From historical sites to natural wonders, your tour of South Africa and Victoria Falls is an adventure like no other. Start in Cape Town where you’ll ascend Table Mountain via cable car for spectacular views. At Boulders Beach, observe a colony of endangered penguins, then venture to Cape Point Nature Reserve, the Cape of Good Hope, and Cape Point at the continent’s most southwestern tip. Next, travel to a private game reserve where you’ll set out on six games drives in an open-air 4-wheel-drive vehicle with an expert Ranger. Search for Africa's “Big 5”—lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and Cape buffalo and much more. Cap off each day with refreshing sun downer drink, the perfect way to relax and reflect as the sun sets over the beautiful South Africa landscape. You’ll also visit Johannesburg’s Soweto Township to learn about its turbulent past and hopeful future. Tour the thought-provoking Apartheid Museum and Mandela House, located in the former neighbourhood of Nobel Peace Prize winners, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela.
In Zimbabwe, stand in awe as you witness and hear the roar of stunning Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Your tour to Victoria Falls and South Africa is an adventure into historic heritage and wilderness wonder of this spectacular part of the continent.
- Adventure is knocking with everything you need for perfectly affordable touring. Cosmos includes expert Tour Directors, hand-selected accommodations, guided sightseeing, and seamless transportation between destinations including intra-tour flights—with value-minded travellers in mind. On safari, you’ll enjoy the knowledge and insight of a professional Ranger and Game Tracker aboard your open-air 4-wheel-drive safari vehicle. Local Host in Zimbabwe. Enhance your free time to explore like a local with your CosmosGO mobile app!
- Filtered Water: Included on all game drives
- All game viewing is done at your own risk. We will require a signed liability waiver prior to travel.
- For approximately one month each year, typically from late July to late August, Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is closed for annual maintenance. In these instances, a private tour of Kirstenbosch National Garden will be included in its place.