Day 1/ 2 - Breakwater Lodge
In the heart of the V&A Waterfront Development, Cape Town's favorite playground. Guests of the Protea Breakwater Lodge will enjoy comfortable lodging a far cry from that enjoyed by its original guests, when the building was known as the Breakwater Prison. Built in 1854 to house the male convicts working on the breakwater in Table Bay, it remained a correctional institution until the end of the 20th century. Today, this historical building is superb choice for those wanting to stay in the heart of the city.
Day 3 - HantamHuis
HantamHuis is an authentic building that is representative of the late 18th century's building methods. Built in 1854, it is laid out in a T-shape, and is the oldest authentic house in Calvinia. It took more than a decade to restore this building to its original glory, complete with its authentic reed roof, and was declared a national monument in 1983. HantamHuis is currently being used as licensed restaurant on one hand, and museum complete with curio shop stocked with handcrafted merchandise on the other.
Day 4 - Vergelegen Guest House
Vergelegen Guest House is in Kakamas, only a short driving distance to the Augrabies Falls in the Green Kalahari, Northern Cape, South Africa. The guest house offers luxury and comfortable en-suite rooms each with a personal touch. All rooms have their own private entrances which walk out on a patio. Take time to relax at the swimming pool under the African sun or take a walk down to the river. Situated near Augrabies which is perhaps best known for the mighty Augrabies Falls which plunge 90 meters into a rock pool stretching into a granite ravine of around 18 km long. The deafening roar of the falls can be heard up to 40 km away. Augrabies is host to an ecosystem supporting 46 mammals, 186 bird species, snakes, lizards, agamas and leguans and 12 species of fresh water fish.
Day 5/ 6- Xaus Lodge
Xaus Lodge provides luxury Kgalagadi accommodation in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park for eco-tourists and visitors to the Kalahari. Our Kgalagadi accommodation comprises a central lodge building and 12 individual chalets, each with its own deck overlooking a vast saltpan and waterhole fed with fresh water. Pronounced 'kaus', this is a place to experience a unique desert environment. Highlights of the lodge include a cosy lounge with a fireplace, an art and craft shop, a large observation deck prefect for star- gazing, a refreshing swimming pool and a heart- warming fire in the boma, perfect for enjoying the beauty of the silence of the night while keeping warm.
Xaus Lodge's luxury Kgalagadi accommodation is situated in the heart of the beautiful KgalagadiTransfrontier Park. This conservation area, twice the size of the Kruger National Park, offers stunning scenery, excellent birding and overpowering silence. This captivating landscape was formed through the amalgamation of The Gemsbok National Park in South Africa and the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana. Managed by SANParks, it is comprised of over 3.6 million hectares making it one of the very few parks left of this magnitude in the world. SANParks is responsible for the development of the Kgalagadi's management plan which is set in place to ensure the conservation and protection of the area as well as its' flora and fauna.
Day 7/ 8 - Canyon Village
Cañon Village lies at the foot of a sweeping rock face in Gondwana Cañon Park. Well-appointed cottages in the Cape Dutch style afford views of the vast canyon scenery. The thatched main building is built right into the massive granite boulders and houses a restaurant and cosy bar. With the famous Fish River Canyon just 20 km away the village is a perfect starting point for exploring the canyon. Dozens of murals depict the history and culture of the BondelswartNama, the earlier inhabitants of this area. Relish the peace and quiet and enjoy the views at the 'pool with a view'.
Day 9/ 10 - Desert Camp
Desert Camp is situated just 5 km from the entrance gate to Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon in the Namib Nauklauft Park. Nestled under centuries old thorn trees, Desert Camp has an unsurpassed 360 degrees view over the desert landscape and surrounding mountains. An absolute must for the nature lover and photographer.
Twenty eco-friendly self-catering accommodation units under canvas with adobe-style walls are available. Each twin bedded unit has a spacious bedroom, en-suite bathroom equipped with a shower, toilet and wash basin, shaded veranda with fitted kitchenette, barbeque, lights, power points and an adjacent parking area.
Day 11/ 12 - Hotel Zum Kaiser
Graciousness meets contemporary chic at the Hotel Zum Kaiser, a luxurious boutique hotel in the historic heart of Swakopmund and Namibia's premier holiday destination. Situated in the middle of "sleeping beauty", nickname for Swakopmund, this intimate boutique hotel offers direct access to the town's vibrant street life, quaint architecture, shopping, fine dining and long walks on the beach.
Each of our 21 suites is custom-designed, and our front facing suites offer a private balcony to enjoy views of the historic town and partial views of the nearby Atlantic seaboard. Our Roof Terrace is an inviting area where you can relax and enjoy sun-downers as you take in the spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean. At the Zum Kaiser restaurant you are allowed to feel like an Emperor. Zum Kaiser offers a warm and inviting atmosphere with a menu guaranteed to satisfy even the most delicate taste buds.
Day 13 - Ugab Terrace Lodge
Welcome to Ugab Terrace Lodge, situated approximately 430 km from Windhoek. We provide an ideal setting for relaxation in the bush. We offer perfect tranquility, superb accommodation and exquisite cuisine to make your stay with us a memorable experience. Namibia is a world on its own! Indulge yourself with the breathtaking view at Ugab Terrace Lodge, animal life and overwhelming experiences of bathing in a swimming pool constructed in the rocks at the top of the mountain. Treat yourself with a walk in nature to experience our lustrous vegetation at Ugab Terrace Lodge.
Day 14 - Etosha - Halali Restcamp
Strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni, inside the Etosha National Park, (approximately 70km either way) Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady Mopane trees, and provides an ambiance of tranquility and space. It is surrounded by some of the most popular waterholes in the park. A flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an elevated vantage point within the camp provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night. Secluded chalets, with elevated patios overlooking the surrounding landscape are ideal for relaxing after a long day, under the magnificent African sky.
Day 15 - Etosha - Namutoni Restcamp
Namutoni is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, and derives its name from the old German fort around which it is built. The presence of the fort gives Namutoni more character than the other rest camps in Etosha, and in terms of accommodation this is probably the best of the three rest camps. During 2007 the accommodation at Namutoni was completely overhauled with the intention of making this a luxury camp inside the Etosha National Park. The Fort, which is for pedestrians only and overlooks the King Nehale waterhole, is the hub of activity with two restaurants, a relaxation lounge, a bar, crafts boutique, curio shop, jewelers and bookstore. An elevated decked walkway along the water-hole provides views of the surrounding scenery, wildlife and spectacular sunsets.
Day 16 - Hakusembe River Lodge
Entering Hakusembe River Lodge at the end of the winding gravel track, you are greeted with a refreshing image of green lawn, large trees, a collection of thatched chalets and a strip of sparkling river. Instantaneously the fresh balm of beauty soothes your weary soul. You have reached the verdant Hakusembe river oasis. A feeling of calm descends. And it remains present for the time of your visit. River birds fly up between the reeds, people row their dugout canoes on the river and soft muted sounds float over the waters from the villages on the far bank. As you sit on the floating deck, legs up, book in hand absorbing the peace to the accompaniment of bird calls and the gentle splashing of water, all worldly worries float away.
Those who can muster the energy to move can cool off at the pool in the luxuriant garden, try their luck at catching the elusive tiger fish, take a stroll to the Mbunza cultural village and hop aboard the Hakusembe River Queen. Situated 16km from Rundu in the Kavango region, this gem of a lodge (with campsite) provides that necessary break from the road. It's one of the Caprivi accommodation treasures to discover - and frequent - when in the northern reaches of the country. It will soon be etched into itineraries, breaking the long haul from Windhoek and Etosha to the Zambezi and Vic Falls. Excitement builds up as you turn onto the entrance road and relief washes over you as you reach Hakusembe River Lodge
Day 17 - Namushasha River Lodge
Namushasha River Lodge celebrates the wonders of the Zambezi water world with accommodation fit for a king. There's a magic, a feeling or a charm that enraptures you in these northern realms. With elephants, hippos, myriad bird species, waterlilies and African bush, a visit to Namushasha provides an enriching adventure into Nature - to the accompaniment of the chiming of reed frogs, bird calls, hippo grunts and the soothing sound of a boat skimming through water. Namushasha's impressive central entrance with wooden chandelier and carved animals leads guests into the attractive lodge set between the trees, in true African style. The dining room, with its high thatched roof, is open on the sides to the river world, providing a suitable - and airy - welcome to wonderland.
One of the captivating Caprivi lodges, Namushasha River Lodge offers guests a superlative choice of exciting activities: Stroll past the green-lawned campsite visited at night by hefty hippos to the traditional heritage centre (here, you'll be able to learn about the Caprivian way of life from the Caprivians themselves who welcome you to their centre under a giant baobab and sweet-smelling thatch for song, dance and laughter); hop aboard the river boats for early morning or late afternoon river cruises to explore the channels and discover the diverse bird life; or take a trip to the Bwabwata National Park, first by boat along the waterways to later transfer to a game vehicle for an excursion into African bush. At the end of the day, there's nothing that can quite compare to a red Caprivi sunset. Whether teetotaller or not, you'll want to have something in hand to toast the day. Situated 24km south of Kongola on the C49 (D3501), Namushasha is the perfect stopover en route to Victoria Falls - or a grand destination in itself. Be enraptured.
Day 18/ 19- Chobe Safari Lodge
Chobe Safari Lodge is situated in Kasane on the banks of the Chobe River and shares a border with Chobe National Park. Right on our doorstep is the meeting of four African countries: Botswana, Namibia,
Zimbabwe and Zambia. Chobe Safari Lodge therefore offers an excellent getaway location to Chobe, Victoria Falls or Caprivi. Along with many species of big game, Chobe National Park boasts the largest concentration of elephant in Africa, and our game drives and boat cruises offer visitors the opportunity to witness this amazing spectacle. Due to our physical location we are also in the position to offer you a variety of other activities.
Day 20/ 21 - A'Zambezi River Lodge
A'Zambezi River Lodge is located in Victoria Falls, nestling on the banks of the mighty Zambezi river within the periphery of the Zambezi National Park. The imaginative architecture with its sweeping curve of grass thatch blends well with the lash green lawns. A'Zambezi is the perfect retreat to relax and unwind in the quiet ambience of the African wild life and nature, whilst enjoying renowned services.