Hwange National Park 2 Days

  • Destination: Hwange National Park, Victoria Falls
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Price: $550
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Hwange National Park 1 Night 2 Days

Overview

On this 1 Night 2 days Hwange Camping trip we visit one of the great National park in Zimbabwe and Africa. Hwange National Park – Zimbabwe’s largest and best known game reserve, which is home to 400 bird species and 105 species of mammals including the ‘Big Five’. Once the royal hunting grounds to the Ndebele warrior-king Mzilikazi, Hwange was set aside as a National Park in 1929. The park covers an area of over 14,600 sq km and is particularly known for it’s elephant populations and its concentrated with lots of animal species and amazing Bird life

Trip Highlights

• Visit to Hwange Wild Dog Rehabilitation Center
• Game Drives in Hwange
• Game Walks
• Camping in the National Parks

Includes

• Game drives
• Guided game walks
• Camping equipment
• Set meals, drinks and refreshments
• Transfers to and from Hwange National Park


Hwange 1 Day 2 Night Itinerary

Min Pax 2

Day 1 Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park

In the morning leave we Victoria falls and head for the worlds famous Hwange National Park – Zimbabwe’s largest and best known game reserve, which is home to 400 bird species and 105 species of mammals including the ‘Big Five’. Once the royal hunting grounds to the Ndebele warrior-king Mzilikazi, Hwange was set aside as a National Park in 1929. The park covers an area of over 14,600 sq km and is particularly known for it’s elephant populations and its concentrated with lots of animal species and amazing Bird life. Overnight in the Park Campsite , Main Camp

Day 2 Hwange National Park To Victoria Falls

Today in the Morning we start with a very exciting excursion A nature Walk in the Park with a Professional Ranger before leaving to Victoria Falls. On the way we visit the Hwange Wild Dog project. Here we see the efforts made to rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned wild-dogs. This is extremely valuable work on a species thought to number a mere 3000 remaining individuals in all of Africa. We end our day with enjoying the spectacular Victotira ‘Falls’ themselves. and the mighty Zambezi River and the activities that surround the area