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Zimbabwe Adventurer - From $5,250 per person

Explore Zimbabwe’s most remote wildlife reserves on foot, by boat and in open safari vehicles on this exclusive safari. With a focus on game viewing and wilderness walks, you’ll discover special places forgotten by time, where nature has been left to work her own mysterious ways. Your safari begins at Makalolo Plains, one of the few camps located within the environs of Hwange National Park. The Makalolo area is ecologically diverse, including vast, open, palm fringed plains, grasslands, acacia woodlands, and mopane forests, thereby attracting game in large concentrations. Game drives, walks and night drives are all part of the experience. By charter flight you proceed to the dramatic wildlife sanctuary of the Zambezi Valley - Mana Pools. Ruckomechi Camp, is a setting that captures the heart and soul of every African traveler. Explore the game rich flood plains and forests around the camp by Land Rover, canoe, boat, and on foot. Your tour concludes with a stay at the historic Victoria Falls Hotel which has earned international acclaim for its Edwardian elegance and charm. This tour is the adventurous encounter with nature you’ve always dreamed about.

Trip Details

Price Per Person: $5,160 (Apr - 14 Jun, 1 - 21 Nov); $5870 (15 Jun - 31 Oct)
Per person, double occupancy. Based on a minimum of two travelers.
Estimated price of this tour is valid until November 21, 2012.
Single Supplement: On request subject to availability
Activities: Birding, Canoeing, Cultural, Game Drives, Fishing, Walking Safaris, Hides, Village Visits, Rafting
Nights: 9
Departure Dates: Daily as available
Ruckomechi Camp is closed January - March and 21 November - 31 December)
Tour Type: Customized
Travel Style: Deluxe
Flights Included: Victoria Falls – Makalolo – Mana Pools – Victoria Falls

Additional Trip Photos

Eles at the Pan
Eles at the Pan
Lioness and Cubs
Lioness and Cubs
Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls

Travelers Impressions


Jennifer and Daniel G.
Zimbabwe and South Africa - Aug 2005