Day 1 - VICTORIA FALLS
On arrival to Victoria Falls, you are transferred to your hotel / lodge and accommodated in private rooms. In the afternoon you will enjoy the sunset on the majestic river. Dinner and overnight.
In the evening at the garden corner. Here the African nights are illuminated by the distant glitter of the southern constellations.
"Mosi or Tunya", meaning "thunderous smoke" which is the first impression of Victoria Falls, with its deafening roar and the clouds of mist formed by the falls. David Livingstone, canoeing along the Zambesi, from where he could admire the falls crashing onto the rocks below. He named them after the British Queen Victoria, and the island of Kazerula is now called Livingstone Island. The falls lie half in Zambia and half in Zimbabwe, plummetting through the Zambezi Gorge from a height of approximately 110 meters. 1700 meters, and the dense mist rising from the precipe often reach a height of 450 meters. The falls are seen from up to 80 km away.
Day 2 - VICTORIA FALLS
Half board at the hotel. Visit the mythical waterfalls, with the possibility of helicopter ride above the falls, an excursion to the island in the center of the Zambezi, an elephant safari, or simply to shop for some souvenirs at the local craft market.
Southern Cross in enjoying the night sky of the Southern Hemisphere
Day 3 - VICTORIA FALLS / CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
After breakfast you are transferred to Chobe, crossing into Botswana. After arriving at the lodge you are served lunch, followed by your first activity or safari, on the river or in a landrover.
Chobe National Park is located in the northwest of Botswana, near the town of Kasane. It was founded in 1967 and has an area of ???? 10.689 Km2. The park can be divided into four different areas: Serondela area (Serondela area), Savuti pond area (Savuti Marsh area), Linyanti pond and so-called "hinterland" between Linyanti and Savuti. The Chobe Park is renowned for being the largest elephant in Africa (around 120,000 people live in the park).
In the evening, you will be able to once again explore the African night sky.
Day 4 - CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
Full board in the lodge, with morning and afternoon activities of river or land safaris. Southern Cross to sit in the wonder of the southern constellations
Day 5 - CHOBE NATIONAL PARK / OKAVANGO DELTA
After breakfast you have to transfer to the field in the Okavango Delta area. Here you will enjoy full board and activities in this magical Delta.
The Okavango Delta is the second largest interior delta in the world (after the Niger). It is formed by the Okavango River, which originates in Angola, and is fed by numerous tributaries. The river brings about 11 cubic kilolitres of water every year, creating the alluvial plain of 15,000 square kilometers. This is characterized by complex and dynamic channels, lagoons and islands. This extraordinary environment gives life to the desert, allowing for lush flora and fauna to thrive, and inviting many human settlers. The Delta is called home by five different African ethnicities.
Your business will have the opportunity to show you the stars.
Day 6 - OKAVANGO DELTA
On this day you will have full board, with morning and afternoon activities or safaris.
Once again, after dark, you will meet with the Southern Cross, and admire the glory of the African night sky.
Day 7 - OKAVANGO DELTA / NXAI PAN
The great Kalahari desert: the Nxai Pan. This landscape is lunar in appearance. You are accommodated at a campsite with full board and activities or safaris.
The area is well known for its vast population of leaping antelope. The Nxai is adjacent to the Makgadikgadi salt pans, and consists of the territory largely covered by arid ground, dotted by acacia trees and Mopane woods. When the rains arrive, thousands of zebras begin their annual migration, followed by elephants, giraffes, skating antelopes and gnu. This migration attracts many predators, including lions, cheetahs, jackals, spotted hyenas, wild dogs and leopards. There are large numbers of foxes, raptors and reptiles that you may have the rare opportunity of seeing.
Even here, the night will see the emergence of your favorite guide, the Southern Cross, and the display of great beauty that only such to remote African can give.
Day 8 - NXAI PAN
Morning and afternoon activities or safaris.
The ever faithful Southern Cross will present you again the glorious Southern constellations.
Day 9 - NXAI PAN / MAUN / JOHANNESBURG - FLY OUT
After breakfast you are transferred by air taxi to Maun, continuing to Johannesburg. Arrival, and then connection home, with meals, movies and overnight on board.
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