Victoria Falls to Cape Town: 40 Nights

Join us for an all-inclusive 40 nights expedition in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa

At a Glance

This African adventure allows travellers to explore many of the unique destinations in Southern Africa - from Victoria Falls to Cape Town, to the Deserts of Namibia. We present an all-inclusive, Self-Drive, Guided Expeditions in 4x4 vehicles over 40 nights. We stay in Lodges for 15 nights and under canvas, glamping in luxury tents and beds for 25 nights.



Victoria Falls to Cape Town 15th September to 25th October


Victoria Falls to Cape Town 15th March to 26th April

Victoria Falls to Cape Town 15th June to 25th July

Victoria Falls to Cape Town 15 September to 26th October

Leaving Victoria Falls

After arriving in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, we spend the afternoon relaxing at the hotel before an evening visit to the Victoria Falls, or as the locals call it Mosi-oa-Tunya - "The Smoke That Thunders”. Day two at the falls is all about adventure, whether you want to take on the white water rafting, swim in the Devil’s Pool, take a flight of the Angels over the Falls.

We transfer to Kasane in Botswana where an evening boat ride before spending a day and night in the Chobe National Park. It is here that you will be “introduced” to your vehicle and we spend some time getting you comfortable with its capabilities and comforts.

From Chobe and Kasane we head south to close encounters with the magnificent giants of the African bush – the African Elephanand then deep into the Makgadikgadi Pans where the sunset and sunrise will make an indelible imprint in your minds eye.

After a couple of days at the Pans we head for Maun and the gateway to the Okavango Delta for a few amazing days and nights exploring the Delta. From boat rides to private islands, Mokoro rides to bird hides the Okavango puts on quite a spectacle.

Experiencing Namibia

After the waters of the Okavango we head east to Namibia and the beauty of the desert where we encounter the last remaining Bushmen tribe who will take us on a walk in their natural surrounds. No visit to Namibia is complete without exploring the Etosha National Park and we enter at the eastern gate before making our way to the Halali Camp where a waterhole presents an array of Africa’s creatures all through the day and night.

From Etosha we head North the the Kunene and Epupa Falls on the Kunene River where Namibia and Angola meet. The Koakaland is next and we spend a morning with the Nomadic Himba people who give true meaning to the term Living Of The Grid. Its here in the Koakaland that we expect to see the desert elephants and lions in their natural habitat.

The Skeleton Coast looms large ahead of us as we drive the great salt road, shipwrecks littered along the misty coastline, seal colonies of thousands and solitude as you have never experienced.

Our Path To South Africa

After a luxurious night in the Strand Hotel Swakopmund we enter the deep red sands of the Namib, the dunes at Sossusvlei and Deadvlei are glorious … a photographers dream destination. We continue South to Aus and spend a day exploring the Wild Horses of Namibia and Kolmanskop, the ghost mining town that is slowly being consumed by the Namib Desert … another photographers dream destination.

En Route to the Orange River and the South African Border we stop in at Ai Ais to wallow in the hot spings and rinse off the sands of the Namib desert.

After two days on the Orange River we head further south to the small towns along the way tp Cape Town, the fruit and wine farms are in abundance and we visit a few on the way. Before reaching the Mother City we head for the most southern tip of the African Continent L’Agulhus.

The Mother City welcomes us at the end of the expedition and the two days we spend there are filled with a myriad of experiences … stay a few days longer if you wish and we will gladly assist.

So, what's included?

An all inclusive pass to Africa like you've never had before

Top Experiences

Explore some of the greatest experiences in Africa

Victoria Falls


Okavango Delta


Moremi Chobe






Tankwa Karoo

South Africa

Don't Worry, We Get Asked This A Lot:

All the answers to your questions.

The short answer is no, our expedition begins on the tar and smooth gravel and slowly more adventurous routes are introduced to our clients. Drivers with no 4×4 experience will be more than comfortable to tackle the routes. The toughest driving will be in the sands of Sossusvlei and some single track slow driving through the Koakaveld. Our guides will be on hand at all times if you ever feel uncomfortable, but rest assured you will be more than capable.

  1. All park fees
  2. Table Mountain trip
  3. Wine Tasting
  4. Peninsula Drive to Cape Point
  5. Tankwa Reserve Trail
  6. Orange River sunset paddle
  7. Orange River day trip
  8. Ai Ais Hot Springs
  9. Fish River Canyon Sunset Dinner from the canyon viewing deck
  10. Kolmnskop tour
  11. Sosusvlei sunset visit
  12. Deadvlei visit
  13. Game Drive at Palmwag Reserve
  14. Koakaveld drive
  15. Epupa Falls
  16. Kunene trail Meander
  17. Etosha National Park Game Drives
  18. Walking with Bushmen
  19. Okavango panhandle river cruise
  20. Okavango Mokoro trip
  21. Okavango Boat cruise
  22. Moremi Game Drive
  23. Makgadikgadi Pan Camp
  24. Chobe River game cruise
  25. Chobe National Park game drive and night camp
  26. Victoria Falls entry and tour x 2
  27. Lunch at the Victoria Falls Enchanted Forest
  28. High Tea at the Grand old Victoria Falls Hotel
  29. Either one of these at Victoria Falls
  • White Water Rafting
  • 15 minute Flight of the Angels over the falls
  • Swim devils pool

Save for any personal expenses, gifts, snack and drink purchases at shops along the route, you won’t need to pay for anything. We take care of it all, whether it be food, fuel, accommodation, park fees, border fees and activities (see included activities listing)

15 of the 40 nights are spent in either hotels or lodges which are 5 & 4 Star rated.

25 of the nights are spent in our glamping canvas camp set up.

Glamping – a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping.

Our tents are 12ft x 8.5ft (102 square feet) or 2.6m x 3.6m (9.4square meters).

Each tent contains a queen size bed (or two single beds if preferred), The beds have 6 inch / 150mm mattresses, bedding, two side tables, reading lamps, luggage racks and a power point. The tent doors and windows have mesh screens. Mosquito nets are available.

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"We've travelled Africa many times, but have never endured a life changing experience like this. If you manage to have long enough time off, do it!!"

Martin Weaver - Trip: Cape Town to Vic Falls, June-July 2019