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Departing from London, you’ll board a flight to Johannesburg and then onto Victoria Falls Airport. You’ll be taken to your lodge nestled on the banks of the Zambezi just upstream from the iconic Victoria Falls.
You’ll enjoy a guided tour of this astonishing site with its incredible succession of waterfalls dropping dramatically into a 100m gorge. David Livingstone, who came upon the falls back in 1885, exclaimed that ‘scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by Angels in their flight’. As well as marvelling at the falls – which you can do from a helicopter – you can enjoy a wide range of fun activities in the surrounding area such as fishing, canoeing, zip-lining, bungee-jumping and helicopter flights.
Stay: Three nights in a luxury tented suite at Old Drift Lodge – full board
Today you fly to Mana Pools which sits at the heart of the Zambezi Valley. This UNESCO-listed park features four main lakes and many smaller pools which provide a rich, fertile habitat for a great diversity of flora and fauna.
You’ll be staying at Kanga Camp in one of the most remote corners of the park. The eponymous Kanga Pan offers the wildlife of the region a year-round supply of water, resulting in some fantastic encounters. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy game drives, bird watching and walking excursions, as well as canoeing and fishing in the Zambezi flood plains. Night drives in the concession are also possible and a great way to see the park from a different perspective.
Two nights in a double room at Kanga Camp – full board
Staying in Mana Pools, today you will leave Kanga Camp behind and make a game drive transfer to its sister property, Zambezi Expeditions. This area of the park is pristine, undeveloped and incredibly diverse, allowing for a more private safari experience. Buffalo, lion, African wild dog, leopard, hippo, elephant, crocodile and cheetah can all be sighted, but you should also watch out for birds like the collared palm-thrush, racket-tailed roller and purple-banded sunbird.
At your colonial-style mobile camp on the edge of the Zambezi River you’ll have the opportunity for canoeing and fishing excursions in addition to sensational 4×4 game drives along the flood plain. You’ll be led throughout by qualified and experienced guides whose intimate knowledge of the bush will enrich your own experience of it.
Stay: Two nights in a double tent at Zambezi Expeditions – full board
Today you will take a light aircraft to Matusadona National Park on the shores of the world’s largest man-made lake. Earning national park status in 1975, Matusadona boasts an impressive concentration of game which includes the endangered black rhino, an abundance of elephants and a healthy lion population. The park also attracts over 400 bird species, including the majestic African fish eagle, kingfishers, storks and herons. Activities focus on boat trips on Lake Kariba as well as 4×4 game drives. Fishing and bush walks can also be arranged.
From your luxury lodge you’ll have a stunning lake view, and can spend your evenings relaxing around a fire pit on a white-sanded beach just steps from the main deck.
Stay: Three nights in a double tent at Changa Safari Camp – full board
Today you’ll leave camp and take a road/boat transfer to Fothergill. From here a light aircraft will take you back to Harare in time to catch your connecting flight to Johannesburg. On arrival you will check in for your overnight flight to London.
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