Please ensure to meet your travel guide a night prior to the scheduled departure date at Dzimbahwe Lodge reception.

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    • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking so as to see subject of availability.
    • Our vehicles are not wheelchair accessible
  • Maximum Number Of Passengers

    6

  • Minimum Number Of Passengers

    2

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Taking part in an adventure tour in Africa involves covering hundreds or thousands of kilometers and our tours are as much about this journey as they are about the destinations we visit. Use your time during these drives to talk to your fellow travelers, have a drink and take note of the world passing by your window. During this tour all you need to do is to take your watch off, sit back and enjoy the exquisite landscape of Africa.

Day 1 – Victoria Falls

Upon arrival at the Victoria Falls International Airport or at the Victoria Falls Border you will be met by an Exec Africa Travel and Tours guide and you will be transferred to your chosen lodge. Our tour starting point will be situated in Victoria Falls and the starting time will be 15:00hrs. You will finish your day with a spectacular sunset cruise on the Zambezi River.

  • Accommodation : Dzimbahwe Lodge
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
  • Meals : Dinner
  • Included Activity : Sunset cruise on the Zambezi River
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 2 – Victoria Falls

After breakfast we enjoy a walking tour of the Victoria Falls. You will stop at various vantage points to view the Falls and walk through the rain forest whilst witnessing the rainbows and feeling the spray and thundering noise of water falling into the gorge. The rest of your afternoon will be spent at leisure where you can book one of many activities with your guide.

  • Accommodation :  Dzimbahwe Lodge
  • Facilities :  Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route :  Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
  • Meals :  Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : Visit to the Victoria Falls National Park
  • Optional Activity : White water rafting | Canoeing | Helicopter flight over the Falls | Historical bridge tour | Bungee jumping | Gorge swing

Day 3 – Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park

This morning after having our hearty breakfast we then make the journey south to Hwange National Park. Home to the big-5, Hwange National Park also offers a wide variety of plains, game and birdlife. We swap to open safari vehicles today and make our way into the famed Hwange National Park which is situated in the far west of the country. Hwange lies in the incredible belt of Africa, spreading out into the neighbouring Botswana hence permitting animals (elephants in particular) to wonder freely between Hwange and Chobe National Parks. Aside from elephants, this park is home to more than 100 mammal species including Africa’s Big 5 (made up of leopard, lion, elephant, rhino and buffalo), as well as plenty of giraffe, cheetah and the brown hyena. The reserve is also famous for its high concentration of Wild(painted) dogs. Sadly, the numbers of these creatures are decreasing but recently conservation efforts have been made a much higher priority.

  • Accommodation : Miombo Safari Lodge
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) to Hwange National Park
  • Meals : Breakfast & Dinner
  • Included Activity : Afternoon Game drive
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 4 – Hwange National Park

Early in the morning you will have an early morning game drive in the Hwange National Park. Tea and coffee is served before the game drive or during the game drive. After the game drive, you will have your full breakfast at around 09:30hrs to 10:00hrs and that’s the best time to see the big cats like lions, leopards and cheetahs. Late in the afternoon you will embark on an afternoon game drive.

  • Accommodation : Miombo Safari Lodge
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Hwange National Park
  • Meals : Breakfast & Dinner
  • Included Activity : Early morning & Afternoon Game drive
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 5 – Hwange National Park to Bulawayo (Matopos National Park)

After breakfast we depart for Bulawayo which is the second largest city in Zimbabwe with wide tree lined streets and is surrounded by beautiful parks. Within the city there are many examples of early Victorian buildings which are maintained by the Bulawayo City Council as heritage sites. Upon arrival, we check in at our lodge then after checking in, half of the day will be spent exploring the Matopos National Park with a local guide. The Matobo Hills are sculpted by the strong winds in the area and are the site of various intriguing Bushman paintings. This park contains an exceptional cultural and spiritual significance to the indigenous people populating this region. The reserve contains the highest population of leopard and black eagle in the world, so we make sure to keep our eyes peeled for these magnificent animals. The park received recognition as a UNESCO natural World Heritage Site in 2003 and includes an intensive protection zone that is home to both Black and White Rhinoceros. Named after the Ndebele word “Matobo “, whose meaning “bald heads” refers to the rounded granite hills that surround it. We return to Bulawayo and our overnight stop for the night.

  • Accommodation : Banff Lodge
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Hwange National Park to Bulawayo
  • Meals : Breakfast & Dinner
  • Included Activity : Matopos half day tour
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 6 – Matopos Full Day Tour

A full day will be spent exploring the Matopos National Park with a local guide. The Matobo Hills are sculpted by the strong winds in the area and are the site of various intriguing Bushman paintings. This park contains an exceptional cultural and spiritual significance to the indigenous people populating this region. The reserve contains the highest population of leopard and black eagle in the world, so we make sure to keep our eyes peeled for these magnificent animals. The park received recognition as a UNESCO natural World Heritage Site in 2003 and includes an intensive protection zone that is home to both Black and White Rhinoceros. Named after the Ndebele word “Matobo “, whose meaning “bald heads” refers to the rounded granite hills that surround it. We return to Bulawayo and our overnight stop for the night.

  • Accommodation : Banff Lodge
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Bulawayo (Matopos National Park)
  • Meals : Breakfast & Dinner
  • Included Activity : Matopos full day tour
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 7 – Bulawayo to Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Departing from Bulawayo, we make our way towards the east of the country to the tiny town of Masvingo. Close-by to the town of Masvingo is one of the most crucial archaeological sites in the whole of Southern Africa. The Great Zimbabwe monument which ages back to 1200AD as once the home of around 10 000 indigenous people, A UNESCO World Heritage Site. This area has exceptional importance to the country which took its name. Legend has it that this was indeed the very first city in which the famous Queen of Sheba lived and fantastic archaeological discoveries have since unearthed gold coins and porcelain from places as far as Persia and China thus highlighting the significance that the city once had as a trading post.

  • Accommodation : Norma Jeane’s Lakeview Resort
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Bulawayo to Masvingo (Great Zimbabwe Ruins)
  • Meals : Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : Visit to the Great Zimbabwe Ruins with a local guide
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 8 – Great Zimbabwe to Bvumba Mountains

Departing from Great Zimbabwe, we make our way towards the east of the country to the city of Mutare. Close-by to the city of Mutare is one of the most crucial landscape sites in the whole of Southern Africa. Resting on the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border, 30 km south east of Mutare is the spectacular Bvumba Mountains. The Bvumba mountains rise to an impressive 1911m peak at the Castle Beacon. The year round abundance of exotic flora and fauna make Bvumba mountains an ideal destination for lovers seeking the rarest bird and butterfly species in the region. Here you will be captivated by the scenery and lush mountains. Bvumba mountains is really a hidden gem untouched by the buzz and evils of men. You tend to forget where you are as the mountains draw you in and you earn to be in touch with nature.

  • Accommodation : Leopard Rock Hotel
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Masvingo (Great Zimbabwe Ruins) to Mutare (Bvumba)
  • Meals : Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : Mountain Hike Tour
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 9 – Mutare to Nyanga Mountains

After an early breakfast we will leave the magnificent city of Mutare and head through diverse scenery of farm lands and into the magnificent mountainous area of the Eastern highlands to Trout Back Inn in Nyanga. Whilst on our journey we will pass through the Mutarazi Falls. The afternoon is spent at leisure for you to explore and relax. You will get to enjoy the scenery of the hotel, take a stroll down to the dam to watch the rainbow trout diving through the waters.

  • Accommodation : Trout Back Inn
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Mutare (Bvumba) to Nyanga Mountains
  • Meals : Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : Tour of the Mutarazi Falls
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 10- Nyangani Mountains

In the morning we then proceed to Mount Nyangani. Mount Nyangani (formerly Mount Inyangani) is the highest mountain in Zimbabwe at 2 592m (8 504 feet). The mountain is located within Nyanga National Park in Nyanga district which is about 110km North west of Mutare. The summit lies atop a small outcrop of rocks around 40m above the surrounding area. The remainder of the peak is a broad moor of mainly rolling hills and plateau with an area of about 8 square kilometers. The edges of this plateau then fall steeply to the east and west sides. The mountain vegetation is largely composed of heath around the summit plateau with evergreen forest along the wetter eastern slopes and grassland to the western side.

  • Accommodation : TroutBeck Resort
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Nyanga Mountains
  • Meals : Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : Nyanga National Park tour
  • Optional Activity : Horse riding | Golf | Fishing

Day 11 – Nyanga to Harare

A leisurely departure sees us leaving Nyanga going to Harare which is Zimbabwe’s capital city. This tour exposes an impeccably clean city that is bustling with busy shops, wide open streets and warm hospitality from its residents.

  • Accommodation : Cresta Lodge Harare
  • Facilities : Two per room with En-Suite bathroom
  • Route : Nyanga to Harare
  • Meals : Breakfast and Dinner
  • Included Activity : City tour.
  • Optional Activity : N/A

Day 12 – Harare

On this last day of the Victoria Falls to Harare tour you get to enjoy breakfast before checking out and being transferred to Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.

  • Accommodation : N/A
  • Facilities : N/A
  • Route : Harare to Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport
  • Meals : Breakfast
  • Included Activity : N/A
  • Optional Activity : N/A

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