Thursday, October 31, 2019

Safari Around Victoria Falls

Elephants and zebra at a waterhole in Hwange National Park

You can add a safari in Hwange National Park to your Victoria Falls holiday

Victoria Falls, being a natural wonder of the world is on the bucket list of many travelers. Not only is it a spectacular waterfall, but there is also a large array of activities available, from sedate sunset cruises to bungee jumping, making it the Adventure Capital of Africa.

It also lies in the centre of some the best wildlife parks in Africa, so it makes sense to add on at least an extra few days for a wildlife Safari, for that holiday of a lifetime!

The dilemma now comes as to which national park to choose. The three big ones normally in question, because they are the closest to Victoria Falls are; Chobe National Park, Hwange National Park and Zambezi National Park.

Each one has its pros and cons, so making a decision can be quite difficult, especially if you have not been to this part of Africa before.

In this article Chobe, Hwange, Zambezi National Park comparison, I have tried to explain in-depth the differences between each of them, with specific regards to the game viewing, the accommodation, the guiding, the seasons and the logistics of getting to each one from Victoria Falls.

I trust after reading the article you will have a clearer understanding of how they compare with each other, which should make your decision a little easier.

Also touched on in the article in brief detail are the two smaller parks; Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and the Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve, which are just outside the towns of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and Livingstone, Zambia.

Although these don’t really compete with the 3 bigger parks when it comes to an authentic Safari Experience, they have their rightful place for a quick game viewing experience.

Please also take a look at this interesting article – “Things to consider before booking an African safari”. Which covers essential information that will enhance your overall Safari Experience and ensure that you don’t make costly mistakes.

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