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Zimbabwe Cruise Tours 2019/2020

2 great cruise tours in Zimbabwe. Searching for a cruise tour in Zimbabwe? Below you will find 2 curated cruise tours taking place in Zimbabwe with 1 review. Our cruise tours are supplied by 2 hand-picked travel operators in Zimbabwe. With tour prices ranging from 1,040 USD to 3,110 USD and tour durations varying from 4 days and to 23 days, there is plenty to choose from.

2 Cruise Tours with 1 Review

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  • Victoria Falls Rainforest.
  • Zambezi River Boat Cruise.
  • Chobe River Cruise.
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  • Starts Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • Ends Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls & Chobe National Park 4 D/ 3 N Package

of 1 review
  • Free cancellation
  • E-ticket
  • Trip customizable
What an amazing experience. From the start of our tour, all the way to the last minute, every activity was ...
From US$ 1,040 4 days View Tour
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Highlights
  • 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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From US$ 3,638 23 days View Tour
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Zimbabwe Tour Reviews

5.0 - Excellent Based on 1 customer reviews
Once in a lifetime Reviewed Tour: Victoria Falls & Chobe National Park 4 D/ 3 N Package
Annelies Van Almenkerk From Belgium
5 - Excellent
“What an amazing experience. From the start of our tour, all the way to the last minute, every activity was worth every moment and my only wish is that it could have lasted longer. Amazing to see how many animals are still roaming around - what an incredibly time.”
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