HighlightsCombine Victoria Falls and the Chobe RiverEnjoy a sundowner cruise on the Chobe RiverGo on game drives in the legendary Chobe National ParkMarvel at Chobe's dry-season elephant herdsOverviewSpend five memorable days exploring two of Africa's top safari destinations: Zambia's Victoria Falls and Botswana's Chobe National Park - a great add-on trip to a larger itinerary.
Enjoy a complementary tour to thundering Victoria Falls before deciding how to spend the rest of your time in this famous Zambezi River region - Victoria Falls is home to all the adrenalin-activities you could ask for as well as more sedate excursions and game drives.
The second part of your trip sees you off across the border to the Chobe River in Botswana for exciting game viewing in one of Africa's heavyweight reserves - the Chobe National Park, home to tens of thousands of elephants in the June - October dry season.
SummaryTour Duration: 5 DaysDestinations Visited
Chobe National Park
Victoria Falls, Zambia
Royal Livingstone by Anantara
Botswana, Chobe National Park
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero
Spend two nights at this elegant hotel on a bed and breakfast basis and enjoy complimentary entrance and a tour of Victoria Falls. The area is crammed with adventures and activities that range from white-knuckle rides on white-water rafting trips and bungee jumps to more sedate canoe safaris and sunset river cruises. More unusual activities include elephant-back safaris and scenic flights over the falls themselves.
Days 3-4: View abundant wildlife in Chobe | 2 NightsUp arrowChobe National Park, BotswanaToday you will set off on a road transfer to Kasane in Botswana where you will stay at the fully-inclusive Chobe Chilwero for two nights.
This fantastically romantic and well-appointed lodge is positioned on the escarpment of the Chobe River and overlooks its vast floodplains - the views are amazing and the sunsets are spectacular.
Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives as well as river cruises in the Chobe National Park - this conservation area is famous for its dry season game viewing (May to October, peaking in the latter months) and provides sensational up-close sightings of elephants, buffalo, lion and many antelope species. The bird watching is extraordinary and there is a good deal of aquatic life to view as well.
Day 5: Time to head homeUp arrowGo on an early morning game drive before leaving for your road transfer to Livingstone to catch your onward flight home.
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