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Chobe Day Trip from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

1. Chobe Day Trip from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Botswana’s Chobe National Park, located on the banks of the scenic Chobe River, is home to one of the largest game concentrations in Africa. Experience the thrill of a game drive on the lookout for elephants and lions that populate the park. This full-day package from Victoria Falls, includes return transfers, breakfast and lunch, park entrance fees, local refreshments, a boat ride on the river, and a game drive. 7:30 AM: Transfer from Victoria Falls to the Kazungula border 8:30 AM: You’ll be met by a representative from the Botswana company at the border and assisted through immigration procedures, followed by transfer to the jetty 9:15 AM: Boat cruise on the Chobe River (cool box with mineral water and soft drinks on board) 12:30 PM: Lunch at any selected lodge in Kasane 1:30 PM: Game drive in Chobe National Park, with complimentary drinks on board 4:30 PM: Return to border for the transfer back to Victoria Falls 6:30 PM: Approximate arrival time in Victoria Falls

Chobe National Park: Day Trip with River Cruise

2. Chobe National Park: Day Trip with River Cruise

Spend a full day immersed in nature with a cruise on the Chobe River followed by a game drive in the world-famous Chobe National Park. Only 1 hour away from Livingstone, the Chobe National Park in Botswana is home to one of the largest game concentrations in Africa.   The tour departs from Livingstone, where you’ll be picked up from your lodge or hotel for a transfer to the border. Your Botswanan guide will meet you after immigration procedures and take you first to the cruise on the Chobe River. This breathtaking river is famous for its rich elephant and lion population, so keep your eyes peeled to spot the wildlife in the water and along the banks. Enjoy a fresh buffet lunch with several options at a beautiful lodge situated on the riverbank.   Then, switch to a game drive in the National Park. Your open-sided vehicle will allow you to see 360-degrees around you and at great distances over the safari, which is populated with elephants, Cape buffalo, lions, antelopes, and more. Refreshments will be served throughout the tour to keep you cool. After a full day of experiencing the beauty of African nature, you’ll be dropped off back at your accommodations.

Victoria Falls: Scenic Microlight Flight

3. Victoria Falls: Scenic Microlight Flight

Take an incredible microlight flight over the Zambezi River and admire the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding National Parks. Keep your eyes peeled for a host of exciting game sightings, and shortly after takeoff, enjoy breathtaking views as you circle over the magnificent Victoria Falls. Choose between a 15-minute flight or a 30-minute flight. The shorter version is an exhilarating flight over the Victoria Falls, the islands near the Falls and thundering Zambezi River. Gaze in awe at the breathtaking views of the Falls and the spectacular gorge that the Zambezi River has carved into the surrounding landscape over many thousands of years. The longer version flies along the Zambezi River, circling the Victoria Falls and flying over the Mosi oa Tunya National Park. End the experience with a low-level swoop over the National Park to spot wildlife and birds. After your flight, the microlight will land and drop you off back where you started from.

Hwange National Park Day Trip

4. Hwange National Park Day Trip

Be picked up at your hotel in the morning and drive to Hwange National Park to go on a Safari with some of the best game spotters in Zimbabwe. One of Africa’s top national parks, Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe’s northwest is comprised of vast savanna grasslands and woodlands. See the big five game species, lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros, and Cape buffalo. Discover more than 100 other species of mammals – the park has the biggest diversity of mammals out of the world’s national parks. The park is home to about 50,000 elephants and is known for regular sightings of cheetah, leopard and lion, as well as one of Africa’s largest populations of the endangered wild dog. If you are lucky, spot rare species such as roan and sable. Avid birdwatchers can see over 500 different bird species.  The park never gets crowded, which means you have space and peace to soak up the magic of a safari adventure. After spending the day in the park, be taken back to Victoria Falls or Livingstone respectively.

Zambezi River: 3-Day Rafting Experience

5. Zambezi River: 3-Day Rafting Experience

Start your journey on a hike through the basalt rocks in the Batoka Gorge to the stunning site of the Victoria Falls, also known as the Devil’s Delight. Take a swim below the sprays and raft the top section of the Zambezi River starting at the Boiling Pot rapid all the way down to your camp site. Relax at the camp and refuel with some tasty snacks as you gaze at the breathtaking sunset over the Batoka Gorge. In the morning, enjoy a delicious full English breakfast to set you up for the day ahead tackling the next section of the Zambezi River. Make a splash as you take on The Mother, The Terminator, and the world’s most action packed rapid, The Oblivion. On Day 3, start the day with a paddle to Baby Victoria Falls and marvel at the stunning views. After lunch it’s time for another hike through the Batoka Gorge and a bus ride to the magnificent Makuni Village to donate food to the elderly as part of the Maano Social Responsibility Programme.

From Livingstone: Mosi oa Tunya Park Game Drive

6. From Livingstone: Mosi oa Tunya Park Game Drive

Get picked up from your accommodation in Livingstone and depart for the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The park covers 66 km-squared area along about 20 km of the Zambian Riverbank and makes up the boundary of the city of Livingstone. There are 2 main sections, each with separate entrances: a wildlife park at its north-western end, and the land adjacent to the immense and awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, which in the rainy season is the world's largest curtain of falling water. The park extends downstream from the falls and to the south-east along the Batoka Gorges. The park is home to plenty of bird species, palm forest, and an abundance of animals that include buffaloes, impalas, wild beasts, giraffes, zebras, elephants, amongst others. This tour includes the chance to drive along the Zambezi River where with some luck, you can take the opportunity to view hippos and elephants as they come and drink water in the river during the dry season. The activity also includes the chance to see the few remaining rhinos in the area, a protected species which has been affected by poaching.

Chobe National Park: Game Drive, Boat Tour, and Lunch

7. Chobe National Park: Game Drive, Boat Tour, and Lunch

Be collected from your accommodation in Victoria Falls at 7:00 AM and begin an 80-kilometer journey through the countryside to the Kazungula border. At the border with Botswana, you will change vehicles. After passport control, take a short drive to the Chobe Marina Lodge for a short break. Once in the National Park, you will go on a game drive in an open vehicle. At 12:30 PM, return to have lunch. This will be served a la carte or buffet style with a selection of traditional and modern meals to choose from. After lunch, depart for the afternoon activity. This time board a cruise and you will be able to admire the wildlife from the water. At the end of the activity, commence your journey back to Victoria Falls and be dropped at your accommodation in the late afternoon, in time for dinner around 6:00 PM. 

From Livingstone: Full-Day Transfer to Lusaka with Lunch

8. From Livingstone: Full-Day Transfer to Lusaka with Lunch

There some exciting stopover excursions along the way for your maximum tour enjoyment and pleasure. This include a night sleep over in Choma. 06:30 am: Day 1: Livingstone - At your Lodge/Hotel 08:30 am: Drive through Kalomo town, the first colonial capital city of the then Northern Rhodesia, current Zambia. Leave for Choma and see the Kalundu Mound along the way. 09:40 pm – Arrive in Choma town Overview: Choma is a market town and is the provincial headquarters of Southern Province of Zambia. It is home to Choma museum and craft centre. This centre is exclusively dedicated to the preservation and display of cultural heritage of the Tonga people of southern province of Zambia. You will tour Choma Museum and Craft Centre including the nearby Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula statue. Thereafter, you will walk from Choma Museum into Choma town for a short tour around. You will also enter the Spar Supermarket just in case you wish to buy personal goodies at your own cost. You will take a cup of tea and some muffins in any of the Restaurants in Choma. Thereafter, you will depart for Monze; You will pass through small village siding along the way, namely Muzoka, Batoka, Pemba, Chisekesi, Rusangu in that order before reaching Monze (Distance is 97.4 km from Choma). 12:00 pm: You will arrive in Monze around lunch time: - Monze is an agriculture town, with an estimated population of 163,578 people. You will eat a sumptuous lunch at the Indian Restaurant or at any other upmarket restaurant in Monze town. Thereafter you will depart for Mazabuka. 01:40 pm: Depart for Mazabuka, the next town after Monze. You will see large sugar plantations on the way near Mazabuka town. You will pass a number of small village siding settlements along the way to Mazabuka, approximately 72 kms from Monze. Arrive in Mazabuka, dubbed “The Sweetest Town” in Zambia. This is because sugar canes that are processed into edible household sugar are grown on a large scale in Mazabuka. Depart for Lusaka. Munali National Monument You will visit the Munali Hills historic site situated about 56km north of Mazabuka. This monument is a commemoration of Dr. David Livingstone’s passage through the hill pass that separates the Lusaka high plateau from the Kafue Flats. 05:00 pm: Arrive in Lusaka, capital city of Zambia. You will be transferred to and stay at the Lodge you have already booked and paid for. Note: The times indicated above against each activity may vary during the actual tour due to changed circumstances. 05:30 pm: At your hotel/lodge in Lusaka. This will mark the end of the exciting full day travel from Livingstone to Lusaka. We will part company with happy memories of a journey well done. ----------------------------END OF A FULL DAY LIVINGSTONE TO LUSAKA TRANSFER JOURNEY------------------------------ Zambia is now offering free visa entry into the country for the following countries: China, Norway, USA, Japan, UK, South Korea, Gulf States, Australia, Canada and the entire EU countries.

Chobe National Park Full Day & Overnight Safari

9. Chobe National Park Full Day & Overnight Safari

Enjoy a unique full day and overnight safari in the iconic Chobe National Park. Don’t miss this spectacular opportunity to experience the best of the Park with an unforgettable night’s sleep under the African sky. After a 1-hour drive to Kasane from Victoria Falls, your adventure starts with a 3-hour river cruise into the Park. This is sure to be a highlight of your trip, as you’ll get the opportunity to see elephants, Cape buffalo, and antelopes make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. Then, enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at Chobe Safari Lodge that overlies the river. Jump back into the boat and sail through the Chobe River where you’ll have the chance to meet the hippos, grunting to protect their territory, while basking crocs relax on the edge of the river. Shortly after sunset, return to the hotel for dinner. Enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep as you listen to the sounds of the surrounding bush. Awaken at 5:30 AM the next day for an exclusive game drive. Go on a mission to spot the nocturnal cats: depending on your luck omen, you might spot the leopard climbing a tree with a kill in its jaws. After a light breakfast, enjoy a final game drive before you make your way back to Victoria Falls for around 2:00 PM.

Livingstone: Half-Day City and Livingstone Museum Tour

10. Livingstone: Half-Day City and Livingstone Museum Tour

08:00 am: Livingstone - At your Lodge/Hotel in Livingstone You will be picked from the reception of your Lodge/Hotel in a comfortable and air-conditioned transfer vehicle and head to the National Art Gallery. The National Art Gallery is Zambia's first National Gallery. Its aim is to promote the work of National & International Artists of all disciplines. You will see a lot of art works and drawings. 09:10 am: The Livingstone Museum is the largest and the oldest museum in Zambia, established in the 1934 as the David Livingstone Memorial Museum. Its original name the Rhodes–Livingstone Museum was changed to Livingstone Museum in 1966. Here you will tour the Livingstone Museum and learn more about its history. 10:30 am: You will take a short break outside the Museum with light snacks, fresh fruits and drinks. After the break, you will proceed to the Livingstone city centre. You will see the colonial buildings, many shops, banks, local market. This is an opportunity for you to visit the main post office and send postcards to your loved ones home. It is also an opportunity withdraw cash at the numerous automatic teller machines (ATM cash dispensers) for your spending pleasure in Livingstone. Buy your assortment of drinks at the famous Shoprite shop on your own cost; thereafter, return to the lodge. 10:30 am: Visit and tour Mukuni Park Curio Market within the Livingstone city CBD. So if you are looking for a souvenir of your time in Livingstone/Africa you'll probably find something at this market. There is a line of permanent shops/stalls. They sale mainly traditional items such as animal carvings, pictures, bowls, baskets, traditional dressings which you may buy as souvenirs. Thereafter, you will be transferred back to your lodge, making it the end of the half-day tour of Livingstone city. ----------END OF THE CITY TOUR----------- What are the Hygiene and Health standards put in place? Overall this experience is executed in accordance with the set World Health Organization (WHO), World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Protocols, Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) hygiene and sanitation protocols. Safety & Security Zambia is a safe country to visit, especially when on an organized safari like this one. Tourlane, an online travel agency based in USA recently ranked Zambia the 6th safest travel destination in the world post COVID-19 pandemic. General Notice Effective 1/10/2022, Zambia is now offering free visa entry into the country for the following countries: China, Norway, USA, Japan, UK, South Korea, Gulf States, Australia, Canada and the entire EU countries. For other countries, please check with your local travel agents before travelling on the procedures of obtaining a travel visa to Zambia

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4.9 / 5

based on 51 reviews

Pamela was timeous and very friendly. Fetching us from our hotel and delivering us to the Botswana border. Then met us again after the days activity to drop us off at the hotel. The cruise and game drive was excellent. Plenty to see. Our guide, George, was terrific. Very knowledgeable. Plenty of laughs and good conversations. Lunch was plentiful and delicious served by the lovely ladies back at the office. A day we'll spent. 100% recommend.

Thoroughly enjoyed the entire day. The hotel pick up was prompt and friendly. We saw so many animals on both the game drive and cruise. Our guide, George, with his excellent safari eyes made sure we never missed any animal, like a sleeping lion under a bush. He was very knowledgeable and brilliant at what he does. The ladies at the office serving us lunch and morning coffee were equally as friendly. I highly recommend this activity.

This was an amazing experience! Sam our tour guide was absolutely fantastic and made this an amazing experience we will never forget! He showed us all the animals up close including lions that were only 4 meters away but he made us feel so safe through his experience!! If you are planning to do a trip to Chobe DEFINITLY do this one! Food for lunch was also amazing!

Excellent day trip from lodge pick up and transfer to the Zambia/Botswana border where our excellent guide for the day (Phil) met us and guided us through immigration. Great morning game drive, followed by an excellent 3 course lunch and then a boat / river trip in the afternoon. Saw all of the big 5 except for the elusive leopard!

a must do when in botswana or at the victoria falls. You see a lot of animals and the guide gives a lot of useful information. Value for money is great!