• Zimbabwe Canoeing Adventure
  • Day 1 - 3

    VICTORIA FALLS / The Elephant Camp

    Upon arrival in Victoria Falls, you are met and transferred to the The Elephant Camp. The camp is situated within a private concession very close to Victoria Falls, and actually has breathtaking views of the Falls' spray, while enjoying the natural beauty of the Masuwe River and Zambezi Gorge. Here you are offered a close interaction with wildlife as you will have an opportunity to meet the Wild Horizons orphaned elephants while in camp. In fact, you are encouraged to spend as much time as you like with these magnificent animals during your time at camp. You can go on picnics accompanied by these elephants or just enjoy watching them frolicking, feeding or swimming in the waterholes of Elephant Camp.
    Day 4 & 5

    MANA POOLS / Zambezi Lifestyles Camp

    Board your charter flight to Zambezi Lifestyles Camp, in Zimbabwe's remote and extremely pristine Mana Pools National Park. Mana Pools National Park lies in Northern Zimbabwe below the mighty Zambezi River. Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site based on it's wildness and beauty, and is synonymous with the mighty Zambezi river, elephants, lions, remoteness and unique wilderness area. The wild child of the Zambezi River offers spectacular landscapes and fantastic opportunities for canoeing safaris: you will be paddling among an abundance of elephant, hippo, lions, antelope, giraffe and other animals, and explore a rich aquatic life under a sky inhabited by fantastic bird species. Enjoy a true wilderness experience on a walking safari, and come face to face with a wide range of large mammals, and over 350 bird species.
    Day 6 & 7


    Take a game drive transfer to Kanga Camp, located in the heart of Mana Pools National Park. Kanga Camp can be best described as 'the old Africa in a new era'. The Kanga Pan is set in the most remote part of the World Heritage site, about 1h drive from the Zambezi river. Kanga Pan area has never been developed and gives you the pure and unspoiled African experience. The area is very diverse and has multiple of open vlei lines, river systems of the Ruckomechi River, and mixed woodland types from mopane woodland to Jesse bushes and riverine forests. Kanga pan is the only known source of water in the area, that is available all year round and makes it a hub for wildlife in the area. The area can be best described as an explorer's paradise especially for walking to untamed areas that are inaccessible by vehicle. The beauty of this area is that you won't encounter anybody else, making it your private Africa.
    Day 8 -10


    On the morning of Day 8 you are flown to Somalisa Camp, set in the heart of Hwange National Park, known as the land of the giants for its big elephant herds. Somalisa is an authentic bush camp, a blend of old African charm and elegance together with an exclusive safari experience. Its stunning location tucked away on an acacia island along the edge of an ancient seasonal flood plain gives it breath taking views of the savannah plains of the famous Kennedy Vlei line. At Somalisa Camp, you experience the heightened romance of the African Bush in one of the most natural environments in Africa. This is the way Africa was meant to be explored. Hwange is legendary for its array of wildlife, including massive herds of elephant and buffalo, especially during the dryer winter months. In summer, antelope migrate onto the plains, with large predators following close behind. Spread throughout the park are shallow pans, around which wildlife gathers, making for reliable game viewing. Elephant, cape buffalo, sable, roan, southern giraffe, blue wildebeest, impala, and sometimes even gemsbok (oryx), can be seen here. This park is one of the best for predators: lion, leopard, and cheetah are regularly sighted, along with the smaller African wildcat, serval, honey badger, civet and spotted hyena. Wild dog, the rarest of African carnivores, survive here in healthy packs that hunt prey as they have from time immemorial. Hwange is one of this highly endangered animal's last strongholds. Birdlife in the area is also prolific, with more than 400 species present, including those that frequent teak woodlands, as well as those more typical of the arid Kalahari. The varied calls of birdsong create a pleasant cacophony during the day. The vast silence of the African night is shattered by the roars of lions and the laughter of hyenas.
    Day 11


    Fly back to Victoria Falls where you depart for your international flight home.

    NOTE:This is just one example of many custom itineraries we can do for you in this diverse country. For additional itinerary options, please contact us