting endless grass plains epitomises Africa for many, then add a Maasai warrior and some cattle to the picture and the conversation need go no further.
The undeniable highlight of the Masai Mara National Reserve is undoubtedly the annual wildebeest migration traversing the vast plains of the Serengeti and the Masai Mara. It is known as the largest mass movement of land mammals on the planet – with more than a million animals following the rains. Large prides of lions, herds of elephants, as well as giraffes, gazelles and eland can also be spotted in the reserve. Aside from horse riding safaris and traditional vehicle safaris, hot-air ballooning over the Mara plains has become almost essential.
This is the famous river where the wildebeest have to run the crocodile gauntlet on their annual migration.
Governors' Balloon Safaris
Governors has been pioneering immersive and transformational safaris in the Mara since 1972. We were the first operators to be permanently based inside the Mara, our site was chosen for its prime location and was the designated “getaway” for the Governors of Kenya. Unfenced and right in the heart of the action. Our camps are located in some of the best and most precious Wildlife Locations in the world. We are a family with a colourful cast of characters that embodies the spirit of safari, while placing the care of the environment, community & conservation at the heart of everything we do.
The adventure begins just before dawn. Departure is from a perfect natural launch site behind Little Governors’ Camp, and flames from the hot air balloon burners light the darkness as the crews inflate their craft. The first, pink tongues of sunlight flicker across the skies as the hot air balloon fills, then rises. Suspended in a basket beneath the rainbow-coloured canopy, you’re off for a game-viewing adventure with an entirely different perspective.
What amazes most first-time balloonists is the absolute stillness: the silence as you float above the plains, the forest and the rivers of the Masai Mara. Even if you’ve flown elsewhere, this is a unique experience. The flight lasts an hour or so, drifting wherever the air currents take you, and with ample opportunities for photography and video filming. Then your Kenyan Hot Air Balloon Safari finishes with a flourish. In the time honoured tradition of balloon flights the world over, you toast your return to earth with a champagne breakfast, cooked wherever you land. The Balloon Safari ends with some leisurely game viewing on the way back to Camp.
Day 14 - 16Elewana Sand River Masai Mara Tented Camp - Masai Mara (2-Nights)
Situated along the banks of a river from which it has taken its name, Elewana Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya on a secluded and picturesque site. The camp enjoys stunning views over the Sand River and out to the neighbouring grassy hills and plains of Tanzania.
The camp sits on the migration route for the millions of wildebeest, zebra and Thompson's gazelle that move between Serengeti and Maasai Mara every year. Guests enjoy the privilege of exclusive views of the plains and hills dotted with thousands of animals as well as being in the thick of the excitement of frenetic and famed river crossings, all from the comfort of camp.
Comprising of 16 tented accommodations, Elewana Sand River Masai Mara replicates the heyday of exclusive permanent tented camps of the late 1920’s.
Divided into two separate but adjoining campsites of 10 and 6 tents, each area possessing its own designated dining and public areas, Elewana Sand River Masai Mara provides an atmosphere of exclusivity and class.
Day 16 - 17Crowne Plaza Nairobi Airport Hotel - Nairobi (1-Night)
Crowne Plaza Nairobi Airport Hotel is the only official hotel located at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The hotel offers 144 spacious, adaptable, contemporarily designed rooms, with a large ergonomic working area consisting of suites, interconnecting rooms, double and twin rooms, convenient for business, family and leisure travelers. The hotel features a contemporary café with round the clock menu offering local and global cuisine, and a coffee shop a conference center and 3 meeting rooms.
Day 17 - 20Victoria Falls Hotel - Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) (3-Nights)
The Victoria Falls Hotel, popularly known as “the grand old lady of the Falls”, is situated in the Victoria Falls National Park, a world heritage site, and is a member of the exclusive Leading Hotels of the World group. It is one of only three IS0-accredited hotels in Zimbabwe.
The Edwardian-style five-star hotel, built in 1904, combines the charm of the old with the convenience of the new. Set in lush tropical gardens with lily ponds, palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs, it provides the tranquillity and seclusion that many guests seek. The famous Victoria Falls are just a ten-minute walk away using the hotel’s private pathway, and “the smoke that thunders” or “Mosi-O-Tunya” in the local dialect, is clearly audible and visible from this luxurious landmark.
World-class service, and food and beverage choice and preparation second to none, make the hotel a magnet for international visitors and locals alike. The opulent Livingstone Room for fine dining and dancing, the Jungle Junction with its famous breakfast and dinner buffets and ethnic entertainment in the evenings, offer variety and wide choice. Stanley’s Terrace, with its clear view of the Victoria Falls Bridge, connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia, is renowned for its cocktails and afternoon teas. The Terrace has been a rendezvous for adventurers in Africa for over a century.
The ambience of the hotel is steeped in that history with all suites decorated in the gracious Edwardian style of Zimbabwe’s colonial era. Small executive meetings and private dining facilities are easily arranged for those who wish to combine a little business with a lot of pleasure, and all in a secluded and discreet environment.
A large swimming pool, two tennis courts, a library, reading rooms and chapel are part of the complex. Golfers can enjoy 18 holes on the championship course of the nearby sister hotel, Elephant Hills Resort.
But it is the Victoria Falls Hotel that remains the major attraction for visitors. Waking up to the sound of “the smoke that thunders”, seeing the sun rise beneath the mist of one of the seven natural wonders of the world and the lunar rainbow at night, all the while soaking up the history and ambience of a bygone era, is more than unforgettable – it is unique.
Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
Victoria Falls is one of the world’s most impressive waterfalls. It is set on the magnificent Zambezi River which creates the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. These spectacular falls can be easily visited and viewed from the Zimbabwean side. Considered to be the world’s widest waterfalls, Victoria Falls measures an impressive 1708 metres in width.
The small town of Victoria Falls, which lies adjacent to the waterfalls, serves as a great base from which to explore the many attractions this area of Zimbabwe has to offer. The surrounding area provides a wide range of adrenalin-filled activities for adventure lovers.
Visitors can look forward to an array of wonderful activities including: scenic flights, micro lighting, white water rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, and once-in-a-lifetime expeditions into the incredible Chobe National Park.
Day 20 - 23Rovos Rail (3-Nights)
Rovos Rail Train
Rovos Rail has earned an international reputation for its truly world class travel experiences.
Exceptional train safaris combine some of Africa’s most magnificent scenery with travel aboard an authentically refurbished Edwardian-style train, accommodating up to 72 guests in the most spacious train suites in the world, each with their own en-suite bathroom and subtle modern conveniences.
The eight scheduled journeys begin or end at Rovos Rail Station, the headquarters and private station of this independent railway company, which is situated in Pretoria.
Day 23 - 26Lanzerac Hotel & Spa - Stellenbosch (3-Nights)
Steeped in a history dating back to 1692 and nestled in the foothills of the idyllic Jonkershoek Valley. Lanzerac is synonymous with old-world charm and rich Cape heritage. Experience the finest hospitality the Cape Winelands has to offer, indulging guests with warm and passionate service, the finest wine and cuisine and exquisitely styled rooms.
The fifty-three en-suite bedrooms and suites at Lanzerac invites complete relaxation amid welcoming interiors, which blend both period grandeur and contemporary style. Each room is individually decorated with elegant finishes and a unique selection of timeless pieces, offering revered guests spacious interiors which honour their desire for privacy.
Set on a working wine farm, guests are spoilt with easy access to the cellar and the Tasting Room at which they can embark on a sensory experience with innovative wine and chocolate pairings. In addition, guests can enjoy four swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), three restaurants, a Deli or unwind and rejuvenate at the Lanzerac Spa, a sought-after wellness retreat and relaxation hideaway.
Cape Winelands Day Tour
Cape Winelands Day Tour is a beautiful and scenic excursion whereby participants make their way from Cape Town to the picturesque Winelands, visiting South Africa's most famed wine regions, including Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Aside from excellent wines, these areas offer tasty cuisine and historical masterpieces, including the Taal Monument, located atop a hill overlooking Paarl.
La Petite Colombe
La Petite Colombe is a fine dining restaurant located on the beautiful Leeu Estates in Franschhoek, South Africa. The atmosphere is bright and inspired by nature, using raw materials and transforming them into beautiful objects. There are subtle nods to the La Colombe Dove throughout the space. Diners may enjoy a range of menu's, from vegetarian to the chef's experience.
Delaire Graff Restaurant
We believe our dining experience is an expression of the seasons, where classic bistro favourites are served with the finest South African touches. Our story is simple; the best food starts with the best ingredients.
Overlooking a sea of vineyards and olive groves planted on the Simonsberg, our views from the terrace span all the way into the Banhoek Valley.
Inside, the David Collins Studio designed interiors include curving orange leather banquettes and handpicked art. Come join us for a unique dining experience in the exquisite setting of Delaire Graff Estate.
Quoin Rock Wine Estate
Quoin Rock Wine Estate has deep, historic roots but fate, passion, energy and vision have transformed the old wine estate. Under the custodianship of the Gaiduk family, 2012 signalled a new era. The family not only invested in the restoration of the 200-ha estate over the following years but in a future where visitors and guests would be captivated by their experience.
The estate's wines offer a myriad of well-balanced, complex flavours that generate even more harmonies over time. The viticulturist keeps watch over the development of the vines, the weather and the soil. It is then the winemaker’s turn in a combination of natural alchemy and years of experience, to create superior, well-balanced wines with complex flavours. Guests can buy a variety of wines including chardonnay, shiraz, sauvignon blanc, rose and shiraz cabernet sauvignon.
Day 26 - 29Table Bay Hotel - Cape Town (3-Nights)
The Table Bay offers the ultimate in 5-star luxury hotel accommodation in Cape Town. Considered to be the best address in Cape Town, this sophisticated Sun International property was opened in May 1997 by former South African president, Nelson Mandela.
Situated on the historic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, The Table Bay hotel is perfectly positioned against the stunning backdrop of Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean and provides easy access to the top places to visit in Cape Town.
Top reasons why you’ll love The Table Bay hotel:
- Award-winning 5-star luxury hotel accommodation in Cape Town.
- Beautiful views of the working harbour and Table Mountain or across the Atlantic Ocean to Robben Island.
- Direct access to Cape Town’s renowned shopping destination, the V&A Waterfront.
- Tailor-made tours at The Table Bay's travel desk.
- Complimentary for in-house guests is a hop-on hop-off luxury shuttle service route to and from Table Mountain.
- Airport transfers in luxury WiFi-enabled vehicles.
- Complimentary WiFi access throughout the hotel.
- Excellent conferencing facilities for special occasions, weddings and events.
- Best breakfast buffet in Cape Town served daily.
- The Table Bay is part of theSunlux luxury hotel collection.
From AUD29,782 per person, sharing, not including international flights
- Accommodation on the basis indicated (ie all meals in Lodges and Camps; B&B in city hotels)
- Airport and lodge transfers
- English-speaking guides in each location
- Domestic flights (eg Entebbe-Bugungu-Kihihi-Entebbe and Nairobi-Masai Mara-Nairobi)
- Full day Vehicle at disposal in Nairobi (max 8hrs) including visit to Daphne Sheldrick morning
visit, Giraffe centre visit and Karen Blixen museum visit
- 4 nights on game package at Little Governors Camp includes: "Full board
accommodation, 3 meals per person per night booked, bottled water and welcome
drink, laundry, together with applicable VAT thereon, air strip transfers in custom built
4WD vehicles and two extended excursions daily into the famous Masai Mara National
Reserve and surrounding areas, to local Masai Villages (Manyattas), and to / from the
local schools and other community and conservation projects we support and which
guests may wish to visit
- 2 nights on game package at Elewana Sand River Mara Camp includes: Full board
accommodation + soft drinks, house wines, beers and selected spirits, shared game
drives, bush hamper breakfast/lunch, sundowner, dinner under the stars, airstrip
- International flights (eg, intercontinental; Entebbe-Nairobi; Nairobi-Vic Falls)
- Domestic legs of international flight itinerary (Johannesburg-Cape Town-Johannesburg)
- Any other flights or transfers not mentioned
- Laundry unless specifically mentioned
- All "optional" and "recommended" activities
- Tips, gratuities
- Items of a personal nature
- Anything not mentioned herein
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