WE GIVE A SH*T ABOUT THE ZAMBEZI.
Oh, and TIGER FISH too.
7 day guided experience through the KAZA conservation area
Mokoro river safaris guided by our local fish & bird expert
Tag & release tiger fishing conservation program
Safari in Chobe National Park
Bungee jumping and/or heli flip and/or white water river rafting
Visit to Victoria Falls and the town
Look away for a moment and you’ll miss it entirely. Hugging the banks of the Zambezi, the private eco-camp on this jungle island is a hideaway between the borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
It consists of five exclusive chalets, disguised among wild riverine vegetation and sheltered between torrential rapids. Baboons, vervet monkeys, hippos, crocs and abundant birdlife abound, alongside all manner of wildlife that call the Zambezi home.
Over the course of seven days you’ll explore this African river kingdom and the communities that are sustained by it. You’ll experience sensational game viewing in the Chobe National Park, which is home to the largest number of African elephants on the planet. You’ll walk paths once taken by Livingstone to soak up the majesty of the Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll lounge on the lawns of the iconic hotel that rests at its feet and indulge in their famous high tea.If adrenaline is your drug of choice, you’ll have the chance to do some badass bucket-list-worthy stuff, too.
From bungee jumping to white water river rafting - with a heli flip in between - there’s no shortage of breath-taking activities for the thrill seeker. This is the Adventure Capital of Africa, after all.
FROM R39 000
The truth is, we should all give a sh*t.
About the environment. About each other. About experiences that have integrity.
It's a bold stance to take in any industry - to care about the impact of every air mile, to look at data intelligently and honestly, and to use our profits for purpose.
WE DONATE R200 ON BEHALF OF EVERY EXPLORER TO
DO MORE. We support local initiatives in the regions we work in. Our end game is to make sure that we are developing responsible tourism practises. It takes a (global) village to make real change, but just one person to help another. So drop the judgments and HUG IT OUT.
WE ALSO GIVE A SH*T ABOUT BAZARUTO.