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Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Tanzania Top 20

Vic Falls to Zanzibar
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Vic Falls to Zanzibar

This tour takes you from Victoria Falls to Dar Es Salaam in 11 days. PDFGrab the Tour Dossier PDF .

Current Price

ZAR 12450  Currency Converter + ZAR 1350 Local Payment ZAR 1210 Single Supplement (if needed)

Duration

11 days

Type

Accommodation

Tour Summary

Travel from the majestic Victoria Falls through Zambia, along Lake Malawi, via the tea plantations of Tanzania, finishing off in the bustling city Dar es Salaam

 

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Tour Code

VFD(A)11(2012)-13

A day-by-day breakdown of what to expect and where you'll be staying.


Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Day 1, Victoria Falls to Lusaka

After the wonder of misty Victoria Falls we head off towards the bustling Zambian capital of Lusaka.

Day 2, Lusaka to Chipata

We journey from bustling Lusaka to our overnight stop situated just a few kilometers from the Malawi/Zambia border.

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Day 3 to 4, Chipata to South Luangwa National Park

After a early start we drive to the South Luangwa National Park and spend 2 nights beside the Luangwa River. There is a good chance that you might see some of parks high concentration of leopard and hippo. A visit to the community run tribal textile project and a local village is also planned. NB: In the rainy season occasionally it is impossible to reach South Luangwa NP. If this happens an alternative itinerary will run.

Day 5, South Luangwa National Park to Lilongwe

We head to the Capital of Malawi, Lilongwe where we restock with fresh supplies in the local markets. The old city centres vibrant markets, cafes, shops and restaurants are well worth a visit.

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Day 6 to 7, Lilongwe to Kande Beach

This morning we have the opportunity to participate in a 2 hour city tour, before we take a scenic drive to Kande beach. We will spend the next 2 days enjoying the many optional activities available, such as horse riding and different water sports.  We will go on a guided village walk in order to meet the local people and learn more about Malawi life.

Day 8, Lake Malawi

We travel further north and spend our last day in Malawi at Chitimba beach.

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Day 9, Iringa

Today we leave Malawi and enter Tanzania. We ascend out of the Great Rift Valley through some spectacular mountain passes, passing vast tea plantations in the highlands before arriving at our camp outside Iringa. This evening our dinner is in a local Masai Hut where we enjoy a traditional Tanzanian evening.

Day 10, Iringa

We leave Iringa today and head north to the Mikumi National Park. Mikumi is home to lion, zebra, wildebeest, impala, buffalo and elephant and today we have the opportunity to enjoy an optional afternoon game drive through the park.

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

Day 11, Iringa to Dar Es Salaam

Our journey today brings us out of the cool highland region to the humid Indian ocean coastal city of Dar es Salaam.  Meaning ‘house of peace’ in Arabic, Dar es Salaam is the economic and trade capital of Tanzania, but inland Dodoma remains the official capital city.  Your tour ends upon arrival in Dar es Salaam.

Meals included in your tour cost

10 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches, 10 Dinners


Highlights included in your tour cost

Vic Falls to Zanzibar

South Luangwa National Park Game Drive

Virtually untouched by huge volumes of tourism 'One of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world'


Vic Falls to Zanzibar

South Luangwa National Park Game Drive

Virtually untouched by huge volumes of tourism 'One of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world'


There are 12 optional activities available on this trip.

Prices shown are approximate

Tour Starts Tour Ends Price Enquire or Add to Backpack

03 Sep 2014

13 Sep 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

17 Sep 2014

27 Sep 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

24 Sep 2014

04 Oct 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

01 Oct 2014

11 Oct 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

15 Oct 2014

25 Oct 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

29 Oct 2014

08 Nov 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

05 Nov 2014

15 Nov 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

12 Nov 2014

22 Nov 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

26 Nov 2014

06 Dec 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

10 Dec 2014

20 Dec 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

17 Dec 2014

27 Dec 2014

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

24 Dec 2014

03 Jan 2015

ZAR 12450 + ZAR 1350

ROUTE INFO AND LOGISTICS

This tour goes through: Victoria Falls, Lusaka, South Luangwa National Park, Lilongwe, Lake Malawi & 2 other destination(s) in Africa.

TOUR DETAIL

Crew: 2 crew (including cook)
Vehicle: Overland Truck
Other: Sleeping mat included

Recent Feedback

Left quoteThe highlight of my trip had to be Gweru in Zimbabwe, it was my idea of paradise. So much to do there with the animals and the location of it was just beautiful!Right quote

Anne B (27) from Ireland

Left quoteThe trip was great! A very relaxed ride in a mokoro, followed by camping in the Okavango Delta and watching the animals on the islands was awesome!Right quote

Michael & Silke from Germany

Left quoteI loved every millisecond of the entire trip... Guess what I did in Swakopmund? I skydived out of a plane - woohoo was that AWESOME :-)Right quote

JoJo E (61) from Switzerland

Left quoteFinally home and had a great time…. I loved the shark diving, Sossusvlei and Himba people. Saw Lions, a Leopard, Elephants, Giraffes, everything really! Thanks for…Right quote

John E from Canada

Left quoteI did not believe in god till i visited Chobe National Park.Right quote

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