Vic Falls to Kenya Itinerary

Fall in love with wild plains and sandy beaches on this unique tour of Africa. Travel from Zimbabwe to Kenya via Zambia, Malawi, Zanzibar and Tanzania.

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    • Total price tool tip
      USD $3,000
      CAD $3,095
      AUD $3,035
      EUR €2,100
      GBP £1,755
      NZD $3,380
      ZAR R30,350
      CHF FR2,525
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Days 1-2 Victoria Falls

The journey begins in Zimbabwe's adventure capital. Experience the sheer wonder of the mighty Victoria Falls - they can be heard long before they are seen.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Days 3-4 Bulawayo

Enjoy time relaxing in the city of Bulawayo then venture into the Matobo National Park, home to a large population of black and white rhinos. Take an optional walking safari to track these rare beasts on foot.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 5 Masvingo

Explore ancient ruins thought to have once been a palace for Zimbabwean royalty.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 6 Harare

Relax amid the gardens and galleries of Harare city.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 7 Lusaka

Embark on a long, scenic drive and cross into Zambia. Soak in the stunning landscapes and camp just outside Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 8-9 South Luangwa National Park

Journey through the Zambian heartlands to South Luangwa National Park. The most intact major river system in all of Africa, the Luangwa River is home to huge numbers of crocodiles and hippopotamus, while on the plains leopards, lions, elephant, buffalo and giraffe roam. By taking an early morning game drive we’re likely to catch them at their most active.

Days 10-11 Lake Malawi

Kick back on the peaceful shores of Lake Malawi. Indulge in the many optional water activities, such as scuba diving, and be sure to take the opportunity to meet the locals - Malawians are some of the friendliest people in Africa.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Days 12-13 Chitimba/Iringa

Sit back, relax and watch the countryside roll by en route to Chitimba. Pitch camp in the grounds of a local farmhouse and spend the night on the outskirts of this pleasant settlement.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 14 Dar es Salaam

Travel through Mikumi National Park spotting elephants, buffaloes and giraffes. Camp on the grounds of a beachside hotel outside Dar es Salaam.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 15-17 Zanzibar

Plunge into the sensuous delights of Tanzania's tropical playground, Zanzibar, exploring historic Stone Town, touring fragrant spice plantations and lounging under coconut palms beside the Indian Ocean.
ACCOM: Bungalow - 2, Hotel - 1

Day 18 Dar es Salaam

Return to Dar es Salaam for more beach camping.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 19 Marangu

Spend a night amid acres of beautiful tropical gardens in Marangu, situated on the lush green slopes of Kilimanjaro.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 20 Mto Wa Mbu

Meet the Chagga people, sample traditional food and learn about the life of these crop-growers on a visit to the Mt Kilimanjaro village of Mshiri. Afterwards, head to Mto Wa Mbu for the night.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 21-22 Ngorongoro Crater/Serengeti National Park

Descend to the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater to see an abundance of wildlife including lions, leopards, zebras and rhinos. Then head to the wilds of the Serengeti to embark on thrilling safari drives.
ACCOM: Camping (with basic facilities) - 2

Day 23 Arusha

Peruse the craft market of Mto Wa Mbu and admire the colourful fabrics, crafts and wood carvings on offer. Spend the night in Arusha.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 24 Nairobi

Travel back to Nairobi and toast the end of an amazing African tour.