Despite its political past and challenges Zimbabwe has kept intact its most extraordinary credentials of dramatic landscapes under a perfect climate,its warm and friendly people, endless activities and some of the best wildlife encounters in the world.
The tour combines the national art gallery, wayawaya and pure skills
Walking safaris through the Musi-Ou-Tunya national park and surrounding areas are suitable for active and adventurous participants. Come and test your tracking skills and have educative fun with us finding the Rhinos on exclusive Walks. Here we focus mainly on tracking the white or wide mouthed rhinos which are resident in Mosi-Ou-Tunya National Park. The tour takes about three hours. You are escorted by professional guides and a ranger. Light snacks and water are provided during the tour. Transfers from Lodges or Hotels within Livingstone and park entry fees are included in the price.
Run by licensed professional Guides this one day safari gives the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and, of course, the scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst in the Chobe National Park in Botswana. With some luck, one can also spot a lion, leopard, wild dog and other game. Unless on private safari basis with minimum of 6 people on which the Children have to pay the Adult rate, children under 12 years are not allowed on this safari. We accept children under 2 years only on a private trip basis. Children under 18 years need an unabridged birth certificate to enter Botswana. NOTE: Not all animal sightings are guaranteed
The Chobe camping safari is a great budget safari experience. Our safari is semi-participation. Meaning you will be required to assist in setting up camp in Chobe national park. The Chobe camping safari is a combination of the Chobe river and Chobe National Park. We explore the wildlife of Chobe on a river boat and on 4 x 4 game drive vehicles. It is a great way to explore the movement of the wildlife in Chobe National Park. The river drive offers spectacular views over the Chobe river and the grassland flood plains. Large concentrations of animals are often found on the floodplains. Excellent photographic opportunities on this safari. The Chobe camping safari includes game drives and a wild tented camp in the wilderness of the Chobe national park. There will be a cook on the trip and no cooking is required by guests. Meals will consist of typical hearty ‘bush cuisine‘. All prepared on open fires. We do cater for special dietary requirements. Please state your diet when making your reservation. Game drives are in open 4 x 4 safari vehicles. Our local Botswana guides offer excellent knowledge of the area. Experience the best that Chobe national park has to offer. You have the chance to escape and camp in the wild. Spectacular wildlife sightings and sunsets in the park. Our team can highly recommend the Chobe camping safari. This is a great value for money camping safari. Single supplement of 100 USD. No children under 12 years are allowed on scheduled tours.
This Full day safari trip to Hwange National Park departs daily from either Livingstone in Zambia or Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe. Hwange is one of the largest parks in Africa, and across these rolling plains roam the last great free ranging elephant population, that treads mostly between Hwange and Chobe in Botswana. The journey to the park takes approximately 2 hours and travels. On arrival at Hwange guests will transfer to an open Game Viewing vehicle for a picnic day trip into the Park. Pick up times can vary depending on properties clients are lodging. NOTE: Not all animal sightings are guaranteed
Situated in the northern region of Zimbabwe, on the southern banks of the Zambezi River, Mana Pools National Park will leave you breathless with its beauty. A paradise for walking and canoeing safaris, Mana Pools is a wildlife-rich, biodiverse wonderland that will delight at every turn. You can expect to spot hippopotamus, crocodile, elephants and a wonderful array of aquatic birds within this UNESCO World Heritage Site, and there’s a good chance of seeing lioness’ hunting around waterholes, where prey are seemingly easy pickings.