Today, we break camp and head out of Savuti, north toward the Chobe River. This journey can be
described as following David Livingstone's route as he travelled to the Victoria Falls. Along the way, we pass
the Teak and Mahogany forests as well as some of the many villages found in this region of Botswana. For
lunch, we stop in the shade of the Umbrella Thorn Acacias before re entering the Park at Ngoma gate. The
afternoon is spent on game drive and we arrive in camp that evening for a how shower and dinner. The
following day is spent discovering the Chobe River by both vehicle and boat. The Chobe offers the highest
density of Elephants in the world. Here we get to witness this ancient mammalian society at close range.
A last early morning game drive before crossing the border into Zimbabwe. We travel by road to the Victoria
Falls, known as "The smoke that thunders" by the local Batonka tribe. There are numerous activities to be
enjoyed apart from visiting the Falls. Bungee jumping, white water rafting, canoeing, microlight, helicopter and
fixed wing flights over the Falls, tribal dancing, elephant back rides, casinos, golf courses and the rest. We
camp in a public campsite and because of all the activities available, lunch & dinner are for your own account.
A morning at leisure to enjoy bargaining at the arts & crafts village before transferring to the airport.
End of your safari.