Zimbabwe is a landlocked nation in southern Africa renowned for its spectacular environment and varied wildlife, much of it found inside parks, reserves, and safari zones. Victoria Falls plunge 108 meters into the cramped Batoka Gorge on the Zambezi River, where white-water rafting and bungee jumping are popular activities. This 7-Day Tour to Zimbabwe National Parks & Falls enables you to learn about the Victoria Falls’ natural wonder as well as take part in a magnificent safari in the Chobe and Hwange national parks. There are several things that may be planned in Victoria Falls, such as boma feasts and Zambezi River cruises. At Matobo National Park, the erosion of the granite plateau has left behind a range of harmonious rock forms. Also present are black and white rhinos.
When you arrive at Victoria Falls International Airport, your driver-guide will meet you and take you to your accommodation before taking you on the sunset cruise. . With this tour, you may take in the natural splendors of the golden Zimbabwean sunset as you sail up the great Zambezi River as the sun sets. As local creatures arrive for their final drink of the day, observe the birds swarming to the water and the birds arriving in large numbers. All of this will take place as day one comes to a close while savoring delectable finger snacks and a complete open bar.
Today, we’ll travel from Victoria Falls to Botswana’s Chobe National Park. The Botswana guide will meet you at the Kazungula border after you have been transferred there. You will then head directly to the river to spend the morning game-viewing along the Chobe River. There is tea, coffee, and pastries available. Around 12:30 pm, the morning cruise comes to an end, and you’ll be escorted to a hotel beside the river for lunch. You will join a safari vehicle for an afternoon game drive in the Chobe National Park after lunch, where you will have the chance to see many of species. You return to the Kazungula Border after the game drive, where the Zimbabwean guide will be waiting to take you back to Victoria Falls, where you will arrive at around 5:30 p.m.
You will check out at 8:30 a.m. and will be picked up from your hotel for a guided tour of the falls. Through portions of the Victoria Falls Rainforest, you will travel to the opposite side of the cliff and its enormous waterfall. There are unobstructed views of the main falls from there. Prepare yourself to experience nature’s amazing force and watch a spectacle you won’t forget. You will be picked up from Victoria Falls town and transported to Hwange National Park after spending three hours exploring the natural wonder. You can check in at your Lodge with the assistance of our guides. While you wait for your afternoon wildlife drive in Hwange National Park, you will eat your lunch. Big, aged bulls with spectacular tusks are what make Hwange famous for its enormous tuskers. The renowned Presidential Herd drinks here as well. The Sikumi Vlei’s dense feeding grounds make up the elephants’ home range, while Ivory’s water hole provides them with relief from the sweltering sun.
Today you will take pleasure in a full-day game drive to discover the amazing species in the park. We’ll go very early in the morning and very late in the day because these are the greatest times to see wildlife because they are more active in the colder hours and frequently rest during the heat of the day. At a picnic location in the bush, a packed lunch will be provided. Hwange is one of the largest, most diverse, and game-rich national parks in Africa. Big game comprises some of Africa’s greatest elephant herds as well as lion, leopard, rhino, and buffalo. In the capable hands of our guides, you’ll find yourself making your way through the teak forests and acacia-fringed grassy vleis in search of Hwange’s Big Five. The greatest way to view the variety of wildlife and landscape in the park is on a game drive, which nearly always results in surprise encounters.
You will be driven to Matobo National Parks in the morning where you will spend two nights. The Hills span an area of around 3,100 square kilometers, 424 square kilometers of which is a national park, with the remaining mostly community property and a minor fraction of commercial farms. A 100-square-kilometer game park has been established within the national park, and it is stocked with animals such as black and white rhinoceros.
You take the Matopo trip right after breakfast. There are about 3,000 San (bushman) art paintings in Matopo Park’s 423 square kilometers, some of which are more than 15,000 years old. The adventure for today begins with a morning hike to visit some of these magnificent, historic San paintings. Later, we’ll go to Cecil John Rhodes’s grave. Rhodes was the namesake of Zimbabwe, which was formerly known as Rhodesia. With your skilled, experienced guide, we’ll do a game drive in the afternoon and look for local black and white rhinos on foot.
Your leaving time will determine everything. Early in the morning, you will be picked up from your Lodge and driven to Victoria Falls; alternatively, we can drop you off at Harare, Bulawayo Airport, or both. However, there is an additional fee for the Harare drop-off.
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