Travel to zimbabwe from south africa

Africa backpacking solo for 8 months

All about South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana Honeymoon.We will start the trip in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. From here we will head towards Kruger Park, taking the opportunity to enjoy the scenery of the Mpumalanga province on the way.

In the Kruger Park we will go on several safaris in search of the animals that inhabit its territory. Our next destination will be Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa, where we will make a panoramic tour and then head to Cape Town.

In Cape Town, in addition to enjoying its beaches, we will be able to do other activities such as visiting the Cape of Good Hope, wine tasting in one of the oldest wineries in South Africa or visiting Seal Island.

Our next destination will be Victoria Falls where we can visit the Victoria Falls and take a cruise on the Zambezi River. Afterwards we will head to Chobe National Park where we can enjoy 4×4 safaris.

Travel to Zimbabwe – Exploring Africa

Leaving the city of Johannesburg behind, we venture into the Central Kalahari and interact with the San (Bushmen) people, who will reveal their many secrets of survival in the Kalahari Desert.  We then head to Maun in Botswana for our Okavango Delta experience, a must for any traveler wishing to experience Botswana, as well as the Moremi Reserve.  We will head to Chobe National Park, where we will cruise down the river to enjoy the sunset while watching elephants playing in the river just a few meters away.  We cross the border into Zimbabwe and travel the short distance to Victoria Falls, which will impress us with the majestic and awe-inspiring spectacle of the Zambezi River rushing over the falls.

Ideal if you are traveling alone and want to join a group, or you are a couple, a small group of friends, or a family, but you are happy to meet new people and make travel friendships. The fun and safety guaranteed by group travel in Africa are worth mentioning. It is also a good opportunity to practice and improve our English.

Somewhere between Mozambique and Zimbabwe

The Okavango Route is a genuine African adventure in one of the most amazing and exciting destinations in the world. A complete journey that combines the most breathtaking landscapes: the historic port of Cape Town, the Namib Desert and its giant ochre dunes, the rock formations of Spitzkoppe, the wilderness of Damaraland, the lushness of the Okavango Delta and the spectacular Victoria Falls.

With a fascinating diversity and cultural richness: the Himba semi-nomadic shepherds and their red bodies, the Herero women and their traditional dresses or the Bushmen, ancient hunter-gatherer people; in addition to the German influence of Swakopmund without forgetting the incredible cultural offer of Cape Town.

We will also discover the best wildlife sanctuaries: Gaansbay the ‘great white shark capital of the world’, the sea lion colony at Cape Cross, the desert elephants in the Torra region, the Etosha NP famous for its rhinos and predators; the birds, hippos, crocodiles of the Okavango Delta and the Chobe NP, the park with the highest concentration of elephants in the world.

Stage 7 – South Africa – Madagascar (Round the World Tour)

Price GuaranteeThanks to our great relationship with suppliers and immense volume of business we are able to get the best rates for all of Eastern and Southern Africa. We are so confident in our prices that if you find a better deal elsewhere, we are willing to match it.Recommendations from our expertsAfrica is our home and we have traveled more than anyone else through it. We have slept in its beds, tasted its food, met its people and enjoyed its wildlife. All this several times and in different ways.

Thanks to our great relationship with suppliers and immense volume of business we are able to get the best rates for all of East and Southern Africa. We are so confident in our prices that if you find a better offer elsewhere, we are willing to match it. Recommendations from our experts

Africa is our home and we’ve traveled through it more than anyone else. We have slept in its beds, tasted its food, met its people and enjoyed its wildlife. All this several times and in different ways.

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