Mosi-oa-Tunya: “the smoke that thunders.” This is the name given to Victoria Falls, the largest waterfall on the planet and one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. Get a bird's eye view of this landmark with a helicopter ride over the falls. Cruise and canoe down the Zambezi river, dine on local Zimbabwean cuisine, and glimpse the 355 foot falls (108 meters) from the very top on Livingstone Island.
After your time in Victoria Falls, you'll explore the wilderness of Botswana, Lonely Planet’s top travel destination for 2016. Journey through unique ecosystems, each with its own distinct animal, birds, and plant life. Along the way you'll have an expert safari guide there to explain wildlife behaviors, tracks & trails, as well as help you to navigate the country's world famous Okavango Delta. Botswana offers outstanding support for conservation, and the country's model of low volume tourism means you have the wilderness to yourself.
Enjoy sunset views of bathing elephants along the banks of the Chobe River. View the coveted “Big 5” in the Moremi Game Reserve, now home to reintroduced populations of endangered rhinos. Speed through the serpentine channels of the Okavango Delta on a motor boat, glide through shallow waters on a Mokoro canoe, and track wildlife on foot through the delta's islands. Watch lions and other predators stalk the enormous herds of zebra and wildebeest at the watering holes on the Boteti River in Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge - Victoria Falls
Chobe Game Lodge - Chobe National Park
Savute Safari Lodge - Chobe National Park
Camp Moremi - Moremi Game Reserve
Camp Okavango - Okavango Delta
Leroo La Tau - Makgadikgadi Pans Natl Park