Botswana Mobile Safari, the Victoria Falls and Luxurious Mozambique

What a combination in this itinerary! In my opinion, a mobile safari is the best way to truly experience the African bush and its wildlife, and this one visits three of the prime areas of Botswana, which is arguably the greatest country for safari enthusiasts.

But not only that – after a week under canvas you will be transferred across the border into Zimbabwe for a couple of nights in wonderful Victoria Falls. You must of course visit the Falls themselves, but there is so much more to do – high tea or a G&T at the legendary Victoria Falls Hotel or craft beer at the River Brewing Company. Take a trip to the elephant sanctuary to see the work being done to help these gentle giants and take a sunset cruise on the Zambezi. Or – if high adrenaline is your thing – you can bungee off the bridge, take a gorge swing or raft the white-water rapids. A helicopter ride is recommended to really appreciate the size of the Falls and there are many other activities available – but nobody will judge you for taking it easy.

After a one-night stay at a Johannesburg airport hotel (necessary due to flight timings) you leave the next day for a week of utter relaxation at one of the premier resorts in Mozambique – asDunas Lodge. Kick off your shoes, feel the sand between your toes and lounge in the warm sun – or try your hand at fishing, watersports or diving – the choice is yours.

Join Me in Zimbabwe in May 2025!

A unique adventure through Africa’s untamed beauty in May 2025. On this 9-night itinerary we will start with a stay in Victoria Falls and then explore two world-renowned areas of wonderful Zimbabwe: Hwange National Park and Lake Kariba.

Staying at two legendary camps, Bomani and Musango, we will get to experience the thrill of the wilderness in two very different ways.

“This small-group safari, limited to just six guests, is designed to ensure a truly immersive adventure for those with limited time but very high expectations.” – Andy Higgs

Get your comprehensive free guide to planning the trip of a lifetime

Subscribe for help and advice on planning an adventure you will never forget, starting with my free 40+ page guide to planning your African adventure. Unsubscribe with 1 click at any time.