Our Distinctive A+R Style

+ Our unique adventure promises up-close wildlife encounters in two of Africa’s most
pristine and game-rich regions.
+ Uncover the Okavango Delta’s unique blend of forests, floodplains and grasslands with our safari guides on the private Abu Concession.
+ Spend 3 nights in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, home to one of the densest
concentrations of wildlife on the Continent.
+ Thrill to every possible type of safari activity... game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, mokoro canoe rides, bush walks, and night drives!
+ Set out at sunset for a cocktail + dinner cruise on the Zambezi as wild animals gather along the riverbank to graze and drink their fill.
+ Our expert guide will take you to all the best vantage points overlooking Victoria Falls.

c Visit 2 UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Into the Okavango Delta, Botswana

    From Maun Airport, take a safari transfer flight over vast, virtually uninhabited swaths of northern Botswana to a remote corner of the famed Okavango Delta. Here in the private Abu Concession, famed for its elephant herds, the intimate Seba Camp offers 8 stylishly-appointed tented rooms, all with private decks. Upon arrival at Seba, you can join fellow guests in the lounge, go for a refreshing plunge in the pool or take in the sweeping vistas over the surrounding riverine forest and a perennial lagoon that attracts a wide variety of big game.
    Meals D
  • Okavango by land

    Morning, afternoon and night time game drives take you deep into the surrounding forests and grasslands interlaced with waterways. Led by our certified, expertly trained safari guide, you’re likely to encounter fierce predators like lion, spotted hyena and the occasional leopard and wild dog. Huge herds of buffalo, elephant, zebra and wildebeest also inhabit the pristine Abu Concession.
    Meals B+L+D
  • Okavango by water

    With lifelong skill, your safari guide will use his ngashi, a long wooden pole, to steer and propel your mokoro canoe through the narrow channels of the Okavango Delta. Drifting in near complete silence puts you at one with the environment, making it all the easier to spot the animals that come to the river to quench their thirst. Tsessebe, red lechwe, impala and zebra often graze at water’s edge and with 380 species recorded, this pristine sector of the Delta is also a birder’s paradise.
    Meals B+L+D
  • Onward to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

    Take off from the Abu airstrip and fly to Kasane. From here, we take you overland across the border into Zimbabwe to the Victoria Falls Hotel where adventurers have met and gathered for nearly a century. Later this afternoon, head down to the banks of the Zambezi River. We’ve chartered a boat for a private cruise that begins with sundowner cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a chance to see hippos and crocodiles wallowing in the water as well as elephant and antelope grazing at river’s edge. As the sun sets and stars begin to fill the darkening sky, an elegant 3-course plated dinner will be served.
    Meals B+D
  • Experience the thrill of Victoria Falls c

    David Livingstone was the first European to visit the Falls and named it after Queen Victoria. But locals still call it Mosi-oa-Tunya, the Smoke that Thunders. As our expert guide takes you along scenic paths through the rainforest alive with birdlife, you’ll hit the best vantage points including a heart-pounding view over the famed Devil’s cataract. And by tour’s end, you might agree that the local name best captures the dramatic spray and deafening roar of the mighty Zambezi River as it plunges more than 300 feet over a mile-wide chasm! The rest of this day is yours to delight in the Edwardian elegance of your hotel.
    Meals B
  • To Hwange National Park

    This morning’s flight brings you to Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, a 3-million acre expanse of sandy spoils and broad-leafed woodland at the eastern edge of the fabled Kalahari Desert. Your destination is the intimate Davison’s Camp, offering complete privacy with 9 luxurious tents set on the private Linkwasha Concession. This prime southeastern sector of the Park has one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in all of Africa.
    Meals B+D
  • Explore Hwange National Park

    Boasting over 100 mammal species, including elephant herds and fierce predators, your safari experiences at Hwange promise unforgettable stories and photos you’ll be sharing long after your return home. You’ll track the Big 5 and maybe spot rare White rhino or the surprisingly ferocious honey badger.
    Meals B+L+D
  • More of Hwange National Park

    Along with game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, bush walks with our expert safari guides promise a rare and genuine connection to Africa. And in between these guided activities, spending time on your private verandah can be equally thrilling as giraffe, wildebeest, reedbuck, impala, and zebra congregate at the Camp’s waterhole.
    Meals B+L+D
  • Day 9 - Depart Hwange

    Fly to Victoria Falls Airport for total convenience as you connect to any onward international flight.
    Meals B

Extend Your Trip

  • Travel on to Cape Town

    4-day Post-Safari Extension from $1,899

    We include all on-tour transportation, 3 nights at the Taj Hotel with a view of Table Mountain, and an in-depth city tour

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  • Seba Camp - Okavango Delta, Botswana

    Set within the exclusive Abu Reserve, this intimate lagoon-facing camp offers exceptional service and dining with just eight luxury tented rooms, each with en-suite bathroom and a private deck on which to relax and observe the passing wildlife in and around the perennial lagoon. .

  • Victoria Falls Hotel - Livingstone, Zimbabwe

    Our historic hotel offers Edwardian period charm and modern comfort with a view of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray of the Falls!

  • Davison's Camp - Hwange, Zimbabwe

    This safari favorite has a beautiful main lounge, swimming pool, and spacious tents with private decks overlooking the famous waterhole.

Our Small Group Safari Value

+ Extensive game-viewing activities by land and water with our expert safari guides, including all park fees
+ 19 meals: 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 7 dinners
+ House wines, cocktails and beverages at our luxury safari camps
+ 8 nights in our outstanding hotel and luxury safari bush camps
+ 4 safari transfer flights with stunning aerial views
+ All transportation and airport transfers
+ All luggage handling, hotel taxes, and fees for included flights
+ 3 or more guests save $50 - $200 each
+ Solo guests enjoy a double occupancy hotel room and private safari tents

Trip Pricing

  • Traveling as a single?

Begin Okavango Delta - Per Person Double

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Departure Return   Regular Deal
8/7/2019
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8/15/2019 $8899 $8399
 
9/20/2019
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9/28/2019 $8899 $8399
 
10/21/2019
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10/29/2019 $8899 $8399
 
11/22/2019
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11/30/2019 $6999 $6499
 
12/3/2019
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12/11/2019 $6999 $6499
 

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  • Travel is one of  life's most rewarding experiences, perhaps even more so when it's shared with those you love! Combine our limited-time pay-in-full discount with our Family & Friends offers and save even more:
    • Save $50 more per person when 3 guests go
    • Save $100 more per person with 4 people
    • Save $150 more per person with 5 people
    • Save $200 more per person with 6 or more people!
    For Groups of 8 or more please call 800.221.2216
  • Save $1,000 per couple + $500 solo on all of our Small Group Safaris whenever you book and pay-in-full.

Prices are per person, land only. We offer air on Emirates. Add extra nights. A visa for Zimbabwe is required for U.S. citizens and is available upon arrival. For clients with flights from Livingstone airport (LVI), a visa for Zambia is required and is available at the border.

Extend Your Trip

  • Travel on to Cape Town

    4-day Post-Safari Extension from $1,899

    We include all on-tour transportation, 3 nights at the Taj Hotel with a view of Table Mountain, and an in-depth city tour

    View Day by Day »

Our Private Tour Value

+ Extensive game-viewing activities by land and water with our expert safari guides, including all park fees
+ 19 meals: 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 7 dinners
+ House wines, cocktails and beverages at our luxury safari camps
+ 8 nights in our outstanding hotel and luxury safari bush camps
+ 4 safari transfer flights with stunning aerial views
+ All transportation and airport transfers
+ Safari bag, porterage, all taxes, and all fees
+ 3 or more guests save $50 - $200 each
+ Solo guests enjoy a double occupancy hotel room and private safari tents

Trip Pricing

  • Traveling as a single?

Travel Any Day - Per Person Double

Dates   Luxury Accommodations
Departure Return   Regular Deal
7/1/2019 10/31/2019 $9499 $8999
 
11/1/2019 12/19/2019 $7799 $7299
 
12/20/2019 12/31/2019 $7799 $7299
 

Select all Deals that apply for best available price.

  • Travel is one of  life's most rewarding experiences, perhaps even more so when it's shared with those you love! Combine our limited-time pay-in-full discount with our Family & Friends offers and save even more:
    • Save $50 more per person when 3 guests go
    • Save $100 more per person with 4 people
    • Save $150 more per person with 5 people
    • Save $200 more per person with 6 or more people!
    For Groups of 8 or more please call 800.221.2216
  • Save $1,000 per couple + $500 solo on all of our Private Safaris whenever you book and pay-in-full.

Prices are per person, land only. We offer air on South Africa Airways. Add extra nights. A visa for Zimbabwe is required for U.S. citizens and is available upon arrival. For clients with flights from Livingstone airport (LVI), a visa for Zambia is required and is available at the border.

Extend Your Trip

  • Travel on to Cape Town

    4-day Post-Safari Extension from $1,899

    We include all on-tour transportation, 3 nights at the Taj Hotel with a view of Table Mountain, and an in-depth city tour

    View Day by Day »

Private Tour Add-Ons

  • Sossusvlei

    3 Day Freestyle Tour

    Enhance your travels in Africa with the renowned towering red dunes of Namibia’s Sossusvlei! We include roundtrip flights from Windhoek International Airport, two nights at the stunning Kulala Desert Lodge, a guided desert excursion and more!

  • Chobe Game Park

    3 Day FreeStyle Safari Package

    Our 3-day FreeStyle Safari package includes our handpicked lodge, all lodge meals, roundtrip transportation from Livingstone Airport and safari excursions

Trip Reviews

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(10 Traveler Reviews)

  • Terry from NV gives this tour 

    The service was first class and we were able to see a great number of wild animals at both of the wildlife camps that we visited.


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    Date Traveled: 5/15/2018

  • Arlene from AZ gives this tour 

    Delighted by the animals I saw and the people. I was very pleased with the small planes we used from camp to camp. The camps were just wonderful and in 2 we could drink the water. We were given the option to go to a school which we did. We found out that Wilderness Safaris who you use had built the school. I suggest you mention this in your brochures as your trips are more expensive then others and if people know this they would understand. It was great fun to be with the kids and see how they are progressing. The village visit was also fascinating. It was great to talk to the people. We also visited the anti-poaching group and were given a background in what is happening in Botswana. The gentleman who greeted me at Main was a great help. As a stamp collector I wanted to buy stamps and he helped me change money and then purchase stamps. Everyone at the camps was so helpful, interesting and fun to be with. I felt very secure and well taken care of. I even had a lion serenade me one night!! I have been to Africa 6 times and after each trip I want to go back.


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    Date Traveled: 3/12/2018

  • Louise from PA gives this tour 

    Enjoyed the change of country, pace and style of accommodations from Safari camps to the glories of the British Empire hotel. Great variety of sightings, extensive knowledge and friendliness of the guides and the gracious efficiency of the camp staff.


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    Date Traveled: 10/10/2017

  • Gay from SC gives this tour 

    Loved every minute of it!


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    Date Traveled: 9/23/2017

  • Arlene from PA gives this tour 

    Amazing being so close to so many wonderful animals and the guides and staff went out of their way to make our trip so successful. The group of people we met were great. As much food and drink you could ever want. The knowledge of our guides, I learned so much.


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    Date Traveled: 9/10/2017

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