DAY 1 WELCOME TO VICTORIA FALLS
You’ll be welcomed at the Victoria Falls Airport by your Land Rover Experience representative who’ll transfer you to your hotel in the small tourist town of Victoria Falls. Once you’ve checked in, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the town and enjoy some of the sights and sounds.
DAY 2 & 3 ZIMBABWE – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK
We’ll head into the Hwange National Park and continue on an extended safari drive down to the area around Deteema Dam. We’ll check-in at our wonderfully comfortable lodge and enjoy a late afternoon safari drive in an open viewing vehicle followed by an amazingly relaxed evening in this beautiful part of Africa.
DAY 4 BOTSWANA – ELEPHANT SANDS
We head for the border post into Zimbabwe at Pandamatenga. Once through the border, the road becomes a dirt track and we pass through many beautiful areas where wildlife abounds until we reach our accommodation for the evening. The lodge is an amazing resort which elephants call home and travel far and wide to enjoy a drink at the waterhole provided by the camp.
DAY 5 BOTSWANA – OKAVANGO DELTA
We’ll reach the Khwai Concession area with our next beautiful highlight. Khwai is a small village on the north bank of the Khwai River in northwest Botswana. The area consists of sprawling grasslands, mopane and alluvial forests and flood plains covered with a blanket of blue and white water lilies. This night, we camp in the wilds of Africa.
DAY 6 BOTSWANA – OKAVANGO DELTA
Another day in the Khwai region. The camp offers numerous water or land based activities. In the north, you’ll find the dry areas of Savute. In the south, the lush vegetation of the Khwai region with numerous deep waterholes. Alternatively, you can relax and have a break in your idyllic tented accommodation.
DAY 7 MOREMI GAME RESERVE – MAUN
We leave the Moremi Game Reserve. Before that you have more time to discover the flora and fauna again. We’ll drive over sand tracks and, depending on the water level in the delta, also through fords. We pass the South Gate and drive over gravel roads towards Maun, the “tourism capital” of Botswana. We end our trip together celebrating with a farewell dinner. Accommodation is in a lodge close to Maun.