Upon arrival at Livingstone, transfer to Toka Leya on the banks of the Zambezi River. Settle into a climate controlled tent while enjoying the calming ever present gurgling sounds of water in rapids out front and sights of basking hippo and possibly rhino from your private deck.
Victoria Falls is the worlds' widest curtain of water at over a kilometre wide that tumbles more than 113 meters to the river below. The “Smoke that Thunders” falls can be enjoyed by foot, helicopter and even microlight. Sunset cruises reveal the most magical sunsets, while providing the chance to cast a line to hook Africa's great fighting fish, the tigerfish.
Owned by renowned National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, the intimate 4 suite Zarafa Camp is located on the grassland plains of the Selinda Reserve overlooking the Zibadianja Lagoon, the source of the Savute Channel. Rich railway sleeper teak decking and dark leather evoke a traditional tented safari ambiance of old, while the finest small touches, cuisine and guiding ensure memories of a lifetime.
Enjoy game drives, walking safaris or a sunset "pontoon" boat cruise. Opt for a siesta at a viewing hide, set up at beautiful secluded locations. Tremendous wildlife include resident prides of lion, huge herds of elephant and Africa's great sprinter, the cheetah.
Fly to Vumbura Plains, an intimate camp on a stunning lagoon of the Okavango Delta. Each expansive tent features a private pool, sunken lounge and outside "sala" to relax, listen and absorb this magical wilderness. Sumptuous meals are served under the cosmos lit only by candelight amid Africa's night sounds.
Vumbura is the ideal "combination" camp, effortlessly offering water and land activities. Explore the Okavango's silent lagoons in a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe) then search for enigmatic nocturnal animals by 4x4 vehicle. The area boasts an astonishing diversity of wildlife - lion, leopard, elephant, cheetah and buffalo roam these plains and woodlands.
Enter a realm of savage beauty, a corner of forgotten Africa where it is so silent you can hear the blood circulating through your ears. This is the Makgadikgadi Pans, a place where one initially wonders why you've come yet which leaves an imprint on your soul.
The white-washed remnants of an ancient lake are home to some of the Kalahari Desert's most charismatic wildlife, its meerkats and brown hyena. Explore the endless landscapes by quadbike, walk with Africa's first people, San Bushmen hunter gatherers and feel one with the universe after a sleep out on the pans. This is simply Africa's most unforgettable experience!