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Victoria Falls, Big Game Safari with Whale Watching & 5* Cruising

24 nights from £3299pp

  • Marine Big Five Cruise with Whales, Dolphines, Seals, Penguins & Sharks
  • Big Five Game Drive in Chobe National Park with Lunch
  • Sunset Zambezi River Cruise with light refreshments and drinks
  • Table Mountain & Cape Town City Tour Included
  • 17 Nights Full Board Cruise on Cunard Queen Elizabeth

03 Nov 2019

Victoria Falls, Big Game Safari with Whale Watching & 5* Cruising

Cruise Highlights

Cunard Cruises - Queen Elizabeth - 24 Nights - 03 Nov 2019


WHAT'S INCLUDED:

- Marine Big Five with Whales, Dolphine & Shark Spotting

- Big Five Game Drive in Chobe National Park

- Sunset Zambezi River Cruise

- Table Mountain & Cape City Tour Included

- 17 Nights Full Board Cruise On Cunard Queen Elizabeth


SHIP HIGHLIGHTS:

Elegant suites and staterooms, sumptuous new restaurants and a re-imagined grills experience reaffirm Cunard as the best of the best.

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Your Itinerary

  •      

    03 Nov 19

           

    Embark The Queen Elizabeth

    Embark your ship in Southampton for your 17-night full-board cruise.

         

  • 04-05 Nov 19

    At Sea.

        

  • 06 Nov 19

    Lisbon, Portugal

    Portugal’s capital offers pleasantly warmer climates despite facing out towards the Atlantic, its white limestone architecture surrounded by areas of wondrous woodland and intimate beaches.

         

  • 07 Nov 19

    At Sea.

        

  • 08 Nov 19

    Tenerife, Spain

    The skyline is dominated by Mt. Teide, one of the world's tallest active volcanoes, take a tour and fall captive to this megalithic mountain volcano. Home to the world renowned holiday destinations Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas.

         

  • 09-16 Nov 19

    At Sea.

        

  • 17 Nov 19

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    The lagoon front is famous as a hot spot for pelicans and flamingos, and acts as the hibernation area for thousands of migratory birds. Famous for its sand duned landscape, best explored by quad, take a tour and climb the highest dune which offers spectacular views stretching to the harbour.

          

  • 18 Nov 19

    At Sea.

        

  • 19 Nov 19

    Cape Town, South Africa

    On approach to the port of Cape Town, fall captive to the Mother City and its stunning mountainous backdrop.

          

  • 20 Nov 19

    Cape Town - Disembark

    Meet & Greet Cape Town harbour by guide. Transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour with Table Mountain. Transfer to the cableway. Table Mountain ticket. Drive by Parliament, City Hall & Slave Lodge. Visit The Castle & Company's Garden. Drive through Bo Kaap & Malay Quarter.

         

  • 21 Nov 19

    Gansbaai

    Transfer to Gansbaai for the Marine Big 5 ocean cruise.

         

  • 22 Nov 19

    Cape Town at Leisure

    Table Mountain and its surrounding peninsula seamlessly blend downwards into the granite rocks and boulders lay across the golden white sands of Clifton beach.

         

  • 23 Nov 19

    Cape Town to Victoria Falls

    Transfer to Cape Town Airport. Meet & Greet - assist to international check-in. Arrive Victoria Falls Airport. Transfer to hotel.

         

  • 24 Nov 19

    Chobe National Park

    Full day tour to Chobe National Park (cross border into Botswana). Boat cruise/lunch/game drive. Return to Victoria Falls.

         

  • 25 Nov 19

    Sunset Cruise on Zambezi

    Morning guided tour of the Falls before returning back to the lodge, with its view over a waterhole keep an eye out for Elephants and Crocodiles! This evening relax on a sunset cruise on Zambezi Explorer with light refreshments and drinks served as the sunsets, cruising along embankments inhabited with buffalo, crocodiles and giraffe. 

         

  • 26 Nov 19

    Victoria Falls to UK

    Transfer to Victoria Falls Airport for your flight to the UK.

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Highlights

  • Cape Town

    South Africa's heart and soul, the capital city of Cape Town. On approach to the port of Cape town fall captive to the Mother City and its stunning mountainous backdrop, Table Mountain and its surrounding peninsula seamlessly blending downwards into the granite rocks and boulders lay across the golden white sands of Clifton beach.

  • Lisbon

    Lisbon

    Portugal’s capital offers pleasantly warmer climates despite facing out towards the Atlantic, its white limestone architecture surrounded by areas of wondrous woodland and intimate beaches. Narrow cobblestone lanes lead to grand plazas and cafes filled with locals breaking bread over recent gossip.

  • Tenerife

    Situated of the west coast of Africa, Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, Spains furthest reaching offshore territory. The skyline is dominated by Mt. Teide, one of the worlds tallest active volcanoes, take a tour and fall captive to this megalithic mountain volcano. Home to the world renowned holliday destinations Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas. The island's interior falls mostly within Teide National Park, encompassing the island’s 3 volcanoes, as well as lava fields, striking rock formations and ancient forests.

  • Walvis Bay

    Walvis Bay

    Flamingos at Walvis. Lesser and greater flamingos flock in large numbers to pools along the Namib Desert coast, particularly around Walvis Bay and Lüderitz. They're excellent fliers, and have been known to migrate up to 500km overnight in search of proliferations of algae and crustaceans.

Your Ship

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

Newest of the Queens launched in October 2010 she was named in a majestic ceremony by Her Majesty The Queen. Her elegance compliments the legendary age of the first Cunarder to bear the name and intensify her modern charm.

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    £3299pp

  • Outside

    £3499pp

  • Balcony

    £3999pp

  • Suite

    £6009pp

To Book Call 0800 408 6228

Quote Cruise Code T19036

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