Kruger N.P. Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 714

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The Smoke that Thunders

Day 1: Victoria Falls

On arrival in Livingstone airport you will be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation. This evening if free time for your to enjoy at your own leisure.

Eelephant in Victoria Falls National Park

Day 2: Victoria Falls

Today you will be collected from your hotel and taken on a full day tour of the falls. Victoria Falls is every traveller’s favourite and one of the world's must see sights. Here, the Zambezi River widens to 1.7 km and then plunges 107m into the Zambezi Gorge. The force of the tumbling water, estimated at around 545 million litres per minute during the rainy season, sends clouds of spray up to 500m into the air, sustaining a lush rainforest all around. On the ground, the Falls can be seen from the Victoria Falls National Park with its many viewing points, or from the Zambian side. Each side offers fantastic photographic opportunities. This afternoon enjoy a water rafting excursion.

Victoria Falls, ZImbabwe

Day 3: Victoria Falls - Chobe N. P.

Today you will be transferred by road to Kasane in Botswana- the gateway to Chobe National Park. Here we will stay at the Garden lodge- well known for its gardens and the prolific birds attracted to the flowers and fruit. Our package includes all meals, 2 afternoon boat cruises and a morning game drive.

Mother and baby elephant on the move

Day 4: Chobe N. P.

Chobe National Park is the second largest park in Botswana and covers an area of 10566 square kilometres. With areas of marshland, flood plains, savannah, grasslands, woodland and two rivers, the park is really diverse. The San bushmen originally inhabited the park and hunted throughout the area. In 1932 a non-hunting area was set up and eventually in 1957, Chobe became the first National Park in Botswana. Chobe is known for its elephant population, with some 120,000 elephants based in the park.

Zebra at a waterhole

Day 5: Chobe N. P.

Today our arrangements end with a departure transfer from the Garden Lodge to Livingstone Airport.

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