This unforgettable adventure begins at The Elephant Camp, a refuge for rescued elephants in Zimbabwe near Victoria Falls. Spend two nights in a tented suite overlooking Batoka Gorge, and participate in activities such as a whitewater rafting trip down the Zambezi River and an encounter with Wild Horizon’s Elephants. Transfer via plane to Zarafa Camp in Botswana on the unsullied Zibadianja Lagoon.
The camp is a model for conservation, with a solar farm that fulfills all electrical needs and game vehicles that run on a mix of vegetable oil and diesel fuel. Enjoy twice-daily game drives and short, guided walks where you will experience exhilarating wildlife encounters.
After three nights, travel to the renowned Okavango Delta for three additional days at Abu Camp, set on a 450,000-acre private concession in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Spend time walking with the herd of elephant and learn their daily rituals and routines.
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Transfer from Victoria Falls International Airport to The Elephant Camp for a two-night stay. Situated on a private concession, the camp has breathtaking views of the Victoria Falls spray and the spectacular gorges that separate Zimbabwe and Zambia.
You will have an opportunity to participate in an elephant-interaction activity where you will meet these amazing creatures and learn more about them.
Fly from Kasane International Airport (a two-hour drive) to the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve (a 45-minute flight). Located on the banks of the Zibadianja Lagoon is the intimate Zarafa Camp. Experience early-morning and late-afternoon game drives, guided wildlife bush walks and boating on the lagoon when water levels permit.
After breakfast, transfer via light-aircraft to the Okavango Delta, the world’s largest inland delta and a miracle of nature — it is an oasis of islands and waterways in the middle of the arid Kalahari Desert. Guided dugout-canoe trips take you into the heart of the delta for up-close game-viewing and bird-watching. The traditional boats are not motorized, allowing you to glide silently and see more wildlife.
Spend the next few nights at Abu Camp, set on a 450,000-acre private concession in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Spend time walking with the herd of elephant and learn their daily rituals and routines.
Board your light aircraft for a flight to Maun International Airport and connecting flights home.
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