Day 1 - 3 Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park
Spend 3 nights at The Hide Safari Camp with day and night game drives, bush walks, treehouse sleepouts and best of all, observing wildlife close-up in The Hide’s underground bunker. The park, largest in the country, has an abundance of wildlife such as lion, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, buffalo plus the rare gemsbok and brown hyena.
Day 4 - 6 Hwange National Park to Lake Kariba
Fly to the Matusadona National Park. Lake Kariba is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world, extending 280 kms and covering 5,000 sq kms. Motorised boat excursions give guests an enthralling experience, watching elephants at play within metres of the boat, while herds of buffalo and graceful impala, zebra and water buck forage placidly on the plains. Lake Kariba also offers fishing the “athletic” tiger fish, catfish and bream. Stay in tented luxury for two nights at Changa Safari Camp.
Days 7 - 9 Lake Kariba to Mana Pools
A short flight to World Heritage Mana Pools, the most remote and least developed safari park in the country. Located on the Zambezi River, it offers exceptional walking and canoeing safaris as wildlife can be viewed only metres away. Stay for 3 nights at exclusive John's Camp has just 6 tents set in a truly natural wilderness.
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Encounters at Lake Kariba’s water’s edge make for exciting game viewing
Experience a broad range of wildlife on this fabulous fly-in safari to a combination of three of Zimbabwe’s best national parks: Hwange; Lake Kariba in the Matusadona and UNESCO World Heritage Mana Pools. The Hide in Hwange, Changa at Lake Kariba and John’s Camp in Mana Pools are partners of the Classic Safari Camps of Africa which pride themselves in upholding the traditions of ‘Africa of Old’. They offer genuine hospitality and an intimate knowledge of Africa’s environment. They are dedicated to conservation and the involvement of local communities sharing and conserving the spirit of Africa.