3 Day Hwange Tour
Victoria Falls to Okavango
Hwange to Matopos
Hwange Okavango Moremi
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Day 1 - Hwange to Victoria Falls

Your Guide Guides will pick you up from your Hotel and embark on our journey to Hwange National   park. One the way we will stopover at the Wild dog Rehabilitation Center.  Painted Dogs, also known as African Wild Dogs are unique to Africa and they are among this continent's most endangered species. It is estimated that less than 3000 remain in the wild. The Painted Dog population in Zimbabwe is one of the last strongholds of the species and we are committed to their conservation. Our conservation methods and our work with the local communities are beginning to have a positive effect on the outlook of the painted Dog species. Late afternoon will be spent on a game drive in the Park.

Day 2 - Hwange National Park

One of the most recognized and renowned true ´hidden but not forgotten gems` of Africa’s safari territory, named after a local Nhanzwa chief, Hwange is by far the largest National Park in Zimbabwe  and overall the tenth largest National Park in  Africa. Covering more than 14,600 square kilometers (5,863 square miles) or 1,460,000 hectares it has more than 100 animals species than any other parks in the country, and 400 different species of birds. We spend our time on a Full-Day game drive starting by the time the gates open.

Day 3 - Bulawayo

Leaving Hwange, we drive to Bulawayo known as the city of kings, where we expect to arrive around lunch. From a tourist point of view, Bulawayo has a lot to offer, either from within itself or around it. Bulawayo is located within the vicinity of Hwange National Park, The Victoria Falls (one of the wonders of the world), Khami Ruins, The Matobo Hills (where Cecil John Rhodes and as well as King Mzilikazi are buried) and Matobo National Park.

Day 4 - Matopos

The Matobo Hills are a profusion of distinctive granite landforms, densely packed into a comparatively tight area, which rises up to form a sea of hills. The landforms have resulted from the varied composition and alignment of the granite rocks, which responded differently to millions of years of weathering. These extraordinary granite rock formations have exerted a strong presence over the whole area – both in natural and cultural terms. Our day is spent on exploring in a open 4x4 game drive vehicle giving us more chances of seeing rock formations Bushman paintings, Cecil John Rhodes’s Grave and the resident White Rhinos

Day 5 - Victoria Falls

Leaving the city of Kings we head back to Victoria Falls (Mosi oa Tunya) - The Smoke That Thunders, which is the highlight of the African safari. From the main road, 10kms away, a cloud of mist and spray can be seen against the blue sky. As you get closer, a low rumble like thunder can be heard. When you arrive it is a surprise to discover the enormity of Victoria Falls. One mile wide and hurling over 5 million cubic metres of water a minute into the Zambezi Gorge this is the setting for the most adrenaline fuelled grade 5 white water rafting in the world. Flight of Angels - a great way to get a birds eye view of the falls in a light aircraft or helicopter, Sunset Boat Cruises or a more sedate Canoe trip, to the adrenaline packed Gorge Swing, Abseil or a chance to experience one of the highest commercial Bungee Jumps in the world - a perfect way to end your African experience.


Our tour ends here today after breakfast.

We hope all of you guys had a great African experience.

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