Birding in and around Victoria Falls is excellent. Here you have access to rain forest, riverine, savannah and gorge habitats. This relatively small area of the Zambezi National Park and Mosi-oa-Tunya is easily accessible both by boat and on foot. Look out for Rock Pratincole, Schalow’s Turaco, African Finfoot, Half Collared Kingfisher and Thick Billed Weaver.
Try some extreme activities in Africa’s “adventure capital” or simply relax, walk in the rain forests which overlook the falls, take a spa or enjoy afternoon tea – choice is yours!
Like to stay a bit longer? Combine the Hwange Explorer with the Mana Pools Explorer Safari . For ideas on activities during your stay in Victoria Falls, browse our Victoria Falls Network of ideas.
(Sidebar image – Carmine bee eater on the Zambezi – Courtesy Brendon Cremer)
|Day 1 - Victoria Falls||You're met on arrival and transferred to Ilala Lodge in the heart of Vic Falls. Check in to your deluxe room bed/breakfast. Enjoy a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River aboard the quaint Ra-Ikane.|
|Days 2-3 Victoria Falls||Breakfast followed by a guided tour of the magnificent Victoria Falls. Tonight enjoy a dinner at the Boma, an extravaganza with a range of western and African foods, dancing, drumming and fun!|
|Day 4 - Transfer to Hwange National Park||Road transfer to our small owner run Camp Hwange in a remote region of Hwange National Park. Meet your hosts and guide and get out on your first thrilling afternoon game drive.|
|Day 5-6 Hwange National Park||Zimbabwe’s biggest reserve is home to a profusion of wildlife, including giraffe, lion, zebra and approximately 40 000 elephants. You'll have a safari of a lifetime with our professional safari guide.|
|Day 7 - Depart to Victoria Falls||A final game drive back to the main road and then on to Victoria Falls Airport where you'll connect to your ongoing travel arrangements.|
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