The Perfect Two-Week Itinerary to South Africa and Mozambique

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  • South Africa

  • Cape Town

  • Mozambique

  • Active Travel

  • Adventure Travel

  • Beaches

  • City Travel

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Pool at hotel in Inhambane Province, Mozambique
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A two-week getaway to South Africa and Mozambique is perfect for a honeymoon and/or bucket-list wildlife adventure. It features a little bit of everything, from city exploration in Cape Town to wine tours, safari game rides and relaxation on the pristine, white-sand beaches of Mozambique. It doesn’t get much better than this!

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Day 1: Discovering Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa

You’ve landed in one of the most prominent cities at the moment. Cape Town, South Africa is a fast-developing foodie town with plenty of secrets to unravel. Take the first day to indulge in some shopping as you walk the waterfront. You might also be quite tired from your trip. Book a massage at The 12 Apostles. Ask for one of their two outdoor gazebos overlooking the water. Reserve dinner at La Colombe, one of the world’s best restaurants totally worth a stop at. 

Day 2: Cape Peninsula and Table Mountain

Table Mountain in South Africa

Take a trip out of the city for a private tour of the Cape Peninsula. This region features stunning beaches and impressive vistas that take your breath away. One particular beach includes a few adorable guests. Boulders Beach is also known as a penguin sanctuary. Visitors can come here and meet the animals up close and within their own wild habitat. 

Table Mountain flanks the beautiful city of Cape Town. Consider a sunset hike up the mountain or take the cable carts up to see the views of the entire city. Finally, resort to dinner at Signal at Cape Grace or Reverie Social Table

Day 3: Vino

Vineyard in South Africa

Start off the day with a walk in the downtown area and perhaps even some shopping. Then head on the Stellenbosch Wine Tour. You can even opt for a Cape Wineland balloon trip if you have enough time. Look over the rolling hills of the region and learn more about its variety while you sip on some vino. For a beautiful ending to a splendid day, book dinner at Constantia Uitsig

Day 4-6: Londolozi and game drive

Safari in South Africa

Arrive in Londolozi for a two night stay and safari outing. This is one of South Africa’s first private game reserves. It is all-inclusive and includes the game drives as long as the amenities, dining, wine and more. Leave the safari planning to the professionals and indulge in the beauty of the landscape. 

Day 7-10: Leopard Hills

Safari in South Africa

Transfer to Leopard Hills – a canopy-style hotel in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.This Sabi Sand Lodge is perfectly set on a rocky outcrop, offering magnificent views over the bush and an active waterhole on the plains below. The Reserve comprises over 10,000 hectares of incredibly diverse ecosystems making Leopard Hills the ideal destination to view plentiful game in its natural habitat. Here the Big 5 – elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard – abound.

Day 11-14: Mozambique aquatic activities

Beach in Mozambique, South Africa

The final three days of the holiday are spent in Mozambique at andBeyond Benguerra Lodge. This community is spectacular and works together to keep their island functioning. The all-inclusive hotel includes all activities except scuba diving, fishing and yacht trips. A private butler and maid assist at each casita which also includes outdoor showers and private pool. 

Make sure to make it out to go scuba diving while in Mozambique. You can also enjoy some rare and spectacular bird watching. Finally, explore the island by foot or arrange for a private dinner on the beach with no one else around. Indulge in a truly luxurious holiday!

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