This 6-Days Zimbabwe Wildlife Safari is a fantastical tour of Zimbabwe that covers the entire western portion of the nation and features incredible scenery and fantastic wildlife opportunities. You will visit Hwange National Park and see wildlife encounters that stand up to the best in Africa. The safari stops at Matobo National Park, a stunning place known for fantastic rhino sightings and massive balancing granite boulders. A breathtaking journey to Victoria Falls, Africa’s Natural Wonder of the World, marks the tour’s conclusion. A safari in Zimbabwe is great for tourists who wish to avoid the throng and view the classic African wildlife in uninhabited areas. Zimbabwe provides a thorough safari experience by combining outstanding national parks with luxurious safari lodging and some of the best guiding in Africa.
You will be picked up at Bulawayo International Airport and driven 20 minutes via Bulawayo city to the Matobo National Park, stopping along the way if you need to get some food or use the restroom. After that, you’ll travel to Zimbabwe’s oldest national park, the Matobo Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will have time to check-in once you arrive, unpack, and then gather for an afternoon game drive in the park in search of the uncommon Rhino.
You will have a delicious breakfast at the hotel when you awaken, and then you should get ready to be picked up for the guided tour of the falls. The tour begins with an old baobab in Victoria Falls National Park called “the Big Tree.” The tree is about 1,000 years old, according to botanists. Visitors will be astounded by this spectacular phenomenon as they stroll for two kilometers while admiring all 16 locations that bring you closer to the brink and watch the powerful Zambezi plunge more than 100 meters at the Falls. You will have some free time following lunch to engage in additional activities or relax around the hotel.
You will awaken and leave Victoria Falls’ accommodations in the morning to travel to Hwange National Park. You will make a stopover in Hwange Town for a bathroom break and then proceed to your lodging. After you arrive, you will have free time before going on a game drive in the late afternoon.
You’ll get up and experience the wilderness on a morning game drive. In the park, you can see the African Sunrise and possibly see cats leaving or returning from a kill. After a mid-morning meal, they will unwind by the pool or on the balcony while taking in the wildlife at the nearby watering hole. After lunch, get ready for an afternoon game drive that will concentrate more on water holes and the majority of animals.
From Chobe, you’ll travel to Victoria Falls, the biggest waterfall on earth. Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi River near the western end of the named falls, this well-known tourist destination is small enough to walk around and serves as a great starting point for visitors seeing the unfathomably large Victoria Falls, the world’s seventh wonder. Following arrival, you will go on a game drive before returning for dinner.
After breakfast, you’ll leave and travel to the most picturesque region of Victoria Falls. After a delectable lunch, you’ll depart for the airport to return home, where your adventure will come to a close.
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