Cape Town to Victoria Falls Comfort (22 Days)

Currency estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)



Accommodated Lodges Small Group


R63,000 R61,425

+ Local Payment 3000

+ Single Supplement USD 700

Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced USD 4550 Low Season (Jan - Mar) | USD 4675 Mid Season (Apr - Jun, Nov - Dec) | USD 4800 High Season (Jul - Oct) View 2019 Rates | View 2020 rates  . Currency fluctuations may occur


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  • Starts: Cape Town
  • Ends: Victoria Falls

Countries Visited

South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe

Why You'll Love this Tour

This is a great Cape Town to Victoria Falls Accommodated trip staying in lovely lodges and hotels while seeing the Kalahari and the Namib deserts. One of the unique parts to the trip is the route. As well as travelling to all the highlights of Namibia and Botswana and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Kalahari Desert, you get to travel to the great city of Cape Town.  

Tour Style Accommodated Lodges Small Group
Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe
Starts Cape Town
Ends Victoria Falls
Group Size Min 4 Max 16
Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
Length 22 days
Tour SKU ACS1009

Tour Price

Currency conversion estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)


R63,000 R61,425

+ Local Payment 3000

+ Single Supplement USD 700

Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced at USD 4550 Low Season (Jan - Mar) | USD 4675 Mid Season (Apr - Jun, Nov - Dec) | USD 4800 High Season (Jul - Oct) View 2019 Rates | View 2020 rates  . Currency fluctuations may occur

Tour Reviews

Review by Don and Lori:

We had an incredible trip. An experience of a lifetime.

I really enjoyed hiking in the Namibian Desert and any opportunity to talk to ordinary people.

After our time in the interior, Cape Town was an assault on the senses. I wasn’t impressed with the V&A. But, our time with Clive was excellent. He was courteous, professional, and took the time to understand our needs.

It has been years since we travelled with young children, but what a great way to expose them to a world of possibilities and teach them how lucky we are.




Dates Tour Length: 22 days

Currency estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)

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  • All Breakfasts included, 13 Dinner meals included, all lunches at own expense
  • Itinerary as specified, highlighted text is also included, fully equipped safari vehicle, services of tour leader and camp courier, all accommodation, all catering equipment and scheduled National Park entrance fees.
  • 21 Nights Lodge, Chalet and small hotel with en suite facilities
  • Meals not shown will be to the clients account. Occasionally breakfast and lunch may be combined into a brunch where necessary e.g. mornings with early game drives.


  • Flights, airport taxes, visa costs, optional excursions, drinks, mineral water, gratuities and personal expenses
  • All Lunches own expense


Some of the activities you can take part in on this tour.

  • As per itinerary

Other Activities

  • Visit to Boulder's Penguin Colony
  • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
  • Robben Island
  • V & A Waterfront
  • Cape Winelands Tour
  • Night time game drives
  • Kalahari Nature Walk
  • Namib Sky Balloon Safari
  • Scenic desert flights
  • Walvis Bay Dolphin and Seal Cruise
  • Boat Cruises
  • Elephant back safaris
  • White water rafting


Day 1 – 2: Cape Town, South Africa

Day 1 has a pre-departure meeting at 18h00 at the hotel in Cape Town. Situated against the iconic Table Mountain which was chosen as one of the New 7 Natural Wonders of the World.

Departing on Day 2 from the Breakwater Lodge at around 08h00 we take a winding route of the gleaming peninsula. Your tour of the peninsula takes you along the Atlantic coastline via Hout Bay and Chapman’s Peak to the Table Mountain National Park (Cape Point) – a National World Heritage Site. Here, you will have the chance to explore Cape Point before we return along the Indian Ocean coastline to the Waterfront Hotel. Then you can look forward to a morning or afternoon cable car ride up Table Mountain (weather dependent). Dinner this evening will be at your own expense at one of the wonderful V&A Waterfront restaurants.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Breakwater Lodge (or similar accommodation)

Day 3: Calvinia, Northern Cape

Leaving Cape Town, we make our way through the Namaqualand region where we will take in the beautiful surrounds of Van Ryns Pass. The historic surrounds of the town of Calvinia is our first stop. The town is situated on the foot of the Hantam Mountain range. If you travel during the months of August to October you will witness an explosion of colour from the wild flowers of this region.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner own expense
AccommodationHantam Huis (or similar accommodation)
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Day 4: Augrabies Falls National Park, Northern Cape

Departing from the Little Karoo we make our way north into the Augrabies National Park passing through and area that is abundant with wine farms. The mighty Orange River flows 56 metres to the deep gorge below and the locals call it ‘Aukoerebis’ or ‘place of great noise’. The afternoon is spent at your leisure enjoying these great falls.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner own expense
AccommodationVergelegen Guest House (or similar accommodation)
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Day 5 – 6: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namibia

We make our way north into the Kalahari and the incredible Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Spreading over 3.6 million hectares, this is one of the biggest reserves in Africa. Because of the minimal plant life in the region, spectacular predator sightings are frequent here, including that of the renowned black mane lion. We embark on a game drive to our lodge.

At our accommodation, you can discover the real gems of the Kalahari through Optional Activities such as a sunset pan drive or a Kalahari nature walk. Our nights are spent admiring the star-studded African sky by means of a telescope available on the viewing deck of our lodge.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Kgalagadi Lodge (or similar accommodation)
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Day 7: Fish River Canyon, Namibia

Departing the Kalahari area we make our way west, across the border into Namibia to our beautifully located lodge. In the afternoon or early next morning we visit the glorious Fish River Canyon.The Fish River is the longest interior river in Namibia and runs sporadically, typically flooding in the late summer.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Canyon Village (or similar accommodation)

The next morning we have time to unwind, and at midday we pay a visit to the incredible Fish River Canyon, the second biggest in the world and biggest in Africa. It is 160 kilometres in length, 27 kilometres in width and reaches depths of up to 550 metres. The Fish River is the longest interior river in Namibia and runs sporadically, typically flooding in the late summer.

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Days 8 – 9: Sesriem, Namibia

Our travels carry us northward through changing surroundings to our lodging situated on the Namib Desert edge, thought by plenty of geologists to be one of the oldest deserts in the world. The next morning is an early start that takes us 55 kilometres through the dune belt whilst the sun rises above us. The spectacular transforming colours make for incredible photographic opportunities. We embark on a 5 kilometre trek to Sossusvlei and Deadvlei. The name Sossusvlei is of mixed origins and basically means ‘dead end marsh’. Sossusvlei gained this name due to the fact that it is a drainage basin without outflows for the ephemeral Tsauchab River. The pan holds rainwater to create a lake and because of the mass amounts of clay in the ground, water is retained for ages at a time.

Deadvlei is yet another clay pan, located approximately 2 kilometres from Sossusvlei. A distinctive characteristic of Deadvlei is that it was once an oasis with a couple of acacia trees. The pan is therefore peppered with blackened, dead acacia trees which are in stark contrast to the glimmering white of the salty pan floor as well as the vivid orange hues of the dunes. This forms an intriguing and captivating landscape that appears in countless photographs and that has been utilised as a location for films and videos.

In the afternoon we embark on a brief trek through the Sesriem Canyon, which is a natural canyon formed by the Tsauchab River in the local sedimentary rock, around a kilometre long and up to 30 metres in depth. A section of the canyon always holds water, which various animals make use of.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Desert Quiver Camp (or similar accommodation)
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Days 10 – 11: Swakopmund, Namibia

Today we journey to Walvis Bay to see the incredible gathering of flamingos. The wetlands of Walvis Bay include lagoons, mudflats, shoreline and salt works, which make up the single most significant coastal wetland in southern Africa for travelling birds. The wetland acts as a dry-season haven for migrating animals such as the Greater and Lesser flamingos, Plover, Grebe and African Black Oystercatcher.

We then reach Swakopmund in the afternoon, a charming coastal town with dominant German influence and with majority of its population German-speaking. Established in 1892 as the primary harbour for German South-West Africa, Swakopmund is German for ‘mout of the swakop’ as it is located at the Swakop River mouth. Our afternoon, as well as the next day, is spent exploring this beautiful town or participating in the myriad of Optional Activities available here, such as dolphin cruises or scenic flights over the enormous Namib Desert.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: The Delight (or similar accommodation)
22 Day Cape Town to Victoria Falls - The Delight-Swakopmund

Day 12: Damaraland, Namibia

We depart from the coast today and make our way inland, through the Damaraland area. The name ‘Damaraland’ was given to the north-central portion of Namibia and inhabited by the Damara people, an ethnic group that forms 8.5% of the population in Namibia. The area is an enormous and jagged landscape with mountain ranges interrupted by broad gravel plains which transform into sandy, vegetated riverbeds and hot, arid valleys.

Our lodge is located on a mountain summit that gives incredible vistas of the encircling regions. Spend your afternoon basking in the glory of our surroundings, or just unwind next to the pool.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Ugab Terrace Lodge (or similar accommodation)
22 Day Cape Town to Victoria Falls - Ugab_terrace_lodge

Day 13: Etosha National Park, Namibia

We continue on to Etosha National Park where we embark on our first game drive and unwind by the floodlit waterhole in the night. This salt pan is so large that it can be seen from space! An abundance of wildlife reside in this area, especially around the waterholes and you can take an optional game drive to view the animals drinking.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Okakeujo Restcamp inside Etosha National Park (or similar accommodation)

2020 Itinerary Change:

Evening game drive included from the lodge.

Accommodation: Okakeujo Restcamp outside Etosha National Park (or similar accommodation

Day 14: Etosha National Park, Namibia

In 1907, when Namibia was referred to as ‘South West Africa’, the Park’s initial 100,000 square kilometres made it the world’s biggest game reserve. The Park is one of the most crucial reserves and game havens in Africa, and is home to countless wildlife including the likes of blue wildebeest, springbok, zebra, kudu, giraffe, cheetah, leopard, lion and elephant. Our day is spent game driving through the reserve from west to east.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Mokuti Lodge (or similar accommodation)

Day 15: Okavango River, Namibia

Departing from Etosha we make our way into the Caprivi where we overnight amongst the trees and foliage of this region. The Caprivi Strip is a thin protrusion of Namibia in the east that is around 450 kilometres long, between Botswana in the south, Angola and Zambia in the north, and the Okavango area to the west.

In the afternoon you can partake in an optional boat cruise along the sparkling Okavango River. It is the fourth longest river network in southern Africa, flowing south-eastward for about 1,600 kilometres. It starts in Angola, where it is called the Cubango River. Further south it creates part of the border that divides Angola and Namibia, and then runs into Botswana, emptying into the Moremi Game Reserve.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Accommodation: Hakusembe Safari Lodge (or similar accommodation)
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Days 16 – 17: Okavango Delta, Botswana

We continue to the Caprivi and cross over into Botswana in our safari vehicle to the edge of the Okavango Delta. We are then transferred on a 2-3 hour boat cruise to Pepere island in the Delta. On Day 17 we glide along the waters on mokoros and take a few game walks.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Accommodation: Pepere Island – Accommodated in meru style tents with en suite facilities (or similar accommodation)

Day 18: Kwando River, Namibia

Leaving the Delta behind, we make our way back to our vehicle and travel to the Eastern side of the Caprivi Strip we arrive at our lodge that overlooks the flood plains of the Kwando River. You have the option of going on a game drive to see the prolific bird and wildlife of the area. (own expense)

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Namushasha River Lodge (or similar accommodation)

Day 19 – 20: Chobe River, Botswana

Today we cross over into Botswana through the Chobe National Park and spend the night on the banks of the river. Spend time admiring the stunning landscape and wildlife of this region. You can look forward to a sunset game-viewing cruise on the sparkling waters. In the morning you can choose to take a morning game drive (own expense).

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Accommodation: Chobe Safari Lodge (or similar accommodation)

Day 21: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, more famously known as Victoria Falls, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Park spreads over 66 kilometres from the Songwe Gorge beneath the Falls in a northwest arc along approximately 20 kilometres of the banks of the Zambian River. We will cross the Zimbabwean border to the Falls.

There are plenty of optional activities available including elephant-back safaris, picturesque microlight/helicopter flights, white water rafting or bungee jumping from a spectacular height of 111 metres. A visit to the Falls will be at your own expense, as well as dinner this evening.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Cresta Sprayview Hotel  (or similar accommodation)

Day 22: Tour Ends

The tour winds to an end after breakfast.

Onward Travel Plans

Due to on the road variable beyond our control (such as border crossings, traffic, delays, etc) on the tours. The end time on the last day can’t be guaranteed and therefore we strongly recommend you stay the night and fly out the next day. Please consult with your booking consultant.

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