This journey allows you to see one of the world’s natural wonders, the magnificent Victoria Falls in Livingstone. Additionally, you will get the opportunity to spend the entire day exploring the Chobe National Park, a wildlife sanctuary in Botswana. The Victoria Falls are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the “top ten wonders of the world.” They serve as a wall separating the upper and lower reaches of the Zambezi River. Despite still being in a “no man’s land,” the Zambezi River aids in defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Victoria Falls were originally discovered by a European, David Livingstone (an explorer and missionary), in 1855. Livingstone gave the falls the name Victoria in honor of the reigning monarch of England at the time. It is crucial to remember that before Livingstone arrived, local African tribes had been residing in the region for tens of thousands of years. The first ape-like humans (Homo habilis) lived close to the falls approximately 3 million years ago, according to fossils and artefacts found by archaeologists.
>Chobe National Park is in Botswana and holds the honor of being the nation’s first national park. Chobe, Botswana’s third-largest protected area spans an expanse of 4,500 square miles (11,700 sq km). The park is named after the Chobe River; It runs along the park’s northern perimeter and defines the border between Botswana and Namibia’s Caprivi Strip.
Upon arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport, In Livingstone, you will be greeted by a representative who will assist you with your bags and transport you to the Lodge. Where you will spend your night and have a wonderful safari adventure in Zambia. Depending on your arrival time, check in, have lunch, and unwind.
Following breakfast, you will be picked up for a full-day journey to Chobe National Park. As soon as you cross the border, a vehicle will transport you to the Chobe River cruising point in Chobe National Park, where your boat tour will begin. You will eat lunch at noon and then continue your wildlife drive in a 4×4 safari vehicle. You will get back at the resort about 6 p.m. for dinner and bed.
Following breakfast, you will be picked up for a guided Victoria Falls tour on the Zambian side, where you will be able to see this natural wonder. Afterwards, you’ll head back to the hotel for a lunch break for and some downtime. You will embark on a sunset boat tour on the Zambezi River later in the day, around 4 p.m., while enjoying complimentary drinks and refreshments. You will see some amazing wildlife, including elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of birds, as well as the sun setting over the river. You’ll later return to the lodge for supper and to spend the night.
After breakfast on this day, your driver-guide will take you to Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport so you may board your trip back home or to the hotel you’ve arranged.
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