After being collected and transferred to your hotel, you have a free day to explore Johannesburg. With restaurants and other entertainment venues nearby, you can also opt for a half day tour to see the historic town of Soweto.
With an early start of 6.30am, head north into Botswana and the fantastic Khama Rhino Sanctuary! On the Kalahari sandveld, it's a breeding ground and conservation area for white and black rhinos, not to mention over 230 different bird species as well as animals such as zebras, springbok, kudu and leopards.
The gateway to the Okavango Delta, Maun is the historic capital of the Batswana people and has earned itself a reputation as a hard-living Wild West town helping the local cattle ranching and safari operations.
A remote tented camp awaits you in the heart of the largest inland delta in the world. Okavangoa Delta is one of the most spectacular environments, filled with red lechwe, buffalo, elephant, and birds, particularly kingfishers! Don't miss out on being poled along reed lined channels in a mokoro (a dug out canoe) - you'll be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenery while your skilled poker does all the hard work!
Hop into a 4WD for some fantastic game viewing in Moremi Game Reserve! Spend four days with the likes of elephants, hippos, buffalos, lions and plenty of other amazing animals go about their life around you - their lives tend to be a lot more interesting to watch than ours.
Tired of driving around on the ground? Opt for a game flight over Okavango before heading to Nata. There, the stark, shimmering saltpans of Makgadikgadi sits. One of the largest saltpans in the world, when the rain comes, so do the animals. Thousands of wildebeest and zebra migrate to the grasslands and vibrant flamingo flock to the algae rich waters, and you'll get to see it happen if you catch a rare rain shower!
One of Botswana's greatest features is the beautiful Chobe River, along the northern boundary of the national park. With some of the largest herds of elephants in Africa, go for an early morning 4WD drive and an afternoon game viewing sundown cruise to see these majestic creatures quench their thirst at the Chobe River (and just a pre-warning - these adorable creatures will not make it past customs).
The only thing to follow an amazing 12 days is, of course, one of the seven natural wonders of the world - Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls Bridge spans the impressive gorge and for those who don't feel the views are enough, do a death-defying drop of 360 feet on the Victoria Falls bungy jump. For a different sort of adrenaline rush, you can also opt to take on the mighty Zambezi River on a white water rafting trip. It's the perfect way to end the trip as the tour ends after breakfast on Day 15.