This is a fantastic low-cost itinerary for anyone who wants to combine a safari in Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls with one in the Chobe National Park. The Chobe National Park safari is centered on an all-inclusive, fully-serviced mobile camping safari, and in Livingstone, where the falls are four kilometers away; you’ll stay in a cheap hotel that includes breakfast. This tour departs daily from October to May and daily throughout the peak summer months of June through September.
You will be welcomed at Kasane Airport and driven to The Old House, where you will spend one night. We can arrange a river cruise on the Chobe River (available at an additional fee) or an afternoon game drive depending on your arrival time.
Walk over to the safari’s starting location around 9:00 am. Following a briefing, you board the boat at 9.30 am for a three-hour boat excursion into the Chobe National Park. Fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles, and of course elephant and cape buffalo will all be present for you to observe. At 12.30 pm, the boat tour comes to a conclusion at the Coffee Buzz restaurant. In Kasane, there is a chance to conduct some last-minute shopping. After leaving for an afternoon game drive, you return to camp shortly after dusk for drinks by the campfire and dinner beneath the stars.
Wake up early to a warm Botswana “dumela” (happy day), then out for a morning game drive after breakfast. Big cats and wild canines are more likely to be seen around this time of day because they are still active and out. Then head back to Camp for a delectable “bush brunch” and some time to read, relax, or take a cool shower. After tea, a second afternoon game drive is taken, during which good sightings are revisited or yet-unexplored areas are examined. After sundown, return to Camp for a contemplative fireside discussion. Dinner is served next, as it always is to the mesmerizing sounds of the African night.
,p>Enjoy a morning breakfast before going on a game drive; if you’re lucky, you might even see a leopard! Return to Camp for a delectable “bush brunch” and the chance to pack and have a refreshing shower. Before returning to Kasane/Kazungula, depart Camp and have one last boat trip on the Chobe River. At 16.30, you’ll be left off in Kasane/Kazungula and taken via another transfer across the border to Victoria Falls. You will spend two nights in a cabin at the Explorer Village or a comparable location there.
Day at leisure to explor8-Day Kruger, Chobe and Victoria Falls Safarie Victoria Falls and one of the many additional activities it offers, such as a sunset cruise, a microlight or helicopter flight over the falls, white water rafting, a trip to the Zambian side to view the falls from there, or a trip to Livingstone Island.
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