Victoria Falls Zimbabwe – Victoria Falls Zimbabwe side, experience Helicopter flight, game drive in Chamabonda or Zambezi National Parks and keep a sharp lookout for the wildlife, especially elephants, lions, buffalo and more
Victoria Falls Zambia – Experience the amazing one of the seven wonders of the world Mighty Victoria Falls with a Guided Tour, Sunset Boat Cruise on the Zambezi River with a chance of seeing wildlife such as elephants, hippos, Crocodile and lots of birds. Experience the unique helicopter flight with an aerial view of the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi river.
Chobe National Park Botswana: Well known for its large herds of elephants and Cape buffalo, which converge along the Chobe Riverfront in the dry months. Lions, antelopes, and hippos inhabit the woods and lagoons around Linyanti Marsh. Enjoy the fantastic Boat cruise and Game drive
- 2 Nights Victoria Falls Hotel – Zimbabwe
- 2 Nights David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa in Livingstone – Zambia
- 2 Nights Chobe Safari Lodge in Chobe National Park – Botswana
- 1 Nights Victoria Falls Hotel – Zimbabwe
Day 1 to 3: Victoria Falls Hotel – Zimbabwe
One of the truly special places in the world
With dramatic views of the gorges of Zimbabwe’s spectacular Victoria Falls, The Victoria Falls Hotel, built by the British in 1904, was originally conceived as accommodation for workers on the Cape-to-Cairo railway) and today it is a famous luxury brand. Now a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. Serene Lily ponds, arched loggias, and broad verandas – offering magnificent vistas – seem custom-built for a spot of high tea or a relaxed gin and tonic, while a private path leads to the falls, an idyllic 10-minute walk away. Some rooms offer stunning views of the gorges and bridge below.
The history of The Victoria Falls Hotel is incomplete without the reference to the development of the railway system in Zimbabwe. Cecil Rhodes had tasked his friend and colleague Sir Charles Metcalfe with overseeing the development of the railway system and Metcalfe took heed of Rhodes’ dreams of the railway line stretching “from Cape to Cairo,” hence he started plans for the first bridge across the mighty Zambezi. Rhodes was insistent that the bridge should be built in a place that the spray from the falls would fall on the passing trains, which is why the site was chosen just a little below the Boiling Pot, at almost right angles and in very close proximity to the falls.
The Victoria Falls Hotel was built and operated by the railway’s administration, but in the early 1970s, it was leased to the then Southern Sun hotel group, the forerunner of today’s African Sun Limited. A significant development in the late 1990s was the involvement in the hotel of another leading Zimbabwean hospitality operation, Meikles Africa Hotels. Today the property itself still belongs to the National Railways of Zimbabwe and there is a shared 50/50 partnership operation between African Sun and Meikles Africa.
In his intriguing book “100 Years 1904-2004” (history of The Victoria Falls Hotel) John Crewel calls it “one of the truly special places in the world” and says the hotel is a jewel because of “consistent attention to quality and standards over a century of operation.” He notes that the most important factor behind the hotel’s success has been “it’s close proximity to Victoria Falls, one of the most remarkable sights in the world…. a spectacle unrivaled in the world.”
Steeped in history and one of the oldest hotels in Africa, The Victoria Falls Hotel serves is a reminder of the distinguished and elegant era to which it was born and has earned its status as the epitome of grand luxury travel. The Victoria Falls Hotel remains the landmark accommodation facility to view the popular tourist attraction, the wondrous Victoria Falls now in its 150 Millionth Fantastic Year!
Day 3 to 5: DAVID LIVINGSTONE SAFARI LODGE & SPA
About Livingston/Victoria Falls
Livingstone is a town in southwestern Zambia, a few kilometers from the Zambezi River and the border with Zimbabwe. It’s a hub for visitors to the Victoria Falls. The adjoining Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park surrounds the Zambian side of the falls. The Livingstone Museum traces local history and archaeology, and the life of the Scottish explorer, David Livingstone, after whom the town was named.
Victoria Falls is a waterfall in southern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is clearly visible from the Zimbabwean side, which also has the town Victoria Falls named after the falls.
About: David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa
Blending perfectly within the lush surrounds of the Zambezi River bank, aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa offers 5-star Victoria Falls accommodation nearby this impressive natural wonder of the world. Guests of this hotel near Livingstone, are treated to the glorious natures cape, luxury bush accommodation in Zambia, and Zambezi River cruises. This luxurious Zambia hotel with river-facing rooms ensures each guest enjoys the same serene views that once captivated David Livingstone, the intrepid explorer, and missionary who was the first European to set eyes on the Falls.
Be sure to dine at aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa’s Kalai Restaurant to experience some of the finest Afro-Arabian fusion, cosmopolitan dishes in a traditional Zambian restaurant. If you are looking to host an event in a unique setting, aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa offers one of the foremost conferences centers near Livingstone. This is also a beautiful wedding venue with state-of-the-art equipment and breathtaking views of the Zambezi River. The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa overlooks the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, which creates a tranquil environment and the perfect space for a Victoria Falls spa experience.
5-STAR ROOMS Unwind in an en-suite room with captivating views over Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park
aha THE DAVID LIVINGSTONE ROOMS
The 5-star accommodation at aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa comprises 77 rooms, all en-suite, and of which 5 are suites; 3 are inter-leading rooms (which are ideal for families), and 2 are rooms equipped to comfortably accommodate disabled guests. The majority of our rooms look out over the Mighty Zambezi River, so you may enjoy leisurely sundowners on your private balcony.
STANDARD ROOM FEATURES
Zambezi River-facing, En-suite bathrooms, Private balconies, Air-conditioning, Telephone, Hairdryer, Flat screen satellite TV, Tea and coffee station,24-hr room service, Laundry service, Mini bar, Wireless Internet
SIGNATURE SUITE FEATURES
- Bar and lounge
- Jacuzzi spa bath
- Private entertainment area
Day 5 to 7: Chobe Safari Lodge – Chobe National Park Botswana
About: Chobe National Park
On Botswana’s, far northern border lie the Kwando, Linyanti and Chobe River systems that form a mosaic of lakes, islands, channels and floodplains. Part of this system is the Chobe National Park, renowned for its vast herds of elephant and buffalo.
Chobe Safari Lodge
Chobe Safari Lodge, on the banks of the Chobe River in Botswana, is the best destination for serious game viewers. Situated in Kasane, Chobe Safari Lodge is close to where the borders of four African countries meet – Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia. If you are planning to visit the Chobe area, the majestic Victoria Falls or the Caprivi region, then Chobe Safari Lodge is the ideal choice of accommodation.
Accommodation: Chobe Safari Lodge consists of 46 Luxury Safari Rooms, 22 Luxury River Rooms and 8 Rondavels and family rooms with separate children room (bunk beds). All luxury rooms have en suite bathrooms with bath and a shower, air conditioners, satellite TVs with 8channels, telephone, safe and fan. All the rooms have stunning views of Chobe River. Campsite grounds with 3 unisex ablution blocks on the property.
Activities: Along with many species of big game, Chobe National Park boasts the largest concentration of elephant in Africa, game drives and boat cruises offer visitors the opportunity to witness this amazing spectacle. Due to our physical location we are also in the position to offer you a variety of other activities such as Walking Safari.
Day 7 to 8: Victoria Falls Hotel – Zimbabwe
Day 1 – Meet & Greet/Transfer to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe
Upon arrival off your international flight, you will be met and welcomed by our representative who will assist you with luggage and transfer you to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe where you will stay for 2 Nights. Check in and You will have lunch then later in the afternoon you will have Sunset Cruises: Enjoy the beauty of the river and majestic sunsets on the Zambezi River above the falls. A gin and tonic never tasted so good Then return to the hotel for dinner and bed.
Day 2: Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe
Morning breakfast and you will be picked for a morning game drive 4 x 4 Safaris: Venture into the nearby Chamabonda or Zambezi National Parks and keep a sharp lookout for the wildlife, especially elephants, lions, buffalo and more. And then you will be dropped at the hotel in time to have lunch and relax. Later in the afternoon you will be picked for Cultural Tours: Visit traditional mud-hut and remote villages, schools and clinics. And return to the hotel to relax and then dinner and bed.
Day 3: Transfer to David Livingstone Lodge & Spa – Livingstone Zambia
Morning breakfast at Victoria Falls Hotel, later you will check out of the hotel and out driver will transfer you from Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe to David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa in Livingstone Zambia. Arrival at the Lodge check in and you will have lunch and relax later on you in the afternoon you will have a Sunset Boat Cruise on the Zambezi River and return to the lodge for dinner and bed.
Day 4: David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa – Victoria Falls
Morning breakfast, then later pick up for a 2 Hrs Guided Victoria Falls Tour and return to the lodge for lunch and relax time and pick up for 2 Hrs Bungee Jump – The bungee jump platform is off the Victoria Falls Railway Bridge, in no-man’s land between the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia with the Victoria Falls as a backdrop. Here, participants will need their passport to jump!
This is arguably the best bungee jumping spot in the world. A great place to test the boundaries of fear and experience the true sense of safe recklessness as one plummet 111 metres towards the Zambezi River. There is no much difference with the Bungee swing, they both have a thrilling feeling as you jump 111 metres towards the Zambezi River.
Or 2 Hrs Lion walk – Partake in this intimate experience with the Kings of the Jungle. This activity includes interacting and walking side by side with the lions through Victoria Falls, learning about their habitat and behavior from our knowledgeable guides as well as the conservation challenges they face in the wild. and later retuned to the lodge to return to the lodge in time for dinner and bed.
Day 5: Transfer from David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa to Chobe Safari Lodge in Botswana
Today you will have breakfast, later you will check out of the lodge and you will be transferred to Chobe Safari Lodge in Chobe National park, Botswana where you will stay for 2 nights. On arrival you will have lunch and relax, later you will do a 3 Hrs Boat Cruise activity and return to the lodge in time for dinner and bed.
Day 6: Full Game drive at Chobe Safari Lodge
Today you spend the whole day on a game drive will have breakfast in the morning and you will leave for a full day game drive in Chobe national park, the lodge will prepare for you Picnic Lunch and drinks to take with you on your activity. You will leave the Lodge around 8AM and return 6PM. Then later its dinner time.
Day 7: Transfer from Chobe Safari Lodge to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe
Morning breakfast and morning game drive then you will check out and have lunch. After Lunch out representative will pick you and transfer you to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe where you will spend your last night of the unique Southern African Safari Experience. Arrival at the Hotel Check in and later on in the afternoon you will have an activity which will be the 15 min Helicopter Flight.
Day 8: Transfer to Victoria Falls Airport for onward flight
Morning Breakfast at the hotel you will check out around 10:00hrs and transfer to Victoria Falls International Airport in time for 1 PM flight Back home. Please note that you will be taken to the airport to be there at least 2 hours before an international flight.
Included in this Package as follows:
Victoria Falls Hotel – Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
- 3 Nights Chalet Accommodation
- All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- 1 x Boat Cruise
- 1 x Cultural Village Tour
- 1 x 4×4 Game Drive Safari
- 1 x 15 minutes Helicopter Flight
- National Park Fee, All Levies & Taxes
- All Transfers
David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa – Victoria Falls, Zambia
- 2 Nights Accommodation in a 5* Rooms
- All Meals (Break Fast, Lunch and Dinner)
- 1 x Guided Victoria Falls Tours
- 1 x Sunset Boat Cruise
- Bungee Jump or Lion Walk
- All Transfers
Chobe Safari Lodge – Chobe National Park, Botswana
- 2 Nights Accommodation
- All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Park Fees
- 1 x 3 Hrs Boat Cruise
- 1 x Full Day Game Drive – Picnic
- 3 Hrs Game Drive
- All Transfers
Transfers & Flights Included are:
- Transfer from Victoria Falls Airport to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe
- Transfer from Victoria Falls Hotel to David Livingstone Safari Lodge in Zambia
- Transfer from David Livingstone Safari Lodge to Chobe Safari Lodge in Botswana
- Transfer from Chobe Safari Lodge to Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe
- Transfer from Victoria Falls Hotel to Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe
- Visa fee and Insurance
- Drinks from The Bar
Anything of Personal Nature