12 Days Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls and Botswana from US$4,591.-pp

Explore the heart of Africa – remote and off the beaten path Hwange National Park, gaze at the mystical Victoria Falls just as David Livingstone once did, followed by epic Northern Botswana safaris along the Chobe River.

This journey is a once-in-a-lifetime gem full of unique experiences.

HIGHLITES:

  • Safari in remote Hwange National Park, a secret jewel of a safari destination
  • Tour UNESCO World Heritage Victoria Falls and enjoy traditional dinner and drummers entertainment
  • Explore Northern Botswana with its large elephant herds and exceptional wildlife
  • New airport and flights allow you to fly straight into Victoria Falls shortening travel to the destination
Accommodation Destination Nights Basis Room Type
Bomani Tented Lodge Hwange National Park 4 FI 1x Spurwing Tent
Batonka Guest Lodge Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 3 B&B 1x Pool View Rooms
Muchenje Safari Lodge Chobe River Front 4 FI 1x Chalet (s)

Key
B&B: Bed and breakfast
FI: Fully inclusive

Price

Price per person, double occupancy

US$5.538.- July – Oct 2018

US$5,689.- July-October 2019

US$5,089.- April – June, November 2019

US$4,591.- January-March, December 2019

 

Included

All activities, meals and accommodation as listed in the itinerary, transfers, park fees, 2 daily safari activities at safari lodges, beer, house wines and local spirits at safari lodges, Guided Tour of Victoria Falls, Boma Dinner and Entertainment in Victoria Falls, Trip planner;

Excluded

International flight to Victoria Falls,  travel insurance,  Premium drinks, optional tours.

Note: Tour starts and ends at Victoria Falls airport. We can arrange flights to Victoria Falls. Sample itinerary that can be adjusted to your requirements. This journey can start any day with minimum 2 guests,

Day 1:           Bomani Tented Lodge, Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe

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.

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s biggest reserve, home to a profusion of wildlife, including giraffe, lion, zebra and approximately 40 000 elephants. It provides sanctuary for all the country’s endangered species, including a population of wild dogs thought to be among the most sizeable surviving groups on the continent. Terrain ranges from savannah lands to rocky outcrops, desert dunes and sparse forests, and visitors have the choice of game drives and guided walks as a means of experiencing the park and its creatures.

Day Itinerary

Arrive in Victoria Falls and transfer to Hwange National Park. Take the Elephant Rail Car to travel in ultimate “old Africa style” with game viewing along the way.

Overnight: Bomani Tented Lodge            View iBrochure

This comfortable and well-appointed lodge is nestled in a remote and untouched corner on the edge of Hwange National Park in our 5000 acre private reserve, and is famous for its impressive herds of elephant, not to mention many other spectacular species of wildlife.

Our main lodge is built on a spectacular viewing platform and overlooks Bomani Pan. You can enjoy your breakfast while watching zebra and wildebeest quietly graze or sip a sundowner as giraffe and elephant soak up the day’s final rays.

Of course the main pastime at Bomani is gameviewing, and whether you choose to go on a guided game walk in the lodge’s private concession or a game drive in the national Park, you will not be disappointed – these spectacular landscapes teem with a rich array of unique African wildlife and flora

  

Spurwing Tent

These 4 spacious and well-appointed tents are constructed at ground level and feature electricity by generator, hot water and en suite bathroom. Each have their own private veranda overlooking the water hole.

Activities

Game Drive

Game Drives

  • Traditional open safari vehicles driven by licensed experienced guides
    • Morning drives with tea, coffee and biscuits and afternoon drives with drinks and delicious snacks

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic beverages

Day 2, 3 and 4:      Bomani Tented Lodge, Hwange National Park

Day Itinerary

Search for game by vehicle, on foot or on a night drive. Watch birds from behind blinds or join the staff on all day “pump-run”, when available, to drop off fuel for the pumps keeping the waterholes filled. Meet the local villagers and kids during a visit to the school. At night be sure to listen for the roar of lions or the cackle of a hyena.

Activities- 2 per day or full day pump run
Game Walks
Night Drives
Game viewing blinds
Pump runs
School tours and village visits

Game Drives – see above

Game Walks

  • Conducted by a fully licensed and highly experienced professional guide
    • Usually undertaken in the mornings

Night Drives

  • Night drives within the lodge’s private concession to view the array of wildlife, particularly nocturnal creatures
    • Usually undertaken upon return from the afternoon activity or alternatively after supper, particularly when lion are heard calling nearby.

Game viewing blinds

  • For the hard core photographers we have game viewing blinds at some of our waterholes ideal for wildlife photography.

Pump runs

  • Imvelo Safari Lodges operate 8 waterholes for the wildlife in this region of the National Park, the furthest of which is 55 km away. A popular activity is to take an all day trip into the Park to visit the waterholes to drop off fuel and oil for the motors as well as rations and supplies for the pump attendants
    • A picnic lunch is then enjoyed near one of the waterholes followed by a leisurely game drive back to lodge in the afternoon.

School tours and village visits

  • Fifteen minutes drive from the lodge our guests have the opportunity to enjoy a real life look at village life in rural Matabeleland. A fascinating experience of a variety of typical daily village activities is followed by a tour of one of the nearby schools conducted by the Headmaster where guests are given the opportunity to hear traditional songs sung by the children and enjoy a ‘class interaction’.

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic drinsk

Day 5:           Batonka Guest Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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.

Day Itinerary

This morning transfer to Victoria Falls where the Batonka Guest House awaits you.  This boutique lodge is located in the heart of Victoria Falls and features a pool and excellent service.

Overnight: Batonka Guest Lodge View iBrochure

Just over 1 mile from the Victoria Falls Rainforest entrance and half mile from the town centre,
Batonka Guest Lodge is situated in the quiet residential suburb of Victoria Falls.

We offer 22 rooms, each with bathroom en suite and a balcony, all on ground level and overlooking a beautiful garden.

Communal facilities include indoor and outdoor dining, a bar, a comfortable lounge, swimming pool and more:
Air conditioning in rooms
11 rooms with baths
Children of all ages accepted
41″ Flat screens in rooms
Mosquito Nets
In room safes and hairdryers
Credit Cards are accepted
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Gift Shop
Town shuttle

Pool View Rooms

We have 11 pool view rooms – all of our pool view rooms can be twin or king rooms. The bathrooms have both a walk in shower and bath. These rooms have safes, wifi, tea/coffee station, fridge, TV’s and all amenities.

Included

Bed & Breakfast

Day 6:           Batonka Guest Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Day Itinerary

Your day includes a tour of the magic Falls , “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, The Smoke that Thunders,. While Victoria Falls is neither the highest nor the widest waterfall in the world, it is classified as the largest, based on its width of 5,604 ft and height of 354 ft resulting in the world’s largest sheet of falling water (depending on season and rainfall). Victoria Falls is roughly twice the height of North America’s Niagara Falls and well over twice the width of its Horseshoe Falls. Then head over for dinner and entertainment at the famous “Boma” Restaurant.

Activities

Guided Tour of Victoria Falls
The Boma Restaurant Dinner and Entertainment

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
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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.

Included

Bed & Breakfast and Dinner

Day 7:           Batonka Guest Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Day Itinerary

Choose from the many optional tours available.

Optional – extra charge

Batoka Hike and Ndbele Village Tour
Victoria Falls Bridge Tour
Helicopter Flight over Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Boiling Point Hike
Zambezi Sunset Cruise
Canoe The Zambezi
Zambezi White Whater Rafting Aug-Dec
Upper Zambezi Fishing
Bungee Jumb in Victoria Falls
Crocodile Cage Diving
Livingston Island Tour with Devils Pool

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.

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.

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.

Zambezi Sunset Cruise

The Zambezi Sunset Cruise is a wonderful outing when in Victoria Falls and suitable for the whole family.  It is an ideal way to end an eventful day in Victoria Falls, providing an opportunity to unwind and relax in the timeless environment while enjoying complimentary sundowner drinks and light snacks. The whole trip is a build up to the gracious glow of the African Sunset on this vast body of water. The guides and crew are a font of knowledge about the river wildlife and will entertain you with numerous tales about local culture and historical exploration.

Canoe The Zambezi

A Canoe Safari includes gently paddling down the Upper Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls – the playground of hippo, shimmering home of crocodiles and the watering hole of buffalo and elephant – drifting though secretive channels and enjoying the ever-so-slight turbulence of the more placid rapids above Kandahar Island. You might be fortunate enough to spot a Marshall Eagle, witness a Tiger Fish jump or catch a glimpse of a clawless otter playing in the shadows by the banks.

A professional canoe guide will point out all the flora and fauna that can be spotted on the edges of the Zambezi National Park from inflatable canoes whilst sharing the realities of this amazing eco-system.

Zambezi White Whater Rafting Aug-Dec

As the river levels drop off the rapid intensity grows and low water rafting season kicks off. The flag ship rafting adventure – low water season takes you from rapid #1 through to rapid #19, many of which are graded 5, the best white water rapids in the world. Begin your adrenalin run in the boiling pot directly below the Victoria Falls and hammer your way through infamous rapids, whose names were conjured to instil fear and trepidation into would-be rafters, “The Overland Truck-eater”, “The Mother”, “Gnashing Jaws of Death” and the final biggy of the day “Oblivion”. Our experienced guides will steer you on an unforgettable ride through the formidable rapids of the mighty Zambezi.
This is the greatest one day white water rafting experience in the world!!

Upper Zambezi Fishing

Fishing on the Zambezi River to the novice or experienced angler is possibly as close as one can get to absolute perfection. There are over 75 fish species found inhabiting these waters. The most sought-after of these is the Tiger Fish, well renowned as probably the greatest fighting fresh water fish around. It is a ferocious species which can grow as large as 15 Kg in weight.

Bungee Jumb in Victoria Falls

The original and ultimate thrill! The location is unbeatable – in front of the largest curtain of falling water in the world, at a World Heritage Site, set against the backdrop of one of the Seven Natural Wonders in the World and above the raging torrents and misty gorges of the mighty Zambezi River. Then 5-4-3-2-1 Bungee into the spray and rainbows below! Four seconds of freefall and 111 metres of pure adrenalin! Victoria Falls Bungee is consistently voted as one of the top five adrenalin experiences on the planet. For Bungee Jump veterans, speak to your Jump Master and make it even wilder by doing an Ankle-Tied, Back Flip or a Star Elevator Jump.

Crocodile Cage Diving

Crocodile Cage Diving is located in the centre of Victoria Falls town, Elephants Walk Shopping Village. This gives visitors a once in a lifetime opportunity to view Zambezi Predators in action.

Crocodile Cage divers can watch, touch and experience crocodiles in their own environment. Get a unique underwater look at their short legs, thick tails and impressive jaws.
Prepare yourself for an exhilarating crocodile encounter! Whilst in the cage you can observe these fascinating carnivores pushing powerfully through the water from all angles.

Operated by an over-head monorail and designed for 2-4 people per cage. The cage is suspended above the crocs before being lowered into the croc cage enclosure to get an up close and personal look at these amazing reptiles.
Enjoy a 360 degree view of the three rescued Nile Crocodiles – Bongo, Prado and Lucky. Don’t miss out on Africa’s wildest adventure!

Livingston Island Tour with Devils Pool

Livingstone Island is a 5-8 minutes boat ride from the Royal Livingstone Hotel and is located in the middle of the Zambezi River right on the edge of the Victoria Falls just before the water thunders down a 103 metre drop. To protect the sensitive environment, only 16 guests may visit at any one time during five daily departures. Access is restricted to a maximum of 80 visitors per day so it is highly recommended to book a Livingstone Island Tour in advance.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Access to this unique Island is seasonal and depends entirely on the water level in the Zambezi River.
In low water season, approximately end of August to December, guests have the opportunity to swim in Devil’s Pool which is a rock pool right on the lip of the falls accompanied by a guide.
Access to Devil’s pools is only available on the Lunch and High Tea tours.

Included

Bed & Breakfast

Day 8:           Muchenje Safari Lodge, Chobe River Front

Botswana

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; the unimaginable vastness of the world’s second largest game reserve – the Central Kalahari Game Reserve; the isolation and other-worldliness of the Makgadikgadi – uninhabited pans the size of Portugal; 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.

Chobe River Front

The Chobe River forms the northern boundary of the Chobe National Park, renowned for its reliable and diverse game viewing. Safaris are conducted both by boat and on land.  This section of the park is best known for its elephant and hippo populations but the waters attract all manner of game including large herds of buffalo and the lions that prey on them.

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

This morning transfer across the border into Botswana where you will travel to Muchenje Safari Lodge. The lodge enjoys a unique position to the west of Botswana’s famed Chobe National Park. It sits on an escarpment with wonderful views of the Chobe River, and Namibia’s Caprivi Strip and seasonal flood plains. It is in a more quiet area tourist wise but rich in wild life.

Watch for animals along the way and join your first game drive in this beautiful, elephant studded setting this afternoon.

Overnight: Muchenje Safari Lodge           View iBrochure

Situated on the western edge of Chobe National park, Muchenje offers unique, prolific game experiences within this quieter region of the Chobe National Park. Muchenje Safari Lodge provides some of Botswana’s finest safari accommodation and combined with unparalleled safari experiences it is ideal for both discerning clientele and newcomers alike. Owner run and managed, attention to detail is paramount with nothing being too much trouble at Muchenje Safari Lodge.

  

Chalet

2 Beds which can be made up as a Twin or Kingsize , with en-suite bathroom, housing a large walk-in shower, double wash basins, WC. Each room has their own incredible double aspect views of the Chobe River, with private veranda.

Activities

Game Drives

Muchenje is a 5 minutes drive from the Ngoma Gate of the Chobe National Park.  Game Drives use this gate to enter and explore the Western side of the Chobe River.  The drives explore the river road and woodland areas that are adjacent to the river, which host a myriad of species.   The Chobe flood plains provide an important food source for thousands of animals during the winter (June – November) and witnessing this prolific wildlife is a safari goers dream!
Along with the immense diversity of species of plains game, is an impressive number of predators that also rely on this prolific game activity.  Game Drives along the Chobe are rarely uneventful, and during our winter months is a wildlife extravaganza!

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic beverages

Day 9:           Muchenje Safari Lodge, Chobe River Front

Day Itinerary

As the Lodge is located in the Chobe Forest Reserve, twice daily game drives or walks and night drives are also available, which add immeasurably to the wildlife experience. Or enjoy game viewing by boat on the Chobe River – a wonderful chance to see huge herds of elephants, as well as many other mammals and birds attracted to the water’s edge, not to mention those animals which also live in the River!

Activities

Game Drives
Walking Safari
Night Drive
River Cruise on the Chobe River

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic beverages

Day 10:        Muchenje Safari Lodge, Chobe River Front

Day Itinerary

Visit the local village or explore the African bush in open game drive vehicle. The choice is yours!

Activities

Muchenje Village Visit
Full Day Excursion with Boat trip on Chobe and game drive
Game Drives
Guided Walks
Night Drive

Muchenje Village Visit

On a 3 night stay we are able to invite our guests to visit the local village of Muchenje.  Here they are introduced to Esther a local granny, who looks after her grandchildren at her homestead.  A wonderful opportunity to be introduced to the real heart of Botswana, the rural community that support this peaceful and beautiful country.  Esther like many women, look after the children, whilst her children work away from home.  Her humble home is an authentically Motswanan, where you are welcome to see what duties are being seen to on the day you visit.  Maybe the clay bricks for the new room are drying in the sun, or the older girls are doing the laundry.
The drive then stops off at the local Mabele Primary School (at break time) to visit the inaugural Pack for a Purpose project.  Supporting 160 children is a big job, but Muchenje has been proud of its association and important role that it has been dedicated to for the decades that we have been operational.

Full Day Excursion with Boat trip on Chobe and game drive

After breakfast the drive will leave from Muchenje and drive to the Jetty on the Eastern side of the park.  Our small private boat will depart at approximately 11.30 and spend 2,5 hours exploring the river.  The guides know where the elephants prefer to congregate, drink and cross to Sedudu island, so they are making their way to those areas, but on the way they will explore the banks, trees and pools to show the guests the other wonderful wildlife that frequent the Chobe River.  Once the boat finds a suitable crossing or drinking area, the boat rests and the guests enjoy a delicious picnic whilst witnessing the elephants gathering on the banks.  Watching these magnificent animals drinking as the boat gently drifts in the currents is something awe inspiring.
The activity returns to the vehicles later and enjoys a slow drive through the park along the river back to the quieter western banks.
Although the full day out is long and dusty, the guests have an amazing opportunity to break the usual safari cycle and get to enjoy a more holistic experience within this amazing region.

Game Drives- see above

Guided Walks

Even if you have witnessed a thousand elephants, there is nothing like seeing them on foot.  Morning walks within the Forest Reserve is wonderfully rewarding.  in the early mornings, before the African heat arrives, the guides explore the river frontage and open pans within easy reach of the lodge.
An opportunity to be totally aware of what is around you and the great African outdoors.

Night Drive

As we have to leave the Chobe National Park at sunset, we therefore offer fascinating drives after dinner each night.  Leaving the lodge at about 9pm the drives venture onto the river road in front of the lodge. Without fences between the park and forest reserve, there is the full array of species to find. But for the hour or so that the night drive is out, the smaller nocturnal animals are often enjoyed – such as porcupine, genet, civet etc.

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic beverages

Day 11:        Muchenje Safari Lodge, Chobe River Front

Activities – choose from

Full Day Excursion with Boat trip on Chobe and game drive
Game Drives
Guided Walks
Night Drive
Muchenje Village Visit

Included

Fully Inclusive, standard alcoholic beverages

Day 12:        Departure

Day Itinerary

Return to Victoria Falls .

Consultant Notes

Ethiopian Airways, a Star Alliance member, now flies into Victoria Falls’ new airport allowing you to avoid traveling through South Africa.

Note: All reservations/quotes are subject to our Terms and Conditions as per our website: https://www.adventuretoafrica.com/Terms-and-conditions/All participants required to sign liability release form. Animal sightings are not guaranteed. Malaria prophylaxis is highly recommended for this itinerary.
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