What to do: Canoe along the tranquil stretch of the spectacular Zambezi and experience her incredible flora and fauna. The banks of the river are home to magnificent trees, fabulous birdlife, and a wide variety of wildlife. You might be fortunate enough to sight the rare Pel’s fishing owl and even see elephants swimming in the water ahead of you. If you’re more about touring a place on foot, then embark on an exceptional excursion of discovering the largest waterfall on Earth where you will not only have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful rainforest vistas but also participate in exhilarating adrenalin filled activities such as bungee jumping, zip-lining, and white-water rafting. And for something more relaxing to wind down an eventful day, you can opt for morning and evening game drives or a therapeutic African spa treatment of your choice, whether that be a massage, body wrap, facial, manicure or pedicure.
What to do: Soak in the sights and sounds of this slice of golden savannah paradise set within Hwange National Park, the largest park in Zimbabwe, through a relaxing luxurious candlelight dinner. Share this intimate moment whilst gazing over a congregation of elephants, gracefully having a drink out of the water hall a few meters away. You can also explore the renowned Hwange National Park through a selection of experiences while staying at Somalisa Camp. These include bird watching, cultural tours, and game drives.
What to do: Take an educational tour to view San Bushmen rock art which is more than hundreds of years old and learn about their extraordinary way of life. Then later enjoy a swim in the plunge pool located at the main lodge area with expansive views across the reserve. The African sunset is an occasion worth celebrating while immersed in the tranquil pool waters too. The vast African sky also comes alive in the night. Decorated by sparkling stars beckoning you to gaze upon their beauty with no distraction from pollution or city lights.
What to do: Experience African wildlife from a unique vantage point at the Private Hide thanks to the popular waterhole that attracts daily visitors to the camp, which often include elephant, giraffe, zebra, impala, waterbuck, and kudu. If you feel like venturing out, go on a private guided walking safari, spend your morning or late afternoon on a game drive or head out after dinner on a night drive to find anything out on the prowl like painted dogs coming from a kill.
What to do: Enjoy a truly exclusive wildlife experience in the world’s largest privately-owned game reserve with breath-taking safari experiences. Activities include Big Game viewing walks, nature walks, birding safaris, and tracking the rare and highly endangered Black Rhinoceros.