Each destination offers its own unique charm and wildlife experiences, making it an exciting task to choose the perfect lodge accommodation for your safari getaway. Let’s delve into the highlights of each destination to help you make an informed decision.
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Zimbabwe is a land of dramatic landscapes, with the iconic Victoria Falls being one of its most renowned attractions. When it comes to safaris, Hwange National Park steals the spotlight, boasting a plethora of wildlife including elephants, lions, and various antelope species. Staying in lodges nestled within or near this national park offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.
Botswana’s Okavango Delta is a UNESCO World Heritage site, renowned for its lush and ever-changing wetlands. Exploring the delta by traditional mokoro (canoe) provides a unique perspective to witness water-loving species such as hippos and crocodiles. Chobe National Park is famous for its large elephant herds, which you can observe while cruising down the Chobe River. Luxurious lodges in these areas offer comfort and serenity while keeping you close to nature’s wonders.
The Zambezi River, ranked as the fourth longest river in Africa, traverses six countries from its source in Zambia to its confluence with the Indian Ocean in Mozambique. This remarkable river serves both animals and humans alike. Zambia is an adventurer’s paradise with its vast wilderness and untamed landscapes. The Lower Zambezi National Park offers thrilling canoe safaris along the Zambezi River, and a different view of Victoria Falls.
South Africa offers a diverse range of safari experiences, from the famous Kruger National Park to the private reserves of Sabi Sands. Occupying nearly a thousand square kilometres in central KwaZulu-Natal, Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park proudly carries its status as the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. A safari in the Hluhluwe game reserve will expose visitors to a great biodiversity as the north, Hluhluwe, and the south, Umfolozi, are vastly different.