Day 1-2: Maun – Moremi Game Reserve

On arrival in Maun, you will be required to comply with customs and immigration formalities before being met and assisted over to a light aircraft for the transfer to Xakanaxa. Transfer by seat-in charter light aircraft to the Xakanaxa airstrip, this flight takes approximately 20 minutes.
Spend 2 nights at Camp Xakanaxa in a standard tent with en suite facilities on a full board basis including game viewing activities, local brand drinks, park fees and laundry.
Set in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, which is rated as being one of the finest game viewing areas in Africa, Camp Xakanaxa has one of the best locations in Botswana. Accommodation is in twelve tastefully furnished tents with twin or double beds and en-suite facilities with shower, hand basin and w.c. The tents are situated on the edge of the lagoon and from their private viewing deck, with comfortable loungers, one looks onto the reeded fringes at the waters edge. The camp, with its eclectic mix of furnishings from all over Africa, has a dining room, lounge/bar area, fire deck and plunge pool all slightly raised on wooden platforms with spectacular views over the lagoon. The reception area boasts a curio shop. At night the camp looks stunning as it is lit by dozens of paraffin lamps and candles. The game drives in this sector of Moremi take one down winding tracks, through Mopane forests and across lush grasslands. The waterways are either forded by vehicles or crossed on rustic log bridges. The camp faces out over the Xakanaxa Lagoon on the Khwai River, where boat trips explore the sinuous channels and floodplains of the Delta, one of Africa’s greatest natural wonders. Birding in the area is excellent, especially in the spring and summer months when the migrants are breeding. To the north are the world famous heronries, which attract large numbers of breeding storks and herons.

Accommodation at Camp Xakanaxa
Full Board – Activities included

Day 3 – 4: Chobe National Park

Seat-in charter aircraft transfer to Kasane Airport. This flight takes approximately 60 minutes. On arrival, you will be met and transferred overland to Chobe Game Lodge.
Spend 2 nights at the Lodge in a standard room with en suite facilities on a full board basis including game viewing activities, local brand drinks, park fees and laundry. Chobe Game Lodge is the only permanent lodge within the Chobe National Park in a privileged location along the Chobe River. It has 42 twin/double rooms, four luxury private suites with individual plunge pools and one family unit; all rooms are river-facing, with spacious decks. The recently built boardwalk overlooking the river has added a whole new dimension to game-viewing, simply find your favorite spot along this 250 metres elevated platform and settle down to watch the ever-changing wildlife parade across the river, islands and floodplains. Other facilities include a large swimming pool with terrace, a riverside boma area, a fully equipped conference room, a business centre for those guests needing to keep in touch, a stylish bar with an outside terrace overlooking the Chobe River and a cigar bar with a full sized billiard table. Activities include game drive on board of 4×4 vehicle and boating safaris.

Accommodation at Chobe Game Lodge
Full Board – Activities included

Day 5 – 6: Victoria Falls

During the course of the morning you will transfer by road and boat to David Livingstone Safari Lodge. This transfer takes approximately 2 hours and customs and immigration formalities are cleared en route at both the Botswana and Zambia border posts. Spend 2 nights David Livingstone Safari Lodge in a standard room on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
Created to perfectly blend into the lush surrounds of the Zambezi River bank, The David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa offers 4 stars comfort only 5 kms from the Victoria Falls, one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world. The hotel boasts the impressive claim of having all river facing accommodation, so each guest can enjoy the view that once captivated David Livingstone, the intrepid explorer and missionary who was the first European to witness the Falls. Centrally located the David Livingstone Hotel is within easy reach of all the major activities with which the Victoria Falls area has become synonymous. The hotel has its own beautiful boat, the Lady Livingstone which is moored alongside the hotel, each day the Lady Livingstone departs for the quintessential Livingstone activity – the sundowner cruise.

Accommodation at David Livingstone Safari Lodge
Bed and Breakfast

Day 7 – 9: Lower Zambezi National Park

Scheduled road transfer to Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone. Connect to a Proflight scheduled flight to the Royal airstrip in the Lower Zambezi via Lusaka. On arrival you will be met by a representative from Chongwe who will transfer you overland to the camp.Spend three nights at Chongwe River Camp in a classic tent with en suite facilities on a full board basis, including scheduled game viewing activities, park fees, local brand drinks and laundry.
Zambia’s Lower Zambezi valley is one of Africa’s last great wilderness areas. Renowned for breathtaking scenery and incredible wildlife, it’s also home to one of the continent’s top safari lodges – Chongwe River Camp. Set beneath a canopy of winter thorns at the confluence of the Zambezi and Chongwe rivers, this award-winning camp combines the best of everything, from first-class service and luxurious accommodation to exceptional game viewing and enlightening cultural experiences. A policy of non-intrusive enjoyment of wildlife and low environmental impact has helped to make the Lower Zambezi valley one of southern Africa’s premier game viewing destinations. Add to this the amazing fauna and flora found in and on the banks of Africa’s fourth largest river, and you begin to understand why this amazing wilderness is so special. At Chongwe River Camp, activities are tailored to make the most of this incredibly diverse wilderness. Game viewing can be done from a vehicle in either the Lower Zambezi National Park or the Chiawa Partnership Park or, if you prefer, from a boat on the Zambezi. Canoeing, walking and, of course, fishing, are also offered. For those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the area, community visits can be arranged.

Accommodation at Chongwe River Camp
Full Board – Activities included

Day 10 – 12: South Luangwa National Park

After breakfast transfer to the Royal airstrip to connect on a Proflight scheduled flight to Mfuwe via Lusaka. On arrival in Mfuwe, you will be met and transfer overland to Kafunta. Spend three nights at Kafunta River Lodge in a suite on a full board basis, including scheduled game viewing activities (day and night game drive, walking safaris), park fees, local brand drinks and laundry.
Kafunta River Lodge is a classic Zambia safari lodge and combines all the essentials for a great safari. Here you will find the rest and peace you need after an exciting day on safari in combination with personalized service and a warm welcome by the team. The attention to detail and relaxed atmosphere is matched by the camps professionalism; highly qualified guides take you on exciting game drives and share their extensive knowledge of the Zambian bush with you. At Kafunta River Lodge, each of the luxury private chalets and the main lounge & dining area overlook the game rich flood plain. Beyond the plain is the Luangwa River and one of the best game viewing areas of the magical South Luangwa National Park, the premier park in Zambia and one of the best national parks in all of Africa. The eight private safari chalets have been built on raised wooden platforms and have thatched roofs, they are tastefully decorated with African style and charm. Additionally, there are two luxury suites which feature a private deck, an upstairs viewing veranda and a luxurious bathroom. Kafunta River Lodge’s spacious wooden deck above the waterhole provides guests with undisturbed views over the plain. You can absorb the stunning location and, while darkness falls, enjoy sumptuous candle lit meals under a vast African night sky, whilst watching as animals of all types come to the floodlit waterhole, a simply magical experience.

Accommodation at Kafunta River Camp
Full Board – Activities included

Day 13: Departure

This morning you transfer to Mfuwe Airport for your Proflight scheduled flight to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka. Continue to your next destination or connect with your international flight home.

12 nights/ 13 days
Intercontinental flights excluded? In alcuni viaggi il costo del volo è escluso.
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Accommodation: Lodge
You will travel by: Fly-in, With guide/ driver

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