- On 6 September 2017
- In Drive South Africa Blog
How to see Victoria Falls and Kruger in one trip
Enjoy a 10-day blockbuster tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe where you can sight and photograph lion and elephant in the Kruger National Park, or sample a few of the luxurious and private game reserves in the Greater Kruger area.
Once you’ve had your fill of South Africa, you can take a flight to Zimbabwe to appreciate the wonder of the Victoria Falls, where the mist can be seen 25 miles away.
Compare the roar of lions to the roar of the world’s greatest waterfall and live to remember the trip for many years to come.
Kruger National Park
The premier safari destination in South Africa, the Kruger National Park is a must-see destination if you are enthusiastic about seeing wildlife.
Take a drive along the famous Panorama Route on the way to Kruger and be sure to stop at God’s Window, Blyde River Canyon and the Bourke Luck Potholes.
Take a long game drive in an open safari vehicle and spot the abundant wildlife – from leopard, lion, wild dog, rhino and impala. There are many options available in the Kruger National Park.
Londolozi Private Game Reserve
Travel to Londolozi Private Game Reserve and enjoy morning and evening open-air game drives as you search for the Big Five.
Camp at one of their five luxury camps and enjoy the stunning views, fantastic food and exquisite accommodation. All the camps offer the same access to many herds of wildlife and the trails are led by some of the best trackers and rangers in Africa. Fly back to Johannesburg, Cape Town or Durban and sample some of the exciting tourist destinations, restaurants, and cultural getaways in these metropolitan hubs. Hire a car in South Africa to accommodate your travel.
Fly to Zimbabwe and enjoy the local’s hospitality as you sample their lifestyle in the town bordering the Victoria Falls. Enjoy the food and culture or take a walk through their local markets on sunny days.
One of the best ways to see the Vic Falls is by helicopter. This can easily be arranged by a tour operator or your hotel.
Watch the Victoria Falls thundering from above and catch a glimpse of the raging river from the sky.
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
Take a tour of the Mosi O Tunya National Park that borders the Victoria Falls, but on the Zambia side. The river forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The wildlife in the park includes great riverine forests with palm trees. Watch the Miombo woodland with plenty of birds and animals that include the Angola giraffe, Cape buffalo, Grants zebra, sable, eland, warthog, and antelope. The park is currently home to two white rhino that were imported from South Africa.
White Water River Rafting and Tubing
If you’re looking for adrenaline, then river rafting and tubing on the Victoria Falls is the ultimate experience. Events range from bungee jumping off the bridge, white water rafting, gorge swings and the exhilarating tubing.