Your journey begins in Cape Town, staying at the Cape Grace in the vibrant V&A Waterfront. White sand beaches, Table Mountain and the award-winning restaurants of the Cape Winelands are just a few of the treats in store for you in this extraordinarily beautiful city. Next, trade beaches for big game as you jet from Cape Town to the Sabi Sands, where days hold the promise of lion, elephant and leopard sightings; and nights are spent tucked away in your luxurious suite at Savanna Lodge.
Your holiday starts in Cape Town where you’ll be staying at the award-winning Cape Grace hotel. Set on its own private quay in the V&A Waterfront, the Cape Grace has views of either Table Mountain, a luxuy yacht maring or the working harbour. What's more, staying in this sought-after location means you can simply stroll from the hotel to the Waterfront’s many restaurants, shops and markets.
The beautiful city of Cape Town has so much to offer its visitors. Love to explore? Hire a car and drive the Cape Peninsula, stopping at sandy beaches and Cape Point’s dramatic cliffs. Feel energetic? Hike to the top of Table Mountain or go paragliding off Lion’s Head. Looking for an incredible culinary experience? Drive out to the Cape Winelands towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.
Back at the Cape Grace there’s a top-floor spa with sweeping views, the inviting Bascule Bar which stocks over 500 whiskies and an impressive collection of fine wines, a decadent High Tea is served in the library and Signal Restaurant is famous for its innovative cuisine with a unique Cape twist.
A luxury safari is the perfect complement to the beaches and beautiful scenery of Cape Town. For the next four days you’ll be staying in Savanna Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sands – one of the best places in Africa to see the Big 5 (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo).
Set off on morning and afternoon game drives in this magnificent private reserve studded with dams and waterholes. With Savanna’s dedicated rangers and trackers you’re in excellent hands, and have a good chance of seeing not only the Big 5 but a whole host of other big game including cheetah, hyena, hippo, giraffe, zebra and hopefully even a pack of wild dog.
Along with these game drives, another highlight of Savanna is the fantastic staff and extra surprises. The coffee stop on the morning game drive is a real treat, return from your afternoon drive to find a candlelit hot bath, sit down to wonderfully tasty food, and on balmy nights dinner is served under the stars in the traditional boma or even in a lantern-lit clearing in the bush.
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