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Ruggiero Party of 2

South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia    -    September - October, 2000


Day 1      Wednesday

6 Sep -      Arrive Johannesburg

Arrive Johannesburg Airport (flight - South African Airways).  Transfer to hotel.  

Overnight:     Michelangelo                       

 Day 2      Thursday

7 Sep -      Johannesburg - Nairobi

Transfer from hotel to airport.  Flight JNB/NBO KQ461, 11:25 am/4:25pm, arranged on own.  Arrive Nairobi; transfer to hotel.

 Overnight:      Norfolk Hotel

 Day 3 Friday

8 Sep -      Nairobi

Morning at leisure.  In the afternoon, drive out to the Ngong Hills and visit the former home of Karen Von Blixen, now a museum.  Continue to the Giraffe Center, where you will have the opportunity to feed and photograph the giraffes from an elevated platform.

Overnight:   Norfolk Hotel

Day 4      Saturday

9 Sep -      Nairobi

Special morning trip to the Daphne Sheldrick orphanage for elephants.  Lunch at "the Carnivore" followed by a game drive in Nairobi National Park.

Overnight:    Norfolk Hotel

Day 5     Sunday

10 Sep      -      Nairobi - Arusha - Tarangire

After breakfast, depart for Tanzania, crossing the border at Namanga and arriving in Arusha in time for lunch.  Continue to your lodge in Tarangire National Park with a game drive en route.

Tarangire was established in 1970 and covers over 1000 square miles.  Because the Tarangire River runs through the entire park, wildlife gather in large numbers at the river banks.  One of Tanzania's most beautiful parks, Tarangire is known for the landscape of distinctive baobab trees, as well as the large number of elephants - possibly more than anywhere else in Tanzania.  Tarangire wildlife population includes approximately 30,000 zebra, 25,000 wildebeest, 5000 buffalo, 5000 eland, 3000 elephant, 2500 Maasai giraffe and 1,000 oryx.  Other prominent species include Grant's and Thomson's gazelle, hartebeest, impala, lesser and greater kudu, reed-buck and gerenuk.  Lion and leopard are frequently seen.  Cheetah and spotted hyena are also present, as are the banded, black-tipped, dwarf and marsh mongoose.  

Overnight: Tarangire Sopa Lodge 

 Day 6 Monday

11 Sep      -      Tarangire - Ngorongoro Crater

Enjoy game viewing this morning as you depart for the Ngorongoro Crater.  Drive past Lake Manyara and up to the rim of the Crater, arriving at your lodge in time for lunch and an afternoon at leisure.

 Overnight: Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge     

Day 7      Tuesday

12 Sep      -      Ngorongoro Crater

A highlight awaits you this morning, as you descend through the early morning mists 2,000 feet to the crater floor for a full day with picnic lunch of game viewing in what has been called the world's largest zoo. The animals here can be approached at very close quarters and there are wonderful opportunities to photograph the seemingly indifferent lion, rhino, zebra, gazelle, cheetah monkey and baboon as well as numerous other species of animals and birds.

Overnight:  Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

  Day 8      Wednesday

13 Sep      -      Ngorongoro Crater - Serengeti

Depart after breakfast.  Descend the outer northern wall of the crater to the vast Serengeti plains for a stop at Olduvai Gorge, famous site of Dr. Louis Leakey's discovery of prehistoric "Homo Habilis".  Continue across the plains, viewing game as you go. Arrive at the lodge in time for a late lunch.

Overnight: Serengeti Sopa Lodge     

Day 9      Thursday

14 Sep      -           Serengeti

Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in this great wildlife reserve.

Serengeti National Park is Tanzania's largest and most famous park, and it has the largest concentration of migratory game animals in the world.  It is also famous for its huge lion population and is one of the best places on the continent to see them.

Serengeti is derived from the Maasai language and appropriately means "endless plain."  The park's 5,700 square miles makes it larger than the state of Connecticut.  Altitude varies from 3,120 to 6,070 feet.  Nearly 500 species of birds and 35 species of large plains animals can be found in the Serengeti.  The park may contain as many as 1.3 million wildebeest, 250,000 Thomson's gazelle, 200,000 zebra, 70,000 topi, 30,000 Grant's gazelle, 20,000 buffalo, 9,000 eland, 8,000 giraffe, 1,500 lion and 800 elephant.   Most of the Serengeti is a vast open plain broken by rocky outcrops.  There is also acacia savannah, savannah woodland, riverine forests, some swamps and small lakes.

Overnight: Serengeti Sopa Lodge    

Day 10 Friday

15 Sep      -      Serengeti-Arusha-Nairobi

After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip for the scheduled flight back to Arusha.  Arrive in time for lunch then transfer by road to Nairobi.  

Overnight: Norfolk Hotel

Day 11    Saturday

16 Sep      -      Nairobi - Samburu

This morning, drive north past Mt. Kenya and across the Equator to the Samburu Game Reserve.  Arrive in time for lunch and an afternoon game drive in the Samburu National Reserve.

Overnight: Larsen's Tented Camp  

Day 12    Sunday

17 Sep      Samburu

Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in Samburu today.

About 200 miles north of Nairobi, in the semi-desert northern frontier of Kenya lies Samburu National Reserve.  This is a fascinating area of Kenya, as you will find mountain ranges volcanoes, forests, palm-fringed rivers and wildlife exclusive to this area.

This is also the home of the Samburu people, close relatives of the Maasai.  Like the Maasai, Samburu are nomadic cattle people.  Their toughness is legendary; among the stories told are of young men who walk for over 50 miles with no food or water.  Their clothing is extremely colorful, particularly the women who are adorned with coils of heavy beadery.

While Samburu is nearly always hot, it is not often dry, thanks to the wide muddy Ewaso Nyiro River, which begins somewhere in the Aberdare Mountains and extends through Samburu to the recesses of the Lorain swamp.  Along the river, crocodiles and hippos are a common sight, and within this area more than 350 species of birds have been recorded.  In fact, almost all indigenous African birds and animals can be found in this gem of a reserve.

Samburu's small size (about 117 square miles) makes wildlife spotting easier.  In addition, it is here in Samburu that you will find species rarely found in other areas of Kenya.  They include the reticulated giraffe and the beautiful, fuzzy-eared Grevy's zebra.  Also found here are elephant, several species of the smaller gazelle, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, dik-dik, and wart hog.

Among the large variety of birdlife you might spot in Samburu are ostrich, vultures, African hawk eagle, pale-chanting goshawk, marital eagle, vulturine guinea fowl, buff-crested bustard, as well as a wide variety of starlings, wavers and waxbills.

Overnight: Larsen's Tented Camp    

Day 13     Monday

18 Sep      -      Samburu-Aberdares

Today, drive south to Nyeri.  Stop for lunch at the Outspan Hotel before continuing by lodge transport through the forests of the Aberdares to the Treetops, the famous tree hotel.  Enjoy nocturnal game viewing at the waterhole.

Overnight:  Treetops     

Day 14     Tuesday

19 Sep      -      Aberdares-Lake Nakuru-Lake Naivasha

Continue on into the Great Rift Valley and Nakuru, where you will stop for lunch and a game drive. Lake Nakuru has earned its fame as the home of the greatest bird spectacle in the world - a myriad of often more than a million pink flamingos.  Although the flamingo are the most obvious, other inhabitants of the alkaline lakes include black-winged stilts, avocets and in the European winter a mass of ruffs.  Besides its magnificent bird life, there are also a few lion, an occasional leopard, buffalo and other plains and forest game that have made it their permanent and protected habitat.  The acacia savanna that surrounds the lake is itself beautiful and provides an area which is particularly delightful for game watching.

Overnight: Lake Naivasha Country Club     

Day 15     Wednesday

20 Sep      -      Lake Naivasha-Maasai Mara

Ascend from the Rift Valley traveling south across the volcanic plain to the Maasai Mara National Reserve.  Arrive at your lodge in time for lunch and an afternoon game drive.

The Mara is located about 168 miles from Nairobi in the south-western part of Kenya.  The journey from Nairobi by road takes about 5 hours (from Lake Naivasha about 3 hours and from the Aberdares about 6.5 hours).  The prolific wildlife and birdlife makes the long (and sometimes bumpy) drive well worth the effort.

Overnight: Keekorok Lodge      

Day 16     Thursday

21 Sep      -      Maasai Mara

Enjoy a balloon safari in the early morning. Take off as the sun rises to drift silently above the grazing game with unique opportunities for photography. About an hour later land for your champagne style breakfast already set up on the open plains.  Return to your lodge.   Afternoon game drive in the Mara today.

The Maasai Mara National Reserve (commonly referred to as the Mara) is Kenya's most popular game park.   This is the northern extension of the Serengeti Eco-system of Tanzania, and is one of the richest wildlife areas in East Africa.  At about 589 square miles, the Mara is open grassland dotted with the distinctive flat-topped acacia trees.  Water is provided by the Mara River and it's tributary, the Talek River.  The Mara's climate is moderate year round, with rainfall generally spread evenly throughout the year. 

This is the home of the Maasai people, who still live and graze their cattle in the dispersal area of the Mara (the area just outside the official boundaries of the reserve). For centuries, the graceful Maasai have lived in harmony with wildlife, and it is not unusual to see them living side by side.

The joy of a visit to the Mara is, of course, the sighting of an amazing variety and quantity of wildlife.  As you go out in search of game, it is not unusual to come across large prides of lion, and very often you will see them hunting - perhaps one of the most exciting wildlife experiences.  Along the rivers, hippos will emerge from the water and grunt their displeasure at any possible disturbance of their lazing in the cool waters.  Crocodiles sun themselves on the banks of the river, seemingly oblivious of their surroundings.

Perhaps the most magnificent sight of all, is the annual migration of wildebeest (and the zebra that tag along!)  After exhausting the grazing grounds of the Serengeti, millions of wildebeest begin their arduous journey north into the Mara, in search of greener pastures.  This migration generally begins sometime in June, as the new sweet grass prompted by the rains in April and May begin to emerge.  The trek is costly for these animals.  Along the way hundreds, if not thousands, will die either from starvation, illness or fall victim to the predators along the way.  If you are able to witness this miracle of nature, it is a sight you will never forget.  After they have consumed all the grass of the Mara, they return to the Serengeti towards the end of October, beginning of November.  (Note:  Because the migration is dependent on the rains and available food, the timing can never be guaranteed.)

Although July to September are generally the months when the Mara is filled with the migrating wildebeest and zebra, wildlife here is always abundant.  Along with some of the most popular animals, the Mara is also home to some more rare species, among them: roan antelope, bat-eared foxes and topi. A visit to the Mara is unforgettable!

Overnight: Keekorok Lodge

Day 17     Friday

22 Sep      -      Maasai Mara - Nairobi

After breakfast, return to Nairobi.  Drop off at the Hilton Hotel.   CLIENTS ARE ARRANGING OWN ACCOMMODATIONS FROM THIS POINT THROUGH DAY 22 WITH HILTON.

Overnight: Nairobi Hilton Hotel


Day 18-22     Saturday - Wednesday


Day 23     Thursday

28 Sep      -      Nairobi - Johannesburg

No services in the morning.  Flight NBO/JNB KQ 460 7:30am/10:25 am.  Arrive Johannesburg Airport.  Transfer to hotel.

Overnight:      Michelangelo  

Day 24     Friday

29 Sep      -      Johannesburg - Maun - Okavanga

Transfer from hotel to airport.  JNB departure flight arranged on own.  BP 212 8:00am/9:40am

Arrive Maun airport.  You are met by camp staff; fly on small aircraft transfer from Maun to airstrip for Camp Okavanga.  Afternoon game activity.

Overnight:      Camp Okavanga      

Day 25     Saturday

30 Sep      -       Okavanga

Morning and afternoon game activities.

The Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world, covers over 60,000 square miles of crystal clear water, wooded islands, grass-covered floodplains and vast reed and papyrus beds, and is in itself a unique and fascinating ecosystem.  Instead of finding its way to the ocean as most rivers do, the Okavango River, which originates in the Angolan highlands, fans out into a vast system of thousands of waterways, separated by countless islands, to eventually disappear into the Kalahari sands.

The Delta's wildlife is extremely varied and includes most of the species found in Moremi and Chobe.  Hippopotamus are common and from a boat there is a chance to see the elusive Sitatunga, a swamp dwelling antelope.  The Lechwe, another antelope adapted to marshy areas, also occurs here and is active mainly in the morning and late afternoon.

Many people, however, visit the Delta to observe its birdlife, as more than 400 species have been recorded here.  Some species you may see are the wattled crane, Pel's fishing owl, slaty egret, Hartlaub's babbler, chirping cisticola and the coppery-tailed coucal.  Fish eagles are common and there are also 16 species of herons, egrets and bitterns.

Overnight:      Camp Okvanga           

Day 26     Sunday

1 Oct    -    Okavanga - Victoria Falls

  Fly by small aircraft transfer from Camp Okavanga airstrip to Victoria Falls.   Midday transfer from VFA airport to hotel.   Tour the Nature Sanctuary followed by a Sundowner Cruise.  Later in the evening, view traditional dancing.

Overnight:      Victoria Falls Hotel

Day 27     Monday

2 Oct    -    Victoria Falls

This morning visit the Falls Craft Village for a display of the traditional way of living in Zimbabwe.  Walk through this fascinating and authentic re-creation of a nineteenth century Matabele village, and see the past come alive.  Consult the witchdoctor, see the daily tribal life of long ago, see the expert carvers in wood and stone at work, and purchase their work as souvenirs of your trip to Zimbabwe.

Continue to the Falls for a conducted tour. Dr. David Livingstone became the first white man to see Victoria Falls on November 16, 1855 and named them after his queen.  In his journal he wrote, "Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in flight."

Victoria Falls is approximately 5600 feet wide, twice the height of Niagara Falls, and one and one-half times as wide.  It is divided into five separate waterfalls: Devils' Cataract, Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls and Eastern Cataract, ranging in height from 200 to 355 feet.

Fortunately, the area around the Falls has not been commercialized, and there are unobstructed views from many vantage points connected by paved paths.  There is a possibility you may get wet as you walk through the luxuriant rain forest surrounding the Falls, a result of the continuous spray.  A path called the Chain Walk descends from near Livingstone's statue into the gorge of the Devil's Cataract, providing an excellent view.

 A rainbow over the Falls can often be seen during the day, as well as a lunar rainbow within a two to four night period over a full moon.

Return to the hotel and enjoy lunch on your own and the afternoon at leisure.

  Overnight:      Victoria Falls Hotel

Day 28    Tuesday

3 Oct    -    Victoria Falls - Windhoek

  The morning is at leisure.  Afternoon transfer to the airport.  Flight VFA/JNB/WDH BA6282/SA74 2.45p - 7.40p

Arrive Windhoek.  After clearing customs and immigration, you are met and transferred to your hotel.  Rest of the day is at leisure.

Overnight:      Windhoek Country Club                         

Day 29    Wednesday

4 Oct    - Windhoek/Sossusvlei

Travel via the Gamsberg Pass to the Namib Desert with a picnic lunch en route.     Arrive at the Namib Naukluft Park in the late afternoon.

 Overnight: Sossusvlei Lodge   

Day 30    Thursday

5 Oct     Sossusvlei-Namib Desert

In the early morning take an excursion to the Sesriem Canyon and the famous sossusvlei with some of the highest sand dunes in the world.  The afternoon is spent leisurely enjoying the atmosphere of the region.

 Overnight:      Sossusvlei Lodge    

Day 31     Friday

6 Oct     -    Hansa

  Continue through Kuiseb Canyon into the central Namib for sightseeing of  the Welwitschia Plant and the Moon Valley. Picnic lunch under the shady Camelthorn Trees of Ganab.  Arrive in the coastal town of Swakopmund in the late afternoon.

Overnight:  Hansa Lodge        

Day 32     Saturday

7 Oct    -     Hansa

Full day at leisure to explore the historic town of Swakopmund.   (We took a scenic flight.)

  Overnight: Hansa Hotel     

Day 33    Sunday

8 Oct    -    Vingerklip

Proceed northwards along the coast to the Cape Cross Seal reserve for sightseeing.   After a picnic lunch stop at Henties Bay, the route leads into the dramatic scenery of the Damaraland.

Overnight:      Vingerklip Lodge   

Day 34    Monday

9 Oct    -    Toshari

Most of the day is dedicated to Twyfelfontein, the Burnt Mountain, the Organ Pipes and the Petrified Forest.   Picnic lunch enroute.  Proceed to the Outjo area.

 Overnight:      Toshari Inn    

Day 35    Tuesday

10 Oct    -    Etosha

Continue to the Etosha National Park where the remainder of the day is spent on game drives interrupted only by lunch at one of the rest camps.  

Overnight:  Etosha Rest Camp     

Day 36    Wednesday

11 Oct    -    Etosha - Mokuti

  The whole day is spent game viewing with lunch at a rest camp.   In the late afternoon check into the Mokuti Lodge an the eastern edge of the Park.

 Overnight:  Mokuti Lodge    

Day 37    Thursday

12 Oct    -    Mokuti - Otjibamba

Re-enter Etosha for a final morning's game drive and after lunch at Mokuti, travel southwards to the Otjiwarongo area. 

Overnight:      Otjibamba Lodge  

Day 38    Friday

13 Oct    -    Otjibamba - Windhoek

  Travel south to an Ostrich farm for an insight into the husbandry of these birds and then continue back to Windhoek.  

Overnight:      Windhoek Country Club   

Day 39      Saturday

14 Oct    -    Windhoek - Johannesburg - Cape Town

Morning transfer to the airport for your flight to Cape Town. WDH/CPT flight arranged on own Air Namibia 716 12.10p/2.30p.  Upon afternoon arrival at Cape Town International Airport, you will be met by a UTc Representative from UTc and transferred to your hotel, situated in the heart of Cape  Town at the V&A Waterfront.

Overnight:      Table Bay Hotel    

Day 40      Sunday

15 Oct    -    Cape Town

Full day tour of the Cape Point area, including the Cape of Good Hope.

Overnight:      Table Bay Hotel 

Day 41      Monday

16 Oct    -     Cape Town

Full day tour of South Africa's premier winelands area with stops at top vintners.

Overnight:      Table Bay Hotel 

Day 42      Tuesday

17 Oct    -    Cape Town

Day in Cape Town enjoying the waterfront, aquarium, etc. at leisure.

Overnight:      Table Bay Hotel  

Day 43      Wednesday

18 Oct    -    Depart Cape Town

 Morning/afternooon tour of Robben Island.      Departure transfer from hotel to airport at 8:45P.

Hotel Accommodations

The Michelangelo Hotel

The Michelangelo, built to honour the style of the days when high culture, art and music were the paradigms of living. Set in the renaissance charm of the Sandton Square Shopping Mall, this elegant hotel offers you the levels of service and quality only available in the finest hotels around the world. Classic Roman chandeliers light the passageways and atria, stuccoed walls and furniture in green, red and gold reflect the opulence and sophistication of era gone by. This five-star hotel is conveniently situated at the Sandton City Shopping Mall, one of the largest and most upmarket in the country.

Norfolk Hotel

Older than the London Ritz, younger than The Savoy, no other hotel in Kenya has as rich a history as The Norfolk, one of the World's most Romantic Hotels.  When it first opened on Christmas Day 1904, it was to spearhead traditions of hospitality in East Africa which are still unmatched today.  The cottages and many of the bedrooms face gardens where birdsong in the mornings and colorful year-round flowering trees and shrubs give a friendly "Home-From-Home" ambience.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge

The lodge, built as a 'low profile' structure, nestles into a wooded hill side valley overlooking Tarangire Hill.  Situated 114km from Arusha, Tarangire National Park is easily accessible and boasts magnificent herds of elephant and other species of wildlife.  The baobab studded landscape also plays host to a vast variety of resident and migratory bird life. 

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is located in Lemala Hill on the eastern rim of the Ngorongoro Crater in the volcanic highlands of Northern Tanzania.  It is the only tourist development on the previously undisturbed eastern side and is located on the eastern access road to the crater.

Serengeti Sopa Lodge

Looking out over the seemingly endless Serengeti plains, this hill side lodge is a tranquil oasis set in thousands of square kilometers of National Park.  The Serengeti plains are host to a dramatic annual migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and numerous other species of animals indigenous to the area.

Larsen's Tented Camp

Larsen's is a small, luxurious tented camp located along the Uaso Nyiro River and named in honor of Eric Larsen, a pioneer of camping safaris.   Larsen's is a very long cry from the roughing it under canvas so many of you are probably familiar with.  Here you will find spacious airy tents, all raised on wooden platforms, nestled between acacia trees and doum palms.  Tranquillity and nature embrace you the minute you enter Larsen's.

The river is the perfect stage for an endless pageant of wildlife elephant rolling and trumpeting in the shallows, timid impala nervously drinking, baboons and vervet monkeys swing through the canopy of trees and the birdlife!    If one of your life long ambitions is to experience the Africa known to the country's intrepid pioneers, far from the beaten track and in the special solitude that allows a unique kinship with nature, then at Larsen's your dream will come true. 


The famous Treetops hotel started life in a very humble way.  In 1932 its first visitors gingerly climbed the wild fig tree supporting the two-room treehouse.  By 1952, Treetops had expanded.  Treetops welcomed in February of the same year, a very important visitor.  A young English girl climbed the tree as a Princess one afternoon, to descend the following morning as Queen Elizabeth II.  Her father, King George VI had died during the night.

Situated in the heart of the dense lichen-hung forest of the Aberdare National Park's Salient, Treetops overlooks  two waterholes and magnificent snowy peaks of Mount Kenya.  Throughout the day and night an endless pageant of wildlife emerges shyly from the bush making a cautious journey to the water's edge.  From the safety and comfort of several observation lounges, guests can photograph at close quarters the territorial charge of short-sighted rhino, a protective elephant matriarch chaperoning her calf, the graceful bounding of a bushbuck doe.

Lake Naivasha Country Club

Lake Naivasha is one of the Great Rift Valley's Jewels, reflecting the tranquil beauty of an African sky and the surrounding mountains, and is only temporarily distorted as flocks of graceful flamingoes and pink-backed pelicans settle on the water.  This fresh water lake is a haven for bird watchers, nature lovers, artists and for those seeking a peaceful scenic retreat.  The Country Club is situated on 55 acres of lake side gardens and began life in the 1930's as papyrus thatched chalets. Although the current accommodation is a far cry from the original structure, the Club has certainly not lost any of its charm.

Keekorok Lodge

Keekorok Lodge, sited in the direct path of the migration, was the first lodge to be built in the Maasai Mara.  Keekorok's charm is its setting and its liberal use of local Sand River stone and cedar wood in its construction.  The dining room opens to the terrace, allowing fresh breezes and views of the Mara.  A walkway leads through the riverine forest in front of the lodge to a small thatched sundowner bar overlooking the plains and a pool with resident hippo.  There are no fences around Keekorok.

Camp Okavango

Camp Okavango is situated on remote Nxaragha Island in the heart of the Okavango Delta.  Unshamed luxury blends with the Africa of yore in the elegant thatch main building that houses a cocktail bar, lounge and dining room.  The open-air patio caters for al fresco meals and evenings around a blazing fire.

Shaded hammocks, reading benches and a delightful sundeck and plunge pool provide relief during the hot midday hours.

Camp Okavango accommodates only 22 guests in intimate exclusivity in safari tents.  Each tent is exquisitely furnished with a Rhodesian Teak wardrobe, luggage rack, dressing table, bedside pedestals, colorful woven rugs, designer linen and matching interior blinds. 

Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls Hotel is probably the most luxurious hotel in town.  It is built in the distinctly Edwardian style of its time and has accommodated many great statesmen, women and celebrities in the past. It used to be the only "good" hotel in the Jungle Junction, before Victoria Falls found itself with many more hotels and lodges. It is situated in town, near the train station and its lawns and rooms overlook the incredible Zambezi Gorge and Victoria Falls Bridge, near the Victoria Falls itself. Its rooms are exceptionally styled in the old colonial style and every inch of the hotel is decorated in such a way as to remind one of the great colonial past that Victoria Falls has had. Victoria Falls hotel has been dubbed the "sister hotel" of the Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town but some would argue that the "Nellie" simply cannot equal the grandeur of "Vics".

Table Bay

The Table Bay is located in the heart of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.   It is the perfect staring point for expeditions to the winelands, the theatres, the Mother City itself the rooms at the Table Bay have either a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean or an awe inspiring look at a brooding Table Mountain.