This flying safari is a seamless combination of three of the most diverse and spectacular wildlife areas in Zimbabwe.
Starting in Hwange, Zimbabwe’s foremost national park, which is renowned for its incredible concentrations of wildlife, you continue to Matusadona National Park on the shores of majestic Lake Kariba. You then head to the mighty Zambezi River, adjacent to Mana Pools National Park, famed for its scenery and magnificent wildlife viewing. The journey begins and ends at Victoria Falls, which offers the unforgettable spectacle of nature’s raw power, and one of the world’s great natural wonders.
Arrive Victoria Falls and fly to Hwange National Park
On arrival at Victoria Falls airport fly by scheduled light aircraft to Davison’s Camp in the eastern sector of Hwange National Park for a two-night stay on a fully inclusive basis.
Note: it is possible to upgrade to Little Makalolo in Hwange National Park (at additional cost).
Fly to Lake Kariba and transfer to Changa Safari Camp
Fly by light aircraft to Lake Kariba, where you will be met and transferred by boat (20 minutes) across the lake to Changa Safari Camp for a two night stay on a fully inclusive basis.
Fly to Ruckomechi Camp, Mana Pools National Park
A short flight by scheduled light aircraft to Mana West Airstrip, followed by a short vehicle transfer will take you to Ruckomechi Camp in an idyllic location overlooking the Zambezi River and the imposing Great African Rift Valley.
Fly to Victoria Falls and depart
Fly back to Victoria Falls by scheduled light aircraft (via Lake Kariba and Hwange) in time to connect with your overnight international flight back to the UK via Johannesburg.
You should note: There is so much to see and do in Victoria Falls that we highly recommend adding a night or two here, so you can fully appreciate this natural spectacle. Alternatively it may be possible to fly from Mana Pools National Park to Harare (instead of Victoria Falls) at the end of your trip. Or why not consider extending your stay (at additional cost) to visit the Matobo Hills in Matobo National Park close to Bulawayo, yet another of Zimbabwe’s wonderful highlights?