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Zimbabwe is the safari aficionado’s best-kept secret. Excellent wildlife viewing in remote locations and without the crowds makes it the perfect safari destination. We offer you the chance to visit Zim in a variety of ways.

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  • Magnificent Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world
  • Authentic game walks, open vehicles, game drives, night drives
  • Beautifully situated lodges with amazing access to wildlife
  • Walk with rhinos in the rhino sanctuary
  • Special “look-up” blind for incredible wildlife photography
  • Support the best community conservation projects in the country

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  • Witness huge herds of migrating elephants at waterholes
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  • Track game on foot and enjoy optional mountain biking as part of the adventure
  • Gorgeous safari camps in Hwange and Chobe, each with its own unique atmosphere
  • Learn about the local community's conservation successes
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Wilderness Safaris: Conserving Africa

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If you’d asked us just a few weeks ago whether travel could feel any more essential to us, we would’ve been sure to say no. But with the world at a standstill, and OutThere launching The #Experientialist to keep our readers inspired through virtual escapes, our appetite for the world’s most raved about destinations has everything but decreased. Wanting to go further afield than ever before, we’ve been eyeing getaways with the declared goal of conserving the unique natural habitats they’re in: one, in particular, has stood out.

Wilderness Safaris hold a solid reputation amongst the world’s most discerning travellers, and understanding why is as easy as spotting a herd of giraffes in a steppe. Having operated for over 35 years, and featuring an enviable portfolio of 40+ luxury camps across seven African nations, they’re perfectly placed to drive eco-tourism in the area. And their designated Sustainability Fund has just made an exciting announcement.

In a move that sees Wilderness Safaris strengthen their close relationship with the Scorpion Anti-Poaching Unit (SAPU) of Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, funds have been allocated to ensure continued anti-poaching efforts for the next eight months. It’s fabulous news, but more importantly still, we’d like to think it signals a shift within luxury hospitality in remote locations as a whole. Arnold Tshipa, Wilderness Safaris’ Zambezi Environmental Officer, explains:

‘As the largest national park in Zimbabwe, Hwange is a significant tourism asset to the country and we will do what we can to help preserve it, ensuring that we always have eyes on the ground to curb poaching in the area’.

Just last year, rangers have been able to cover more than 2,203 square km of ground through 273 foot patrols, and a whopping 5,448 square km with the help of another 191 motorised teams. Seeing future funds will continue to trickle down from sustainable tourism driven by a desire to see Africa’s unique wildlife in its natural habitat, strengthened ties between conservation and luxury travel might just be our favourite development to come out of the current lockdowns. In any case, the Africa enthusiasts we are , we can certainly see ourselves hopping on a champagne-laced safari – and if it helps preservation, all the better!

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Hwange Wilderness Safari 8 Days - From US$3800

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This 8 day safari ventures far from the beaten track into the untouched wilderness haven that is the Southern Hwange National Park.  Guests can explore this remote area with the confidence of experienced &  knowledgeable Guides who will lead walking safaris and game drives in 4×4 vehicles.

Departing from Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls Airport, fly to Hwange National Park for 3 nights in the remote south west, a wilderness unused for nearly 20 years, where you will explore, with professional Guides in 4×4 safari vehicles, on foot and mountain bike. Your safari then continues with a full day safari or “pump run” across the southern border of Hwange National Park to your next destination, on the magnificent Ngamo Plains, where you will spend 4 nights with game viewing activities and the opportunity to visit the Imvelo Ngamo Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can observe white rhino and spend time with the Cobras who guard the rhino 24/7 as well as learning more about the community and conservation programs in this area.

This safari is for those seeking a truly adventurous and authentic wildlife safari, staying in two small, safari accommodations with the focus on observing the wildlife that call this remote area home.

• 3 nights at Jozibanini Camp  (Fully Inclusive)

Situated in the remote south west of Hwange National Park in a wilderness unused for nearly 20 years, this bush camp is for those who are seeking a truly wild and authentic safari experience. Guests staying at Jozibanini Camp can enjoy a number of wildlife interactions either on foot, in 4×4 vehicles or Mountain biking which offers a different perspective when exploring the bush.  The Jozi ‘Look-up” Hide provides the opportunity for up-close viewing.

• 4 nights at Bomani Tented Lodge   (Fully Inclusive)

Located within the Ngamo Forest Area, Bomani Tented Lodge offers guests an unrivalled safari experience with impressive year-round wildlife viewing and a great diversity of wildlife in substantial numbers.  The highly experienced and knowledgeable guides will treat you to a safari experience you will never forget.

• Flexible departures any day

Although it is possible to book this itinerary as shown above, it is entirely customisable. We can add or delete days, change the accommodation used and generally design the tour to suit your individual requirements. For more information,   Contact one of our team to discuss your travel requirements.

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DAY ONE – VICTORIA FALS – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK Approximate flight time 1 hour

Arrive at Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls Airport and clear customs, after which you’ll be met by a representative who will help you transfer to the domestic air terminal for your scenic 1hr flight to Jozibanini Camp in Hwange National Park. The flight will land at Libuti airstrip where you will be transported to camp by road in a 4 x 4 vehicle ( 15 minutes).

After settling into your tent and having some time to unpack, relax and freshen up,  depart on a game drive to explore this unique untamed wilderness, returning to camp for dinner round the camp fire.

Overnight at Jozibanini Camp  (Fully Inclusive)

DAY TWO – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast over the campfire, today you have the opportunity to head off on a guided mountain bike ride through the elephant paths along the inter-dune troughs around Jozibanini. The ecosystem here is semi-desert akin to the Kalahari in neighbouring Botswana. Ancient windblown fossil sand dunes are separated by shallow valleys where elephant paths have compacted the terrain, providing this area with the opportunity for a unique experience of game viewing by mountain bike. These rides can be from 30 minutes around camp to a full day exploring deep into southern Hwange, depending on your energy, fitness and adventure level!

Enjoy a delicious lunch back at camp or for the adventurous cyclists, a picnic lunch under a shady tree where you can have a siesta before the bike ride (or vehicle if you prefer!) back to camp in the afternoon.

Sundowners at the Jozibanini Look-up blind

In the late afternoon, you’ll head into the underground “Look-up” blind for spectacular photographic opportunities of the wildlife, just feet away, at the Jozi waterhole.  Enjoy a cool sundowner inside or atop the Look-up blind and once the sun has set, head back to camp for a tasty dinner out under the glorious night sky.

Jozi star beds – sleeping under a blanket of stars

If you’re feeling adventurous or in need of more star gazing, the beds can be rolled onto the deck of the tents for an extraordinary star-bed experience gazing skyward at millions of stars in the dark Hwange sky. As one guest put it, “Jozi isn’t a 5 star camp, it’s a five million star camp!”

Overnight at Jozibanini Camp   (Fully Inclusive)

DAY THREE – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

Enjoy an early morning game drive or a guided game walk through the area around camp once more experiencing Hwange’s magnificent elephant on ground level and go tracking for the different species to be found in this part of the park such as lion, wild dog and buffalo.

Return to camp for brunch and some down time, enjoying the solitude of being in a completely untouched and isolated spot within the pristine African bush.

In the early afternoon, head off again on by foot, bike or game drive vehicle to explore another part of the far remote southwestern corner of Hwange National Park. You may also opt to visit the nearby Makona park ranger station and meet some of the park rangers who help protect and patrol the deep south of Hwange.

Optional visit St. Joseph’s School and Gibi Xegu village

Today you may also wish to include a visit to St Joseph’s School located in the village of Gibi Xegu village on the border of Hwange.  This is a 1.5hr game drive from camp. This village and school is supported by Imvelo Safari Lodges but given its very remote location, it receives few visitors and less support from tourism currently. Over the past few years, Imvelo has solarised the school water pump, installed a tank for water storage, provided daily lunch for all 160 pupils during the dry season and provided textbooks and teacher training through the Hwange School Projects. Guests are warmly welcomed by the students and teachers, with the occasional chicken being offered as a thank you gift for the visit!

Enjoy another dinner under the stars before retiring to your tent for the night.

DAY FOUR – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

Today depart Jozibanini Camp for your full day safari or “pump run” across the southern border of Hwange!

Hwange National Park has no major rivers and for the past 70 years during Hwange’s dry seasons, wildlife has subsisted here on water originally pumped by windmills, later replaced by diesel engines and now solar power. In the southern sector of the Park, Imvelo Safari Lodges shoulders the responsibility for 16+ pumped waterholes. This means Imvelo is looking after approximately 20- 25% of the waterholes that sustain Hwange’s wildlife.

Imvelo’s trademark “pump runs” combine game viewing in remote areas of the park with practical hands-on conservation helping to maintain these waterholes and pumps which the wildlife rely on for water during the dry season. Many of these pumps have been converted to solar-hybrid pumps in recent years. You’ll learn about the challenges of maintaining this system in conversations and hand-on activities with your guide and the pump attendants who spend the dry season living at the waterholes to keep the pumps running.

After enjoying a picnic lunch, continue onward to Bomani Tented Lodge, arriving in the early evening after a sundowner stop on the Ngamo Plains.

Freshen up and enjoy refreshments at the campfire before enjoying a 3-course dinner under the stars.

Overnight at Bomani Tented Lodge  (Fully Inclusive)

DAY FIVE – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

After an early wake-up call, head out to explore the wilderness as the sun is rising and with the possibility of seeing the big cats when they are still active. Return back to the lodge for brunch and spend the afternoon at leisure within the lodge, either relaxing on the viewing deck overlooking the lodge waterhole or perhaps cooling off in the splash pool.

All activities are flexible and the above program can be varied, for example with a departure after a full breakfast at the lodge, or with a picnic brunch in the bush.

In the late afternoon, head out again to explore the Ngamo Plains.  Your guide will reveal the options available and make recommendations based on your own preferences and what has been sited during the day – game drives, walks, full-day excursions, bird watching and waterhole watches are all alternatives.

Return back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

DAY SIX – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

Today you have the opportunity to visit the Imvelo Ngamo Rhino Sanctuary where you’ll meet Thuza and Kusasa, as well as the Cobra Rangers guarding them 24/7. Start with a behind-the-scenes look at the Cobras basecamp and learn more about their work along with Imvelo’s many other community and conservation programs. Hear a short talk on the origins and ideas behind the formation of the Cobras unit and how they protect the rhino, as well as the future plans for their ground-breaking Community Rhino Conservation Initiative. Head off on foot or by vehicle with the Cobras to meet Thuza and Kusasa! There will be lots of photo opportunities and quality time to watch and enjoy the rhinos in their natural environment on the Ngamo plains; how close you will be able to get to the rhino will be subject to conditions on the ground.

Each guest at Bomani Tented Lodge pays a rhino conservation and community levy; these funds all go into the rhino sanctuary along with community projects in the nearby villages.

Vehicles must stay on the roads in the Southern Hwange Park so often a game drive is combined with a spontaneous walking safari to explore more terrain off the roads.   Stop at a water hole to enjoy a refreshing sundowner whilst you watch the sun sink beneath the horizon before heading back to the lodge to freshen up for dinner under the brilliant stars.

DAY SEVEN – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

Today guests have the opportunity to enjoy an actual and un-orchestrated look at village life in rural Matabeleland.

This morning sees an early start with breakfast in the dining room before heading to nearby Ngunyana Village where guests can join the children on their morning walk to school or join the younger kids for a ride in our safari vehicles! Once at the school, guests meet the Headmaster and are welcomed with traditional songs sung by the students, followed by a short classroom interaction. This activity gives the school children a wonderful opportunity to meet and interact with people from all over the world who have come to see the wildlife amongst which they live.

After the school visit, head to a nearby village for an un-choreographed visit of a local homestead, including a meeting with the headman of the village. Guests will be able to see some of Imvelo’s community initiatives firsthand and gain insight into the day to day life of a rural Zimbabwean including learning about thatching roofs, tilling fields, milling maize and weaving baskets.

In the afternoon, head back into Hwange in search of wildlife before making a stop for a bush lunch next to the specially built underground game-viewing blind at Stoffie’s Pan aka the “Look-up” blind, named such because its located at the water level so you’ll be looking up at the elephants! After lunch, enjoy some time in the blind with snout-level viewing of thirsty elephants just feet way! The blind is furnished with comfortable seating and has running water for flush loos and hand basins.

In the late afternoon, continue to explore the Ngamo plains on foot and by vehicle. After sundowners, we’ll night drive back to camp, exploring the Bomani concession, looking for nocturnal species that prowl the plains after twilight.

DAY EIGHT – HWANGE NATIONAL PARK – VICTORIA FALLS Approximate flight time 1 hour After a final breakfast and morning game drive (time permitting), climb aboard your 1hr hour scenic air charter from the Bomani airstrip to Victoria Falls International Airport for your onward travel.

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Inclusive of:

• The Meet and Greet at the airport upon arrival • All Transfers & internal flights • Scheduled charter flight from Victoria Falls • Game activities as available including walks, drives, all day excursions, night drives and service of a guide on safari • All meals, soft drinks, beers, wines & local spirits • All taxes • Hwange National Park Entry Fee • Rhino Conservation and Community Levy of $150 per person

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• International airfare • Tips • Personal expenses • Personal travel insurance • Any activities not mentioned in the itinerary • Visa fees • All Drinks and any meal/snack not shown as included

* Jozibanini Camp is a seasonal camp.   Please Contact Us>> for dates as to when the camp is open/closed.  If the camp is not open, the camp can be replaced with Nehimba Lodge for this itinerary. * School visits cannot take place during school holidays (April, August, December to Mid-January). * Game drives / walks are shared – for private vehicle & private Guide please contact us

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Discover the unparalleled expertise of Bushlife Safaris, renowned for its exceptional guiding, world-class walking safaris, and incredible canoeing safaris. Owned and run by Nick and Desirée Murray, both qualified professional guides boasting nearly 60 years of combined experience in the bush, Bushlife Safaris offers guests an unforgettable and authentic African safari experience. 

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Welcome to a safari that’s anything but typical, filled with unforgettable moments in zimbabwe’s wildlife haven..

Our approach is simple: when the game vehicle engine goes silent, the real adventure kicks in! Imagine tracking lions on foot, walking among wild dogs, counting elephant eyelashes, and cruising by hippos on the Zambezi River. This is not your average safari; it’s a fully immersive, sensory-overloaded experience.

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“it’s surely our responsibility to do everything within our power to create a planet that provides a home not just for us, but for all life on earth.” sir david attenborough.

Founded by Nick and Desirée, Bushlife Safaris stands as a beacon of conservation in the Mana Pools National Park community. Their dedication to preserving the rich biodiversity of Zimbabwe is evident in every facet of their operation. For Nick and Desirée, conservation is not merely a professional obligation; it is a deeply personal mission. 

Their involvement in the Mana Pools National Park community extends far beyond the boundaries of their safari business. They actively engage with local initiatives, collaborate with conservation organizations and empower local communities to become stewards of their natural heritage. 

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This time we stayed at 'Little Vundu' which is fantastic and how a bush safari should be, very few tents which makes it a very intimate stay. Everything about this camp we loved. The level of guiding is superb at Bushlife Safaris (on both our trips here), and we must say the best we have encountered on all our safaris, this was one of the many reasons for returning. The views are excellent with the Zambezi river running by the camp. The food delicious and presented superbly. The staff were outstanding with personal attention to what we wanted to see and do. The whole management team are excellent. Siraaj, was excellent guide and certainly knows how to make a superb G&T!

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It was my second time to Vundu Camp with Bushlife Safaris and it was spectacular again! There’s always something new to see on safari, and the staff are wonderful and very knowledgeable. The food was delicious and the tents are great! We didn’t want to leave when it was time to go. I highly recommend going on Safari with Bushlife Safaris. They are the best!

The best service we’ve experienced by far!

It’s the little things in life that count, and the managers of this Safari camp go the extra mile…..from asking you whether you’d prefer to go on game drives, walks or boat trip and even making us fresh coffee and a pack up lunch on the day of our departure. The knowledge of the rangers is world class and we came away feeling enriched from our trip. The attention to detail in everything that they do made this trip a wow factor on our two month trip through Southern Africa. Thank you team Vundu!

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Wilderness Safaris is one of Africa’s largest and best known safari brands. The company was established over 27 years ago and operates camps and safaris in Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Seychelles.

Wilderness Safaris was founded in Botswana in 1983 by a group of wildlife enthusiasts as a mobile safari operator. The company has grown beyond recognition, listing on the Botswana Stock Exchange in 2010, but has ensured that the original enthusiasm for wildlife remains at the fore of what the company does today.

The largest and most respected ecotourism operator in Africa, Wilderness Safaris offers access to nearly three million hectares (seven million acres) of perhaps the finest wilderness areas in Africa. With operations spread over eight African countries, Botswana, Congo (Brazzaville), Kenya, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Wilderness Safaris’ reach is unparalleled. Providing wildlife, marine and cultural safaris in pristine wilderness locations Wilderness Safaris’ safaris are specialised, educational and above all fun.

In Botswana, Wilderness Safaris operates some of the finest camps and lodges in Africa, including the renowned Mombo Camp on Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta. With a fulsome portfolio encompassing all of the country’s ecosystems, a safari with Wilderness Safaris allows the visitor to see Botswana at its best with properties in the Kalahari, Linyanti and most importantly the Okavango Delta. Wilderness Safaris offers the full spectrum of safari experiences from mokoro excursions, game drives, motor boat trips, walking safaris to their renowned elephant interactions at Abu Camp deep in the Okavango Delta.

With an emphasis on hospitality and professional high standards, Wilderness Safaris has a particular reputation for excellent guides with considerable investment in guide training throughout a guide’s career.

The Wilderness Safaris brand covers camps and lodges in the Premier, Classic, Adventure and Collection groupings, but all offer the same enthusiastic and professional service.

A fully integrated charter operator, Wilderness Air, ensures that air transport between camps, is to the same high standards to which guests become accustomed to whilst staying at Wilderness Safaris’ camps. The company benefits from an excellent logistics base in Maun allowing first rate support for Wilderness Safaris’ operations deep in the Okavango Delta.

Mombo is a flagship Botswana camp, one of the finest in Africa, offering superb game viewing and an extremely luxurious safari. With a prime location on Chief’s Island and some of the highest concentrations of wildlife in the Okavango, Mombo is top of the wish list for many. Rebuilt in 2018, Mombo reopened as an even more luxurious camp though maintaining the essence of the original Mombo which so many have come to love.

Little Vumbura

Little Vumbura is a Classic Wilderness Camp well known for its spectacular and diverse wildlife sightings. Shaded by a forest canopy, Little Vumbura camp offers a perfect all-round experience that affords the safari enthusiast the opportunity to enjoy both water and land activities on the concession floodplains. Six luxury tents with private decks boast incredible scenic vistas and together with a well - situated star deck make this particular camp well worth visiting.

Jacana Camp

Small, relaxed and characterful, Jacana is a lovely little camp and newly stylish since a rebuild in 2019. Hidden on a tropical palm island, the camp is utterly private. Jacana is, for most of the year, completely surrounded by water and is a lovely contrast to camps whose focus is big-game and open plains. Water activities are the mainstay here; enjoy the superb birdlife and aquatic splendour of a true Delta experience.

Pelo Camp, meaning ‘heart’, takes its name from the distinct heart-shaped island located within the Jao Concession on which it is built. Pelo is a rustic camp offering a remote, genuine and adventurous safari experience. Situated deep in the Okavango Delta and lying in a true wetland area, Pelo Camp is operational between 01 March and November every year. Discreet game viewing and being at one with nature is what makes Pelo special.

Chitabe Camp

Chitabe Camp has some of the best game viewing in the Delta. This is no surprise as the Chitabe concession is bordered on three sides by the rich Moremi Game Reserve; thrilling predator sightings are common though the game viewing is interestingly varied. Chitabe is a classic tented camp offering a traditional safari with a strong reputation for excellent guiding.

Kings Pool Camp

Situated on the edge of the oxbow King’s Pool lagoon, this elegant luxury camp is set on the large and wildlife rich Linyanti private reserve in northern Botswana. The area is pristine and remote and particularly known for its impressive elephant and predator numbers. King’s Pool Camp was treated to a major renovation in the first half of 2019 and offers both water and land activities.

Kwetsani Camp

Small, exclusive and luxurious, Kwetsani Camp is suspended high in the tree line of a palm-fringed island on the pretty Jao concession. The beautiful surroundings here offer a complete immersion in a classic Delta landscape. Water and land activities are conducted, though vary with the transformation of the flats with the arrival of the annual flood. Kwetsani Camp is sophisticated and yet understated with smart rooms which make the most of the fabulous views of the floodplains.

The iconic Abu Camp is synonymous with the African elephant and one of Botswana's most luxurious camps. Abu Camp lies on a private concession in one of the most beautiful corners of the Okavango, with quintessential delta backdrops and good game viewing. With just six luxury suites, each with a private pool, this is an intimate camp.

Vumbura Plains Camp

Vumbura Plains Camp is premier Okavango camp with a stylish contemporary design. The 14 luxurious stilted rooms are divided into two camps and connected by wooden walkways. Panoramic views of the floodplains from the expansive lounge area are breath-taking. An exciting array of wildlife sightings emphasises the variety and density of the animal species here. High levels of service, delicious meals and deluxe surroundings provide guests with safari experiences guaranteed to leave lasting memories

Little DumaTau

Little DumaTau is the exciting new sister camp to DumaTau, in the far north of Botswana, opening August 2020. Overlooking the stunning Osprey lagoon, Little DumaTau is an intimate luxury camp with only four tented rooms, all extremely spacious with their own lounge, and individual plunge pools. With one of the most beautiful locations and fantastic game viewing Little DumaTau is sure to be among the best camps in Botswana.

DumaTau is a top luxury camp with a spectacular setting on the magnificent Osprey lagoon in the remote wilds of northern of Botswana. It has a prime location to experience the famous elephant mega herds and good all round game too. Following an extensive rebuild in 2020 Duma Tau has reopened as a premier luxury camp offering a sumptuous safari experience. The Osprey retreat features a wellness centre, gym and lap pool. Activities include game drives, walking and boating.

Jao Camp is a flagship Wilderness Premier Camp and is one of the Delta’s most luxurious camps. Set on the Jao concession in the north western Okavango, the camp is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery to be found anywhere in this pristine wilderness. Completely rebuilt in 2019, Jao returns as one of the most opulent camps in the Okavango with five suites and two villas. Each villas comes with its own private vehicle, guide, chef and butler.

Toka Leya Camp

Set within the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Toka Leya Camp is one of the best safari style accommodation options in the area, a stylish sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the falls, with an excellent range of safari and adventure activities. Upstream from Victoria Falls on the banks of the Zambezi River lies Toka Leya – a luxurious safari camp named in tribute to the indigenous inhabitants that once lived here.

Little Mombo

Little Mombo is a smaller, more intimate version of its famous sister camp, and boasts just four luxurious tents. Renowned as “the Place of Plenty,” due to the myriad of species and large concentration of game, Little Mombo is one of Africa’s most sought after luxury camps. Connected to Mombo via a raised boardwalk, the camp enjoys its own facilities, including a dining area, boma, kitchen, lounge and swimming pool. A first-class safari experience.

Chitabe Lediba

Set on a game rich private concession in the south eastern Okavango, Chitabe Lediba is the smaller, family friendly sister camp to Chitabe, ideal for small groups and families. Chitabe Lediba is situated a few hundred metres from the main Chitabe camp, on the other side of the island and benefits from the same fantastic game viewing opportunities as the main Chitabe camp. This area is known for its high concentration of predators, game drives here are some of the most exciting in the Okavango.

Savuti Camp

Savuti lies in the heart of the Linyanti reserve in the far north of Botswana. Once dry, the Savute channel is currently running, beckoning you to marvel at this incredible ecosystem. Savuti is an intimate camp of seven raised tents and a low-water hide- a favourite playground for cavorting elephants. Explore on land or by boat along the channel before dreaming away the African night in a unique starbed, waking up to the dawn chorus of birdsong and surrounding animal life.

Qorokwe Camp

Qorokwe camp is a striking and contemporary styled luxury camp set in a prime location, on a private concession in the game rich southern reaches of the Okavango Delta. Wildlife is rich and varied here, with particularly good predator sightings. The eight large and comfortable suites each feature private pools and have been designed to maximise the impact of the Delta vistas. Sleek, minimalist water features mirror the water of the lagoon.

Situated on the beautiful Abu Concession, overlooking a perennial lagoon, Seba Camp is one of the few specialist family camps in the Okavango Delta. Surrounded by riverine vegetation, Seba enjoys good game viewing and prolific birdlife and a variety of land and seasonal water activities for a classic Okavango safari experience. Two specially designed family tents make this friendly little camp a great choice for family safaris and those looking for a more relaxed safari.

Little Tubu

A small luxurious camp on game-rich Hunda island with only three tents: experiencing the Delta doesn’t get more intimate than Little Tubu. Set deep within the large 600kms private concession, Little Tubu offers varied landscapes and activities. Winding, wooden platforms create a treehouse atmosphere while the sleep-out deck offers the chance of an adventurous night beneath the stars.

Tubu Tree Camp

Built into the trees, Tubu Tree Camp has a charming tree-house atmosphere with a series of high wooden walkways connecting the rooms and main areas, with fabulous views of the floodplains. Tube Tree is situated on the famous Jao Reserve, along the western edge of Hundu Island which offers the best game viewing on the reserve. Its excellent location allows access to both wet and dry habitats showcasing full splendour of the Okavango Delta.

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A flagship Botswana itinerary featuring some of the most beautiful and luxurious camps Africa, set in prime locations. Explore the remote wilds of the Linyanti, the game rich plains of Chief’s Island and the beautiful Okavango waterways of Jao. Outstanding safari experiences take place in some of the most sought after and exclusive locations in the country through a variety of land and water activities. A top notch and spoiling safari for the bucket list, best enjoyed in high season with the arrival of the flood waters.

One week Classic Wilderness Safari

A powerful combination of luxury Okavango camps come together to create a superb 7 night itinerary, one of our most popular. Importantly, this itinerary delivers great game viewing and both land and water activities all year round. Following a triangular route through the south, east and west Okavango the magnificent diversity of the delta is experienced. Wonderfully varied game viewing and activities keep every day fresh and exciting. These are some of Botswana’s most popular camps, a winning combination offering a diverse range of habitats and wildlife encounters. Ballooning and Helicopter rides can be included too.

Short Luxurious Okavango Safari

For those looking for a short but stylish Okavango safari, we suggest the exclusive and chic Vumbura Plains Camp. With a stunning location on a beautiful and game rich private concession in the eastern Okavango, Vumbura Plains is a superb choice for a short but complete Okavango experience. With year round water, excellent resident game and impressive predator numbers this is a fantastic choice for a complete Okavango safari at any time of year. The excellent game viewing is matched by the wonderful in-camp experience – this may be a short safari but it will be a memorable one.

Okavango Wilderness Short Safari

One of the Okavango Delta’s best and most popular camps is the basis of this short safari. With a prime location on a small island in a game rich private concession, Little Vumbura is a superb choice for those short on time looking for a quintessential Okavango experience. With year round water safari activities as well as excellent game drive opportunities, this is a fantastic choice at any time of year. A classic luxury tented camp with a down to earth and friendly atmosphere, you will immediately feel at home in this delightful gem of a camp.

Ultimate Wilderness Safari in Botswana

Explore Botswana from some of the most luxurious and exclusive camps in Africa. This 9 night itinerary offers incredible game viewing and features some of Botswana's most beautiful and luxurious safari camps. A full variety of land and water activities will ensure a varied and interesting safari experience. Extensions to the Kalahari, Cape Town and even Victoria Falls can also be arranged.

Four Night Classic Wilderness Safari

A complete Okavango Delta experience visiting two excellent private concessions. This is a fantastic four night safari at any time of year. Combining two of the most sought after camps in the Okavango this itinerary offers superb land and water activities staying at Little Vumbura Camp and Chitabe Camp, a winning combination offering a diverse range of habitats and wildlife encounters.

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Group Size: Based on Minimum 2 passengers Departs: Daily .................................................. Disconnect from daily life and discover remote, wild areas and spectacular, wide-open spaces. Embark on a captivating journey into the heart of Zimbabwe's most iconic national parks and wilderness areas on this authentic safari experience. Beginning with a scenic flight from Victoria Falls Airport to Hwange National Park, you'll be immersed in the vast landscapes and abundant wildlife of this renowned reserve. Spend your days exploring diverse habitats and encountering the rich biodiversity that thrives within Hwange's borders. Transitioning to Mana Pools National Park, the mighty Zambezi River takes centre stage, offering spectacular views of its meandering course and the surrounding Rift Valley escarpment. Guided game drives and walking safaris allow you to delve into the wilderness, immersing yourself in the sights and sounds of this pristine ecosystem. Complete your safari experience at Wilderness Toka Leya, where the tranquil waters of the Zambezi provide a serene backdrop to your journey's end. Reflect on your adventures while lounging on the riverside beach or enjoying a sunset cruise along the Zambezi, taking in the breathtaking scenery and wildlife that call this region home. And, of course, no visit to this area would be complete without witnessing the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World. Marvel at the sheer power and beauty of this majestic waterfall, a truly unforgettable finale to your African safari adventure. With private vehicles, guides, and safari camps, your experience is exclusive and exceptional. Rest assured, your safety is our priority every step of the way, allowing you to embrace the magic of Africa's untamed beauty with peace of mind.

Day 1 - Hwange National Park

You will board your scheduled light aircraft flight at Victoria Falls Airport for your flight to Hwange National Park. On landing, a representative from your camp will meet you and transfer you by road to arrive in time for lunch and then an afternoon activity. (LD)

Nestled discreetly beneath a grove of false mopane trees, the remote Davison’s is found in the private Linkwasha Concession – one of the most prolific wildlife areas in Hwange National Park. Hidden within the shade of the treeline, this classic African tented camp, with eight light and airy tents and one family unit, overlooks an open plain and a waterhole that is a favourite drinking hole for elephant and buffalo. The main area comprises a spacious lounge and dining room which leads out onto an expansive pine deck and an open campfire area, perfect for convivial evening musings or star gazing. The refreshing pool and its loungers are beautifully positioned for idle relaxation, while a small upper deck is an ideal location from which to watch wildlife at the waterhole.

Day 2 to Day 3 - Hwange National Park

Enjoy two full days of scheduled game viewing activities. (BLD)

Day 4 - Mana Pools National Park

Today you will be collected from your camp and transferred by road to Hwange Airstrip for your Wilderness Air flight to Mana West Airstrip. (BLD) On arrival at Mana West Airstrip you will be met and transferred by road to your camp, situated on a large private concession in the heart of the Zambezi Valley’s Mana Pools National Park.

Situated on a large private concession in the heart of the Zambezi Valley’s Mana Pools National Park, Ruckomechi looks out from the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. It is a remote, beautiful place with spectacular views of the broad flowing river, adjoining well-defined tree canopy and the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment over the border in Zambia. Ten spacious and beautifully decorated en-suite tents, including two family rooms, nestle in the shade of the ana trees that are much loved by the elephants for their rich, nutritious seeds. A large central deck make up communal living spaces of camp, including an inviting fire pit for convivial evenings under the African skies. Other unique features include a pool which gazes out over the expansive river, an outdoor “bath with a view” in a secluded, scenic spot, and for the romantic, a Star Bed situated nearby overlooking a productive waterhole.

Day 5 to Day 6 - Mana Pools National Park

Two full days to explore the area with the scheduled game viewing activities. (BLD)

Day 7 - Livingstone

Departing Mana Pools and also Zimbabwe you will be transferred to the airstrip for your scheduled light aircraft flight to Victoria Falls Airport and on arrival will be collected and transferred across the border to Livingstone in Zambia and you next stop. (BLD)

Wilderness Toka Leya is the perfect place to start, or end, your African safari. The interior design draws inspiration from the waters, wildlife and tranquillity of the Zambezi, as reflected in the design and furnishings. The colour palette and numerous décor pieces were chosen specifically to embrace Wilderness Toka Leya’s natural and cultural heritage. Bespoke décor pieces influenced by the natural beauty of the Zambezi can be found throughout the camp, paying homage to the local community. These include Zambian basket light fittings boldly featured in the serene lounge and dining areas. The bar is clad in vibrant fabric featuring a bespoke Zambezi fish design, and is the ideal setting for watching the sun set in a glorious blaze reflected in the river. Beanbags add a splash of colour and fun on the riverside beach, and offer the ultimate spot to unwind, right on the water’s edge. Toka Leya’s sparkling infinity pool invites deep relaxation, while the spacious sundeck doubles as a romantic private dining venue. The convivial fire deck for night-time gatherings completes a well-rounded guest experience.

Day 8 - Livingstone

There are numerous activities available for you to enjoy. Included are tours of the Falls, cruises, fishing game drives, Rhino walks, and township visits. It is best to speak to the hotel staff to work out how much you can fit in to your stay. (BLD)

Day 9 - Wilderness Zimbabwe

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Livingstone Airport for your onward arrangements. (B)

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Nestled discreetly beneath a grove of false mopane trees, the remote Davison’s is found in the private Linkwasha Concession – one of the most prolific wildlife areas in Hwange National Park.

Situated on a large private concession in the heart of the Zambezi Valley’s Mana Pools National Park, Ruckomechi looks out from the banks of the mighty Zambezi River.

The perfect place to start, or end, your African safari. The interior design draws inspiration from the waters, wildlife and tranquillity of the Zambezi.

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Choosing Safaris: Private Conservancies or National Parks?

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A safari trip is always a lifetime experience. These are the key differences between private conservancies and national parks.

I will never get bored of doing a safari. This is one of the most beautiful travel experiences there is, and no matter which safari country I visit or which park I decide to go to, going on a safari always feels like the very first time.

Masai Mara, Serengeti, Kruger, or Etosha. These are all safari hotspots to visit. However, while there are sections that have public access to the national park, other premises inside the park are fully secluded from tourism and are protected by privates. These are called conservancies, and when you do a safari, you get the option to decide if you want to visit a private conservancy or stay at the public premises of the national park.

Photographing elephants from a bunker

I visited the Zimbabwean private conservancies at Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park that belong to Wilderness. This is one of the oldest safari companies in the world, and unlike most safari operators you will find, they only operate on their own private conservancies all around Africa.

Yes, visiting a private conservancy is expensive, very expensive! Still, I want to break down my experience with Wilderness and give a detailed guide on what is the biggest difference between visiting a private conservancy and the public areas of a national park.

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Arrival on a wilderness air flight in Zimbabwe

Private Conservancies: Intimate Encounters

A safari trip is already an exclusive experience for many people, yet one of the most rewarding experiences in a lifetime. People from all over the world flock to the key parks of Africa to experience this, and sometimes, overtourism might affect this magical moment.

Private conservancies offer an intimate and exclusive setting for wildlife enthusiasts seeking encounters with Africa’s iconic species. With limited visitor numbers, these conservancies provide a sense of seclusion, allowing for unobstructed views of wildlife without the crowds.

Flexibility and Off-Road Adventures

One of the defining features of private conservancies is the flexibility in safari activities. Unlike national parks, conservancies often allow off-road excursions, granting you the opportunity to track elusive predators or follow the path of a majestic elephant. This flexibility ensures a personalized and immersive wildlife experience.

a lion eating from a prey in Mana Pools National Park

Immersive Luxury: Accommodations in Harmony with Nature

Beyond the wildlife, private reserves often boast luxurious accommodations seamlessly integrated into the natural surroundings. Picture yourself staying in a safari lodge, where the line between your room and the wilderness blurs. This immersive experience enhances the overall journey, offering comfort without compromising on the thrill of being in the heart of untamed landscapes.

Private conservancies are not huge Hilton resorts or Marriott lodges. Wilderness camps, for example, adapt their architecture to the environment in ways I didn’t expect. Colors, design, and the whole idea of being in the wild get fully embraced by them.

In such a unique environment, it was normal to have elephants drinking water from our pool or observing hippos roaming just a few meters away from our balconies.

The waterhole in front of Wilderness Linkwasha in Hwange National Park is one of the best I've ever seen.

Conservation at its Core

Supporting local conservation efforts is an inherent aspect of private conservancies. Many operate with a commitment to preserving the natural habitat and wildlife, contributing to the sustainability of ecosystems. By choosing a private conservancy, you actively participate in conservation initiatives, making your safari an ethical and impactful journey.

For example, Wilderness supports several projects all across Africa that focus on the conservation of endangered species. Every safari camp from Wilderness has books and information about these projects and how your visit is supporting wildlife to survive.

Inside a Wilderness Camp

National Parks: Grandeur on a Grand Scale

National parks characterize the vastness and grandeur of Africa’s untamed landscapes. These protected areas showcase an abundance of wildlife in these unique ecosystems. There is nothing like the first time you can get a feeling of how vast Serengeti is.

If your safari dreams involve witnessing the sheer scale of the animal kingdom in its natural habitat, your budget plays a big role in the decision you make, and you don’t mind having a few dozens cars on the peak times around you; a national park may be your ideal choice.

Iconic Landmarks and Diverse Habitats

National parks are the epitome of vast, untouched landscapes, showcasing the magic of Africa’s diverse ecosystems. If your safari dream involves witnessing the sheer scale of the animal kingdom in its natural habitat, a national park might be your ideal choice. These protected areas are expansive, providing a canvas for nature to paint its most magnificent portraits.

Viewing some elephants at Mana Pools National Park

Landmarks, Diversity, and Dramatic Habitats

National parks are often home to iconic landmarks and a variety of ecosystems. From the endless plains of the Serengeti to the lush wetlands of the Okavango Delta, each park unfolds a different chapter in the story of the wild. The sheer diversity of habitats ensures a dynamic safari experience, offering a mix of landscapes and wildlife encounters.

Infrastructure and Accessibility: A Seamless Safari Experience

National parks come with established infrastructure, making your safari experience more structured and accessible. Accommodations range from comfortable lodges to well-maintained campsites. Ranger-guided tours and maintained roads enhance ease of exploration, providing a smooth and comprehensive safari adventure.

Conservation on a Grand Scale

Preserving the immense landscapes within national parks is a monumental task. These areas are vital for the conservation of entire ecosystems and the protection of numerous species. Visiting a national park contributes directly to these conservation efforts, ensuring that these vast, untouched spaces remain sanctuaries for wildlife.

Photographing the sunset in Mana Pools Zimbabwe

Choosing Your Wild Journey: What Feels Right for You?

Personal experience in a private reserve or are you enticed by the vast landscapes of national parks? It all comes down to what makes your heart beat faster.

If you love the idea of having the wild all to yourself, where fewer people mean more personal wildlife moments, then a private reserve is your scene. Imagine tracking animals off the regular paths, following them on their journeys, and making a real impact on nature conservation while you’re at it.

On the flip side, if you’re all about big, untouched landscapes and seeing a bit of everything, a national park might be more your vibe. These places have iconic landmarks, diverse habitats, and everything set up nice and easy for you – from comfy stays to guided tours.

Read more: How to plan a trip to Victoria Falls

Arrival at the private airstrip from Wilderness Safaris

Would I go to a private conservancy again?

Yes! My trip to Zimbabwe with Wilderness was a dreamlike experience. It was a luxurious trip I can imagine people doing on their honeymoon or a very special date. The attention to detail and the service of this company made me feel completely different. After doing over 50 safaris in 10 African countries, this was by far one of the most memorable trips.

If you want to learn more about Wilderness , their projects and their products, check out their website and get in touch with one of their agents.

Read more: All you need to know about Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe

Breakfast at Wilderness Camp in Mana Pools

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 Wilderness Air began operating in 1991, with one aircraft based in Botswana servicing two camps in the Okavango Delta. Today, Wilderness Air is also based in Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, operating over 26 aircraft and employing over 40 pilots. Throughout its time, it has maintained a reputation for steadfast operations and excellent guest service.

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    Embark on a captivating journey into the heart of Zimbabwe's most iconic national parks and wilderness areas on this authentic safari experience. Beginning with a scenic flight from Victoria Falls Airport to Hwange National Park, you'll be immersed in the vast landscapes and abundant wildlife of this renowned reserve.

  19. Choosing Safaris: Private Conservancies or National Parks?

    Yes! My trip to Zimbabwe with Wilderness was a dreamlike experience. It was a luxurious trip I can imagine people doing on their honeymoon or a very special date. The attention to detail and the service of this company made me feel completely different. After doing over 50 safaris in 10 African countries, this was by far one of the most ...

  20. Wilderness Air (PTY) LTD

    Wilderness Air is privileged to fly into some of the most pristine wilderness areas in the world. We believe that flying is an integral part of each guest's travel experience and that our pilots' passion and professionalism can make a genuine contribution to journeys that change lives. phone. +264 61 255735. fax. +264 61 274580.

  21. Our Luxury African Safari Camps

    Explore pristine, untamed Africa. From the waterways of Botswana's Okavango Delta, to the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, the wild rivers and savannah of Zambia and Zimbabwe, the vast desert beauty of Namibia, and the lush rainforests of Rwanda, Wilderness brings you here. Explore our collective of camps in 8 African countries, and ...

  22. Wilderness Safaris Zimbabwe Pvt Ltd

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