Luxury safaris with a natural and caring conscience.
At a Glance
|Price||Dates||N°· of nights||N°· of pax||Holiday type||Weather||Price includes|
|From £6,100 per person based on twin share||Your choice||8 nights in country and 2 nights of air travel||2 – 4 people||Tailor-made holiday||Temperature range of 12 – 28 C, dependant on the time of year||Flights from the UK, all transfers, accommodation, meals where stated and back up service.|
Days 1 - 2
Batonka Guest Lodge - Victoria Falls
Batonka Guest Lodge is set in lush gardens, a tranquil haven away from the bustle of town but still within easy walking distance. Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi River, this popular tourist town is compact enough to walk around and makes an ideal base for travellers exploring the seventh wonder of the world, the unfathomably vast Victoria Falls. Included is the Malachite Dinner Cruise for an exceptional evening on the Zambezi River.
Accommodation: the lodge offers well-appointed rooms with elegant, contemporary style, décor encompassing Victoria Falls’ colonial past and African flavour. All rooms are air-conditioned, with all the modern amenities and have en-suite bathrooms.
Days 3 - 5
The Hide - Hwange National Park
Located in a prime position in Hwange National Park in western Zimbabwe. Hwange is the country’s biggest reserve, home to a profusion of wildlife, including giraffe, lion, zebra and approximately 40,000 elephants. The Hide, on its own private concession, offers a life-enriching safari experience for its guests, and includes day and night game drives, guided bush walks and exceptional game viewing in the seclusion of the camp’s unique underground hides.
Accommodation: the Hide comprises of ten beautifully-furnished deluxe tents, all boasting en-suite bathrooms with indoor and/or outdoor bathtubs and showers and private verandas overlooking the busy waterhole. The Hide is on its own private concession area in the Hwange National Park.
Days 6 - 8
Changa Safari Camp, Matusadona
Matusadona National Park is on the shores of Lake Kariba, it is a large expanse of pristine wilderness characterised by flat grassy plains and dramatic rugged mountains. There are healthy populations of predators, including lion, leopard, hyena, and cheetah as well as elephant, buffalo, and antelope. Birdlife is prolific, with 350 species having been identified in the area. This rich wilderness area offers exceptional game drives as well as walking and fishing safari’s.
Accommodation: there are six tents which are en-suite with an indoor and outdoor shower, so you can enjoy a shower under the stars whilst listening to the wildlife which surrounds you. The term tent is used very loosely here as they are more like material chalets with their double beds and polished floors!