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Rhino Track & Trail

6 Nights

Walk through the tall rustling grass of the African bush, tracking one of the world’s mightiest and most endangered species, on foot! Feel an unrivalled sense of awe when you encounter these magnificent beasts for the first time in their natural habitat, and learn more about rhinos in one of the places where they are still found roaming free. Then continue the search for the rest of the Big Five while exploring Hwange National Park and its surrounds, one of the most untouched wilderness areas in Zimbabwe, in a range of game-viewing activities such as privately guided game walks and night drives, and watch the sky paint itself in amber and golden hues from a vantage point known as “World’ View” that has special historical significance to local Zimbabweans and British Empire builders alike. End off the tour with one of Africa’s most awe-inspiring attractions, the mighty Victoria Falls and discover the true majesty of the Zambezi River onboard a traditional East African dhow.

2 nights Camp Amalinda | 3 nights Elephant’s Eye, Hwange | 1 night Victoria Falls River Lodge
Safari begins in Bulawayo and ends in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Safari Itinerary

Rhino Track & Trail

Day 1 & 2

Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe

Overnight: Camp Amalinda
Start your journey with a relaxing day acclimatising to your new surroundings at your leisure. The next morning is an early start to experience a sublimely serene sunrise at the “World’s View” lookout point in Matobo National Park, and you will quickly understand why it’s the spot that Cecil John Rhodes chose as his final resting place. Remember your walking shoes as you’ll be tracking endangered rhino on foot deep in the bush, staying at a close following distance and feeling deeply connected to these threatened creatures.

Day 3 & 4

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Overnight: Elephant’s Eye, Hwange
Discover the deep and meaningful passion that our professional guides share for the Hwange bush during a guided walk where they will share the finer details and inner workings of this ancient eco-system that can often be missed whilst on a game vehicle. Then enjoy the wide ranging exploration afforded by a game drive deep into the heart of Hwange National Park, and sit down to a delicious picnic lunch served overlooking a waterhole. Sundowner drinks are waiting for you upon your return to the lodge where you can reminisce about the day’s top sightings and most captivating discoveries.
Rhino Track & Trail
Rhino Track & Trail

Day 5

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Overnight: Elephant’s Eye, Hwange
Witness the passion of the staff at the Painted Dog Conservation Centre as they fight to combat the plight of the Painted Dog (African Wild Dog). A visit to this remarkable sanctuary will engage and enlighten you as your learn about the unique pack behaviour of these often misunderstood animals that are sadly under threat. You may even see the courageous efforts of the staff in action caring for Painted Dogs if there are any in rehabilitation at the centre during your visit. Then spend your afternoon at your leisure, soaking in the beauty of the surrounding bush, revelling in the calls of the wild and sharing stories around the campfire as the stars move silently across the sky.

Day 6 & 7

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Overnight: Victoria Falls River Lodge
Bid adieu to Zimbabwe by paying a visit to its most popular attraction, the mighty Victoria Falls whose towering and roaring mist is world famous. Savour your last evening on an intimate voyage sailing along the ever-impressive Zambezi River aboard a traditional East African dhow as your skipper entertains you with legends of the River.
Zambezi river and Victoria Falls


From USD 3010 per person sharing

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  • 6 nights accommodation
  • 6 x breakfast
  • 5 x lunch
  • 6 x dinner
  • Activities as mentioned in itinerary


  • International flights
  • Hwange National Park fees (payable in cash locally)
  • Personal expenses such as gratuities, telephone calls, curios, etc.
  • Travel insurance