Greenline Africa — Building Communities in Rural Zimbabwe

“Greenline Africa (GA) is all about building community,” says Charlene (Charlie) Hewat, a Trustee of GA. Renedian guests who travel to Victoria Falls on either the Victoria Falls to Cape Town or Waterfalls and Wildlife safaris can take an optional excursion to visit the Trust. About Greenline Africa GA is a Trust that manages small […]

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Ariane Mather and Her Profound Dream of Africa

Africa has always been a continent of mystique for Ariane Mather. Before she was born, her Dad spent two years in what was then the Congo, now Zaire, doing charity service for his church. He always wanted to go back. “The continent is very exotic for people in the West,” she says. “The geography is […]

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12 Top African Myths and Misconceptions

Africa has long been a continent of mystery and intrigue. Despite the access to information and the travellers who’ve visited its countries, African myths and misconceptions abound. 12 Top African Myths and Misconceptions Africa is one big country. Africa is the second largest continent in terms of area and population. Asia is the largest. The […]

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Shannon Goddard and the Shortfalls of Research

“All the research I did, you get there and it’s almost like you didn’t do any. It’s totally fresh and new.” That’s was Shannon Goddard’s perspective after the Victoria Falls to Cape Town safari she and partner Richard Dornik enjoyed last fall. As soon as they booked their trip—a year-and-a-half in advance—Shannon started researching. She had […]

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Smilin’ Ron Demyan—and Why He’s Always Smiling

Smilin’ Ron smiles a lot these days. Even when we invited him to share his story, he wrote back that he’d love to do so. “It makes me smile every time!” It hasn’t always been like that. From the age of 10, Ron wanted to be an Engineer. He worked as a Licensed Civil Engineer […]

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Catherine Meade’s Connection to Ancestral Land

Catharine Meade always planned to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. But when she hiked Machu Picchu in 2010, she realized her body didn’t handle the altitude very well. So she looked for another meaningful way to connect with the land. She ruled out a bus tour and cycling trip, but the Victoria Falls to Cape Town motorcycle […]

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Namibian Lore and Legends — Myth or Fact?

The 55-million-year old Namib Desert is the oldest in the world. It’s no surprise then that it and its surroundings have given rise to ancient legends. Sometimes legends blur with scientific explanations. Myth or fact? You decide which one to believe. Fish River Canyon Once upon a time a giant snake dwelled in southern Namibia. Every […]

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Karen Carroll

Karen Carroll started riding 14 years ago and hasn’t stopped. After being pillion twice, she knew if she and her date were going to be out motorcycling, she’d have to be piloting. She’s now clocked up over 187,000 km on her fourth bike, a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail. Add in the 135,000 kilometers on previous bikes […]

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Beth Dixon

For years, Beth Dixon rarely took photos on her regular long-distance motorcycle trips. She thought there was nothing to make them interesting. Until a friend gave her a monkey and told her record where the monkey goes. Named Monkey, he’s not anatomically correct but she considers him male. From humble beginnings, Monkey’s gone on to […]

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Flash inherited the travel bug from his mother. He, his sister, and mom travelled “just about any place you can think of” before he branched out on his own. He’s visited 66 countries, 43 of them including a motorcycle. Renedian’s Victoria Falls to Cape Town safari was the first time he was part of an […]

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This one way trip is a blend of highlights from our three others routes. A week of safaris and animal encounters including a private plane charter and camping night in the Okavango Delta, a week of dunes and remote roads in Namibia, and a week in South Africa following the famous Garden Route into Cape Town. Popular with couples, this tour is for those who want to see as many of southern Africa’s highlights in one tour. Gravel road experiences requested.


  • New 22 day itinerary. This is our longest and most intensive African trip.
  • Start your tour at the 5-star colonial era Victoria Falls hotel
  • Optional activities in Victoria Falls include walking with lions, an elephant back safari, fishing for tiger fish, the Devil Pool, or world class whitewater rafting
  • Sunset cruise on Chobe River
  • Private planes chartered to take us into the Okavango Delta for a camping night in the bush
  • Many chances to see wildlife along the route
  • Sossusvlei dunes and guided walking tour
  • Diamond Mining Ghost town tour
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Ais Ais Hot Springs
  • Tankwa Karoo desert
  • Cango Caves
  • Ostrich farm
  • Southern tip of Africa
  • Cape of Good Hope
  • Finishing in beautiful Cape Town
  • 4700 km/3000 miles

Detailed Itinerary for the Victoria Falls to Cape Town Tour