Victoria Falls without any single doubt are one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Visitors will take the Zambezi sundowner cruise on day 1. On day two, they will take a guided tour of the Zimbabwean side of these magnificent falls and enjoy lunch at the Lookout Café before taking a breathtaking helicopter ride over the Victoria Falls. The journey will conclude with a full day of game drives and a river safari in Chobe National Park, where you can get up close to the enormous elephant herds of this renowned big game location.
Chobe was Botswana’s first national park and is still its most beautiful. In fact, it is regarded as one of the best parks in Africa. Chobe is frequently referred to as the “Land of the Giants” because to the extraordinary amount of elephants that call this area home. These gentle, graceful, enormous creatures have few natural predators, and for the past few years, they have been shielded from hunting and culling. As a result, they have roamed the park in large herds, seriously harming some portions of the vegetation.
You will be driven from Victoria Falls Airport to your safari lodge as soon as you arrive. You will be transferred to a dinner cruise, which offers additional spectacular sights, after getting ready. A very unique four-course dinner is given as you take in the beauty of the setting sun in addition to the stunning colors of the Zambezi River at night. Set off into the dark after boarding at the Pure Africa Waterfront. You will be led to your designated table after your favorite beverage has been poured; where a delicious spread of meals freshly prepared on the boat and coupled with quality drinks are provided. Elephant silhouettes against the setting light and the sound of distant hippos groaning will undoubtedly enhance the ambiance.
You will take a guided tour of the falls, which is a truly amazing experience. The sight, sound, smell, and humbled sensation all confirm that this is, in fact, nature’s greatest work of art. Visitors will take a helicopter ride over the falls after taking a guided tour of the falls to fully appreciate its beauty from above. After their helicopter trip, visitors are driven back to the lodge where they can rest and get ready for the famed Boma Dinner & Drum Show, which features a mouthwatering combination of regional food. and a journey the following day to Botswana’s Chobe National Park.
You will be transferred from your lodge or hotel to the Kazungula border, where you will be met by a Botswana local guide. Continue straight ahead to the river from here, where they will spend the morning seeing wildlife along the Chobe River. Around 12:30 pm, as the morning cruise comes to an end, visitors are brought to a hotel beside the river for lunch. After lunch, visitors board safari vehicles for a game drive in the Chobe National Park in the late afternoon, where they will have the chance to see a variety of species. Following the game drive, you will be driven back to the Kazungula Border, where the Zimbabwean guide will be waiting to take you back to the lodge or hotel in Victoria Falls, where you will arrive at around 6:30 p.m.
On this day, you will check out of the lodge and be taken to the airport for a farewell with plans to reunite for another adventure.
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