Vic Falls & Botswana Bush - From $4850 pp

Day 1 - Day 4
  • Road Transfer from Vic Falls Airport to Victoria Falls Hotel (approx 30 minutes)
  • You stay at Victoria Falls Hotel for 3 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • See the mist rise from Mosi oa Tunya (The Smoke that Thunders) as you stay in stylish comfort at Victoria Falls Hotel. This Grand Old Lady of the Falls is one of the oldest hotels in Zimbabwe, having been founded at the turn of the last century. Lush tropical gardens with lily ponds, palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs surround this five star escape, while inside Edwardian elegance mingles with 21st century amenities. The 161 en-suite rooms (ranging from standard rooms to the Presidential Suite) have modern comforts like personal safes and digital satellite television, yet remind you of the fabled past: with colonial prints, four-poster and canopied beds, antique furniture and unique artifacts. The rest of this sweeping property replete with places to pass the time: the large swimming pool and two tennis courts, not to mention a hair salon, spa, library and reading rooms. Nearby, a spate of activities await: 18-hole championship golf, a casino, white water rafting, game walks and drives, helicopter flights over the Falls and sundowner cruises on the Zambezi. And from high tea to haute cuisine, the restaurants here offer an undeniably world-class experience: the Livingstone Room evokes colonial elegance, while Stanleys Terrace offers humbling views of the Falls and Jungle Junction offers buffets with Makishi dancers and an indigenous choir entertaining every night.

    You stay at Victoria Falls Hotel Breakfast
    Day 4 - Day 7
  • Road Transfer to Vic Falls Airport (approx 30 minutes)
  • Shared Charter Flight to Kasane Airport (approx 20 minutes)
  • Shared Charter Flight to Duma Tau Airstrip (approx 90 minutes)
  • Stay at Duma Tau for 3 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • The name Duma Tau means roar of the lion, thrillingly appropriate for this well-placed camp set amid the untouched wilderness of the Savute Channel. As you explore the marshes, lagoons and grasslands here, the landscape comes alive with a spectacular diversity of animals, including lion, leopard, spotted hyena, the rare wild dog and, of course, the massive herds of elephant for which the region is known. There are many ways to discover the fauna here: on day and night game drives, the latter a unique and exciting insight into the lives of nocturnal species, or perhaps floating quietly through the reed-fringed channels in a traditional dugout canoe (water levels permitting). Nature walks take you through the Linyanti River and Savute Channel, and there are a number of platforms and well placed hides to surreptitiously snap photos of animals; it is an exciting immersion into a wild world. The camp itself is nestled under a shady grove of mangosteen trees, raised off the ground to overlook a large hippo-filled lagoon. The ten spacious tents are ideally situated to take advantage of the dramatic river views, and include classic safari touches: under thatch with canvas walls, outdoor showers (there is nothing quite like a shower under the stars!) and en-suite bathroom facilities. Take a dip in the plunge pool during the afternoon, and in the cool of the evening enjoy a cocktail in the pub and a relaxing meal, the perfect way to unwind after a day of safari.

    You stay at Duma Tau Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Day 7 - Day 10
  • Shared Charter Flight to Tubu Tree Airstrip (approx 90 minutes)
  • Stay at Tubu Tree Camp for 3 nights
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
  • Tubu Tree Camp is a small camp built on the western side of Hunda Island, situated in the Okavango Jao Reserve bordering the Moremi Game Reserve. The camp is built in traditional style with tents on raised wooden platforms, allowing great views over the floodplains. The camp accommodates guests in five large, comfortable tents, each with a small, private deck in front. All the tents have en suite bathroom facilities and a private outdoor shower. The main dining and lounge areas are also large tents on raised platforms, with an outdoor pub area built under the canopy of a large Marula tree. Activities at Tubu Tree Camp include day and night game drives in open 4 x 4 vehicles, as well as walking with an armed guide. When the Okavango annual flood is at its highest (normally May to late September), boating, fishing and mokoro trips are also offered. A variety of habitats ensures diverse and interesting game viewing. Wildlife seen here includes elephant, Lion, Zebra, Red Lechwe, Giraffe, Tsessebe, Wildebeest as well as Kudu, Impala, Leopard and Bushbuck.

    You stay at Tubu Tree Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Day 10
  • Shared Charter Flight to Maun Airport (approx 30 minutes)

  • Breakfast