Chobe Day Tour l Livingstone Tour l Victoria Falls Tour
Chobe is a unique wonderland full of mystery, endless diversity and game in abundance.Clients are collected in the morning and transported to the border post, then across the mighty Zambezi heading to where the borders of Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana meet in the middle of the river. The meeting of four countries is one of only two places on the globe where this is possible. At Kasane, Botswana, clients commence a river cruise down the Chobe River. This riverfront area is renowned for its large herds of elephant, buffalo, variety of antelope, hippo, crocodile and a myriad of birds.The afternoon includes a scenic wilderness game drive in Chobe National Park with a return to Livingstone by Sunset.
The town of Livingstone was moved from Old Drift in 1905 when it was decided that a location on Constitution Hill would be healthier than one on the river.
The town was carefully planned with wide streets, avenues of beautiful trees, buildings with high ceilings and mosquito netted verandahs.The Livingstone Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of memorabilia of David Livingstone and the Railway Museum has a collection of locomotives. Maramba market is a bustling colourful market where the local Zambians come to shop. The market sells everything from fruit and vegetables to second hand clothes and bright chitenge (local fabric). Curios are available from another market situated in a small park in the centre of town. Length of tour depends on clients request, between 1 and 3 hours. A knowledgeable guide will accompany the tour. Transfers to and from The Waterfront are included in the price.
A natural phenomenon and one of the seven natural Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls is an immense curtain of water cascading over 100m. Around 550 million litres over the lip every minute, at peak flow this increases to 750 million litres. Around the Falls is rainforest sustained by the spray of the Falls with some plant species rarely found elsewhere in Zambia or Zimbabwe. During peak flow (January to June) the Zambian side of the Falls is the most spectacular and there are walkways to look out points and across the swaying Knife Edge bridge. A guide will accompany clients· During high water visitors can get wet at the Falls, raincoats are advisable (available for hire) and cameras should be sealed in plastic bags. Transfers to/from The Waterfront are included in the price. National Park fees are included in the price.