The Wildest African Wildlife Safari
Forgo the “so-called” known and popular, and go for an African wildlife safari for an unforgettable experience on the wild side. Journey into Africa can make your dreams come true as we offer both packaged and custom-made deals that will keep you coming back. Select the 5-day packaged tour if you prefer an organized and well-planned vacation that could include adventurous activities in your free time. Alternatively, you can sit down and plan your own safari with us. We understand that many tourists travel on a budget, so, you decide how much you want to spend on the tour and we’ll arrange an ideal option for you.
You can use an African wildlife safari to the Victoria Falls to liberally enjoy both the wildlife and unique scenery that come with visiting this spectacle of falling water. Apart from the fact that the falls is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and is in itself a fantastic spectacle, the Zambezi River also offers adrenalin-rushing white water rafting. A helicopter trip over the falls puts the wider area into perspective as you can see the entire area encompassing the falls, river and bushes.
From there, you can cross the border into Botswana and the Chobe National Park where you can go on a hiking safari and encounter various types of wildlife. Expert guides are at hand to point out the various predators, types of antelope and much more. An African wildlife safari to Chobe means lots of elephants, a majestic sight of herd-upon-herd, but also buffalo, lions, hippo and crocodile. A trip on the river in a dug-out Canoe is also recommended. Game drives are on offer and an early morning, afternoon or night drive can be selected.
Botswana’s drier parts can be found in the Central Kalahari Park or the Makgadikgadi salt pans, which are still frequented by guests annually. African wildlife safaris to these parts require the use of 4X4 vehicles as it tends to be very sandy. The Nxai salt pan in the Makgadikgadi draws large numbers of zebra on occasion and is also home to Baobab trees in certain spots. These trees are truly an amazing sight to behold – they grow for hundreds of years, albeit slowly, and can reach remarkable sizes of up to 30m in height with trunk diameters of up to 11m.
For nature at its best and the wildest African wildlife safari designed around your preferences or packaged for your convenience, contact Journey into Africa.
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