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Explore Zimbabwe!

Explore Zimbabwe!


Spend the first two days of this 10 day adventure enjoying the facilities and activities of Camp Amalinda, made up of nine individually thatched rooms and two honeymoon suites, lounge and entertainment area with panoramic views of the Matobo Hills and a large swimming pool overlooking a waterhole, this exciting camp offers a cultural and historical beginning to your journey.

Hwange National Park is the next stop for 3 days, with abundant wildlife such as large gatherings of elephants at popular waterholes, you will enjoy this remote private corner of Hwange National Park at the classic African tented Davison's Camp.   Named after Hwange National Park's first warden, Ted Davison, this classic camp offers 8 tents plus family tent all overlooking a busy waterhole and the open plain.  With year round abundant game viewing expect to encounter lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, blue wildebeest, impala and much much more.  In winter, the magnificent elephants gather around the waterholes in huge numbers to drink.  For the more adventurous, explore the area on foot with an early morning guided walk before heading off an action packed game drive in 4x4 vehicles.

Days six and seven see you heading off to the heart of the Zambezi Valley to the game rich Mana Pools National Park.  Ruckomechi Camp sits on the banks of the Zambezi amongst the acacia and mahogany trees and offering endless views of the mountains of Africa's Great Rift Valley across the river in Zambia.   Offering ten spacious en-suite tented units, with both indoor and outdoor showers, the camp have made themselves as environmentally friendly as possible with the hot water and lighting all provided by solar power.  If you are lucky you may be joined in camp by the much loved elephants who often visit to dine on the canopied alibida trees!  For interaction with Africa's magnificent wildlife enjoy the game viewing on motorised pontoon boats, on foot or in canoes.

The last three days of this memorable journey see you heading to the Lake Kariba area and a stay at Changa Safari Camp.   Situated on their own private concession of 4.5km of waterfront, Changa Safari Camp offers the perfect base from which to explore this rich wilderness area.  A haven of relaxation, enjoy the sounds of nature, the peace and tranquility of the beautiful surroundings and marvel at the unequaled beauty of a Lake Kariba sunset.  Each tented suite enjoys its own private viewing deck from which to enjoy the mysterious Matusadona Mountains and in addition to the exceptional game drives you can experience both walking and fishing safaris with your highly trained professional guides.  If you are lucky you may catch a fleeting glance of the last remaining Black Rhinos!

SOME HIGHLIGHTS

  • Spectacular views of Bushman paintings and Rhodes' gave at Matobo Hills
  • Abundance of wildlife including unique species such as sable, roan, wild dog and cheetah
  • Largest man-made lake in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Experienced and knowledgeable Explorations Guide from start to finish

View this amazing journey with our online virtual itinerary!  

For further information about this Zimbabwian adventure enjoying amazing spectacles, diverse areas, activities and interests, contact the Southern Africa Travel team today!

 


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