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If you've been looking for a typical African adventure, you've come to the right place, because Wild Voyager provides the best Botswana and Victoria Falls Safari to meet all your expectations and much more. One of the most fun-packed Victoria Falls and Botswana packages, this tour will take you on a beautiful journey that you'll never forget.
Botswana has so much to offer that it becomes difficult to make a list of it in a finite number of words. Its vast wilderness, diversity in wildlife and landscapes, and well-preserved ecological balance- all of these combine to give you the perfect Victoria Falls Botswana tour.
The Victoria Falls is a gushing waterfall that can be seen from far-off. An entire rainforest thrives on the mist given off by the majestic Victoria Falls, the glory of which precedes it.
Chobe National Park is riddled with quintessential African wildlife- wildebeests, zebras, buffaloes, hippos, giraffes, elephants, hyaenas, and of course, the African big cats- leopards, lions, and cheetahs.
Your trip from Victoria Falls to Chobe will be an interesting one.
|Days 1 - 2||
Arrival and visit to the Victoria Falls
You'll arrive at the airport and will be transferred to your accommodation for these two nights. The trip takes an exciting turn on the very first day itself! You'll visit the Victoria Falls and witness the sheer force with which the waters flow downwards. Even the spray or mist from these waters are visible in the nearby areas. There's a rainforest adjacent to the falls, and it inhabits a diverse flora and fauna. You can walk around the Victoria Falls town as it is a prime tourist attraction spot and a dynamic commercial hub.
|Days 3 - 4||
Explore the Chobe national Park at length
Chobe National Park is an epicenter of wildlife and lush greenery. This is mostly because of the Chobe River, which acts as the primary watering hole for wildlife. Staying at Chobe for two nights will give you plenty of enviable opportunities of catching the wild animals come out of the wilderness and play, frolic, and soak themselves in the Chobe River. The best time to visit Chobe National Park is between May to October. The wildlife at Chobe National Park includes herds and herds of elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, hippos, hyaenas, zebras and the occasional wildebeests or wild dogs. You might even spot the infamous Big Cats - lions, leopards, and cheetahs on one of your many game drives around the area. Catch the sky changing hues at sunrise and sunset, and watch these hues reflect on the water of Chobe River, casting a beautiful glow. A boat ride is a perfect way to delve deep into the heart of Chobe and view it from a different perspective. Feel free to click photographs and take them home to brag!
|Days 5 - 6||
A visit to the Okavango Delta
This magical wonderland forms a balanced wetland system, surrounded by lagoons, islands, and greenery. It is a maze of various connecting waterways and supports a diverse range of flora and fauna. You might even catch a herd of adorable elephants drinking from this water body. Situated at the heart of the Kalahari basin- the largest continuous stretch of sand in the entire world, Okavango Delta also breaks records by being the largest inland delta. While white rhino and black rhino are a rare sight, you might get to witness leopards, lions, wild dogs, giraffes, zebras, hippos and buffalos in their natural habitat. You won't just visit Okavango Delta. Rather, you'll watch the magic unfold in the form of bushwalks and several game drives. You will even get the mind-blowing opportunity to ride a helicopter! Isn't that just the cherry on top of this incredible African sundae
After six days of non-stop thrill and adventure, you'll be transferred to the airport for your departure. You may take some souvenirs along if you like.
Not a lot of people get the opportunity to travel the world and witness Nature at its best. You will have so much fun at this tour, you'll miss it dearly when you're home. Make the best of your time here and bid Botswana a happy adieu!