Feb 17, 2019 — Mar 04, 2019
With Charles Frankel
About this Trip
From the majesty of the Cape of Good Hope to the vast expanse of rural Africa and the splendor of Victoria Falls, Southern Africa has inspired travelers and explorers for centuries. Explore colorful Cape Town, nestled between Table Mountain and the sea, walk in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, take a scenic trip along the Cape Peninsula and absorb the energy of lively Soweto. Board the Rovos Rail train for the fascinating journey through Botswana and Zimbabwe. Visit the thundering Victoria Falls before traveling on to Chobe National Park. Honorary Consul for Botswana, Charles Frankel, will lecture on the tour. This tour sells out quickly every year!
From $7,545 per person plus airfare.
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About the Lecturer
Charles L. Frankel is the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Botswana. He was first appointed in 1981 after serving as Botswana Country Director for the Peace Corps 1973-75. He has served twice as Honorary Vice Dean of the San Francisco Consular Corps. He has been President of the International Development Conference, (then the largest forum on international development issues in the US) and a Vice-President of the Society for International Development, San Francisco. He served as Chair of the Board of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, was a board member of the National Peace Corps Association and a member of the Bretton Woods Committee.
“There are too many highlights to limit this to just one: Thornybush, especially the safari rides, the Rovos train trip, seeing Robben Island and Soweto, and Victoria Falls.”
“We really enjoyed this trip. It ranks as one of our favorite trips (and we have done a lot)!”