A taste of South Africa
The smoke that thunders
The wilds of Zambia
|Tour Provider||Bunnik Tours|
|Number of Days||
4 to 12
|18 Sep 2019||03 Oct 2019||Available||AUD $16,735|
|09 Oct 2019||24 Oct 2019||Available||AUD $16,535|
Abbreviation: [B,L,D] Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
‘Welkom’ to Cape Town! Meet your tour guide and fellow travellers for a welcome drink this evening.
This morning we’ll discover the cosmopolitan city on a sightseeing tour, including the Malay Quarter, Company Gardens and Table Mountain (weather permitting). We’ll then depart for the famous Cape Winelands. Our first stop is the town of Paarl, famous as the birthplace of Afrikaans as a written language, and here we’ll visit the Afrikaans Language Museum. As we continue towards Stellenbosch we’ll stop for a tasting at a local estate. This evening we’ll enjoy a group welcome dinner. [B,D]
Today we discover historic Stellenbosch, South Africa’s oldest town, on a cuisine walk. We’ll try indigenous tea and rusks, snack at a family-run butchery, enjoy the local wines accompanied by South Africa’s favourite foods and try Cape desserts. [B,L,D]
Special Experience: Discover how to make four different types of dough at a hands-on bread-making course at Moreson Winery in Franschhk. Enjoy lunch and take your apron and recipes home with you.
We’ll return to Cape Town this afternoon, stopping for picturesque views of Table Mountain at Blouberg Strand. [B,L]
This morning we fly to Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall, forming part of the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Tonight we’ll relax on a sunset cruise along the Zambezi River. [B]
A morning guided walk takes us through lush rainforest to the spectacular falls. Explore the trails and take in the amazing view from the 16 viewing points! [B,D]
Special Experience: Enjoy a boma dinner, complete with traditional dancing and drumming.
Today we cross the border into Zambia via the famous Victoria Falls Bridge. Once in Zambia, we’ll visit Mukuni Village, home to the Leya people. Here we’ll see the village homes, Chief Mukuni’s palace, and try the traditional cuisine. [B,D]
This morning we fly to Mfuwe in South Luangwa National Park. [B,D]
After an early breakfast we depart for a morning game drive as the rising sun bathes the park in beautiful hues. South Luangwa has been dubbed one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, and not without reason! Enjoy lunch back at the lodge before an afternoon game drive. [B,L,D]
Another day of amazing game drives in this stunning national park. [B,L,D]
Special Experience: Walk in the footsteps of great explorers on a famous Zambian ‘walking safari’ and learn the secrets of the bush from your local guide.
Today we fly to beautiful Lower Zambezi National Park, on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Encompassing the Zambezi escarpment, the park slopes down to the river and is teeming with wildlife in its valley. [B,D]
Our lodge offers various activities such as river safaris, bush walks, can safaris and cultural village tours. You can choose how to spend your morning and afternoon exploring the amazing area. [B,L,D]
Enjoy another day discovering more of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed park. [B,L,D]
Special Experience: Fish* for the prized African tiger fish, a catch on most fisher's bucket lists. *catch & release
Today we begin our journey home. After a final morning game drive, we fly to Lusaka for our onward journey. [B]