7 days Victoria Falls & Kruger Park Tour – Camping

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Tour Highlights

An overland tour for those wanting to experience the mighty Victoria Falls and Kruger National Park. Take in the incredible Vic Falls, explore local markets, view Bushman paintings, soak in a hot pool and a safari in the Kruger Park are all part of this adventure.


  • Victoria Falls – Zambia
  • Matobos National Park
  • Tshipise – hot pools
  • Kruger National Park
  • Game drives
  • Johannesburg

Video Overview

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1: Victoria Falls

    Today is an opportunity to view Victoria Falls – one of the natural wonders of the world. There is loads of activities available, or alternatively one can explore the markets of Livingstone and the town of Victoria Falls. We also meet up with your guide and fellow travellers.

    Optional Activities – Victoria Falls – some of the popular options

    • Bungee Jumping
    • Sunset Zambezi cruise –
    • Full day White water rafting –
    • Gorge swing –
    • Helicopter Scenic flight –
  • DAY 2 & 3: Bulawayo – Matopos

    Traveling south from Victoria Falls, we cross into Zimbabwe and head for the Matopos area. We pass through Bulawayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe, and set up camp. The Matobo National Park, with its unusual boulder formations, is a rich cultural heritage area and is home to many Bushman paintings. It is also the burial site of the infamous Cecil John Rhodes – a major player in the colonisation of Southern Africa. Matobo National Park is also known for its population of Black and White rhino, as well as a large number of leopards and Black Eagles.

    Meals: 2 x breakfasts, 2 x lunches & 2 x dinners

    Activities: Open vehicle game drive – safari pass

  • DAY 4: Tshipise – South Africa

    Today we cross the Limpopo River into South Africa. We set up camp just outside the town of Tshipise in the Limpopo Province. The resort where we camp has natural hot pools and one can spend the afternoon soaking in the pools or strolling in the surrounding woods. A great place to unwind before the Kruger Park part of adventure begins.

    Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • DAY 5 & 6: Kruger National Park

    The Kruger Park is our next destination. The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s premier game reserve and a Kruger safari is a must do for travellers visiting Southern Africa. The park is known for its high concentration of wildlife, including the Big 5 and visitors are bound to see a large variety of game. We set up camp on the outskirts of the Kruger and on the first evening enjoy Shangaan tribal dancing. The Shangaans are the dominant local tribe of the Greater Kruger area.

    After an early morning breakfast, we head to the gate of the Kruger Park. Note that the game drives are conducted in specially adapted open game vehicles. These 4×4 vehicles offer great viewing as well as excellent photographic opportunities. The local guides are well experienced and know all the best spots to find the animals. The guides are very knowledgeable and offer great insight with regards to the wildlife. We enjoy a morning game drive, before having a welcome break for lunch and a rest. The afternoon is spent searching for any elusive species that may have eluded us. After a long day in the park, we head to camp for a well-deserved rest.

    Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • DAY 7:Johannesburg

    After breakfast we leave the Kruger Park area and head to the bustling city of Johannesburg. Outr tour ends late afternoon or early evening.

    Meals: breakfast

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