Botswana and Zimbabwe- the perfect combination
Botswana and Zimbabwe are two heavyweights of the safari world both packing a punch in their attractions. The two countries are easily combined due to their proximity to one another and doing so has many benefits.
- Stretch your or your clients budget as lodges in Zimbabwe are generally less expensive!
- See varied habitats and therefore a variety of animal and bird species. Variety is the spice of life and this will keep your safari interesting.
- Varied activities- Botswana is known for game drives and mokoro rides in the Delta, Zimbabwe for its great bush walks especially in Mana Pools and Hwange.
Zimbabwe- exclusive authentic & rugged safari
Zimbabwe boasts the mighty Victoria Falls known locally as “the Smoke that Thunders”, the dry habitat of Hwange National Park with its abundant elephant and predator numbers and the stunning Zambezi Valley with high game numbers and the spectacular backdrop of the escarpment.
Main Destinations: Mana Pools, Hwange National Park, Matobo National Park, Victoria Falls and Lake Kariba.
Terrain: Zimbabwe is classic dry savannah – think flat plains and golden grass. Mana Pools and Victoria Falls lie on the Zambezi River resulting in thick woodlands.
Botswana- traditional big game wildlife safari
Botswana doesn’t hold back either with the waterways of the Okavango Delta drawing wildlife in high numbers, the harsh beauty of the Kalahari or the Makgadikgadi and the easily accessible and elephant-rich Chobe National Park.
Main Destinations: Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Nxai Pan National Park, Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park.
Terrain: mostly semi-desert, but also home to the world’s largest inland delta the Okavango Delta a watery wilderness best explored by boat and vehicle, savannah area around the Chobe River.