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Day 1

On arrival into Cape Town, after clearing customs and immigration, proceed to the Arrivals Hall. Here you will be met by an Alluring Africa representative for your private road transfer to the Queen Victoria Hotel where you will stay for four nights. Enjoy your afternoon/evening at leisure.


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Day 3


Day 4

Enjoy a day at leisure. Optional tours can be booked on request.

Cape Town is recognized as one of the most beautiful places on earth. Offering a range of attractions, breathtaking sights and endless activities, it is a year-round holiday destination with friendly people, a mild climate and rich cultural heritage.

Cape Town is also the culinary capital of South Africa. Nowhere else in the country is the populace so discerning about food, and nowhere else is there such a wide selection of restaurants. Western culinary history here dates back more than 350 years. Cape Town was founded specifically to grow food, and that heritage is reflected in the city’s cuisine. A number of restaurants operate in historic town houses and 18th-century wine estates, and many include heritage dishes on their menus.


Day 5

After breakfast you will be met by an Alluring Africa representative for your private road transfer to the Cape Town Airport for a scheduled regional flight to Johannesburg. Connect with a scheduled charter flight to Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp where you will stay for three nights. Arrive in time for lunch and an afternoon game drive.


Day 6

Enjoy two full days of game viewing activities at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge.

An early morning call from the Ranger will wake you before first light, while the kitchen brews hot coffee or tea, and prepares cool fruit juices with a muffin, rusk or other freshly made delicacy. So begins the morning safari.

The bush is already alive, the air filled with birdsong as the rising sunlight dances off beads of dew on spiders’ webs. Nobody, not even the tracker who can read the bushveld like a book, knows what’s in store. He will watch the road for spoor, leaning forward intently to find any print left by a predator during its hunt in the dark. There may be hushed discussions in Shangaan between Ranger and Tracker, and brief radio interactions from one vehicle to another. Sharing information ensures that the occupants of each Land Rover have the best chance of a wide range of sightings during their drives – and also ensures control and responsible behaviour as the vehicles move in close to the animals.

Renowned for luxury experiences, Sabi Sabi isn’t all about phenomenal game drives and exceptional dining. Opportunities for education and adventure are definitely on the cards for those interested and energetic. On the morning safari walk you can be part of a small group that sets out on foot after breakfast. The walk is an opportunity to feel the pulse of Africa through the soles of your feet and experience the bushveld at close quarters.

Sabi Sabi boasts approximately 350 different species of birds, a paradise for birdwatchers. Raptors are plentiful, including 11 species of owl, the seldom seen cuckoo hawk and rare bat hawk. There is an endless diversity of trees, shrubs and flowering plants, and whatever the time of year, no two walks are ever the same.

Evening falls and you prepare for the night safari. As the fierce heat of the day cools, the inhabitants of the bush become restless, and the animals move out of the shade of the trees. The call of the crested francolin reverberates through the bushveld and birds increase the volume of their song. You will be aware of colors softening to the beautiful, gentle hues that vary with each season. New scents fill the air and as the sun dips behind the horizon your Ranger will choose a spot where you can stretch your legs and enjoy sundowners alongside the vehicle. Watch in awe as the sky turns to the sensational vibrant reds, golds and oranges typical of an African sunset. There is a lull as the animals sense the transition into a time of increased danger. It is during evening safaris that the nocturnal hunters start stirring, and their prey needs to be alert for survival through the night.

During your safari you may be lucky enough to watch lions prepare for their evening hunt. Their long bodies stretch to ease muscles cramped from lying in the shade during the day; sinews are lengthened and claws sharpened against a tree; the vegetation is marked with scent, and the wind checked for smells; only then do they set off in a slow, loose-jointed, arrogant amble. There are numerous nocturnal hunters and on your evening safari, with the help of a spotlight, a leopard’s eyes may reflect back from a nearby tree. Or you may be lucky enough to spot another smaller predator, a genet, African civet or African wild cat. One can come across scenes at night that become etched in memory: elephants moving heavily but silently in the moonlight; the incredible flying leaps of bushbabies from treetop to treetop, and the red shine from a lion’s eyes as it looks up from its kill. A Sabi Sabi evening safari will never be forgotten.


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Day 8

After breakfast and a morning activity you will be transferred to the Skukuza Airport for your scheduled regional flight to Johannesburg. Connect with your international flight home (not included).


• Scheduled activities/tours (i.e. with other guests) as specified. Most safari camps and lodges include two game activities per day (morning and afternoon)

• Private touring in Cape Town as specified;

• Alluring Africa's local reps available 24/7 while traveling

• Services of lodge guides and staff

• Ground transfers as specified

• Intra-Africa scheduled regional flight from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth

• Accommodation taxes, applicable tourism levies and all relevant Value Added Government Sales Tax (GST)

• Relevant park fees

• All accommodation as specified

• Excursions/activities as specified

• Drinks (differs between camps/lodges)

• Alluring Africa final documentation


• Meals, drinks, laundry, entrance fees, porterage, tours/excursions and transfers not specified

• Any scheduled flights and related taxes not specified;

• Cancellation, baggage and medical insurance;

• Staff gratuities;

• Any new gov. taxes, levies, fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control;

• Any items of a personal nature or anything not specifically stated as included;

• International airfare.