Groups and Clubs Safari - Itinerary
Live Africa tailor makes group experiences based on group dynamics, whether it is a club, corporate group or family reunion.
Upon arrival at Cape Town International Airport you will be met by a Live Africa guide and assisted with your luggage. Your private transfer will escort you to The Table Bay Hotel where you will be greeted by a Live Africa Representative and welcomed with refreshments while you are assisted with your check in procedures.
The Table Bay Hotel is located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the hub of one of the world’s most picturesque working harbors. It boasts magnificent views over the bay to famous Robben Island, and inwards to the city and the iconic outline of Table Mountain. The hotel is within walking distance of Cape Town’s city center and numerous cultural and historical landmarks.
Your personal guide will accompany you at all times during your stay in Cape Town.
Today you will enjoy a full day tour of Table Mountain including a visit to Robben Island,
- No visit to Cape Town would be complete without a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain (weather permitting), from where you will have a true reflection of the beauty of the Cape Peninsula and the Mother City at your feet. Table Mountain with its dramatic setting watching over the city is a proclaimed World Heritage Site and a world famous landmark.
- Robben Island is a remarkable outpost that serves as a whaling station, a leper post, a military base, and most infamously, the political prison that housed Nelson Mandela and other freedom fighters.
Dinner tonight will be enjoyed with a local family or at a world class restaurant of your own choosing. Your guide will once again accompany you to additional insights.
Today you will get to experience a Full Day Peninsula Tour where you will get to see the meeting of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Lunch at the Black Marlin
- Nestled on one of the most scenic coastlines in the Cape, just outside of Simon's Town and en-route to Cape Point is the Black Marlin Restaurant. This historical building, once a whaling station, ensures the perfect setting for an idyllic lunch or evening experience. During "whale season", our guests often enjoy their meal whilst watching whales sidling along the coastline. Established as a restaurant since the mid 1960's, the Black Marlin has earned a reputation for its stunning seafood, award-winning wine list, attentive service and incredible views.
- Home to the colony of African Penguins which settled there in 1982. One pair of penguins has now grown to about 3000.
After a leisurely Breakfast at hotel, you will enjoy a Full Day Cape Wine lands Tour where you will experience some of South Africa’s best wineries. Later on, Lunch will be served at Spier Wine Estates.
Spier, in the heart of South Africa's Cape Winelands, is a place of hope that delivers experiences that rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
The fabric of Spier's rich history was created out of a journey that began in 1692 and has been embroidered for over three centuries. The original Manor House and slave bell, as well as the oldest dated wine cellar in South Africa, have been impeccably restored for future generations to stay in touch with the past.
Art, culture, wine, food, nature and conservation – these are the pillars of the Spier experiences and all are manifest on the estate, giving guests the opportunity to see, smell, hear, feel and taste for themselves the variety of unexpected encounters available at Spier.
Situated in the heart of South Africa's wine country, Spier's Wines are core to the business. Spier Wines has produced award-winning wines that have won global recognition.
At Spier, guests and visitors can experience the art of fine wine through tasting opportunities.
A fine collection of African art has been deployed throughout the estate. It draws our guests into exploring the vibrancy, energy and life of the diverse heritage of the Cape and the African continent, embodying multiple cultures and traditions. Visitors can absorb the power of this collection with ease as they stroll around Spier.
After Lunch, the children will be able to participate in the Eagle Outreach and Cheetah Encounter programs.
Spier has made land available to a group of hand-raised cheetahs in the care of the Cheetah Outreach Programme. Learn more about these incredible cats from a distance, or get up close and personal and even step inside an enclosure. Entrance donations help fund the Cheetah Outreach Programme.
Spier is home to Eagle Encounters Raptor Rehabilitation Centre. Founded in December 2001 by Hank and Tracy Chalmers, Eagle Encounters is a bird of prey rehabilitation, education, conservation and eco-tourism centre. As a self-funded, non-profit establishment, Eagle Encounters relies on the income generated by tourism to drive the numerous programmes it offers.
Tonight you will enjoy a guided Dinner at a local award winning restaurant.
After a leisurely breakfast at the Hotel, you will be escorted to the Cape Town International Airport where you will be assisted with your luggage and check in procedures. Relax on your scheduled flight from Cape Town to Johannesburg. Upon arrival in Johannesburg, you will be met by a Live Africa representative who will help with your luggage and transfer you to the D’Oreale Grand Hotel. This afternoon, you will enjoy a Shopping Excursion in Johannesburg. Dinner tonight is at the amazing Brown’s Restaurant.
Today you will journey to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World -Victoria Falls. After a leisurely breakfast at the Hotel, you will be escorted to the OR Tambo International Airport. Upon arrival into Livingstone Airport guests will be met by a Live Africa representative and transferred via road to the Royal Livingstone Hotel.
- The Royal Livingstone in Zambia lies in the forested banks of the Zambezi River and is Sun International newest hotel. A stone’s throw away from the mighty Victoria Falls, the Royal Livingstone overlooks the smooth waters just before it plunges over the legendary waterfall creating a permanent water spray. As you sit on the sundeck overlooking the forest and the Zambezi, rainbows fill the air creating an enchanting atmosphere. The hotel has already been named as one of the 'Leading Hotels in the World' for its exceptional levels of service, fine dining, comfort and hospitality. Large, shaded and spacious verandas fall within the colonial style architecture of the Royal Livingstone. The bedrooms are located in two-story clusters and are luxurious and spacious. Each cluster has 10 en-suite bedrooms, each with their own private terrace and five-star amenities
On arrival into the Royal Livingstone Hotel you will be greeted and welcome drinks will be available to you. You will then be assisted to your rooms upon Check in of the hotel. Lunch can be enjoyed at the Hotel on the Terrace. This afternoon you will participate in a walking Tour of Victoria Falls, where you will have many opportunities for amazing pictures! Later dinner will be served in the David Livingstone room at the hotel.
The Victoria Falls offer an inescapable closeness to the natural elements. The towering column of spray when the river is high, the thunder of the falling water, the terrifying abyss that separates Zimbabwe from Zambia, the forest - lined, placid, tranquil lagoons upstream in which hippo and deadly crocodiles lurk.
David Livingstone reported the existence of the fall to the outside world in 1860. The result was immediate and from that point, the number of foreign visitors rose steadily. People walked, rode on horseback or traveled by ox - wagon from the Transvaal along what was then called the Hunters Road (now the border between Botswana and Zimbabwe) and on reaching George Westbeech's store at Pandamatenga left their animals there, safe from the lethal bite of the tsetse fly, and walked the remaining 80 kilometers, due north to the Falls.
Today you will enjoy an array of activities that you have preselected:
- Elephant Back Safari
- Helicopter Tour over Victoria Falls
- Canoe Safari on the Zambezi River
- Jet Boat Extreme
- Quad Biking Excursion
- Microflight Experience
Today you will enjoy an array of activities that you have preselected:
- Cultural Village Tour
- Gorge Swing
- Flying Fox
- Bungee Jumping
- Tiger Fishing
- White Water Rafting
This morning you will be transferred to the jetty to enjoy a morning breakfast cruise on the Zambezi River.
The sunrise cruise promises not only the early morning yawn of the hippo, the cry of the fish eagle and the reflections on still water, but a sumptuous breakfast fit for royalty. Our breakfast cruises are by pre-arrangement only and require a minimum of 20 guests. Transfers leave at 08h00. Cruise departs 08h30 from the Royal Landing. Cruise duration is 2 hours. Return to the hotel at ± 10h30.
After being assisted with checkout, a Live Africa representative will transfer you to the Livingstone Airport. A Scheduled flight to Johannesburg has been arranged for your trip. Upon arrival at OR Tambo International Airport, you will be met by a Live Africa representative who will assist you with your transfer to The D’Oreale Grand Hotel. Dinner has been arranged at local, world class Restaurant.
After a leisurely breakfast at the Hotel you will be escorted to the OR Tambo International Airport for your Private charter flight to Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge. Upon arrival at the Sabi Sabi landing strip, you will be met by a Live Africa representative and a representative from Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge to assist you with your transfer to the Lodge. After check in and freshening up, you will meet for high tea on the deck. Departure for evening game drive is around 3:30. Be prepared to spot the Big Five – rhino, hippo, lion, leopard, and buffalo. The cats are much more active at night, so don’t be startled if you see one a few feet from the game vehicle. Upon your return to the lodge, dinner will be served.
You will be awakened for your early morning game drive. Prior to your departure, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a pastry and a warm cup of coffee. Be prepared to spot a pride of lions, a herd of buffalo, or a solitary leopard in a tree on your morning game drive. Upon your return, a scrumptious brunch buffet will be served. There will be various guest activities to participate in between game drives. This afternoon, enjoy a quick dip in the pool or rest up for your evening game drive. As the sun sets, the animals become more active. Perhaps you will witness a leopard stalking its prey. Dinner will be served upon your return to the lodge.
On the last day of your journey, you will receive an early morning wake up call for your morning game drive. Brunch will be served on the deck upon your return. A Live Africa representative will assist with check out procedures and a representative from the lodge will assist with your transfer to Sabi Sabi Airstrip. A Chartered Flight has been arranged for your return back to Johannesburg. On arrival at the Hanger you will be assisted by a Live Africa representative for your transfer to the International Departures at OR Tambo Airport.
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