Der flyves om morgenen fra Danmark mod Kenya. Der vil normalt være flyskift i f.eks. Amsterdam under vejs.
Flyvningen mod Kenya er med alle måltider samt drikkevarer og underholdning. Der flyves direkte mod syd og derfor ingen jetlag.
Ved ankomsten til Nairobi om aftenen, køres I til et godt 3+-4* hotel for overnatning.
Africa’s southernmost city. It is also the major city with the most beautiful location on the continent, if not the world, with the spectacular Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean providing the perfect setting. Including its suburbs, around 3.7 million people live in and around Cape Town, and the city has a large international airport offering good connections to a large part of the continent, as well as a number of direct routes to Europe. South Africa’s parliament is housed in Cape Town, which is the country’s legislative capital, while Pretoria is its administrative and Bloemfontein its judicial capitals.Read more
Hwange National Park, which is the same size as Northern Ireland, is the largest reserve in Zimbabwe, easily accessible and also the finest. The park borders Botswana to the south west and is only 200km south east from Victoria Falls, along a good tarmac road. It is also possible to fly in by light aircraft. The park is home to all of the Big Five: around 30,000 elephants live here, which is the second biggest population in Africa after Chobe in Botswana. Buffalo can be seen nearly everywhere in the park and move around in huge herds. Lions are commonly seen and the shy, largely nocturnal, leopard is also common in the park.Read more
Victoria Falls is not only Zimbabwe’s biggest attraction, but also one of the whole most visited natural wonders. It is the biggest waterfall in Africa, and the second biggest in the world, and is simply so impressive that its dimensions are difficult to really comprehend: It is just over 1.7 km wide, it falls 108 meters at its highest point, and in the rainy season more than half a million tons of water flow over its edge per minute.Read more