Luxury Wild Africa - Livingstone, Chobe and Delta
Luxury Wild Africa is an adventure into some of the most pristine landscapes in Southern Africa. This is where the wild spirit of the continent enthralls more than the stories have ever told. You will begin in Livingstone, Zambia, and see the marvel of Victoria Falls and enjoy a town reminiscent of a bygone era. You continue to the wilds of Botswana, starting in the land of giants, Chobe National Park, and ending in the Okavango Delta, a remote wonderland of waterways, lagoons and prolific wildlife encounters.
Spend two nights at the Royal Livingstone Hotel in Zambia before moving on to Chobe Game Lodge in Botswana where you will spend two nights. You will then be charter flown to Camp Okavango for the final leg of your Luxury Wild Africa adventure.
- Stay in Africa’s adventure capital, Livingstone, and join in thrilling activities including white river rafting, abseiling and bungee jumping
- Participate in thrilling game viewing activities in the famous Chobe National Park
- Explore the intricate waterways of the lush Okavango Delta on a mokoro
Day 1 - 2: Livingstone
Upon arrival at Livingstone Airport, you will be road transferred to the Royal Livingstone Hotel. Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara is a purely exquisite hotel with polished brass, fine crystal and silver service and has a view of the Victoria Falls across its immaculate grounds. This is the place of spoiling and relaxing, from the Cognacs in the bar to watching zebra as they graze on the lawns. Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara is a hotel of distinguished grace in Africa’s adventure capital. In the day, try white river rafting, abseiling or bungee jumping and at night enjoy a sundowner on the waterside terrace before enjoying a delicious meal and accommodation geared towards peaceful rest. There is a spa and beauty salon, two gyms and a large swimming pool for leisure days at the hotel. Overnight at Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara. [B]
Day 3 - 4: Chobe National Park
After breakfast, you will be road transferred to Chobe Game Lodge in Botswana. Set in Botswana’s game-rich Chobe National Park, Chobe Game Lodge overlooks the Chobe River and Caprivi floodplains and is the only permanent safari lodge in the park. The exclusive suites with private plunge pools and separate lounges are all perfectly set overlooking the river. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to game viewing; there are traditional game drives with qualified guides, river cruises in small boats and sunset cruises down the Chobe River in the double-decker “Mosi-oa-Tunya”. Back at the lodge, the large swimming pool, library, gym and beauty salon have a lot to offer indeed and the stylish Thwene cigar bar, with billiards table, is a popular place to relax at any time of the day. Meals are served on the restaurant terrace and after dinner, feel free to head to the stargazing deck to see starry African skies. Overnight at Chobe Game Lodge. [B, L, D]
Day 5 -6: Okavango Delta
After breakfast, you will be road transferred to Kasane Airport to board your charter flight to Camp Okavango. An enchanting camp set on the beautiful and remote Nxaragha Island in Botswana’s famed Okavango Delta, Camp Okavango promises an unusual African safari experience in the world’s largest delta with its maze of lagoons, lakes and meandering channels. You will stay in customized East African-styled safari tents set on raised teak platforms. The main lodge, with an expansive veranda, is home to the library, lounge and cocktail bar, as well as the dining room. The sundeck with sparkling plunge pool is a great place to escape the heat of the day and the secluded bird-viewing hide set over the watering hole promises close-up wildlife encounters. You can explore the area by mokoro or motorboat, go fishing for bream and tiger fish or opt for guided nature walks to the surrounding islands. Overnight at Camp Okavango. [B, L, D]
After breakfast, you board your charter flight back to Kasane Airport to continue with your onward travel arrangements. [B]
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