Depart from London to Johannesburg. On arrival, meet your Tour Escorts and transfer to the motorhome depot to pick up your vehicle and drive to the first campsite (47 miles). Overnight Pretoria campsite.
Travel to Sabie (230 miles) through the Long Tom Pass, famous for battles between the Boers and the British. Visit the waterfalls at Graskop or Sabie or explore the Sudwala caves. Enjoy a welcome group dinner in the campsite restaurant. Overnight Sabie campsite.
Travel north to Blydepoort (61 miles) – plenty of time to explore the Blyde River Canyon and admire the Three Rondavels. Make a detour to see Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Overnight Blyde River campsite.
On to the Kruger National Park (121 miles) world famous for its diverse wildlife including the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo), where we will overnight at three different campgrounds with leisurely 40-70 mile drives in between and a sunset safari on day 5. Take your time and park up at one of the many watering holes for your lunch and let the wildlife come to you. Overnight three Kruger Park campsites.
Head out of Kruger for an overnight in Tshipise (132 miles) before crossing the border into Botswana at the Martin's Drift border (188 miles). Overnight Tshipise and Martin's Drift Border campsites.
Heading north through Botswana, we stop at Francistown (178 miles), Botswana’s second city and Nata (115 miles), famous for its birdlife. Overnight Francistown and Nata campsites.
Two nights in Chobe National Park (197 miles), with one of the largest game concentrations in Africa. Included is a game drive to view the animals. Overnight Kasane campsite.
Today we will travel by coach to see the spectacular Victoria Falls, enjoy a sunset cruise and spend the night in a lodge in Zimbabwe. Overnight Victoria Falls Hotel.
Leave the hotel in Zimbabwe and return by coach to your motorhome in Kasane. Overnight Kasane campsite.
Travel though the Caprivi Strip in Namibia calling in at Katima Mulilo (84 miles), Mahangu (213 miles) and Grootfontein (259 miles). Included is a sunset boat trip in Mahangu. Overnight Katima Mulilo, Mahangu and Grootfontein campsites.
We spend the next three days travelling through Etosha National Park, noted for elephant, zebra, lion and springbok (247 miles). Overnight Namutoni, Halali and Etosha campsites.
Explore Damaraland as we travel to Khorixas (136 miles) and Uis (72 miles). Visit Twyfelfontein with its ancient rock art. Overnight Khorixas and Uis campsites.
Time to catch your breath by the seaside with a three night stay in Swakopmund (121 miles), the second largest town in Namibia. Included is a dolphin cruise where you will see dolphins and pelicans. Overnight Swakopmund campsite.
Back into the desert into Namib Naukluft Park (178 miles) – where you’ll spend the night in Solitaire. Overnight Solitaire campsite.
Two short drives (50 miles and 68 miles) but with fantastic scenery as we travel to Sesriem – near to the world-famous Sossusvlei dunes and Sesriem Canyon. Head out of the desert to Betta. Overnight Sesriem and Betta campsites.
Head out of the National Park to Aus (133 miles). Overnight Aus campsite.
Head towards the magnificent Fish River Canyon and drive to Ai-Ais (214 miles). 100 miles long and up to 550 metres deep, it is Africa's answer to the Grand Canyon. Spend the day exploring the natural beauty and wonder of the Fish River Canyon area or relax at the spa. Overnight Ai-Ais campsite.
Leave Namibia and enter South Africa’s West coast and head for Springbok (190 miles) Overnight Springbok campsite.
Continue south through the heart of Namaqualand to Citrusdal (242 miles), famous for its citrus fruit. Overnight Citrusdal campsite.
Follow the road to Melkbosstrand (98 miles) and admire the views out to sea. Keep an eye out for whales and dolphins along the coast. Overnight Melkbosstrand campsite.
Full day guided coach excursion to Cape Town including the summit of Table Mountain (weather permitting), the Castle of Good Hope, the Grootte Kerk, St George’s Cathedral and Greenmarket Square. Overnight Melkbosstrand campsite.
Day at leisure. Why not visiting Robben Island, Nelson Mandela's prison for 18 years? Evening farewell meal overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and spectacular views of Table Mountain.
Overnight Melkbosstrand campsite.
Travel to Cape Town (20 miles), return motorhomes and transfer to airport. Return flight to London.
Arrive London. This ends the tour travel arrangements.