Below we have listed some of our most popular Africa Multi-Country Combos – touring options.
From the Sahara desert in the north to the rugged coastline of South Africa at its bottom tip, the continent of Africa contains a staggering diversity of landscapes and wildlife.
From bone-dry deserts where sand dunes tower beneath vast open skies to watery deltas and mighty waterfalls where nature’s force reveals itself in all its glory. Africa spellbinds with its natural beauty and selection of experiences.
Home to 54 countries, Africa offers the opportunity for Multi-Country Combos that might include Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Botswana, Namibia or South Africa.
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|Tour Type||Trip Name||No. Days||Bookings||Prices per person|
|Tour||The East Africa Adventure||12|
|Tour||Luxury, Hwange, Falls & Chobe Experience||12||From $8,860.00|
|Tour||Trans-Kalahari Adventure||22||From $5,460.00|
The East Africa Adventure
This Kenya and Tanzania Adventure will thrill you with fantastic game viewing from the comfort of your 4 wheel drive safari vehicle. You will be accommodated in style at some of the most luxurious and well-located lodges on the East African Safari circuit.
Taking you from the bustling city of Nairobi to the wide open savanna’s of the Masai Mara and Serengeti, from the magnificent Ngorongoro crater to the breathtaking Amboseli Game reserve at the base of mystical Mt Kilimanjaro, this safari takes in most of the highlights of these two mesmerizing countries.
The richness and diversity of wildlife and culture that you will experience on this journey will leave an impression on your memories that will bring a smile to your face whenever you cast your mind back to your time on Safari.
|Day 1: Nairobi||
Up on arrival at Nairobi Airport, you will be met by your safari guide who will escort you to your car for transfer to Nairobi city at the Pan Afric Hotel.
|Day 2: Lake Nakuru||
After breakfast depart from Nairobi on a 2 hour drive to Lake Naivasha which is located north west of Nairobi, outside the town of Naivasha. It is part of the Great Rift Valley. Along the way we will make a special stop at a viewpoint to enjoy the beautiful views of the Great Rift Valley Escarpment. Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake in Kenya. The lake has a vast surface area of 139 square kilometres and averages at 6 metres in depth. Arriving around midday on time for lunch. After lunch, early afternoon a unique experience take a boat safari on Lake Naivasha. This is a beautiful freshwater lake, fringed by thick papyrus is almost 13 km’s across, but its waters are shallow with an average depth of five metres. The waters of the lake draw a great range of game to these shores. Giraffe wander among the acacia, Buffalo wallow in the swamps and Colobus monkeys call from the treetops while the Lakes large hippo populations sleep the day out in the shallows. Dinner and overnight stay at your deluxe safari lodge at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge.
|Day 3: Masai Mara||
After breakfast we depart for the Masai Mara Game Reserve. The Mara is one of the most sought after big game destinations in the world. At certain times of year it plays host to the annual Wildebeest and Zebra migration but even when the migration is elsewhere on its massive route, the Mara still teems with wildlife and finding the ‘Big 5’ is a common occurrence during game drives.
|Day 4: Masai Mara||
Today we will have an early start as we head out in search of the nocturnal predators returning from their hunting expeditions. Every moment of a game drive is different from the next, you never know what is going to make an appearance as you round the next bend in the road. As the day warms, and the animals retire to the shade, we too will return to the lodge for a delicious meal and relaxation around the pool or in the air conditioned comfort of your room.
|Day 5: Serengeti National Park||
Today is going to be a long but interesting day. We will get an early start and leave the lodge just after breakfast. We will be taking a packed lunch with us which will allow us to make the best possible travelling time as we head for the border between Kenya and Tanzania.
|Day 6: Serengeti National Park||
Today we will do morning and afternoon game drives in the magnificent Serengeti Game Reserve. The Serengeti is the largest game reserve in Tanzania and covers an area of nearly 15 000 sq Kms. As with the Masai Mara, the Serengeti also plays host to the annual migration of millions of Wildebeest and Zebra as they are forced to be in constant motion in search of grass to feed their ever increasing numbers. This in turn leads to one of the healthiest predator populations anywhere on the planet. All these factors combine to make this one of the ‘must see’ destinations on any Tanzanian itinerary.
|Day 7: Ngorongoro||
After breakfast, we will depart on another game drive. We will have a packed lunch with us and gradually make our way towards the Ngorongoro Conservation area, stopping along the way to explore various different areas. We will stop at Nabi Hill gate for our picnic lunch here you will be able to get impressive views of the surrounding Serengeti.
|Day 8: Lake Manyara||
Breakfast will be served before setting off on our game drive into the crater. a 600 metre decent will put us on the crater floor and this is where all the action happens. Approximately 25 000 large mammals live within the confines of the crater, they choose to live here because the conditions are so favorable. There is plenty of fresh water and grazing for the herbivores and plenty of meat for the carnivores so a drive in the crater is incredibly productive. Keep an eye out for some of the rarer species like Black Rhino and Cheetah.
|Day 9: Lake Manyara||
Again we will be doing morning and afternoon game drives in Lake Manyara National Park. Rated as one of the finest parks in Tanzania and famous for its tree climbing lions, Lake Manyara is almost certain to enthrall you. This afternoon we will do a cultural interaction at the little village of Mto wa Mbu and also view the great rift valley before returning to the lodge as night falls.
|Day 10: Amboseli National Park||
This morning we will set off towards the city of Arusha where we will have a picnic lunch before proceeding to the Kenya/Tanzania border and then to Amboseli national park. The view of Mt Kilimanjaro from Amboseli is quite awe inspiring. Kilimanjaro is the highest free standing mountain in the world and towers nearly 6 km above the plains of Amboseli. This area is also widely regarded as being one of the best places to see large elephant herds. Today will be a long day of travel and we will get to the lodge at dusk.
|Day 11: Amboseli National Park||
Morning and afternoon game drives will take us around this starkly beautiful park as we watch life on the Savannah unfold before our eyes. Having the backdrop of the mountain makes this an ideal photographic destination. As is tradition in Africa, the hottest part of the day will be spent relaxing around the pool or following the lions example and having a siesta in the comfort of your room.
|Day 12: Tour Ends||
Depending on your flight schedule, we may be able to have another drive in Amboseli before embarking on the journey back to Nairobi where the safari terminates.
|Meals:||11 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 10 dinners|
|Transport:||Airport Transfers & 4WD Safari with pop up roof|
|Guide:||Local English Speaking Driver / Guide|
|Entrance Fees & Touring:||Park Fees, Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary|
Luxury, Hwange, Falls & Chobe Experience
Each of our safari lodges and camps has been meticulously designed to offer all your home comforts with a splash of luxury and an exciting dash of unique. On top of this, our locations have been carefully selected for two vital reasons.
The local communities’ dedication to our conservation partnership and their proximity to some of nature’s most impressive wonders.
On this safari experience the famous Victoria Falls, the mighty Zambezi River and the game-rich game parks of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe and Chobe region in Botswana.
|Day 1: Australia – Johannesburg||
Depart Australia on flight to Johannesburg.
|Day 2: Johannesburg – Hwange National Park||
On arrival into Johannesburg connect with your flight to Victoria Falls. Met and transferred by road to Hwange National Park to Camelthorn Lodge for 3 night’s accommodation in a standard forest Villa on a full board basis, including game activities as available, including walks, drives, all day excursions and night drives, local beverages, park fees, service of a guide on safari and a visit to the local village and a tour of the village school.
|Day 3 & 4: Hwange National Park||
These days will be spent Game viewing in the Hwange National Park. Our friendly and knowledgeable guides will take you on walks or drives inside this truly wild and remote region of Hwange National Park, famous for its elephants, as well as a plethora of different wildlife.
|Day 5: Hwange National Park – Victoria Falls||
This morning, depart Hwange by road back to Victoria Falls. On arrival, transfer to the luxurious Zambezi Sands River Camp for 3 nights in a luxury tented suite on a full board basis, including all meals, local beverages, limited laundry, one free return shuttle transfer to Victoria Falls Town, game activities as available by vehicle, boats or on foot, the service of licensed guides on safari and national park fees.
|Day 6 & 7: Victoria Falls||
These days will be spent in Victoria Falls area – enjoying the many activities on offer. Zambezi Sands offers a wealth of picturesque game viewing opportunities – whether you chose to drive or walk – our experienced guides take great pleasure in introducing you to the camp’s pristine and tranquil surroundings.
|Day 8: Victoria Falls – Chobe National Park||
Morning road transfer to Chobe National Park for 4 night’s at Camp Kuzuma on a full board basis, including all meals, local beverages, laundry, scheduled activities (game drives/guided walks and night drives), transfers and park fees. Afternoon game drive in the reserve.
|Day 9, 10 & 11: Chobe National Park||
These days are spent on game activities in the reserve, including a Chobe River Cruise. Guests are able to experience wildlife on foot and on exciting drives by day and night. The night drives take place before dinner and give guests the opportunity to encounter nocturnal nightlife as well as the possibility of observing nocturnal hunters such as lion, leopard and hyena who hunt after sunset. These activities take place on the Kuzuma Reserve. During your stay we travel down the Chobe River for a day excursion on the river.
|Day 12: Chobe National Park – Johannesburg - Australia||
Morning at leisure before road transfer back to Kasane for your flight to Johannesburg and onward flight home.
|Meals:||10 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 10 dinners|
|Transport:||Airport transfers & 4WD Safari|
|Flights:||Flight Ticket: Australia / Johannesburg / Victoria Falls - Kasane / Johannesburg / Australia|
|Guide:||Local English Speaking Driver / Guide|
|Entrance Fees & Touring:||Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary|
Explore the sights of Cape Town; view the mighty Augrabies Falls and Fish River Canyon; search for wild animals of the Kgalagaladi and Etosha National Parks. Not least walk the highest sand dunes of the world in the Namib Desert.
You will meet the ancient Bushman and Himba tribes and relax along the Okavango and Chobe Rivers. Your tour ends with the unforgettable sight of Victoria Falls — experience this exciting route “Overlanding” in style!
|Day 1 & 2: Cape Town||
Set against the majestic Table Mountain, Cape Town offers scenic, historic and cultural attractions. This morning we will depart on an a full day peninsula tour. Weather permitting, we will take the cable car to the top of Table mountain before continuing on our route around this beautiful part of the world.
|Day 3: Calvinia||
This morning, we leave Cape Town and head North through breathtakingly beautiful scenery passing through Namaqualand which between the months of August to October, bursts with colour as the wild flowers bloom and arrive in the historic town of Calvinia.
|Day 4: Augrabies Falls National Park||
Leaving the Little Karoo, we head north into the Green Kalahari, named after the lush vegetation along the Orange River. Here the mighty Orange River plummets 56m into the gorge below to create the sixth largest waterfall in the world.
|Day 5: Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park||
We travel through Orange River wine country in the morning. As we make our way further into the dry interior we will see Sociable Weavers Nests in the Camel thorn acacia trees. These massive nests can house up to 300 birds and have even been known to break the very branches they are build on with their weight. Finally we will reach the Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park, approximately 3.6 million hectares, this is one of the biggest parks in Southern Africa and is jointly administered by South Africa and Botswana. Get a view of the stars through the mounted telescope on the lodge viewing deck.
|Day 6: Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park||
Today we will do morning and afternoon game drives in this fantastic Park. Thanks to the sparse vegetation, the area is excellent for seeing predators, including black mane Lion. Optional activities (at own expense) include sunset drives and Kalahari Nature walks. Guests will also get a chance to meet Bushman tribes in the area.
|Day 7: Fish River Canyon||
Leaving the Kalahari, we go west, crossing the border into Namibia. Namibia was a German colony until the end of the First World War when the League of Nations made South Africa its administrator – re-naming the country South West Africa, it was not until 1990 that Namibia finally regained its independence.
|Day 8: Fish River Canyon||
This morning you are free to relax around the pool then in the afternoon we visit the Fish River Canyon, second largest in the world and the largest in Africa. It is 160km long, 27km wide at its widest point and 550m deep in places.
|Day 9: Sesriem||
Our journey takes us north through ever-changing scenery right to the edge of the Namib Desert, where we will stay for the next two nights. The Namib is one of the oldest deserts in the world and in places, the dunes tower over 300 metres tall. This area has a stark beauty to it which will captivate you and stay in your memory for years to come.
|Day 10: Sesriem||
This morning we will have a very early departure, so that we enter the dune belt as the sun rises. The dunes change colour as the sun rises which makes for amazing photo opportunities. We will take a brisk 5 km walk into the dune belt to some of the highest dunes in the world. This area has an almost surreal atmosphere to it and it is often used in films and commercials because of its unique qualities.
|Day 11: Swakopmund||
Today we go through the Kuiseb canyon then on to Walvis Bay, where at certain times of the year one can view thousands of flamingos as they flock to the shallow waters of Walvis bay. The Walvis Bay wetlands – lagoon, mudflats and salt works – are the single most important coastal wetland for migratory birds in Southern Africa. The wetland sustains migrating species like Flamingos, Plover, Grebe and African Black Oyster catchers. We continue on to Swakopmund and settle in to our hotel.This Afternoon we will spend some time exploring this quaint little town.
|Day 12: Swakopmund||
Today we will continue to explore Swakopmund and you also have the opportunity to take part in some optional activities on offer. Activities include, balloon flights, fixed wing flights, helicopter flights, quad biking and sky diving.
|Day 13: Damaraland||
We leave the coast behind driving inland through Damaraland. This is the north-central Namibian home of the Damara people. The region is vast, with mountain ranges intercepted by wide gravel plains. Sandy, vegetated riverbeds alternate with hot, dry valleys. Lookout for rare desert elephants and rhino that occure in this region.
|Day 14: Etosha National Park||
This morning we visit the nomadic, pastoral, Himba people, who live in the region. Himba women are known for their beauty, intricate hairstyles and traditional dress. See daily life in a Himba village and discover why they rub their skin with red ochre. After our visit to the Himba people we proceed to Etosha National Park where we will experience our first game drive and to relax by the floodlit waterhole in the evening.
|Day 15: Etosha National Park||
Today we will do extensive drives through Etosha national park visiting the many waterholes which are a hive of activity throughout the day. The Park is one of the most important game sanctuaries in Africa, with thousands of wild animals, such as blue wildebeest, springbok, zebra, kudu, giraffe, cheetah, leopard, lion and elephant.
|Day 16: Okavango River||
Leaving Etosha, we enter the Caprivi Strip, between Botswana to the south, Angola and Zambia to the north, and the Okavango Region to the west. Our lodge is on the edge of the Okavango river.
|Day 17: Kwando River||
We continue through the to the Eastern side of the Caprivi Strip and arrive at our lodge overlooking the flood plains of the Kwando River. A lush area, teeming with wildlife and birdlife, offers a great opportunity for a late afternoon game drive (own account).
|Day 18: Chobe River||
We leave Namibia behind and cross into Botswana via the Chobe National Park. Our lodge for the night is one of the first lodges to be build in Botswana, build on the banks of the mighty Chobe River.
|Day 19: Chobe River||
An optional morning game drive can be arranged from the lodge into the Chobe National Park. Chobe is famous for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo but also features an abundance of other game. This afternoon we enjoy a sunset Game viewing boat cruise on the Chobe River.
|Day 20: Victoria Falls||
This morning we will make our way through the border between Botswana and Zimbabwe and then on to the small town of Victoria Falls. After we have checked in, the rest of the day will be at leisure to explore this wonderful place.
|Day 21: Victoria Falls||
Nothing compares to seeing the awesome power of ‘The Smoke that thunders” for the first time. This morning we will take a guided tour of the falls where there will be plenty of opportunities to see the Falls up close traversing the many walkways in and around the rain forest. Be sure to wear a raincoat in the wet season as the spray can drench you! Victoria Falls is also the “adventure capital” of Southern Africa and there are many optional activities on offer: Elephant back safaris, game drives in the nearby national park, scenic micro light or helicopter flights, and for the more adventurous, white water rafting and bungee jumping. Victoria Falls also has many markets to browse for African curios.
|Day 22: Victoria Falls||
After breakfast this morning, our safari will come to an end.
|Meals:||21 breakfasts, 12 dinners|
|Transport:||Transport in specially modified, comfortable vehicles|
|Guide:||Local English Speaking Driver / Guide|
|Entrance Fees & Touring:||Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary|