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6 Nights Victoria Falls, Chobe and the Okavango Delta

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Tour Details

Spectacular landscape, beautiful scenery, abundance and variety of wildlife as well community interactions are what to expect on the 7-day authentic African safari adventure.
This journey starts with a visit to Victoria Falls, known as Zimbabwe’s adventure capital and where activities on offer here are diverse to meet any level of fitness – from a guided walking tour of the Falls or a Cruise along the Zambezi River, sipping sundowners and snacking on canapes to a thrilling flip over the Batoka Gorge or a 25-minute Flight of Angels over the Falls.

From here cross the border to Botswana and spend three days exploring Chobe National Park considered the best rendez-vous location for the world’s largest population of elephants; see wild dogs and witness large pride of lions and packs of hyena hunt on the open grasslands as well as leopard patrol the woodlands. For more wildlife spectacles, connect to the Okavango Delta, a maze of meandering water channels, papyrus-fringed banks and floating islands teeming with wildlife. Drift through the watery landscape on a mokoro canoe, spotting hippos and kingfishers or fuel your adrenaline with a thrilling helicopter and horseback safari.

Summary of your Trip
  • 2 Night Ilala Lodge (Victoria Falls) | Zimbabwe
  • 2 Nights Chobe Bush Lodge (Chobe National Park) | Botswana
  • 2 Nights Moremi Crossing (Okavango Delta) | Botswana
Price Includes
  • Accommodation and meals as specified
  • Road Transfers as specified
  • Light aircraft transfers and Road transfers To /From Airstrips as detailed in the itinerary
  • All scheduled safari activities offered by the camps
  • National Parks and conservation entry fees
  • Local beverages at Moremi Crossing only
Price Excludes
  • International and Regional Flights
  • Entry visas
  • Gratuities
  • Premium brands drinks
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Additional activities not included as scheduled at hotels, lodges or camp
  • Spa treatments
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Victoria Falls

Welcome to Victoria Falls, southern Africa’s adventure capital. At the airport, you will be welcomed by our representative and transferred by road to Illala Lodge – your luxury home for the next two nights.
After checking in, settle in your room, relax and later explore the lodge at your own leisure
Ilala Lodge Hotel is a family-run hotel that offers luxury and comfort in the heart of Victoria Falls. Nestled in attractive gardens, the well-appointed hotel is a mere eight-minute walk from Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and is ideally located for guests to easily access all the historical sites, restaurants and activities available in Victoria Falls.

Later in the afternoon, you will be transferred from the lodge to the mighty Zambezi River for the afternoon sunset cruise. The Zambezi cruise is a superb way to relax and enjoy the beauty of the river. Guests may have the opportunity to see a variety of game; including hippo, crocodile, elephant and sometimes even rhino in their natural habitat, as well as enjoy the many different bird species, there are great photo opportunities against the often-spectacular African sunsets.
After the sunset cruise, it is time for Victoria Falls “must-do” experience: The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show (own account). It is a unique cultural experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights and sounds of Africa. Enjoy a legendary dining and entertainment experience that offers an unforgettable fusion of mouth-watering local cuisine, energetic dance performances, interactive drumming and traditional storytelling.
The four-course meal includes a delicious platter of starters, soup from the campfire, and a braai (barbecue) buffet, followed by a selection of desserts.

Room Type: Standard room
Meal Basis: Accommodation, Sunset Cruise

Day 2Explore Victoria Falls

Today is all about Victoria Falls. After breakfast, you will be picked up for a guided tour of Victoria Falls. En route, clients may be taken past the “Big Tree” where they stop for photos.
You will be accompanied through the Rainforest by one of our qualified guides who will give a brief history of the Falls themselves as well as detail the flora, fauna, bird & wildlife and other points of interest. Feel the magic of this majestic waterfall as it showers you in awe. Dwell in an aura of wonderment as you are exposed to Zambia’s finest attraction.

The Guide is also happy to assist guests with photographs whilst visiting this most spectacular of waterfalls, Raincoats are provided when needed.
The rest of the day is at leisure to partake in the many optional activities available (own account). Later in the afternoon, return to the lodge to relax or why not go into Victoria Falls town to view the markets for African curios?
On your return to the lodge, you can relax with sundowners at the Buffalo Bar and indulge in African cuisine at the lodge’s “Makuwa-Kuwa Restaurant” (own account)

Room Type: Standard room
Meal Basis: Accommodation, Breakfast, Tour of the Falls

Day 3Victoria Falls - Chobe National Park

This morning enjoy breakfast followed by check-out procedures. Then it is cross-border time – Get your passport ready to save time when crossing the Botswana border. You will be picked up for your road transfer to Kasane Airport (a shared transfer) from where you will be collected by Chobe Bush Lodge.
With its intimate, modern and contemporary design, Chobe Bush Lodge is found in Kasane along the Chobe River, within eye distance of Chobe Safari Lodge. Chobe Bush Lodge offers modern, spacious rooms in a tranquil setting. The entrance gate to Chobe National Park is a short 5-minute drive away, and the boat cruises enter the park directly from the lodge.

We are close to three international airports – Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Kasane – and daily road transfers or charter flights connecting all these airports with Chobe Bush Lodge make us easily accessible.
On arrival at the lodge, enjoy a welcome drink while completing the check-in procedure – settle in your luxury room and later enjoy a delicious lunch.

In the afternoon, gather for tea/coffee before departing for an afternoon river cruise on the Chobe River. Let your adrenaline flow into another form as you hop aboard a boat in search of the residents of the Chobe River. Chobe boat cruises are a fantastic way to experience the best of Botswana’s wildlife.
This is an opportunity to get up close to large herds of abundant animals in the Chobe National Park. They tend to make their way to the river and onto the islands in the river to feast on the sweet grass. Puku and lechwe antelopes are standard on the Chobe floodplains.
Here, herds of elephants frequently cross the Chobe River. Hippos and crocodiles like to bask in the sun next to the water. You can also see buffalo and giraffes and other plains game. Lucky visitors might see leopards and lions! Furthermore, there are over 460 bird species in the park.
Dinner at the lodge

Room Type: Luxury room
Meal Basis: All meals, Boat cruise

Day 4Explore Chobe National Park

The National Park is where the largest elephant population in the world treads determinedly across the dusty ground and the African Fish eagle swoops down to the great river, uttering his charismatic call, you will find a new Botswana wilderness to explore. And not only is Chobe National Park famous for its huge herds of elephants but also for its buffalo as well as the associated predators such as large pride of lions that have learned to hunt them. There are also numerous antelope and other plains game as well as vast pods of hippos wallowing in the shallows of the river Chobe.

Today is dedicated to exploring Chobe National Park on Morning 4 x 4 Game Drive and an afternoon cruise on the Chobe River.
Watching a herd of elephants heading to the water through the dry season landscape of Botswana’s northern wilderness is one of the visitors’ most abiding images of Chobe. During the dry season, the Chobe River provides a lifeline for Botswana’s great elephant herds, and they travel vast distances each day across the desiccated wilderness to and from the permanent waters of the river. It is not unusual to see hundreds of elephants at any one time on the Chobe floodplains, kicking up dust or splashing in the water.
Dinner at the lodge.

Room Type: Luxury room
Meal Basis: All meals, 2 game activities

Day 5 - 6Okavango Delta

This morning is an early rise for your last game activity in the Chobe National. It can be a 4 x 4 game drive or a Boat Cruise, it will depend on what the lodge has scheduled for you).
Return to the lodge for a leisurely breakfast followed by check-out procedures.
After a blissful 3-day wildlife spectacle in Botswana’s premier national park, you will fly to the Okavango Delta, a vast inland river delta known for its sprawling grassy plains, which floods seasonally, becoming a lush animal habitat.

On arrival at the airstrip, you will be welcome by the camp’s team, sit back and enjoy a mini-game transfer to Moremi Crossing in the heart of the Okavango Delta. It is an eco-friendly camp built on a palm-fringed island surrounded by the Moremi’s game-rich seasonal floodplains and overlooking Chief’s Island. The channels around Moremi Crossing offer far-reaching vistas of the Moremi’s floodplains, grasslands, and marginal woodlands interspersed with Mokolwane palm islands.
Activities on offer are half or full-day mokoro trips with a game walk on Chief’s Island, bush walks with picnic lunch, wilderness camping, sunset motorboat cruises, and game drives in low water.
The following 3 days are dedicated to relaxing and soaking up the ambience in the diverse Moremi Game Reserve. Discover the hidden secrets of the African bush, and become part of the bustling river life along the papyrus clad banks of the Okavango Delta. Explore the wilderness on 4 x 4 game drives, guided bush walks, or glide silently through the waterways in a “Mokoro”, a local canoe that is the perfect way to silently approach the Delta animals such as Lion, Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Impala, Zebra, Red Lechwe and many more.

Another great way to explore the crystal-clear channels of the Boro River is by motorboat. Watch the sunset while drifting along a lagoon and sipping on sundowners. Mokoros, boat cruises & fishing are also water-level dependents.
Spend the evening outdoors, reflecting on the day’s events as a comfy ambience is created by a roaring campfire. Interact with the friendly staff members as you learn more about the African culture and lifestyle. Return to your elegantly decorated eco-friendly bush tent and dose off into a deep sleep.

Room Type: Luxury Tent
Meal Basis: All meals & local beverages

Day 7Going home

The time has come to say goodbye as your African wildlife adventure comes to an end. Enjoy a hearty meal and the last opportunity to take photos of the African wilderness. Catch a final glimpse of Moremi Game Reserve and Okavango Delta from the window of your light aircraft en route to Maun.

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