Hwange and Vic Falls In-Style: Safari Overview
This 6 night safari combines a remote safari experience in Hwange National Park with one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls. Start off with an immersive wildlife experience at Bumbusi Wilderness Camp where you will track the Big Five on foot and by safari vehicle and have a chance to see how the first inhabitants of Hwange lived thousands of years ago. This unspoiled wilderness area is home to a charming safari camp built under a shade of evergreen hardwood trees, a magnate for elephants and an oasis all year round. After 4 nights of exploring Hwange National Park you will be transferred to the an intimate camp set on the banks of the Zambezi River, just upstream from Victoria Falls. The remote location on the river and barefoot luxury styled camp makes this a haven perfectly suited to the end of a safari. The short boat ride away from Victoria Falls means you can experience the activities in and around the Falls while still being able to take in the luxury and tranquillity of a Zambezi River Experience.
Quick facts about the Hwange & Vic falls Safari
A brief overview of what to expecton this package:
March – December
2 safari camps
Hwange & Zambezi NP
Hwange and Vic Falls In-Style: Suggested Travel Route
See our advised travel route below: (The order can be reversed if needed)
3 reasons you should choose this safari package
Highlights from this 6 night Vic Falls and Hwange in Style safari include
A ‘Barefoot’ Luxury Experience
Mpala Jena offers a luxurious safari experience on the banks of the Zambezi. Rver based activies are on offer depending on the water levels.
An Evergreen Oasis
Unlike most of the drier and sandveld based camps, Bumbusi is always an oasis thanks to the evergreen trees and perennial springs.
Easy access to Victoria Falls
Located in a private concession in Zambezi National Park Easy access to the iconic Victoria Falls
Bumbusi Wilderness Camp is nestled in an oasis of mature trees and shade which, bolstered by the waterhole and natural pool, makes for a wildlife magnet, especially in the dry season. The stone and thatch chalets all look out onto the lawns and water and compliment the incredible geology of this reclaimed wilderness. Expect hot soaking showers, a cool pool to soak in after a beautiful walking safari, cosy beds and great coffee and meals around the fire! A true safari experience.
Mpala Jena Camp is located on a private concession within the Zambezi National Park. The camp is named after the natural spring-line, Mpala Jena, which runs through the centre of the concession, and which attracts an abundance of wildlife throughout the year, particularly during the drier months. Mpala Jena overlooks a beautiful stretch of the Zambezi River shoreline. There are three guest tents and two family tents, all positioned under the dappled shade of a mixture of indigenous trees.