Unravelled Zimbabwe, the special story of the Kariba dam and Nyaminyami, the magnificent Victoria falls and Hwange Safari National park.

Arriving in Harare, Zimbabwe, after welcoming greetings, a quick check in the hotel, then start to discover the country with a visit at a local association of stone carving artists, the shona modern art that is influenced by the traditional old beliefs. by meeting the artists and their work you have the chance to grasp the country’s story from their point of view.

Return to the hotel for dinner.

Starting the day with an early continental breakfast, and heading out to Harare Domestic Airport for your flight to Kariba.

When arriving in Kariba, you will head out for a historical tour interacted with the local’s beliefs as Nyaminyami, the river God story and its impact on the dam, the largest man-made lake, with big animal rescue operations due to the water rise.

Returning to the hotel for lunch, and spend a magical evening on a sunset cruise.

With a morning safari game drive, deep in the Zimbabwe bush which is backwoods, to visualize the dam’s implication to the wildlife.


Due to the surprises the day will bring, you have the chance to sight elephants, impala, and rich fauna.


Afternoon, you will have the chance to explore the wildlife from the lakeside with the safari cruise. An incredible view of animals drinking, bathing at the great lake. Enjoying sunset drinks on the lake shore, and dinner at the hotel.


* Optional to do sport tiger fishing, which is famous in this area, with additional cost.

After breakfast, transfer to Kariba airport for your domestic flight. Arrive at Victoria Falls Airport and embark on a two hours drive in the countryside passing through local villages along the way.

After lunch, you will enjoy an open game drive into the African Bush, Hwange national park. A teak forest with a combination of wide planes and bush savannah. It provides a refuge for over 100 species of mammals, birdlife is abundant with over 400 species recorded within the park. Most known for its elephant population throught to be one of the largest in the world. the park is also a home to one of africa rarest safari animals, including the african wild dog, the brown hyena, and critically endangered black rhino.

With a packed lunch into the park for a full day game drive, while the rangers are tracking animals and you will enjoy the beautiful scenery surrounding the animals. The park is one of the real places with a diverse selection of animals, guaranteed sightings and minimal crowds. There is plenty of room to curve out your own space and really connect with nature.

Anticipating what the new day will reveal in the last morning farewell early morning game walk safari in the bush with a professional armed guide.

In the hotel Learn about the Vulture conservation in the area, followed by lunch on the terrace.

Later, explore the area with a wonderful cruise down the Zambezi River where there might be a chance to see some wildlife such as elephant, hippo and crocodile. Dinner overlooking the waterhole at the hotel restaurant.

starting the day discovering the mighty victoria falls, the largest sheet of falling water in the planet and one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

With a nice walk through the main viewing points that offers a breathtaking panorama of the plummeting water and the rainbows that hang suspended above the chasm. Finishing with a view of the famous Victoria Falls Bridge while you enjoy lunch at the Lookout Cafe with a magnificent view over the river.

In the late afternoon the Bamba Tram takes you on a leisurely journey into the wilderness, with sunset cocktails at the wildlife rich Chamabonda Vlei.

Breakfast at leisure before heading off for a canoeing excursion on the Zambezi River, one of the longest rivers in Africa. seeing a different experience of the river and wildlife. After stopping for snacks, continue up the river before returning to the hotel on your shuttle.

Afternoon visiting an authentic village for interaction with the locals daily life. learn about traditional medicine, art and house building.

Early morning driving to visit Elephant Sanctuary, where you will have an opportunity to interact with orphaned elephants and learn more about these gentle giants with their composite social life.

This will be followed by breakfast before you return to your hotel.

Enjoy lunch in town at the local bruiry and after a short rest go shopping in the market and

to pick up some last-minute souvenirs.

Finishing the holiday to Zimbabwe with The Boma Dinner & Drum Show, featuring a sumptuous buffet as well as traditional entertainment and drumming

A farewell breakfast, head out to Victoria falls international airport for your flight back home.

Some extreme activities you can add around Victoria falls:

The Flying Fox, Bungee Jumping, The Gorge Swing, Helicopter Flight of the Angels, Wine Tasting at The Victoria Falls Wine Experience, Horse Riding in the National Park and many more.