Combine three days exploring at the world famous Victoria Falls with three nights on safari when you can see the famous elephants of Chobe National Park in Botswana.
There are many activities to enjoy around the Falls - both on the river and on land - raft, cruise, canoe, or walk and safari. What you see at the Falls themselves depends largely on the time of year you decide to visit.
From March - May the Falls are usually full of water following the long rains (Green Season) and much of the normal view is obliterated by the spectacular volume of spray generated by the water gushing over the top. During full flood the spray can rise as much as 450 metres into the air and the thundering noise is something really special. You also have the chance to see the mysterious lunar rainbow, when light from the full moon is refracted through the spray of the Falls. The Victoria Falls Rainforest opens specially on full moon nights to allow visitors to walk the pathways hugging the Falls and to view the lunar rainbow. It’s a magical experience and usually occurs from March through to June.
From June through to October the water levels recede as each month goes by until November when the Falls can be reduced to a trickle, or even left completely dry. July and August are considered the prime months for seeing the Falls as there's usually just the right amount of water.
The Falls remain dry until the arrival of the long rains which usually set in between December and March and the cycle begins again.
The Real World Conservation Trust (formerly Real Africa Trust) works with leading conservation organisations to raise awareness as well as raising funds for specific projects. Partners include Save the Elephants, Save the Rhino, The Sheldrick Trust, Rhino Conservation Botswana and Animals saving Animals. You can find out more on our Conservation pages. On behalf of every client travelling, Real Africa makes a donation to the Trust. Our aim is to raise awareness about the plight of endangered species and to promote sustainable, socially responsible travel which benefits the wildlife and communities you choose to visit. The Trust's current campaign, Explorers against Extinction has successfully raised enough money to fund a brand new canine unit for Rhino Conservation Botswana. Two pups are currently in training with Animals saving Animals to be deployed to Botswana in summer 2018 as rhino protection dogs. Visit our News and Conservation pages for more info.Plan My Journey Speak To Us
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Family Option (based on 2 adults and 2 children aged 8 - 12 yrs):
From £8,825 per family (travelling in Low Season Jan - March 2018) to £10,495 (travelling in High Season Jul - Oct 2018). You stay in the Family Nest (private accommodation) in Masuwe Lodge and in a family chalet at Muchenje.
Ultimate Upgrade Option:
From £2,270 per person sharing (travelling in Low Season Jan - March 2018) to £3,170 per person sharing (travelling in High Season Jul - Oct 2018)
Popular Victoria Falls excursions:
Sunset Cruise - £75.00 per person
Private Guided Tour of Victoria Falls - £65.00 per person
Helicopter 'flight of angels' over the falls - £145.00 per person (12 – 13 mins)
Extensions - you can add on stays in the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Cape Town, Mozambique, Mauritius and the Seychelles - just ask us for details.
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