Itinerary Details

Upon your arrival at the Capetown International airport (CPT), you will be welcomed by a Rahhalah representative and transferred to your hotel.

Spend the rest of the day relaxing or exploring the beautiful town at your own pace.

Accommodation: The More Quarters Hotel or similar.

After breakfast, you will head towards Table Mountain. Towering at 1086 meters over Cape Town, the 500-million-years-old Table Mountain is a playground for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Once an island, this flat-topped monolith now boasts of having more plant species per square kilometer than any tropical jungle. Trails run the length and breadth of the mountain, offering exceptional hiking opportunities for all levels of experience and fitness. Whether you are looking for adventure or solitude, nature or views, a hike up the Table Mountain is not to be missed.
Once at the top, at an altitude of 1000m, you are rewarded with spectacular, 360o panoramas. Take your time and enjoy this unique environment, go for a walk or have a snack at the restaurant that arguably has one of the best views in the world.
On the way back, you will use the Table Mountain cableway, which will offer you further opportunities to enjoy the spectacular view.

Accommodation: The More Quarters Hotel or similar.

There is no doubt that Cape Town deserves its reputation as one of the most desirable destinations on the planet! It is hard to find cities so beautiful and welcoming.
It lies in a natural amphitheatric shape, bordering with Table Bay and hugged by Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill and Devil’s Peak. The city center may be small but is home to a vibrant history and culture, as well as many great shops and restaurants. It holds many attractions for any traveler wanting to experience interesting conversations and stories while visiting historic landmarks and discovering how Cape Town developed from the original “tavern of the seas” (a refreshment post halfway en route to the Spice Island) into the sophisticated city that we see today.

The V&A (Victoria and Alfred) Waterfront, perched between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, has become South Africa's most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of sea and mountain views, various shopping and entertainment venues intermingle with creative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments. The Waterfront is the heart of the tourist industry in Cape Town.

After finishing the half-day city tour, you will take a ferry trip across the bay to Robben Island (weather permitting). From the 17th to the 20th century, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder of the price the recently newly democratic South Africa has paid for freedom.
Since 1997, Robben island has been a museum and a heritage site. The museum is a dynamic institution, which acts as a focal point of South African heritage. It runs educational programmes for schools and adults, facilitates tourism development, conducts ongoing research related to the Island, and acts as an archiving system as well.

The tour to Robben Island is 3.5-hours long, including the two half-hour ferry rides. Ferries depart at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm, weather permitting, from the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town.

Accommodation: The More Quarters hotel or similar.

After breakfast, you will head to the Cape Town Airport for your flight to Victoria Falls.
Upon arrival there, you will be welcomed by a local, English-speaking guide who will transfer you to the hotel.

In the evening, you will enjoy the famous Boma dinner & drum show: a “must do,” Victoria Falls dining and entertainment experience, including traditional African food, drumming and dancing. The food is cooked and served in the style and quantity of a lavish feast, including irresistible desserts.

Upon your arrival, you will be dressed in a chitenge (traditional sarong), and you will be welcomed by a vibrant ambience, where the tantalizing aromas of local dishes and game meat on the braai (barbecue) fill the air while sitting under the star-filled African sky.
Your meal begins with a mouth-watering platter of starters while the buffet includes soup from the campfire, a range of salads, game meat cooked on a braai (barbecue), followed by desserts. Vegetarian options are also available, as well as local dishes such as peanut butter spinach.

You will also enjoy outstanding performances by traditional singers and dancers, and an energizing, interactive drumming show. A face painter, a storyteller, a hair braider and a fortune teller also take part in this festive evening.

Accommodation: Victoria Falls Safari Lodge or similar.

After breakfast, you will head towards Zambezi River for a thrilling, white-water rafting adventure.
When a 1700m-wide river plunges 120m over the Victoria Falls and gets trapped into a basalt gorge no more than 40m wide, the result is... turbulent! For 70km, the warm waters of the Zambezi River offer some of the most excellent, Grade 5, high volume rapids on the planet as it surges through the scenic splendor of the Batoka Gorge. Prepare to get wet and wild on the mighty Zambezi during an adrenalin-filled day.
You can enjoy the rest of the day at your own pace, relaxing or taking part in some of the additional activities available at Victoria Falls.

Accommodation: Victoria Falls Safari Lodge or similar.

Enjoy this free day at your own pace, relaxing, exploring the area, or engaging in some of the activities available at Victoria Falls.

Accommodation: Victoria Falls Safari Lodge or similar.

After breakfast and depending on your departure details, you will be transferred to the Victoria Falls Airport for your flight back to home.