- Victoria Falls Excusions
- Hwange Game Drives
- Hwange Game Walks
- Mana Pools Canoe Safaris
You will begin your tour at the World Heritage Site, the Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe’s prime tourist attraction, and the gateway to the country. Proceed to Hwange National, the largest park in Zimbabwe occupying roughly 14 650 square kilometers. After your wildlife adventure in Hwange take your charter flight to one of Zimbabwe’s world heritage sites, Mana Pools. The 2000km² park is known for its untapped canoeing trips and close encounters to elephants, buffaloes, hippos, lions and wild animals. Your tour ends in Mana Pools were a charter flight will transfer you back to either Victoria Falls or Harare Airports for your onward travel.
We kindly refer to the 'Itinerary' tab for a day-by-day itinerary. We look forward to giving you 7 amazing days in Zimbabwe.
You are met on arrival at The Victoria Falls Airport by your driver/guide who will assist with your luggage and direct you to your transfer vehicle. Whilst at the airport your driver will brief you on your safari and what to expect in Victoria Falls including all the information you might need to know about Victoria Falls. The transfer to your lodge is about 20 minutes.
After check in you are free to relax by the poolside before you are picked up late afternoon for a Zambezi River dinner cruise returning to the A'Zambezi River Lodge around 2100hrs marking the end to your first night in Victoria Falls.
Your guide will meet you at the lodge reception at 0900hrs and take you to the main falls entry via the Big Tree for a 2-3 hour guided tour of the majestic Victoria Falls. With the expert knowledge of your guide you will go through all the view points inside the rain-forest. The tour will end back at the entrance by 1200hrs. You can have lunch at the Rain-forest cafe (lunch is at clients own expense). Your guide will transfer you back to the lodge. This afternoon you have an option to choose one activity between an elephant back safari, a lion walk, or a 12/13 min helicopter flight over the falls. In the evening your guide will meet you at the lodge reception again at 1900hrs to take you for the Boma Dinner at the Boma Restaurant for an amazing African buffet dinner ending with interactive entertainment as you hit the African Jemba drums into the night. Your guide will be waiting to transfer you back to the lodge after the Boma Dinner.
Depart after breakfast and head from A’Zambezi River Lodge to Hwange National Park arriving just in time for lunch. If lucky you will spot large herds of elephants at the lodge waterhole that always come for a lunch time drink. After lunch your lodge guide will take you on an afternoon game drive in this area in an open 4X4 game drive vehcle ending with a sundowner somewhere in the midst of the bush with the sounds of wildlife all around. As the sun sets you will then drive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight ending your first night in Hwange National Park.
Today you will spend the full day going on game drives into the Hwange National Park and also on the Khulu Ivory Lodge private concession. Khulu overlooks an ancient riverbed, in today’s terms called a ‘vlei’ and the waterhole in this vlei is known to attract a variety of the greatest wildlife and bird life in Hwange National Park.
Early morning game drive or walk before taking the short drive to Hwange Airport for your light aircraft transfer to
Mana Pools. Mana Pools National Park is synonymous with the Zambezi River, elephants, lions, remoteness, and
wilderness. This unique park is a World Heritage Site based on its wildness and beauty together with the wide range of large mammals, over 350 bird species and aquatic wildlife. Mana Pools is one of Zimbabwe's most popular parks. Your flight takes you to a remote airstrip in the heart of Mana Pools were you will be greeted by sightings of wildlife and an ever smiling lodge guide who will transfer you to your lodge for the last 2 nights at Kanga Camp.
Included in your stay are game drives, bird watching, walking safaris, canoeing, fishing, and Kanga under the stars. Kanga Camp is set in the most remote part of the World Heritage Site in Mana Pools, not too far from Chitake Springs. The Camp lies on the isolated Kanga Pan, which is near the Ruckomechi River, about 15km (as the eagle flies) away from the Zambezi. It is the newest camp in the area, having opened in 2010, but its tents have already been upgraded. The camp can be accessed by either road transfer or by charter flights.
Depending on your international flight time from Victoria Falls, you will depart Mana Pools and fly all the way back to Victoria Falls Airport were your safari ends. Your charter flight can also take you to Harare Innternational Airport as another exit route. If you wish to extend with another night or two in either Victoria Falls or Harare, this can be arranged at an extra cost.
- Air charters and road transfers
- All accommodation & meals as specified
- Park Entrance Fees
- Tours & excursions as per itinerary
- International Flights, Airport Taxes & Visas
- Personal Items
- Travel insurance