Day 1 – Victoria Falls
On arrival into Victoria Falls Airport, you will be met and transferred by shared road transfer to Ilala Lodge where you will stay for 2 nights. Ilala Lodge is situated close to the Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe as well as to the town centre. Wild animals are often seen grazing the hotel lawns as the National Park borders the front of the property.
This afternoon there will be the opportunity for you to visit The Falls, an incredible spectacle and a fantastic experience.
Day 2 – Victoria Falls
Today you will have a full day to explore Victoria Falls area. There are activities in this area to suit everyone, from scenic helicopter flights over the falls and sundowner cruises along the Zambezi to white water rafting and bungee jumping.
Some of the activities are best pre-booked to avoid disappointment but some can be arranged on arrival, we will talk you through the options when putting together your itinerary.
Day 3 – Chobe National Park
Today you will be picked up and transferred by road to Chobe National Park (Via Kasane). Here you will stay at Chobe Elephant Camp for the next 2 nights. This camp is located on a hill overlooking the Chobe River giving amazing views of the river and the surroundings. With only 11 rooms it is one of the smaller properties in the main game viewing area.
Day 4 – Chobe National Park
Chobe is famous for its herds of Elephants, especially in the dry season, this is because the area has limited permanent water and the river attracts wildlife for miles around as the landscape dries out. Activities here include boating safaris and game drives, while the area is busier than other parts of Botswana the wildlife density is fantastic and makes it well worth including in an itinerary.
Day 5 – Okavango Delta
Today you will be transferred back to Kasane where you will get a shared charter flight into the Okavango Delta, one of the best game viewing destinations in the world! Here you will stay at Pom Pom camp on the south side of the Delta for the following 2 nights. Pom Pom offers game drives, boat and mokoro safaris.
Day 6 – Okavango Delta
Depending on the time of year that you visit will have an impact on the activities and the landscape, between July and October the majority of safaris will be done on the water with the rest of the year game drives and walking are also possible as the land dries out.
Today it is time to fly to Maun to end your trip and depart Botswana. Alternatively you could extend your trip, see the box below.