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This safari will take you to Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, Chobe National Park, Okavango Delta, Makgadikgadi Salt Pans etc. Take a game drive and experience nature in the raw as you watch a herd of elephants walking to a water hole in Hwange also marvel at nature's largest curtain of falling water. A cruise on the Chobe River is like none other in the region. Book it now and pack your bag!
The maximum participants in the group is 8.
Hwange Safari Lodge is situated just outside the borders of the well-known Hwange National Park, and essentially forms part of the park. The lodge is facilitated with an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, fan, and heating. Moreover, mosquito nets, tea / coffee-making facilities, coffee table and lounge chairs, hairdryer, a telephone, and a writing desk are standard in all rooms and suites. All rooms overlook either the waterhole or swimming pool. Only a limited number of rooms have TV to ensure peace and quiet.
Nata Lodge is located on the edge of the vast salt flat which is known as Makgadikgadi Pans. The lodge offers 22 luxury thatched chalets built on stilts and set in rustic African style with an en-suite bathroom including indoor and outdoor showers. The ts air-conditioning and facilitated with Wi-Fi, a restaurant, swimming pool, gift shop, and bar / lounge area. 10 custom-designed Meru tents are set on wooden decks with an en-suite bathroom and outdoor showers.
All beds are of twin bed configuration in which two family chalets can accommodate up to 4 persons (twin beds and a bunk bed) and one chalet has been built to accommodate not only the physically challenged but also those guests who require easier access to the shower and toilet. Nata Lodge camping site boasts stylish semi-open ladies and gents ablution facilities with hot and cold showers.
Gunn’s Camp is situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This camp gives you an unparalleled experience of this unique ecosystem. Bordering Moremi Game Reserve, Gunn's Camp is one of the last few remaining luxury, vintage safari camps. Set under leafy palms and African ebony to blend naturally with its unique surroundings, Gunn's Camp achieves a fine balance of comfort without isolating guests from the sights and sounds of the wilderness.
The flagship accommodation offered at Gunn's Camp consists of 6 fully furnished, deluxe Meru tents with en-suite bathrooms featuring standalone baths and outside private showers. Set on raised platforms overlooking the delta plains, Gunn's Camp is ideal for a more intimate and personalized safari experience. Each tent has been traditionally furnished with an eclectic mixture of solid wood and African furniture and offers a lounge area as well as a private veranda.
You will be met at Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA) by your guide and transferred to Hwange National Park. Upon the arrival, you will check in and have the option of an introductory game drive on the private concession.
On the next day, you will take a full day drive of the park stopping for a picnic lunch. During these two days, you will get breakfasts, lunches, plus dinners and be accommodated at Hwange Safari Lodge.
After having breakfast, you will depart for Victoria Falls stopping at the painted dog information center for an insight into the plight of one of Africa's most endangered carnivores. Upon the arrival in Victoria Falls, you will check into your hotel.
In this afternoon, Intricate Africa Safaris will take you on a walking tour of the seventh natural wonder of the world. Meanwhile, on day 4, you will spend taking part in various adventure optional activities with dinner at famous Boma Restaurant.
After having breakfast, you will be transferred to Kasane - the gateway to Chobe National Park. This park is world-renowned for its elephant population as well as for its breathtaking sunset cruises. Upon the arrival, you will be taken to a hotel for checking in. Then, you can enjoy your time to explore the nearby local markets before embarking on an afternoon cruise on the Chobe River.
On day 6, you will take an early morning game drive at the game park and come back in time for breakfast. After breakfast, a mid- morning cruise will be on offer, allowing you to appreciate the diversity of birds and other semi-aquatic animals. In this evening, you will have the choice of a game drive or a sunset cruise. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be included during your stay.
After having breakfast, you will head west towards Nata and go to the amazing flat lands as you will drive to your destination, Nata Lodge located on the edge of Makgadikgadi Pans. You will get a scrumptious road-side picnic lunch prepared by the guide.
Afterward, you will take a sunset trip in this evening onto the pans. Tonight, your dinner will be under the stars. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be included during your stay.
You will leave Nata after breakfast and drive to Moremi Game Reserve stopping briefly in the town of Maun to meet your mobile tent safari crew. Then, you will get into your 4x4 safari vehicle and head for Moremi Game Reserve. There, you will take game drives to explore this untamed land where big cats roam.
The call of painted reed frogs will serenade you during dinner cooked by your safari chef over an open fire under the African stars. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be included during your stay.
On day 11, you will leave magical Moremi Game Reserve behind as heading back to Maun. You will get time to regroup and reflect on your adventure. You can also have the option of taking a scenic flight over the Okavango Delta.
On this last day of safari tour, you will depart after having breakfast for Maun Airport (MUB) and catch your onward flight.
Note: There is 12-kilogram luggage limitation on this safari because you will use light aircraft to get into and out of the Okavango Delta.
Tongai's first love is the wilderness and he leads all the exclusive safaris. Tongai is also a journey planner of the highest order and is involved with the hand-picking of all the establishments that Intricate Africa Safaris uses on their safari
This safari will take place in Zimbabwe and Botswana. Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park are places that will be visited during your stay in Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls is the largest single curtain of falling water in the world and also the adventure capital of southern Africa. Meanwhile, Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve and boasts of the "Big Five" and many more animals. Hwange has no major rivers running through it but the park relies on water holes that are scattered around it for its survival.
During dry season, these natural water holes are supplemented by mechanical pumps which keep the water level sufficient until the rains come. Meanwhile, in Botswana, there are some places that will be visited including Chobe National Park, Nata in Makgadikgadi Pans, Moremi Game Reserve, the Okavango Delta, and Maun. Chobe National Park boasts of the largest number of elephants in the region.
Meanwhile, Moremi Game Reserve is a place where people can experience one of Africa’s ‘last Edens’ in typical Hemingway’ style. The Okavango Delta is host to a myriad of bird life and an abundance of mammals. Some animals that can be seen are red lechwes, reed bucks, leopards, lions, giraffes, wildebeests, buffalos, and elephants. Moreover, the Okavango Delta is also a good place to see the endangered wattled crane.
During this safari, you will get daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner. On day 4, you will savor your dinner at famous Boma Restaurant. A scrumptious road-side picnic lunch will be served on day 7. Furthermore, from day 8 to 10, you will enjoy dinner cooked by your safari chef over an open fire under the African stars in Moremi Game Reserve.
Intricate Africa Safaris can cater for all major dietary requirements. Please specify at time of booking as some camps are remote and need to plan in advance. For more information, please send an inquiry to Intricate Africa Safaris.
Please book your flight to arrive at Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA).
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