Khwai River Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 50

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Lion in Moremi Game Reserve

Day 1: Okavango Delta

We will meet you at Maun Airport and transfer you by charter plane to Moremi and check you into the lodge.

Giraffe in Moremi Game Reserve

Day 2: Okavango Delta - Moremi G.R.

You will have morning and afternoon game excursions today - by mokoro or motor boat.

Elephant in Moremi Game Reserve

Day 3: Moremi G.R. - Khwai River

Today we will transfer you by plane to the Khwai airstrip and then drive you on to the camp.

Elephant in a canal in the delta

Day 4: Khwai River

You will have a full day of game drives today. Surrounding the Khwai River, wildlife and birdlife are in abundance. This area is a regular host to a wide variety of animals which include: elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, serval, cheetah and the wild dog. The wild dog particularly, is a regular feature, and has been the subject of a project being run in the area since 1989. The waters of the river are also frequented by hippos – often seen during the day and heard at night.

Meandering through the delta

Day 5: Khwai River - Chobe N. P.

We will transfer you by light plane to Kasane Airport, followed by a road transfer to Kubu Lodge. Kubu Lodge is a small, privately owned lodge on the banks of the Chobe River.

Antelope watching out for predators, Chobe

Day 6: Chobe N. P.

Today you will have a full day of game driving. Chobe is known for its elephant population, with some 120,000 elephants based in the park. They tend to be particularly large but their ivory is brittle, so will only have short tusks. As well as elephant, an abundance of giraffe, zebra, impala, sable, wildebeest, kudu, waterbuck, warthogs, eland, lion and hyena can be seen, and if you are very lucky, cheetah and leopard.

Lioness in Chobe National Park

Day 7: Chobe N. P. - Victoria Falls

After breakfast we will drive you to Victoria Falls (approximately a 2 hour drive). Zimbabwe is home to arguably the world’s most beautiful precipice, UNESCO-listed Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls, described by the Kololo tribe living in the area in the 1800’s as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ - ‘the smoke that thunders’, is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

The Smoke that Thunders

Day 8: Victoria Falls

Depending on your departure time, you will be taken to Victoria Falls Airport for your onward flight.

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