When you think safari, you probably conjure up images of thrilling game drives through pristine African wilderness in Botswana and Zimbabwe, experiencing spectacular species along the way. The legendary Hwange and Chobe National Parks are one of the world's most known safari havens, and Southern Africa is home to an extraordinary assortment of animal reserves. Game drives here promise a fantastic experience with a diverse selection of species in various areas.
Chobe National Park Botswana
Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Today's safari package includes a game drive in the world-renowned Chobe National Park and a boat tour on the Chobe River. The Chobe national park in Botswana, which is just one hour's drive from Victoria Falls, is home to one of the continent's highest concentrations of game. You will be picked up at your hotel at 7 a.m. and driven for 70 kilometers (45 minutes) to the border between Zimbabwe and Botswana, where you will complete the immigration procedures and have your passport stamped before crossing to the Botswana side for the excursion. Throughout the day, drinks and a buffet lunch will be served at your Safari lodge, immediately before the boat excursion. After the excursion, you will be dropped up to Shearwater Explorers Village.
You will be picked up early from your lodging and driven to Hwange National Park. You will drive 180 kilometers (approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes) along the Bulawayo Road. You will eat breakfast when you get to the park, then go on a morning game drive. Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park is the country's largest and busiest park. It is well-known for the large number of creatures, including elephants, buffaloes, lions, wild dogs, impalas, giraffes, and other bird species, that can be found there. After the morning game drive, you will have lunch and then do another afternoon game drive. You will have plenty of opportunities to spot a wide range of animals, as there are many waterholes dotted around the park from where animals can be seen clearly. When the game drive is finished, it is time to drive back to Victoria Falls, you will be driven back to your safari lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast at your accommodation, the tour will comes to an end, and clients are delivered off at Victoria Falls International Airport.