10 Days Okavango Delta Botswana to Victoria Falls Zimbabwe Safari is a lifetime adrenaline testing experience to the renowned Africa’s remote pristine destinations existing in their natural authentic setting Merged into natural milkwood forests and the most visited silver beaches, an ideal gateway for all holiday makers planning for 10 days Safari on the countryside in Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Botswana Safaris get you thru a grid interlocked landlocked country in Southern Africa, conserved and protected for all Savannahians to come and indulge themselves to her beauty, the stunning landscapes coupled by Kalahari Desert and the Okavango, the massive Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the Okavango Delta best discovered by mokoro canoe with a memorable experience propelling through the shallow waters of the delta by standing in the stern and pushing with a pole.
Zimbabwe Safaris are authentic true Africa’s true pentagon with incredible spectacles rightly making it a landlocked country with one of the natural wonders of the world ever thought of on planet. With Victoria Falls being an incredible existing mouthwatering glance raised twice as wide as Niagara Falls, and half as high again, and are most described as the “smoke that thunders”. All exists here and it’s a quench of Africa’s top musketters and the savannah hunters.
Day 1: Pick up from the Airport in Maun town, northern Botswana to Okavango Delta
Our Safari guide will pick you from the Airport, have a short briefing about the itinerary for your 10 days Botswana and Zimbabwe Safari, Accommodation before the tour starts can be arranged for an extra cost.
From Maun to the Okavango Delta, it’s about 65 kilometres (40 miles) away. Depending on your Safari plan or package and your final destinations, there are options to drive or fly into the Okavango Delta region all offering beautifully scenic views with great Cyanons and cliffs overlooking the open landscapes, retiring at Oddballs Camp that sits on the edge of Chief’s Island, the largest island in the heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Check in at Oddballs Camp for dinner and sinner with its comforting remoteness and stunning vistas.
Day 2 & 3: Makoro Trail Experience in Okavango Delta
The Makoro Trail experience is one way of exploring Okavango Delta’s hidden gems, an area soaked with Papyrus, reed rafts and waterways, lily lagoons, forested islands, learning the local way of life here at Okavango a home that welcomes all tribes. Our guide will take you along to meet an experienced local boat man who will take you on a traditional Makoro – this is a dugout local canoe that binds you Africa’s true way of life marveling thru waterways in the delta and passed her dwellers. The experience is coupled with Nature walks in the Open that showcases the most known African residents. The sweet Orange rays dying of the dead woods is a magnificent picturesque.
To make this one of its kind, we shall have our lunch in the Open bush accompanied by the shy ones whirling in the Air under the starry sky. Proceed to the adjacent Islands fully unexplored, the Chief’s Island and Salt islands in Okavango delta are hideouts for true African hunters, the Big-five Africa is almost all here, with only Rhinos missing out. The sprawling Open is also home to the most eaten, the Antelopes, Sitatungas, lions, Zebras, Buffaloes, Giraffes among others, with the musketeers-the Hippos forming schools of groups.
Meal Plan: All Meals Included
Day 4: Retire back, Oddballs Camp Experience
The whole surrounding at the Oddballs is a magnificent setting, from its exclusive amenities to vast activities at the camp, there are comfortable relaxing facilities, Hundreds of Novels, Games to indlulge yourself with the Art of Africa and the unbeaten raised viewing decks overlooking the sweeping planes of the delta, one of the most areas to taste the wrath of Africa, watching the golden orange rays bend down the plains as well horizons drain off color. The evening Camp fires with stories told here are a bond that lives with you forever, the whole feeling of being part of the Africa’s culture stays with you.
Day 5: Transfer from Okavango Delta to Chobe National Park in Botswana
Transfer to Chobe National Park, Botswana’s first national park on the northern part of the country, a home for the true Africa’s Original inhabitants-bushmen, the park is known to be the most biologically diverse and Botswana’s third largest park, after Central Kalahari Game Reserve and Gemsbok National Park a renowned Savannah well known for its greatest concentrations of game in all of Africa.
There are vast number of tented Camping facilities and lodging amenities with true pampering and homelike vibes, check in Chobe Safari Lodge built just outside the park, there are Meru tents accommodating a maximum number of 8 visitors in comfort and style, with the sweeping overlooking Savuti Channel and Marshes, there are vast amenities to make you relax on the African intimate lounge.
Meal Plan: All meals included
Day 6: Full Day experience at Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park is well known for its four distinctive areas, the Serondela area (or Chobe riverfront), situated in the extreme Northeast of the park, are hideouts to woodland dwellers, with the lush floodplains attracting large breeding herds of elephants, African buffaloes, giraffes, Antelopes, hyenas among others, the boggy nature of this place attracts hundreds of bird species.
The Savuti Marsh area and the the Linyanti Marsh are linked together by a dry hinterland dominated by the Nogatsaa grass woodlands attracting the well-known African hunters who come to feast on the lazy ones in the Open, attracting large concentrations of lion prides, leopards, Elephants, Hippos, Crocodiles, Sitatungas, Jackals, Cheetahs, Warthogs among others. With more than 450 bird species spotted all year around. These two areas offer magnificent game and birding-viewing in the open areas within Chobe National Park.
Meal Plan: All meals included
Day 7: Transfer from Chobe National Park to Victoria Falls
Wake up early morning, After your breakfast, check out and transfer to Shearwater Explorers Village Located on the edge of Victoria Falls National Park, located just 400 metres away from the magical position of these Atlantis-bue water falls surging and plunging down the falls forming a beautiful serenity bliss-pool at the bottom. The epicenter features unique amenities all set in mind to keep you close to an authentic Safari, there are Markets and Crafts for you to shop some extra souvenirs.
Check in the lodge, have an evening relaxation, if you are not tired, you can indulge yourself with other adventurers, get to know different stories around the pearl of Africa from Safari experts. Dinner and sinner as you wait for tomorrow’s mouthwatering scenic sights, from the fourth-longest river in Africa-Zambezi River, Chobe National Park, and the great Victoria Falls known to be the world’s largest sheet of falling water.
Meal Plan: All meals Inclusive
Day 8 & 9: Victoria Falls National Park Experience
After your breakfast, drive to the North western Part to Victoria Falls National Park that protects these two magnificent tributes, with Zambezi River being adjacent to the world’s famous Victoria Falls that has and still lives with secrets unfully exploited
There are vast activities to fall in love, our guide will brief you through a hierarchy of most thrilling adventures, depending on your itinerary, prepare to indulge yourself in any of these memorable adventures. River Zambezi is a tandem haven of fishing Safari experiences as you peddle on an inflatable canoe or motorized boats, have a short stop at one of the area Islands, the evening boat cruise is full of futuristic Insights as you marvel on the cold waters watching horizon drain off color. The Boat cruise gets you passed a school of savannah grazers like hippos, Buffaloes, bushbucks, warthogs among others. Not forgetting the aquatic birds like the fish eagles, African skimmers, Herons etc.
Visit the Mighty Victoria falls that welcomes all travelers of all age, there is always something to do for every traveler. From the adrenaline testing activities to the warming events, all year around, it’s a place that never fails to impress. The wildest white water rafting Safari in the world, the 111 meter high bungee jump, River cruises, river surfing, elephant rides, kayaking, heart stopping gorge swings, Crocodile cage diving in Victoria Falls, crafts and cultural experiences, Devils Swim, Batoka Gorge Hike & Village Tour, Scenic helicopter rides over the Victoria Falls, zip wires and many more are surely a life time memory.
Meal Plan: All meals included
Day 10: Transfer to Victoria Falls Airport
Wake up Early Morning, Have breakfast, Finish up with your Morning activities that you can tailored with us to indulge yourself in. Get ready to be transferred to the Airport completing your 10 days Safari Holiday experience in Botswana and Zimbabwe
Meal Plan: Breakfast
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