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Rates from USD 3,387.35

Starts from: Windhoek

Visited countries: NamibiaZimbabwe

Visited areas: CapriviDamaralandNamib NaukluftSwakopmundVictoria Falls

Transport: Self drive

Itinerary map
Day Transfers & visits Meal plan** Overnight Cat.*
1 Meet and Greet • Windhoek tour(n)     B B Windhoek: Londiningi Guest House 3Star
2 Spreetshoogte Pass(n) • Solitaire(n)   D B B Namib-Naukluft: Sossusvlei Lodge 4Star
3 Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei (Shuttle)(n) • Sesriem Canyon(n)   D B B Namib-Naukluft: Sossusvlei Lodge 4Star
4 Kuiseb Canyon(n) • Moon Landscape and Welwitschia Mirabilis(n)     B B Swakopmund: Organic Square Guesthouse 3Star
5 Dolphin Cruise(o) • Swakopmund Orientation(n)     B B Swakopmund: Organic Square Guesthouse 3Star
6 Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site(n)   D B B Twyfelfontein: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge 3Star
7 Petrified Forest(n)     B B Etosha: Okaukuejo Rest Camp 3Star
8 Etosha Central Game Drive Full Day(n)     B B Etosha: Halali Rest Camp 2Star
9 Etosha East Morning Game Drive(n) • Guided Night Drive(o)     B B Etosha: Namutoni Rest Camp 3Star
10 Rundu Discover(n)     B B Rundu: nKwazi Lodge 3Star
11 Mahango Afternoon Game Drive(o)   D B B Divundu: Ndhovu Lodge 3Star
12 Popa Falls(n) • Bwabwata National Park(n) • Boat Cruise(o)     B B Kongola: Camp Kwando 3Star
13 Kwando Cultural Village (n)     B B Kongola: Camp Kwando 3Star
14 Chobe National Park(n) • Boat trip(o)     B B Chobe: Chobe Safari Lodge 3Star
15 Transfer • Meet and Greet • Cruise: Sunset     B B Victoria Falls: AZambezi River Lodge 4Star
16 Falls: Zimbabwe Side • Transfer • End of our services        
(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
(n)Suggestions not included in our rates.
*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Your Itinerary

Day Transfers & visits
1 Meet and Greet • Windhoek tour(n)
2 Spreetshoogte Pass(n) • Solitaire(n)
3 Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei (Shuttle)(n) • Sesriem Canyon(n)
4 Kuiseb Canyon(n) • Moon Landscape and Welwitschia Mirabilis(n)
5 Dolphin Cruise(o) • Swakopmund Orientation(n)
6 Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site(n)
7 Petrified Forest(n)
8 Etosha Central Game Drive Full Day(n)
9 Etosha East Morning Game Drive(n) • Guided Night Drive(o)
10 Rundu Discover(n)
11 Mahango Afternoon Game Drive(o)
12 Popa Falls(n) • Bwabwata National Park(n) • Boat Cruise(o)
13 Kwando Cultural Village (n)
14 Chobe National Park(n) • Boat trip(o)
15 Transfer • Meet and Greet • Cruise: Sunset
16 Falls: Zimbabwe Side • Transfer • End of our services
(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
(n)Suggestions not included in our rates.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Overnight

Day Overnight Cat.*
1 Windhoek: Londiningi Guest House 3Star
2 Namib-Naukluft: Sossusvlei Lodge 4Star
3 Namib-Naukluft: Sossusvlei Lodge 4Star
4 Swakopmund: Organic Square Guesthouse 3Star
5 Swakopmund: Organic Square Guesthouse 3Star
6 Twyfelfontein: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge 3Star
7 Etosha: Okaukuejo Rest Camp 3Star
8 Etosha: Halali Rest Camp 2Star
9 Etosha: Namutoni Rest Camp 3Star
10 Rundu: nKwazi Lodge 3Star
11 Divundu: Ndhovu Lodge 3Star
12 Kongola: Camp Kwando 3Star
13 Kongola: Camp Kwando 3Star
14 Chobe: Chobe Safari Lodge 3Star
15 Victoria Falls: AZambezi River Lodge 4Star
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*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
D1: Windhoek
Meet and Greet • Windhoek tour(n)
 -Be met at Windhoek Airport by one of our experienced guides, who will explain your itinerary and give you valuable advice, as well as information to make your trip run smoothly and be utterly unforgettable. Our guide will answer any questions you may have, hand over all the travel documents that you may need such as maps and vouchers, and escort you to your designated transportation.
12:09-Pick up your vehicle Europcar NA Classic Max Category W c: 14-30 days at Windhoek - Drop Off Chobe (Day 15 14:09) - 15 days Special conditions
 -Saunter the sidewalks on a city tour of Windhoek. The capital of Namibia lies at an altitude of 1 654 metres within the Khomashochland, a hilly plateau in the centre of the country. With its unique blend of European and African architecture, history and culture, the tranquil city has a slightly vintage feel. Its first inhabitants named the city as a "place of vapour, water or fire" due to the numerous hot water springs in the area. Following the arrival of the Germans in 1890 the city grew around a fortress, or the Alte Feste, and the Tintenpalast (Ink Palace), Namibia's parliament building. The Christuskirche, built in neo-Gothic / Art Nouveau style, rises above the city showcasing the German architectural influence of the time. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Londiningi Guest House (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D2: Windhoek - Namib-Naukluft
Spreetshoogte Pass(n) • Solitaire(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Solitaire
 -Hold on as you ascend skywards in the Spreetshoogte Pass. This gravel road lies between the Khomas Highland and the Namib Desert and, at an elevation of nearly 1 800 metres, stands as the highest pass in Namibia. It was built almost entirely by hand and forms part of the district road D1275 between Rehoboth and Solitaire. Its sharp bends and steep gradients make it tricky to drive but those intrepid explorers who take up the challenge are rewarded with spectacular and unsurpassed aerial views of the dramatic landscape lying below. There is a viewpoint at the peak of the pass offering panoramic vistas of the Namib Desert, best enjoyed in the late afternoon when the sinking sun casts a shimmering glow over the desert terrain. The pass is only accessible by vehicles without trailers and trucks and caravans are forbidden to use it. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Stretch your legs in the quirky and dusty town of Solitaire. This little village with a French name is located at the junction of two main roads that lead to the famous dunes of Sossusvlei - the C14 from Walvis Bay, and the C19 from Maltahöhe. The village's name refers to its solitary location, and uniqueness, as that of a solitaire diamond. In addition to being the only refuelling pit stop from the coast to the desert, the town is famous for its bakery and traditional German apple pie (Apfelstrudel) baked for over 20 years by the late 'Moose' McGregor, whose memory lives on in his world-famous apple pie. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Namib-Naukluft
 -Dinner: Sossusvlei Lodge
 -Overnight: Sossusvlei Lodge (Standard Room - Dinner Bed and Breakfast)
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D3: Namib-Naukluft
Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei (Shuttle)(n) • Sesriem Canyon(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel by 4x4 shuttle to the incredible site of Sossusvlei. Meaning 'dead-end marsh', Sossusvlei is a salt pan surrounded by ancient dunes that are among the highest in the world, reaching up to 300-400 metres. Visitors from all around the world come to capture haunting images of the towering coral-hued dunes. Skeletal remnants of 550-year-old dead camelthorn trees rise from another dry lake, the Dead Vlei, in stark contrast against its surrounding sea of sand. While it may seem that this stark environment could not sustain life, many species of plants and animals have adapted to the harsh conditions, among them the gemsbok (oryx), which can survive without water for weeks. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Stare into the abyss at the Sesriem Canyon located 4,5 km from the Sesriem gate to the Namib-Naukluft National Park. The 50 metre-deep gorge was formed by the Tsauchab River as a result of millions of years of erosion, and is one the few places in the Namib Desert that holds water all year round - there are water pools at the bottom of the canyon even in the dry season. Early Afrikaans explorers tied six (ses) leather ropes (riem) together to pull buckets of water from the canyon for their livestock. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Dinner: Sossusvlei Lodge
 -Overnight: Sossusvlei Lodge (Standard Room - Dinner Bed and Breakfast)
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D4: Namib-Naukluft - Swakopmund
Kuiseb Canyon(n) • Moon Landscape and Welwitschia Mirabilis(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Namib-Naukluft
 -Capture hypnotic scenic images at the Kuiseb Canyon. The ephemeral Kuiseb River has carved an impressive nine kilometre long canyon which can be seen from the C14 road close to the town of Solitaire. This river is the dividing line between the endless rocky plains of the north and the sand dunes that end near the Orange River. After the rainy season in the summer, the Kuiseb River mostly dries up but some water remains at the canyon. Klipspringer, leopard, hyena, jackal and springbok can sometimes be spotted. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Swakopmund
 -Walk on the moon Namibian-style at the Namib Moon Landscape, a name given to a part of the valley of the Swakop River near Swakopmund. The lunar-type landscape, eroded by thousands of years of wind and rain, is awe-inspiring. The river that flows from time to time at the bottom of the valley brings a short-lived period of fertility to the region and the water allows some plants to survive in this hostile environment. Man tried to cultivate parts of this valley for agriculture at the beginning of the previous century, with little success due to the harshness of the environment. Discover the Welwitschia mirabilis, a botanical curiosity that is found almost exclusively in areas of fog of the Namib Desert. Some specimens are older than 1500 years. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Organic Square Guesthouse (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D5: Swakopmund
Dolphin Cruise(o) • Swakopmund Orientation(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Inhale the fresh, salty air as you prepare for a marine dolphin motorboat cruise to Pelican Point. The calm waters of Walvis Bay's lagoon are teeming with marine life. The cruise traverses the oyster lines, Walvis Bay Harbour and Pelican Point with its iconic lighthouse, where Cape fur seals play in the waves and come right up to the boat. Further out bottlenose and heaviside dolphins swim alongside the boat, and whales can be spotted between July and November. Flamingos, pelicans and even jackass penguins are common sightings during the cruise. (Optional rates: D5:Walvis Bay Marine Dolphin Cruise)
 -Soak up the salty sea breeze on an orientation tour of Swakopmund. A popular seaside resort providing visitors respite from the heat of the desert, the town is a quirky mix of German architecture, stemming from its origins as a harbour town for German South West Africa, and the African love for adrenalin. To this day, the town's main inhabitants and visitors are German-speaking, preserving European heritage at the edge of the Namib Desert. The harbour activities were moved to Walvis Bay in 1915 but tourism continues to thrive as visitors come to see the incongruous Baltic Sea architecture among palm tree-lined streets, and participate in the plethora of outdoor activities on offer. The most iconic remnant of the German colonial era in Swakopmund is the ornate Victorian Hohenzollern building, dominated by a figure of Atlas holding the world upon his shoulders. Other prominent examples of German architecture dating from the early 1900s include the Prinzessin Rupprecht Rezidenz (originally a military hospital and now a hotel), the Woermannhaus (1905), the youth hostel, the Lutheran Church on Post Street (1911), the court, the railway station which is also now a hotel (1901), the buildings on Sam Nujoma Avenue (previously Kaiser Wilhelm Strasse), the Arnold Shad Promenade, and the metal pier which was built in 1915, and recently rescued from dereliction. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Organic Square Guesthouse (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D6: Swakopmund - Twyfelfontein
Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Twyfelfontein
 -Read the pictures that paint a thousand words at the site of Twyvelfontein in the heart of Damaraland. With over 2 500 rock engravings dating back 6 000 years to the hunter-gatherers of the Stone Age, as well as numerous Khoikhoi rock painting sites estimated to be 2 000 years old, Twyfelfontein has one of the largest concentrations of rock petroglyphs in Africa, and was declared Namibia's first World Heritage Site in 2007. The ancient engravings and paintings depict the lives of lost communities and the animals with whom they shared the landscape. Twyfelfontein is translated to 'doubtful spring' in Afrikaans, referring to the /Ui-//aes spring that that lies within the valley along the slopes of the sandstone plateau. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Dinner: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge
 -Overnight: Twyfelfontein Country Lodge (Standard Room - Dinner, Bed and Breakfast (FIT))
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D7: Twyfelfontein - Etosha
Petrified Forest(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Touch trees of stone with a visit to the Petrified Forest, a remarkable site of fossilised tree trunks dating back to the paleontological era. Geological research has revealed that these trees belong to the pine family, and were washed down the continent in a massive flood to their current site, buried beneath hundreds of metres of sediment. Over millions of years, the pressure caused the organic material to be replaced by silica and completely transformed the trees into stone. The effects of erosion have exposed these tree relics, including two trees measuring up to 45 metres. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Etosha
 -Overnight at the Rest Camp: Okaukuejo Rest Camp (Double Room (A) - Bed and Breakfast) Special conditions
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D8: Etosha
Etosha Central Game Drive Full Day(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Sweep through the wilderness on a full day game drive in the Etosha National Park. Proclaimed a game reserve in 1907, Etosha spreads over 22 270km2 of saline desert, mopane forests and grassy scrublands. The park's most distinctive feature is the Etosha Pan, once a lake and now a massive white, salty depression that fills with pockets of pools after infrequent rains, attracting up to 1-million flamingos which use the pan as a breeding ground. The rain pools, along with approximately 30 waterholes and springs across the reserve, sustain an abundance of wildlife, including 340 bird and 114 mammal species, as well as some rarities like the Damara dik-dik, the black-faced impala and the Egyptian vulture. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: Halali Rest Camp (Double Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D9: Etosha
Etosha East Morning Game Drive(n) • Guided Night Drive(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Energise your senses on a morning safari in your tour vehicle (coach, minibus or car) in the eastern sector of the Etosha National Park. Enter the Von Lindequist Gate at sunrise and visit the numerous waterholes fed by springs and artesian fountains where you may encounter many species of animals such as black-faced impala, eland, giraffe, gemsbok, elephant, black rhino and lion. The picturesque Fischer's Pan - named after the park's first game warden - attracts thousands of flamingos and other waterbirds during the rainy season. Stop at Namutoni for refreshments and to observe the waterhole it overlooks. Namutoni has a Beau Geste charm and the historic fortress was once the northernmost German outpost and is now a national monument. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Guided Night Drive (Optional rates: D9: Guided Night Drive) Special conditions
 -Overnight at the Rest Camp: Namutoni Rest Camp (Double Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D10: Etosha - Rundu
Rundu Discover(n)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Rundu
 -Admire intricate woodcarvings in Rundu. This town is the capital of the Kavango Region and located along the southern banks of the Okavango River, acting as a gateway to the Caprivi and a link for neighbouring African countries to the port at Walvis Bay. As such, it is a hub of trade and industry and includes a number of amenities such as banks, shops and service stations. The town is also a good place to pick up mementos of your African travels as it features a large open market, and adjacent to that, a woodcarvers market. Here, Namibia's most skilled woodcarvers make and sell their woodwork and other artefacts that are snapped up by visitors and proudly displayed the world over. Slow down to admire the picturesque river frontage of the town that is also known to showcase some spectacular sunset vistas. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight: NKwazi Lodge (Standard Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D11: Rundu - Divundu
Mahango Afternoon Game Drive(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Divundu
 -Note the beauty of the flora and fauna on an afternoon game drive in the Mahango Game Reserve. This unique region sets itself apart from the country’s mostly dry and sandy landscape, showcasing a flowing river, well-fed waterholes, and thickly fronded riverine vegetation. Shaded by statuesque trees such as the Zambezi teak and willowy wild syringa, the reserve’s woodlands are verged by grassy plains that in turn give way to reeds and water grasses that thickly cover the wetlands. Within this habitat numerous species of wildlife can be found, the most common being elephant, warthog and antelope. The many fruit-bearing trees attract both fruit and insect eating birds that mingle with various wetland species in a pretty and tranquil environment. As your afternoon game drive concludes, look out for hippos slowly making their way from the river to graze under an illuminating moon. (Optional rates: D11:Mohango Park GD PM)
 -Dinner: Ndhovu Lodge
 -Overnight at the Lodge: Ndhovu Lodge (Tent - Dinner, Bed and Breakfast)
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D12: Divundu - Kongola
Popa Falls(n) • Bwabwata National Park(n) • Boat Cruise(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Listen to the cascading of water at Popo Falls. One of the highlights of the western Caprivi is the Popo Falls, a series of beautiful white water rapids that cascade gently and melodically down quartzite ledges. The falls form part of the Okavango River and cover a breadth of over one kilometre before descending down four metres of rocky outcrops into the Okavango riverbed. They are located at the entrance of the Bwabwata National Park, with many campsites gracing their shores and splendid scenic beauty all around. Popo Falls can be accessed by foot and offers a breath of fresh air as well as an opportunity to observe the flora and fauna that thrive in and around the life-giving water. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Rundu
 -Observe the balance between humans and nature at the Bwabwata National Park. This area is also known as ‘the people’s park’ as it supports both wildlife and human populations that work together in a mutually beneficial manner, as the local Caprivian community is afforded employment opportunities that in turn help protect Namibian wildlife. The park extends from the Okavango River in the west of Namibia to the Kwando River in the east and is abundant in wildlife including several thousand elephant, buffalo, hippo, various antelope, lion and leopard, while the woodlands are dominated by beautiful African trees such as wild seringa, copalwood and Zambezi teak. Good game viewing is possible around watering holes along the Kwando River, particularly in the drier months as well as Horseshoe, a large perennial oxbow lake with picturesque white-sand beaches. Rare species in the park include red lechwe and sitatunga antelope. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Travel to Kongola
 -Drift along in silent serenity on a boat cruise on the Kwando River. With its origins in the highlands of Angola, the 730 kilometre long Kwando River is the life-blood of the Caprivi region, providing sustenance for local people who pole along its course in traditional dug-out canoes. The river is also a source of food and water for vast herds of elephant and hippo, crocodiles, and large numbers of red lechwe, as well as a haven for upwards of 430 bird species. Rare wattled cranes, slaty egret, Stanley’s bustard and rosy-throated longclaw are but a few of the magnificent species to appreciate as you cruise through the water channels in a flat-bottomed boat. Look out for broken reeds along the river banks as these are signs of recent elephant presence, and there are good opportunities for finding sitatunga, a rarely sighted water-loving antelope. (Optional rates: D12:Boat Cruise)
 -Overnight at the Camp: Camp Kwando (Tented Chalet - Bed and Breakfast)
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D13: Kongola
Kwando Cultural Village (n)
 -Breakfast
 -Dance with the medicine man at Kwando Cultural Village. This interesting settlement is situated just adjacent to Camp Kwando on the banks of the Kwando River and takes you on a tour of a re-created traditional village. The villagers are mostly staff from Camp Kwando who will give you fascinating insight into ancient traditions that have been fiercely protected by their people over the centuries. The village is built in typical tribal style utilising reeds, mud and other naturally available products. Besides observing the aspects of everyday life you will also be given demonstrations on various tribal fishing and hunting techniques and watch a performance by the local healer, or ‘Medicine Man’, as he employs various dancing methods to ward off illnesses and cure problems. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Overnight at the Camp: Camp Kwando (Tented Chalet - Bed and Breakfast)
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D14: Kongola - Chobe
Chobe National Park(n) • Boat trip(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Travel to Chobe
 -Chobe National Park is one of the largest in Botswana, famed not only for the highest concentration of elephants found anywhere in Africa but also for having the densest population of game on the continent. This, together with its reputation of offering superb wildlife viewing all year round, makes it a highly popular travel destination. The park lies along the Chobe River and is comprised of four distinct ecosystem – the lush plains and forests of the Chobe river front attracting elephant and vast herds of buffalo; the rich grasslands and savannahs of the Savuti Marsh; the Linyanti Swamps, renowned for prowling predators and large herds of game; and the hot and dry hinterland of Nogatsaa and Tchinga, holding water well into the dry season and attracting a profusion of game between August and October. A high density of predators and the occurrence of many rare antelope species rounds off this spectacular game park. (Not included)
 -Travel to Chobe
 -Boat cruise (Optional rates: D14:Chobe Boat Cruise)
 -Overnight: Chobe Safari Lodge (River/Safari/BB)
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D15: Chobe - Victoria Falls
Transfer • Meet and Greet • Cruise: Sunset
 -Breakfast
09:09-Transfer from Chobe to Victoria Falls
 -Meet and greet at Victoria Falls Airport. Our guide will be waiting for you in the arrival hall carrying a branded sign board.
 -Arrival at Victoria Falls, one of the most famous landmarks in the world and visited by thousands of tourists every year, yet the town of the same name remains small and filled with plenty of old-world frontier charm. Victoria Falls town is bright and friendly and a great place to browse craft markets and collect souvenirs of your African travels as you take some time to absorb the atmosphere and pick up a greater sense of the African cultures and the rich history that have shaped the Victoria Falls over time. Wildlife lovers may need to look no further than right in front of them as animals are known to roam the streets with cheeky baboons hanging around in the trees and occasionally even an elephant or two strolling across the road to the nearby Zambezi River. (Suggestion not included in rates)
 -Soak up the beauty of Africa on a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River. The immense, calm waters of the Zambezi River lend themselves to leisurely boat cruises amongst the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding wilderness. From your lodge you will be taken to the jetty and begin your sailing journey upstream from the Victoria Falls. As you peacefully drift along the river you can admire the splashes of colour that the setting sun paints in the sky as well as watch the wildlife that congregates along the river banks in the coolness of the evening. Your wondrous cruise is rounded off with aperitifs and snacks served on board the boat.
 -Overnight: AZambezi River Lodge (Standard Garden Room - Bed and Breakfast)
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D16: Victoria Falls
Falls: Zimbabwe Side • Transfer
 -Breakfast
 -View one of the world’s natural wonders on a visit to the Zimbabwe side of the Victoria Falls. This enormous sheet of falling water was first discovered by David Livingstone in 1855, although it had been known to the local people for much longer than that. It is shared by two countries, Zambia to the north and Zimbabwe to the south. Around two thirds of the falls are located on the Zimbabwe side and this country is also considered to have more classical views of the mains falls with footpaths leading you to breathtaking viewpoints such as Devils Cataract, Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls and the very popular Rainbow Falls. The sights from here are considered some of the best on the planet while the sheer force of the tumbling water is a sensory treat as water plunges and tumbles, sending sprays of mist up into the skies.
11:09-Transfer
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