Victoria Falls and Chobe Encounter
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Explore the thundering Victoria Falls and enjoy resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi river at the western end of the eponymous falls.
You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a day trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana. However, explore the diverse game drives, game walks and boat cruises that will give you the opportunity to sight and encounter the population of elephants, hippos and buffalos, as well as the lions that prey on them.
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What you'll Experience on this Tour
Day 1 - 2The Majestic Falls of Zimbabwe
On your arrival at the Victoria Falls International Airport, you will be met and transported to the Victoria…
Day 1 - 2
The Majestic Falls of Zimbabwe
On your arrival at the Victoria Falls International Airport, you will be met and transported to the Victoria Falls Safari Club, situated within the magnificent grounds of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge resort - overlooking a private waterhole which attracts a large number of animals. This will be your home for the next two nights with breakfast included. also included in yoru two night stay is two lunches at Makuwa-Kuwa and a dinner at the Boma which is an incredible experience.
Here, you will be given the opportunity to enjoy a sundowner cruise on the signature deck of the Zambezi Explorer or Zambezi Royal - during your cruise, you will discover the wildlife on the banks of the river as well as birdlife. A guided Tour of the Falls is also included in your stay where you get to experience the splendounr that is the 'Smoke that Thunders'
Includes & Excludes
Meals: Full Board
Day 3 - 4Crossing over to Botswana
After breakfast, you bid Zimbabwe farewell as you’re transferred through the Kazangula Border by road and ferry…
Day 3 - 4
Crossing over to Botswana
After breakfast, you bid Zimbabwe farewell as you’re transferred through the Kazangula Border by road and ferry into Botswana and to the Ngoma Safari Lodge. You will stay on an all inclusive basis for two nights. Ngoma Safari Lodge is located in the Chobe Forest Reserve - just three kilometres from the Chobe National Park.
Explore Cobe's wealth of wildlife through game drives, game walks and boat cruises - which will give you the opportunity to sight elephants swimming across the river and a wide variety of approximately 75 mammals, 450 bird species as well as lions, spring hares and baboons.
Includes & Excludes
Meals: Full Board
Day 5End of Dream African Safari
Enjoy your final morning activities followed by a leisurely breakfast before being collected at the lodge and…
End of Dream African Safari
Enjoy your final morning activities followed by a leisurely breakfast before being collected at the lodge and transferred to the Kasane Airport, where you board your connecting flight back home.
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FAQs about Vic Falls and Chobe Encounter
The Chobe River originates in Angola, the Kwando River. It flows along the northeast edge of Botswana's Chobe National Park, becoming the Linyati River and ultimately the Chobe River.
Safari lodges have guest rooms similar to a hotel with en-suite bathrooms. They are comfortably furnished with all facilities normally associated with a 3-star hotel. Tented lodges have rooms which are tents on a platform and with a roof and also have en-suite facilities with showers, flush toilets and hot as well as cold running water! Like a hotel bathroom. The safari lodges and bigger tented lodges can be more “touristy” and being larger establishment they can be a bit impersonal if you are travelling alone or as s couple. They suit those who prefer to have the infrastructure and facilities of a hotel and most have swimming pools and extensive grounds and gardens. The boutique lodges and camps can be very stylish and smart in terms of design and decor, often with very spacious rooms and even going so far in some cases as having plunge pools for each room. Eco-camps and smaller tented camps have insect-proof tents with en-suite facilities including safari shower and flush toilet. They give a more authentic safari experience but the tents are comfortably furnished with proper beds and you don’t need to bring your own sleeping bag! The emphasis is usually on having excellent guides and great wildlife viewing away from the crowds. Guests often eat together and people travelling alone usually say that they found the atmosphere friendly and enjoyed meeting other like-minded travellers around the campfire in the evening or at dinner. The Adventure Camps are a budget option with guests bringing their own sleeping bags and towels. Accommodation is in small dome tented with a mattress on the floor. Each tent has its own nearby cubicle with a flush toilet, safari shower, and wash basin. The Adventure Camps are suitable only for those who don’t mind “real camping” and can put with some degree of “roughing it”. Apart from the accommodation in simple dome tents, the meals and the guiding are the same standards as the higher quality camps and game drives are in 4x4 safari vehicles. For those on a limited budget, the Adventure Camps are a good alternative to the big tourist lodges and minibus tours for those for whom the safari experience is more important than hotel accommodation.
To make the most of your Victoria Falls safari, it's best to travel during the months of February to May. Due to the summer rains, the thundering Victoria Falls will be flowing at it's fullest.