10 Days Victoria Falls & South Africa

Code: R2-10SQ
2020: 6/8, 1/10, 12/11
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Victoria Falls Visit unique local village
Village’s art & craft centre
Botswana Chobe Safari Lodge
Zambia Victoria Falls
Voortrekker Monument Church Square
Union Building Diamond factory
Cape Town
Table Mountain for a 360 degree cable car ride (if weather permits) Malay Quarters
The Parliament Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Funicular Train Table Mountain for a 360 degree cable car ride (if weather permits)
Hout Bay Take a cruise around the Sentinel Peak(if weather permits)
Simons Town Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
Funicular Train
Paarl Nederburg Wine Cellar
Ostrich Farm



Day 1: Singapore – Johannesburg

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Johannesburg. Fly on board Singapore Airlines where you will enjoy excellent cuisine, latest movies and not forgetting the well-known in-flight services.

Note: Passengers will depart in the early morning of Day 2.


Day 2: Johannesburg – Zimbabwe (L/D)

SIN/JNB                 SQ478                 0130/0610 JNB/LVI                 SA48                1040/1220

Upon arrival into Johannesburg, connect flight to Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls. Upon arrival, take a tour of the Victoria Falls, one of the 7 Wonders of the Natural World. The Victoria Falls forms the largest curtain of falling water on earth measuring 1708m wide and with an average depth of 92m. If conditions are right, the spray plume is 500m high and can be seen from as far as 70km away. In full flood, over 550 million litres of water per minute are cascading over its brink. You will begin with a guided tour of Victoria Fall’s first viewpoint – Devil’s Cataract, and then walk along the route to a different viewpoint, angle and height. After that, visit the unique local village. There we discover the “palace” of the village chief (external viewing), the village prison and the village “hall”, which is actually under a big tree. We also have the opportunity to make family visits for a better appreciation of rural African culture and lifestyle. Our final stop is the village’s art & craft centre, where you can shop for traditional handmade wooden and stone sculptures at bargain prices.


Day 3: Zimbabwe – Botswana – Zimbabwe (B/L/D)

After breakfast, you will cross the border and go to another magnificent African country – Botswana, and visit Chobe Safari Lodge. After which, board a boat and wend your way slowly up the river and explore the channels and sandbars for crocodiles, hippos, elephants and all sorts of birds and animals coming down for their morning drink. In the afternoon, board an open game drive, search for elephants, buffalos, sables, kudus, leopards, lions, waterbucks, impalas, crocodiles and various other animal species. Return to Zimbabwe at sunset for overnight stay.


Zimbabwe – Zambia – Zimbabwe (B/L/D)

After breakfast, go across to Livingstone (Zambia) to view the Victoria Falls again from another point of view. Proceed to the lodge where a variety of optional tours can be arranged.


Day 5: Zimbabwe – Johannesburg – Pretoria – Johannesburg (B/D)

LVI/JNB                 SA49                 1300/1445
After breakfast, take a flight back to Johannesburg. Upon arrival, proceed to Pretoria for city tour, which includes sights like Voortrekker Monument, Church Square and Union Building. Also visit a diamond factory as diamond is also one of the most important minerals discovered in South Africa. In here, you are not only going to see how diamonds are cut and sorted to be sold, but also to learn how to buy one. Return to Johannesburg.


Day 6: Johannesburg – Cape Town (B/L/D)

In the morning, transfer to airport for flight to Cape Town. On arrival, embark on a city tour of this beautiful city where we bring you to Table Mountain for a 360 degree cable car ride (if weather permits) that will give you a breathtaking view overlooking the harbour and Robbin Island. You will also get to visit the historical Malay Quarters and the Parliament. After which, visit the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. With a feel of San Francisco to Cape Town, the vibrant and thoroughly cosmopolitan waterfront development at Table Bay Harbour, which clings to the water’s edge, is a glittering wonderland reclaimed from the sea.


Day 7: Cape Town – Hout Bay – Cape Town (B/Lobster L/D)

Cape Town, en-route Hout Bay. Sun, sea and sand rank high amongst the Cape Peninsula’s draw card. We will pass Sea Point & Clifton where famous Hollywood celebrities’ up-market properties can be seen. At Hout Bay, the magnificent backdrop of Chapman’s Peak will be in front of you. Take a cruise (if weather permits) around the Sentinel Peak, where you will see hundred thousands of seals on the little islands. Arrive at Fishoek for a lobster lunch. After lunch, proceed to Simons Town for spectacular sightings of the African penguins on the seashore right next to the Boulders in Simons Town. Then head to Cape Point – the highlight is the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Nearly 8000 ha of Indigenous fynbos cover the reserve. During spring, this natural garden blooms in a surge of colour. About 1200 plant species have been recorded in the area. Cape Point is the southwestern most point and inspirational tip of Africa. For sheer majesty and excitement, visit to the Peninsula would not be complete without a trip to Cape Point. To reach the view site above Cape Point, take the Funicular Train to the top. Once you reach the base of the old lighthouse, be rewarded with magnificent vistas, taking in the whole of False Bay and the distant Hottentots-Holland Mountains, Danger Point and the surrounding seas.


Day 8: Cape Town (B/Ostrich L/D)

Visit the 2nd oldest town in South Africa – Stellenbosch. Enjoy wine tasting and tour at a wine cellar estate, where you can learn how different wines are made to suit individual taste.Then head northwest to visit an Ostrich Farm. The guide will show you around the ranch, telling you everything you need to know about the big bird. You will get a chance to ride on an Ostrich! A delicious Ostrich lunch will be served at the farm.


Day 9: Cape Town – Singapore (B)

CPT/SIN                 SQ479                     1040/0610+1
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your return flight to Singapore.


Day 10: Arrive Singapore

Arrive in Singapore in the early morning with fond memories of a wonderful tour to Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana& South Africa!

Tours Info

Singapore Airlines (SQ) South African Airways (SA)
Flying hours (Approx)
Singapore –  Johannesburg – 10 hours 45 minutes
Johannesburg –  Zimbabwe – 1 hour 40 minutes
Zimbabwe –  Johannesburg – 1 hour 45 minutes
Cape Town – Singapore – 12 hours 25 minutes  (+ 1 hour 5 minutes Transit in Johannesburg)
Time Difference South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana are 6 hours behind Singapore time.
Passport Travellers must hold an international passport with a minimum validity of six months from the date of departure from each country is required.
VISAS For Singapore & Malaysia passport holders, VISA is not required for entry to Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana & South Africa. However, for other nationalities, kindly check with our office or the embassies directly.
Travel Insurance Travel insurance is highly recommended by us. It covers unforeseen circumstances such as delays, baggage loss, personal accidents, injuries or illnesses. Please approach our staff for your complete insurance needs.
Itinerary subject to changes Itinerary & order of sightseeing tours may be reshuffled due to unforeseen circumstances


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