10 Days Fly-In Wild Botswana & Victoria Falls by Bush Plane from US$6,164.-pp

Explore the Okavango from an island deep within the Delta, part of Moremi Game Reserve,  then continue onto Chobe’s revered Savuti Region. Followed by exploring Linynti Marshes and UNESCO World Heritage Site Victoria Falls.


  • Safaris by vehicle and by boat
  • Okavango Delta, Savuti and Linyanti Safaris
  • Tour of Victoria Falls
  • Boma dinner and drumming entertainment
  • Bushflights throughout
  • Explore 3 eco systems
  • Stay in traditional safari tents in small camps

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Accommodation Destination Nights Basis Room Type
City Lodge OR Tambo Airport Johannesburg 1 B&B 1x Standard Room
Moremi Game Reserve 2 FB+ 1x Meru-style fly tent
Camp Savuti Savuti – Chobe National Park 2 FB+ 1x Luxury Tent
Camp Linyanti Linyanti Concession 2 FB+ 1x Safari Tent
Batonka Guest Lodge Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 2 B&B 1x Garden View Room

B&B: Bed and breakfast
FB+: Dinner, bed, breakfast, lunch and activities daily


US$6,164.- April through June, November 2022

US$6,549.- July through October 2022

US$6,815.- April through June, November 2023

US$7,561.- July through October 2023

Price per person, double occupancy.

Note: Journey starts in Johannesburg and ends in Victoria Falls.  Start any day, pending availability.


Accommodation and meals as per package. House wines, beers and local spirits at Savuti Camp and Camp Linyanti. Bush flight to and from safari camps as well as in between camps. All intra Africa flights, all transfers, daily safari activities as listed in package, Tour of The Victoria Falls, Boma Dinner and Entertainment in Victoria Falls; all National Park fees;


International flight to Johannesburg and from Victoria Falls, optional tours in Victoria Falls, travel insurance, premium imported alcoholic drinks at Camp Savuti and Camp Linyanti. Zimbabwe Visa

Day 1:           City Lodge OR Tambo Airport, Johannesburg

South Africa

This vast country is undoubtedly one of the most culturally and geographically diverse places on earth. Fondly known by locals as the ‘Rainbow Nation’, South Africa has 11 official languages and its multicultural inhabitants are influenced by a fascinating mix of cultures. Discover the gourmet restaurants, impressive art scene, vibrant nightlife and beautiful beaches of Cape Town; enjoy a local braai (barbecue) in the Soweto township; browse the bustling Indian markets in Durban; or sample some of the world’s finest wines at the myriad wine estates dotting the Cape Winelands. Some historical attractions to explore include the Zululand battlefields of KwaZulu-Natal, the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and Robben Island, just off the coast of Cape Town. Above all else, its remarkably untamed wilderness with its astonishing range of wildlife roaming freely across massive unfenced game reserves such as the world-famous Kruger National Park. With all of this variety on offer, it is little wonder that South Africa has fast become Africa’s most popular tourist destination.


Johannesburg is one of Africa’s biggest and most vibrant cities. It is the economic capital of Africa and the gateway to Southern Africa. Although not as famous as other South African destinations, there is plenty to do in Johannesburg and nearby Pretoria. The old city is a multi-cultural mixture of traditional medicine shops, Chinese restaurants, taxi ranks and ultra modern skyscrapers. There are excellent museums, art galleries and organised tours of historical and political interest. The shopping is Southern Africa’s best and the many restaurants cater for all tastes. The nearby township of Soweto is Johannesburg’s most popular tourist attraction. Please check your itinerary for inclusions.

This vast country is undoubtedly one of the most culturally and geographically diverse places on earth. Fondly known by locals as the ‘Rainbow Nation’, South Africa has 11 official languages and its multicultural inhabitants are influenced by a fascinating mix of African, Asian and European cultures. Spend your days: discovering the gourmet restaurants, impressive art and nightlife scenes and fine beaches of Cape Town; enjoying a typical local braai (barbecue) in the Soweto township; browsing the bustling Indian markets in Durban; or sampling some of the world’s finest wines at the myriad wine estates dotted around the picturesque Cape Winelands. Due to its rich and turbulent history there are plenty of historical attractions to explore including the Zululand battlefields of KwaZulu-Natal, the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and Robben Island, just off the coast of Cape Town. Above all else, South Africa’s attraction lies in its remarkably untamed wilderness with its astonishing range of wildlife roaming freely across massive unfenced game reserves such as the world famous Kruger National Park. With all of this variety on offer, it is little wonder that South Africa has fast become Africa’s most popular tourist destination.

Day Itinerary

Arrive in Johannesburg and be met by our representative for the assisted walk  to your hotel adjacent to the terminal.

Overnight: City Lodge OR Tambo Airport

Based at Africas busiest airport, City Lodge Hotel at OR Tambo Airport will provide business and leisure travellers with home away from home accommodation that is ideal for those commuting to and from Johannesburg and perfect for those who require immediate access to the airport.

OR Tambo Airport offers a number of services from banking to a wide range of retailers, so whether its a good book or a scrumptious meal, the airports facilities have everything you need. The hotel boasts boardroom and conference facilities, a fitness room as well as a deck with a pool and a large commercial area with a coffee shop.


Bed & Breakfast

Day 2:         Mboma Island Expeditions, Moremi Game Reserve

Day Itinerary

This morning, fly to Botswana’s safari capital Maun and take a bush flight into Moremi Game Reserve. You will spend the night in the heart of the Okavango Delta to be reached after a 1.5 hour boat cruise. Arrive to welcome drinks and a camp briefing before being shown to your classic canvas safari tent under the trees. After some refreshments it’s time for a sunset boat cruise. Your guide will pack a cooler box with your choice of drinks and you will depart the island and cruise into the sunset. Enjoy the Delta’s beauty and birdlife for a couple of hours before returning to camp for dinner and your first night on Xobega Island.


Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With almost 40% of its land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas you can travel through many parts of the country has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland. The first – and most lasting impressions – will be of vast expanses of uninhabited wilderness stretching from horizon to horizon, the sensation of limitless space, astoundingly rich wildlife and bird viewing, night skies littered with stars and heavenly bodies of an unimaginable brilliance, and stunning sunsets of unearthly beauty. Experience here the stunning beauty of the world’s largest intact inland Delta – the Okavango, and the astoundingly prolific wildlife of the Chobe National Park. Botswana is the last stronghold for a number of endangered bird and mammal species, making your safari experience even more memorable, and at times you will feel simply surrounded by wild animals.

Moremi Game Reserve

The amazing foresight of Chief Moremi created one of the world’s most famous reserves, conserving part of the Okavango Delta and the plains to its east. The reserve covers more than 4871 square kilometres of pristine wilderness, and the varied terrain includes savannah, winding waterways, and thick forest. This diversity supports an incredibly wide spectrum of wildlife, ranging from large herds of buffalo, wildebeest and zebra, to the rare sitatunga and lechwe antelope, and lion, cheetah and packs of wild dog in the open grasslands. The birdlife is prolific and includes most of the 550 bird species recorded on the Botswana national bird list.

Okavango Delta

Lying in the middle of the largest expanse of sand on earth the Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most amazing, sensitive and complex environments supporting a spectacle of wilderness and wildlife. Unique as one of the world’s few inland deltas, the placid waters and lush indigenous forests offer a safe haven for innumerable bird and wildlife species. The Okavango Delta offers a number of activities for the visitor; game viewing, birding and fishing are all on offer. One can experience this magical world of islands and waterways from land, air and water. Highlights include the elusive Sitatunga antelope which has found refuge in this pristine wetland ecosystem, while birds such as the African fish eagle, Pel’s fishing owl and many others provide a spectacular display.

Overnight: Mboma Island Camp       View iBrochure

Breath-taking Mboma Island Expeditions is a piece of pristine paradise located in one of three remote area’s on the tip of the game rich Moremi Game Reserve. Based out of Mboma Island on the floodplains of the meeting point of the Delta’s fresh waters and the Moremi’s savannah terrain, means that Mboma is ideal for both land and water-based safaris. An opportunity for guests to enjoy a charming African authenticity in a camp that promises to deliver a wild experience in the Okavango Delta.

Meru-style fly tent

Each tent has a spacious interior, fly screen and canvas sides, and a zip-doorway leading to the outdoor en suite bathroom. Canvas overhangs extend outward at the front entrance of each tent creating a shaded ‘verandah’ and place to sit and bird-watch.

Inside each tent are twin beds, complete with bedding and linen. Floor rugs and scatter cushions add some vibrant colour and sense of luxury to these authentic safari tents. There is sufficient space in a tent for a third stretcher, however no children under 12 can be accommodated on the island.

A single solar-powered light can be switched on and off at the wall, while lanterns can be used as bedside lights. Bucket showers are filled with hot water, daily, as are the standing washbasins. Chemical toilets are placed in each bathroom, in keeping with the eco-friendly operation of the camp.


Boat cruise in the Okavango Delta
Bushflight into the African bush


Full Board and Activities

Day 3:           Mboma Island Camp, Moremi Game Reserve

Day Itinerary

Early wake up call followed by coffee and breakfast in the dining tent. After breakfast you will depart for a game drive. Upon returning to camp, you are welcome to have a warm bucket shower and refresh before lunch is served in the dining tent. Sit down and enjoy a good meal, followed by an afternoon siesta, or a spot of birdwatching on the island. High tea is served later in the afternoon and a sunset cruise complete with sundowners awaits to end the day.

After your sunset cruise, return to camp to enjoy the campfire and a 3-course dinner before tuning in for your last night on Mboma Island


Game Drives, Boat Cruises or Mokoro canoe


Full Board and Activities

Day 4:           Camp Savuti, Savuti – Chobe National Park

Day Itinerary

Wake up  to coffee and breakfast in the dining tent on Mboma Island before departing the Delta and heading for  Savuti. After breakfast, a  1.5 hour boat ride and game vehicle safari will take you to the airstrip for your flight over the Okavango. Upon arrival  in Chobe National Park, your Camp Savuti guide will be waiting to meet you. You will then enjoy a 30-minute transfer in a game viewer vehicle through the park to Camp Savuti, located on the banks of the Savuti Channel. Receive a warm welcome and a briefing from your host before having lunch and settling in to your tented, air-conditioned room.

Later on in the afternoon you can enjoy a sunset game drive including a sundowner stop and enjoy being surrounded by the famous Savuti! Head back to camp and refresh before dinner.

Savuti – Chobe National Park

In the heart of Botswana’s Chobe National Park lies a dynamic wilderness, a sweeping expanse of savannah brooded over by several rocky outcrops which guard a relic marsh and the Savuti channel. It has a fascinating history of flooding and drying up independently of good rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere. In 2008, the Savuti Channel, having been dry for many years, once more became a deep, clear waterway harbouring Hippo and other aquatic life with a large variety of waterbirds. Wildlife, from plains game to predators, has had to adapt to a new source of water and all the opportunities and menaces it has brought with it. How long will it be before the water dries up again? Judging from historical records it could be more than a hundred years or less than ten. Nature has the final say in such matters.

The dead Camelthorn trees on the Savuti Marsh have become one of the most prominent features of the landscape – skeletons of trees drowned in the flood-waters at least 40 years ago. Another part of the Savuti is characterised by the Gubatsa Hills, which were formed millions of years ago during volcanic movement. These hills rise to a height of about 90 meters out of an otherwise completely flat landscape.

The Savuti area offers great game viewing  with resident game consisiting on large prides of lion and the annual Zebra migration. Good sightings of Cheetah and Leopard are possible and the endangered Wild Dog also occurs here. Savuti is famous for its large concentrations of Elephants that congregate around the waterholes, making game-viewing exceptional.

Birdlife is also amazing, with Secretary Birds and Kori Bustards often seen around the Savuti Marsh. Summer migrants and water birds include Abdim’s Storks, Carmine Bee-eaters, Fish Eagles. Red-billed Queleas, which gather in their thousands, are a spectacular sight as they wheel and turn in unison.

Overnight: Camp Savuti      View iBrochure

Camp Savuti has become famous for its exceptional game viewing opportunities. In particular, it is famed for lions that hunt and prey on elephants, which are found in abundance in the area. Award-winning documentaries have been shot in the Savuti area, cementing its reputation as a prime wildlife destination.

Camp Savuti overlooks the dense Savuti marsh area and all 5 of the Meru-style tented rooms have elevated balconies taking advantage of these views. The large, spacious tents are located in such a way that they enjoy privacy and exclusivity. For the adventurous, there are outdoor showers where you can cleanse while enjoy the tranquillity of the African bush.

Guests can enjoy a range of activities from game drives through the Chobe National Park and exploring the fringes of the channel and the marsh. The area is diverse and guests will delight in the superb game viewing on offer. From photography to bird watching and predator sightings, Camp Savuti is the authentic safari gem of the Chobe region.


Luxury Tent

Camp Savuti is a small, intimate camp consisting of 5 Meru-style tents accommodating a maximum of 10 guests in comfort and style. The tents have been positioned to ensure privacy and a modest level of exclusivity throughout the camp. Each tent sits on a platform, with views over the Savuti Channel. The tents are large and spacious with ensuite facilities and views from the deck.


Morning boat ride and vehicle safari to reach the local airstrip

Afternoon Game drive at Savuti
Flight over African Bush in bush plane


Full Board and Activities

Day 5:           Camp Savuti, Savuti – Chobe National Park

Day Itinerary

Early morning wake up call followed by a quick continental breakfast and coffee before departing on morning game drive. This is the time when the animals are most active. Enjoy a lengthy game viewing safari around the Savuti Marsh and time to stop for coffee and rusks, a typical African cookie. Return to camp for lunch  and relaxation. Enjoy your private deck or the lounge browsing reference books.

High tea is served at the lodge later in the afternoon and is followed by an afternoon game drive complete with sundowners in the bush. As the sun sets, return to camp and enjoy the open-air campfire and a special dinner out on the deck under the stars.


Game Drives:

Morning and evening game drives are conducted in open-top 4×4 vehicles bringing guests closer to the surroundings. The Savuti is famous for lion and elephant interactions and is known as one of the best places in Africa to view both of these species. Enjoy coffee stops in the mornings and scenic sundowners in the evenings, and don’t forget your camera!


Full Board and Activities

Day 6:           Camp Linyanti, Linyanti Concessions

Linyanti Concessions

The Linyanti River forms the Northern border of Botswana with Namibia. The entire frontage comprises Wildlife Management Areas, and includes a small portion of the Chobe National Park. The Chobe Park and the Linyanti WMAs are renowned wildlife areas and are home to what is probably the highest density of elephants in Africa. Chobe Park alone is estimated to host over 50,000 of these great pachyderms.

Situated on the eastern reaches of the Linyanti river, the secluded Linyanti reserve comprises a 20 km section of river frontage reminiscent of the Okavango Deltaʼs permanent swamp with reed fringed lagoons, small islands and a fringe of towering riverine trees. This is backed by Mopane and Acacia sandveld that hosts elephant, kudu, impala and bushbuck as well as occasional roan and sable antelope.

Lion, leopard, wild dogs, hyena and all the smaller predators also occur. Herds of buffalo, zebra and sometimes eland migrate into the Reserve in the late winter to spring dry season from the far south of the Chobe National Park, seeking the cool permanent water and lush marsh vegetation of the river.

Day Itinerary

After your morning safari take a flight to Linyanti where you will join the afternoon safari.


Game drives

Game drives

The Linyanti marsh is home to an abundance of wildlife, while it remains uncrowded by safari explorers and offers quite a unique game viewing experience. Each morning after breakfast, guests head out on a game drive in open-top 4×4 vehicles, presenting fantastic photographic opportunities and game viewing activity.

Overnight: Camp Linyanti View iBrochure

Cradled in the north-western corner of the game-rich Chobe National Park, lies the eco-friendly and earthy Camp Linyanti. Boasting only 5 Meru-style safari tents, Camp Linyanti offers guests an authentic and intimate safari experience. Located on the Linyanti lagoon with views of unexplored waterways, riverine forests and floodplains; Camp Linyanti is one of the Chobe’s hidden gems.

The Linyanti lagoon is fed by the floods from both the Chobe and Kwando rivers. This particular pocket offers one of the best game viewing areas in Botswana. It’s a birding paradise and there is an abundance of elephant herds during the dry winter season. In the distance lies Namibia’s Caprivi strip, which is a narrow protrusion of land linking Zimbabwe, Zambia and northern Botswana. The diverse habitat, endless views and exceptional game viewing make the Linyanti a sought after destination.

In addition to the twice daily game drives, Camp Linyanti has a 6m swamp cruiser fully kitted for water safaris through the unexplored channels and waterways.

Tent with Wooden Balcony

Individual Meru-style tents with raised wooden decks, balcony, ensuite bathroom, king size bed or twin beds, facilities, and open-air shower.


Game Drives

The Linyanti marsh is home to an abundance of wildlife, while it remains uncrowded by holiday-makers and offers quite a unique game viewing experience. Each morning after breakfast, guests head out on a game drive in open-top 4×4 vehicles, presenting fantastic photographic opportunities and game viewing activity.


Full Board and Activities

Day 7:           Camp Linyanti, Linyanti Concessions


Game drives


Full Board and Activities

Day 8:           Batonka Guest Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Day Itinerary

Have breakfast and your final game drive in Linyanti which will end at the Airstrip. Connect with a bush flight followed by a transfer into Zimbabwe that brings you to your Victoria Falls Lodge.


A nation of spectacular natural beauty, friendly people and rich culture, Zimbabwe’s status as one of Africa’s leading safari destinations was dampened for years by its political instability. But now that the country is transcending its strife and returning to a state of equilibrium, it is once again emerging as a vacation highlight of the continent. Victoria Falls – known to locals as ‘The Smoke That Thunders’ – is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and the sheer power of this massive body of water plunging into the Zambezi Gorge is awe-inspiring and unforgettable. Lake Kariba, with its game-rich shores and islands, is an idyllic safari spot featuring mind-blowing sunsets; Hwange National Park is known for its huge herds of elephants; and a kayak trip down the Zambezi through the Mana Pools National Park will appeal to the intrepid traveller, providing close encounters with crocodiles, hippos and a host of other wildlife.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi river at the western end of the eponymous falls, this popular tourist town is compact enough to walk around and makes an ideal base for travellers exploring the seventh wonder of the world, the unfathomably vast Victoria Falls. About two thirds of the falls can be viewed from the Zimbabwean side and, while the falls are undoubtedly the star attraction, the area provides both adventure seekers and sightseers with plenty of opportunities to warrant a longer stay. Popular activities include scenic flights over the falls in helicopters or micro lights, bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge, white-water rafting (seasonal), and day trips to Chobe National Park. The town itself offers some excellent accommodation and restaurant options as well as an eclectic variety of African curios and authentic art sold by friendly Zimbabwean locals who are wonderfully welcoming and eager to help you enjoy your stay. Please check your itinerary for inclusions.

Overnight: Batonka Guest Lodge

Situated in the heart of Victoria Falls, the Batonka Guest Lodge offers comfortably furnished accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, balconies, daily housekeeping, TVs, and free Wi-Fi. The on-site restaurant offers a full English breakfast and a choice of wholesome home-style meals for lunch and dinner. The main communal area features dining facilities, lounge areas, and a curio shop. Guests can dine indoors or outdoors on the terrace overlooking the garden and swimming pool.

Garden View Room

There are 11 garden view rooms. All of these rooms can be twin or king rooms. The bathrooms have  a walk in shower. These rooms have safes, wifi, tea/coffee station, fridge, TV’s and all amenities.
8 of these rooms are interleading rooms, perfect for families.


Morning Game drive ending at the airstrip, bush flight


Bed & Breakfast

Day 9:           Batonka Guest Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Day Itinerary

Take a guided Tour of the Falls this morning. Enjoy dinner and entertainment at the famous Boma Restaurant this evening.  A variety of optional tours are available to suit your preference.


Guided Tour of Victoria Falls
The Boma Restaurant

Guided Tour of Victoria Falls

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and  take you on an unforgettable experience through the Victoria Falls rainforest, a journey that not only affords a view of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World but provides a great deal of interesting facts about the geology, wildlife and history of Africa’s most famous landmark. Listen to magical tales of local legend while you enjoy the constant spray from the “The Smoke that Thunders”.

Your guide will also help ensure the best photographic opportunities of this breathtaking World Heritage Site.

The Boma Restaurant

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show is a “must do” Victoria Falls dining and entertainment experience, specializing in traditional African food, drumming and dancing. The food is cooked and served in the style and quantity of a lavish feast, including irresistible desserts.

On arrival, you are dressed in a chitenge (traditional sarong) and welcomed into a vibrant atmosphere in which the tantalizing aromas of local dishes and game meat on the braai (barbecue) fill the restaurant, which is partially open to the star-filled African sky.

Your meal begins with a mouth-watering platter of starters whilst the buffet includes soup from the campfire, a range of salads, game meat cooked on a braai (barbecue), followed by desserts.  Vegetarian options are also available, as well as local dishes such as peanut butter spinach
You can also look forward to outstanding performances by traditional singers and dancers, and enjoy an energizing interactive drumming show. A face painter, storyteller, hair braider and fortune teller also form part of this festive evening.

Optional – extra charge

Helicopter Flight over Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Boiling Point Hike
Batoka Hike and Ndbele Village Tour
Elephant Back Safari
Victoria Falls Bridge Tour

Helicopter Flight over Victoria Falls

The “Flight of Angels” is an amazing journey over the 1700m vast curtain of water known locally as the “Mosi oa Tunya” (the smoke that thunders) and along the Zambezi River and the Zambezi National Park.  Passengers are treated to an unforgettable helicopter journey comprising of 4 circuits (2 on either side) offering unrivalled spectacular views, photographic, and filming opportunities and putting the full breadth and height of The Falls into glorious perspective within the surrounding environment.
Apprximate flight time is 12-13 minutes.

Victoria Falls Boiling Point Hike

After breakfast you will be picked up from the Hotel to the Top of the Gorge. Armed with a walking stick, life jacket and helmet, you will take a walk down the Batoka Gorge and catch a Raft against the current of the Zambezi rapids, past the historic Victoria Falls Bridge to the Boiling Pot. Once at the foot of the Victoria Falls, you will enjoy the experience of manoeuvring the rocky platforms and stand right under the spray of the thunderous Mosi oa Tunya. Take a dip in the pools between the rocks while the rainbows curl up around you in response to the bright sun above you.  The trip will allow you the chance to Raft back down before take out at Rapid #2.
This activity is seasonal late August to early December.

Batoka Hike and Ndbele Village Tour

A 40-minute drive through the countryside of Zimbabwe on off-road terrain will offer picturesque scenery on the way to the top of the Gorge.  After the safety and procedural briefing you will take the vertical descent to Rapid 23 and enjoy the hour long walk along the river to rapid 25. Swim and relax in the eddy before the arduous climb out. The hiking continues into an authentic beautiful Ndebele homestead where you will get a chance to interact with the local headman and his family while you have brunch under the thatched shade of their decorated mud huts. The graceful hosts are keen to show off their home, share their cultural way of life in relation to family, education, livestock, diet and anything you may find interesting.

Elephant Back Safari

The elephant back safari trails begin near Thorntree Lodge in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, an attractive lodge overlooking the Zambezi River. Tea, coffee and cordials are served upon arrival and after a short introductory talk and safety briefing, guests are introduced to the elephants and their handlers before mounting the animals. The handler and two guests on each animal then head off through the riverine bush, crossing the river in shallow water to get onto the many islands. Halfway through the ride guests will dismount and interact with the elephants on the ground giving the guides an opportunity to make an interesting and informative explanation about the African Elephant and their relationship with man.
Elephant back safaris in the morning last about 4 hours and ends with the opportunity to view a video of each guest’s elephant ride. The afternoon elephant back safaris go on for about 4 hours with soft drinks and water at the end of the day, and the opportunity to view a video of each guest’s elephant ride.

Victoria Falls Bridge Tour

The Victoria Falls Bridge was built in 1905 using revolutionary engineering methods for its day. The Historic Bridge Tour is a journey through 100 years of Victorian engineering to the heart of Cecil John Rhodes’ vision of a Cape to Cairo railway.

The Tour includes a light hearted but informative talk on the history of the bridge, magnificent views of the rapids, rainbows and majesty of the Victoria Falls and Batoka Gorges on the walkways actually underneath the bridge and an opportunity to see a bungee jump up close.

The Historic Bridge Tour is a wonderful family experience full of theatre, facts and adventure set against the glorious backdrop of the Victoria Falls which can be enjoyed by all ages.


Bed & Breakfast, Tour of the Falls, Dinner and entertainment

Day 10:        Departure

Day Itinerary

This morning take one of the optional tours or explore Victoria Falls on your own doing some shopping  before heading for the airport for your flight to Johannesburg and your connection back home.

Note: Due to the popularity of this magnificent itinerary early reservation is recommended. Daily departures. Minimum 2 guests.

Date Flight Airline Departure Airport Time Arrival Airport Time Class Ref
Scheduled OR Tambo International Airport [JNB] Maun Airport [MUB]
Bush flight Maun Airport [MUB] Okanvango Delta Airstrip
Bush Flight Okavango Delta Airstrip Airstrip serving Savuti
Bush flight Airstrip serving Savuti Linyanti Airstrip
Bush flight Linyanti Airstrip Northern Botswana airstrip


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