Zimbabwe and Botswana Solo Safari (8n) – Value

Zimbabwe and Botswana Solo Safari (8n) – Value

  • Days 1–2 : Victoria Falls
  • Days 3–5 : Chobe National Park
  • Days 6–8 : Okavango Delta
  • Price From : $4,617 per person
  • Duration : 8 nights
  • Best Months : Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
  • Countries : Botswana, Zimbabwe

Fancy exploring the Delta? This trip to Zimbabwe and Botswana's highlights includes Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. Value in Botswana is incredibly hard to find, but this trip offers exactly that.

This trip is an amazing adventure for solo travellers! It starts at the world-famous Victoria Falls before moving into two superb safari areas – Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. We use camps that offer very small single supplement fees. They are also very social, featuring game drives shared with up to five other guests and great communal meals!

The trip begins at Ilala Lodge, which is the closest property to Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side! It is a grand building, with a friendly atmosphere. Next, you will stay at Chobe Elephant Camp, in Chobe National Park. This eco-style property is situated on a rocky bluff overlooking the Chobe river. And the final part of your adventure is based at Sango Safari Camp, with a wonderful location just outside the predator-rich Moremi Game Reserve!

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The prices below are based on one adult travelling solo and please note that the prices are approximate. Please contact us for accurate costings for the time of year you are considering for your holiday. There are multiple season changes across the year and numerous room categories that can change the price of these safaris.

From approx $4,617 per person in low season

To approx $5,889 per person in high season

Prices include all internal flights, transfers, reserve fees, accommodation and meals as specified in the day-to-day itinerary. Prices exclude international flights, tipping, visa, and any meals not included.

Fancy exploring the Delta? This trip to Zimbabwe and Botswana's highlights includes Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. Value in Botswana is incredibly hard to find, but this trip offers exactly that.

This trip is an amazing adventure for solo travellers! It starts at the world-famous Victoria Falls before moving into two superb safari areas – Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. We use camps that offer very small single supplement fees. They are also very social, featuring game drives shared with up to five other guests and great communal meals!

The trip begins at Ilala Lodge, which is the closest property to Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side! It is a grand building, with a friendly atmosphere. Next, you will stay at Chobe Elephant Camp, in Chobe National Park. This eco-style property is situated on a rocky bluff overlooking the Chobe river. And the final part of your adventure is based at Sango Safari Camp, with a wonderful location just outside the predator-rich Moremi Game Reserve!

Days 1–2 Victoria Falls

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On Day 1 of your adventure, you will fly out to Livingstone and transfer by road to Ilala Lodge. This very impressive property is situated just 10 minutes’ walk from the entrance to Victoria Falls National Park! Its communal areas include a sumptuous lounge and a restaurant offering both indoor and outdoor dining. There’s a spacious swimming pool too! You will stay in a Deluxe Room, an option that features air conditioning, overhead fan, satellite television, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a bar fridge, and amazing views towards the Falls. When you are ready to try out a few activities, you can just pop in to Ilala’s adventure booking centre. Here, staff members will be happy to advise you on how to make the most of your stay! Things to do include Falls tours, wild watersports, river cruises, scenic flights, and even a few animals encounters in the national park, such as lion walks and elephant rides.

Board basis and activities:
Bed-and-breakfast accommodation, including tourism levy.

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Days 3–5 Chobe National Park

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On the third day of your trip, you will transfer by road to Chobe National Park for your stay at Chobe Elephant Camp. This is an exceptionally good eco-style camp, occupying a lofty position atop a rocky bluff – views over the Chobe river and floodplains are spectacular! Where possible, recycled and reclaimed materials have been used, and all buildings blend seamlessly into the natural surrounds. Inside the lodge, you’ll find a large open-plan lounge and dining area, with a reading corner and an inviting bar! All areas flow out into a traditional boma – from here, a pathway leads to a viewing deck that overlooks a busy waterhole. The deck has a swimming pool too! Guest accommodation consists of 12 guest chalets, all with comfy bed, en-suite facilities including indoor and outdoor showers, and a private veranda boasting amazing views. Activities centre on checking out the local wildlife on game drives and boat cruises. Chobe has the biggest elephant population in Africa! Other highlights here include huge herds of buffalo and zebra, in addition to lion, leopard, hyena, wild dog, giraffe, antelopes, and over 300 bird species. Walks through the local village are also available – this is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the Sibuya tribe.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, bottled mineral water, selection of house alcoholic drinks, and a laundry service.

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Days 6–8 Okavango Delta

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The last part of your trip is spent in the Okavango Delta! You will fly here from Chobe, for a few days at Sango Safari Camp. Sango is situated on the outskirts of Khwai village, a short distance from the Moremi Game Reserve. The camp is named after a family who are among the original inhabitants of Khwai. It’s a classic tented safari camp, featuring an open main area and six Meru-style guest tents. The main area is pleasantly positioned in the cool shade of trees and it contains a lovely lounge, dining space, and bar. In the grounds of camp, there is a traditional boma, a viewing deck, and a plunge pool! The views here are beautiful – floodplains, riverine forests, and dry woodlands support a real diversity of wildlife. Each Meru-style tent has a private veranda for guests to enjoy the scenery, as well as mosquito nets, reading lights, a digital safe, and en-suite facilities including an open-air bucket shower! Sango’s location between the Khwai river and the Moremi Game Reserve guarantees some superb safari activities. You can head out on day and night game drives, all-day game drives, and mokoro excursions. All Big Five species are in residence, as well as cheetah, hyena, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, antelopes, hippos, crocs, and many more! The bird count is very impressive, coming in at over 400 species. Sango also offers a two-hour cultural walk around Khwai village.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, bottled mineral water, selection of house alcoholic drinks, and a laundry service. 

On Day 9, you will transfer by road to Maun Airport for your international flight home.

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