Combine three of southern Africa’s most fruitful wildlife areas on this upmarket flying safari to Hwange and Mana Pools in Zimbabwe, and the vastness of the Kafue in western Zambia.
Staying on an ecologically diverse concession within Hwange National Park virtually guarantees fantastic sightings year round, including a multitude of elephant. In the Zambezi Valley the varied habitats of Mana Pools range from woodland and floodplain to the Rift Valley escarpment, providing rich sightings of mammals and birdlife.
The seasonally-inundated grasslands of Zambia's Busanga Plains, dotted with tree-islands, offer concentrations of plains game including rarer antelope such as roan and oribi, plus a high density of lion.
Arrive Victoria Falls and fly to Little Makalolo Camp, Hwange National Park
Fly to Ruckomechi Camp, Mana Pools National Park
Fly by scheduled light aircraft from Hwange to Mana Pools in the Lower Zambezi, for a three-night stay at Ruckomechi Camp on a fully inclusive basis.
Transfer by boat, road and air to Shumba Camp, Kafue National Park, Zambia
Early morning departure by boat to Chirundu on the Zambian border – a scenic trip of around one hour – followed by a four hour drive to Lusaka. Scheduled flight by light aircraft to the Busanga Plains area of Kafue National Park, for a three-night stay at Shumba Camp on a fully inclusive basis.
Fly to Toka Leya Camp, Livingstone
Fly by scheduled light aircraft flight to Livingstone. On arrival, transfer the short distance by road to overnight accommodation at Toka Leya Camp in Mosi-oa-Tuna National Park on the outskirts of town on a fully inclusive basis.
Transfer by road back to Livingstone airport and depart