Luxury Sabi Sand, Cape Town & Vic Falls


  • 3 nights at Lion Sands River Lodge Sabi Sand
  • Daily morning and afternoon safaris
  • 4 nights Cape Town
  • 2 nights Victoria Falls

The vast natural wilderness, excitement of close contact animal encounters, and generous hospitality are signatures of a Lion Sands safari. On to Cape Town, the city with it all – stand in awe of the landscapes, swim with the penguins, go tasting in the winelands, engage with friendly communities, and dine at world’s-best restaurants. End off in Victoria Falls, famed for its genteel living and high-octane pastimes. Between breakfast or afternoon tea on the terrace, take a safari, heli flip, bungee, or lazy cruise on the Zambezi.


From USD$ 3381 per person sharing
Flights not included

Day 1

Arrive in time for check-in a delicious lunch and your first afternoon safari before settling in.

Enjoy high tea before heading out on your first afternoon safari in search of Africa’s wilderness

Return around 7pm in time to freshen up and enjoy a delicious dinner.

Day 2-4

Arise early each morning to make the most of your stay and head out in search of wildlife both early morning and in the afternoon. You will have an optional bushwalk between safaris.

Looking for some romance? Ask us about a night stay at the Treehouse for an unforgettable experience

Day 4-8
Enjoy an early morning safari followed by breakfast before heading out for your flight to the Mother City: Cape Town.
Transfer from Cape Town Airport and check-in to Cape Cadogan for a 4-night stay.
Time in Cape Town is spent at leisure, exploring the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. You can asks us about adding guided visit of the Cape Peninsula and the Cape of Good Hope, a day tour to Mandela’s Prison in Robben Island, or a day spent exploring the winelands around Cape Town
Day 8-10
Fly to Victoria Falls and stay at Livingstone & Stanley on the Zimbabwean side of the falls for a 2 night stay.
From here you will be able to explore the town and this UNESCO world heritage site known in the local language as “Mosi O Tunya” (The Smoke that thunders).