Khwai Tented Camp Exterior

Chobe and Vic Falls Safari

28 March 2017

Imagine an African safari holiday where you have nothing to do except view wildlife, eat gorgeous food and sleep in luxury lodge accommodation? This is the life on our Chobe and Victoria Falls combo journey into some of the best destinations you have ever seen. Experience a small intimate lodge with hands-on service, games drives every day, walking safaris, bird watching, boat cruises, fishing, spa treatments and day trips into Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park.

Two Countries in Three Days 

We call this safari the Victoria Falls and Chobe Fly In tour and it is only three nights long. For as little as USD 1008 per person sharing you see 2 countries and as much wildlife as you can pack into the 72 hours. Yes, this package is ideal for those looking for the ultimate safari but with little time on their hands. Explore the game-rich Zambezi National Park, enjoy game drives and river safaris in Chobe and a relaxed tour of the mighty Victoria Falls.

Riverbank Suites

The best part of the deal is that you spend valuable moments in the Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge at Victoria Falls right on the banks of the Zambezi River. Picture a real nature lover’s playground, hidden by lush indigenous vegetation, in the thick of Africa’s untouched wilderness. Experience awesome sightings of kudu, giraffe, elephant, lion and even the rare African Wild Dog as you cruise up river by boat or in an open 4×4 into the reserve.

This quick 2-country package tour includes all accommodation and meals, several game drives daily and a river safari plus your return scheduled airport transfers arriving or leaving Victoria Falls or Kasane airports. Take plenty of photographs to remind you of this destination and one day return to do something longer. Like the Focus on Botswana Safari.

Value for Money African Adventure

This is the ideal package for budget conscious traveller who dreams of seeing the iconic natural wonder of the world, Victoria Falls and experiencing a safari in three different game parks in Botswana. Luxurious accommodation with excellent guiding and hosting. Choose activities to suit your pocket and your time during 8 nights of real retreat into nature. Your all-inclusive safari takes care of your accommodation, meals, game viewing activities, road and internal transfers, all park fees, international flights and visas!

Supreme Safari Accommodation 

Make Ilala Lodge at Victoria Falls you base for a few days and enjoy the refined elegance, harking back to colonial safari days of bygone eras. Attentive yet discrete service that always comes with a smile. The sublime surroundings of our boutique hotel will reawaken your senses while the power of the majestic Victoria Falls renews your spirit. Relax in luxurious style.

Ilala Lodge

Then head on to Chobe Elephant Camp in Botswana’s Chobe National Park, a new camp made entirely from sandbags. Filled with the red Kalahari sands, these thick walls create a natural barrier against the harsh African climate and enhance the old farm-style feel of the camp. Find the accommodation high on the edge of a rocky ridge overlooking the famous Chobe River. Your luxury double room features indoor and outdoor showers, en-suite bathrooms and private decks merging into the trees.

Community Involvement and Tourism

Your final stop is the Khwai Tented Camp in Moremi Game Reserve, in a community-run concession. Appreciate being right in the thick of the wilderness as you sleep on the banks of a lagoon flowing into the Khwai river. Enjoy spacious and comfortable tents with en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers and flush toilets. There are no permanent structures at Khwai Tented Camp – everything is removed to leave the wilderness exactly as it was found, minimizing the impact on the environment.

Which is why we go to Africa, to get away from our city lives and all our unnecessary stresses. To be at one with Nature and to remember that we all need untouched wilderness areas and these living oases need to be preserved for our children’s sake.  Book your safari into Chobe and the Victoria Falls as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.