General

Visit the legendary Victoria Falls from Chobe. On this day trip guests will explore the mighty Victoria Falls and pass by the big tree (estimated to be 1000 years old) on a guided tour, have lunch at the Rain Forest Café or Mama Africa and later visit the Falls curio market for their shopping.

Vic Falls Day tour itinerary 
8.30AM: Guest are pickled in the morning from Chobe lodges and transferred to Kazungula border for their transfer to Victoria Falls.
10.00AM: Your Victoria Falls day tour begins with a visit to the Big Tree (estimated to be 1000 years old) on your way to the legendary Victoria Falls. Your experienced guide will advise you on the best spots to view the falls, assist you with pictures and educate you on the flora and fauna, the formation of Victoria Falls and the cultures that surround the Victoria Falls.
11.30AM: After the Falls tour you will have opportunity to explore other activities in Victoria Falls. The activities that you can do before your lunch are bridge tours (Bungee, slide, canopy tour, bridge tour etc), helicopter flights over the Falls (coined the Flight of Angels), Croc Farm sanctuary tour, township tour etc. Other activities are at the guest’s expense.
13.00PM: Lunch is served at the finest Victoria Falls Rainforest Cafe set in the Victoria Falls rain forest lush forests. After lunch you will Visit the curio market and other souvenir shops for your shopping.
15.30PM: You depart Victoria Falls and proceed to Kazungula to end you tour or to Victoria Falls Hotel for your high tea. The Victoria Falls Hotel is the only Hotel with view of the Victoria Falls Bridge.



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Chobe National Park

Chobe National ParkChobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana. The 11.700 km² park is world-renowned for its wildlife and its 4 distinct ecosystems: in the north the Chobe Riverfront floodplains and teak forests, in the west the Savuti Marsh and in the north-west the Linyanti-swamps. These three ecosystems are separated by a fourth; Read more

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