Visitors are met and welcomed at a location convenient to them in Johannesburg or Pretoria and shuttle transferred to O R Tambo International Airport for a flight to Livingstone. Guests are then met on arrival at Livingstone and transferred to their lodge, situated on the heights above the Victoria Falls. The safari lodge is bordered by the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and the Zambezi River. These majestic falls are approximately 1,7 km wide and 108m high. The Zambezi River tumbles over a sheer cliff into the restricted gorge below in a thunderous spectacle of swirling mists. A little further downstream, the Batoka Gorge is well-known for its river rafting experiences, all this places to the Falls’ status as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The late afternoon is dedicated to observing Victoria Falls from different vantage points.
Overnight: Stanley’s Safari Lodge
The morning is devoted to visiting the Falls section of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The name translates to ‘the smoke that thunders’, which is the name given to the Falls by the locals. The sanctuary affords incredible views and, during the dry season, you may walk across to Livingstone Island for a heart-stopping peek into the chasm below. Guests may also observe zebra, giraffe and, from time to time, elephant pass through the area. In the late afternoon you will enjoy a sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River. Relish traditional cocktails and snacks whilst witnessing one of the most spectacular sunsets you are ever likely to see – an evening that will remain with you for a lifetime.
Overnight: Stanley Safari Lodge
Meals: Full Board
Breakfast is followed by a drive of around an hour to Kazungula, where the countries of Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia, and Botswana meet. After crossing into Botswana, a drive of about ten minutes leads to the town of Kasane, which is located on the edge of the Chobe National Park The park is named after this majestic river that protects 10.700 km² of the northern Kalahari Desert, providing ensuing wilderness and a game density that is steadily remarkable. Famed for its massive elephant populations, big herds of buffalo and incredible birdlife. The late afternoon is dedicated to your first open four-wheel drive safari.
Overnight: Chobe Game Lodge
Meals: Full Board
Visitors will experience two safari activities in the Chobe National Park on this day. The activities interchange between water-based game viewing from a boat and land-based open four-wheel game drives and on the Chobe River. Flout and Fauna are bountiful of different areas in one park. When the dry season begins, large herds of elephant and buffalo seek the permanent waters of the Chobe and Linyanti Rivers. Imagine thousands of them, coming sometimes all the way from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. The park offers some of the best game viewing in Africa.
Overnight: Chobe Game Lodge
Meals: Full Board
After morning game drive which is followed by breakfast we transfer to Livingstone Airport. From Livingstone, visitors fly to O R Tambo in Johannesburg and upon arrival they will be met by tourAfrika representative and shuttle transferred to any location convenient to them in Johannesburg or Pretoria after their excellent Chobe and Victoria Falls safari.
Pleasure yourself for three nights and four days of exclusivity and remote safari experiences in an untouched part of Botswana. The Linyanti Game Reserve offers unbelievable game viewing and luxurious accommodations unequivocally containerized by the wilderness.
Mesmerize in South Africa’s most prized wilds of Greater Kruger and later experience a stimulating break at Victoria Falls. Day 1: Greater Kruger National Park Visitors are met upon arrival at O R Tambo International Airport and are guided […]
This twelve-day tour is truly spent on audacious activities found throughout Southern Africa. Adrenalin activities undertaken are the climb to the top of Table Mountain, cage dive with great white sharks and white water rafting on the impressive Zambezi River. Another highpoint will be viewing the Big Five in Timbavati game reserve.
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Sat – Sun 08h00 – 13h00
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