• Transport: 4WD safari vehicles, Light aircraft, Boat

  • Days: 9

  • Guests: 12

  • Availability: Nov 20 – Oct 21

  • Languages: English

  • Class: Classic

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Enjoy the serenity of luxury safari lodges located in wildlife hotspots. From the tranquillity of the Okavango Delta to a thrilling 4WD game drive in Hwange National Park, this safari highlights the incredible diversity of both Botswana and Zimbabwe.

  • ‘Big 5’ game viewing
  • Chobe River boat cruise
  • Okavango Delta water-based activities
  • Walking safaris
  • The majestic Victoria Falls

Day 1
Upon arrival at Maun Airport, guests will be met and transferred by light aircraft (scheduled service) to Kadizora Camp.

Kadizora camp is a private oasis situated in the northern region of the infamous Okavango Delta beneath a majestic stand of trees. The 9 luxury en suite tents provide stunning views of the Delta beyond, as well as giving the camp a small and intimate feel. Kadizora is also complete with a pool, lounge, bar and dining area and a curio shop, all to enjoy when you are relaxing at the camp between activities.
Overnight at Kadizora Camp – Dinner.

Day 2
Guests can enjoy open vehicle safaris, walking safaris and boating in the traditional Mokoros (dug-out canoe).

The Okavango Delta is a bucket list destination for many safari enthusiasts, not least because it is a world heritage site and also known for providing the ultimate safari experience combining exclusivity and luxury lodging. The Okavango is produced by seasonal flooding, as a result of rainfall in Angola, but is a must-see destination all year round.

Dinner is a sociable affair and after guets can enjoy a drink around the camp fire listening to the bush nightlife.
Overnight at Kadizora Camp – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 3
After breakfast, guests depart via scheduled transfer by light aircraft to Kasane, followed by a short road transfer to Elephant Valley Lodge.

Elephant Valley Lodge is situated in the Kasane Forest Reserve, which is adjacent to the Chobe National Park. Open guest areas, a secluded hide, refreshing swimming pool and 20 ‘meru styled’ tents complete the lodge which lies beneath a forest of sturdy knob thorns.

Guests can enjoy an afternoon game drive and then return to the lodge for dinner.
Overnight at Elephant Valley Lodge – Lunch and dinner.

Day 4
Elephant Valley Lodge offers morning boat cruises, to visit the abundance of elephant that come down to the river to drink, as well as afternoon game drives to traverse the national park.

Chobe National Park is a true wildlife paradise and one of the best national parks in Southern Africa. It is home to the highest concentration of elephants in Africa, along with an abundance of other wildlife. The park is extremely lush for an African reserve, because of the many waterways.
Overnight at Elephant Valley Lodge – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 5
After an early morning activity guests will be transferred by scheduled road transfer across the border in to Zimbabwe. The transfer to Victoria Falls takes approximately 2 hours depending on border queues.

For the next 2 nights guests will be accommodated at Batonka Guest Lodge, set in lush gardens and within easy walking distance of the main attractions. Facilities include a swimming pool, activities desk and curio shop.
Overnight at Batonka Guest Lodge – Breakfast.

Day 6
During the stay in Victoria Falls guests will enjoy a guided tour of Victoria Falls and a tranquil sunset cruise on the Ra-Ikane boat on the Zambezi River.
Overnight at Batonka Guest Lodge – Breakfast.

Day 7
After breakfast, a scheduled road transfer will take guests on a journey of 2.5 hours to the border of Hwange National Park, a prolific wildlife area in Zimbabwe.

Guests will be accommodated at Elephant’s Eye lodge. Elephant’s Eye is located close to the border of Hwange National Park on a private concession, allowing for a unique experience in a wildlife haven.
Overnight at Elephant’s Eye – Lunch and dinner.

Day 8
As Elephant’s Eye is located on a private concession, activities can be flexible and include exciting game drives or a day trip into the world famous Hwange National Park.

Hwange is the largest national park in Zimbabwe and hosts over 100 mammal and 400 bird species. Water remains the single most important management factor in Hwange’s continued existence – absolutely vital to the survival of what is Zimbabwe’s single largest concentration of elephant.
Overnight at Elephant’s Eye – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 9
After breakfast, guests are taken by scheduled road transfer to Victoria Falls Airport.


Accommodation: As per itinerary
Meals: 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 8 dinners
Meet and greet: Maun International Airport
Drinks: Selected local brand drinks
Transfers: Scheduled air, road and boat transfers
Activities: Game drives, Water-based activities, Nature walks, Bird watching, Fishing,
Entrance fees: National park fees
Guide: Registered guide per lodge/boat, other language guides are subject to availability


  • International and regional scheduled flights and visas
  • Travel, medical and personal accident insurance
  • Gratuities and items of personal nature
  • Excursions not detailed in the itinerary
  • Private charters/transfers or specialised guides
  • Premium brand drinks
  • Porterage

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