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South Africa and Zambia Multi Centre

South Africa is an extremely popular all year round destination and offers so many different options for travellers, that many people find themselves heading back to South Africa time and time again to experience something new. From the high end safari lodges in the Kruger National Park to the oyster capital that is Knysna, on the picturesque Garden Route and the cosmopolitan mother city of Cape Town, the choices are endless. After experiencing everything that South Africa has to offer, then we highly recommend extending your African Adventure and swapping the South African scenery for the adventures of Zambia. Known as the adventure capital of Africa, Zambia is home to the walking safari, helicopter and microlight flights above Victoria Falls, white water rafting and more.

15 days
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Trip highlights

  • The world famous Kruger National Park
  • The Garden Route
  • Cape Town and the Cape Winelands
  • Victoria Falls
  • World class safari in the Kafue National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park

There's nothing better than a tailor-made trip around South Africa and for those that are happy to self-drive we highly recommend doing that for parts of the itinerary. Start your your stay spending three nights in one of many luxurious lodges that are scattered throughout the different concessions that make up the Kruger National Park. Here you will hopefully have the chance to see a whole array of wildlife including the Big Five whilst out on game drives or bush walks. After three nights in the bush, we would suggest flying to Port Elizabeth which is at one end of the famous Garden Route. We recommend picking up a hire car and spending at least five nights leisurely driving through one of the world's most popular self-drive routes. Stop off at Plettenberg Bay, Knysna, the Tsitsikamma Forest, George, Oudtshoorn, and Hermanus to name a few, before driving into Cape Town. Cape Town offers something for everyone and attracts a complete mixture of people. We suggest spending at least three nights here and recommend taking a table car up Table Mountain for amazing views over the city, shopping and eating on the Victoria and Alfred waterfront and visiting the penguins that inhabit Boulders Beach.

Zambia is the real Africa in all its wild glory. Amazing world class game viewing in expansive national parks, the spectacular Victoria Falls, the world famous Devil's Pool, the South Luangwa National Park and the birthplace of the walking safari. Fish or white water raft on the mighty Zambezi River, or watch flocks of birds over the plains. One of the best countries on the planet for adrenaline sports, bungee jumping, microlight flights and rope swings are all in a days work in Zambia. We recommend spending atleast three nights here.