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Save Over $50 with Dingani Safari Experience that Includes Falls Tour as a Bonus

Dingani Safari experience combines the Tour of Victoria Falls, (a must do), Zambezi Sunset Cruise,Chobe Day Trip or Hwange Day Trip to Hwange National Park and Mama Africa Dinner or Chipala with live Cultural Entertainment.

This safari experience is ideal for guest staying 2 or 3 days in Victoria Falls. On the day of arrival, after transfer from the Vic Falls Airport  to your hotel (surcharge US$15pp), and refreshing you will picked up around 3:30 for the Zambezi Sunset Cruise. For early arrivals, the guided Falls tour can be done before the cruise. After the Scenic Zambezi Sunset Cruise you will be dropped at either Mama Africa or Chipala Cultural Experience for Dinner and live music or Cultural show at Chipala. The day ends with drop off at various hotels/lodges after dinner.

The next morning around 6.30am you will be picked from your hotel for the Chobe Day Trip or Hwange day trip depending on your choice. Both trips return around 7pm.

The next Day if you didn’t do the Falls tour you will be picked from your Hotel/lodge around 9 pm for the Guided Falls Tour.

Minimum 4 Pax for Hwange Day Trip & 2 Pax for Chobe Day Trip

Includes

  • All Transfers
  • Snack & drinks on the cruise
  • lunches and transfers for Chobe & Hwange Day Tour

Excludes

  • Falls entrance fee US$30
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Victoria Falls

Victoria FallsThe Victoria Falls are the most significant feature of the Victoria Falls National Park, and when the Zambezi is in full flood (usually February or March) they form the largest curtain of falling water in the world. During these months, over 500 million litres of water per minute go over the falls, which are 1708m Read more