The package is more focused on the great Wildlife Sanctuaries of Southern Africa countries and you will get a chance to experience one of the best wildlife sanctuaries of the top tourist destinations such as Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Established in 1988, this lush oasis began as a family owned home with 38 rooms – the lodge has since been under the same ownership. Eighteen years later, Palmwood continues to exist with exponential growth, expanding to reach to guests from both within Zambia and all over the world. Only a 26 minute drive from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, visitors enjoy Palmwood Lodge’s hospitality, personalized service and exquisite atmosphere, taking them to a paradise far away from life at home.
An oasis within the busy Zambian capital, Lusaka, this beautiful lodge makes it easy to escape the noise. Though Palmwood is centrally located, 5 hectares of lush garden, different tree types and exotic flowers makes this easy to forget.
With our additional amenities aiming to make your stay that much more relaxing, we are positive you will get the ultimate Zambian countryside experience you deserve.
Included at Palmwood Lodge in Lusaka
• 1 night Accommodation
• Full English breakfast
On this day, your driver will pick you from the lodge and hit the road from Lusaka to Livingstone. This is the most interesting road transfer as you will pass through local villages with different cultures where you should feel free to stop to interact with the villagers and probably take some pictures
Fun and lively, the Victoria Falls Waterfront is the perfect place to stay when you are looking for centrally located, yet affordable Livingstone accommodation.
The Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge has long been known as the heart of Livingstone, Victoria Falls Zambia. Only four kilometres from the areas main attraction, the Victoria Falls, the resort is ideally positioned to take advantage of the many activities that are on offer in the area. The Waterfront resort offers great facilities including a restaurant and bar where many sundowners have been enjoyed from the deck whilst overlooking the Zambezi River and Siloka Island.
Sundowners on the Zambezi River are an essential start to a holiday in Victoria Falls. Each day the HMV Makumbi, the party boat of note, departs from the Waterfront jetty for a sunset cruise up the Zambezi, which includes all drinks and snacks, returning as night falls.
The Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge Facilities
Affordable Vic Falls accommodation
Only 4 kms from the Victoria Falls, Zambia
Located on the Zambezi River
Restaurant & Bar
Sunset cruise daily & Internet café
Wonderful place from which to do activities
Enjoy fantastic pizzas at the restaurant
Why stay at Victoria Falls Waterfront?
Watch amazing African sunsets from the deck
Value for money accommodation on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is one of the most compelling sites in the world, this cascading column of sheer energy powers its way down a 100m chasm, taking your breath away, as you gaze in awe mesmerized by its strength and incredible beauty. As you captivate this famous wonder you will be completely enthralled to see and feel “The Smoke that Thunders.”
The Tour Guides will ensure that the best photographic opportunities are indicated, whilst mesmerizing the clients with historical and current information, as well as details on the flora, fauna, bird & wildlife and other related issues on this World Heritage Site. Raincoats are provided when needed.
2.5 hours depending on how much time clients want to spend taking photos and admiring the spectacular views. Also note that there is a Café in the Rainforest and clients can take time out to have something to drink / eat before walking out of the Rainforest.
On this day, your driver will pick you early in the morning for your full day exploring Chobe National Park in Botswana. This will be an amazing and lifetime experience of your trip.
We cruise on the Chobe River every morning and afternoon in our custom-built photo boats helping clients, of all levels of photographic experience, top get the most amazing photographs. If you don't have a big fancy camera don't worry as you will be supplied with one which is included in the price and the photo guide on-board will show you how to use it. At the end of the cruise, you will be presented with the 8gig memory card from the camera with all of your images. Drinks and snacks are served on-board during the cruise.
• National Park fees
• Bottled water
• Professional photographer guide
• Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
• River cruise
This tour takes you to a Namibia island across the Chobe River from Botswana
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR
- discover local trees in this island
The guide will explain their medicinal use and those edibles how they are prepared
- visit village and experience how the local people live, their day-to-day activities
Also you will be able to see their local equipment’s and their use.
For those with energy, you can walk up to the end of the island to view the four countries of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe by climbing the baobab tree.
Transfer from Livingstone to Chobe Safari Lodge
Pick up by boat from Chobe Safari Lodge jetty to Kasane immigration habour
Clear immigration out of Botswana
Transfer by boat to Impalila Island
Arrive Impalila Island
Take a walk to the Impalila immigration
Clear immigration into Namibia
Depart on tour
Lunch will be provided – A LA CARTE MENU
Clear Immigration out of Namibia
Walk to the harbour and board the boat to Kasane Immigration harbour
Clear immigration into Botswana
Transfer by boat to Chobe Safari Lodge jetty
Transfer from Chobe Safari lodge to Livingstone
Taking approximately one hour this amazing experience is a great addition to Victoria Falls - Africa’s adventure capital.
You may even be lucky enough to experience a stalk on some of the wildlife species. Wild animals are dangerous, so listen to the guides. No leashes or collars the pride runs freely with you through the bush. Guests may even be lucky enough to experience the young cubs on a stalk on some of the wildlife species that occur in the wild.
The Following Gear Is Recommended:
¨ Sunblock - Binoculars - Cameras - ¨ Personal Medication -
¨ Glasses or Sunglasses -Insect Repellent - Comfortable walking / Hiking shoes
• Feel the freedom that these amazing cats enjoy in the wild.
• You will have the opportunity to walk, interact and observe the cubs in their natural environment.
• Learn many interesting facts about the lions from your professional guide who has been around these African cats for most of his life.
• Watch the cubs in awe as they climb the trees to a surprising height and share in the humour at their indecisiveness as they contemplate their trip back down again
• Remember - you are not taking the lions for a walk … the lions are allowing you to be part of their pride for a while; providing one of the most awesome, truly wild adventures you will not find anywhere
• Enjoy the spine tingly thrill of your first encounter as the lion’s brush past you, zigzagging between your legs as they move to take the lead
The Lion King Boat Cruise takes place along the river boundary of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. During the cruise, guests are likely to see hippos, crocodile and some good birdlife. Possible other game sightings are elephant, giraffe, buffalo and buck (although sightings cannot be guaranteed). An experienced guide accompanies each cruise who has good knowledge on the wildlife and local history of the area.
• National Park Fees
• Drinks and snacks served throughout the sunset cruise
• Snack are served on the Lion King
• Return transfers from hotels within Livingstone
• Also available are the following excursions:
• 1 ½ hour Breakfast Cruise – requires a minimum of 10 pax
• Includes limited drinks and breakfast
• 1 ½ hours Lunch cruise – requires a minimum of 15 pax
• Includes a buffet lunch and limited drinks
On this day being your last day in Livingstone, your driver will pick you from the lodge and hit the road from Livingstone to Lusaka. This is the most interesting road transfer as you will pass through local villages with different cultures where you should feel free to stop to interact with the villagers and probably take some pictures.
This marks the end of your safari trip -