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Ultimate South Africa with Kruger & Victoria Falls

25 nights from £5649pp

  • Experience 5* Private Reserve Safari with Kruger & Kapama Reserves
  • Feel the Spray of Victoria Falls
  • Relax in the Wineries of Stellenbosch
  • Sunset Cruise on Zambezi Explorer
  • Robben Island, City & Table Mountain Tour

03 April 2021

Ultimate South Africa with Kruger & Victoria Falls

Cruise Highlights

Cunard Cruises- Queen Victoria - 25 Nights - 03 April 2021


- Experience 5* Kruger & Kapama Reserve Safari
- Feel the Spray of Victoria Falls
- Relax in the Wineries of Stellenbosch
Sunset Cruise on Zambezi Explorer
- 15 Nights Cruising on-board The Queen Victoria


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

Cruise Map

Your Itinerary


    03 Apr 21


    Fly UK to Hoedspruit, SA


  • 04 Apr 21

    Arrive Hoedspruit Airport

    Upon arrival, transfer to Kapama Private Game Reserve. The Safari adventure begins as you step off the plane into the Worlds Largest National Park. After refreshments and lunch at the lodge, head out on your first game drive.       

  • 05 Apr 21

    Kapama River Lodge

    Early morning rise for your first game drive of the day, before returning back to your 5* Lodge to enjoy breakfast. Relax by the pool before your afternoon game drive, taking you out into the African bush before sunset.      


  • 06 Apr 21

    Transfer to Protea Hotel Kruger Gate

    After your morning game drive, you will be transfered to Kruger Gate. On your way, you will stop at Blyde River Canyon, the worlds largest green canyon with incredible views.     


  • 07 Apr 21

    Kruger Park

    Today after breakfast, you will undertake a full day, open-vehicle game drive in the Southern part of Kruger Park. Known for its position around the Sabi Sands, this region is well known for the illusive leapard to be in the largest numbers in Africa.     


  • 08 Apr 21

    Kruger to Victoria Falls

    This morning you will be taken after breakfast to the airport for your flight to Victoria Falls. Relax in the Safari Lodge, a unique stay with the Lodge facing a watering hole in the bush, with wild animals from Elephants to Lions frequenting for water. This evening enjoy a sunset cruise down the Zambezi River, known for its population of Hippopotamus, Crocodiles & variety of Birds.     


  • 09 Apr 21

    Victoria Falls Tour

    Today undertake a guided tour of Victoria Falls, the worlds largest waterfall and UNESCO Heritage site. The rest of the day is at leisure before an exciting Boma dinner at the Lodge. A Boma is a traditional African BBQ with live music, dancing and a wide selection of food.      


  • 10 Apr 21

    Victoria Falls to Stellenbosch

    Today you will fly from Victoria Falls to Cape Town, where you will be transfered on the short drive to Stellenbosch, the heart of the Cape's Wine Regions. The hotel offers a tranquil escape with beautiful vistas over the Helderberg Mountain, and being based on its own winery, offers guests the chance to sample its own-grown wines.      


  • 11 Apr 21

    Full day Winelands Tour

    Transfer to Franschhoek for a walking tour of the town with a cellar tour and wine tasting at a Franschhoek wine estate. Transfer to a Stellenbosch wine estate for wine tasting and lunch. Stellenbosch orientation tour in the afternoon.


  • 12 Apr 21

    Cape Town

    Today after breakfast you will be transfered back to Cape Town for your stay in the V&A Waterfront.      


  • 13 Apr 21

    Robben Island & Table Mountain

    Walk to ferry terminal at V&A waterfront (with guide) for your Robben Island tour. Return to the waterfront and transfer to the cableway for Table Mountain and City Orientation tour. Table Mountain has recently been chosen as a Natural Wonder of the World, and seeing the incredible views from the top, its easy to see why.     


  • 14 Apr 21

    Embark The Queen Victoria

    Today after breakfast you will be transfered to Cape Town Cruise Terminal and board The Queen Victoria. See Table Mountain from a unique perspective as you cruise out past the Cape.    


  • 15 Apr 21

    At Sea.


  • 16 Apr 21

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    Walvis Bay, literally translating to 'Whale Bay' derives its name from the marine rich conditions here often attracting the Baleen whale. The lagoon front is famous as a hot spot for pelicans and flamingos, and acts as the hibernation area for thousands of migratory birds.       


  • 17-24 Apr 21

    Cruising The Atlantic


  • 25 Apr 21

    Gran Canaria, Spain

    Gran Canaria is one of Spain’s Canary Islands, off northwestern Africa. It's known for its black lava and white sand beaches.


  • 26-28 Apr 21

    At Sea.


  • 29 Apr 21

    Southampton - Disembark

    Today your epic voyage comes to an end as you disembark back in Southampton, UK.







  • Stellenbosch


    The beautiful little town of Stellenbosch, roughly an hour from Cape Town, lies surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains in the Jonkershoek River Valley in one of the most picturesque settings in the Cape. The name ‘Stellenbosch’ is almost synonymous with the wine industry. Not only does it have the oldest wine route in the country, and arguably the most famous, but the town has one of the most modern experimental wineries in the world, and the only viticultural and oenological department in the country at its university.

  • Victoria Falls

    In 1855, David Livingstone is believed to have been the first European to see Victoria Falls. The Tongan name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, means "The Smoke That Thunders". The national parks contain elephants, buffalo, giraffes, zebras and lions!

  • Walvis Bay

    Walvis Bay, literally translating to 'Whale Bay' derives its name from the deep waters of the natural harbour, bordered and protected by a break in the sand known as Pelican Point, the  marine rich conditions here often attracting the Baleen whale. The lagoon front is famous as a hot spot for pelicans and flamingos, and acts as the hibernation area for thousands of migratory birds. Take a kayak tour and experience the plethora of the marine life in the harbour, swim alongside with seals, and be truly captivated by wonders of the ocean. Famous for its sand duned landscape, best explored by quad, take a tour and climb the highest dune 7 of which offers spectacular views stretching to the harbour. Namibia is home to the famous Skeleton Coast, a barren landscape with the sun-bleached remains of whalebones and shipwrecked vessels 260km south along the coast from Walvis Bay.

Your Ship

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria, also known as QV, is a true Cunarder — with all the regal, breathtaking splendour you would imagine from a luxury Cunard ocean liner, combined with an airy, contemporary ambience. As you embark, you'll encounter the dramatic three-tier Grand Lobby, whose magnificent staircase and eye-catching artwork offers an exceptional taste of life aboard this ship.

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