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Kenya to Cape Town

Kenya to Cape Town

Travel from Kenya to Cape Town through some of Africa’s most incredible sights on this jaw-dropping 48-day overland journey. Explore Kenya’s bustling capital, keep your eyes open for the Big Five in the vast savannas of the Serengeti, hike through lush mountain terrain and traverse sprawling desert plainsin Namibia. Sample unique flavours, meet warm and welcoming local communities, relax beachside in Zanzibar, and prepare for an unforgettable southbound adventure through some of Africa’s best.

Activities

  • Ngorongoro Crater – 4×4 Game Drive
  • Serengeti National Park – 4×4 Game Drive
  • Serengeti National Park – 4×4 Game Drive
  • Serengeti National Park – 4×4 Game Drive
  • Mto Wa Mbu – Village walk & local dinner
  • Irente – Lushoto hike
  • Irente – Local lunch
  • Mikumi National Park – 4×4 Game Drive
  • South Luangwa National Park – 4×4 Dawn Game Drive
  • South Luangwa National Park – 4×4 Afternoon Game Drive
  • South Luangwa – Jewellery workshop Project
  • Masvingo – Great Zimbabwe Ruins guided visit
  • Victoria Falls – Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust Visit
  • Chobe National Park – Dawn Open 4×4 Game Drive
  • Okavango Delta – Mokoro safari
  • Okavango Delta – Nature Walk
  • Grootfontein – San Bushman cultural experience
  • Etosha National Park – Overland Vehicle Game Drive
  • Cape Cross Nature Reserve – Cape Cross seal colony
  • Sossusvlei – 4×4 Tour
  • Sesriem – Sand dunes visit
  • Fish River Canyon – Canyon entrance

Highlights

  • Glide through the lily-filled waterways of the Okavango Delta on a mokoro (a small dugout canoe) and escape civilisation with an overnight stay at your island camp.
  • Be mesmerised by the staggering force and beauty of Victoria Falls, and experience firsthand why it’s known as the ‘smoke that thunders’ – a natural wonder that must be seen to be believed.
  • Chill out on the northern beaches of Zanzibar, enjoying white sands and the sparkling blue of the Indian Ocean, and consider learning about the island’s spice trade on a guided visit to the local plantations.
  • Listen to the songs and stories of Namibia’s San people, the oldest inhabitants of southern Africa, and gain an insight into their traditional customs and beliefs.
  • Discover the magic of South Luangwa National Park on a dawn and afternoon 4×4 safari game drive. This park is a highly concentrated arena of noble African beasts and exotic wildflowers.

07/02/2023 through 11/28/2024
07/02/2023 through 12/01/2024

Day 1 Nairobi
Day 2 Mto wa Mbu
Day 3 Ngorongoro Crater / Serengeti National Park
Day 4 Serengeti National Park
Day 5 Serengeti National Park / Mto wa Mbu
Day 6 Usambara Mountains
Day 7 Usambara Mountains
Day 8 Dar es Salaam
Day 9 Stone Town
Day 10 Zanzibar Northern Beaches
Day 11 Zanzibar Northern Beaches
Day 12 Stone Town
Day 13 Mikumi National Park
Day 14 Iringa
Day 15 Chitimba
Day 16 Lake Malawi
Day 17 Lake Malawi
Day 18 South Luangwa National Park
Day 19 South Luangwa National Park
Day 20 Petauke
Day 21 Lusaka
Day 22 Harare
Day 23 Great Zimbabwe Ruins / Masvingo
Day 24 Bulawayo
Day 25 Bulawayo
Day 26 Victoria Falls
Day 27 Victoria Falls
Day 28 Victoria Falls
Day 29 Chobe National Park
Day 30 Chobe National Park
Day 31 Bagani
Day 32 Okavango Delta
Day 33 Okavango Delta
Day 34 Bagani
Day 35 Grootfontein
Day 36 Grootfontein/San people
Day 37 Etosha National Park
Day 38 Etosha National Park
Day 39 Spitzkoppe
Day 40 Swakopmund
Day 41 Swakopmund
Day 42 Swakopmund
Day 43 Sesriem
Day 44 Sossusvlei/Konkiep River
Day 45 Fish River Canyon
Day 46 Orange River
Day 47 Western Cape
Day 48 Cape Town

Bulawayo

Located in southern Zimbabwe, it is the countries second largest city and an important industrial center.

Dar Es Salaam

The capital, largest city (1.4 million) and industrial port of the country, it was founded in 1862 by the Sultan of Zanzibar (lies off the coast). It was the capital of the German East Africa Company from 1891 – 1916.

Harare

The capital of Zimbabwe, it was originally called Salisbury after the then British Prime Minister. Name was changed in
1980 upon independence for Chief Neharawe who was the local ruler of the area in 1890 when the British South Africa Company arrived. Harare is now the center of industry and commerce for the country with a population over 680,000.

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