This journey will allow you entry to Chobe National Park, which is home to approximately 100,000 elephants, as well as the largest waterfall in the world. The Big 4 of the African Safari are present there. As the animals gather to drink, the Chobe River provides superb opportunities for wildlife viewing. The Victoria Falls is one of the most major natural geographical features of the Zambezi River, as well as one of the most well-known and unquestionably stunning waterfall formations in the entire world.
Victoria Falls is a must-see location for first-time travelers to Africa and the ideal starting or finishing point for a wildlife safari. If you don’t have much time, there are a lot of fantastic animal reserves close to the falls, including Botswana’s Chobe National Park, which is home to many elephants.
You will be met at Victoria Falls Airport by a Dav Safaris representative who will transfer you to your hotel. You’ll shower and unwind. You will be collected up in the afternoon and transported to the Zambezi River for a luxury sunset cruise. Following the trip, you’ll have a three-course meal on the Zambezi River’s banks while gazing at the sky. After dinner, you’ll be driven back to your hotel.
Today, after a substantial breakfast, our guide will pick you up and take you on a guided tour of the beautiful Victoria Falls. You will be driven to the helipad to take a helicopter tour of the falls after the walking tour. This will allow you to see the enormous waterfall from above. Following the trip, your guide will drive you to the Lookout Cafe on the Edge of the Batoka Gorge, where you may eat lunch while admiring the stunning scenery of the gorges below. You will be picked up later on in the evening and transported to the Boma Restaurant where you may partake in a buffet supper and an African drumshow. After dinner, you’ll be dropped off at the hotel.
Following breakfast, you will be driven to Kasane town in Botswana. Victoria Falls is an hour away by car. Along with boat rides on the Chobe River, activities include game drives in open-air 4 x 4 cars. Following your safari activities, you will return to the hotel for dinner.
You will take a game drive and a game cruise on this day to explore the famous Chobe National Park. Safaris in the Chobe National Park are thrilling. Almost 100,000 elephants live there. As the primary source of water, the Chobe River provides excellent opportunities to observe animals. As the day warms up, animals will come down for a drink. Four of the big five safari animals are in the park. On the list of the “big 5,” only the rhino is missing from the park. Dinner will be served at the resort.
You will be taken to the Kasane Airport for your trip home or to your next adventure after breakfast.
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