Victoria Falls, Cape town & Egypt

Africa's Gems...

   Thundering smoke...

  Victoria Falls: -2 nights $1400

 

 

Victoria Falls...the thundering smoke

Declared one of the world’s 7 wonders and with a width of almost two kilometres, the

world’s largest sheet of falling water can be seen over 40 kilometres away. It is located

on the Zambezi river and sits astride Zambia and Zimbabwe, so you can watch the falls

from either country. This soul’s candy is Africa’s most distinctive and striking sights.

Treat yourself...

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Capetown...The melting pot

There is only one street in the world which was once home to two Nobel Peace Prize

winners, and you can find it in South Africa!. Both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop

Desmond Tutu, the anti-apartheid champions who would not barge to the oppressive

regime once called Vilakayi Street in Soweto home. Your bucket list must include a visit

to Robben Island, Mandela’s home for 27 years as a political prisoner. Next, the table

mountain! The table mountain images are amongst the most reproduced of South

African landmarks, reached by cable car or

A cultural extravaganza, a shoppers paradise, aquatic encounters-diving, surfing,

adventures aloft -paragliding, skydiving; landscapes delights- Winelands and flower

farms, all fit in the inexhaustible list of what to do in Capetown. Indulge...

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Egypt...A walk through history 

Egypt’s signature is the pyramids which have stood the test of tides and times to last for

centuries as one of the world’s 7 wonders. Most were built as tombs for the pharaohs.

The earliest among these is the Pyramid of Djoser (constructed 2630 BC–2611 BC)

Egypt boasts several other UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Abu Mena, Ancient

Thebes with Its Necropolis, Historic Cairo, Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to

Philae, Saint Catherine Area and Wadi Al-Hitan or Whale Valley.

Egypt boasts having invented paper, the 365-day calendar, being among the earliest

civilisations and hosting the granting institute world’s s second oldest surviving degree-

Al-Azhar University: Founded in 970-972

 

The river Nile is the only river in Egypt without which all of Egypt would become a

desert. It has only two permanent tributaries the Blue Nile and White Nile for its entire

length. Ensure your tour includes a Nile river cruise for a wholesome experience of this

Reflect..ancient wonder

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