Exceptional value pricing for your exclusive group (from 2-6 people). This flying safari visits Hwange and Mana Pools (open May-November). Your guides are the finest in Africa! Activities include game drives, canoeing and guided walks.
An AAC signature safari discovering the “hidden gems” of Zimbabwe. Enjoy walking safaris and canoeing in Mana Pools with visiting the San Bushmen rock art in Malilangwe. Highlight is luxurious Singita Pamushana!
Flying safari to Hwange, Mana Pools (open May-Nov) and magnificent Victoria Falls. Stay in permanent tented camps. True adventure activities include game drives, game viewing by boat (canoeing is seasonal), and morning walks.
This itinerary offers the ultimate family safari as you travel to three diverse areas including Victoria Falls with the Upper Zambezi, Hwange and the cultural site of Matobo Hills. Opportunity to participate in a day or two of voluntourism projects.
This AWARD WINNING safari was selected in National Geographic Traveler Magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime" and operates as an exclusive group with up to 6 persons per departure. We personally know your guides Nic Polenakis, Dave Carsons and Nick Murray who are leading the trips. We have combined the active game viewing ventures of walking, canoeing, walking and game drives. Departures: Jun 07, Jul 12, Aug 02, Aug 15, Aug 28, Sep 20
Travel to three areas of Zimbabwe focusing on two World Heritage sites, Mana Pools and Matobo Hills. You are staying in smaller accommodations that we feel will offer some of our most intimate guiding experiences as they are all owner-run.
The unique trip combines magnificent ecological surroundings coupled with the nature of the local communities around Matobo and Hwange. A VolunTourism trip implies that there is a tourism element combined with local communities, conservation projects and a traditional safari.
Victoria Falls is approximately 5600 feet wide, twice the height of Niagara Falls, and one and one half times as wide. It is divided into five separate waterfalls: Devil's Cataract, Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls and Eastern Cataract, ranging in height from 200-355 feet.
This award winning safari was selected in National Geographic Traveler Magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime" and operates as an exclusive group with up to 6 persons per departure. We personally know your guides Nic Polenakis, Dave Carsons and Nick Murray who are leading the trips. We have combined the active game viewing ventures of walking in Northern and southeastern Hwange and canoeing, walking and game drives in Mana Pools. Departures: Canoeing start days are Monday or Thursday – MAY – NOVEMBER
We have been supporting the Children in the Wilderness Community project for over 8 years where you are based outside Hwange National Park at Ziga School, Zimbabwe. Your time is spent assisting in the classroom teaching English, enhancing the computer curriculum, and helping with school projects like building education & health facilities in and around the local community. A perfect place to spend a few days volunteering with family and friends.
Spend eight days in Mana Pools participating with the Bushlife Conservancy who directly make a difference with local conservation and anti-poaching teams in the park. Donating your days, you will participate in tracking rare wild dog and record elephant sightings. Supporting their ongoing work with the Painted Dog Research Progam, you will contribute to raising awareness of a fascinating ecosystem and see firsthand for yourself the importance of conservation.
On our Mother Africa Voluntourism trip to Zimbabwe, you will spend 8 days on this project which arises from the truly magnificent ecological surroundings. The community project will be spent helping out in the villages, schools and orphanage near Matobo Hills, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe is also a country rich in wildlife and a further few days will be spent in the conservation field of Hwange National Park.
Zimbabwe has excellent and well-maintained parks and reserves. Many safari camps offer high-quality personalized guiding, and the country boasts the greatest variety of methods to view wildlife in Africa. You can view game by open vehicle during the day and at night, walk with a licensed guide in all game parks and take boating excursions; other activities include canoeing, kayaking and white- water rafting on the Zambezi River. Accommodations vary from small lodges to fixed tented camps, mobile tented safaris and remote wilderness houseboats.