Safari and Culture in Zimbabwe and Botswana

Participate in drumming shows accompanied by traditional dances at Victoria Falls and appreciate San Bushmen art in Matopo Hills. View floodlit waterholes from your room in Hwange and get up-close and personal with the wildlife in Chobe National Park.
Duration: 9 Days
Begin your journey in Chobe National Park, Botswana, and get up close to wild creatures, big and small. Then enjoy a wild and wonderful tour of Western Zimbabwe, including special glimpses of contemporary and historic art and culture, adrenaline-filled days in Victoria Falls, capped off with excellent safari viewing right from the comfort of your lodge in Hwange.

2 Nights in Chobe National Park, Botswana

Begin your journey in Chobe National Park. Botswana's long-standing policies of promoting photographic safaris and banning big-game hunting have allowed the wildlife in and around Chobe to lose some of their sense of fear around humans, enabling you to get that little bit closer. By land, by water and by air Chobe has the same incredible appeal; it is one of the world's best game reserves, with the most professional guides.

Day 1 and Day 2

Stay at the Ngoma Safari Lodge where each suite has a exceptional view of the Chobe River.  Take a cruise up the river and experience the Chobe with a close up encounter of  hippos, crocodiles and other wild creatures, great and small.         

Open vehicle game drives available everyday.

2 Nights in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Cross the border into Zimbabwe to the must-see destination of Victoria Falls. Known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders), Victoria Falls has an activity for everyone. Enjoy hiking trails, helicopter rides, bungee jumping, village tours, horse and quad bike trails.

Day 3 and Day 4

Arrive at the luxury Safari Club where you will enjoy included dinners each night at The Boma and MaKuwa Kuwa restaurants.  Get involved with the interactive drumming show and traditional dance performances. Get up in the morning and discover one most stunning wonders of the natural world, Victoria Falls.

2 Nights in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

With one of the largest elephant populations in the world, Hwange National Park was also the royal hunting grounds of the historic Warrior King Mzilikazi. Get lucky and sight a cheetah, the stealthy leopard or the king of the jungle himself, Lion.

Day 4 and Day 5

Transfer to Kulu Lodge and spend two luxurious nights in tented suites. Spot the animals coming to drink at the floodlit waterhole from the comfort of your room. Professional guides will take you on morning and evening game walks and game drives.

2 Nights in Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe

Motopo Hills is a UNESCO listed world heritage site. Find ancient bushmen paintings in the giant caves of the stone and iron age era. This protected national park is the breeding ground for black and white Rhinoceros.
Day 7 and Day 8

Spend your days walking in the footsteps of King Mzilikazi and the "King of Diamonds" Cecil John Rhodes, both buried in this area. Matopo Hills is a significant spiritual and cultural site for the local people. Take advantage of the Safari Spa at Camp Alinda to round up your trip.
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Best travel time: July to December


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