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36 Day Cape Town to Zanzibar Northern Route Tour

This Northern Route Cape Town to Zanzibar tour travels through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi and ends in Tanzania.

Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

10% discount for ISIC cardholders

R27,195 R24,475

Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

+ Local Payment USD 880


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Tour Style Camping
Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania
Starts Cape Town
Ends Dar es Salaam
Group Size Max 28 - 30
Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
 

 

36 Day Cape Town to Zanzibar Northern Route Tour Tour Overview

Departing from Cape Town
Ends in
Dar es Salaam

Beginning in Cape Town, this trip travels north through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi before ending in Dar es Salaam,Tanzania. We depart from Cape Town in the early hours of the morning, so if you wish to have a chance to explore Cape Town, an earlier arrival should be planned.

Highlights

 

Included

  • Meals as indicated on the itinerary
  • Accommodation
  • Registered guides
  • Transport per itinerary
  • Township Tour
  • Orange River
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Namib Nauklift National Park
  • Sossusvlei
  • Swakopmund
  • Spitzkoppe
  • Etosha National Park
  • Chobe Overnight Excursion
  • South Luangwa National Park
  • Lake Malawi
  • Dar Es Salaam
  • Zanzibar Ferry

Excluded

  • International Flights
  • Airport Departure Taxes
  • Departure Transfer
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Personal spending money
  • Visas
  • Border taxes
  • Passports
  • Vaccinations
  • Personal taxes (including departure and border taxes)
  • All optional activities
  • Unscheduled or optional national / game parks and other activities
  • Gratuities
  • Sleeping bag if needed
  • Pillows
  • Restaurant meals (other than those listed)
  • All drinks
  • Tips
  • Laundry
  • Personal Items

SKU: CAM0922
 

36 Day Cape Town to Zanzibar Northern Route Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Cape Town – Cederberg, South Africa

Departing from Cape Town on Day 1, we make our way around Table Bay and head north, crossing the Piekenierskloof Pass into the lavish fruit growing area located along the Olifants River. Olifants River got its name due to the massive herds of elephant that once wandered freely throughout this luscious valley. We spend our first night in a scenic campsite that provides us with beautiful views of the neighbouring wine farms. During the afternoon, we take a stroll through the fertile vineyards to explore the incredible views of the Cederberg Mountains, following which we are given the chance to do some delicious wine tasting. We spend our first night camping beneath the star-speckled African sky.

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Cape Town Township Tour, Wine tasting at campsite

Day 2

Cederberg – Orange (Gariep) River, South Africa

Today we continue our journey north, heading through the area known as Namaqualand, renowned for its abundance of Namaqua wildflowers that bloom every spring. We stop to gather supplies in Springbok, a small mining town, only to resume our drive through the desert area of the Richtersveld toward the Orange River, which acts as a natural divider between South Africa and Namibia. We reside here tonight at a stunning campsite on the banks of the South African side of the river.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3

Orange River – Fish River Canyon, South Africa

This morning we are given the option of a half-day canoe outing on the sparkling waters of the Orange River that provides us with a chance do some bird spotting or to simply enjoy a relaxing paddle whilst soaking in the picturesque surroundings. Following a delicious afternoon meal, we cross into Namibia where shortly after, we arrive in Fish River Canyon. This canyon is known as the second biggest in the world, at 161 kilometres long, 27 kilometres wide and approximately 550 metres deep. The outer part of the canyon was created by tectonic shifts whilst the inner portion was formed by erosion. There is a driving route that follows the eastern rim, allowing us entry to numerous view points from where we can be witness to the magnificent landscape below as well as breathtaking sunsets.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Canoeing on the Gariep River,  A visit to the Fish River Canyon

Orange River

Day 4

Fish River Canyon – Sesriem, Namibia

Waking early, we make our way north in order to enter the Namib-Naukluft Desert which is one of the oldest in the world. We camp at Sesriem, a short while away from Sossusvlei – a salt and clay pan enclosed by an undulating ocean of sand dunes that are renowned as some of the highest in the world, peaking at the Big Daddy dune which is 380 metres high! Exquisite desert views can be seen from the tops of these incredible dunes. Be sure to take a look at the stars tonight, because this desert sky gives a special performance that can’t be seen anywhere else in the world.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Namib Naukluft National Park

Day 5

Sesriem, Namibia

Today we enter the Namib-Naukluft National Park where our morning is spent exploring our amazing surroundings. Here, you will be able to climb the famous Dune 45. Today you will have the opportunity to catch a desert shuttle 5 kilometres into the desert, where you are able to take a stroll to Sossusvlei and explore the area. There will also be a guided walk available for you at an added fee.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Climbing Dune 45 , A Visit to Sossusvlei

 

Day 6

Sesriem – Swakopmund, Namibia

Following our breakfast, we make our way northeast to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean at Walvis Bay. Our journey leads us through the Tropic of Capricorn – the invisible line that marks the southernmost point of direct sun and indicates the southern hemisphere’s mid-summers day. We continue along the coast of Walvis Bay for approximately 35 kilometres to reach Namibia’s main holiday resort, Swakopmund, where we spend two relaxing evenings in the calming surrounds. Our lodging for the next two evenings is in dormitories where you will have the option of upgrading to private rooms. These can be booked through your tour leader, however, keep in mind that they are subject to availability.

Meals Included:Breakfast

Day 7

Swakopmund, Namibia

The colonial influence of the Germans who founded Swakopmund in 1982 is still visible today. With a wide selection of charming coffee shops, restaurants and bars, as well as various arts and crafts stores selling Namibian curios, Swakopmund is a lovely place to visit and explore. The city also offers a handful of wonderful beaches as well as a fantastic museum, aquarium and several galleries. The golden beaches and seaside promenade make for a tranquil and refreshing walk, though the ocean waters might be a bit too cold to swim in. Some of our tour group may be leaving us in Swakopmund, but will have their places taken by new adventurers ready and excited to join us for the remainder of our journey.

Meals Included:Breakfast

Optional Activities: Sky diving, quad biking, sand boarding, scenic desert flights, dolphin cruises, fishing trips, golf, horse riding and more. An activity briefing will be held on arrival in Swakopmund.

Tours to Swakopmund

Day 8

Swakopmund to Brandberg, Namibia

This morning we depart bright and early on our way to Brandberg (through Spitzkoppe). Spitzkoppe is famous for its 1728 m rock formation and sacred site of the ancient San tribe. Explore the surroundings and its San rock painters or simply relax in the beauty.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Visiting Spitzkoppe (Day trip)

Day 9

Brandberg to Etosha National Park, Namibia

We head further north through the Namibian countryside to the surrounding  areas of the Etosha National Park.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10

Etosha National Park, Namibia

We head to the area of Etosha National Park. Covering 22 700 km2 , Etosha is Namibia’s most famous wilderness and wildlife reserve. After lunch, we spend the remainder of the day exploring the park’s southern area. Tonight’s camp is situated just outside the parks boundaries, only 10kms from Anderson Gate. Perhaps a quick dip in the pool or a sun downer on the deck before dinner.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Optional Activity: Game Drive

Day 11

Etosha National Park, Namibia

This reserve covers an enormous portion of Namibia and is located in the Etosha Pan. This park has an enormously diverse range of animals and birdlife, as well as a broad network of dirt roads that give us a chance to enter even the most secluded park areas.

After a full day of game viewing, we spend the evening relaxing at our camp in the north of the park, Namutoni. After dinner walk down to the waterhole where you can sit and observe the animals that come down in the evenings.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Game Drive

Optional Activities: Night Game Drive

Etosha

Day 12

Etosha National Park – Windhoek, Namibia

We head out of the Etosha National Park  while doing a game drive. Today’s drive takes us down to Windhoek which is a small capital city but has many places of historical interest. This afternoon is spent at your leisure with time to visit the local museum or haggling at the street side markets.

Optional Dinner at Joe’s Beer house

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch

 

Day 13

Windhoek – Ghanzi, Botswana

Leaving Namibia behind us in the morning, we make our way to the beautiful Botswana. Ghanzi is a town in the middle of the Kalahari Desert offering a number of optional activities to partake in.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14

Ghanzi – Maun, Botswana

Maun is the starting point for travel into the Okavango Delta and it is from here that we set off to explore the Okavango Delta. Tonight we prepare and packs for our overnight night excursion. We recommend bringing along a smaller daypack on your trip as this can be used to pack the supplies needed for this short excursion. Your guide will brief you on what is needed and what to expect prior to your trip to the Delta.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15

Maun – Okavango Delta, Botswana

Today you have the opportunity to partake in the overnight excursion into the Delta. Rising early, we pack our expedition vehicle and from Maun we drive north for a few hours to reach the mokoro poler’s station. The Delta region is studded with many local villages where many families live in a traditional way. Some of the villages are very remote and can only be reached by the traditional mode of transport – the Mokoro. Mokoros are dugout canoes manoeuvred through the waterways by local guides who “pole” them through the reeds. At the Mokoro station, we meet our ‘Polers’ and pack our supplies before heading out into the waterways. After a couple of hours along the waterways, we arrive at our mobile tented camp situated in the heart of the Okavango.

Upon arrival you meet the local staff who will be your host during your stay. A brief introduction will be given showing you your dome tent with twin beds and a bush en-suite bathroom – long drop toilet and a bucket shower. Relax in the tent with a cold drink or take a paddle in the Delta in a canoe. The activities at the camp include Mokoro trails and guided walking.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Overnight Delta excursion

Okavango Delta

Day 16

Okavango Delta – Maun, Botswana

This morning you have an opportunity to enjoy one last game walk in the Delta before making your way back to Maun.  After our Mokoro ride and vehicle transfer, we arrive back around lunch time and and have the opportunity to participate in an optional scenic flight over The Delta (dependent on weather conditions & availability).

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 

Day 17

Maun – Nata Region, Botswana

This morning we leave behind this beautiful part of Botswana and travel to the lush campsite called Elephant Sands.  Upon arrival you will have the option to partake in a game drive or a bushwalk. More information will be provided by your guide.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Optional Activity: Game Drive / Bush Walk

Day 18

Nata Region – Chobe National Park, Botswana

Travelling north to the town of Kasane, we set up camp on the banks of the Chobe River.  The River forms a border between Botswana, Namibia and Zambia and is the main water source to the Chobe National Park. Keep an eye out for the elephant, hippo and number of bird species from the campsite and enjoy another glorious African sunset.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 

Day 19

Chobe National Park, Botswana

We are free to sleep in today, or if you’re feeling adventurous, you are welcome to explore the town of Kasane whilst the rest of the group catches up on slumber. Following lunch, we embark on an enchanting boat cruise along the waters of the Chobe River. When we return to camp, we pack up and head out for our overnight mobile expedition in the Chobe National Park – an overnight experience in the wilderness. One of Botswana’s leading game parks, Chobe is well-known for its enormous herds of elephant. Our afternoon is spent seeking out wildlife whilst we game drive to our campsite that is situated within the park, where we will spend our night surrounded by the sounds of nocturnal wildlife. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled during our game drive for the scarce Sable and Roan Antelope with magnificent horns. Following our evening in the bush, we make our way out early in the morning to carry on our search for wildlife before we depart from our campsite and head back to Kasane and Victoria Falls.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: Chobe Overnight Mobile Excursion

Chobe Botswana Tours

Day 20

Chobe National Park – Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Upon our return to our campsite, we once again board our vehicle and head to the border of Zimbabwe. When we have finished up our border formalities, we travel a brief distance to Victoria Falls. The town of Victoria Falls, named after the renowned World Heritage site as well as the waterfalls, is located on the Zambezi River and is enclosed by the Victoria Falls National Park. Conveniently located in the centre of town, our campsite is within walking distance to the adventure activity booking agents as well as numerous restaurants and shops. A twenty minute stroll along the main road will bring you to the access point to view the mighty falls which are located between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Known as  Mosi-oa-Tunya or‘ the smoke that thunders’, Victoria Falls was named by David Livingstone who discovered them during his adventurous explorations. At 1700 metres wide and approximately 100 metres high, this sheet of falling water is a truly unforgettable African sight. Following our activities briefing, we spend our afternoon unwinding at the campsite’s pool, viewing the majestic Victoria Falls or simply exploring the variety of gorgeous sights and delights of the town.

Meals Included:Brunch

Included Activity: Entrance to Victoria Falls

Day 21 - 22

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Once breakfast has been enjoyed you have the option of leaving the tour, or taking part in the variety of Optional Excursions.

Meals Included:Breakfast X2

Optional Activities: Elephant back safaris, horse rides, walking with tame lions, a visit to the crocodile ranch, boat cruises and a game at The Elephant Hills Resort. Adrenalin junkies have the opportunity to bungee jump from the Victoria Falls Bridge that connects Zimbabwe and Zambia or abseil down the Batoka Gorge. Throughout the year, adventurers are welcome to flights in fixed wings, microlights and ultra-light aircrafts or helicopters that give us an opportunity to experience an aerial view over the majestic falls. First class white water rafting on the Zambezi is also available as well as ‘floats’ where we will have a chance to marvel at the incredible cliffs and spot the occasional animal roaming on the riverbanks.

Victoria Falls Tours

Day 23

Victoria Falls – Chobe National Park, Botswana

Today we make our way out of Victoria Falls to the border that allows us to cross over into Botswana. When we have completed the border formalities, we travel back to the town of Kasane located on the banks of the Chobe River, where we will have a chance to once more partake in the Chobe Overnight Mobile Excursion. For those wanting to sit this one out, there will be an opportunity to take part in an early morning game drive the next day instead.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Included Activity: Chobe Overnight Mobile Excursion

Day 24

Chobe National Park – Livingstone, Zambia

Today we return to our Kasane campsite and, hopping back on our truck, we make our way to Livingstone. In the afternoon, we have a chance to view the Falls from the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia or to participate in a sunset boat cruise on the Zambezi River which makes for an incredible photographic opportunity (both optionals).

Meals Included: Brunch, Dinner

Optional Activity: Sunset Boat Cruise

Day 25

Livingstone – Eastern Zambia, Zambia

We arise in the early morning and make our way through southern Zambia. During our drive, we pass through some of the local villages and towns of Zambia. Zambia was flourishing during the copper boom in the 1960s and was thus able to build a solid infrastructure in the main mining and farming communities. Following the fall of the copper industry, Zambia was then left bankrupt and the infrastructure, of which the country was so proud, fell to ruins. However, foreign investment and a rise in the mining industry allowed Zambia to once again begin to thrive. There is now a significant difference evident between the cities that boast foreign stores, banks and even imported cars, and the villages and towns that still need to progress rather drastically. Our campsite today is often frequented by the local wildlife, including the biggest antelope in the world – the Eland.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 26

Eastern Zambia – South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

This beautiful national park derives its name from the Luangwa River in the Eastern part of Zambia, and it is the southernmost of three national parks in this region. South Luangwa was founded in 1938 as a game reserve and covers over 9000 kilometres squared. Animals such as Hippo’s, crocodiles, giraffe, buffalo and Elephants can be found in abundance.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Included Activity: South Luangwa National Park

Day 27 - 30

South Luangwa – Chipata and Lake Malawi Beaches, Malawi

We spend 1 night on the Zambia/ Malawi border before leaving Zambia to cross into the ‘Warm Heart of Africa’, Malawi. We make a stop in Lilongwe, the capital that is a relatively small city divided into the old town and the new administrative centre. Malawi is a landlocked country with 20% of its overall area comprised of the stunning Lake Malawi. We first camp at the central Lake and then move along to camp in the northern region over the next four days. Our days are spent learning the game of Bao from the locals, browsing the markets for bargains or just unwinding on the unspoiled golden beaches. The pleasant climate of Malawi enables us to enjoy long swims in the clear, sparkling blue freshwater lake any time of the year. Feel free to explore the exquisite shore where you’ll be able to spot local fishermen reeling in their catches of the day. These locals still make use of traditional fishing techniques and, in order to appreciate their boating skills, you should attempt at least once, to head onto the still waters on a dugout canoe all on your own – it’s more difficult than it may seem! During the evening you’ll be witness to the pretty ‘fairy lights’ of the fishermen still out on the lake in the distance. The numerous campsites along the shores of Lake Malawi provide plenty of Optional Excursions, including a wide variety of water sports, horseback rides and even a stopover at the local village and school.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Optional Activity: Village Tour

lake malawi tours

Day 31

Lake Malawi – Iringa, Tanzania

Following a refreshing four days spent in the beautiful Malawi, we leave the country only to enter into Tanzania through the Songwe border. We make our way through the magnificent Tukuya tea and banana plantations and head toward Iringa where our night is spent in the lovely, rustic Farmhouse campsite, renowned for its delicious Amarula Hot Chocolate and warm showers.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 32

Iringa – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Awaking early, we head off to Dar es Salaam, passing though the Mikumi National Park where you may have a chance to see a wide range of wildlife roaming near the roadsides, oblivious to the vehicles passing right by them. The drive today is extended because of the massive amount of city-bound traffic. However, the sights and sounds of Dar’s bustling suburbs will most assuredly keep you amused and entertained. Keep a sharp eye out for the vibrant shop-fronts boasting humorous catch phrases that gain the attention of almost every passer-by. When we arrive in Dar es Salaam, we head to our wonderful campsite next to the sea and organise our things in preparation for our trip to Zanzibar the following day.

Meals Included:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 33

Dar es Salaam – Zanzibar (Optional)

We are taken to the ‘Spice Island’ via a ferry that departs from Dar es Salaam. Here, we have the option to spend the next three evenings. Zanzibar is rich in history and was one of the foremost starting points for majority of East African explorers in their pursuit of new land. New fellow travellers may join us here, replacing those who will be leaving us at the end of our Zanzibar expedition.

Please note: Accommodation and Meals are for your own expense whilst on Zanzibar. The trip leader will join you and it is through them that you can organise your lodging, whilst meals can be purchased from a broad variety of restaurants. There will also be a wide selection of Optional Excursions on offer. For travellers not wishing to visit the island of Zanzibar, the next three days will be spent at leisure at the beach campsite in Dar es Salaam. Here, there will be a variety of Optional Excursions available from the camp, including diving, snorkelling and fishing trips.

Meals Included: Breakfast

New legislation prohibits the taking of photographs during the Zanzibar ferry ride. Spot fines can be issued, if legislation is not obeyed.

Included Activity: Zanzibar Ferry

Day 34 - 35

Zanzibar (no meals included)

Apart from its intriguing history, Zanzibar has plenty of enthralling experiences to offer visitors. Zanzibar is well-known for its tasty spices , and a trip around one of the spice plantations always proves to be an extremely interesting experience. Other Optional Excursions include an outing to the incredible beaches and gigantic tortoises of Prison Island, a full day scuba dive that takes place in Nungwe or even a fishing trip in a traditional dhow. You can always hire a moped to get yourself around the island, perhaps to one of the brilliant seafood restaurants where you can indulge in a sumptuous and very reasonably-priced meal. In fact, Zanzibar is a seafood lover’s heaven, with only the freshest seafood being caught daily – crayfish being a rather well-liked specialty. If you prefer to hang back, feel free to socialise with the interesting and friendly locals during dinner.

Optional Activity: Zanzibar Excursion

Zanzibar Island

Day 36

Zanzibar – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

We depart from Zanzibar, returning to the mainland where this tour will end.

 

36 Day Cape Town to Zanzibar Northern Route Tour Activities

Included in Local Payment

  • This tour includes a Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room
  • Cape Town Township Tour, Wine tasting at campsite
  • Canoeing on the Gariep River
  • A visit to the Fish River Canyon
  • Namib Naukluft National Park
  • Climbing Dune 45
  • A Visit to Sossusvlei
  • Visiting Spitzkoppe (Day trip)
  • Etosha National Park - Game Drive
  • 3 Day / 2 Night Drive In / Okavango Delta Mokoro Excursion
  • Chobe Overnight Mobile Excursion
  • Entrance to Victoria Falls
  • South Luangwa National Park
  • Zanzibar Ferry


Other Activities

South Africa

  • Various activities in Cape Town - Dependant on choice of activity
Namibia Swakopmund Activities
  • Quad Biking – 1Hr/2 Hr 100US$
  • Sand Boarding – Lie Down/ Stand Up 55US$ / 70 US$
  • Township Tour 80 US$
  • Tandem Skydive (Weather Permitting) 350 US$
  • Horse Riding (2Hrs) 100 US$
  • Fishing 145 US$
  • Dolphin Cruise 80 US$
  • Kayaking 95 US$
  • Paragliding (Weather Permitting) 150 US$
  • Scenic Flight (various) (Weather Permitting) As per Operator Hot Air Ballooning (Weather Permitting) 450 US$
Botswana
  • Ghanzi San / Bushman Experience 15 US$
  • Scenic Flight Over Delta (300-350US$ per plane max 5 pax) 100 US$
Zimbabwe
  • Please ensure that you pay for activities in Victoria Falls with US$ CASH
  • Trip T-Shirt 30 US$
Victoria Falls
  • White Water Rafting-Full Day (low water) 150 US$
  • River Boarding combo Raft & Board (low water only) 190US$
  • Canoeing on the Zambezi-Half Day/ Full Day 150 US$
  • Elephant Back Safari 150 US$
  • Bungee Jump (111m) – Solo Jump 160 US$
  • Tandem Bridge Swing 240 US$
  • Bungee, Bridge Swing, Bridge Slide COMBO 210 US$
  • Helicopter Flight over the Falls 12-13 mins 150 US$
  • Helicopter Flight over the Falls 25 mins 284 US$
  • White Water Rafting-Full Day (low water) 150 US$
Malawi
  • Freshwater Diving at Kande Beach 55US$ (Additional dives 30 US$ each)
  • Horse Riding at Kande Beach 2Hr / 3Hr (Bush,Beach & Swim) 70 US$ / 100 US$
  • Village Walk & Meal at Kande Beach 20 US$
  • Traditional Healer Visit 10 US$
  • Carving Lessons & Local Fishing. *Price to be negotiated on arriva
Tanzania Zanzibar
  • Transfer to Nungwe 20 US$
  • Zanzibar Accommodation From 40 US$ - 60 US$ per day
  • Spice Tour including lunch 40 US$
  • Prison Island Snorkeling Trip 30 US$
  • Diving, Snorkeling & Fishing From 40US$
  • Dhow Sunset Cruise 40 US$
  • Motorbike/ Car Hire From 60 US$ - 80 US$ +local drivers license / insurance at 5 US$

 

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36 Day Cape Town to Zanzibar Northern Route Tour Price

R27,195 R24,475

Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

+ Local Payment USD 880


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R27,195 R24,475

Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

+ Local Payment USD 880

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