15D12N Kenya + HRE + VFA + SA

15D12N Kenya + HRE + VFA + SA
Day 1: 

From Japan fly to Hong Kong, connect flight to Nairobi

Day 2:

Arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, drive through the main farming
areas of Kenya with coffee and pineapple plantations to the Aberdares.
Arrive at Aberdare Country Club or
Outspan hotel in time for lunch.
After lunch transfer to the tree hotel with game viewing en-route. The rest of the afternoon will be spent viewing animals from the lounge as they come to salt lick. Aberdare is at 7,000 feet above sea level and its habitat ranges from forest, thick bamboo to open moorland. Breathtaking waterfalls, brightly colored birds, a fascinating and diverse plant world and gorgeous scenery make this national park both lovely and intriguing. Established as a national park in 1950, Aberdare lies around two high peaks, Kinangop and Lesatima, with almost 50 kilometers of high moors stretching mistily between them. Melanistic black leopard, serval and genet can be found here, but are both shy and rare. Also found are buffalo, rhino, elephant, Colubus monkey, bush pig and wart hog. Birding is excellent with brightly colored parrots, francolin, the strutting secretary bird and green ibis are being present among other species. Raptors such as the rufous sparrow hawk, goshawk, buzzards and the crowned eagle scour the moors for prey.
Dinner at the lodge
Overnight: Treetops Lodge or The Ark or Serena Mountain Lodge

Day 3:

Drive via Nyahururu to Lake Nakuru National Park famous for the thousands of greater and lesser flamingos.
Lunch at the lodge or camp
Afternoon game drive, beside the flamingos the park also provides sanctuary for Rhino, Rothschild giraffe and Leopard.
Dinner at the lodge or camp
Overnight: Lake Nakuru or around

Day 4:

Breakfast at the lodge or camp
Drive along the floor of the Great Rift Valley to the world famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve offering wonderful scenery and plenty of game.
Lunch at the lodge or camp
Afternoon games drive in the park to view the many animals as well as birds.
Dinner at the lodge or camp
Overnight: Masai Mara or around

Day 5:

Full day spend in Maasai Mara with morning and afternoon game drives.
All meals at the lodge or camp
Overnight: Masai Mara or around

Day 6:

Breakfast at the lodge or camp
Back to Nairobi to arrive in time for lunch
Thereafter depart for Nairobi city tour, visit Railway museum, Giraffe Center, Karen Blixen Museum was once the centre piece of a farm at the foot of the Ngong Hills owned by Danish Author Karen and her Swedish Husband, Baron Bror von Blixen Fincke. Located 10km from the city centre, the Museum belongs to a different time period in the history of Kenya. The farm house gained international fame with the release of the movie 'Out of Africa' an Oscar winning film based on Karen's an autobiography by the same title.
Dinner at Carnivore Restaurant
enjoy the game meats
Overnight: Nairobi

Day 7: 

Breakfast at the hotel or packed breakfast box
Transfer to airport, take flight to Harare
Harare city tour, free at leisure
Overnight: Harare

Day 8:

Breakfast at the hotel or packed breakfast box
Transfer to Harare Airport, check in flight to Victoria Falls
Sunset Cruise - As you glide down the river in the gathering dark of the sunset, it is not a time for talking, but rather of absorbing the serenity of one of the most beautiful places on mother earth. Snacks and local beers and soft drinks are served as the guests enjoy the Zambezi River.
Enjoy a relaxing cruise as the sunsets over the sparkling water of the Zambezi River. Only you can capture the beauty of the sun setting over Kandahar Island, whether through your eyes or that of your camera.
Dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Victoria Falls

Day 9:

Breakfast at the hotel
Proceed Victoria falls tour from Zimbabwean side and Zambian side, a stop at the "Big Tree", an ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, the tour kicks off with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil's Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full length of the Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.
Livingstone city tour includes Livingstone Museum, Maramba Market, etc……
Boma dinner - Partially open to the African skies and sheltered by the indigenous Gusu forest lies the award winning Boma restaurant.
This offers a unique African experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa - together with the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and its people. Specializing in a superb selection of traditional Zimbabwean dishes, fish, a variety of game meat and potjiekos (hunter's stew) - as well as vegetarian meals - diners are invited to sample such ethnic delicacies as deep fried kapenta and groundnuts.
Traditional customs, such as local beer tasting and pre-dinner handwashing, are observed while the sights and Ndebele performers who captivate diners with their vibrant and energetic songs and dance accentuate sounds of the evening.
Steeped in mystery, a witchdoctor adds a touch of drama and after dinner guests are invited to wile away the evening with the restaurant's sangoma - a traditional storyteller - to learn more about the country's folklore, culture and heritage.
Overnight: Victoria Falls

Day 10:

Breakfast at the hotel
Transfer to Victoria Falls Airport, check in flight to Johannesburg
Lunch on board
Check in hotel,
dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Johannesburg

Day 11:

Breakfast at the hotel
Pretoria city tour where you will visit the Voortrekker Monument which dominates the
Pretoria skyline. You will also drive by the Union Buildings where the historical
Buildings where historical inauguration of President Nelson Mandela took place and
Church Square- a street where many historical buildings have been well preserved.
Transfer to Johannesburg Airport, check in flight to Cape Town - "the Mother City"
Check in hotel
Dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Cape Town

Day 12:

Breakfast at the hotel
Transfer to the Cable Station where you'll have the opportunity to reach the top of Table Mountain where famous in the world (weather permitting). Enjoy the crisp air and clear visibility as you savor what must be an experience of a lifetime. Your guide will
accompany with you to the top of the mountain and point out the landmarks from on
world's most famous views.
Visit Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa. The heart of the town lies
somewhere near the oak-lined Dorp Street, with its venerable old buildings.
Lunch at Moyo Restaurant in Spier Wine Estate
After lunch, visit one of winery to know the knowledge of wines and do wine tasting.
V&A Waterfront - Life in Cape Town centers around the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
a working harbour, historical site and pulsating place of gathering. It offers everything
from unmarked shopping malls, arts and crafts markets, theatres, live music to
entertainment. Enjoy your leisure time.
Overnight: Cape Town

Day 13:

Breakfast at the hotel
Depart on a full day tour of the Cape Peninsula. This tour brings you to the Atlantic
suburbs, Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay to Hout Bay, where you embark on a boat
ride to Seal Island, if weather permits.
Lobster lunch
Then proceed to Mineral World, a gemstone factory.
Drive along False Bay to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve before reaching Cape
Point, and ascend to the highest point. Continue the tour driving into Boulders Beach and see the penguins. Drive past Simon's Town, an old naval base, Muizenberg, back to
Cape Town.
Japanese dinner
Overnight: Cape Town

Day 14:

Breakfast at the hotel
Free at leisure
Transfer to Cape Town Airport, check in flight to Johannesburg
Connect flight to Hong Kong
Overnight: on board 

Day 15:

Connect flight to Japan. 

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