Outstanding game viewing, stunning beaches and spectacular Victoria Falls.
Zimbabwe's national parks and reserves offer larger and more varied animal populations than most countries in southern and eastern Africa, and the beaches in Mozambique are some of the best on the east African coast, offering clear blue waters, coral reefs and an array of fishing villages.
Our journey begins in South Africa, where we visit Kruger N.P., one of the largest game parks in Africa, offering a great variety of wildlife and excellent game viewing. We continue into Mozambique, which boasts excellent diving and some of the best cuisine in the region. We visit both Inhambane and Vilanculos, with plenty of time for optional activities, or just to relax in a dhow on the Indian Ocean.
We continue through Zimbabwe, visiting both Matobo N.P., Zimbabwe's oldest national park, with its unusual landscape of round balancing boulders, and Hwange N.P., Zimbabwe's largest and most wildlife-packed park, known for its elephant population. We also stay in the truly unique Antelope Park, which offers opportunities found nowhere else.
This exciting and diverse itinerary finishes in stunning Victoria Falls.
What makes this trip responsible?
Most of the tour is spent camping which reduces our energy consumption for the whole trip. We also source all of the food used while camping locally. Furthermore, whilst camping, the leaders ensure that we minimise impact as much as possible by such things as clearing up camping areas after use.
We pay the mandatory park fees which contribute to conservation of the parks and surrounding areas.
Beach sunset, Mozambique