Beyond the Curtain of Falling Water
Amazing Safari Trips with the Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls, Zambia, a region of outstanding natural beauty and awe-inspiring scenery. The Border of Zambia and Zimbabwe is breathtakingly marked by the Falls - the largest falling curtain of water in the world, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Livingstone offers adventurers and adrenaline seekers safari trips in Africa never to be forgotten.
Horseback and game drives are all possible from Livingstone, each with opportunities to see some of the most popular game. Wildlife safari viewing is spectacular on guided walking tours too. Take to the river for an authentic exploring voyage through the landscape and its animals. Get overboard with excitement on the whitewater-rafting, conquer the highs and lows of bungee jumping then push yourself further on a gorge swing. Cross the border to Zimbabwe to see Victoria Falls and visit Hwange National Park. Make the most of the fantastic opportunity to see the White Rhino roaming Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park.
Away from the tourist hotspots at Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park in Botswana is close by. The Park has four very different ecosystems, which makes it such a draw for those seeking the best chances to view a wide variety of animals in natural habitats. From river to marsh, savannah to woodland, the land supports a myriad of plant and animal species.
Chobe boasts a population of around 80,000 Kalahari Elephants, considered one of the highest concentrations in Africa. Unusually large Lion Prides, Leopards, Jackal and Hyena are all present here. With magnificent groups of Buffalo, Giraffes, Impalas, over 460 bird species, changing landscape and vast size, Chobe is, with good cause, very popular; particularly the River Safaris where it’s possible to safely get up close and personal with Hippos and Crocodiles.
Returning to Zambia and the South Luangwa National Park; widely agreed as the best walking safari area in Africa and noted for the high quality of the guides, this area is safari heaven. With high animal density, the chance to get up close to some of Africa’s incredible wildlife is never far away. Less commercial than other resorts, South Luangwa can seem quite remote and off the beaten track and yet retains some of the best safari experiences.
Here is your opportunity to spy the Thornicroft Giraffe a species of Giraffe not found elsewhere as well as the endemic subspecies of light coloured Cookson’s Wildebeast. Day and Night Game drives are possible, and sightings of the Leopards are most likely here.
Prices start from $200 per person per night depending on chosen
accommodation and season (excludes international flights, visas, gratuities, food and drink
and any activities not specified in the itineraries) - view our Itineraries for more details