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Special Offer for Partners in Conservation

  • A colony of penguins resides year round on Cape Town's Boulder Beach.

  • Viewing platform at the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway in Cape Town.

  • Rugged sandstone carved by the sea makes up Cape Point.

  • The historic Castle of Good Hope dates back to the mid-17th century.

Book a 2014 African Safari
and Receive a Free Cape Town Extension

 

Book a 2014 African safari with WWF’s travel partner Natural Habitat Adventures before December 31, 2013, and receive a free four-day extension in Cape Town, South Africa—valued at $1,200 per person.

Often called "The World's Most Beautiful City," sophisticated Cape Town is home to elaborate botanical gardens, world-class cuisine and a host of acclaimed wineries. And surrounding it all is some of Africa's most dramatic natural highlights. Famed Table Mountain rises more than 3,500 feet behind the city, overlooking the southernmost tip of the African continent at the Cape of Good Hope. The celebrated Garden Route hugs the rugged coast, winding among secluded bays and inviting villages. And, remarkably, a whole colony of penguins is on view at Boulder Beach!

This extension includes three nights at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfont Hotel*, transfers and a full-day peninsula tour. See the itinerary and other details.

This offer applies to set departures or custom safaris in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. (While the offer is valid with safaris elsewhere in Africa, such as Kenya or Tanzania, it is not recommended because of the vast distance you’d need to travel.)

Terms & Conditions: Promotion must be mentioned at the time of booking. Offer is valid for an active WWF Partner in Conservation plus one guest. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Travel may be anytime in 2014. Offer valid beginning October 11, 2013, and cannot be applied retroactively to tours booked prior to this date.

More information: Email travel@wwfus.org or call the WWF Desk at Natural Habitat at 888-WWF-TOUR (993-8687).

 

*Based on availability. A comparable property could be substituted.