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Zimbabwe Active and Outdoor Tours 2019/2020

1 Active and Outdoor Tours with 10 Reviews

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  • Etosha National Park - Game viewing in one of Africa's unique wildlife settings..
  • Okavango Delta Panhandle - Explore the natural majesty of the Delta by boat and vehicle..
  • Victoria Falls - One of the natural wonders of the world..
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  • Starts Cape Town, Africa
  • Ends Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Cape Town To Victoria Falls Adventure

23 day wildlife trip through Cape Town, Cederberg, Gariep River and 20 other destinations in 5 different countries. Read More
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4.3 - Very Good Based on 10 customer reviews
Cape Town to Vic Falls camping Dec 2015 Reviewed Tour: Africa Lunar Photo Safari with George Kourounis
3 - Average
“Not the easiest trip for many reasons but nevertheless a well-paced opportunity to see some wonderful scenery and wildlife in a relatively short time.”
Azv Cape Town to vic falls Reviewed Tour: Africa Lunar Photo Safari with George Kourounis
3 - Average
“An amazing trip with lots of travel so be prepared for lots of long drives, early mornings and desert. This is made up for by the amazing sites of the animals, table mountain and vic falls. It would definitely be worth booking table mountain prior to your visit and you can skip the queue.”
Cape Town to Victoria Falls (camping) Reviewed Tour: Africa Lunar Photo Safari with George Kourounis
5 - Excellent
“What a great time we had, a super group of fellow travellers and fantastic leader, cook and driver.
WE SAW THE BIG FIVE which was in large part down to the crew and their game spotting.
I had done this same trip years ago with Guerba, that trip was a participatory camping experience where we had to take turns cooking! This trip was complete luxury by comparison.
Our cook Ivan was a trained pastry chef so our meals were a real treat especially the deserts. The campsites were in the main of a good standard and although our cheif aka Christopher apologised because there was no grass to pitch the tents on ( no suprise in the dessert) we soon got used to the sand. There was the flexibility to move on early to Swakomund when we were caught up in a bad sand storm which upended several of our tents.
The Itinerary was well thought out. Our group of 12 was an ideal size as we could mainly have a window seat. There were lockers at the back of the truck in which we were able to lock up our valuables. Some journeys were
long but the scenery was so varied it was never boring.
The real highlights are no doubt the game drives. Go on this tour if you can.”
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