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Zimbabwe Conservation Safari

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Zimbabwe Conservation Safari

Scheduled trips are expertly curated itineraries with pre-selected dates that anyone can join, capped at 16 people for an intimate experience.

Ancient history, safaris, & World Wonders

Zimbabwe is a land of epic proportions. From gravity-defying granite boulders to endless rainbows hugging Victoria Falls, this is where the inimitable beauty of Mother Nature's hand shines like nowhere else on earth. Adapt to the gentle pace of safari life as you follow in the footsteps of the Big Five, come face-to-face with elephants from your lodge's terrace and marvel at the natural wonders of Hwange National Park, the Zambezi River and Mana Pools. In between thrilling game drives, you'll explore the bold actions of conservationists and safari operators working to safeguard wildlife and wilderness areas, empower communities and inspire a new vision for our oldest continent.

Trip Type: Scheduled Departure | Activity Level: 1

Zimbabwe Conservation Safari

Experience designed by B&R travel expert Michele Harvey

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Per person from

$13,500 USD

Single supplement: $1,500.00
Prices vary based on departure season

11 Days / 10 Nights

Victoria Falls to Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe Conservation Safari
Zimbabwe Conservation Safari
Zimbabwe Conservation Safari
Zimbabwe Conservation Safari
Zimbabwe Conservation Safari

Preview the Itinerary

DAY 1

Upon arrival at the Victoria Falls airport, we'll drive you to the Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel. This evening, rendezvous for an introduction to our journey ahead before dining on the terrace of our hotel.

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NOTE: The Itinerary above is a sample and subject to changes. A departure-specific itinerary will be shared with you upon date selection.

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$13,500 USD

Single supplement: $1,500.00

Your Accommodation

Level 1

This trip is appropriate for travellers who take long walks once a week, and don’t mind a little sweat. It includes moderate walking across varied landscapes. Safari bush walks may take us across dry cracked lakeshores or sandy river beds, through thick grasses or brushing through low shrub. Closed walking shoes are essential.

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Photography credit: Lion in Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe © Kelly Landrey / Matusadona National Park Land…e, Zimbabwe © Scott Ramsay