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Ultimate Africa: Botswana, Zambia & Zimbabwe Safari

Travel Style: For those looking to maximize their sight seeing time. You thrive on a packed day’s schedule from 8 am to 6pm, with some (but limited) free time. Most activities and meals included. Full on
Physical Level: Some walking over short or flat distances. Some trips may include cycling options. Some are wheelchair friendly (check for individual trips). Some cruises. Easy
Lodging Level: 3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards. Comfort (4*)
17 days
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Overview

Highlights (Bullets)

  • Enjoy game drive in Chobe National Park, the second-largest (and first-established) national park in the country.
  • Visitors have experienced the spectacular sighting of a zebra migration
  • Chance to see magnificent elephants, in addition to zebra, Cape buffalo, hippo, and crocodile.
  • See a variety of birdlife, including the vibrantly plumed lilac-breasted roller and the similarly striking pygmy goose (actually a species of duck).
  • See herds of buffalo, sable antelope, kudu, and elephant.
  • Enjoy viewing the greatest diversity of mammals in Zambia, with 55 large mammal species, including six varieties of large cat
  • Enjoying Kafue River views at leisure
  • Outstanding area of African bush country boasts plentiful wildlife
  • Enjoy a walk through Chinotimba township
  • Visit the largest curtain of water in the world

Short Description

Observe elephants in Chobe National Park, visit a remote village, and feel the rumble of Victoria Falls on our #1 adventure, Ultimate Africa: Botswana, Zambia & Zimbabwe Safari. From tented camps to game-viewing drives with our expert, resident Trip Leaders, it’s truly the ultimate experience.

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
Off the beaten track trips will stretch your comfort zone. They don't always feature tourist highlights, but dive deeper into local life and culture.
Itinerary Focus Off the Beaten Path
3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards.
Lodging Level Comfort (4*)
Flight & Transport Inclusions Roundtrip air to/from trip start & all internal transport
Start City Chobe
End City Victoria Falls

Itinerary

DAY 1
Depart U.S.
Trip Extension: Thornybush
Spot wildlife in a private reserve that is home to all of Africa's "Big Five" on this extension.
You depart from the U.S. on an overnight flight to Johannesburg, South Africa.

DAY 2
Arrive Johannesburg, South Africa
Accommodations: Protea Hotel O.R. Tambo or similar
Today, arrive in Johannesburg, South Africa. You will be met and transferred to your hotel for an overnight stay. Here, you'll be joined by those who traveled on our optional Thornybush: Kruger's Northern Gateway extension.

DAY 3
Fly from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls • Transfer to Chobe National Park
Meals included: B D Accommodations: Baobab Safari Lodge or similar

This morning, we’ll fly to Victoria Falls, arriving early afternoon.

We meet our Trip Leader at the Victoria Falls airport, and we drive across the border to our lodge in Botswana. After a briefing on our upcoming explorations, we'll enjoy a Welcome Drink and later, mingle with your travel companions at our Welcome Dinner.

DAY 4
Wildlife viewing at Chobe National Park
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Baobab Safari Lodge or similar

The next two days are devoted to seeking out game in Chobe National Park, the second-largest (and first-established) national park in the country.

Chobe National Park is home to one of the world's largest elephant populations—the present herd is estimated at 50,000 animals. This enormous region offers variety in both wildlife and terrain. Riverine forest, flood plains, and mopane are home to large and small game. Elephants gather around baobab trees, drawn by the water stored in their bark.

During the dry season, the Chobe River attracts so much game that thousands of animals may congregate on its banks, and hippo are submerged in its waters. Some visitors have experienced the spectacular sighting of a zebra migration. Large groups of giraffe amble about the land, and hyena, cheetah, leopard, and wildebeest may also be glimpsed in this thickly populated habitat. The birdlife here is spectacular, ranging from eagles and bustards to plovers and rollers, and bee-eaters bustle near their sandbank nests. There are also water birds, such as egret, ibis, and heron, along the river.

The pace of most of our African safari days follows this general pattern: After our morning game-viewing, we will spend siesta time quietly during the heat of the day, followed by teatime in the late afternoon. Next we head out for our afternoon game-viewing drive. In the evenings, just before sunset, we gather to soak in the views of the golden sun sinking behind a nearby watering hole. We then sit down to enjoy dinner together by candlelight.

Today, we explore the Chobe National Park on morning and afternoon game-viewing drives, return to the lodge in time for afternoon tea, and then, after sundown, we have dinner at our lodge.

DAY 5
Explore Chobe National Park
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Baobab Safari Lodge or similar

Our safari schedule in Chobe today features a full-day game-viewing drive in Chobe National Park—which has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent and is sure to be a highlight of our safari adventure. During a full day of game-viewing in the park, we’ll spot some of these magnificent elephants, in addition to zebra, Cape buffalo, hippo, and crocodile. We will be out in our vehicles during lunchtime, so we will take along a picnic lunch.

Dinner tonight is a traditional South African braai, similar to our barbecue but more closely connected to the outdoor life, culture, and laid-back lifestyle of southern Africans. We’ll cap off the day with a relaxing sundowner with our fellow travelers.

DAY 6
Fly to Okavango Delta via Kasane
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Wilderness Tented Camp or similar

This morning, we'll enjoy a discussion with your Trip Leader on the region's history before boarding a minibus that takes us to Kasane, Botswana. From here, we catch a light aircraft flight to our camp in Botswana.

Our lodge is a private Wilderness Tented Camp adjacent to the border of the Moremi National Park in the northern region of the Delta. Upon arrival, we enjoy a game-viewing drive en route to our camp, where we'll have a briefing about the lodge and the surrounding area, along with an included lunch.

Afterward, you are free to relax at our lodgings before we gather together for a game-viewing drive before returning for dinner.

DAY 7
Explore Okavango Delta • Moremi area
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Wilderness Tented Camp or similar

We devote the next two days to in-depth exploration of the Okavango Delta. Each morning, we split into groups and choose from a variety of options for exploring the area: including a mokoro canoe ride (weather-permitting), or a game-viewing drive.

In the Delta, we'll see a variety of birdlife, including the vibrantly plumed lilac-breasted roller and the similarly striking pygmy goose (actually a species of duck). The elusive Pel's fishing owl, though nocturnal, can sometimes be spotted here during the day. Hippos spend the days submerged in the Delta waters, and sitatunga and red lechwe frequent both the swamps and dry land.

While on land, we are likely to see herds of buffalo, sable antelope, kudu, and elephant.

We return to the lodge in time for lunch, and enjoy our afternoon tea before departing on our next game-viewing excursion, returning to the lodge after sundown for dinner.

Please note: Mokoro excursions are dependent on safety and water levels, which fluctuate constantly in the Delta, regardless of the season. When you arrive in the Delta, your Trip Leader will monitor conditions and advise you of whether it's possible to explore by mokoro.

DAY 8
Explore Okavango Delta
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Wilderness Tented Camp or similar

Today, we continue to explore the Okavango Delta. We'll again split into groups and explore the area by mokoro on the Delta (if conditions permit), or enjoy a game-viewing drive in the neighboring savannah.

DAY 9
Fly to Kasane • Transfer to Kafue, Zambia
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Lufupa Tented Camp or similar

This morning, after an early breakfast, we fly by light aircraft from the Okavango Delta to Kasane Airport. We then travel by road and boat to Livingstone, where we'll take a light aircraft transfer to Lufupa Tented Camp in Kafue National Park this afternoon. One of Zambia’s most impressive parks, Kafue is one of the first to join an initiative to link the national parks of five African countries into what will eventually become a 108,000-square-mile park, to be known as the Kvango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (also the Okavango-Upper Zambezi TFCA).

After we settle in and enjoy afternoon tea in the cool of the shade of jackalberry trees, we enjoy our first game-viewing excursion by boat or 4x4 vehicle late this afternoon.

Kafue boasts a distinction that we’ll appreciate on our game-viewing drives: It is home to the greatest diversity of mammals in Zambia, with 55 large mammal species, including six varieties of large cat and 20 hooved species. Leopard and lion prowl the area around the Lufupa Channel in search of warthog, hartebeest, and the elegant puku, an antelope found only in Zambia and the Congo. Elephants gather here by day, while hippo venture out at twilight. Our guide will help us to spot these animals as we explore the park.

We return to camp in time for dinner. Our campsite is situated in the northern section of the park along the banks of the Kafue River, one of the three rivers nourishing the park. From the decks of our safari-style tented rooms, we can view the slow-moving river and the wildlife that it attracts. After dinner, we gather around the campfire to compare notes on the animals we saw today.

DAY 10
Explore Kafue National Park
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Lufupa Tented Camp or similar

Today, we’ll enjoy two game-viewing excursions by boat or safari vehicle during the most temperate hours—early morning and late afternoon—when the wildlife is at its most active. In addition to the mammal species such as graceful giraffes, Kafue boasts nearly 500 species of bird, including the yellow-billed oxpecker, trumpeter hornbill, and grey crowned crane. Along the rivers that feed the park, we might also encounter the white-backed night heron, African finfoot, or saddle-billed stork.

Between wildlife excursions, you may choose to linger at camp, enjoying Kafue River views at leisure, or elect to join our Trip Leader on a nature walk around the camp.

We gather for dinner this evening around the campfire.

DAY 11
Explore Kafue National Park
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Lufupa Tented Camp or similar

Two more game-viewing excursions await you this morning and afternoon, as you explore the outer reaches of the park by boat or safari vehicle. It’s impossible to exhaust the discoveries at Kafue, one of the continent’s largest national parks—at 8,600 square miles, it is roughly the size of the entire state of New Jersey. Kafue’s habitats span riverine forests, floodplains, woodlands, and dambos (open grasslands). There will also be opportunities to fish along the banks, as well as a sundowner cruise in the afternoon.

We gather for dinner and a campfire tonight, swapping memories of all we’ve encountered on our explorations in this truly stunning locale.

DAY 12
Kafue National Park • Transfer to Hwange, Zimbabwe
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Kashawe Tented Camp or similar

This morning, after an early breakfast, we enjoy a final game-viewing drive in the region during our transfer overland to the airstrip for our chartered flight to Livingstone Airport. From here, we board a minibus that takes us to Victoria Falls, the departure point for our drive to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe's largest park.

This outstanding area of African bush country boasts plentiful wildlife—yet remains relatively "undiscovered." Our camp is located in the northern section of Hwange National Park and each tented unit offers views of the Sinamatella River and surrounding hillside from the veranda. We'll have lunch en route to our camp, arriving in the early afternoon.

Hwange is home to many diverse habitats, from teak forests to palm islands to vast savannah plains. Likewise, you may behold a rich menagerie of game that can include elephant, buffalo, eland, wildebeest, impala, lion, leopard, cheetah, and more than 400 known bird species. The park is also known for its herds of sable antelope, an elegant animal with large, graceful horns.

In the late afternoon, we gather to enjoy a talk regarding the local culture before dinner.

DAY 13
Wildlife viewing in Hwange National Park
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Kashawe Tented Camp or similar

This morning, we'll have the opportunity to enjoy a game-viewing drive with one of our professional guides. During this drive, you will learn about the region's flora and the intricate cycle of life in the bush. We will learn to identify which animals have passed through the area. Our expert guides may also expound on everything from how elephant dung can be used as mosquito repellent, to how the giraffe is able to eat leaves off of the thorny acacia trees. During our drive, we’ll stop to enjoy lunch in the bush.

After our game-viewing drive, we’ll return to our camp for some time at leisure. Tonight, we’ll experience traditional African drumming, followed by dinner together.

DAY 14
A Day in the Life of a Hwange Community • Game viewing FOUNDATION VISIT
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Kashawe Tented Camp or similar

A Day in the Life
Work side-by-side with locals to find fresh water and prepare sadza (porridge) in a Hwange village.
Today, we'll take a break from game viewing to learn more about Zimbabwe's human residents as we enjoy A Day in the Life of a village near the park. We'll meet a village leader, who takes us on a short tour that reveals how local people live, tend to their animals, and raise their crops. We'll learn a few words in the language of the local Ndebele people, before sitting down with a family to gain insight into their culture first-hand. We'll also have an opportunity for hands-on discovery when we take part in some farming activities (season permitting)—like planting, milking cows, and collecting eggs. Then, we'll visit St. Mary's Primary school (when in session), which is supported in part by Grand Circle Foundation. We have the unique opportunity to meet the teachers and share smiles with the children, and enjoy an included lunch at the school.

As on previous days, we enjoy a game-viewing drive in the afternoon and return to our camp after sunset.

DAY 15
Transfer to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Rainbow Hotel or similar

After breakfast, we depart our camp and drive to Victoria Falls. Here we visit the largest curtain of water in the world—and one of the world's Seven Natural Wonders. These awe-inspiring cataracts, whose African name (Mosi-oa Tunya) means "the smoke that thunders," are nearly twice as high as Niagara, one and a half times as wide, and generate three times as much water. On a clear day, you can see the mist sprayed into the air from these crashing waters from more than 50 miles away. At peak flood times, 1.4 billion gallons of water per minute pass over its edge.

After lunch, we'll enjoy a guided tour which includes exploring walking trails and lookout points—each with different views. There are five main cataracts, including the most dramatic, the Main Falls and Devil's Cataract. The flora around the falls is naturally profuse: You'll see ebony, fig trees, and many flowering species. The rain forest surrounding the falls is particularly lush, fed by Victoria's perpetual spray. (It's a good idea to wrap your camera equipment, cash, and other valuables in plastic.)

This evening enjoy dinner at our hotel.

DAY 16
Explore Victoria Falls • Optional tours OPTIONAL TOUR
Meals included: B L D Accommodations: Rainbow Hotel or similar

After breakfast, enjoy a walk through Chinotimba township, where we can observe everyday life in the neighborhood that is home to the majority of people living around Victoria Falls. Then, after lunch back at our hotel, you can join a combination of optional tours including an elephantback safari or helicopter ride over Victoria Falls. Or, you can walk through town on your own to check out the local handcrafts, such as the famous Shona stone carvings and a variety of wooden carvings. You'll also find a selection of brilliant African textiles, malachite, basketry, and more. This is one of the places where bartering is appropriate, often expected—and can be great fun. American goods like T-shirts, sweatshirts, and baseball caps with designer logos can be good “currency” here. Please ask your Trip Leader for advice about where else it may be appropriate to barter in this manner. This evening, we'll enjoy our Farewell Dinner while cruising along the Zambezi River.

DAY 17
Fly to Johannesburg • Return to U.S. or begin trip extension
Meals included: B

Trip Extension: Cape Town
Ascend Cape Town's Table Mountain and spot penguin colonies on this must-do extension.
After breakfast this morning, we’ll gather for a talk on the life of David Livingstone before we drive to the airport and board our flight to Johannesburg. Both the flight for the post-trip extension Cape Town & the Cape of Good Hope and the return flights to the U.S. depart in the early evening.

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I went to this adventure with my sister-in-law and we had the absolute best time! Our guide were all amazing and our trip leader Martin was exceptional! My sister-i-law had a fall the day we were to meet our group and Martin helped us navigate the urgent care, got her stitched up and stayed by our side until she was tucked into our room. What a waRead more about review stating My favorite OAT adventurey to meet your trip leader but also we knew we were set up with a caring and kind man from the start! This was a truly unique adventure with large cities and also the most serene scenery on earth!
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We thoroughly enjoyed our trip led by a fantastic leader - Pum from Thailand. He was an excellent mentor for all of the local guides and allowed them to lead in their respective countries and stepped in only if something was not right.
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Roundtrip air to/from trip start & all internal transport

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Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 27

Accomodations

Protea Hotel O.R. Tambo
Johannesburg, South Africa

Due to its proximity to O.R. Tambo Airport, the design of the hotel is inspired by an aircraft hangar, with a stylized industrial look that playfully incorporates elements of airplanes into the decor. Located in the Johannesburg suburb of Kempton Park, the hotel offers a shuttle to the nearby metro station and has a pool, bar, restaurant, and health club for your enjoyment. Each of the 213 air-conditioned rooms features satellite TV, wireless high-speed Internet, a safe, coffee- and tea-making facilities and private bath.

Baobab Safari Lodge
Chobe National Park, Botswana

In Chobe National Park, we spend three nights at the intimate Baobab Safari Lodge, a 30-minute drive from Kasane. Its location just outside the park gives us more time to spend on game-viewing drives. Recently renovated, the open-air lodge overlooks the Chobe River. In the evening, the dining room and bar are perfect spots to view the sun setting over the river. We’ll stay in eight comfortable bungalows, each with two beds.

Wilderness Tented Camp
Okavango Delta, Botswana

In the Okavango Delta, near Moremi National Park, we stay at our private tented camp. The camp’s excellent location within a private reserve offers both water and land activities. (Water activities are seasonal and dependent on water levels.) Here you’ll find eight large walk-in tents with hot and cold running water, toilets, and showers.

Lufupa Tented Camp
Kafue National Park, Zambia

Located in the northern section of Zambia’s Kafue National Park, Lufupa Tented Camp sits along the banks of the slow-moving Kafue River. All nine tents feature two beds and en suite facilities. We enjoy river views from our rooms and the dining area. A small plunge pool and riverside campfire add to the charms of this unique lodging.

Kashawe Tented Camp
Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Situated in the northern Sinamatella section of Hwange National Park, our new campsite offers panoramic views of the area, as well as unique birding and game-viewing opportunities. Each of the 16 tents features an en suite shower, toilet, and verandah overlooking the Sinamatella River and hillside. The camp also features a lounge and fine dining area.

Rainbow Hotel
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The Rainbow Hotel is situated less than a mile from Victoria Falls and just a short walk from the town center. The hotel offers an on-site restaurant with a live marimba band, and 88 rooms with coffee- and tea-making facilities, air-conditioning, and private balconies. The hotel also has a pool with a bar, a barbecue pit, and a rooftop bar with views of Victoria Falls.
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Protea Hotel O.R. Tambo
Johannesburg, South Africa

Due to its proximity to O.R. Tambo Airport, the design of the hotel is inspired by an aircraft hangar, with a stylized industrial look that playfully incorporates elements of airplanes into the decor. Located in the Johannesburg suburb of Kempton Park, the hotel offers a shuttle to the nearby metro station and has a pool, bar, restaurant, and health club for your enjoyment. Each of the 213 air-conditioned rooms features satellite TV, wireless high-speed Internet, a safe, coffee- and tea-making facilities and private bath.

Jackalberry Lodge
Thornybush Game Reserve, South Africa

Located within Thornybush Game Reserve, Jackalberry Lodge provides spectacular views of the Drakensberg Mountains and is ideal for big game viewing. Each room is decorated with rustic South African touches and comes with air conditioning, a private patio, a tea and coffee station, mosquito nets, and a safe. On-site amenities include a swimming pool, library, curio shop, and an open-air dining area.

Inn on the Square
Cape Town, South Africa

This hotel sits on Cape Town’s popular and historic Green Market Square, in the Central Business District. Here, you’ll find stalls selling handmade goods, from art to clothing, as well as nearby cafes and restaurants. You may also choose to relax in the hotel’s rooftop pool or on-site restaurant. Each of the 165 air-conditioned rooms comes equipped with safe, hair dryer, satellite TV, telephone, and coffee- and tea-making facilities.

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