Zimbabwe Premier Safari

This stunning luxury adventure takes in the incredible Hwange National Park, the remote Mana Pools National Park and the world's largest waterfall, Victoria Falls. This flying luxury safari is truly special and all-inclusive.

From wildlife spotting to nature walks; cultural excursions to sunset boat cruises, there is something for everyone on this adventure-packed safari. This is the trip of a lifetime that allows you to enjoy a hassle-free holiday as indulgent and relaxing educational and fun. There is a wide range of activities on offer and the experienced safari guides will tailor these activities to your own personal likes.

Your first location is Linkwasha Camp in Hwange National Park, a stunning lodge with superb service and food where you will be looked after with the famous Zimbabwe welcome. The wildlife is truly superb here and the guides are some of the best in Africa.

Your second location is Chikwenya Camp in a small private concession bordering Mana Pools National Park, newly refurbished to a superb standard and one the most luxurious camps in Zimbabwe. A superb location, great guide and excellent food will make for a memorable stay.

Your final location is Toka Leya Camp on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls looking out over the incredible Zambezi River. A great place to explore the falls with some activities included and others at extra cost, this is a great chance to experience Victoria Falls.

Price From:

US$9,275

Duration

8 nights/9 days

Departure

April to November

Why You'll Love It

    • Superb Luxury Accommodation
    • Fantastic Wildlife
    • The incredible Zambezi river
    • Excellent Guiding
    • Superb service and food

What's Included

    • Accommodation, guest laundry, all meals & local beverages
    • All light aircraft and road transfers to and from Maun
    • All light aircraft and road transfers between camps
    • Daily activities, expert guiding, park entrance fees & VAT

Accommodation

Linkwasha Camp

Linkwasha is a luxurious camp that lies in a private concession in the enormously productive south-eastern corner of Hwange National Park. Situated on the edge of the famed Ngamo Plains, which offer fantastic summer game viewing, the camp looks over a magnificent plain and a pan that is a magnet for game year round, especially in the dry winter months.

Chikwenya Camp

ituated on the eastern boundary of Mana Pools National Park, Chikwenya is a photographer’s paradise as it looks out over an open floodplain and the broad Zambezi River, with a backdrop provided by the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment.

The camp is surrounded by a dense forest of albida and Natal mahogany trees, which provide deep shade in the heat of the day. The albidas shed their protein-rich pods during the dry season, providing vital sustenance for many species, particularly elephant.

Toka Leya Camp

Overlooking islands in the mighty Zambezi River, Toka Leya offers the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure; ideal for the beginning or end of your African safari. Morning explorations of the river, the surrounding Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or nearby Victoria Falls can be followed by a tranquil afternoon at our spa or practicing inspired yoga on the panoramic deck of our gym. Overlooking islands in the mighty Zambezi River, Toka Leya offers the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure; ideal for the beginning or end of your African safari. Morning explorations of the river, the surrounding Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or nearby Victoria Falls can be followed by a tranquil afternoon at our spa or practicing inspired yoga on the panoramic deck of our gym.

Itinerary

Days 1 to 4: Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Linkwasha Camp

You will be met at Victoria Falls Airport by a representative and escorted to your light Aircraft for the flight to Hwange National Park. Your first Camp is Linkwasha Camp, a superb place to experience Hwange from with superb accommodation, service and food. The wildlife is stunning and in particular Elephants are in abundance but with plenty of general game Predators are pretty common. The opportunity to sleep under the stars is here but only if they have availability.

Days 4 to 7: Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Chikwenya Camp

After a morning activity you will fly to Mana Pools which will take around two hours with view of the world's largest man-made lake, Lake Kariba being a highlight. On arrival at the airstrip your guide will be waiting for you to take you into camp, which is a short drive. After a briefing from the camp management you can take part in an afternoon activity. Here in Mana Pools the wildlife is excellent with regular sightings of African Wild Dog and Lion being a highlight but the Elephants here are well known and very relaxed and can occasionally be approached very close on foot and in your vehicle.

Days 7 to 9: Mosi-ao-Tunya National Park, Zambia

Toka Leya Camp

After a morning activity you will fly to Victoria Falls Airport where you will be met for a road transfer across the border to Toka Leya in Zambia, whcih is a short drive. Toka Leya lies in the Mosi-ao-Tunya National Park which is famous for its Rhino population which you can track on foot but activities are varied with the chance to do others including a flight of the angels and white rafting at extra cost. The camp looks out over the river with superb service and food, a great place to start or finish your safari.

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