discover the majestic Victoria Falls

and Botswana

Warm Welcome to one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World

A warm welcome on arrival at Victoria Falls International Airport, where an English-speaking driver will escort you to the hotel.

Located on the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls is bordered by Zimbabwe and Zambia. The majestic waterfall was named by David Livingstone after the nineteenth century British Queen. Victoria Falls – indigenously named Mosi-oa-Tunya or “Smoke that Thunders” is said to be one of the world’s largest waterfalls with its curtain of falling water. The spray from the waterfall can be seen almost 30 km’s away when the falls are in full force.

After checking in and taking in the surrounds, your adventure will begin with a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River.

The African Queen and the African Princess are berthed just upstream of The Victoria Falls at the Royal Landing jetty. The boats meander approximately 3km up stream along the length of the Mosi-au-Tunya National Park treating you to sophisticated views of the Zambezi River and the surrounding game reserves. Several animals and a host of bird species may be viewed during the cruise.

Head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner at leisure.

Victoria Falls – The Smoke that Thunders

After breakfast, you will be met in the hotel reception by a local English-speaking guide, for a helicopter flight and tour of the Victoria Falls.

Arrive at the Helicopter Pad in time for a short safety briefing before you take off.

To put the Victoria Falls into true perspective, they must really be seen from the air. The sheer size and grandeur of the spectacle becomes all the clearer from above. The huge Zambezi River flowing slowly South with hippos and crocodiles clearly visible in the shallow waters, elephants quietly browsing on bright green islands as the water spreads across the full width of a great rent in the Earth before crashing over the lip in a burst of spray and then squeezing into a narrow, foaming, blast of water washing down the zigzag tunnel of the gorge.

After the flight, you will be transferred to the Victoria Falls Rainforest where a guided adventure will begin.

A guided tour of the Falls enables you to delve into the local customs and traditions while gaining insight into how such an exquisite creation came to be. An aura of excitement envelopes everyone who lays eyes on this incredible spectacle, the Victoria Falls possesses a beauty that is impossible to replicate through any man-made efforts. It is a natural wonder of the world, created by nature to remind us of just how powerful and complex she is.

Head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner at leisure.

Adrenaline Adventures

After breakfast, enjoy your day at leisure exploring the town or add on one of these Authentic Activities:

An Authentic Touch:

Bungee Jump

Kickstart your adrenalin by Bungee Jumping from Victoria Falls Bridge, one of the of the highest bridges in the world. The freefall is 111 meters, with the Victoria Falls as your backdrop. 

Flying Fox

Imagine taking a running jump into thin air over the turmoil of the Zambezi River below. Slide across a 200-meter-wide gorge, attached to a harness in a face-down position so it feels like you are flying.

Raft the Falls

White water rafting on the Zambezi River, below the Victoria Falls is commonly recognised as the best and biggest grade 5 white water. Names of rapids like Stairway to Heaven, The Terminator, The Washing Machine, Judgement Day, Devils Toilet Bowl, and Oblivion, give you a small insight of what to expect.

Elephant Art Safari

Venture down to a waterhole and mud wallow where, under the shade of an enormous Mopane tree, you will find a chair and easel – each set up with a fresh sheet of paper and palettes with bright splotches of paint which you will use to paint your own picture of the Elephants that wallow naturally in the Waterhole in front of you.

Head back to the hotel and enjoy dinner at leisure.

From the Smoke that Thunders to the African Bushveld

After breakfast, you will be met in the hotel reception by a local English-speaking guide, for a cross border transfer to a lodge in the Chobe National Park.

Chobe National Park in northern Botswana, has one of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. It borders the Chobe River in the north down to the Savute Channel and beyond, to the far western reaches of the Moremi Game Reserve and the Okavango Delta. Chobe is best known for its concentrations of elephant – estimated to be over 120,000 and it comprises of elements of what is widely believed to the largest surviving continuous elephant population.

Enjoy High-Tea on the lodge deck before the afternoon game drive.

Depart on the afternoon game drive or boat cruise safari through the reserve.

Heading out on a guided game drive whilst in Chobe National Park is an absolute must. This is generally the best way to see Chobe’s predators, as well as the undulating and striking landscapes and ecosystems that stretch away from the river.

Head back to the lodge and enjoy dinner under the stars.

A day in the African Bushveld

After your early morning wake up call, enjoy a light breakfast before heading out on an unforgettable game drive.

On return to the lodge an English-speaking guide will assist you to the airstrip for a light air charter flight into the Okavango Delta.

The Okavango Delta is known as “the river that never finds the sea.” A maze of sparkling lagoons, meandering channels and overgrown islands teeming with wildlife, Botswana’s Okavango Delta lies like a sparkling jewel at the heart of the Kalahari Desert.

On arrival at the lodge check in and enjoy the surroundings.

High-Tea is served on the lodge deck before the afternoon game drive.

Enjoy another game drive / boat cruise / mokoro safari through the reserve.

Dinner is served in the dining area or outside underneath the stars

A day in the Delta

After the wake up call, enjoy a light breakfast before heading out for a morning adventure.

Depart on a morning game drive / boat cruise / mokoro safari through the reserve.

Arrive back at the lodge in time for brunch which is served outside on the deck.

High-Tea is served outside on the deck. Enjoy the birdlife that surrounds the lodge.

Depart on the afternoon game drive / boat cruise / mokoro safari exploring the Okavango Delta.

Dinner is served in the dining area or outside underneath the stars.

Panoramic Views of the Delta

An early morning wake up call, then your local guide will drive you out to the launch pad for your Hot Air balloon ride over the Delta.

The beauty of ballooning is that you get a true sense of how large the Okavango is. It’s one thing to fly over it in a light aircraft; it’s quite another to float serenely above its ox-bow lakes, counting the hippos, elephants and buffaloes below.

Arrive back at the lodge in time for brunch which is served outside on the deck.

After spending the afternoon relaxing, High-Tea is served outside on the deck.

Enjoy the afternoon game drive / boat cruise / mokoro safari through the reserve.

Dinner is served in the dining area or outside underneath the stars.

Farewell to the Okavango Delta

Early morning wake up call before heading out on a last memorable safari.

On return to the lodge enjoy a leisurely breakfast before departing on a light air charter flight to Maun International Airport for your homeward flight.

“When you come to Africa, we want you to feel part of the place not just a visitor” by Unknown

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