It’s time to relax, unwind and get away from it all – escape to Imbabala on the Zambezi River. The Zambezi National Park is home to some of the best bird watching and game viewing in the area.
We stay in a private concession with lion, elephant, African wild dog, kudu and giraffe. This is great spot for birding too with some 420 bird species!
This is an excellent birding destination especially between November and April.
A good option to add on to another destination before returning home. It just 80 km to the west of Victoria Falls and has easy access via Victoria Falls to Livingstone or Kasane.
|Day 1 - Arrive Victoria Falls||You're met on arrival at Victoria Falls International Airport [VFA] or Livingstone for a tour of the Falls and on to the lodge (approx. 1 hr). A tranquil concession on the banks of the Zambezi River.|
|Day 2 - Zambezi National Park||Take it a leisurely pace... plenty of wildlife viewing with resident game coming down to the river to drink. Relax by the pool or opt for an additional walking safari or fishing trip.|
|Day 3 - Optional Chobe day trip||Take a choice... stay at the lodge for more game viewing and relaxation or head into Botswana to Chobe for an additional river cruise, lunch and game drive.|
|Day 4 - Departure - return to Victoria Falls International Airport||Pack up and head off after breakfast for your road transfer to Victoria Falls Int. Airport. We have a number of great safari add on options, ask your consultant for more details.|
Who of us, when reading the Greek myths, would not dream to see the mountain awing the ancient Greeks? Even these days Mytikas’s (Mount Olympus’s modern name) peak can be rarely seen as it is almost always hidden behind the dense clouds. Due to this reason, the ancient people believed Mount Olympus to be the place of residence of Gods, unreachable and invisible to human. Mytikas means "nose" and takes the name from its shape reminding of a human’s nose. Every proud-hearted Greek should at least once ascend the mountain; it is almost a duty, an unwritten rule, so to say, and numerous Greeks, sometimes in big groups, often ascend the mountains without wearing any special shoes or helmets.