“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries”
– Aldous Huxley
Day 1 Victoria Falls Airport transfer to Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel
On arrival at the Victoria Falls International Airport, you will be met by a Don Tours Safari Representative and transferred to your accommodation. You will finish your day with a sunset cruise in the Zambezi river.
Snack platters are served while the sun sinks below the surface of the Zambezi. A selection of lively cocktails and imported premium spirits will be served throughout your journey. After the sun, dinner will be served on the lower deck of the vessel, exemplifying the hallmarks of exquisite cuisine prepared. After a 5-star course dinner, your guide will drive you back to our accommodation. Surrounded by the tranquility of Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve and primely located just 15 minutes from the Falls themselves, Stanley & Livingstone invites you to explore or just relax in one of the continent’s most loved destinations.
Accommodation: Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel (2 nights)
Day 2 Victoria Falls
After breakfast, we enjoy a tour of Victoria Falls. You will stop at various vantage points to view the falls and walk through the rain forest whilst witnessing the rainbows and feeling the spray and thundering noise of water falling into the gorge. The rest of your afternoon will be spent at leisure, where you can book one of many activities with your guide. Activities to do For the adrenaline junkies there is the wildest one-day white water rafting trip in the world, the 111-meter high bungee jump, gorge swings, zip lines, steam train tours, lion walks, and many more.
Accommodation: Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel
Day 3 Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park
After breakfast, the trip departs to one of Africa’s finest havens for wildlife Hwange National Park. and is home to the herds of presidential elephants. It is also home to many predators and endangered species and varied birdlife. On arrival we will enjoy lunch overlooking the beautiful plains, we will proceed on an afternoon game drive. After sundowners, a dinner will be served
Accommodation Elephant’s Eye, Hwange (2 nights)
Day 4 Hwange National Park
Dawn breaks with a morning game drive through the vast plains to experience the drama of the previous night. We hope to view more of the many species that live in the national park whilst exploring the magnificent landscape. We will return to the lodge for an afternoon siesta and later proceed on an evening game drive to view the nocturnal inhabitants of the Hwange National Park. Hwange, one of the world’s last great Elephant sanctuaries, is the largest national park in Zimbabwe. Covering more than 14,600 square kilometers(5,863 square miles) or 1,460,000 hectares it has more animals and a greater variety of species -107- than any other park in the country, and more than 400 species of birds.
Accommodation Elephant’s Eye, Hwange
Day 5 Hwange National Park to Matopos National Park
After breakfast, we depart for Matopos National Park. We will pass the second-largest city Bulawayo with wide tree-lined streets and is surrounded by beautiful parks. Within the city are many examples of early Victorian buildings which are maintained by the Bulawayo City council and landlords as heritage sites. We will proceed to the Matopos National Park,
Accommodation Matobo Hills Lodge(2 nights)
Day 6 Matobo Hills National Park
A full day will be spent exploring the area and some highlights include cave paintings, panoramas of the countryside at “View of the World”. We hope to catch a glimpse of black rhino and plains game, but this area is famous for its dense concentrations of birds of prey.
Day 7 Matobo Hills to Great Zimbabwe Ruins
This morning after breakfast, we depart for Masvingo, The Ancient City, where we will be inspired by the Ruins of Great Zimbabwe built in 1200AD. The Ruined City of Great Zimbabwe is the largest and most significant ancient monument south of the Sahara and only second to the Egyptian pyramids. Here your guide will take you through the Acropolis, the Great Enclosure, and the Conical Tower in the afternoon, and one you will enjoy the sunset. (BLD)
Accommodation Lodge At Ancient City (1 night)
Day 8 Great Zimbabwe To Nyanga (the Eastern Highlands)
After an early breakfast, we leave Masvingo and head through diverse scenery of farmlands, rocky outcrops, and into the magnificent mountainous area of the Eastern Highlands, also known as “The Little England” of Zimbabwe. On arrival at the hotel, you will be able to take in beautiful calm views and serene settings. (Optional activities are available – horse riding, golf, fishing, for own account)
Accommodation Trout beck inn or similar (2 nights)
Day 9 Trout-beck Inn Nyanga
The day is yours to explore or relax. Enjoy the hotel, stroll down to the dam to watch the rainbow trout diving through the waters, a full day Nyanga National Park tour (for own account) which experiences a village from the stone ages known as Pit Huts, or a visit to a Rainbow Trout hatchery set in the natural pools of the sparkling river.
Accommodation Trout beck inn or similar
Day 10 Nyanga To Harare
Soon after breakfast, we leave for Harare Zimbabwe’s Capital City. This tour exposes an impeccably clean city, bustling with busy shops, wide-open streets, and warm hospitality. We also show you the botanical garden and the balancing rocks
Accommodation: Cresta Lodge
Day 11 Cresta Lodge Harare
This day you will be transferred to the airport for your flight after breakfast
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