Cox & Kings' Africa Experiences
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Cape Town Shopping
Cape Town's cosmopolitan flavor and cultural diversity offer the shopaholic many opportunities to snag rare treasures. Allow us to open the doors to the best-kept secrets of the Cape's myriad of unique shops. From clothing to leather goods, fine art, jewelry and antiques, to top African arts and crafts, the area offers something for everyone.
Great White Shark Safari
Depart before daybreak for Simonstown harbor for a boat trip in search of the super predator of the oceans, the Great White Sharks, with international shark experts, Chris and Monique Fallows. The main focus of the safari is on natural interaction with the sharks from the boat, observing natural predatory behavior, with a tow using a fake cut-out carpet decoy employed to encourage the sharks to breach.
Cooking in the Cape with Lionel Pead
Lionel will take you through the steps of a truly remarkable Cape seafood lunch while enjoying the magnificent views of the mountains and ocean. Learn about local ingredients and unique cooking styles of the Cape, and participate in the preparation and enjoyment of the meal. Shop for spices in the Malay Quarter, stop at a fishing harbor along the coastline, then on to an exclusive location overlooking the ocean to prepare, and finally, eat your lunch.
Meet a World-Class Wildlife Veterinarian
Through our close ties and relationships with several organizations in East Africa, including the Kenya Wildlife Services, the Mountain Gorillas Veterinary Project and Rwandan Office of Tourism and National Parks, we'll arrange for you to spend time with a world-class wildlife veterinarian. Enjoy an insider's look into the daily lives of these vets who are so dedicated to the care and preservation of the magnificent wildlife of East Africa.
Private Visit to Daphne Sheldrick's Elephant Orphanage
Enjoy the privilege of a private visit to Daphne Sheldrick's elephant orphanage in Kenya. She was the first to successfully hand rear newborn, fully milk dependent African Elephant orphans, something that spanned 28 years of trial and error to achieve. Over a dozen of her hand-reared elephants are fully establis