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Victoria Falls Safari Holiday - 7 Days

Victoria Falls Safari Holiday. This one is the best choice to explore the wonder of the World and Heritage site Victoria Falls. The waterfalls are the biggest in the World with a breadth that spans 1700 meters and water splashing into a gorge 110 meters deep.

The best taste of life in the upmarket holiday hotels here that includes The Victoria Falls Hotel and Safari lodge. Treat your self and your family to wonderful time of your life. Holiday can never be better in a town located in a national park where wildlife and nature and the people live in harmony.

Make a one-stop holiday destination in Victoria Falls and enjoy game drives in 3 exclusive national parks. Hwange national and Chobe national park are all but 100 km from Victoria Falls. Livingstone Town of Zambia as just 10 km from Victoria Falls as well.

Both Victoria Falls and Livingstone share the Zambezi river. Most river activities are more or less the same vibe. Welcome to Victoria Falls Africa’s best destination.


This is an ultimate Victoria Falls holiday package that combines the hype and adventure. Victoria Falls and Livingstone are the Adventure zone in Africa Tourism. Victoria Falls is convenient to Livingstone, Chobe national park and Hwange national park. Its nature and safari brought on one-stop shop. Explore all the African culture from either side of the river, the history and influence of the Victoria Falls to the conservation efforts in the region.


Jour 1
Victoria Falls

Welcome to Victoria Falls. The Mosi-oa-Tunya whose roar of thundering water can be heard to distant places 40 km away. At 1 700 metres wide and 100 metres high Victoria Falls is the largest curtain of waterfalls in the World. You have today a day to tour the waterfalls. Usually 2-3 hours should be enough to explore the length from the Zimbabwe side and the Forest it supports. Later in the afternoon you take the cruise boat on the upper Zambezi river as you easy the day with an epic sunset game viewing from the boat. The Zambezi river forms the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia all the way from the confluence with the Chobe river in Kasane Botswana to lower Zambezi below the Kariba Dam. That’s close to 2000 km in length. Accommodation: Based on your choice from our list of lodges, safari lodges, hotels and camping sites in Victoria Falls we book what you are comfortable with paying for.

Jour 2
Chobe National Park

The Chobe national park in Kasane Botswana is just 80 km away from Victoria Falls. Chobe is Botswana’s premier safari national park for safari. Situated on the periphery of the Okavango Delta, that is home to thousands of wildlife. It has approximately 205 000 elephants which is half of the elephant population in Africa. As such you are assured to see good herds of elephants. The Chobe river on the other hand runs across the national park supporting a good number of species of antelopes, cats as well as grazers like hippos. You first have your game drive on 4×4 vehicles exploring the national park on land. Later in the afternoon you take a boat cruise to view game from the boat. After sunset you make your way back to Victoria Falls.

Jour 3
Victoria Falls

Back in Victoria Falls you have all day to explore the adventurous side of the Zambezi river. Starting off in the morning you take either a half day rafting or Full-day rafting excursion down the rapids of the waterfalls with experienced guides. Basic swimming ability is the only requirement the rest will be fun in the water all day. If you prefer a combo of bridge activities to include Abseiling, Zipline, Gorge swing or Helicopter flights or even micro-flights ; the choice is yours and the combinations of fun and adventure here are enough for everyone.

Jour 4
Livingstone Day Tour

Today you go on a half day Tour of Livingstone Town and experience the a taste of East African life. Livingstone is Zambia’s Tourism capital with a diverse of life that will fascinate most visitors. The humbleness of the people and the happiness and welcome they have is amazing. Later in the afternoon you have lunch in Livingstone African restaurant before you go a Tour of the Livingstone Island. This is site from where David Livingstone first viewed the waterfalls from having been canoed to the island by locals. In his own words, “This is the view of Angels on flight” explaining the magnificence of the Victoria Falls. You will have also a chance to swim in the Devils Pool as well. Its completely safe though on the edge of the waterfalls.

Jour 5
Hwange National Park

Hwange national park is the biggest national park in Zimbabwe and home to over 450 species of birds and 100 species of mammals including the 19 big mammals including elephants, buffaloes, lions and the rare painted dogs, an already endangered species. It is 14 651 ha and has dams and waterholes that attracts wildlife. The elevated lookouts allows you to view game from concealed places thus avoiding to disrupt them. Today you have a full day Game drive in the national park. Accommodation: Ganda Lodge – wi-fi – swimming pool – Bar and Restaurant – child-friendly

Jour 6
Hwange National Park

The fertile soil is blown from the Kalahari desert that supports good grazing grounds here. The Kalahari dense woodland is dominated by the Zambezi Teak and sand camwood. The North of the park is dominated by the mopane (butterfly) woodland. You another day to explore the fullest of Hwange national park . Later in the day after the game drive you drive back to Victoria Falls

Jour 7
Victoria Falls

Today is a day to mingle and understand the culture of Zimbabwe. You’ll go on a village Tour, a typical African village. You will learn the basic survival skills of indigenous people and the conservation programs communities are engaged in to save the environment and wildlife. A visit to one of the schools in the countryside is set to give an insight on the education of African Youths and how they already relate to the outside World. You will have an opportunity plant a Tree and get a certificate for that as recognition for your role in being part of Africa’s environment support efforts. The evening you attend a farewell diner The African way at The Boma. Traditional dance and food the African way. After the Boma you will have a taste of night outing in Victoria Falls at places like the Shoestrings club. Tour ends today!! There will be transfer to the airport whenever you flight is scheduled.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Pick-up or Drop-off service from and to Airport(in our own vehicle) Transportation to and from!! Food all along the trip(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a cup of coffee or tea) and accommodations during the trip in hotels with family environment Transportation, food, accommodation and insurance of Guide during the trip First Aid Medical Kit All the required permits and paperwork Guiding in English with an option of a Translator for French, German and Dutch.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare Visa Charges Hotel Expenses Your travel and medical insurance Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, hot shower, telephone, laundry, titbits etc Food and accommodations before and after the Tour Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.

Frequently asked Questions

How fit do I need to be?

No fitness is required for the Tour. However different activities in the Town may require fitness level but you will be able to check before booking.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

All Hotels and accommodation in Victoria Falls have hot showers and charging ports for your phones and gadget. However you may need to bring an adapter for the sockets.

Are there ATMs in Victoria Falls?

Zimbabwe has been having a cash crisis for a very long time. You can pay using your credit cards for most activities and services at the hotels and lodges. You may also bring some cash for backup and other small items that you may wish to buy from the locals.

What about internet access?

Yes you will have wifi and internet connection at your accommodation. If you are on roaming you will also have network.

Is it necessary to hire Guides?

Our services already a private Guide so there is no need to hire extra Guides.

How much do guides and porters cost?

For Victoria Falls porters range from $15 to $20

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Victoria Falls Safari Holiday
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From $ 1,950 $ 1,500
per Adult

Faits au sujet du voyage

  • 1-12 people
  • Lodges/Hotels/Chalets and B&Bs
  • Victoria Falls Zimbabwe
  • Moderate
  • All year
  • Meals will be provided for activities outside Victoria Falls town.
  • English Guide that doubles as your driver
  • Safari