Cape Grace and Tswalu Kalahari
Spend four nights at the award-winning Cape Grace hotel, in Cape Town, on a bed and breakfast basis.
Cape Grace offers more than just a luxury V&A Waterfront hotel in Cape Town, it provides its guests with an unforgettable experience. Each of its 121 custom-decorated guest rooms and suites offers breathtaking views of either Table Mountain, the V&A harbor or yacht marina. A truly unforgettable South African experience.
The hotel’s unsurpassed personal service standards and its world-class elegance are award-winning and keep travellers coming back for more luxury. Cape Grace is close to all the major city attractions and hotspots and provides easy access to Cape Town International Airport.
The hotel’s Signal Restaurant is designed to prepare unique mouthwatering dishes that reflect the many cultures making up Cape Town’s heritage, while the Bascule whisky, wine and cocktails bar provides a taste of Cape Town’s social energy.
Day 2, 3 & 4:
Enjoy a variety of game activities at your leisure. You will have your own private vehicle, guide and tracker so you can direct the order and length of any activity.
Day 5, 6, 7 & 8:
At a time to be advised, transfer by charter, aboard a Pilatus PC 12, from Cape Town to Tswalu, in the Kalahari Desert, where you will be accommodated for the next four nights on a Fully Inclusive basis. (All meals, drinks and activities included) 1 x Motse Luxury Suite
Tswalu Kalahari is MALARIA FREE and has superlative game and offers sightings of some of South Africa's rarest and most extraordinary wildlife, including: • Desert black rhino (Diceros bicornis bicornis). Twalu's population represents one third of South Africa's entire remaining desert black rhino • Black-maned Kalahari lions • Meerkats • Cheetah - easily viewed in the open savannah of the Kalahari • Rare antelope such as Roan, Sable and Tsessebe •Diversity: over 70 species of mammal and 230 species of birds (including endangered raptors). Other sightings may include the elusive aardvark, aardwolf, pangolin and porcupine.
In the luxury and beauty of this magnificent malaria free 100,000ha private game reserve in the Kalahari, the focus is on flexibility and privacy, outstanding game viewing, gourmet cuisine, indulgent spa treatments, and getting to do the things you've only ever dreamed about. The uniqueness of the South African safari experience at Tswalu Kalahari begins with a flexible itinerary, which allows you to dictate your own program of games drives, bush walks and horseback safaris; and continues with the interactive game experience throughout the Kalahari. With a dedicated vehicle, tracker and guide, you can tailor your Tswalu safari to include whatever appeals to you. The all-day menu offers you the option to dine whenever it suits you.
The Kalahari is the ancestral home of the San people (Bushman). Some of their ancient engravings can be seen at Tswalu: current research suggests these may be amongst the oldest art on Earth.
Last Morning (Day 9):
After breakfast and your morning activity depart back to Cape Town where your South African tour ends.