Bianca’s African Spectacular

Unabashed luxury and experience


Bianca’s African Spectacular stops at nothing to showcase this incredible continent:

“This is my favourite tour because it takes the best of Southern Africa in the utmost luxury and beauty. All your needs will be pandered to from start to finish.

Taking in the awe of the sights and sounds of Kruger National Park, this will be a life-changing experience that words just do not justify. Next it’s the mighty Victoria Falls for an inspiring and unique stay along the banks of the Zambezi River, where your mornings will likely begin with herds of elephant having a quite drink or a swim.

Moving onto the gorgeous city of Cape Town and its surrounds where, between July and November, you have the best shore-based whale watching in the world at Hermanus and on to Franschoek in the Cape Winelands with its magnificent scenery and culinary delights.

In Cape Town itself you will stay in the heart of the Waterfront and have the opportunity to explore the region at leisure or on scheduled tours, with magic on your doorstep, from the views of Table Mountain to the impressive coastal scenery and an opportunity to shop until you drop, this is sure to impress.

The tour encompasses the best of Southern Africa making it a diverse African introduction, whilst living it up in style and sanctuary.”

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Day 1 - 5: Londolozi Pioneer Camp, Kruger National Park

Arrive in Africa at the impressive Johannesburg International and transfer by scheduled light aircraft to Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, which forms part of the Greater Park.

Spend four nights in luxury and seclusion at Londolozi Pioneer Camp in the private concession and an almost guaranteed leopard sighting - among the other famous Big 5 animals and a host of plains game, birds, plants, insects, stars... basically the entire spectrum of African wilderness.

Meals: full board including local drinks

Day 5 - 8: Tongabezi Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls

Transfer by road to the Kruger Airport and fly direct into Livingstone on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls for three nights. Tongabezi is luxury safari lodge on the Zambezi upriver from the Victoria Falls and inside the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Accommodation is in individual suites, spaced far apart along the river beneath a dense canopy of teak.

Explore one of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders and the countless activities on land, water and in the air: sunset cruises, game drives, lion walks, elephant-back safaris, canoeing safaris, scenic flights over the waterfall gorge, white water rafting and of course the terrifying bungee jumping and its bizarre incarnations.

Meals: full board including local drinks

Day 8 - 12: The Cape Grace, Cape Town

Fly from Livingstone to Johannesburg Airport and then on to Cape Town Airport, collect your hired wheels and make your way to the Cape Grace Hotel in the V&A Waterfront. Driving in Cape Town and South Africa is simple, safe and convenient. Plus you get the advantage of freedom to go where you please for however long you please.

The Cape Grace is an elegant five star classic hotel on a private marina in the Waterfront harbour. Surrounded by water and pleasure boats and with a view of the city and Table Mountain looming large behind you can’t help but to enjoy being at the centre of this pleasant universe.

Explore the peninsula taking care to include the cable car ride up Table Mountain and a visit to Cape Point in your plans. There are many excellent hikes, wine farms, galleries, museums, shops, restaurants and events in Cape Town so some pre-planning of your time here will be worthwhile.

Meals: breakfast

Day 12 - 14: Birkenhead House, Whale Route & the Overberg

After a few nights in Cape Town, head out of town along the coast to Hermanus - the focal point of the Whale Route in Walker Bay for some of the best land-based whale watching in the world (between July and November with a peak in October). Thanks to a steep shelf you can get to within a few metres of a southern right whale from the cliff’s edge: an incredible experience and we think the Big 5 should include a whale to become the Big 6.

If Hermanus is the high point of the Whale Route, Birkenhead House is without doubt the high point in Hermanus (indeed most of South Africa). This small, exclusive boutique hotel is perched on a rocky outcrop with wrap-around views of the bay and the luxury and exclusivity is supreme.

Meals: full board including local drinks

Day 14 - 16: La Residence, Franschhoek

From the Whale Route you drive inland to the Cape Winelands town of Franschhoek - a picture-book village in a valley covered with vineyards and distinctly Francophile airs. La Résidence is the companion hotel to Birkenhead House and the founding member of hotel group going by the name of The Royal Portfolio. Enough said?

Spend two days hiking or cycling through wine farms and nature reserves or on horseback, tasting wines and enjoying dinners in some of the country’s best restaurants.

Meals: breakfast

Day 16: Departure

Cape Town International Airport is about an hour’s drive from Franschhoek and the airport serves several major long haul destinations making it an easy departure day for you. Well, as easy as can be after such an incredible journey.

Tailor-made Itinerary

As with all the tours on our website, this is just an example of what you can do. We create our tours from scratch every time, matching the destinations and accommodation not only to your budget but also to your individual tastes and needs.

Contact us now to begin planning your dream safari holiday.

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These tours are simply an indication of what’s possible. Our team of travel experts will tailor any itinerary to your requirements, travel dates and budget.


Prices vary according to seasonality, availability and your logistical requirements. Contact us for a FREE tailor made quotation today.

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