Hwange Day Trip from Victoria Falls affords guest the opportunity to tour Hwange National Park, the biggest and oldest National Park in Zimbabwe, well known for its large amount of mammals and birds. It is located South of Victoria Falls and approximately a 2 hour drive from Victoria Falls.

Pick up from the Hotel is at 0630hrs, organize a packed breakfast with the hotel.  Hwange day trip will take you through rural villages with traditional huts to view, rural hospitals, schools, churches and the highlight of the drive will be The Hwange Colliery which exports large amounts of coal across the world.

On arrival at Hwange National park, you will change vehicle to a 4×4 game drive vehicle. armed and experienced guide will take you for your morning game drive. You will visit several water holes that are in the park to catch the Animals during their drinking time. There are beautiful hides that have been strategically built and they afford one that magnificent view of the Animals and nature’s magnificent terrain. After the morning game drive you will be taken to one of the lodges for lunch.

As the sun’s heat cools down most animals heard for the water holes and in pursuit of game we go on our second Game Drive. It has been noted that the best of Game Viewing is towards sunset when  the wild tends to flock towards watering holes and there is no other way we can suggest to see Zimbabwe’s  finest game. Hwange day trip ends around 5.45pm. After the trip you will be transferred back to Victoria Falls.

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