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ITINERARY : 12 DAY Botwsana & Vic Falls combo

Chobe, Okavango Delta & Vic Falls tour

Safari Overview

A truly astonishing safari adventure across 2 Southern Africa countries… filled with magical experiences that that you won’t find anywhere else in the world!

Discover why the Okavango Delta is considered one of the jewels of Africa and indeed the world. It’s mysterious, calming, unpredictable and very wild.

Take a 3-day day water safari through Botswana’s stunning Chobe National Park spotting hippos, leopards, giraffes, crocodiles and more. 

See the astonishing sight of Zimbabwe’s incredible Victoria Falls. Enjoy everything from elephant rides to white-water rafting, helicopter tours, a visit to a traditional African village and bungee jumping!

Journey through the heart of Southern Africa!

 

Itinerary Details
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Safari cost

2022: January-March:                                                                                                                                                US$ 4,089  (per person sharing /2 min)

2022: April-June + November:                                                                                                                                US$ 4,988 (per person sharing /2 min)

2022: July-October:                                                                                                                                                    US$ 5,986 (per person sharing /2 min)

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Chobe Game Reserve, BOTSWANA
  • Okavango Delta, BOTSWANA
  • Victoria Falls, ZIMBABWE
Price Includes
  • Accommodation & Meals as specified
  • "Inter-Africa" flight as per itinerary
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • All transportation as specified on itinerary
  • Activities as specified in itinerary
Price Excludes
  • International airfare
  • Tips & Private Expenses
  • Visa's (When applicable)
  • Additional accommodation before or after the safari
  • Park and enhance fees as indicated
  • Covid-9 testing ( if applicable at the tome)
Map


Departure & Return Location

Maun Airport (Google Map)

Victoria Falls Airport (Google Map)

 

 

VISAS, HEALTH & NOTES

 VISA & Levy’s & Travel requirements!

  • Please  note  your  passport needs  to  have  at  least  6  blank  pages  and  be  valid  for  6  months  after  travel  date.
  • Due  to  constantly  changing  visa  requirements,  it  is  recommended  that  travelers  and  or/travel  agents contact  the  appropriate  embassy  for  accurate  and  up-to-date  information.
  • Please refer to https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html for updated information on each  country.Checking and obtaining the necessary/applicable VISA’s for each country visited is the client’s   responsibility.      
  • US citizens need to obtain a visa at the port of entry:

          Zimbabwe: Cost is US $ 50 per person and should be paid in cash/US$

          Tanzania & Kenya is $100 and can also be obtained at the port of entry and should also be paid in cash/US$

          No other visa’s are required for USA citizens entering into South Africa, Namibia or Botswana

  • PLEASE NOTE: Unabridged Birth Certificates are required for all minors traveling in Southern Africa. You  as  the  traveller  and/or  your  travel  agent  are  responsible  for  determining  what  documentation  is required,  as  well  as  ensuring  any  such  documentation  including  passports,  visas,  medical  certificates  and unabridged  birth  certificates  are  up  to  date  and  have  been  obtained  before  travel.PLEASE NOTE Unabridged Birth Certificates are required for all minors traveling in Southern Africa

VACCINATIONS

  • Please refer to your health care professional for advise , as well as the CDC for updated information, but typically only malaria prevention medication is advised. Usually, no  other shots are required
  • Please note proof of Yellow fever vaccination where applicable

*NOTES

  1. Term & Conditions apply.
  2. Please read through the  FAQ’s
  3. Important travel and baggage allowances information. It is the client’s sole responsibility to familiarize themselves with all the related information.
  4. Cost may vary depending on actual booking dates and currency fluctuations. Airline tickets have been estimated and can vary depending on booking dates, fares and available flights
  5. BOARDING: Full Boarding (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast) / B&B (Bed & Breakfast). Drinks might or might not be included depending in the specific location – please inquire if you need details
  6. Child policy may apply & single occupancy policy apply

They say that all bugs in Africa bite…but the Safari Bug is the worst of them all!

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Johannesburg Airport area Boutique Hotel

1 Night

The Guest House & Spa is situated approximately 3 miles from OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in the Kempton Park area.

It offers luxurious accommodation in nine double en-suite rooms, with baths and showers. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with coffee and tea making facilities, central heating, DStv, a telephone, Internet access and easy access to the outside areas.

Spa treatments are available on-site and the fully qualified spa therapist will be more than willing to discuss a personalized treatment program, tailored to your individual needs. There is also a pool with a spacious pool area and a Jacuzzi.

THE OKAVANGO DELTA

Safari in the magnificent Okavango Delta!

Botswana’s magnificent Okavango Delta is where the wild things are: an immense, water logged oasis alive with elephants and birdlife, adrift in the middle of Kalahari sands. The real magic of the Delta lies in its water, trickling through from far away highlands, and spreading across the channels and floodplains.

A maze of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels covering an area of over16,000 square km in flood and shrinking to less than 9,000 square km in the dry season. It is a lush water-wilderness of papyrus swamps, shallow reed-beds and floodplains, dotted with islands and laced with a network of channels.

Trapped in the parched Kalahari sands the fresh water oasis attracts wildlife that depends on the permanent waters of this unique wilderness. The fragile ecosystem remain one of the world’s unspoilt and beautiful wildernesses where a vast diversity of animals and birds can be seen. p>

When the rains arrive, they transform the floodplains into a Noah’s Ark of African wildlife. As the water brings life to the delta, its local residents shape and recreate it. Termites slowly build mounds into islands, germinated with palm trees by passing elephants. Waterways open and close on the whim of wide-bottomed hippos, carving out channels where they crash through reeds, and leaving room behind them for exploration by mokoro.

Interesting fact: The Okavango Delta is relatively new in geological terms—only a meagre 60 000 years old. Before the formation of the delta, for some two million years, the Okavango River flowed right through Botswana and drained into a massive lake somewhere in the region of the Makgadikgadi pans in Botswana.Rivers are hard-coded to flow towards big bodies of water like lakes and seas. But then about 50 000 years ago, there was a massive earthquake in Southern Africa. The land near today’s border between Botswana and Namibia shifted, interrupting the Okavango’s usual, obedient flow.It was a shock to the river’s system. The water had no choice. 11 trillion liters spilled out into the desert like oil in a pan, flooding a vast area with a steady torrent of fresh H2O.One awkward geological twist of fate had created the greatest natural oasis on earth-home to thousands of different species of plants and animals. Here, you'll find over 400 species of birds, nearly 200 species of mammals, and over 150 species of reptiles!

The Okavango has many faces, which change throughout the year, prompted by that most unpredictable diva of all: the weather. Water levels rise and drop, expanding and shrinking islands, while animals move where the life is easiest and the grass greenest. In a few days, a sandy road driven by vehicle can become a waterway of unknowable depth, prompting a safari by boat instead. Where and when you stay in the Okavango Delta will hugely influence what you do in the bush each day, the animals you’re most likely to see and finally, the safari experience you’ll have. The delta’s watery heart is best discovered by mokoro through shallow channels and floodplains, as well as crossing the islands on foot.

The Delta area has been split up into private reserves where the game viewing is available only to resident guests. As a result, the Okavango offers some of the most exclusive game viewing area in Africa. The heart of the Okavango is the Moremi, a public park that is particularly busy in areas but is also home to the Mombo concession, a wildlife area regarded by many as the best in the world. Not only is the location one of the most beautiful, and the wildlife so rich, but it is also home to some of the most exclusive and sought-after safari lodges on the continent.

Okavango Delta Accommodation

Tented Camp

The camp is located on a picture-perfect palm island in the very heart of the Okavango. Situated within a private concession of 120,000 acres of un-spoilt wilderness, exclusivity and seclusion are guaranteed. .

Enjoy a pure Delta experience, inhabited by a myriad of birdlife and wildlife unique to this exceptional ecosystem. The area is a birder’s paradise, boasting a huge number of migrant birds, aquatic birds, raptors, a seasonal heronry and to top it all, the hauntingly beautiful Pel’s Fishing Owl .

Accommodating 20 guests in 8 light and airy tents and 1 suite designed for families. Each tent cleverly combines understated luxury with an authentic and relaxed home-from-home atmosphere. The camp resembles an enormous tree-house where the entire construction is elevated with wooden walkways linking the impressive sitting and dining areas, pool-with-a-view, gym and curio shop. All of the tents have private decks with spectacular views over the Okavango.

SAFARI ACTIVITIES
Safari activities available include bush walking, boating or gliding gently through the waterways in a traditional Mokoro (dug-out canoe). Delicious home-cooked food, super-comfy accommodation and superb guiding all combined!

CHOBE NATIONAL PARK & CHOBE RIVER

Safari in spectacular Chobe!

The Chobe National Park established in 1968 covers 11,700 square kilometers and is situated in the northern most part of Botswana. Park stretches from the tip of northern Botswana to the fringes of the Okavango Delta. It has a wide range of distinctive landscapes, from the emerald floodplains of the Chobe River to the sweeping grasslands of the Savuti Marsh and skeletal leadwood trees in the Savuti Channel.
Encompassing swamps, floodplains and woodlands it is the third largest Park or Reserve in the country after Kgalagadi Transfontier Park and the largest of them all the Central Kalahari Game reserve.

With such varied environments and habitats there’s a magnificent array of wildlife. A profusion of palatable grass species attracts a variety of herbivores, including wildebeest, impala, kudu, waterbuck, giraffe, and tsessebe. The puku is found, as is the endemic Chobe bushbuck. Predator sightings are good, with leopard, cheetah, wild dog, and large prides of lion that hunt elephant. From servals to side-striped jackals, the list is endless.

All that said, Chobe is most famous for its elephant and buffalo populations, both of which can herd in mammoth proportions. With an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 elephants, these gentle giants constantly surround you. In the dry season the Chobe River sees thousands lining the banks and crossing the water. Boat trips at this time provide excellent photograph opportunities.

The Chobe River forms its northern boundary and in the extreme south-west it borders the Moremi Game Reserve. The riverfront is a markable wildlife area due to the permanent water source of the Chobe River. Most wildlife activity occurs along the banks of the river - especially during the drier winter months (May – October) when animals congregate at the river to quench their thirst. The spectacle of all the animals coming to drink and frolic at the water's edge is a sight t behold! Birding enthusiasts will find the riverfront a fantastic destination at this time with more than 400 species of birds, including migratory species and numerous birds of prey.

Chobe National Park accommodation

Tented Camp

the lodge provides some of Botswana's finest safari accommodation and combined with unparalleled safari experiences, it is ideal for both discerning clientele and newcomers alike .

Situated on the more exclusive western area of Chobe National park, the camp offers unique, prolific game experiences within this quieter region.

The camp combines traditional style with a down-to-earth feel that is decidedly relaxing.11 comfortable chalets also make the most of the view, all are similar in design, solidly built with high thatched roofs and cream-painted walls. Although some are relatively closely together, they are interspersed by areas of bush that do quite a good job of ensuring privacy, albeit without always screening the whole neighboring chalet from view.
The main communal area, positioned to maximize the view, is a solid, thatched, split-level building, with a series of canvas 'walls' that are usually rolled up to allow a through breeze. As well as a large central bar and plenty of comfortable seating, there's a sizeable dining table where meals are usually taken as a group. Upstairs on a mezzanine level is a small library with a few books and board games. The gift shop is well-stocked with local arts and crafts as well as books on birds, wildlife, and the surrounding area.

SAFARI ACTIVITIES
Activities are varied and quite flexible. If you want to be woken at 5.30am for a nature walk or early-morning game drive, then that's exactly what you can do. But if you’d rather wake a little later (breakfast is usually served at around 8.30am) and relax by the pool all day, that's perfectly possible too. Options include half- and full-day 4WD safaris in the park; walks and night drives in the forest reserve; boat cruises on the Chobe River; and visits to the nearby village.

VICTORIA FALLS

7th wonder of the world!

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The Victoria Falls – Now in it's 150 millionth fantastic year - Reaches Its zenith in about May each year. It’s a truly awe-inspiring experience – the sight, the sound, the smell; the humbling feeling that here indeed is Nature’s Supreme Masterpiece. No photograph can begin to depict the reality…and nothing prepares you for your first sight. .

The Victoria Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe - the largest sheet of falling water in the world and significant worldwide for its exceptional geological and geomorphological features and active land formation processes with outstanding beauty attributed to the falls i.e. the spray, mist and rainbows.

David Livingstone, was the first European to see the Victoria Falls in 1855. The Scottish explorer, is believed to have been the first European to view the falls, and he named them Victoria Falls in honor of Queen Victoria.

Known locally as Mosi-Oa-Tunya or "the smoke that thunders" because of the spray made by the mass of water dropping 100 meters below in the gorges. 50 Years later, missionaries and traders settled in the small Zambian town of Livingstone and the railway bridge over the Zambezi was built.

Victoria Falls Area Lodge

Victoria Falls activities!

The perfect place from which to base yourself and explore the majestic Victoria Falls and nearby Zambezi National Park! Well situated and is within easy walking distance (2 miles) of the magnificent Victoria Falls and provides a good base from which to embark upon a voyage of discovery in one of Africa’s favorite tourist destinations where historical sites, culinary experimentation and a host of activities a pristine natural environment.

A boutique accommodation in gracious and secluded surroundings, with easy access to banks, restaurants, shops and the famed curio center. With lodge has 14 rooms, you can be assured of the personal attention as well as attention to detail. It offers a unique intimate decor, personalized services and wonderful facilities. The interior design is stylish and trendy, with an intimate and cozy atmosphere. Each room has a unique touch of its special designs and decor. Every decoration in the hotel has been proudly Zimbabwean made.

Offering free Wi-Fi, bottled water in all of the rooms as well as great toiletries and premium bedding to enhance your stay while visiting the falls.
Helpful reception staff are available to provide information on all the facilities and activities in the Victoria Falls area and are able to recommend local restaurants to visit depending on your tastes and interests.
dinner is served on a daily basis. Also offering a private guest only bar which offers a variety of wines, beers, cordials and cocktails.

Enjoy the large central area with the inviting pool, lounge and indoor dining room. The large canopy trees and vibrant gardens make it a tranquil haven.

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