The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.
PricesJNB: R 15,720.00
Valid From15th of June 2018 (Friday)
Valid To10th of January 2019 (Thursday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: YesBritish: YesEuropean Union: YesAmerican: Yes
About the Holiday
Stay 3 Nights All Inclusive at Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge PLUS a full day trip to Chobe National Park.
Imbabala is located on a 5000 acre concession, bordering the Chobe Forest Reserve and boasting 14 kilometers of private Zambezi river frontage. The main lodge consists of a lounge, dining and bar area overlooking the swimming pool and a nearby waterhole. The 9 individual thatched stone lodges, all with en suite facilities, accommodate a maximum of 20 guests. There is no access to television at the lodge.
Includes & Excludes
- Return flights to Livingstone
- Approximate taxes, levies & surcharges
- Return resort transfers
- 3 nights accommodation in a Standard Room
- Breakfast, lunch & dinner daily
- Early morning tea, afternoon tea & selected drinks daily
- One Game Drive & River Safari
- A full day trip to Chobe National Park
Scheduled tour of Victoria Falls on day of arrival or departure
- Package excludes Rain forest entry fee (USD30 pp),
- Chobe Park fee (USD15 pp),
- Imbabala National Park fee (USD10 pp)
- Travel and Medical insurance
- Meals not mentioned
- Items of personal nature
Victoria FallsStraddling the western border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, at the point where the Zambezi River drops into the Batoka Gorge, Victoria Falls is justifiably called one of the Wonders of the Natural World.
Famously described in 1855 by the explorer David Livingstone as exuding such power that they must have been "gazed upon by angels in their flight," and named by him for his Queen, the falls are the world's largest, spanning almost 2km (just more than 1 mile) and dropping some 100m (328 ft.; twice the height of Niagara).
The sight of more than 9 million liters of water crashing down into the Batoka Gorge is one not easily forgotten; on a clear day the veil of roaring spray can even be seen from up to 80km (50 miles) away. It is this phenomenon that gave the falls its local name: Mosi-Oa-Tunya -- literally, "the smoke that thunders."