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Chobe: 2-Day Mobile Camping Safari

1. Chobe: 2-Day Mobile Camping Safari

Combine a visit to Chobe National Park with an exploration of Chobe River on this 2-day camping safari for the perfect budget wildlife experience.   You’ll be picked up from your hotel and make your way through Victoria Falls to Chobe National Park. Explore the wildlife of Chobe on a riverboat, offering spectacular views of the river and grassland flood plains. This will be followed by a 4x4 game drive safari where you can see the large concentrations of animals who will be grazing and drinking water. Admire the spectacular sunset over the fields for a perfect end to the day.   Spend the night in a tented camp in the wilderness of the Chobe National Park. Your cook will prepare typical “bush cuisine” on open fires for dinner.   The second day will be full of more game drives and wildlife explorations. All game drives will take place in 4x4 safari vehicles with local Botswanan guides who will offer their excellent knowledge of the area. At the end of the second day, you’ll make your way back to Victoria Falls and Livingstone where you’ll be dropped off at your hotel.

Livingstone Quad Biking: 60-Minute Eco Trail

2. Livingstone Quad Biking: 60-Minute Eco Trail

Hop onto the back of a quad and see awesome panoramic views and wildlife. Enjoy the experience of a lifetime with friends or family under the supervision of a qualified guide. This 60-minute eco trail tour is an exciting fun-filled ride through the African Bush over humps, through ditches, around bends and down hills. The chance of meeting wild animals along the way adds to the thrill of the trail. These ultimate adventure vehicles allow both the novice and experienced rider to explore the area at their own leisurely pace. Discover the spectacular landscapes surrounding Livingstone and the Batoka Gorge on all-terrain quad bikes. These ultimate adventure vehicles allow both novice and experienced riders to explore the area at their own leisurely pace. Under the supervision of a qualified guide, enjoy stunning panoramic views and wildlife sightings with friends and family.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Half-Day Guided Nature Walk

3. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Half-Day Guided Nature Walk

Explore African bushlands and search for game and birdlife on a 3-hour nature walk in Musi-oa-Tunya National Park. Discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Zambia side of Victoria Falls with a professional guide. Enjoy a nature walk to see a diverse range of animals, including Africa's "Big Five" of  lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo. Also, admire the variety of vegetation and plant life. Start with hotel pickup in Livingstone and travel to Musi-oa-Tunya National Park. Begin a nature walk which is a natural and eco-friendly way of seeing African game. In addition to large game, see other species such as giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, warthogs, primates, and antelopes. Discover a variety of local trees, including teaks, mahoganies, and the mopane and marula trees. During a mid-walk break near the Zambezi River, enjoy some light snacks and observe hippos and ibis along the riverbanks. When your time ends, be returned to your pickup location to end your tour.

From Livingstone: Full or Half Day Canoe Safari

4. From Livingstone: Full or Half Day Canoe Safari

If you’re looking to make the most of your time in Livingstone, look no further. Canoe on the mighty Zambezi River through narrow channels and drift down endless stretches of one of Africa’s most majestic rivers. Throughout your full or half-day canoeing trip, keep your eyes peeled for wild game along the river banks. Elephants, hippo, and buffalo are native to this area, as well as many species of birds. Join your experienced guides to go canoeing above the falls — you won’t encounter any rapids, so prepare for a relaxing and peaceful experience. This tranquil activity combines the exquisite stillness of the Zambezi River with a raw wilderness that is not easy to find in many other Victoria Falls activities.

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What people are saying about Livingstone

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 5 reviews

This is a very unforgettable time . This agency and its partners all are family! The local people are simply magical ... you can feel at home anytime with them .. they will literally care of you as more as a parent . The morning was accompanied by the best guide ever “ locks “ . A girl whose smile is more shine than an African sunset . Locals are part of her world so this is not only a tour guide but a personalized one . The owner as the driver head you wherever you want . We got THE BEST LUNCH EVEN IN A BETTER PLACE THAT WAS PLAnned. The lookout was temporary closed so we were to a 5 stars hotel and they offer all !luxury trip around the township also , with the air con customized vehicle with the private guide !!! My driver was better than yours :-)))) the cruise was amaxing . Another driver came and he was kind as the first . 2/3 hrs to see hippos , crocc, elephants , impala , all Africa is in this tour . You will simply love it !

Nothing goes perfectly planned but the guides (Simon and fortune and boat crew) worked hard to meet the program and tackle unannounced changes created my the management and other not so easy going tourists. Overall, they make up for today’s scarcity of big animals. Suggestions: made 1 option to pay for entry fees in advance.. Also, I noticed that with the heat and humidity kids and some adults can get tired. Perhaps, under the instructions remind customers to pack light snacks and small energy drinks for eventualities.

Booked the sunrise to sunset tour to chobe national park so that I could get in early before the crowd. Got to see zebras on the way. There is no lion in Chobe National park. If you must see, don't choose here. Got to see giraffes, elephants, hippos, impalas and gibbons everywhere! The sunset setting on the river was amazing.

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Easy transfer from Victoria Falls to / from the border at Kunene. Nice and skilled guides. Great wildlife at and in the Chobe River. The highlight was two leopards walking along the road. Magical. Great trip on the river.

All activities were done on time according to the program. The guides are professional (Simon especially)