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Maun - Zambezi - Example 22 Day Tour
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Join this 22-day adventure through Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, starting in the Okavango Delta—a National Heritage Site pulsating with life. Experience different activities at Nxamaseri Island Lodge and continue the adventure in Moremi Game Reserve, Savute, and Chobe, encountering abundant wildlife and landscapes. Explore Victoria Falls, known for its exploration activities, and venture into Hwange National Park for game viewing. Enjoy immersive encounters in Hwange, with visits to local village schools. Depart to Livingstone for thrilling adventures and proceed to Kafue National Park for diverse wildlife encounters. Continue the safari quest in Lower Zambezi with morning drives, canoeing, tiger fishing, and walking safaris. Bid farewell with a shared transfer to Jeki airstrip on the way to Lusaka Airport.
Victoria Falls, ZambiaFishing in Okavango Delta around Nxamaseri Island LodgeWildlife in Nxamaseri Island LodgeExploring Tsodilo HillsHippo in Chobe National ParkMarvel at the wildlife of Africa on a river cruiseSundowners in Kafue National ParkLion in Chobe National Park
  • Explore the Okavango Delta—a National Heritage Site pulsating with life
  • Experience activities and encounter wildlife at Nxamaseri Island Lodge
  • Discover Victoria Falls, known for its exploration activities and breathtaking views
  • Venture into Hwange National Park for game viewing
  • Experience adventures in Livingstone and wildlife in Kafue National Park
  • Safari quest in Lower Zambezi with morning drives, canoeing, tiger fishing
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Activity Level: Relaxed
Involves minimal physical effort and is typically associated with leisurely activities. Activities are low-intensity or last less than a few hours each day.

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Day 1: Fly to Okavango Delta

Today, hop on a seat in a plane flight from Maun to Kasane and then on a shared road transfer from Nxamaseri airstrip to Nxamaseri Island Lodge. Your adventure begins in Okavango Delta, a National Heritage Site that pulsates with life. As you explore this expansive inland delta, witness the seasonal flood from the Angola Highlands, an ancient and cyclical phenomenon that brings an abundance of wildlife. Be amazed by big groups of elephants, buffalo, and hippos, along with the antelope, giraffe, and zebra that roam freely. From fishing excursions to boating safaris and guided island walks, the activities at Nxamaseri Island Lodge offer a chance to immerse in the beauty of this extraordinary ecosystem. 

Lodge activities: Tsodilo Hills Cultural Tour, fishing excursions, boating safaris, and guided island walks

Day 2-3: On Safari: Okavango Delta

Continuing your safari adventure, venture deep into Okavango Delta for two days of exploration. Depending on the season and water levels, you may experience game drives, mokoro rides, boat excursions, or guided walks. Set off on an early morning activity to witness the animals at their most active, and enjoy a coffee break surrounded by nature. Take a midday break to rest and rejuvenate, then head out again in the afternoon for more wildlife encounters. As night falls, watch the spotlights light up the creatures that come out after dark.


Day 4: Fly to Xakanaza | Moremi Game Reserve

After breakfast, join a shared transfer to Nxamaseri airstrip to catch a flight to Xakanaza. Hop on a transfer on the way to Camp Moremi. 

After some time, reach Moremi Game Reserve, a haven of diverse ecosystems within the Okavango Delta. With its verdant floodplains, waterways, and lagoons, Moremi is home to a thriving wildlife population and over 450 bird species. Explore the open plains and forests, keeping an eye out for rare antelope species like sitatunga and lechwe, as well as the predators that roam these lands. The landscape changes with the seasons, offering a unique safari experience throughout the year.

Camp activities: Morning and afternoon game drives, boat excursions, and bird watching

Day 5-6: On Safari: Moremi & Surrounds

After having breakfast, feel free to explore the camp. Discover landscapes in Moremi and set aside safari time early in the morning for heightened animal activity. Enjoy a quick coffee break to savor bush sounds and birdsong. Rest at camp midday, then venture out in the lively late afternoon. Explore the landscape with boating excursions, if available. 


Day 7-8: Savute | On Safari

After breakfast, take a flight from Moremi, and make your way to the Savute region, where the Savute Channel brings life to the Savute Marsh. This area of Chobe National Park is known for its exceptional game viewing, particularly during the dry winter months when predator action is at its peak. Spot lion pride, endangered wild dogs, leopards, and cheetahs, and marvel at the ancient Gubatsa Hills, where San Rock Art tells the stories of the past. As the summer rains arrive, the land transforms into a vibrant green paradise, attracting herds of Burchell's zebra and wildebeest. The ever-changing landscapes of Savute promise a safari experience like no other.

Camp activities: Morning and afternoon game drives

Day 9: Chobe Game Lodge | Chobe & Surrounds

In the morning, join a shared transfer from Savute Safari Lodge to Savute Airstrip. Upon landing at Kasane airport, ride a transfer to Chobe Game Lodge, where the majestic elephants reign supreme. With over 40,000 elephants, Chobe National Park is a haven for these gentle giants. Explore the diverse ecosystems of Chobe, from the floodplains and rivers to the Savute Marsh and Linyanti Swamps. Encounter a plethora of wildlife, including rare antelope species, lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, and cheetahs. The park is also a bird-lovers paradise, with over 450 species adding to the symphony of sounds in this stunning wilderness.

Lodge activities: Morning and afternoon game drives, Chobe River cruises, and eco tours

Day 10-11: Victoria Falls | Ilala Lodge | At Leisure

After breakfast, travel from Kasane to Victoria Falls via a private transfer. On this day, traverse through the rainforests above Victoria Falls and notice a serene atmosphere. The Zambezi River flows through the landscape, into the Batoka Gorge, creating a notable display of cascading water and mist, often referred to as the "smoke that thunders." Victoria Falls is known for this natural wonder and is also home to a lively township, recognized as a top adventure destination globally. Here, you can conquer the "Stairway to Heaven" or "The Terminator" in a white-water rafting adventure. The majestic basalt cliffs of the Batoka Gorge provide a stunning backdrop for thrilling activities such as bungee jumping and abseiling. But what truly sets this destination apart is the warm hospitality of its people and the exquisite scenery. From luxury train travel to historic ruins, excellent game viewing, and even fishing, Victoria Falls offers a diverse array of experiences.

On the next day, you have the option to explore the area on your own or to simply relax, enjoying the facilities available at your accommodation. 

Day 12: Otw to Nehimba Lodge | Hwange National Park

After breakfast, head on to Hwange Airport and ride a transfer to Nehimba Lodge. Venture into Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe's largest game reserve. This vast wilderness is home to a variety of mammals and birds, set against a backdrop of mopane and teak forests, semi-desert scrubland, and granite hills. During the winter months, large concentrations of animals gather around waterholes, providing incredible game-viewing opportunities. The park's network of waterholes sustains life when natural resources are scarce, drawing massive herds of elephants, as well as buffalo, zebra, antelope, lions, leopards, cheetahs, and wild dogs.

Activities: Game drives, bush walks, and a full-day excursion

Day 13: On Safari: Hwange National Park & Surrounds

Your trip continues as you spend more time exploring Hwange National Park and its surroundings, appreciating the diverse landscape and the wildlife drawn to the waterholes. You may hop on morning open vehicle game drives, enjoy a picnic in the bush, or even visit a local village school. Afternoon guided walks offer a chance to explore nature at a different pace, while night drives reveal the exciting nocturnal species that call Hwange home.


Day 14: Otw to Bomani Tented Lodge | Hwange National Park

On this day, bid farewell to Nehimba Lodge and join a shared road transfer towards the Elephant Express Rail Car before joining another transfer to Ngamo Siding, allowing you to enjoy the scenic beauty of the region as you make your way to Bomani Tented Lodge. Here, you'll have more opportunities to appreciate the diverse landscape of Hwange National Park and its abundant wildlife.

Lodge activities: Game drives, safari walks, a full-day excursion, hide sits, a school tour (not available during school holidays), and a village visit.

Day 15-16: On Safari: Hwange National Park & Surrounds

On the next two days, immerse in the wonders of Hwange National Park once again. Morning game drives and afternoon bush walks offer encounters with the park's inhabitants, while time spent in hides allows you to quietly observe the animals as they visit the waterholes. You may also have the chance to visit a local village school, gaining insights into the local culture.


Day 17: Head to Livingstone

Following breakfast, head to Livingstone from Victoria Falls Airport, where travelers are welcomed by the African sunset during a leisurely cruise along the Zambezi River upon arrival.  Livingstone is the gateway to Zambia and offers the same thrilling adventures as Victoria Falls, from heart-stopping white-water rafting to bungee jumping. The town is also home to vibrant markets and museums that showcase the local culture and rich railway heritage.

Activities: Horse riding, sunrise or sunset cruise, Zambezi lunchtime floating picnic, bush walks, mountain bike tour, 1 x Victoria Falls day trip per stay and guide for a tour of the Falls (excluding park entrance fees), Livingstone town and markets

Day 18: Kafue National Park

In the morning, join a transfer to Livingstone Airport for a flight to Lufupa airstrip. Upon landing, hop on a shared transfer to Musekese Camp. Afterward, venture to Kafue National Park, one of Zambia's oldest and largest reserves. This vast wilderness is home to a diverse range of animals, including red lechwe, sitatunga, hartebeest, and cheetah. Birding enthusiasts will delight in spotting the Pel's Fishing Owl and other unique species. Game drives, walking safaris, and boating activities provide opportunities to explore the park and its abundant wildlife.

Camp activities: Dame drives, walking safaris, and boat trips

Day 19: On Safari: Kafue National Park

Today, continue your safari adventures in Kafue National Park, immersing in the sights and sounds of the reserve. From large herds of animals to the vibrant birdlife, there is always something fascinating to discover in this untouched wilderness.


Day 20: Lower Zambezi National Park

After breakfast, join a shared transfer to Lufupa Airstrip for a scheduled flight to Jeki Airstrip. Upon arrival, hop on a transfer to Kutali Camp. 

Today, explore the lower part of Zambezi National Park. Zambia, features the mighty Zambezi River shaping its landscape and supporting diverse wildlife. The Lower Zambezi National Park, adjacent to Zimbabwe's Mana Pools, offers excellent game viewing, especially from June to September. The park boasts abundant large mammals, predators, and bird species, making it a premier safari and birding destination. Despite the absence of giraffes, visitors can enjoy walking safaris, tigerfishing, game drives, and canoeing in this wilderness sanctuary.

Camp activities: Game drives, night drives, walking safaris, canoeing on the Lower Zambezi River, boating and fishing

Day 21: On Safari: Lower Zambezi

Continue the safari adventure in Lower Zambezi. Explore the lush wildlife haven of the Zambezi River with its riverine foliage, floodplains, and forests, perfect for birdwatchers. Begin your day with an early game drive and a coffee break, followed by canoeing or tiger fishing, or simply relaxing in the shade during the midday heat. Join a guided walking safari to discover smaller animals and plant life. In the late afternoon, resume your game drive or enjoy a sundowner cruise to observe hippos, crocodiles, and elephants. Night drives offer a unique opportunity to spot nocturnal animals with the aid of a spotlight.

Day 22: Last Day

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After breakfast, bid farewell and then hop on a shared road transfer back to Jeki airstrip, reflecting on experiences and wildlife encounters in Southern Africa.

Head home or continue your adventure. Farewell, Totsiens, Hamba Kahle!


Chobe Game Lodge

Exterior of the lodge
Outdoor breakfast

Bomani Tented Lodge

Bomani Tented Lodge
Bomani Tented Lodge
Alfresco Dining at Bomani

Nehimba Lodge

Twin room set up at Nehimba
Extraordinary up close elephant encounters
Spacious bathrooms en suite

Ilala Lodge Hotel

Ilala Lodge
Alfresco dining
Ilala Lodge

Savute Safari Lodge

Kutali Camp

Kutali Camp at night
Common Area
Dining Area

Musekese Camp

Common Area
Experience safari sunset in Musekese Camp
Musekese Camp Bar

Nxamaseri Island Lodge

Aerial View of the Nxamaseri Island Lodge
A chalet at Nxamaseri Island Lodge
Lounge and Bar at Nxamaseri Island Lodge

Chundukwa River Lodge

Moremi Game Reserve - Hotels

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  • 17 Lunches, 19 Dinners
  • 21 Nights Accommodations
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  • Ground transportation as listed
  • Activities as listed
  • Meals as listed
  • Access to a 24-7 Emergency line while traveling
  • Kafue National Park Entrance Fees 
  • Park Fees/Conservation levies/Entrance fees/Taxes as specified
  • Multimedia Documentation
  • Interlodge Shuttle flights in Botswana Zimbabwe & Zambia
  • Gratuities
  • Travel Insurance
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  • Additional excursions during free time
  • Fuel and transportation surcharges (when applicable)
  • Late departure fee of 100USD per person - includes lunch, house drinks, and use of entertainment areas and lodge facilities
  • Victoria Falls entrance fee of USD20.00 (Zambia) is charged per person per stay


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Chance for unpredictable weather but with fewer visitors.


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