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Safari: Botswana, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls and Chobe Safari

Encounter the smoke that thunders and explore the land of giants in the Chobe National Park

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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 to Expect on This Safari

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1 to 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'

Meals: Full Board 

Transport: Included

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3 to 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.

Meals: Full Board

Transport: Included

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5

We're sad to see you leave

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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