Victoria Falls to Cape Town

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

Gord Zans on Pushing His Limits in the Air and on the Ground

Gord Zans was born with a drive to push his limits. Retired as a Commanding Officer of a fighter squadron in the Royal Canadian Air Force, he now focuses that energy on finding challenging riding around the world. Most recently, [...]

Gord Zans on Pushing His Limits in the Air and on the Ground2019-04-05T00:32:00+00:00

Linda Milo and a Dream to Ride—One Continent at a Time

Linda Milo’s relationship with motorcycling has woven itself around her closest relationships, including with herself. Trained as a Registered Nurse, Linda, now fifty-one, works as a clinical educator supporting the introduction of new medical products into health care settings. “I [...]

Linda Milo and a Dream to Ride—One Continent at a Time2019-03-05T19:25:21+00:00

Betty-Anne Alexander and Dissipating Apprehension

Betty-Anne Alexander began riding as a passenger when she met her husband Greg Alexander in the 70s. When their daughter was fourteen, mother and daughter took their training and got their motorcycle licenses. “I’m quite short,” says Betty-Anne, “five-feet tall. [...]

Betty-Anne Alexander and Dissipating Apprehension2019-03-05T19:27:37+00:00

Greg Alexander and Twenty-Two Days of Learning

Greg Alexander likes to challenge himself physically, emotionally, and mentally—on and off the bike—and learn how to overcome those challenges safely, effectively and comfortably. Work brought Greg and Betty-Anne Alexander to the Cold Lake/Bonnyville area of Edmonton, 300 km northeast [...]

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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 [...]

Greenline Africa — Building Communities in Rural Zimbabwe2018-10-15T18:53:41+00:00