Day 1 (March, 26th)
After we've arrived at Cape Town, we'll get a transfer to the Simonstown guesthouse having a break for a swim in the ocean along the way. Later in the evening we'll have a dinner in the restaurant enjoying majestic ocean views and thus our African trip will begin.
Day 2 (March, 27th)
Ever heard of the Cape of Storms? That's the way sailors used to call the Cape of Good Hope and today we're going to visit this landmark. Get ready to feel the spray of waves of both Indian and Atlantic oceans and then have some fun swimming, sunbathing and mingling with penguins on a sandy beach! We'll also explore Cape Town itself, of course. The city where the two oceans meet is definitely worth seeing.
Day 3 (March, 28th)
This day is reserved for the Table mountain, which is located on the south bank of the Table bay to the south-west from Cape Town. The Table Mountain is officially on the list of the new seven wonders of the world and it's the landmark's silhouette that you can see depicted on the flag of Cape Town. After we've completed the hiking route we'll spend some time on one of Cape Town's numerous beaches.
Day 4 (March, 29th)
Get ready to gear up and interact with local fauna closer than ever as we dive in the waters of Hout Bay to get surrounded by fur seals. No worries, though: these curious creatures are only there to make friends with you. Steve Benjamin, a marine biologist, will make sure you get to know something new about these furry buddies and show how to handle the wetsuits, masks and flippers if needed.
Day 5 (March, 30th)
Early in the morning we'll go to the beach. Today we'll spend time sunbathing and swimming with the masks on in kelp forests.
Day 6 (March, 31st)
Transfer to the airport and leaving Africa. But you can go with us further – to Namibia!
Arrival at Windhoek.
Day 7 (April, 1st)
We'll move to Etosha national park to set up the camp at a designated campsite with showers, cafes and even a pool and later in the evening have a delicious open fire cooked meal.
Day 8 (April, 2nd)
Let the safari officially begin. We'll watch loads of animals, rest at the pool and then watch animals come to a watering spot, which is well-lit so that you could see more details.
Day 9 (April, 3rd)
It's going to take a while to get to the Namib desert, so when we have arrived we'll set up the camp at a designated campsite and have some rest.
Day 10 (April, 4th)
You'll walk up a huge sand dune to see the sunrise and head for the Death Valley at dawn. In the evening you'll witness how gorgeous the dunes are in the sunset while having rest at the campsite after the long walk.
Day 11 (April, 5th)
It's time to get back to Windhoek.
Day 12 (April, 6th)
And then catch our flight back to the South African Republic.