A herd of elephants gather nearby as you eat breakfast from your chic safari lodge. Mist rolls gently off Table Mountain as you explore Cape Town at first light. From stunning spectacles of awe-inspiring wildlife to a rugged coastal metropolis, make endless memories in Africa.
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Head out into the bush and find a collection of paintings that will take your breath away. Then continue on to the amazing baobab grove.
A first in Northern Botswana, this exhilarating safari begins at first light with a 10-minute helicopter flight. Then saddle up for a guided horseback ride through the delta.
As evening descends, head out for a truly authentic African experience. The scene is set by a local choir singing traditional songs, before you are invited to tuck into a feast of African dishes.
The vast open spaces around Savute make it the perfect place to experience the mesmerising expanse of the African night sky.
Embark on the ultimate African adventure with Belmond, combining a stay in Cape Town with your choice of incredible safari experience.
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Cape Town is a remarkable city. A rare metropolis where the breathtaking delights of nature are matched by a vibrant cultural scene and a rich, absorbing history.
Embark on the ultimate adventure and discover the breathtaking beauty of the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to our three Belmond Safaris.
There are few more welcoming sights at the end of a long journey than that of Mount Nelson, a Belmond Hotel. We were painted pink to celebrate the coming of peace in 1918. The hue proved so popular that almost a century later we can still be seen blushing with pride for miles around.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of his bestselling series ‘The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency’, Alexander McCall Smith reflects on his time in Botswana with Belmond Safaris.
“You know you are truly alive when you’re living among lions.” – Karen Blixen, Out of Africa.
“Africa changes you forever, like nowhere on earth. But how do you begin to describe its magic to someone who has never felt it? How can you explain the fascination of this vast, dusty continent, whose oldest roads are elephant paths?"
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