This safari excursion allows you to experience the best of both wildlife and water life. You will have the opportunity to see the “Big Five” in Zimbabwe’s biggest national park, And that is Hwange National Park. Hwange National Park is one of Zimbabwe’s largest renowned wildlife reserve parks. Hwange National Park is a well-known tourist destination due to its geographical regions and proximity to the well-known Vitoria Falls. Hwange National Reserve is separated into two natural zones and covers an area of up to 14,600 square kilometers. Explore the Victoria Falls, also known as Mosi Oa Tunya, which translates to “The Smoke That Thunders” in the native tongue. It is the largest waterfall in the world and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Upon arrival you will be met at Victoria Falls Airport by a representative from Dav Safaris. After that, you will be driven to your camp lodge in Hwange National Park. In a cool Safari vehicle, the trip takes two hours. After a long journey, when you arrive at the lodge, you will feel refreshed and relaxed. You will eat a fantastic meal while listening to the sounds of the African nature.
You will begin your first safari adventure with a morning game drive after a full breakfast. Hwange boasts the largest variety of animals of any national park in the world, with over 100 species in residence. It also contains one of the biggest populations of elephants. Around the waterholes during the conclusion of the dry season, there are 20,000–70,000 people present. The park is home to an astonishing assortment of antelope, including some rare species like the larger kudu and sable antelope. By midday, you’ll be back at camp where lunch will be provided and you may rest. You can pick between a guided safari walk or an afternoon wildlife drive in the afternoon to get closer to the natural world. You will return to camp by sundown for a tasty dinner and to unwind after an exciting day of sightseeing.
Your day will begin with an early morning game drive, giving you the opportunity to observe some nocturnal species as they prepare for bed. After you have a hearty breakfast when you get back to camp, it will be time to pack up and head to Victoria Falls by midday. You are responsible for paying for lunch. You will be picked up from your lodge in the evening and taken to an African drum concert and Afrocentric dinner. The four-course “Boma Dinner” includes a shared starter tray, soup made over the campfire, a variety of salads, and vegetarian fare. After that, there will be a braai (barbecue) buffet with game meats and stews, a variety of sweets, and nonstop entertainment that will end with a hands-on drum display. This makes the Victoria Falls experience a “must do” when taken as a whole. You’ll then go back to your lodge to rest.
After breakfast, it will be time for you to confront the impressive Victoria Falls. With the help of our skilled and experienced guide, who will lead you on a 1700m walk via 16 observation locations, you will have a guided tour of the waterfall. If you don’t want to get wet, a rain jacket may be necessary, and a waterproof bag for your phone and camera is a must. You might want to choose the optional helicopter flip over the falls after the waterfall tour to get a full perspective. You can also reserve a ton of different extracurricular events to keep your day busy. You will have lunch during the course of the activity. Your day will come to a close with a lavish sunset boat upriver from the waterfall on the Zambezi River, where you can take in a stunning African sunset while sipping on exotic beverages. Numerous birds as well as hippos and crocodiles could be seen. You will be given a 3-course supper on the river bank soon after the 2-hour cruise before being driven back to the lodge.
It will be time to say farewell after breakfast. You will be driven to Victoria Falls Airport where you may board a flight home or to your next location, full of wonderful memories and, of course, loads of photos.
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