The 2020 Southern Africa Safari will combine with the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
All private road transfers within Africa
Driver/guides on safari
Road transfers between camps
Light aircraft flights between camps
2 nights at Eagle Island Lodge: All Meals, Private Daily Activities, Park Fees, House Drinks (excluding some premium drinks), Laundry
2 nights at Savute Elephant Lodge: All Meals, Private Daily Activities, Park Fees, House Drinks (excluding some premium drinks), and Laundry
3 nights at Khwai River Lodge: All meals, Private Daily Activities, Park Fees, House Drinks (excluding some premium drinks), and Laundry
2 nights at The Victoria Falls Hotel: Breakfast and Dinner, Lunch on June 21, Private Sunset Cruise inclusive of drinks and snacks, Private Tour of Victoria Falls
What's Not Included
International flights (to the first camp, and out of the last camp)
Zimbabwe Visa (purchase upon arrival)
Gratuities to safari camps staff, guides and drivers
Anything else not mentioned above
* * Fuel charges, taxes, increases in air fare and permits are not under our control. We do our best to anticipate these costs in advance, but we respectfully advise that prices can change based on market fluctuation.
These deluxe rooms are situated in the stand-alone Stables Signature Wing with a view of the front lawns or lush courtyard. These rooms are furnished in a modern style with a bygone feel. Bathrooms incorporate luxury world-class amenities, Victorian bath tub with large separate walk-in showers and...
These deluxe rooms are situated in the stand-alone Stables Signature Wing...
Flooded with light by day, our safari accommodation is indulgently cosy at night. Unwind in the soothing grey interior, punctuated by flashes of deep gold. Or stretch out on the oversized bed, framed by a stunning copper headboard. Best of all, each tented room boasts its own plunge pool and...
Flooded with light by day, our safari accommodation is indulgently cosy at...
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