The Best of Southern Africa and Victoria Falls


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South Africa is a country located in the southern part of the African continent. It is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Eswatini. The country has a diverse population of over 59 million people, and its official languages are English, Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, and several other indigenous languages. Victoria Falls is a waterfall located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River, at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is considered one of the largest waterfalls in the world, with a width of 1,708 meters and a height of 108 meters. Victoria Falls is a popular tourist destination, known for its breathtaking views and various outdoor activities, such as bungee jumping, white-water rafting, and helicopter rides. Many people also visit Victoria Falls as part of a larger tour of southern Africa, which may include destinations such as South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia.

Price starting from $ 5999  Ex NEW YORK (JFK)


A South Africa and Victoria Falls tour is a popular travel itinerary that combines the diverse cultural and natural attractions of South Africa with the awe-inspiring beauty of Victoria Falls. The tour typically begins in Cape Town, known for its stunning natural scenery, including Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope. Along the way, travelers can also visit the Cape Winelands, famous for its vineyards and wine-tasting experiences.

From Cape town, the tour continues to Kruger National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa, known for its diverse wildlife and safari experiences. Next visit Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, where travelers can explore the city's history and culture through visits to landmarks such as the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill. From there, travelers may continue on to Victoria Falls, where they can witness the stunning power and beauty of the falls, and enjoy activities such as bungee jumping, white-water rafting, and helicopter rides.

Overall, a South Africa and Victoria Falls tour offers a unique blend of culture, wildlife, and natural beauty, providing travelers with a truly unforgettable experience.


Prepare yourself! You are leaving today for Johannesburg to start your unbelievable Ultimate South Africa Journey.

Welcome to Johannesburg!!!.  Arrival in Johannesburg with transfer to hotel.  Please note that the usual check-in time is 3:00 PM, so you can take some time to settle in and rest. Spend your evening relaxing and getting ready for the exciting sightseeing adventures that await you tomorrow.

Overnight in Johannesburg

After breakfast, meet with the tour guide at the hotel in Johannesburg and depart to explore the vibrant sights and sounds of Soweto and Johannesburg, Africa's economic powerhouse. The tour delves into the political and historical significance of the struggle against apartheid, and visits key memorial sites, such as the Apartheid Museum, Soweto's suburbs, and informal settlements.

Our first stop is at Apartheid Museum, exploring the exhibits that cover the turbulent history of the Apartheid era in South Africa. It offers a comprehensive overview of South Africa's Apartheid era, from the onset of segregation to the implementation of the Apartheid system, and covers all of the factors that have shaped the country's 20th-century history, including the discovery of gold, black consciousness, and the first democratic elections. Next, depart for Mandela House and spend some time touring the national monument and learning about Nelson Mandela's personal life and the families that he lived with from 1946 to 1990.

Continue to Constitutional Hill in Braamfontein, a former prison and military fort that now houses South Africa's Constitutional Court. Explore the isolation cells, where famous political activists such as Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, and Walter Sisulu were held, the Women's Gaol that housed Winnie Mandela and others, and many other cells, as well as the awaiting trial building. Next head to the Hector Peterson Memorial, to pay respects to those who lost their lives during the Soweto uprising, and learn about the pivotal moment in the anti-Apartheid struggle.

The tour concludes with a visit to the cultural hub of Vilakazi Street and the historic suburb of Orlando West before your guide drives you back to your Johannesburg hotel.

Overnight in Johannesburg

After having breakfast in the morning, you will travel to Johannesburg airport to catch your flight to Victoria Falls.  Upon arrival, meet your guide and head to Victoria Falls National Park. The sound of the falls, audible from several kilometers away, will greet you upon entrance to the park. Walk along a paved path that leads to different viewpoints of the falls. The guide will provide information about the geology and history of the area, pointing out the various sections of the falls. Take some time to stop at Devil's Cataract and Main Falls to capture some photographs and enjoy the stunning views. Bring rain gear and be prepared to get wet from the falls. 

The tour includes a visit to the Livingstone Statue and information about the explorer's discovery of the falls. See local wildlife, such as baboons and elephants, in their natural habitat. Once you have explored the falls, take a lunch break at one of the nearby cafes or restaurants. Tour guides can recommend options based on your preferences. Make sure to bring your rain gear and be prepared to get wet from the falls. Afterward, check-in at the hotel, and it's time to relax. 

Add-on: Sunset Dinner Cruise - USD 115 Per person
Evening, enjoy a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River to conclude the day. While sipping on drinks and munching on snacks, admire the sunset over the falls and watch for hippos, crocodiles, as well as other wildlife that come to the river to drink.

Overnight in Victoria Falls

Free day at leisure. You can choose to explore the town and its surroundings, visit local markets, or simply relax and enjoy the amenities at your hotel. For those interested in wildlife, pre-book one of our suggested Add-ons such as the Chobe National Full day trip including lunch

Add-on – Full-day Chobe National Park day trip including lunch  - USD 195 Per person

This exciting day trip heads over the border into Botswana to provide an opportunity to explore one of Africa’s greatest wildlife destinations, the Chobe National Park. The day is spent cruising down the life-giving Chobe River on the lookout for the diverse range of animals that make their way down to the river to drink as well as passing by river inhabitants – the crocodiles and hippos. A fantastic destination for all wildlife lovers, photographers, and birders, this experience continues with a fabulous lunch at a lodge on the river’s edge before heading back into the national park in safari vehicles for even more game viewing and finally, the transfer back to your lodge.

Overnight in Victoria Falls

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the flight to Mpumalanga. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your lodge in Africa's Iconic Kruger National Park.

Mpumalanga, which means "the place where the sun rises" in Zulu, is a magnificent province of South Africa. It boasts stunning canyons, rivers, mountains, and impressive caves that visitors can explore. Some of the world's top nature reserves, including the Kruger National Park, are located here, providing opportunities to encounter African wildlife and appreciate the breathtaking scenery. In addition, the province features charming towns nestled among lush valleys, orchards, and cascading mountains, allowing visitors to experience the vibrant culture and cuisine of South Africa. Mpumalanga offers a wealth of sights and experiences for those who seek to immerse themselves in the full spectrum of natural beauty, wildlife, and small-town charm.

Unwind at the lodge this evening and enjoy dinner.

Overnight in Mapumalanga

Indulge in a scrumptious breakfast and get ready for an exhilarating morning safari at the Kruger National Park, one of Africa's vast game reserves. To witness the animals in their most active state, wake up early and venture out in an open vehicle with an experienced guide, who will show you the various landscapes ranging from grassy plains to riverine forests.

During the safari, be on the lookout for the "Big Five," which includes lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, and rhinos, as well as giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and diverse bird species. Enhance your knowledge of the animal's habitat and behavior and get a better understanding of the delicate equilibrium of life in the African wilderness.

Once the safari is over, head back to the lodge for a relaxed lunch and some free time to unwind and appreciate the natural surroundings.

Evening enjoy dinner at the lodge.

Overnight in Mapumalanga

After breakfast, we will leave the lodge and drive to Johannesburg, but first, we will take the scenic route through the famous Panorama Route. This is a stunning drive that offers breathtaking views of the Blyde River Canyon, the third-largest canyon in the world, as well as waterfalls, natural rock formations, and lush vegetation. We will stop at various viewpoints along the way, including God's Window, where you can see the magnificent vistas of the Lowveld and the Drakensberg Mountains.

We will also visit Bourke's Luck Potholes, a series of natural rock formations created by centuries of erosion, and the charming town of Pilgrim's Rest, a living museum of the gold rush era. Along the way, we'll have the opportunity to purchase souvenirs and support local vendors.

We'll stop for lunch (At own expense) at a local restaurant before continuing our journey to Johannesburg airport for your flight to Cape Town. Upon arrival in Cape Town, transfer to the hotel. The evening is at leisure. 

Overnight in Cape Town

The day is free at leisure. Cape Town has plenty of things to see and do to make the most of your time.  Explore the V&A Waterfront, wander around the shops, cafe and restaurants, or pre-boo one of our suggested Add-ons - 

Add-on Robben Island tour : USD 70 Per person

A Robben Island tour is a must-do activity when visiting Cape Town. Here's some information about the tour:  Robben Island is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a symbol of South Africa's struggle against apartheid. It's located in Table Bay, about 7 kilometers from Cape Town. The island served as a prison for political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela, for nearly five decades. Today, it's a museum and a popular tourist attraction.
The tour to Robben Island starts with a ferry ride from the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. The journey takes about 30 minutes, and you'll be able to enjoy stunning views of Table Mountain and the city skyline along the way.
Once you arrive on the island, you'll be taken on a guided tour by a former political prisoner, who will share their personal experiences and give you insights into life on the island. You'll visit the prison cells, including Nelson Mandela's cell, and learn about the harsh conditions and the prisoners' daily routines.
The tour also includes a visit to the island's museum, where you can see exhibits about the island's history and the anti-apartheid struggle. The tour takes about 3.5 hours in total, including the ferry ride.
It's recommended to book your Robben Island tour in advance, especially during peak tourist season, as tickets can sell out quickly. It's also important to note that the tour is weather dependent, and the ferry ride may be canceled or delayed in case of adverse weather conditions.
Visiting Robben Island is a moving and informative experience that offers a glimpse into South Africa's past and the struggle for freedom and equality.

Add-on Winelands Tour including Lunch: USD 95 Per person
Experiencing the attractions of the Cape Winelands is an essential part of any visit to the Cape. A half-day tour of Stellenbosch, the country's top wine region, is highly recommended. The town is steeped in history and features a beautiful blend of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture, with a modern atmosphere. This area, known as South Africa's golden triangle for winemaking, produces a range of exceptional wines, including reds, whites, blends, and sparkling wines. The region is also renowned for its stunning scenery, fantastic cuisine, and friendly locals. This tour is a perfect addition to any trip to Cape Town and should not be missed.

Overnight in Cape Town

After breakfast, meet your guide and embark on a full-day tour of the Cape Peninsula. The first stop is Hout Bay, a picturesque coastal suburb that boasts a vibrant fishing harbor. A boat ride to Seal Island is available at an additional cost.
Next, drive along Chapman’s Peak, a scenic coastal road that offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the rugged coastline. Stop at the Cape of Good Hope, the most southwestern point of the African continent, and take a short hike to the lighthouse for panoramic views of the coastline.
After lunch at a local restaurant (own expense), visit Boulders Beach to see the African penguin colony. This is a unique opportunity to see these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat.
Next, head to the historic naval village of Simon’s Town and visit the South African Naval Museum. Finally, on the way back to Cape Town, take a scenic drive through the affluent suburb of Constantia, known for its world-renowned wine estates. The tour ends with drop-off at your hotel in the late afternoon
Evening, take a stroll around the harbor and enjoy the views of Table Mountain and the ocean

Overnight in Cape Town

Enjoy your breakfast this morning. Today proceed on a comprehensive tour of Cape Town that covers some of the city's most iconic landmarks and cultural sites, a full-day tour that includes Table Mountain, Langa Township, District Six, and Bo-Kaap.  Begin with a visit to Table Mountain, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, where you can take a cable car or hike to the top and enjoy breathtaking views of the city and surrounding landscape.

Next, you'll head to Langa Township, one of the oldest and largest townships in South Africa. Here, you'll get a glimpse of daily life in a township, visit a local market, and meet with community members to learn about the challenges and opportunities facing these communities.

After Langa Township, you'll visit District Six, a former residential area that was forcibly removed and destroyed during apartheid. Today, the district serves as a memorial and a testament to the resilience of its former residents. You'll hear stories about the district's history and the impact of apartheid on South Africa.

Finally, the tour will end with a visit to the colorful Bo-Kaap neighborhood, known for its vibrant houses and Cape Malay culture. Here, you'll visit a museum, explore the narrow streets, and learn about the area's rich history and traditions.

This full-day tour offers a unique perspective on Cape Town's past and present and is a great way to experience the diversity and complexity of this beautiful city.

Overnight in Cape Town 

No matter what you choose to do on your free day in Cape Town, there's something for everyone. Visit the V&A Waterfront a popular shopping, dining, and entertainment hub in Cape Town. With a wide range of shops, restaurants, cafes, and attractions, you can easily spend a full day exploring this vibrant area or exploring the city center, filled with historic buildings, museums, and cultural landmarks. Take a stroll down Adderley Street, visit the South African Museum, or stop by the Castle of Good Hope for a dose of history and culture.

Relax on the beach: Cape Town has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Head to Camps Bay, Clifton, or Muizenberg for a day of sun, sand, and surf.

Later this evening enjoy Dinner and entertainment at the Gold Restaurant, an Interactive Djembe Drumming, and 14 Dish African feast. This Cape Town restaurant is a popular restaurant that offers a unique African dining experience. The restaurant features traditional African cuisine, live entertainment, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Gold Restaurant offers a set menu that includes a variety of traditional African dishes. The menu changes regularly, but you can expect to find dishes like bobotie, sosaties, and pap en vleis. They also cater to vegetarian and vegan diets. Entertainment: The restaurant features live African entertainment, including traditional music and dancing. The performers interact with diners and create a fun and festive atmosphere. Overall, dinner at Gold Restaurant in Cape Town is a memorable and enjoyable experience. With its delicious food, lively entertainment, and warm hospitality, it's no surprise that it's a popular spot for both locals and tourists alike

Overnight in Cape Town

Today marks the end of your incredible tour of South Africa and Victoria Falls. This morning your tour concludes after breakfast. At the appropriate time, you will be transferred to the airport for your homeward flight.



Pioneers Lodge Victoria Falls

Pioneers Lodge Victoria Falls is a charming and rustic accommodation option located in a tranquil setting just a few minutes drive from Victoria Falls. The lodge offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the town and is an ideal base for exploring the region's natural wonders.

The lodge consists of 13 thatched-roof chalets, each with its own en-suite bathroom and private veranda. The chalets are decorated in a classic African style and are equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioning, ceiling fans, and mosquito nets. The lodge also has a central area with a restaurant, bar, and lounge, as well as a swimming pool and garden.

The restaurant serves a variety of delicious meals, including both African and international cuisine, and uses fresh local ingredients whenever possible. The bar is well-stocked with a selection of wines, beers, and spirits, and is the perfect place to relax and socialize after a day of exploring.

The lodge offers a range of activities and tours, including visits to Victoria Falls, game drives in nearby national parks, river cruises, and cultural experiences. The friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to help guests plan their activities and make the most of their stay.

Overall, Pioneers Lodge Victoria Falls offers a comfortable and authentic African experience with warm hospitality, excellent service, and a serene atmosphere.

Southern Sun Rose Bank

Southern Sun Rosebank is a hotel located in the upscale Rosebank suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is a 4-star hotel that offers guests comfortable accommodation and a range of amenities to make their stay enjoyable.

The hotel features 318 rooms and suites, all of which are equipped with air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and en-suite bathrooms. The rooms are decorated in a modern style and offer views of the surrounding area.

Southern Sun Rosebank also has several on-site dining options, including a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a bar that offers a variety of drinks and snacks. Other amenities include a fitness center, an outdoor pool, and a business center with conference facilities.

The hotel is conveniently located near many of Johannesburg's popular attractions, including the Rosebank Mall, the Johannesburg Zoo, and the Apartheid Museum. It is also just a short drive away from the Sandton business district and the O.R. Tambo International Airport.

Overall, Southern Sun Rosebank is a great choice for travelers who want to stay in a comfortable and convenient location while visiting Johannesburg.

Kurger Gate Hotel

Kruger Gate Hotel is a hotel located near the entrance of Kruger National Park in South Africa. The hotel is situated just 100 meters from the Paul Kruger Gate, which is one of the most popular entry points into the park.

The hotel features 96 rooms and suites, all of which are decorated in a classic African style and offer guests stunning views of the surrounding bushveld. Each room is equipped with air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffee making facilities.

Kruger Gate Hotel also has a range of amenities for guests to enjoy, including an outdoor pool, a restaurant, a bar, and a spa. The hotel's restaurant offers a variety of local and international cuisine, while the bar is a great place to relax and enjoy a drink after a long day of exploring the park.

One of the biggest advantages of staying at Kruger Gate Hotel is its proximity to Kruger National Park. The hotel offers easy access to the park, which is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including the Big Five (elephant, lion, leopard, rhinoceros, and Cape buffalo). Guests can go on game drives or guided walks to see these animals up close in their natural habitat.

Overall, Kruger Gate Hotel is a great choice for travelers who want to experience the beauty of Kruger National Park while staying in a comfortable and convenient location.

Southern Sun Water Front

Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel is a 4-star hotel located in the heart of Cape Town's waterfront district in South Africa. The hotel is situated just a short walk away from popular attractions such as the V&A Waterfront shopping center, the Cape Town International Convention Centre, and the Two Oceans Aquarium.

The hotel features 537 rooms and suites, all of which are modern and well-appointed. Each room is equipped with air conditioning, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi, and en-suite bathrooms with a shower and bathtub. The rooms also offer views of the city or the harbor.

Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel has a range of facilities for guests to enjoy, including an outdoor pool, a fitness center, a restaurant, and a bar. The hotel's restaurant, Yizani, serves a variety of local and international cuisine, while the bar is a great place to relax with a drink after a busy day of exploring the city.

One of the biggest advantages of staying at Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel is its location. The hotel is within easy walking distance of many of Cape Town's most popular attractions, as well as a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options. It is also just a short drive away from the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay, as well as Table Mountain.

Overall, Southern Sun Waterfront Hotel is a great choice for travelers who want to stay in a comfortable and convenient location while exploring Cape Town's many attractions.


  • 10 Nights’ Accommodation in listed hotels or similar based on DBL / TWN sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast
  • 4 Dinners
  • Entrance to the attractions as specified in the itinerary.
  • Transport in private / scheduled touring vehicles
  • Services of English-speaking driver/ guide for all transfers and sightseeing
  • International Return Airfare ex New York ( Please check with us for pricing from other cities)
  • Regional airfare – Cape Town to Mpumalanga (Kruger National park), Johannesburg to Victoria Falls
  • Air taxes and fuel surcharges
  • All local applicable taxes



  • All other meals
  • All other sightseeing or Services
  • Gratuities for meals, tourist guides, drivers
  • Beverages during the meals
  • Visa fee
  • Travel Insurance
  • Covid Testing fees (RTPCR)
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic and other beverages, telephone calls, and laundry
  • Any other services or Items not mentioned above as included
  • Local city taxes if applicable to be paid directly at hotels upon check out

Add On Service

Optional Tour

Halfday Winelands tour (Minimum 2 Pax) - Day 5 - CAPE TOWN Special
+ $ 95 / person
Full day Chobe day Trip including Lunch (Minimum 10 Pax) - Day 11 - VICTORIA FALLSSpecial
+ $ 225 / person


Visa requirements: Check if you need a visa before traveling to South Africa and Victoria Falls, as the requirements may vary depending on your nationality.

Safety precautions: South Africa and Zimbabwe are generally safe for tourists, but it's always a good idea to be cautious and aware of your surroundings. Keep valuables out of sight and avoid walking alone at night. 

Health concerns: Check with your doctor or a travel health clinic to see what vaccinations are recommended for your trip. Malaria is a concern in some areas of South Africa and Zimbabwe, so take appropriate precautions. In terms of drinking water, tap water is generally safe to drink in major cities and tourist areas. However, it is recommended to check with the locals or hotel staff about the quality of tap water in smaller towns or rural areas. If you prefer, bottled water is widely available for purchase in South Africa. It is also recommended to avoid drinking water from streams, rivers, or lakes as it may contain harmful bacteria.

Climate and seasons: South Africa has a generally mild climate, but temperatures can vary greatly depending on the region and time of year. Victoria Falls has a tropical climate with high humidity and rainfall. Be sure to check the weather forecast for your destination and pack accordingly.

Culture and customs: South Africa is a culturally diverse country with 11 official languages. Be respectful of local customs and traditions, especially when visiting cultural sites and interacting with locals.

Currency: South Africa's currency is the rand, while Zimbabwe uses the US dollar. Be sure to have enough local currency on hand for your trip, and consider bringing a credit card for a larger purchases

Driving: South Africa has left-hand traffic, and it is recommended to have an international driving permit if you plan on renting a car.

Electricity: The voltage in South Africa is 220-240V and the power outlets are Type M, which have three round pins. It is recommended to bring a universal adapter if you plan on using electronic devices.

Language: English is widely spoken in South Africa and Zimbabwe, but there are many other official languages and dialects. It's always a good idea to learn a few key phrases in the local language.

Time Zone: South Africa has only one time zone, which is South African Standard Time (SAST). SAST is 2 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+2), and it does not observe daylight saving time.

Cuisine: South Africa has a diverse food culture that reflects its multicultural society. Traditional South African dishes include braai (barbecue), biltong (dried meat), boerewors (sausage), bobotie (spiced minced meat), and bredie (stew). In addition to traditional dishes, South Africa also has a wide range of international cuisine options, including Indian, Italian, Chinese, and more.

Payment Policy

Deposit:           US$ 500 per person [Non-refundable / Non-transferrable]

Deposit Date:   May 5, 2023

50% Deposit:    2nd April 2024

Full Balance:     6th June 2024

(Once the deposit is paid, the travelers can then pay any amount on any date. Travelers to ensure that the payment deadlines are met as above)

Insurance Policy

We encourage everyone who books a VOYAGES HUB TOURS package, regardless of age or tour choice, to obtain a travel protection plan. While you intend to take that once-in-a-lifetime trip, illness, family emergencies, and other factors can derail your best-laid plans.

VOYAGES HUB TOURS has partnered with Trip Mate for U.S. residents to offer a Travel Protection Plan, which includes insurance benefits and non-insurance travel assistance services. This plan includes trip cancellation, trip interruption, emergency medical evacuation and repatriation, accident and sickness medical expenses (COVID-19 is covered the same as any other sickness), baggage and personal effects baggage delay, and travel delay coverage. It also includes non-insurance travel assistance services provided by Generali Global Assistance's 24-hour, 365 days a year. 

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Cancellation Policy

  • Up to 145 days before departure: $500 per person Non-Refundable / Non-transferrable Deposit + interruption insurance cost (if purchased)
  • 120-144 days before departure: 50% of the cost per person
  • 60-119 days before departure: 80% of the cost per person
  • 59 days or fewer before departure: No refund is available.

Note: A person becoming single because of the roommate’s cancellation must pay the single supplement


My trip to South Africa and Victoria Falls was a dream come true, and VoyagesHub made it all possible. From the moment I arrived, everything was taken care of, and I didn't have to worry about a thing. The tour was well-organized and informative, and the guides were knowledgeable and friendly. The accommodations were top-notch, and the food was delicious. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience

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The South Africa and Victoria Falls tour exceeded all of my expectations. The natural beauty of the region is breathtaking, and the wildlife sightings were incredible. VoyagesHub went above and beyond to ensure that we had the best possible experience, from the transportation to the accommodations. I particularly enjoyed the sunset cruise on the Zambezi River - it was truly magical. I would definitely travel with VoyagesHub again and recommend them to anyone

Chris T verified

I had an amazing time on the South Africa and Victoria Falls tour with VoyagesHub. The itinerary was well-planned, and the activities were diverse and interesting. The tour guides were friendly and knowledgeable, and they made the experience even more enjoyable. The accommodations were comfortable and located in beautiful settings. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone looking for an adventure in Africa

Irene and Mike verified

I recently went on the South Africa and Victoria Falls tour with VoyagesHub, and it was an unforgettable experience. The tour was well-organized, and everything ran smoothly. The highlights for me were the game drives in Kruger National Park and the visit to Victoria Falls - both were incredible. The accommodations were great, and the food was delicious. The tour guides were knowledgeable and passionate about their work, which made the experience even more special. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone looking for an African adventure

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