Victoria Falls, Zimbabue

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Time1 día (aprox.)
TransportRecogida en el hotel incluida
TicketEntrada para dispositivos móviles

Descripción general

Esta excursión sale a primera hora de la mañana para maximizar las oportunidades de avistamiento de felinos, tanto en el río Zambezi como en el Parque Nacional de Chobe. Tendrá la oportunidad de contemplar el atardecer en el río Chobe, y puede que vea de nuevo los grandes felinos en el Parque Nacional de Zambez, ya que la excursión no sale de Bostwana hasta las 19.00 h. Incluye desayuno, almuerzo y refrescos para llevar.

Opiniones

Opiniones del viajero en Viator

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M
, oct 2018

Wir wurden pünktlich um 5 Uhr von unserem Hotel abgeholt. An der Grenze zu Botswana wartete bereits der Safari-Jeep, so dass wir kurz nach 6 im Park waren. Viele Tiere waren zu sehen, besonders Elefanten, aber auch Hippos, Impalas, Zebras und und und ...Nach dem Mittagessen in der Safari Lodge ging es in einem kleinen Boot auf den Chobe, auch ein tolles Erlebnis. Mit das beste war, dass wir mit den Guides ganz allein unterwegs waren und die Tiere aus nächster Nähe sehen konnten.

g
, jul 2018

The experience was completely worth it. The drivers and guides were all very nice and knowledgeable. The safari guide was very accommodating to requests enabling us to see a lot of game. The River Guide was also very helpful with spotting animals and positioning us for good photos.

L
, jul 2018

We had a fantastic time! It’s a very full day- guides are fabulous and we saw SO many animals! It was absolutely amazing and I would recommend it to anyone!

D
, sep 2017

The trip itself was absolutely amazing! The organisation was fine, but not perfect: The trip includes hotel pickup, but I was never asked to provide which hotel we were staying at. Two days before the trip, I wrote an email to DK Tours and Safaris to ask if all is fine and tell them which hotel, but never got a reply in addition, it was very hard to find an actual email address for them on their partly broken and outdated website. Finally, the receptionist in my hotel managed to contact the operator and confirm the pickup, so all went well.

Also, it was a bit annoying that visa fees may apply in addition, which are quite expensive for Zimbabwe - so this has to be taken into account beforehand. But this is mentioned in the description of the trip, so no hidden surprise.

M
, ago 2017

Chobe Game Reserve itself is worth visiting, it has a varied terrain from low bush, savannah plains, and the Chobe river with an amazing number of animals on an island in the river. We spent the morning driving and saw lots of elephants, buffalo, fantastic bird life, and some zebra. We also saw a six foot black mamba. In the afternoon we went on a small boat on the Chobe river which pulled up close to the island in the river, where we had a close up view of elephants, including a group with a small calf swimming across the river. We saw many crocs, several buffalo, and lechwe on the island too. Lunch at the Chobe Game Lodge was a plentiful buffet, but it was surprising to see the dresert crawling with bees. The trip back to Zimbabwe was a bit hair raising because we were delayed at the border which was filthy, poorly maintained, and we felt gouged as Canadians, as we were charged 75.00 cash for single entry visas, and other folk with us on the trip were not charged at all. We would recommend that visitors stay in Botswana and enjoy Chobe, and not go from Zimbabwe. It was a tiring trip lasting 16 hours, but our guides were friendly and professional.

s
, jul 2017

This was an amazing trip. We saw a hyena at night on the way there and a southern African wildcat on the way back. In the park we saw lions, giraffes, zebras, crocodiles, monitor lizards, hippos, water buck, sable, kudu, impala, and many beautiful bird species. The most amazing experience was a large herd of elephants that came into the water in the evening to play and drink, with lots of baby elephants as well.

d
, jun 2017

Early trip, 5 am pick up at hotel. This allowed for more time in Chobe for animal viewing. Very worthwhile! This was June, winter, so dress warm for open jeep trip in to park and early viewing as temperatures can be cool! Vehicle by operator not as nice as others we saw in park, but adequate. Lunch stop good, but too long a wait prior to the boat trip. However, boat trip was spectacular! Lots of hippo and elephant and ending with sunset views from the river. Worth the price for sure.

J
, jun 2017

This was the most unprofessional tour I have ever taken. I usually trust Viator with all my foreign tours and for the past 3 years things have been great. However, it seems Viator did not investigate this tour operator as he subcontracted our day trip with a cut-rate operator and the transfers were risky and not at all what the tour described- Air-conditioned mini van- This company picked us up at 5 am as stated and then took us the long way around to Chobe through the border waiting in a long line and instead of having a boat take us across the water he made us run and literally jump on a truck transport ferry. My daughter almost fell because the ferry is slick with oil and my nephew had to jump on because it just up and was pulling away from the dock. Once we got across to Botswana, we had to wait about 15' in the cold waiting for the van to take us to the Chobe park. When the transport finally came, the van was too small for our group 8 and we had to crame in the back seats. Once in the van we drove to the operators ouse and waited in his yard in the middle of a neighborhood for about 20-30 minutes until he backed out his safari vehicle which we then went to the park in. The ranger was a very nice man and we were able to see the animals but when it came time for our extended time on the river boat he had to cut it short because he said we had to get to the border before 6. At that point, I refused to return to the border via that truck ferry and was arguing with the DK tour agent on the phone--
the stated local representative in the Viator voucher---for over 20' until he finally said he could get us a boat to take us back over the river to the border post. All in all - this tour operator should be investigated because I spoke at length with the concierge at our Hotel- Marriott Protea in Livingston- and she said she never heard of such a thing and we should have never been taken on that ferry as it is quite dangerous. and should have had a boat transfer from the start. You can call the hotel is you wish to verify my story. In addition, we didnt even get breakfast as the tour stated. Thank you for letting me help other travelers by warning them about the poor management of this tour.


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