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Start your southern journey at the Okavango Delta - one of Africa’s most amazing, sensitive and complex environments supporting a spectacle of wilderness and wildlife. You'll have the chance to experience activities such as game viewing, birding and fishing. However, one can experience the magical world of island and waterways from the land, air and water. Highlights include - seeing the exclusive Sitatunga antelope, which has found refuge in this pristine wetland ecosystem, birds such as the African fish eagle, Pel’s fishing owl as well as many others that provide a spectacular display. Explore the diverse game viewing at Chobe River Front. You will get the opportunity to experience conducted boat and land safari - that will give you the opportunity to see lion, hyena, giraffe, cheetah, zebra and wildebeest. Don’t forget to witness the population of animals the park is well known for - namely as elephant and hippo.


Day 1 to 5: Wildlife Safari Camp, South Luangwa National Park

Wildlife Safari Camp is a safari-camp on the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia. This camp provides guests with an affordable front-row seat to one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in Africa, South Luangwa National Park. Since 1992 Wildlife Camp has been one of the most famous and popular camps in the Luangwa Valley, providing our guests with spectacular and authentic experiences in the African bush. Wildlife Safari Camp has 9 en-suite chalets, five of which are situated in a quiet corner of the camp, overlooking a lagoon area and surrounded by huge shady trees while the other four are located in the centre of our camp, conveniently close to our reception area, main bar and restaurant. These four chalets each offer unique views over the Luangwa River. The Camp also has En-suite Safari Tents which are ideal for budget guests who cannot afford the slightly higher rates for the Chalets.

Day 5 to 8: Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge in Livingstone

Fun and lively, the Victoria Falls Waterfront is the perfect place to stay when you are looking for centrally located, yet affordable Livingstone accommodation. The Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge has long been known as the heart of Livingstone, Victoria Falls Zambia. Only four kilometres from the area’s main attraction, the Victoria Falls, the resort is ideally positioned to take advantage of the many activities that are on offer in the area. The Waterfront resort offers great facilities including a restaurant and bar where many sundowners have been enjoyed from the deck whilst overlooking the Zambezi River and Siloka Island. Sundowners on the Zambezi River are an essential start to a holiday in Victoria Falls. Each day the HMV Makumbi, the party boat of note, departs from the Waterfront jetty for a sunset cruise up the Zambezi, which includes all drinks and snacks, returning as night falls.

Day 8 to 10: Amadeus Gardens Lodge, Victoria Falls – Zimbabwe

Amadeus Garden, Bed & Breakfast style lodging, is the right choice of accommodation if you prefer personal attention and atmosphere of a small guesthouse. No big crowds: Only 11 rooms all en-suite. No frills: just simple clean and spacious rooms. A safe and trusted guesthouse since 1999 only 3 kilometres from the entrance of the Victoria Falls. No TV - "Cross path with nature" is our motto. If you need to connect to the world: free Wi-Fi available. The lodge is set in a spacious green garden, 11 rooms only, swimming pool and in walking distance to the Victoria Falls. If you prefer the personal atmosphere of a small lodge to the big Victoria Falls hotels, then Amadeus Garden is the right choice of accommodation for you. Amadeus is personally managed by the German and Zimbabwe owners since the year 2000. Relax and revitalise in the shade of our thatched gazebo set in a sub-tropical courtyard. Find your space and privacy in the garden. Cool off in our crystal-clear swimming pool. Hungry and thirsty? We serve meals and drinks. Share the stories of your African holiday with other travellers from all over the world. Our experience shows: the more you drink the bigger the animals get you’ll see on safari. Amadeus offers clean and clutter free accommodation in eleven rooms all of which are tastefully decorated and furnished with local teak furniture. All beds are fitted with firm therapeutic mattresses. There are 9 twins bedded and 2 double bedded rooms. All rooms offer solar heated en-suite hot and cold shower, a ceiling fan and an electronic safe.

Day 10 to 13: Sable Sand Lodge, Hwange National Park – Zimbabwe

This ‘off the grid’ eco-friendly safari lodge is owner and family managed and has steadily established a great reputation for their personalised and bespoke experience complete with a passionate team, homely food and exceptional elephant encounters. Sable Sands Lodge overlooks the ancient riverbed of the famous “Dete Vlei” and is located within a private Forestry Concession on the outskirts of the unfenced and world-famous Hwange National Park. Conveniently located 8km from the Hwange National Park and 200km from Victoria Falls, Sable Sands offers easy access to these African gems. Comprising of sixteen spacious and open-plan thatched ‘rondavels’, simply yet elegantly furnished to create a blend of traditional culture, nature and modern convenience, this African Forest “home-away-from-home” welcomes guests to an exquisite safari setting in unspoilt surroundings. The main area holds the restaurant, lounge, library and bar with full views of the ‘Dete Vlei’ and the Sable Sands solar pumped “wildlife water- hole”. In addition, a quaint tree house and solar powered pool allow for guest to cool off during the heat of the day. The Dete Vlei is frequented by herds of sable antelope, elephant, buffalo and other plains’ game species. Lucky sightings include lions, cheetah, painted dog, jackal and on the rare occasion leopard. Add to this the incredible selection of an estimated 350 bird species and you have one the most beautiful wildlife havens on earth. In the evenings, guests can either enjoy a delicious three course dinner inside the main dining area or a cosy dinner under a blanket of the starry African night sky while the flames of the nightly camp-fire flicker in the wind. Sable Sands harvests dead wood for cooking and heating up the traditional wood boilers. The lodge operates on generator power in the evenings and guests can charge their gadgets, each room has solar lamps for later in the night once the generator is switched off to allow guests to enjoy the natural sounds of the African wilderness. At Sable Sands you will not experience the ultimate luxury, but you will be immersed by the enchanting teak forest and seduced by its peaceful and enchanting charm, where every new day holds the promise of a new adventure, unique discoveries, and a complete appreciation of the Natural World in which it is nestled. Sable Sands is your ‘Safari Home with the Earth, People, Conservation & Wildlife @ Heart’

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