Journey to two of the most remote and untamed wilderness areas in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Rivers And Ruins safari starts in Hwange National Park, the largest wilderness area in Zimbabwe.
Hwange is renowned for its diverse habitats, abundant wildlife sightings and fantastic birding and is home to some of Africa’s biggest ‘Tuskers’ which can be seen roaming the vast open plains of the park.
Mana Pools National park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site flanking the mighty Zambezi River. This park is breathtakingly picturesque and incredibly rich in wildlife. The presence of the river offers guests a diverse range of activities which include boat cruises, tiger fishing, canoeing, walking safari and game drives.
May – November
Two venues – Bumbusi Wilderness Camp & Vundu Camp
2 – 10 people
.National park fees
.Return airstrip transfers
., premium drinks and vehicle entry feesPremium drinks and vehicle entry fees
Day 1 -4: 3 nights Bumbusi Wilderness Camp, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Your safari will begin in Victoria Falls, a charter flight will transport you to the North-Eastern part of the park for 4 nights at the remote and authentic Bumbusi Wilderness Camp.
The camp offers an exceptionally unique experience in a reclaimed corner of Hwange National Park where the various gorges, drainage lines and hills are perfect for safari lovers who like to explore a region on foot.
What you will love about Bumbusi Wilderness Camp
DIVERSE WALKING SAFARIS: Walk the drainage lines, gorges and hills of this stunning and remote part of National Park
AN EVERGREEN CAMP OASIS: The lush green lawns and densely shaded trees of camp provide is an oasis for guests and wildlife alike
HISTORICAL CARVINGS: An added dimension to the safari experience is the ancient rock carvings located a short walk from camp.
Day 5 – 9: 4 nights Vundu Camp, Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe
After breakfast, you will depart for Robins airstrip to catch your charter flight to Mana Pools National Park. Vundu Camp is an owner-run and managed camp located in a private concession, in the heart of the park.
The Camp is set underneath a shady forest of riverine trees on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, giving guests beautiful sweeping views of the floodplains.
While staying at Vundu Camp, you are ensured of excellent hospitality, diverse activities, excellent standards of guiding and abundant wildlife sightings.
Intimate Wildlife Encounters: Up close personal encounters with wildlife on foot is unique to a safari in Mana Pools
Private and Remote Setting: A small intimate camp on a private concession means you are guaranteed an exclusive and remote safari experience.
River & Land Based Activities: The permanent river setting combined with the game-rich acacia forests of Mana Pools offers for a diverse range of activities.