Visitors have access to some of the best wildlife viewing and cultural discovery opportunities in two southern African countries: South Africa and Zimbabwe. This fully equipped excursion provides adventure at a reasonable cost. The journey starts in Johannesburg and ends in Zimbabwe near Victoria Falls. You will experience the breathtaking sights of Victoria Falls, Matobos National Park, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, and Kruger National Park on the tour.
We’ll leave Johannesburg at 6:30 a.m. for the world-famous Kruger National Park. We’ll remain in the reserve’s Letaba region while touring the park’s northern region. In this renowned wildlife conservation region, we will go on morning and afternoon game drives in our safari vehicle in the hopes of seeing lions, elephants, rhinos, and other species.
We’ll get up early and drive through the park to the Pafuri area. Mopane veld dominates the northern Kruger National Park, which is home to huge elephant bulls, wild dogs, and lions. As we move closer to the Limpopo Valley, the foliage turns into a forest, and there are lots of birds. Late in the day, we leave the park and spend the night at a lodge close to the Kruger National Park.
We’ll cross into Zimbabwe at Beitbridge and head north to our overnight halt. We go to the Great Zimbabwe Ruins the next morning. These well-preserved ruins, which date from the 11th to the 14th century, are among the oldest and largest stone buildings in Southern Africa. With the help of a local guide, we take an educational tour to see these historic stone buildings.
We proceed to Matobo National Park and our chalets on the park’s outskirts via the city of Bulawayo. On the granite ridge overlooking the park, we will take in sundowners in the late afternoon. The gravesite of Cecil John Rhodes will be our first stop the next morning, along with World’s View. On our wildlife drive and stroll, we will stop at a number of unusual rock formations that are home to a variety of historic bushman paintings. We hope to see rhinos on our trip through the national park, which is also where Zimbabwe’s rhinos live.
With a total area of over 14,650 square kilometers and a name derived from a local Nhanzwa chief, Hwange National Park is the biggest park in Zimbabwe. The abundance of elephants in Hwange has made it famous. Our chalets are located in the park’s game management area, and we take a full-day game drive in an open 4×4 game viewing vehicle with our local guide to explore the park.
We will take a breathtaking guided tour through tropical foliage to the Victoria Falls’ Mosi oa Tunya, or “the smoke that thunders,” brink. In addition, there are options for “flight of angels” rides, bungee jumping, and white water rafting on the powerful Zambezi River.
This day marks the end of your safari, you will be dropped off at the airport to catch your home flight or at the hotel you’re reserved.
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