Africa

Luxurious South Africa

written by | Posted on February 1st, 2009

The rooms are chalet-style offering understated luxury, sumptuous en-suite bathrooms with double-hand basins as well as indoor and outdoor showers. Clients choose from the luxury suite, the family room or five standard chalet-style rooms. Guestrooms have two twin beds or one king-size bed. The family room has two twin beds and one queen-size bed. All rooms are equipped with mini-bars, electronic room safe, hair-dryer, tea- and coffee-making facilities, telephone, mosquito nets and air conditioning. All rooms open onto patios. Facilities include a pool, a curio shop, and a library.

After two nights and a sumptuous breakfast, clients fly back to Johannesburg for a 1-night stay at the five-star Michelangelo, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, in the midst of the city’s exclusive central business district. Notable for its signature renaissance architecture, elegance and excellent service, it reflects the architecture and design of the facing Nelson Mandela Square. A majestic dome in glass and steel tops the entrance lobby atrium rising eight stories, while scenic elevators overlook the atrium with its arches.

The next morning, it’s time for another flight, this time to Livingstone, Zambia and Victoria Falls on South African Airways, for two nights at the luxurious Royal Livingstone.

In the morning, clients will be taken on an escorted tour of Victoria Falls, and in the evening, on a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River. The guide points out everything of interest as your clients cruise along the river, pointing out a variety of wildlife and important highlights. They’ll see hippos, birds of prey, and even some elephants along the riverbank or on one of the many islands that occupy this wide river. The highlight of this cruise is the sunset view.