Moremi G.R. Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 849

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The Smoke that Thunders

Day 1: Victoria Falls

Welcome to Victoria Falls! You will be met upon arrival where you will then be shown to your awaiting transfer vehicle and onward to the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. The next few days are free to explore and enjoy the many activities on offer in and around Victoria Falls town. Visit the spectacular thundering falls, shop at the extensive craft markets, relax on a Zambezi sunset cruise or get more active with white water rafting , bungee jumping and much more!

Victoria Falls, ZImbabwe

Day 2: Victoria Falls

The iconic town of Victoria Falls is set on the southern bank of the Zambezi River, at the western end of the mighty Victoria Falls. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Victoria Falls is one of Africa's greatest geographical features. At 1700 metres wide and over 100 metres in height visitors cannot fail to be inspired and amazed by the sheer size, power and beauty of the thundering curtain of water.

Tree lion in Victoria Falls

Day 3: Victoria Falls

With its welcoming small town atmosphere Vic Falls is home to a seemingly endless number of activities - there is literally something for everyone. The world's wildest white water rafting, canoeing, helicopter flips, elephant back safaris, canopy tours and adventure slides, river cruises, golf and bungee jumping. An impressive array of arts and crafts is showcased by talented local artists in the open air curio market as well as at a number of gallery's and shops throughout town.

Eelephant in Victoria Falls National Park

Day 4: Victoria Falls - Chobe N. P.

After breakfast you will be transferred across the border to Chobe Game Lodge in neighbouring Botswana. The lodge has a prime position within Chobe National Park. Over the next two days go in search of wildlife on daily game drives, spot wildlife on a Chobe River boat cruise and enjoy some after dinner stargazing.

Antelope watching out for predators, Chobe

Day 5: Chobe N. P.

Chobe is the second largest park in Botswana and covers an area of 10,566 km². With areas of marshland, flood plains, savannah, woodland and the Chobe and Savuti Rivers, the park is wonderfully diverse. Chobe has one of the greatest concentrations of game on the African continent and is known for its huge elephant population, with some 120,000 based in the park.

Lioness in Chobe National Park

Day 6: Chobe N. P. - Okavango Delta

After breakfast, transfer to Kasane Airport for a short flight to Camp Okavango on Nxaragha Island, which is located within the pristine Moremi Game Reserve in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This remote camp is surrounded by water. Over the next two days experienced guides will navigate you through the tranquil Delta waterways by mokoro or motor boat and take you on guided nature walks with bird watching at a secluded hide.

Elephant in a canal in the delta

Day 7: Okavango Delta

Described as ‘the jewel of the Kalahari’, the Okavango Delta is a huge expanse of water in northern Botswana, which has travelled from the Angolan highlands, spreading out to form the largest inland river delta in the world. Studded with islands and reed banks, the Delta is renowned for its incredible variety of birdlife and animals including elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, hippo and crocodile.

Meandering through the delta

Day 8: Okavango Delta - Moremi G.R.

Transfer to the airstrip for a short flight to Camp Moremi, situated on the edge of Xakanaxa Lagoon in the Moremi Game Reserve. Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives, explore the lagoon and surrounding Okavango channels by motorboat and relax by the pool, watching the passing game from the sun deck.

Lion in Moremi Game Reserve

Day 9: Moremi G.R.

Moremi Game Reserve covers some 4,871 km² (70% of which is part of the Okavango Delta) and is considered one of the most beautiful wildlife reserves in Africa, as it combines mopane woodland and acacia forests, lily covered wetlands, flood plains and lagoons. Moremi consists of a network of waterways surrounding two large islands - Chiefs Island in the west and Mopane Tongue in the east. In this pristine wilderness area birdlife is prolific and as Moremi is a fenced reserve, game viewing is impressive throughout the year. Elephants are numerous, as well buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, hyena, jackal and antelope.

Giraffe in Moremi Game Reserve

Day 10: Moremi G.R.

Travel back to the airstrip for your flight to Maun Airport to connect with your departure flight home.

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