Arrival in Cape Town , meeting at the airport with signs with a Russian-speaking guide.
Transfer and hotel accommodation. Rest.
Accommodation: Radisson Red Hotel, Food Breakfast
09.00 - Excursion to the Cape of Good Hope (all day with a Russian guide).
On the Cape Peninsula there is a reserve of Good Hope. After driving a little more than 50 kilometers, you get to the southernmost tip of the peninsula, to the legendary Cape Cape. From two hundred meters high, standing at the old lighthouse, you can see how the waters of the Indian and Atlantic oceans converge on the horizon. The tour includes a cruise to the island of fur seals in the town of Hout Bay, a penguin colony and the Cape of Good Hope reserve.
*** Entrance tickets not included ***
17.00 - Return to the hotel. Rest
Hotel accommodation: Radisson Red Hotel 4 *, food breakfast
09.00 - Sightseeing tour of Cape Town and the legendary Vineyard Valley (all day with a Russian guide).
Cape Town is called "Mother City" - "Mother of African cities", because it is from here that the colonial history of South Africa begins. Here you will learn the most interesting facts about apartheid politics and get acquainted with the multinational South Africa. You will pass through the historical center of the city, the famous Aderli street with its many monuments, you will see an ancient fortress, the first building built by Europeans in southern Africa. Take a walk along the famous promenade of Victoria and Alfred. The tour includes a visit to Table Mountain, where you can take the cable car (depending on weather conditions). The mountain offers a stunning view that will remain in your memory for a lifetime.
*** A funicular ticket to the table mountain is paid on the spot ***
Wine farm stops, where you can get acquainted with the local winemaking traditions and taste the best South African wines if you wish. Delicious wine, delicious food, colonial history and stunning views - these words can express the essence of a trip through the vineyards of Western Cape.
Return to the hotel. Rest.
17.00 - Return to the hotel. Rest.
Hotel accommodation: Radisson Red Hotel 4 *, food breakfast
Return to Nairobi.
If you wish, we recommend visiting the Sheldrick nursery and the giraffe center.
Accommodation at the hotel, meals breakfast:
Four points by Sheraton
Independent walks to Victoria Falls (entrance for hotel guests is FREE).
Optional optional excursions to choose from:
- Helicopter flight over the waterfall.
- Shopping in the market and getting to know the daily life of Zimbambians living in the surrounding villages.
- Fishing in the Zambezi.
- Tarzanka (110 m).
- Canoeing or rafting.
- Livingston Island and bathing in the Devil’s bath.
- Walking with the lions
- Interactive communication with elephants.
- All kinds of adrenaline "gurneys" in the gorge of a waterfall.
- Dinner at the traditional Boma restaurant, which serves African game. After a hearty dinner, take part in an interactive drum show.
Accommodation: Avani Victoria Falls Resort, Food Breakfast
Transfer to Livingston Airport. Depart to Nairobi. Upon arrival, a meeting with an English-speaking guide and departure to Lake Naivasha (1.5 hours + -). Upon arrival at the lodge, accommodation, relaxation.
Naivasha is a unique freshwater volcanic lake located in the famous Rift Rift Valley. Its shores are densely populated by the inhabitants of the equatorial forests. About 450 species of birds live in the park, including snow-white herons, flocks of pelicans, Egyptian geese, ibises and other birds. And along the shores of the lake you can see graceful giraffes, herds of antelopes. Hippos live in the water. Antelopes graze on the green lawn and monkey frolic. And at night and in the morning you will hear the grunts of hippos.
Lake boat cruise.
Accommodation: Lake Naivasha Country club, full board meals.
In the morning drive to Masai Mara. By lunch, arrival at the lodge, accommodation, rest, lunch.
Exciting photo-hunting and observation of animals in their natural habitat. Millions of mammals live in the park, including the largest on our planet. You will see herds of elephants, prides of lions, as well as unusual birds, large herds of buffalo, zebras and antelopes. Graceful giraffes and fast cheetahs, this is not a complete list of the inhabitants of the park, which you can see at close range.
Accommodation: Keekorok lodge or similar full board meals
Full day at Masai Mara National Park.
This park can rightfully be proud of the world's largest population of lions.
Approximate daily routine:
In the morning, hot tea, coffee snacks, then departure for a safari. Duration is about 3-3.5 hours, depending on what gets in the way. Return to the lodge, breakfast, relaxation. Lunch.
At 15-30 tea with snacks, then departure for an evening safari. Return to dinner, rest.
What you can see on safari:
The landscapes of the reserve are grandiose, the territory is divided into 3 large ecosystems: savannah, bush and river beds. In the savannah you will see large herds of wildebeests, zebras, Thompson gazelles, swamps and buffalos. Closer to the rivers trees appear, there live giraffes, water goats, elephants and bushboks. Acacia forests grow along the Mara and Talek rivers. Hippos and crocodiles live in the rivers. The bush is inhabited by impalas, rhinos and dik-dik. As for the lions and other predators, they live everywhere, but especially like the thickets of acacia. Here you can see all the representatives of the "Big African Five" (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, elephant).
- balloon flight with champagne
- Visit to the Masai village (an indigenous tribe, common in Kenya and Tanzania)
- walking safari with the huntsman
Accommodation: Keekorok Lodge, Full Board meals
Return to Nairobi. At will, visit Sheldrick's elephant nursery and giraffe center.
* For those who want to continue their vacation on the ocean, you can immediately fly to Mombasa or to Zanzibar.
Accommodation: Four Points by Sheraton or similar, food breakfast.
Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Nairobi airport, flight home or continued relaxation on the Indian Ocean (Zanzibar, Mombasa).