Botswana/Livingstone – Zambie

Day 1:

Arrive at the Livingstone airport, where you will be met by your guide and departure by coach of 20 places towards the border of Zambia +/- 1 hour by the road and passage of customs.

**Visa in cash - double entry to date - US $ 80 p / p

Pass by customs on the Zambia side, transfer to the bank of Chobe River and transfer by boat to Botswana. Arrival on the Botswana side and customs.

Important Information for the Botswana Border Crossing - Do not Forget Your Passport

Continue towards CRESTA MOWANA Lodge (+/- 20 min road).

Arrival at Cresta Mowana Lodge

Welcome drink and sank lunch before check in


At 16:00 Departure for your first safari on the Chobe River where you can hear the shouts of the fisherman eagle and observe the hippos, crocodiles and elephants etc., with an area of ​​10,700 km2, 135 species of large mammals and its 450 varieties of birds, Chobe has the most varied and dense fauna of the continent.

Dinner at the lodge


Day 2: Chobe

Early morning wake up

Coffee and biscuit in the living room

Departure on 4x4 safari in Chobe Park.  The Chobe National Park is on the banks of the river of the same name, it is a haven for elephants. Created in 1968, it does cover more than 11,000 square kilometers, and has a rich fauna that you will have no trouble seeing, even during the day. Its geographical location, which boasts a constant inflow of water, allows a unique concentration of animals (especially winter)

Return to the lodge for breakfast. 

After Lunch time at leisure to enjoy the pool

In the late afternoon departure for your second safari on the river or 4x4 

Back to the lodge at the end of the day and dinner at the lodge

Day 3: Zambia 

Breakfast at the lodge 

Depart for Livingstone via Botswana Customs, Chobe River and Zambia Customs.

The bus will transfer you to Zambesi hotel sun +/- 1h30 drive

Arrive at the hotel and have lunch 

Around 4 pm, depart for a sunset cruise on the Zambez river (on the African Queen - maximum 120 pax) to admire the sunset during which an aperitif and snacks are served. The Zambezi is the fourth largest river in Africa after the Nile, Zaire, and Niger. It crosses six countries from Central Africa to the Indian Ocean. It is unique in that it is less exploited than other rivers and a large number of areas along its banks are protected.

 Dinner at the hotel 

Day 4: Livingstone

Breakfast at the hotel 

Depart for the visit of the Mukuni Village:

Who is inhabited by the people "leya". The chef invites you to his village so that you can see the traditional life of his people: see their huts, how they are built and decorated, watch them work. Your guide will explain the source and usefulness of some objects you have never seen before. 

Buffet lunch at the hotel


Depart on foot for a visit of the Victoria Falls.The view of the Victoria Falls from Zambia is spectacular. The Falls of Victoria are ranked among the 7 wonders of the natural world. In the 1800s, the Kololo tribe, which populated the southern part of Zambia, gave the falls the name of "Mosi-oa-Tunya" meaning "the roaring smoke". Nowadays, the falls are recognized as the largest curtain of falling water and offer a spectacle of incredible beauty and splendor on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

Return to the hotel and some time at leisure

Dinner and overnight at the hotel 

Day 5: Livingstone/Out

Breakfast at the hotel

Leisure morning

Transfer to the airport for the return flight